Father. Academic Advisor. Musician. Writer. Aspiring licensed mental health counselor. My real name is Jesse Balogh.
I just want to love someone with all my passion Blood, sweat, tears, semen
How Do You Know When You've Found the One?
1. When you are comfortable in any setting with them. I encourage all couples who are interested in furthering their relationships toward marriage to explore lots of different types of settings before tying the knot. Spend time with your significant other's extended family. Try going to the mall together. Professional sporting events. Birthday parties. Go overseas together if you can. The more places that you are able to spend time together the better because you will be able to see how your significant other responds to his or her surroundings. Ask yourself, do I admire the way my significant other takes in the world?
3 Reasons Why I Hate the Word "Vibes"
1. It makes me think of a disease, like a gross one. I just think of the bubonic plague, leprosy, or some kind of disgusting skin rash when I say the word "vibes" aloud. Ask me why? I'm not sure exactly. I cannot fully articulate why, but it makes me think of some sickness that just won't go away. Ironically, the word "vibes" just won't go away! It just keeps popping up in many people's vocabulary in this day and age. I can just picture or hear people saying in a British accent, "Watch out! He's got a bad case of the vibes!" My skin starts to crawl when I think of this. If I'm honest, every time someone says the word "vibes," my skin just crawls in general. There are few words that cause me to react in this way. Many people seem to have a distaste for the word "moist," but that one doesn't bother me at all. I could eat moist pound cake all day and be perfectly happy! As long as no uses the word vibes while I'm eating my moist pound cake, then I'm content and my skin will not be crawling.
Compassion, coupled together, with a few other people, is a fountain of blessing. Vigor anew! Reignited. It is like a mega battery charging station for others who need empowering. We link spiritual arms, in militant battle against the enemy who continuously beats our souls down, attempting to dig premature graves. We write. We rise. Sometimes, we fall. But, we rise again, and again, until the end begins. Then we realize, the end is simply the start of a new beginning. The beginning of eternity. The eternity that has, not so secretly, been seated on the precious thrones of our hearts.