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We have to have somewhere in this world where we can be free. Free to do whatever we want to do, be whatever we want to, act however we feel. This I believe is one of the most essential factors on the route to self-actualisation.

No matter how rosy things may seem, we never really know how much of an adverse influence our immediate surroundings are to us, until we step out and realise that we really don't know who we are.

It is no secret that we live in a world where we're constantly being distracted by everything else. Teenagers want to become others whom they feel have everything figured out. A majority of the world is conforming to the norm in order to feel safe, completely disregarding and undermining the beauty in individuality.

If Quentin Tarantino believed that there was a mind greater than his, there would be no Pulp Fiction.

The closest we get to truly knowing who we are, are in those moments when there is no judgement.

...going on a holiday to a place where everyone is new, different, no one knows you and you feel as free as freedom itself - you can do and be whatever you want to be.

...or meeting someone on a plane, in a train, or even a taxi driver and feeling comfortable to talk to them about your life, dreams and aspirations.

You never know where inspiration could come from.


A symbol of fear, also a symbol of freedom.

One of the most beautiful creations on earth.

There is a real significance in the life cycle of these beautiful creatures.

From caterpillars trapping themselves in their cocoons, preparing themselves for their true purpose to the beauty in a butterfly, the freedom of flight whilst they pollinate the flowers and beautify the earth.

There's something so carefree and enviable about their existence that makes me want to explore the world and do everything I possibly can to make a difference whilst I live.

The greatest of things started simply as a thought.

"Nothing worth having comes easy."

What I want to ask you is:

Have you realised what your true purpose in life is yet, and how you are going to achieve it?

There's so much life to live and so little time.

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