Being Perfectly Dysfunctional

19 06 2011

Okay, so I’m trying to get through life like everybody else out there. I sometimes wish there was a book on how I’m supposed to get the right education, find the right girl, make my family happy, make myself happy, find the right career path…it can be a bit overwhelming.

Life is about learning and loving,  making friends and making memories. Nobody told me it was going to be hard growing up but nobody told me it would be easy either. It took me awhile to realize perfection is a myth and doesn’t really exist. And all that time trying to be perfect is wasted because you’re never happy until you achieve something that doesn’t exist. It took me awhile to realize the importance of balance. With everything. That has become my newest motto. It took all of my experiences and relationships to grow up into who I am becoming now. And that means a lot of wrong turns down bumpy roads, a lot of free-styling in uncharted territories, and lots of mistakes that I desperately search for the lessons learned from making them.

What I’ve learned so far is that I want to lead my life by example. I want more kindness and compassion and understanding and equality. A good balance. It’s okay to be dysfunctional. As long as you’re the best at it!




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