Thursday, August 28, 2014

Just saying

How beautiful is this?

One thing I've learned throughout my soon 35 years on this planet, is that you can't seek others acknowledgement. The ones who constantly do, is seldom the most interesting and inspiring people out there. It's the ones who think themselves, who doesn't just follow who are the mentors for me. I love versatility among us. I love people who do their own things without any consideration to fit in or who wants to be like everyone else. Power is to be who you are, go your own way and do your own thing. But always with a kinds heart towards other.



15 comments:

  1. Wise words! It's very hard to find women who are real. Most of them just want to fit into society. I wish for a friend with character and own opinion. If there is anybody form Stuttgart, Germany reading this and having the same thoughts, please reply :-)

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    1. I have been a fan of Stinas amazing blog since three years, and I live 100km away from you.
      Greetings from Ulm to Stuttgart :-)))

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    2. I am actually from Stuttgart, Gemany

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    3. And I'm actually from Ulm, Germany ;-)

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    4. Pretty cool! We could meet for a Stina fan party =)

      Regards
      Natalie

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  2. Live and let live has always been my motto. The world is a far more interesting place with lots of variety in it!
    Also, I have learned from experience that people who are happy and satisfied with their own lives has absolutely no need for critizizing others.

    Wish u a splendid thursday, u beautiful woman! <3

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  3. You are such a clever, intelligent and hearted person Stina that I only can say you bravo for this comment you made.

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  4. This is from Joan Crowford !

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  5. Joan Crawford? Prove it please

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  6. Interview 1937, Los Angeles Times !

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  7. Fairly easy to find online, it's from an interview in LA Times. What a stunning, clever woman she was. Truly the best mix. Best regards, Celia

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    1. no, she was a very cold and strict, aggressive mother...her adoptive children were afraid of her

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    2. Mothering skills have nothing to do with whether you are stunning or smart. Her family situation is really not my problem or for me to judge. Regards, Celia

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  8. How true you are! When you realize that you do things for you rather than anyone else, everything becomes so much easier. One of the better aspects of getting older I think. Regards/ Celia

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