Why do you hide?
You say, “I’m such a mistake.”
Who told you that lie?
You just went and cried.
I asked why you were a mistake.
You named everything you didn’t possess,
So I told you being true was better than being fake.
But still you chased worldly success.
I wondered why money would fix you.
“Then I could have everything,” you reprove.
But you’re lying, your words aren’t true:
Money can’t buy you love.
I asked you if you wanted to be content.
“Yes,” you said, in awe.
So I told you how to live without regret:
Just be who you are.
Stop chasing money.
Daily Tip: Find some good reads and sit down. It’ll make your day.
So I recently checked out the top five books on the New York Times Bestselling list in the YA section (for the week of May 18, 2014) they go as follows: The Fault in Our Stars (John Green), The Book Thief (Markus Zusak), Looking For Alaska (John Green), Paper Towns (John Green) and Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children (Ransom Riggs).
Also, if you like a different flare of book. Try the following: Even Now (Karen Kingsbury), A Mother’s Secret (Amy Clipston), Bridge to Haven (Francine Rivers), Black (Ted DeKker), Carolina Gold (Dorothy Love).
There are always classics too… never forget them!
But, either way, go and find a good read. Sit down and pick up a small book so that you can expand into your big world…