Sixth Cloud

Ask me anything    6th cloud is place where reality and fantasy collide. A place were ordinary gets you vanished and luck is always found by those who prepare for it. Love keeps you here

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    "To smile to our pain is the wisest, the most intelligent, the most beautiful thing we can do. There is no better way."
    Thich Nhat Hanh  (via thatkindofwoman)

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    — 1 week ago with 2292 notes
    Lat year October

    I don’t like writing because writing forces to pour my heart out to a blank page that offers me no comfort and doesn’t promise that all will be okay at the end of the day. I realise that I write most when I am happy or heart broken more. I am a bit of both at the moment. 

    This year has been long to say the least. I have learned valuable lesson and grown in the past months than I think I ever did in my lifetime and I am greatful but I wished I learned them under less painful cirumstences but I wont change them.

    The first lesson in order forgiveness, a friend did something that I never figured that they would do. I had to learn to truelly forgive. I learned that people disappoint you no matter how long you have known them. With that lesson I realised that I had to stop hiding and do some soul searching. Which worke out great cause I let people in and I was surrounded by positive energy around me at my lowest point in my life.

    Second lesson was learning to be vulnerable which I also thought I was but I wasn’t it I  was very closed up. I needed to let people in in order for me to survive and get through everything still sane. Which was not fun or easy plus it came with no guarantee that people will not abuse it.

    Third lesson letting go of pride. I have pride issues always have and its not a good trait especially when you need and considering you messed up the year before so pride had to go. I cant say I am pride free but I am much better than before. 

    Fourth lesson was learning to let go. My best friend left this year with no goodbye and I haven’t been able to get hold of her since January. I knew she would leave one day but not this abruptly. I knew her for 9 years and all of the sudden I couldn’t get hold of her. I shared everything with  her and I couldn’t believe that she was gone. Then came my second loss my ex, who was my bestfriend although it was a pseudo friendship because we still love each other dearly. He made my days and kind filled the role of my bestfriend cause I always seem  to have so much to share.

    But as time went we both realized our friendship was fake and we both knew we couldn’t go back to dating too much had happened. We held on to what we used to be. We loved each other dearly at some point, at some point I couldn’t imagine life without him. So we parted and it was not nice or easy but we had to. Losing them both at the same time felt like losing my center. They had been in my life for all the great moments in my varsity life from the beginning and I envisioned spending a lifetime with them but God and life had different plans. So I had to let go of the reality I had imagined and move on. Make new friends. I am not sure I made new friends but I have increased the number of people I hang with. I learned that I use the term friend too losely.

    Fifth lesson patience. I am impatient still am and its going to be a life time of wrestling with this but I have learned to recognize when I need to be patient and try to be in those situation I am patient. This year was long and nothing went the way I wanted or when I wanted it. So i had to be patient. With patience came great results. 

    — 1 week ago
    Hello

    I haven’t been here for  almost a year and I have so much to say but time is not something I have. I missed my blog, I feel like I am drowning in my own thoughts. So this will be a summary of everything.

    A lot has happened and at this rate a lot will happen. I have grown to a lady I am proud off. If you told me that I would be who I am today a year and a half ago I would have killed you. I didn’t know what I was gonna do when a graduated and it was a mission to graduate alone. I have learnt who my real friends are and I had to say good bye to say goodbye to a lot of people. 

    I am officially a Capetonian and I love it. This city is amazing, the people inspire me. I am certain that I wanna be here for a long time.  I will always love Port Elizabeth, its home, its were I think my family is but I cant go back until serious change happen. I trust the people left behind will do something.

    I am part of the working class but I can’t really say what my job description is. I am supposed to do what a Business Analyst does but I don’t do that. I do what I love, which is working with scholars. I love education and I try to focus my attention on any projects that focus on schools but that’s not what I am paid for. I am lucky to work for a company like African Ideas and have Nirvesh as my boss cause he truly believes in my abilities and passion. He has invested in me no questions asked.

    Last week I hosted a kids conference, hosting  over 100 scholars. It was amazing and the faces and responses I received made me believe it was worth doing and I am in the right path in terms of what I want to do. I think NxtGen Coders is my proudest moment and the highlight of everything.

    A year ago I fell in love with an idiot and part of me would love to spend forever with him but he belongs to someone else and I am not dealing with it well but I am better than I was before. He is a friend in some weird day and I actually value our friendship. I am trying to open myself to the possibility of dating and I think I am ready. I just need to meet the right people.

    Thats my year. I am back and I am hoping this time I will stay.

    — 1 week ago
    "I’m still learning to love the parts of me that no one claps for."
    Rudy Francisco  (via thatkindofwoman)

    OOOH Rudy

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    "If she doesn’t scare the hell out of you a little, she’s not the one."
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    — 3 months ago with 7 notes
    educationquotes:

"The main hope of a nation lies in the proper education of its youth."
-Erasmus

    educationquotes:

    "The main hope of a nation lies in the proper education of its youth."

    -Erasmus

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    educationquotes:

"The principal goal of education is to create individuals who are capable of doing new things, not simply of repeating what other generations have done."
-Jean Piaget

    educationquotes:

    "The principal goal of education is to create individuals who are capable of doing new things, not simply of repeating what other generations have done."

    -Jean Piaget

    — 4 months ago with 12 notes
    #SOF