“If I say Imma do something, I do it!”

Okay so apart from rekindling my obsession with ‘Not Afraid’ by Eminem recently, a thought just sparked in my head as I forced myself to stay awake reading from my Property Law pack.

In a case where there had not been any signed agreement between two parties, I found it interesting how the court still felt the need to prevent the unconscionability of letting the defendants go back on their word. Although it did kinda make my understanding a bit messy (yet AGAIN, as this degree loves to do to me :D), I admire the fact that the courts recognise the power in our words.

It’s something that is so easy to forget.

I’d like to think I’m an honest person, or at least I try to be. But it is so easy to say: “I want to do this” or “I need to do this at some point” and then 5 years later, these aspirations are still left in the dark. I won’t deny it, I’m a dreamer – possibly the biggest one I know. I find myself lost in deep thought about how I plan to live out my 20s, or places I want to travel to, experiences I want to have.

However, I always always forget that in order to make these dreams come true, I have to put in the work. I have to actively move towards making my words a reality.

I love hearing stories about how various people planned to be something or do something and are now seeing the fruit of their labour:

 

This is what motivates me to be better, to work harder and to do everything I can to make sure my words do not escape into oblivion but rather are exercised right infront of me.

 

What are your dreams?

 

Peace & Love,

 

T

 

xx

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