Right now everything here in life feels impossible. It feels like only "special" people, what ever that means, can do what they want. It's really hard to understand that everyone belongs to the "special" people category. I mean, everyone has the ability to become whatever they want to be. You just got to fight for it.
I remember when I was a kid and I used to believe that the "world" was my neighbor. If we would ever go to the store, and especially when we had to take the car somewhere, that was a big deal. Because growing up I had all of my friends, all of our favorite places to hangout at and our school very nearby. Therefore I felt like that was my world. I was going to work and live with my family at the exact same location. Or at least I thought so back then.
When I grew up, took my drivers license and met another new friend who were (and still is) a lot like me, I started to realize all of the possibilities that I actually had.
This friend and I went out a lot. Driving to different cities. Traveling. We had so much fun and I realized that I've been kind of like a prisoner in my own town. Now, this might be worth adding to the content, I have always lived in the same (boring, shitty and worthless) town. It's a very small one, where everyone knows everyone. If you walk to the store you'll recognize 98% of the costumers and workers there.
I started thinking about my life and what I could actually do. How much I could discover, just if I wanted to. I have the whole world left to see, so I can't just live in my own neighbor forever. This city is a safe place to grow up but it's nothing for me anymore. I only live once, and I want to see the world with my own eyes and not only through pictures or videos or movies. I wanna be there too.
I am going to travel. After school and maybe further studies my goal is to travel. Around the whole world. Because just watch me.