I’ve always been one to be impulsive and I’ll admit, it has brought me pain and trouble but a lot of times, being impulsive and going for it has gotten me somewhere, something, someone and of course a lot of stories to tell my friends. Don’t let doubts keep you for going for what you want, just remember to be considerate of others feelings. Appreciate the people you have around at this time, do crazy things, have deep conversations and enjoy the time you have before your career starts becoming the center of your focus. I bet, one day when I will be dozing off at work, I’ll remember that night I dared a friend to dare me to jump from one podium to another and the result was a very bloody face, I still have a little scar, almost non existent but I still remember that reckless fearlessness attitude that made part of who I am today and the little exhilarating moments of being “young and wild and free”.
“I went from having a stutter to being a totally gay little opera singer to being, like, a really confused queer adolescent. Getting socially outcast can be the best and most informative thing that can ever happen to you because you have to learn who you are separate from the pack.” -Ezra Miller in Out Magazine