The life changing magic of “I don’t know”!

So I just watched the last vlogbrothers video which ended with John Green being weirdly excited about being able to use “I don’t know” and it got me thinking how we spend our whole lives thinking we should know everything and feeling less than others that know more and getting frustrated by that. And how much better it would be if we knew everything… Yeah right, I’m kidding – knowing everything wuld be hell. But being able to say “I don’t know” gives you the freedom to ask for answers, help, to learn new things and even to add the magical phrase “and I don’t care” after it sometimes.

There are some of the things I don’t know:

  • I don’t know how long I’ll stick to writting this blog but I love it so far
  • I don’t know why I find my friends so annoying lately
  • I don’t know if I’ll go to lectures tomorrow
  • I don’t know which is the double letter in “tomorrow” so I have to google it basicly every time but I get it right more often than not
  • I don’t know why people all around the world are dying from easily preventable causes
  • I don’t know why I’m never on time but I keep trying and someday I’ll get it right
  • I don’t know should I right I don’t know in the start of every sentense or it’s getting annoying for you too read
  • I don’t know why every guy I like doesn’t like me back
  • I don’t know if Umbridge is Trump’s magical sister but it sure looks like it 😀
  • I don’t know why people are suffering.
  • Why I feel so inadequate so much of the time
  • I don’t know if everyone else feels the same way
  • I don’t know how I can change the world
  • I don’t know what color the ocean is
  • and I’m doing this right?

… and many many more!

Thank you for taking the time to read this and feel free to add the stuff you don’t know!




A lot of random questions in this one

Life is still a mess but it doesn’t mean it is not a happy one! I’ve had a great day after a few more than mediocre days involving a lot of school work (that turned out to be quite pointless). The weather is getting warmer, the snow is almost melted, the sun is shining. It is one of those days that generally require a lot of determinationn to be grumpy.

Honestly, now that I sat down to write about it, it turns out nothing that great happened to describe or to make the day especially great but I’m guessing it’s always harder to share happy feelings, comes with a type of guilt for me. Why am I so happy? Does anybody care really care if I am? And for sure the people who really care are not found on different social platforms, so there comes the why again. You know how little children always want to know “Why?” and it get’s annoying because I lot of the times we don’t know all the answers and this makes us feel inadequate, or even if you answer the next “Why?” comes right after and it can go on forever? And how when you grow up you start to notice this annoyance in people or are flat out told to shut up and stop asking? And we stop asking as much. That’s excatly how I feel. I need answers and it’s not appropriate to ask for them, or is too late and the answers won’t change anything or I am the one that simply doesn’t care about the answers anymore. Questions are a funny thing, always bumping around our heads, waiking us in the middle of the night, crushing us during the day. Am I doing this right? Are the other people really doing better than me? Is this really what I want to be doing for the rest of my life? Does he like me? Am I the only one that feels this way? Where does it stop?

Well this post stops here with a reminder that small stuff that are really big stuff actually are what makes us happy! Enjoy the sunshine every chance you get