Maryam Rahimi Blogs!
I find it fascinating to be going through the very things I fought against or just never paid no attention too. I believe in women's rights now more than ever before. Two years ago, I cared, but it never moved me, never made me stand up and take actions. At 27, I'm on my feet and taking a stance.
Character, charm and warmth were never part of my thought process, I just wanted to BE. Now, I want to be surrounded by love, warmth and charisma. At 27, I feel as though I have matured too fast, too soon. I don't want to complain but I am afraid of what lays ahead of me. Will I find satisfaction in life at 40 if I've walked too fast, done too much, spoken too soon & have done it all in a short spam of time?
I am now firmly against individuals that raise their children spoiled, giving their kids luxury before it's due time. An 18 year old should not be driving a mercedes, not because he/she does not deserve it but because how will she be satisfied at 25? if you start too high, by the time your 30, there is not much else to climb or if there is, it's simply not in your power YET because it takes time. How does one understand the definition of 'it takes time' when everything was given to them before it's due time? This is a major issue wealthy children/young adults deal with. A major cause of depression.... something no one ever talks about, and unless you've lived it, you will never get it.
Let the job of having beautiful things come slowly, let it be earned as that will mean much more, bring joy that no one can take away from you as you know it's the right time for you to have it and own it. Good things in life should be experience sporadically at different periods in life, with different people throughout your journey of life. If it has all been given to you at once, what will you live for when you are by yourself?
The joy of reaching luxury and wealth ahead of time is short lived. I speak from experience, perhaps I will share with you mine one day, but not today.
"You give your children enough money to do something but not enough to do nothing." -George Clooney in The Descendants