Life is a Game

Life truly is a game. But what some haven't figure out yet, is that the one who wins isn't the one who leaves here with the most money and things. The one who wins the "game" is the one who leaves here with the most love. It's not how much money you have in the bank, it's how many smiles you put on other's faces. It's not how many things you've managed to acquire, it's how many things have you given to someone in need. In the end, we came here with only love and we leave here with only love. So, the question is, how much love will you take with you when you go? KJ @ KJ-isms


Hindsight is 20-20

One day you wake up and you realize that life is really short. That all the petty jealousy and hurts you felt were nothing, compared to what you've lost with people you really love. Wisdom will come and you will realize that "who said what", "who was to blame" and "who should apologize first" won't mean a thing. Because time ran out and all the time spent with resentment was wasted, when it could have been spent loving, caring and cherishing instead. They say hindsight is 20/20, but it is a real shame we have to go so long before we look back and see clearly.   KJ @ KJ-isms 2016

Stepping Away

I grew up believing that what others thought was more important than what I thought and lived a good part of my early life trying to please everyone and really, only disappointing myself. I've learned from experience, that if I don't want to be judged for what I choose to do, I cannot judge others for what they choose to do. It is when we step away from what we "think" is right, that we really see what IS right. KJ @ KJ-isms  2016


Love is letting go

If you love somebody, let them go, if they return, they are yours. If they don't return, they were never really yours in the first place. Love isn't a process of holding so tight we cannot lose someone. Love is a process of letting go and finding out who wants to stay. Love isn't a need for another, love is a desire for another.   KJ @ KJ-isms  2017

Love is

Some people have said to me that loving is hard work. I have to disagree. Loving another person is easy. It's not hard at all. All it really takes is a genuine caring for the other person, where that person's wellbeing and feelings are a priority to you. When you care more about that other person than you care about yourself, that's love. When you care for them no matter what issues they have or what they do, well... that is unconditional love. And honestly, if you are caring more about their feelings than your own and they are caring more about your feelings than their own, well that's true love and a wonderfully easy relationship. Relationships and love become hard when we are more concerned about what we are getting out of it and that's not what real love is.

Love isn't about what you get, it's about what you give. KJ @ KJ-isms 2017

What we Leave Behind

All we leave behind us when we go, is what we have lovingly given away. Never be afraid to give, even when you believe you don't have it to give. Give anyway. We take nothing with us in the end, so what we give, is how we leave our mark. Leave a loving, generous and kind mark on the world. KJ @ KJ-isms 2017


Education leads to understanding. Understanding leads to tolerance. Tolerance leads to acceptance.  KJ 

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