Our world has an uncanny fascination with endings. We watch a two hour movie through the end, always holding the way it ends to be the determinant of how good or bad the entire movie was. The ending always dictates the entirety.
Couldn't be more true. Exist for yourself. Be the best version of yourself that you can be and then things fall into place. Don't exist for someone else. Always be yourself and always be true to yourself.
Dust If You Must A poem written by Rose Milligan of Lancaster, Lancashire, England. The poem was first published in the September - edition of The Lady (magazine) in It is usually attributed to either "Unknown" or "Anon".