It's honestly really hard for me to develop a solid opinion on it. Part of me thinks that, yes, if you kill someone, you should be killed (when you do something horrible to someone, it should be done right back at you). Another part of me believes that killing the person would make you just as bad as the person you're punishing by killing. Say a man kills another man, and you're in charge of what to do with him. You're most likely thinking, "well, what this guy did was horrible. He killed another person." So, what do you do? Murder is wrong, so you're going to punish this murderer by murdering him?
There are different sides of the death penalty to look at, and it's still something that I question quite often. It's one of those things that I wouldn't be sure enough of in order to debate with others about it. I just don't know enough about it. There are so many situations and so many factors to consider. The danger of having this person alive, the morality of ending the person's life, who's the real bad guy when the death penalty is used...there's just so much to consider. It seems simple to agree with at first, but it's very complex. Just like everything else is this world, it only makes sense in the way you make sense.
I'd like to re-live the moment I decided to start going to the gym. That was about maybe 4 or 5 weeks ago. I just started yesterday. So yeah, I'd like to re-live that moment, because then I would actually start right away and be where I wanted to be today instead of still at square one. Procrastination is not your friend. I could've been Jillian Michaels by now.
If you are at the end of your life, and you can smile when you think about all of the things you experienced, then you had a great life. I can't really get more specific with it. Everyone wants something different in their life. Sometimes they experience all of the things they wanted to experience, and sometimes they experience all of the things they never thought of or expected. But in the end, it was a great life if you're happy with how it turned out.
I'd like to break my habit of caring what people think of me. Worrying too much about how I look to other people. I want to be someone who doesn't let that get to her head. It really has a bigger effect on your life than you'd think. You miss out on the things going on around you that you could be enjoying. When you worry too much about yourself, you don't get to appreciate everything else. The worst thing for me is knowing that I have gone through so much more than they have, and I still make myself feel lower than them. I still tear myself down. After everything I've learned within just the past six months, I'm still worrying about what I look like. And I'd love to forget it all and just breathe and enjoy the good things I get to do. I'm truly my own worst enemy.