Inherent Indecisiveness

Halfway in every direction.

(Source: theoceanbre-eze, via asian)

Feel Good



A week from now, I’ll have finished my time at Alvin Ailey. Hopefully, this eventual end is only temporary.

Beyond pleased to say that I will be returning to Ailey next year. I still cannot believe that I am blessed with such a wonderful opportunity to study, live and dance in New York City. This is what I’ve wanted for so long, and it’s finally becoming a reality. 

I like dance. 
I wanna dance.
I’ll dance in college.
Wait, I’m not good enough for dance in college.
Maybe I should pursue something else. 
I don’t mind social sciences.
I like writing.
I love intelligent conversation.
I want to help people.
I should pursue academics.
I’ll get bored.
I can’t leave dance.
Can I do both?
I don’t need to be famous.
I can dance for a small company.
And maybe do something else.
What else can I do?
I just need to be happy.
And not starve.
How do I achieve that?

This is the vicious circle I get into with myself at least once a week.