Are
Are

Are

Was
Was

Was

Pulled
Pulled

Pulled

Im Mr Lonely
Im Mr Lonely

Im Mr Lonely

I Seen
I Seen

I Seen

The
The

The

I Seen It
I Seen It

I Seen It

Not
Not

Not

That
That

That

Actually
Actually

Actually

🔥 | Latest

Beautiful, Life, and School: flowersinbonecages: 19 delete edit You're pathetic. Please kill yourself Anonymous The other day I was very seriously contemplating suicide. Had I received a message like this then, I legitimately believe I would have attempted to take my own life. Unfortunately for you, two days ago a littie boy saved me. I didn't even know him -yet as we passed each other he said I was beautiful and deserved to live. Just like that. As tumbir becomes more populated, the amount of times I see hate on my dash is becoming more frequent. Often after my initial fury at seeing the cruel message dies down, I wonder what it is in the anonymous' life that has made them so bitter, heartless and cold, that they feel compelled to tell someone that they are not beautiful or are undeserving of life. I have failed to think of anything. I can find no reasons for such inhumanity. 3 weeks ago, a 13 year old girl from my town committed suicide because she was being bullied. The amount of people it affected is astounding. Her father is going to walk her down the aisle in a coffin as oppose to a beautiful white wedding dress. He's probably going to cry himself to sleep tonight like he has done since she she died. He still remembers holding her the day she was born and promising to protect her no matter what. Her mum is never going to teach her how to put her new born baby to sleep. She is never going to have a first kiss. Have sex. Travel the world. Feel the rush of relief when she finishes her final exam. Turn eighteen. Have a baby. Feel anxious when her child goes to school for the first time. Someone murdered her with their words. Someone like you. I'm naive to think you will never send hate again, but please learn two things from my response. 1. t takes a few kind words to save someones life. 2. It takes a few cruel words to take someones life. VIA THEMETAPICTURE.COM epicjohndoe: Such A Beautiful Thought
Beautiful, Life, and School: flowersinbonecages:
 19 delete edit
 You're pathetic. Please kill yourself
 Anonymous
 The other day I was very seriously contemplating suicide. Had I received a
 message like this then, I legitimately believe I would have attempted to take my
 own life. Unfortunately for you, two days ago a littie boy saved me. I didn't
 even know him -yet as we passed each other he said I was beautiful and
 deserved to live. Just like that.
 As tumbir becomes more populated, the amount of times I see hate on my
 dash is becoming more frequent. Often after my initial fury at seeing the cruel
 message dies down, I wonder what it is in the anonymous' life that has made
 them so bitter, heartless and cold, that they feel compelled to tell someone
 that they are not beautiful or are undeserving of life. I have failed to think of
 anything. I can find no reasons for such inhumanity.
 3 weeks ago, a 13 year old girl from my town committed suicide because she
 was being bullied. The amount of people it affected is astounding. Her father
 is going to walk her down the aisle in a coffin as oppose to a beautiful white
 wedding dress. He's probably going to cry himself to sleep tonight like he has
 done since she she died. He still remembers holding her the day she was
 born and promising to protect her no matter what.
 Her mum is never going to teach her how to put her new born baby to sleep.
 She is never going to have a first kiss. Have sex. Travel the world. Feel the
 rush of relief when she finishes her final exam. Turn eighteen. Have a baby.
 Feel anxious when her child goes to school for the first time.
 Someone murdered her with their words. Someone like you.
 I'm naive to think you will never send hate again, but please learn two things
 from my response.
 1. t takes a few kind words to save someones life.
 2. It takes a few cruel words to take someones life.
 VIA THEMETAPICTURE.COM
epicjohndoe:

Such A Beautiful Thought

epicjohndoe: Such A Beautiful Thought

Chicago, Dad, and Friends: Eileen Webb @webmeadow Here's a true story about my dad. whenl was little, we were on a beach in Oregon and he found a message in a bottle. The note contained an address, with a plea in a young boy's handwriting to senda postcard and let him know how far the bottle had traveled 6:11 PM- Jan 9, 2019 Twitter Web Client 3.8K Retweets 2.8KLikes Eileen Webb @webmeadow 20h Replying to @webmeadow It had very clearly been thrown in the ocean from the nearby crab docks. It probably traveled a whopping 1/2 mile before washing up in the sand. He decided to wait until we got back to California to send the postcard, so it would seem like the bottle floated all the way south. 3 t 39 O 1.1K Eileen Webb @webmeadow 20h The postcard ended by saying "I threw the bottle back in the ocean for someone else to find!" Then he shared the address with his brother, who sent a similar postcard from Seattle a few weeks later. His postcard ended the same way L 26 O 1.1K Eileen Webb @webmeadow 20h They did this for DECADES, sending postcards to this kid from all the places they traveled, always saying they were throwing the bottle back in the water. Mexico, Alaska, Boston, Florida, London! "I found it in the Thames!" 2 th 36 1.4K Eileen Webb @webmeadow 20h Sometimes he'd recruit friends, so that the handwriting didn't always match. He sent that kid postcards from Chicago, from Paris, from landlocked towns in Wisconsin and Oklahoma. He kept the address in his wallet, though it didn't really matter because he'd memorized it long ago 2 th 26 1.4K Eileen Webb @webmeadow 20h Somewhere out there a grown man from Tacoma has hundreds of postcards in my dad's scratchy handwriting. If there was a way he could do a good deed *while also being slightly mischievous*, he was all in. That's the kind of guy he was 112 O 6.3K I threw it back into the ocean
Chicago, Dad, and Friends: Eileen Webb
 @webmeadow
 Here's a true story about my dad. whenl
 was little, we were on a beach in Oregon
 and he found a message in a bottle.
 The note contained an address, with a plea
 in a young boy's handwriting to senda
 postcard and let him know how far the
 bottle had traveled
 6:11 PM- Jan 9, 2019 Twitter Web Client
 3.8K Retweets 2.8KLikes
 Eileen Webb @webmeadow 20h
 Replying to @webmeadow
 It had very clearly been thrown in the ocean from
 the nearby crab docks. It probably traveled a
 whopping 1/2 mile before washing up in the sand.
 He decided to wait until we got back to California to
 send the postcard, so it would seem like the bottle
 floated all the way south.
 3
 t 39
 O 1.1K
 Eileen Webb @webmeadow 20h
 The postcard ended by saying "I threw the bottle
 back in the ocean for someone else to find!"
 Then he shared the address with his brother, who
 sent a similar postcard from Seattle a few weeks
 later. His postcard ended the same way
 L 26
 O 1.1K
 Eileen Webb @webmeadow 20h
 They did this for DECADES, sending postcards to
 this kid from all the places they traveled, always
 saying they were throwing the bottle back in the
 water. Mexico, Alaska, Boston, Florida, London! "I
 found it in the Thames!"
 2
 th 36
 1.4K
 Eileen Webb @webmeadow 20h
 Sometimes he'd recruit friends, so that the
 handwriting didn't always match. He sent that kid
 postcards from Chicago, from Paris, from landlocked
 towns in Wisconsin and Oklahoma. He kept the
 address in his wallet, though it didn't really matter
 because he'd memorized it long ago
 2
 th 26
 1.4K
 Eileen Webb @webmeadow 20h
 Somewhere out there a grown man from Tacoma has
 hundreds of postcards in my dad's scratchy
 handwriting. If there was a way he could do a good
 deed *while also being slightly mischievous*, he was
 all in. That's the kind of guy he was
 112
 O 6.3K
I threw it back into the ocean

I threw it back into the ocean

Chicago, Dad, and Friends: Eileen Webb @webmeadow Here's a true story about my dad. whenl was little, we were on a beach in Oregon and he found a message in a bottle. The note contained an address, with a plea in a young boy's handwriting to senda postcard and let him know how far the bottle had traveled 6:11 PM- Jan 9, 2019 Twitter Web Client 3.8K Retweets 2.8KLikes Eileen Webb @webmeadow 20h Replying to @webmeadow It had very clearly been thrown in the ocean from the nearby crab docks. It probably traveled a whopping 1/2 mile before washing up in the sand. He decided to wait until we got back to California to send the postcard, so it would seem like the bottle floated all the way south. 3 t 39 O 1.1K Eileen Webb @webmeadow 20h The postcard ended by saying "I threw the bottle back in the ocean for someone else to find!" Then he shared the address with his brother, who sent a similar postcard from Seattle a few weeks later. His postcard ended the same way L 26 O 1.1K Eileen Webb @webmeadow 20h They did this for DECADES, sending postcards to this kid from all the places they traveled, always saying they were throwing the bottle back in the water. Mexico, Alaska, Boston, Florida, London! "I found it in the Thames!" 2 th 36 1.4K Eileen Webb @webmeadow 20h Sometimes he'd recruit friends, so that the handwriting didn't always match. He sent that kid postcards from Chicago, from Paris, from landlocked towns in Wisconsin and Oklahoma. He kept the address in his wallet, though it didn't really matter because he'd memorized it long ago 2 th 26 1.4K Eileen Webb @webmeadow 20h Somewhere out there a grown man from Tacoma has hundreds of postcards in my dad's scratchy handwriting. If there was a way he could do a good deed *while also being slightly mischievous*, he was all in. That's the kind of guy he was 112 O 6.3K I threw it back into the ocean via /r/wholesomememes http://bit.ly/2FnD4Hi
Chicago, Dad, and Friends: Eileen Webb
 @webmeadow
 Here's a true story about my dad. whenl
 was little, we were on a beach in Oregon
 and he found a message in a bottle.
 The note contained an address, with a plea
 in a young boy's handwriting to senda
 postcard and let him know how far the
 bottle had traveled
 6:11 PM- Jan 9, 2019 Twitter Web Client
 3.8K Retweets 2.8KLikes
 Eileen Webb @webmeadow 20h
 Replying to @webmeadow
 It had very clearly been thrown in the ocean from
 the nearby crab docks. It probably traveled a
 whopping 1/2 mile before washing up in the sand.
 He decided to wait until we got back to California to
 send the postcard, so it would seem like the bottle
 floated all the way south.
 3
 t 39
 O 1.1K
 Eileen Webb @webmeadow 20h
 The postcard ended by saying "I threw the bottle
 back in the ocean for someone else to find!"
 Then he shared the address with his brother, who
 sent a similar postcard from Seattle a few weeks
 later. His postcard ended the same way
 L 26
 O 1.1K
 Eileen Webb @webmeadow 20h
 They did this for DECADES, sending postcards to
 this kid from all the places they traveled, always
 saying they were throwing the bottle back in the
 water. Mexico, Alaska, Boston, Florida, London! "I
 found it in the Thames!"
 2
 th 36
 1.4K
 Eileen Webb @webmeadow 20h
 Sometimes he'd recruit friends, so that the
 handwriting didn't always match. He sent that kid
 postcards from Chicago, from Paris, from landlocked
 towns in Wisconsin and Oklahoma. He kept the
 address in his wallet, though it didn't really matter
 because he'd memorized it long ago
 2
 th 26
 1.4K
 Eileen Webb @webmeadow 20h
 Somewhere out there a grown man from Tacoma has
 hundreds of postcards in my dad's scratchy
 handwriting. If there was a way he could do a good
 deed *while also being slightly mischievous*, he was
 all in. That's the kind of guy he was
 112
 O 6.3K
I threw it back into the ocean via /r/wholesomememes http://bit.ly/2FnD4Hi

I threw it back into the ocean via /r/wholesomememes http://bit.ly/2FnD4Hi