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Breaking: Donald Trump to sing on next Coldplay album.

In last night's victory speech, Trump assured would do everything to "make Coldplay great again".

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Sorry, but sometimes the reality is too stupid to be taken seriously. Jokes aside now, what remains ? Here's my opinion. America has made itself ridiculous in the eyes of the world. Look what a disgusting person Trump has shown himself as in every respect, who is gonna take him seriously or have an ounce of respect towards him ? Because Trump is a liar, he hopefully won't do half of the things he said pre-election.
And hopefully this will be a wake-up call to the American Democrats to try and find out what's wrong with the system and ask themselves if a major shift in policy wouldn't be due. Because one of the downfalls of Clinton was that many people of the left could not support her despite the awfulness of her opponent because she clearly was a candidate close to the big corporations, with an air of corruption and dishonesty around her, and she gave the impression in the debates with all her harsh rhetoric towards multiple countries that she wouldn't hesitate to set the Middle East on fire militarically to please her friends in the arms industries, for example by going into direct confrontation with Russia instead of sitting together with other countries and discuss what to do against the real threat in this area, ISIS. She is a falcon, not a peace dove. (Not saying Trump isn't any of that, but lets face it, Clinton didn't get the support she needed in the left-leaning part of the population, or she would have defeated Trump, and there's a reason for that)
Of course, it is the poorest and structurally disfavored Americans that have chosen the real bad lot here. More racism, more discrimination against minorities, more deportations of immigrants, more police violence against blacks, less to none medical insurance or any kind of social services, the poverty gap is gonna widen tremendously, and more people will randomly get their heads blown off due to unlimited gun violence. America is the real loser of this election.
 

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Breaking: Donald Trump to sing on next Coldplay album.

In last night's victory speech, Trump assured would do everything to "make Coldplay great again".

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Sorry, but sometimes the reality is too stupid to be taken seriously. Jokes aside now, what remains ? Here's my opinion. America has made itself ridiculous in the eyes of the world. Look what a disgusting person Trump has shown himself as in every respect, who is gonna take him seriously or have an ounce of respect towards him ? Because Trump is a liar, he hopefully won't do half of the things he said pre-election.
And hopefully this will be a wake-up call to the American Democrats to try and find out what's wrong with the system and ask themselves if a major shift in policy wouldn't be due. Because one of the downfalls of Clinton was that many people of the left could not support her despite the awfulness of her opponent because she clearly was a candidate close to the big corporations, with an air of corruption and dishonesty around her, and she gave the impression in the debates with all her harsh rhetoric towards multiple countries that she wouldn't hesitate to set the Middle East on fire militarically to please her friends in the arms industries, for example by going into direct confrontation with Russia instead of sitting together with other countries and discuss what to do against the real threat in this area, ISIS. She is a falcon, not a peace dove. (Not saying Trump isn't any of that, but lets face it, Clinton didn't get the support she needed in the left-leaning part of the population, or she would have defeated Trump, and there's a reason for that)
Of course, it is the poorest and structurally disfavored Americans that have chosen the real bad lot here. More racism, more discrimination against minorities, more deportations of immigrants, more police violence against blacks, less to none medical insurance or any kind of social services, the poverty gap is gonna widen tremendously, and more people will randomly get their heads blown off due to unlimited gun violence. America is the real loser of this election.
I'm done with this world right now tbh. First Brexit, now this. I just don't get how humanity still can't understand that there's no point in hating each other. We all live on this same planet, we're all humans, why would we fight against each other just because someone is a bit different in some way?? It seems like we're never getting anywhere. Every time I think great things are happening and we're making a step forward my hopes get crashed. Obviously Clinton wasn't a good option either but anything is better than Trump. I don't know what exactly this will mean for our future but even though I'm not from the US I'm really scared.

But I don't want to loose hope. I know there are so many people who want to live together peacefully, no matter where they're from or what they look like or what their believes are whatever. We can't give up. And the least thing everyone can do is to be kind to each other. That's where it all starts imo.
 

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Yes, it's more important than ever today to speak up for equality and against racism, for peace and against wars, for love and against hate, for justice and against oppression. Come on raise this noise, for the million(s) people who got not one voice !!
 

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Breaking: Donald Trump to sing on next Coldplay album.

In last night's victory speech, Trump assured would do everything to "make Coldplay great again".
that joke was the only thing this morning that has actually made me laugh, so thank you :lol:

I'm done with this world right now tbh. First Brexit, now this. I just don't get how humanity still can't understand that there's no point in hating each other. We all live on this same planet, we're all humans, why would we fight against each other just because someone is a bit different in some way?? It seems like we're never getting anywhere. Every time I think great things are happening and we're making a step forward my hopes get crashed. Obviously Clinton wasn't a good option either but anything is better than Trump. I don't know what exactly this will mean for our future but even though I'm not from the US I'm really scared.

But I don't want to loose hope. I know there are so many people who want to live together peacefully, no matter where they're from or what they look like or what their believes are whatever. We can't give up. And the least thing everyone can do is to be kind to each other. That's where it all starts imo.
i'll be real honest here - it's not humanity that can't understand. it's white people. for some reason WE can't understand, especially in the US. of course there were people from minority groups who voted for Trump, but polls were showing that an overwhelming majority of college-educated white citizens voted for him. that was not what people expected.

this is of course a setback but i think we'll come out the other end of it OK. not great, but OK.
 

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i'll be real honest here - it's not humanity that can't understand. it's white people. for some reason WE can't understand, especially in the US. of course there were people from minority groups who voted for Trump, but polls were showing that an overwhelming majority of college-educated white citizens voted for him. that was not what people expected.

this is of course a setback but i think we'll come out the other end of it OK. not great, but OK.
Well, I wasn't only taking about trump but also about all the other terrible things that have been happening recently or generally the attitude many people seem to have.
But of course, only looking at these elections I can't understand either how so many people could have voted for him either.

But you're right, I think/hope it'll be okay somehow.
 

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There are many reasons why so many people voted for him. Michael Moore did a documentary called Trumpland that aimed to warn people about the real possibility of him being president, so I won't bore you with those details. I too can only hope that he won't do some of the things that he said, for example, default on the national debt, which would completely destroy the US dollar. For me, a big bummer is that nothing will be done to combat climate change. To be fair, I don't think that Clinton would do much better in this area, but I do hope that we can at least do something at the state level about this because, really, this is not something that will wait until we get our act together.
On the (maybe) positive note, I can only hope that he won't be as militaristic in his approach to other countries, and that's a big plus imho, if indeed he really doesn't have his hands tied by billionaire donors. But, once again, one can only hope. Also, one can only hope that the Democratic Party (and the media) will wake up and get their act together and choose their candidate wisely in the future. If Bernie Sanders was the Democratic nominee, the election would have been drastically different.
Also I agree with Brooke: although this is a setback, we're gonna get it, get it together somehow.
 

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I've just realised that I told a friend we can meet on November 19, I'll miss Coldplay at global citizen! This week has been so difficult that I've forgotten so many important things, not just about Coldplay but about things related to my family, school and friends. My mood has been a little bit down for so many reasons. At the same time I have this feeling of not wanting to feel this way. I try to cheer myself up thinking on the amazing things I have in my life. But, this feeling always came back. Maybe you know me as someone who always tries to be positive, but this time I fail to do so. Perhaps that's why it makes me feel a little bit frustrated about everything around me. Anyways I want to share with you something I wrote somewhere else and that I will read from time to time to remind myself to never give up. Sometimes I believe I write things for someone else, but maybe I write those things for myself:

It was a weird week. On Monday I had this feeling I can't describe, maybe I was angry or sad, I don't know. On Thursday I was expecting something good, but that didn't happen. Or at least not on the way I wanted that to happen. I saw the world divided but all united for one purpose: we all want change. However, we need to start looking for the right answer instead of choosing a desperate way to make things work. I'm sure there are different forms to help the world be a better one because I've seen lots of people being so kind and understanding. I've seen people making some change through love. I have faith in humanity. Thousands of people supporting those who are around them, it doesn't matter their gender, social status, skin color, they just want to listen to what they have to say.
In difficult times it's too hard to find positivity. But I ask you to be grateful for what you have on your life, family, friends, a home, a flower because there are people who doesn't have that. You can help others by being kind to each other, supporting others, doing your best at school or work. I won't give up and I don't want you to give up.
 

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This opinion is likely to be pretty unpopular on this board and seemingly in the music industry altogether, but I was hoping throughout the entire electoral season that Coldplay would not endorse or speak politically. I cannot stand when entertainers become political, and to me, their opinions on that subject matter couldn't be any less welcome. I love Coldplay pretty much more than anything, and I know that in the back of my mind we probably have incredibly different views on politics, but I just prefer it to not even come up because it will leave a bitter taste in my mouth. Yes, I respect other viewpoints, but entertainers should as well -- in fact they should just not say anything regarding politics and stick to promoting their music if they are to say anything, or talk about the charities they support.

I tend to be more liberal on subjects such as marijuana legalization, gay marriage, etc, but I am extremely conservative when it comes to fiscal policy, government spending and programs, border protection and foreign policy. I am so fucking tired of this narrative that Trump is pretty much Satan, which is being spewed by mass media because the media didn't get what it wanted. Trump is far from a perfect candidate, but Clinton is the definition of a criminal, and by all accounts if she weren't married to Bill, she would be in prison. Clinton is also the definition of a shady two-faced politician, and if her track record as Secretary of State is anything to go on, a Clinton presidency would be disastrous. After the scandals she has been involved in with the Clinton Foundation, and the private server, as well as her failed foreign policy, how could any American in his or her sane mind actually think she is a viable candidate and vote for her? It's beggar's belief.

Trump has a big mouth and says things he shouldn't. I'd imagine he will tone this down. The media tried so, so, so hard to paint him as a wild, out of control maniac, but I just don't buy it, and clearly neither do many Americans.

He's egotistical, he is arrogant, he is a loud mouth, but he speaks his mind and tells it like it is -- something politicians are terrified to do. We've had eight years of a "nice guy" president that was supposed to unite the country and bring it back from the awful, despicable Satanist Republicans and all we have to show for it is 0% interest rates, a sputtering economy that has never found its footing, ObamaCare which is on the brink of failure, and a country that is as divided as it ever has been. Obama was supposed to be the key to ending division and would most certainly pump the economy back to life. It hasn't happened, and for his first term he had a control of the house and senate to put through pretty much anything he wanted.

To think that Trump, who can't be blamed for ANY of the past eight years or the current state of the country, can do worse or is somehow responsible for this charlie foxtrot is absolutely asinine and the narrative that the mainstream media would love for the every day American to believe.

I am sure this post will rub plenty on this forum the wrong way, but this is my opinion, this is what I believe, and you can flame me all you want, but I'll still respect others opinions, and Viva Coldplay.
 
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This opinion is likely to be pretty unpopular on this board and seemingly in the music industry altogether, but I was hoping throughout the entire electoral season that Coldplay would not endorse or speak politically. I cannot stand when entertainers become political, and to me, their opinions on that subject matter couldn't be any less welcome. I love Coldplay pretty much more than anything, and I know that in the back of my mind we probably have incredibly different views on politics, but I just prefer it to not even come up because it will leave a bitter taste in my mouth. Yes, I respect other viewpoints, but entertainers should as well -- in fact they should just not say anything regarding politics and stick to promoting their music if they are to say anything, or talk about the charities they support.

I tend to be more liberal on subjects such as marijuana legalization, gay marriage, etc, but I am extremely conservative when it comes to fiscal policy, government spending and programs, border protection and foreign policy. I am so fucking tired of this narrative that Trump is pretty much Satan, which is being spewed by mass media because the media didn't get what it wanted. Trump is far from a perfect candidate, but Clinton is the definition of a criminal, and by all accounts if she weren't married to Bill, she would be in prison. Clinton is also the definition of a shady two-faced politician, and if her track record as Secretary of State is anything to go on, a Clinton presidency would be disastrous. After the scandals she has been involved in with the Clinton Foundation, and the private server, as well as her failed foreign policy, how could any American in his or her sane mind actually think she is a viable candidate and vote for her? It's beggar's belief.

Trump has a big mouth and says things he shouldn't. I'd imagine he will tone this down. The media tried so, so, so hard to paint him as a wild, out of control maniac, but I just don't buy it, and clearly neither do many Americans.

He's egotistical, he is arrogant, he is a loud mouth, but he speaks his mind and tells it like it is -- something politicians are terrified to do. We've had eight years of a "nice guy" president that was supposed to unite the country and bring it back from the awful, despicable Satanist Republicans and all we have to show for it is 0% interest rates, a sputtering economy that has never found its footing, ObamaCare which is on the brink of failure, and a country that is as divided as it ever has been. Obama was supposed to be the key to ending division and would most certainly pump the economy back to life. It hasn't happened, and for his first term he had a control of the house and senate to put through pretty much anything he wanted.

To think that Trump, who can't be blamed for ANY of the past eight years or the current state of the country, can do worse or is somehow responsible for this charlie foxtrot is absolutely asinine and the narrative that the mainstream media would love for the every day American to believe.

I am sure this post will rub plenty on this forum the wrong way, but this is my opinion, this is what I believe, and you can flame me all you want, but I'll still respect others opinions, and Viva Coldplay.
Hi,
funnily enough, I don't think you will see anyone of us flame you. We discuss respectfully, we don't insult. One of the many things that makes us different from the very person you are defending in your post.
I actually personally like it when musicians/artists show some engagement and outspokenness in political issues, and/or raise public awareness for societal or environmental issued. I also think that Coldplay is not at all outspoken; they usually only vaguely endorse notions that almost anybody would agree with amd don't seem to want to alienate anyone, so they are silent about anything controversial. I think they used to have more of an edge earlier (Iraq War protest, or see what they wrote in the AROBTTH booklet about fair trade).
As for the elections, well I have to say we seem to be on opposing ends of the political spectrum (I am not conservative at all) but I do agree that Clinton was a corrupt and unlikeable candidate (I wish they had chosen Bernie), and that Obama's presidency was an utter disappointment (and by far not as peaceful as he wanted to make us believe, see the escalated drone war). Like I said in posts above, if I had to make a choice, I'd have voted a third party candidate, namely Jill Stein.
If a Trump presidency would mean a more isolationist stance in terms of military actions in the world, that would for me be the only good thing to come out of it, because no problem in the last 70 years has ever been solved by sending American troops anywhere, to put it very mildly. On the contrary, these senseless wars have been the root of a lot of instability in the world, not to mention the loss of millions of civilian lives and I don't know how many troops' lives, too. So I'd be all for military isolationism.
But I could never, ever, EVER support everything else Trump stands for - racism, sexism, discrimination, gun deregulation, carelessness about the environment and cluelessness about science, you name it !
You might say a lot of it was just campaign talk, and he's not gonna do half of what he boldly announced. This may be so (and I am fairly certain it will, because he already unashamedly lied during the campaign, on numerous occasions....), but still, there are things a decent person should never speak out aloud, and this man has spoken all of them.

Just my two cents !
 
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Hi,
funnily enough, I don't think you will see anyone of us flame you. We discuss respectfully, we don't insult. One of the many things that makes us different from the very person you are defending in your post.
I actually personally like it when musicians/artists show some engagement and outspokenness in political issues, and/or raise public awareness for societal or environmental issued. I also think that Coldplay is not at all outspoken; they usually only vaguely endorse notions that almost anybody would agree with amd don't seem to want to alienate anyone, so they are silent about anything controversial. I think they used to have more of an edge earlier (Iraq War protest, or see what they wrote in the AROBTTH booklet about fair trade).
As for the elections, well I have to say we seem to be on opposing ends of the political spectrum (I am not conservative at all) but I do agree that Clinton was a corrupt and unlikeable candidate (I wish they had chosen Bernie), and that Obama's presidency was an utter disappointment (and by far not as peaceful as he wanted to make us believe, see the escalated drone war). Like I said in posts above, if I had to make a choice, I'd have voted a third party candidate, namely Jill Stein.
If a Trump presidency would mean a more isolationist stance in terms of military actions in the world, that would for me be the only good thing to come out of it, because no problem in the last 70 years has ever been solved by sending American troops anywhere, to put it very mildly. On the contrary, these senseless wars have been the root of a lot of instability in the world, not to mention the loss of millions of civilian lives and I don't know how many troops' lives, too. So I'd be all for military isolationism.
But I could never, ever, EVER support everything else Trump stands for - racism, sexism, discrimination, gun deregulation, carelessness about the environment and cluelessness about science, you name it !
You might say a lot of it was just campaign talk, and he's not gonna do half of what he boldly announced. This may be so (and I am fairly certain it will, because he already unashamedly lied during the campaign, on numerous occasions....), but still, there are things a decent person should never speak out aloud, and this man has spoken all of them.

Just my two cents !
It's almost scary that I agree with freaking EVERYTHING that you just said. I didn't know that someone else here thinks like I do in this regard.
This opinion is likely to be pretty unpopular on this board and seemingly in the music industry altogether, but I was hoping throughout the entire electoral season that Coldplay would not endorse or speak politically. I cannot stand when entertainers become political, and to me, their opinions on that subject matter couldn't be any less welcome. I love Coldplay pretty much more than anything, and I know that in the back of my mind we probably have incredibly different views on politics, but I just prefer it to not even come up because it will leave a bitter taste in my mouth. Yes, I respect other viewpoints, but entertainers should as well -- in fact they should just not say anything regarding politics and stick to promoting their music if they are to say anything, or talk about the charities they support.

I tend to be more liberal on subjects such as marijuana legalization, gay marriage, etc, but I am extremely conservative when it comes to fiscal policy, government spending and programs, border protection and foreign policy. I am so fucking tired of this narrative that Trump is pretty much Satan, which is being spewed by mass media because the media didn't get what it wanted. Trump is far from a perfect candidate, but Clinton is the definition of a criminal, and by all accounts if she weren't married to Bill, she would be in prison. Clinton is also the definition of a shady two-faced politician, and if her track record as Secretary of State is anything to go on, a Clinton presidency would be disastrous. After the scandals she has been involved in with the Clinton Foundation, and the private server, as well as her failed foreign policy, how could any American in his or her sane mind actually think she is a viable candidate and vote for her? It's beggar's belief.

Trump has a big mouth and says things he shouldn't. I'd imagine he will tone this down. The media tried so, so, so hard to paint him as a wild, out of control maniac, but I just don't buy it, and clearly neither do many Americans.

He's egotistical, he is arrogant, he is a loud mouth, but he speaks his mind and tells it like it is -- something politicians are terrified to do. We've had eight years of a "nice guy" president that was supposed to unite the country and bring it back from the awful, despicable Satanist Republicans and all we have to show for it is 0% interest rates, a sputtering economy that has never found its footing, ObamaCare which is on the brink of failure, and a country that is as divided as it ever has been. Obama was supposed to be the key to ending division and would most certainly pump the economy back to life. It hasn't happened, and for his first term he had a control of the house and senate to put through pretty much anything he wanted.

To think that Trump, who can't be blamed for ANY of the past eight years or the current state of the country, can do worse or is somehow responsible for this charlie foxtrot is absolutely asinine and the narrative that the mainstream media would love for the every day American to believe.

I am sure this post will rub plenty on this forum the wrong way, but this is my opinion, this is what I believe, and you can flame me all you want, but I'll still respect others opinions, and Viva Coldplay.
To be fair, we really don't know if Clinton or Trump would be the better president. Both of them have different downsides, but that doesn't mean that I'm just going to give Trump a pass. The only positives I see about Trump is that he is anti TPP, he doesn't want to get rid of Social Security (as far as I'm aware of) like most other Republicans do, he doesn't seem to be as warmongering as other leaders (although this may change, we'll see). I'm just hoping for the best during this presidential term.
 

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I've just realised that I told a friend we can meet on November 19, I'll miss Coldplay at global citizen! This week has been so difficult that I've forgotten so many important things, not just about Coldplay but about things related to my family, school and friends. My mood has been a little bit down for so many reasons. At the same time I have this feeling of not wanting to feel this way. I try to cheer myself up thinking on the amazing things I have in my life. But, this feeling always came back. Maybe you know me as someone who always tries to be positive, but this time I fail to do so. Perhaps that's why it makes me feel a little bit frustrated about everything around me. Anyways I want to share with you something I wrote somewhere else and that I will read from time to time to remind myself to never give up. Sometimes I believe I write things for someone else, but maybe I write those things for myself:

It was a weird week. On Monday I had this feeling I can't describe, maybe I was angry or sad, I don't know. On Thursday I was expecting something good, but that didn't happen. Or at least not on the way I wanted that to happen. I saw the world divided but all united for one purpose: we all want change. However, we need to start looking for the right answer instead of choosing a desperate way to make things work. I'm sure there are different forms to help the world be a better one because I've seen lots of people being so kind and understanding. I've seen people making some change through love. I have faith in humanity. Thousands of people supporting those who are around them, it doesn't matter their gender, social status, skin color, they just want to listen to what they have to say.
In difficult times it's too hard to find positivity. But I ask you to be grateful for what you have on your life, family, friends, a home, a flower because there are people who doesn't have that. You can help others by being kind to each other, supporting others, doing your best at school or work. I won't give up and I don't want you to give up.
I'm sorry to hear that you're feeling sad.
But I can relate to what you're describing.
I often have got these phases which you are describing.
Sometimes this mood just stays for one day and sometimes it stays for a whole week or even longer.

In my opinion you are doing the right thing. Thinking of the good things in life and being grateful for the smallest things.
And it is okay to have these phases and we shouldn't blame ourselves.
Realizing that you're feeling low is the fist step and I'm pretty sure that there will be brighter days ;-)
So keep your head up and enjoy this wonderful adventure!
 

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I'm sorry to hear that you're feeling sad.
But I can relate to what you're describing.
I often have got these phases which you are describing.
Sometimes this mood just stays for one day and sometimes it stays for a whole week or even longer.

In my opinion you are doing the right thing. Thinking of the good things in life and being grateful for the smallest things.
And it is okay to have these phases and we shouldn't blame ourselves.
Realizing that you're feeling low is the fist step and I'm pretty sure that there will be brighter days ;-)
So keep your head up and enjoy this wonderful adventure!
Thank you so much for your kind words :)
I need to learn that. At the moment I can't help but feeling frustrated for that. I'm feeling better now. Although I don't feel ready to go with my friends. I don't see them that often, but my mood won't let me enjoy the reunion, or maybe i'll change my mind when I meet them, who knows. Anyways, "life has a beautiful crazy design" and I have many things to look forward to.
 

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Thank you so much for your kind words :)
I need to learn that. At the moment I can't help but feeling frustrated for that. I'm feeling better now. Although I don't feel ready to go with my friends. I don't see them that often, but my mood won't let me enjoy the reunion, or maybe i'll change my mind when I meet them, who knows. Anyways, "life has a beautiful crazy design" and I have many things to look forward to.
Don't worry too much.
Even if you decide not to meet your friends it will be all right because they will understand it if they are real friends.
Maybe your mood will change soon or as you said your mood might change if you meet them.
Either way it will be okay. (Woohoo a rhyme!)

Anyway it's nice to hear that you're feeling better and that there are things you are able to look forward to!
 

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Don't worry too much.
Even if you decide not to meet your friends it will be all right because they will understand it if they are real friends.
Maybe your mood will change soon or as you said your mood might change if you meet them.
Either way it will be okay. (Woohoo a rhyme!)

Anyway it's nice to hear that you're feeling better and that there are things you are able to look forward to!
Great rhyme :) In Mexico we have this phrase "hiciste verso sin esfuerzo" (you made a verse without trying) which is also a rhyme :p
Thank you for your kind words, you're so sweet :)
 

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Great rhyme :) In Mexico we have this phrase "hiciste verso sin esfuerzo" (you made a verse without trying) which is also a rhyme :p
Thank you for your kind words, you're so sweet :)
I love that phrase!
I'm going to write it down!
 

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I've just realised that I told a friend we can meet on November 19, I'll miss Coldplay at global citizen! This week has been so difficult that I've forgotten so many important things, not just about Coldplay but about things related to my family, school and friends. My mood has been a little bit down for so many reasons. At the same time I have this feeling of not wanting to feel this way. I try to cheer myself up thinking on the amazing things I have in my life. But, this feeling always came back. Maybe you know me as someone who always tries to be positive, but this time I fail to do so. Perhaps that's why it makes me feel a little bit frustrated about everything around me. Anyways I want to share with you something I wrote somewhere else and that I will read from time to time to remind myself to never give up. Sometimes I believe I write things for someone else, but maybe I write those things for myself:

It was a weird week. On Monday I had this feeling I can't describe, maybe I was angry or sad, I don't know. On Thursday I was expecting something good, but that didn't happen. Or at least not on the way I wanted that to happen. I saw the world divided but all united for one purpose: we all want change. However, we need to start looking for the right answer instead of choosing a desperate way to make things work. I'm sure there are different forms to help the world be a better one because I've seen lots of people being so kind and understanding. I've seen people making some change through love. I have faith in humanity. Thousands of people supporting those who are around them, it doesn't matter their gender, social status, skin color, they just want to listen to what they have to say.
In difficult times it's too hard to find positivity. But I ask you to be grateful for what you have on your life, family, friends, a home, a flower because there are people who doesn't have that. You can help others by being kind to each other, supporting others, doing your best at school or work. I won't give up and I don't want you to give up.
I know what you mean, I'm usually a positive person as well but sometimes you just can't see the good things, no matter how hard you try. I sometimes really hate that cause I think "I don't want to be like this, I want to be happy again and it's just about your view so it's my fault".
But it's totally okay and normal to feel like that sometimes. No matter how optimistic you are, life is always good and not so good things. But the most important thing to remember is that those times will always pass. Maybe you don't feel better the day after but you will always feel better again.
Life is beautiful in all its colors, even the darker ones, they're here for a reason. (No, I will never stop quoting this:p)
I recently had a time like this but now I feel so much better.
I hope you'll feel better again soon as well, I know you'll get through it.

And I hope your friends will understand and you'll get to watch the concert!
 

alisbe

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I know what you mean, I'm usually a positive person as well but sometimes you just can't see the good things, no matter how hard you try. I sometimes really hate that cause I think "I don't want to be like this, I want to be happy again and it's just about your view so it's my fault".
But it's totally okay and normal to feel like that sometimes. No matter how optimistic you are, life is always good and not so good things. But the most important thing to remember is that those times will always pass. Maybe you don't feel better the day after but you will always feel better again.
Life is beautiful in all its colors, even the darker ones, they're here for a reason. (No, I will never stop quoting this:p)
I recently had a time like this but now I feel so much better.
I hope you'll feel better again soon as well, I know you'll get through it.

And I hope your friends will understand and you'll get to watch the concert!
Thank you for your kind words :)
I need to see them. I'm not that excited about it but I'm sure that seeing them after a long time since the last meeting will cheer me up. They have this incredible energy that is so contagious :)
I'll be missing you during that time. I'll miss the concert, but I'm sure that when I check the forums I'll see a link and I'll make sure to make a watching party just for myself :p but if someone wants to join me you'll be welcomed :)
 

flockofbirds222

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Thank you for your kind words :)
I need to see them. I'm not that excited about it but I'm sure that seeing them after a long time since the last meeting will cheer me up. They have this incredible energy that is so contagious :)
I'll be missing you during that time. I'll miss the concert, but I'm sure that when I check the forums I'll see a link and I'll make sure to make a watching party just for myself :p but if someone wants to join me you'll be welcomed :)
Well, I hope you'll have a great time anyway:)
And I'd love to join you again, just have to see if I'll have time and how if it'll work with the timezones...
Speaking of timezones, I still need to figure out which time it will actually be here during the concert haha:D
 
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