Even if you win the rat race you’re still just a rat. Suli Breaks, The American’t Dream (via cross—fire)
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So this one is for my generation. The ones who found what they were looking for on Google, the ones who followed their dreams on Twitter, pictured their future on Instagram, accepted destiny on Facebook. This one is for my “failures” and “dropouts.” For my unemployed graduates. My shop assistants, cleaners, and clerks with bigger dreams. My self employed entrepreneurs. My world changers and dream chasers.

Because the purpose of “Why I hate school, but love education” was not to initiate a worldwide debate, but to let them know that whether 72 or 88, 44 or 68, we will not let exam results decide our fate.

Suli Breaks, “I Will Not Let An Exam Result Decide My Fate” (x)

(Source : themaraudersaredead)

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I am not chasing a dream, I am chasing a reality disguised as a dream. Suli Breaks (via sleeplesssouthofparadise)
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So you decide what your life is worth: your passion or your paycheck. Suli Breaks (via thelaurenator)
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You can’t let society tell you what you are because this is the same society that tells you that abortion is wrong and looks down on teen parents. The same society that sells products to promote natural hair, looks, and smooth complexion, with the model on the box half photo-shopped, has fake eyelashes and hair extension. Governments that preach peace but endorse war. That say they believe so much in higher education and further learning, so why increase tuition fees each year? I Will Not Let An Exam Result Decide My Fate by Suli Breaks (via shannon-and-the-starcatcher)
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If you don’t build your dream, someone else will hire you to help build theirs. Suli Breaks (via kibblex)

(Source : youtube.com, via kibblex)

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Test us with tests, but finals are never final Because they never prepare us for the real test, which is survival Suli Breaks (via codyon2wheels)
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