It's a revolution.

May 22, 2009

It's not often that you leave a concert completely inspired. Maybe I look deeper into the whole concert experience than the 12,000 screaming pre-pubescent girls, but the Taylor Swift concert last night legitimately inspired me. She has the most positive view on ife and it's apparent through her music. I know what you're saying....Being all of 19 years old she's been through a lot right? Even though she's young, all of her songs are about relationships, heart breaks, life, experiences and things that move her. She's not afraid to cry about things, but at the end of the day she's happy and smiley and she reminded me that things change. While life experiences obviously effect your outlook on life, at the end of the day it shouldn't stop you from doing it all over. Yes, erring on the side of caution is important in some situations, but it should never limit us. It doesn't matter what I've been through because things will change.

But I believe in whatever you do And I'll do anything to see it through. Because these things will change. Can you feel it now? These walls that they put up to hold us back will fall down.
It's a revolution - The time will come for us to finally win.

I think some people really deserve where they are. After last night and the incredible show she put on, I believe that Taylor deserves it. Another person, Kris Allen. I think this picture says it all. While some think Adam should have been the American Idol, I could not be more thrilled that it was Kris. He comes from a tiny town in Arkansas, and fought through the ranks and ended up on top. He didn't compromise himself and he won and he deserves it. The two of them acknowledge where they've come from and who they are. They don't let the fact that they're famous get in the way of that. Change is inevitable and it's real yet in all circumstances it's important to understand that just because it's there doesn't mean it has to change you. Be yourself. Stay true to that -no matter what, it's hard, but it's worth it.

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