She likes to think people are good and some may say she is naive for it, but maybe just maybe; she is a visionary. j. iron word

She likes to think people are good and some may say she is naive for it, but maybe just maybe; she is a visionary. j. iron word

GIRLBOSS QUOTE: An advantage to being naive is being able to believe in oneself when no one else will. - Sophia Amoruso

GIRLBOSS QUOTE: An advantage to being naive is being able to believe in oneself when no one else will. - Sophia Amoruso

Exactly. DJS is in love with only himself. And his new wife's - aka Trump in Drag - money.

Exactly. DJS is in love with only himself. And his new wife's - aka Trump in Drag - money.

this some NAIVE SHIT but i needed that right now. im no greater than other humans, i should give into the stupid sometime

this some NAIVE SHIT but i needed that right now. im no greater than other humans, i should give into the stupid sometime

Hahaha yup! I can talk for hours about science, math, art.. even philosophy, and the next second make the blondes comment ever!!Haha

Hahaha yup! I can talk for hours about science, math, art.. even philosophy, and the next second make the blondes comment ever!!Haha

Pay more attention to what someone is doing than to what they are saying. Talk might thrill, but action reveals.

Pay more attention to what someone is doing than to what they are saying. Talk might thrill, but action reveals.

Am I naive to actually believe this with all my heart and soul? by brianna

Am I naive to actually believe this with all my heart and soul? by brianna

I look back now and think of myself as naive for thinking you'd come back and for mainly thinking it was my fault.

I look back now and think of myself as naive for thinking you'd come back and for mainly thinking it was my fault.

1. naive, simplistic, and superficial.  "their entirely predictable and usually jejune opinions"  2.  (of ideas or writings) dry and uninteresting.  "the poem seems to me rather jejune"  Origin  early 17th century: from Latin jejunus ‘fasting, barren.’ The original sense was ‘without food,’ hence ‘not intellectually nourishing.’

1. naive, simplistic, and superficial. "their entirely predictable and usually jejune opinions" 2. (of ideas or writings) dry and uninteresting. "the poem seems to me rather jejune" Origin early 17th century: from Latin jejunus ‘fasting, barren.’ The original sense was ‘without food,’ hence ‘not intellectually nourishing.’

Sometimes people don't want to hear the truth, because they want their illusions destroyed. Description from pinterest.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

Sometimes people don't want to hear the truth, because they want their illusions destroyed. Description from pinterest.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

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