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Camila Cabello Quotes

Karla Camila Cabello Estrabao

Camila Cabello quotes: damn, this girl gets it.

“Be courageous in the pursuit of what makes your heart pound and what makes you come alive with purpose.”

“I learned from my family that if you work hard enough and you want it badly enough, you can do the impossible.”

“Everything is a choice.  Your attitude towards things is in your control.  You can choose how you look at any situation.  No matter what the situation is, you can always get something good out of it.”

“Believe in everything, just in case.”

“You have to follow and honor that inner voice.”

“The truth is you decide who you’re going to be.  Every day.  I’m not talking about talent or success.  I just mean the type of person you’re going to be.”

“If you haven’t been very brave, or very social, or wild, or an adventure seeker, if you describe yourself as the opposite of those things… it doesn’t mean you can’t be.  The other you needs to grab little you by the hand, yank you by the hairs and tell you, ‘Let’s go.'”

“You choose who you’re going to be.  Force yourself to do what you’re afraid of, always – and go after what you want and who you want to be, because you’re worth that.  You’re worth the fight.  It’s the most worthwhile one there is.”

“My favorite word of all time is ‘serendipity.’  It means a ‘fortunate accident’ and it is the most important word in the world, because it taught me the only way to experience magic is to believe in it.  The universe is in constant communication with us, playing a charming little game of charades.  We guess and we guess and we make a fool of ourselves guessing, but we will find our answer, and the whole room will cheer when we do.”

“Feel everything.  That is the difference between living and existing.”

“There’s no freedom like the freedom that comes from accepting yourself.”

I think it’s really important to love yourself.  Because I feel like a lot of the time… I’ve noticed that insecurity is something that’s so common that it’s not glorified but like romanticized.  And it shouldn’t be because at the end of the day you have to live with yourself and be happy with who you are.  If not, then you’re not going to be a happy individual and whatever people say will get to you.  So you have to know who you are and like it that way.”

“It’s okay not to be perfect.  Your imperfections are what make you you.  And at the end of the day, people like real people, flaws and all.  At least I do.”

“Take a deep breath, listen to your favorite song and realize everything is gonna be okay – nothing is permanent.”

“Pain is a monster fed by fear – the more afraid you are of it finding you, the more it’ll grow.  The more you run away, the stronger it’s legs get.  Pain hates being ignored so make friends with pain, shake it’s hand.  Write about it, cry your eyes out in the shower, and let it slowly leave your body until you are clean again.”

“I get so excited about doing stuff that I don’t acknowledge fear or limitations in any way.  I’m always curious about stuff so it just leads me onto the next thing.  I’m always trying to learn, or get better at something, or grow in some way.”

“I definitely had a period as a kid where I was super-shy and I wasn’t really brave.  And I think that when I did my first brave thing, it made me want to always push myself to do stuff that I’m afraid of or makes me nervous.  Now, I always want to be the kind of person who’s brave.  It’s been this kind of 180 for me and I think it probably has to do with the thrill and excitement I get when I’m on stage.  I try to look for that same feeling in other areas of my life.”

“Dance like an idiot at parties, laugh like a walrus at serious meetings, sing pop songs at the top of your lungs in front of your indie friends, wear red socks when the dress code is black and white.  The point is the world would be a much better place if we were taught to be fascinated by our differences instead of fearing them – if we were taught to explore individuality instead of controlling it.”

“If you’re having the worst day of your life, smile at people walking on a sidewalk.  Text your best friend.  It’ll make you feel better.  Love is love, given or taken, created or received.”

“Some people will gossip and spread poison, they will forget about lifting themselves up and become obsessed with tearing you down.  Hatred is only a reflection of people’s own misery, they have so much of it they want to find other places to put it in.  But whatever you do, don’t lose hope in people and don’t stop being kind to people.  Let life do its thing.  Be kind, work hard, cheer people on, and life will be good to you.”

“No matter how old you get, crying in your mom’s arms will always make you feel three years old.”

“No matter what happens, be as kind as you can.  Be kind to people, keep people’s secrets, be the one that answers the phone when nobody else does, make everyone feel important.”

“I feel like going on social media and seeing opinions – even if they’re good ones; people’s opinions comparing yourself to other people – I really think that it affects the creative process.  I feel like it’s necessary to just be as human as you can all the time, but especially keeping it pure for the writing process.”

“I’ve been songwriting for a long time, usually while on the road, as a way to get my feelings out.”

“I think songwriting was the biggest way that I found my identity.”

“Any song I do, I put my heart and soul into and, as an artist, you can only hope it makes other people feel the way you feel when making it.”

“A lot of the music I write is about love.  Sometimes I won’t understand how I am feeling until I write a song about it.”

“I like to know that when I’m 90 years old, I’m going to be able to look at a song or poem I wrote and say, ‘Wow!  I remember I was so crazy about this person,’ or, ‘I remember what that day felt like.'”

“My ambition in life is to keep traveling the world.”

“There’s something really powerful in being able to say, ‘I like taking control of my life.  I like living how I want to live.’”

“Let’s go.  You’ll survive, and I’m not gonna miss out on this.  Let’s go.”

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