You ever had a childhood dream that hasn't abandoned your head even in your teens? Instead, you grew to love it even more than you did as a child?

Well, that's my case with music. For as long as I can remember, I've been fantasizing about being a musician. As a child, I wanted to stand in front of thousands of people, even tho I was shy and didn't like attention much. But back then, I just saw it as that: standing in front of a stadium filled with people and singing.

In my teens, however, I saw it so much more than that once I began writing songs and posting them on different platforms. I remember seeing that my first original song hit 5 listens and I felt so happy, but the moment I realized how much my simple words, written on a piece of paper and then sung with the help of a little guitar in the background, could mean to someone when a lady messaged me how she could related to my song. How she felt better knowing someone else had gone through the same thing. How I sang the things that were on her mind.

It made me feel like I have a purpose, as overly-dramatic as it may sound. It gave me a reason to better myself and to fight for something since I'm naturally not a very competitive person so I just go along with some things, such as education or sports since I don't see a great purpose in achieving anything when it comes to that.

I know I'm not the only person that has a dream job or lifestyle, but I just thought I'd share my thoughts since I know a few people in my circle who just don't understand my hunger for it.

And I know that this may sound fake af, but I really mean it when I say that I don't wish for an insane amount of money or sold out arenas and albums. My main goal is to reach as many people as I can emotionally and to become a part of their lives and stories.

I'm scared of death and being forgotten, so isn't this the best way to stay alive?

and shameless self promo alert: if you guys would like to give me and my music a shot, here are the links of my facebook and youtube: