Aeriel Miranda Quotes
Aeriél Christine Miranda (born April 3, 1992) is an American actress. She is best known for her recurring role as Shana Fring on the ABC Family series, Pretty Little Liars (2013–2014). She was first introduced as Shana on the Pretty Little Liars web series, Pretty Dirty Secrets, prior to appearing on Pretty Little Liars. Miranda also had a recurring role as Lana on the ABC Family series The Nine Lives of Chloe King (2011)
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I admire many women that have come before me, heavy influencers such as Oprah, such as BeyoncÃ©, and I'm witnessing the fruit of their work and experiencing their legacy now and they're not even close to the finish line.
I acknowledge my beauty and my flaws, I do my best to keep it one hundred with the woman in the mirror so making friends is actually easy.
All of my close friends have been in my life for years. My best friends are all people I met in grade school, going back as far as 3rd grade.
I love to love. However, you won't see anybody walking the red carpet with me until I'm married.
I just simply believe in having purposeful relations, period. That's what its about at the end of the day. However, I do appreciate people that are individualistic, mainly because I'm an impressionable soul and my friends become my big sisters and brothers in a way.
My friends are me and in essence better than me, they help me be better even when they don't know it...
My hero among heroes is my grandmother, she's the epitome of strength and I try to mock that strength all the time. She's a beast.
Even if it's something so simple as filling myself up with uplifting meditation so it's easier to spread kindness and love by the time I walk out my door and enter the world. I get a kick out of making a strangers day.
The difference lies in the intention behind wanting money. Your reasons for why you want to create more money is typically why you're ambitious to get it. You're either genuinely ambitious or selfishly hungry.
My sister is 4 years older than me and I've always looked up to her, she was the girl I always wanted to be.
I come from a huge family and out of all 34 of my immediate family members, my heavier influences were women. Between my grandmothers, aunts, older female cousins, and of course my mother, I was pretty much predominantly raised by women, as they make up most of my family anyway.
Money is important yes, but not the most important. I don't need money to smile or breathe. I would still be breathing if all my money disappeared tomorrow.
My friends are a crayola box. They highlight different colors of my being, representing different aspects of my personalty, I've noticed.
I think friends are an extension of you and I always say, check out a persons five immediate friends and you'll know everything about them.