Sunday, February 19, 2012

Life and Reality

We live a life in reality. But in reality we wish we never lived this life.

My whole 17 years of life pretty much sucked as a whole. I tend to indulge myself in the happy 'now' moments in my life. Like my awesome group of friends who say they'll be there for me no matter what. You know what? I really believe that they will. But I just don't believe that I can bring myself to open myself to them. I cannot bring myself to expose them to the messed up, vulnerable me.

So I live pretty much alone.

Friday, January 6, 2012


I really admire people with self-respect and confidence still intact. Qualities like these are starting to lack in normal human beings to the point where they'll harm themselves and their body because they are not confident with their own capabilities and no self-respect towards their own body of which God has given them.

And don't be fooled, I am of religion but not overly religious, if that at all makes any sense.

If only we can all turn on a switch that makes up perfect human beings. But that's evidently not possible right?

If we start to understand that no one is perfect, we would stop trying to perfect ourselves, and focus on matters that can be perfected or improved. But improvement often comes from initiative, and often fuel by incentives, generated from imperfect human beings.

Hence, is perfection even in existence if the one running everything in this world are but mere, imperfect human beings?

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Thursday, December 29, 2011

Romanticized Idealism ('Love')


This word is often used rather casually. Then again, it's all about perspective. Then again this is MY perspective.

I am not shy to say that I am a young living person and that I may be lacking in a couple of experiences in my life at the moment, but it's not to say that I don't know what 'love' is.

(Again, using that word cautiously here)

From a very young age, we have heard day in and day out our parent saying, "I love you, honey," or the likes if we have such fortunate homes. So picking up from that at THAT age, using the word 'Love' is seen to be an expression of affection or care towards people of significance in one's life.

Yeah, who'd know one word's definition could be such a mouthful.

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