What’s the best piece of advice you’ve given someone that you failed to take yourself?
One word yet so heavy to carry on, for me! HAHA.
Seriously I am working for 2 years and 3 months by now but to tell you, honestly, my bank account (Choss. HAHA =P ) I mean my ATM has only less than 50php current savings. OMG! And to tell you, I am really up to something and I really need to save for that. Well, I am trying so hard you know. Brrrrr.
2. Eating Alone at Restaurants
I don’t need someone to sit across from me in order to enjoy my delicious sandwich. Going out to eat isn’t always about being social; sometimes you just want a solid meal and to just sit there and to have it served to you. Being surrounded by people who are laughing joyously in groups while they eat doesn’t strike much envy into my heart, so don’t feel sorry for me if you see me hunched over baked macaroni n cheese, alone and silent, at the corner table of a busy restaurant. I am content. The same goes for seeing movies alone, although I get the sense that society is generally more comfortable with that one.
A lot of “Why” to answer.
Because in the world where confusion exist, we are learning to be.
To be curious
To be a discover
To be a person
Learning to be a phenomena that creates a wide and broad definition of life.
Learning to be a non-ending revelation through a word, a question Why.
You, We are asking this TO BE an answer.
And the worst part is, you don’t even know how to explain yourself. You know if you bring this up with them they’ll give you a blank expression and a blank excuse. You don’t want to explain how you feel. You can’t. You just want them to get it, to read you like they used to be able to. You want to take them by the shoulders and shake them, screaming Where are you? What happened?! Until you’re blue in the face. But you can’t do that either, because you’re no longer on the same level and it’s going to make you feel crazy.
Read more at http://thoughtcatalog.com/2012/losing-a-best-friend/
You can’t simply explain how and what exactly you feel in losing someone… losing a best friend, don’t you?
There are just these quiet, misled people wanting you sometimes, like they know some secret you don’t, like they know exactly what is missing from your life and how they’re the ones who are going to provide it, they’re going to be the ones to complete you. These silly, silly people quietly yearning from outside the walls you’ve built up to keep people like them out, infatuated and optimistic fools who deign to scale mountains without maps. Sometimes people just want and want and want without knowing what, exactly, they’re wanting. Sound familiar?
– Make sense!
– Are you?
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