Secret Of The Week



Do y'all know why I take the secrets from PostSecret, blog about them and try to put them into my own personal perspectives?

The picture below says it all.


It's human to take a different route from the same roads that other people take. It is human to feel something out of someone's misery and that doesn't mean we're evil; it just allows us to run away from our own problems.

And as the picture above says, knowing others out there who are in the same boat as we are - some in worst situations - give us the insight to look at the world and people in a different light.

We're just being human.

M o v i n g o n . . .

The second secret I chose is one that I'm sure a lot of people have gone through.

Do you remember the last time you saw someone, what it did and how it affected you?

Death is a good example of this. When you see someone you know or someone you love for the very last time, don't you remember your thoughts and feelings at that very moment?


Similarly, when you break-up with someone you love, don't you remember everything about it?

I'll give you an example. I'm not going to choose death as it's too morbid for me right now, having just lost me Nana on New Year's Eve and a good friend last month. Instead, I'm gonna tell y'all about the last time I saw someone who was very special to me.

I think it lasted for around 40 minutes and all she did was cry, cry, cry, cry, cry, cry, cry, cry and cry. Seriously, for that period of time I was with her, all she did was cry. And as much as I tried to console her, it was futile, really. I guess she was too betrayed, too heartbroken to make sense of it all, y'know?

I don't know if I'll see her again, in this life. But it'd would be great to be able to say hello to her again without the tears, because I don't want to remember her that way.

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