Wednesday, March 21, 2007

feed my fishies

fishie fishie
u can feed my fishie but don't overfeed them pls. hahahaha

with every emotional outburst comes calm & peace. maybe for a while, at least now my emotional burden is nt bothering me as much..
nthing much in life now, except for e upcoming CL proficiency test.

it's raining...


maybe for each of us, our lives revolve ard these simple yet central things, things tt are impt to us, things tt are irreplaceable. yet mine seems to be revolving only ard e issue of trust, how much to trust, how nt to trust. it seems like i'm getting pretty much paranoid again if my confidence lvl goes to an extreme low, getting depressed & emotional & all e rubbish of sorts. haha get tired of me babe. XD

what do we live for? & what if e thing tt u've been living for suddenly vanishes frm ur world? wld u then be just an empty shell? how strong are u against emptiness, how well can you stand loneliness?

when all else fails, what is really left of e person is what is e person is truly made up of. we have nthing else to hide & these are our only weapons left for defence.

and when we do have "everything", do u live for e fleeting moment of happiness? or do u trust in blind faith, moving forward & only deciding what u shld do when the fleeting moment is gone? how long can u live with self delusion? yet if wad u need is just this feelings to fill up e empty u, isit wrong to even enjoy what is given & face e consequences later? isn't this still happiness?

when someone tells u to be strong, how do u exactly "be strong"? isit just a simple change in attitude where u become a optimist? or isit something more. what if u're nt made to be strong? what if u were nvr taught to be strong?

what is failure to all of us? what is failure to me?

Courage, it would seem, is nothing less than the power to overcome danger, misfortune, fear, injustice, while continuing to affirm inwardly that life with all its sorrows is good; that everything is meaningful even if in a sense beyond our understanding; and that there is always tomorrow.

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