In love with both spoken/written words (may it be fact or fiction), happiness of a child, audio tracks, and, of course, food. :)
Chances can be given innumerably, even to those people deemed as undeserving. For if You can give it to us impartially for the second time, for the third time, for the nth time, who are we to deprive others of it? This, is what I always believe in. The reason why others think that I’m too kind, which, in fact, I’m not. I just don’t want others to feel hopeless as much as I don’t want to feel it too for myself.
So thank You for my passing grade in Neuroanatomy despite of lacking the same ardor I used to have when I was younger.
And for this chance, I am truly, truly, truly grateful for You.
You, who never leave me behind. Despite of my shortcomings. Despite of my ungratefulness. Despite of my stubbornness.
Thank You so much. I will not take this chance for granted anymore.
I’m going to be a great doctor someday. Someday, I’ll save lives. Someday, I’ll be a proud steward of the lives You’ve created.
Thank you, Lord! I love You, I love You, I love You. :)
Your hard-headed and reckless daughter,
And this’s just torture to me, another’s arms, another’s arms.
Pull yourself into me, another’s arms, another’s arms.
Love means nothing to me, another’s arms, another’s arms
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When you’re on your own and you feel you’re lost,
When your heart’s a mess though you’ve given your best,
I’ll be here giving it my best shot.
Baby, your love’s got more than I need.
Here, crying from the rooftops, nothing can stop us
If we believe.
"…that’s the core idea of it—what if two people were really perfect for each other? And what if they were separated—how would those two get back together again? And how could a little bit of magic and fate intervene to bring them back together?" — Director John Kahrs on his inspiration behind Paperman.
A lovely remake of my favorite Beach Boys’ song. It even includes Lorde and Chris Martin! :D
"God only knows what I’d be without you.
If you should ever leave me, well, life would still go on believe me.”
I heard Sheeran started to write this when his grandfather was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s and finished writing it when his grandfather finally succumbed to deathbed.
Lyrics, as they say, are one of the strongest manifesto of emotions, most especially, true love. I would’ve cried to hear him sing this out:
Darling, hold me in your arms the way you did last night and we’ll lie inside for a little while here.
I could look into your eyes until the sun comes up and we’re wrapped in light, in life, in love.
Put your open lips on mine and slowly let them shut for they’re designed to be together.
With your body next to mine, our hearts will beat as one.
And we’re set alight, we’re afire love.