Love, for one, is a thing oversimplified in movies. And when you find a movie that is very realistic, it leaves you with two tastes on your tongue; happiness and sadness. But we prefer to paint happy ever afters. They are a lot more beautiful.
I’d be lying if I said I knew when the blackness came in. It slithered in.
As people we are fundamentally programmed to believe that love is what we need to heal us of our brokenness, our pain, our suffering. Our lives are not kdramas though. Sometimes love does the opposite. But love is not the culprit. It’s a lot of other meddling factors that are responsible.
Since I haven’t had time on my hands to make full posts, I figured I’d make small quotes like this to post. I’ll do this everyday. At least thrice a week… Full posts will be once a week. Please share.
I’ll tell you this story. I’ve never shared it before. I still remember like it was yesterday. Well, it was yesterday. The doctors weren’t winning and the medications were glitch filled. They didn’t work. And it didn’t seem like science had the answer. You see, my other sister is epileptic, dyslexic; among similar things. She … More Life Happens
I’m sorry. I haven’t thought much about what to post today. Here’s a poem though. I wrote it a couple of months ago. Damned They say misery loves company Must be why these demons come to me “Do you hear that thundering?” They remind me of what’s coming “Look in this cup, what do you … More Damned
I should have posted this since Friday but thoughts about how to reduce this post’s shabbiness prevented me. It’s an idea, not properly ironed out upstairs. I’m sorry. I know this post can’t be shabbier but forgive it — and me for making you have to go through the tedious process of *deshabbilizing* it mentally. … More The Illusion of Understanding