Tag Archives: friends

Alone, really?


Having my nails done.
Outside I see a carousel.
People passing by.
Toddler, teens, adult..
Married, single, committed..
Friends, partner, family..
How come I’m alone…

The lady just cut something, it hurts.
The carousel just stopped.
Still, people passing by.
Toddler, teens, adult…
Married, single, committed..
Friends, partner, family..
How come I feel alone…

My nails’ almost done, all clean and looking good..
The carousel moves again, round and round…
Still, people passing by.
Toddler, teens, adult..
Married, single, committed..
Friends, partner, family..
Then someone came, looking at me..
There you are, my dear, let’s go home…

Advertisements

Watch “Kelly McGonigal: How to make stress your friend” on YouTube


Kelly McGonigal: How to make stress your friend: http://youtu.be/RcGyVTAoXEU

I’m supposed to be sleeping right now. But, recently, I’m enjoying listening to youtube videos that show talks from great speakers etc. Talks about life, love and all.

This one’s by far the best speech I’ve heard. She emphasized how stress can be helpful to us. And that is by how you think of it in a positive way. Her words are so meaningful that it creates a whole lot of positivity in me. This will help you understand how our thoughts become a powerful tool in making us enjoy life and be the best that we can be – emotionally and socially.

Hear it and I hope it lets you feel the same way it did to me. This is too great not to share to all of you.

Like I Said, Would You?


Like I said, I’m doing good.
Like I said, everything’s alright.

Sometimes people tend to dig your words too deep that would let you either take their shovel and put it in their mouth or just let them do what they want as they open you up and try to take part of what’s inside of you.

Like I said, everything’s alright.
Like I said, I’m doing good.

It’s not bad to let them be a part of you. It’s not bad to be reserved too. With all these, it’s a matter of the word TRUST. The choice is yours to make. Would you let them in? Or would you just take it all in… on your own?

Like I said, I’m doing good.
Like I said, everything’s alright.

Hey, would you like to hear me out tonight?