Humans are neither truly good nor truly evil, but are many different combinations of both.
It was summer. It was fun. And for the first time after a long while I started feeling right again. Not like before, no. But not too wrong either.
Just when everything seems to be making sense, just when my life seems to be going along a great track, my heart l told me to go the opposite direction and I did the most human thing in the world. Overthink. For months.
"As if you do not care whether your heart will melt or crumble in the process because your brief courage undoes your tremendous fear of disbelief."
There is no real order to life. We try to give it one. Actually, we try very hard. But just think about all the plans we made that didn't happen. Think of the many times life shook us up everytime we start thinking that we have things figured out.
This post contains spoilers. Just a heads up for those who haven't read the book or watched the movie. It's been a while since I've written about a book I've read and I figured that this book just seems fitting for this month. So, I'm now putting my carefully hidden hopeless romantic streak on full … Continue reading The Rarity That is The Time Traveler’s Wife
Since it's February, let's keep up with the theme, shall we? I write a lot. And one of the things I like writing are letters. This month, I wrote a love letter that I decided to post here instead of sending by individual snail mail because I think it applies to every one, and not … Continue reading A Love Letter
Being that it's February and love is in the air, let me tell you a story. It's a love story, in a way, probably just not what’s expected. While I was having lunch early this week, I was sitting at a table beside a middle-aged woman, a guy who looked to be in his 20's, … Continue reading Of Love, Survival, and Finding Comfort
I am a fan of love stories, which should be obvious based on the number of Nora Roberts' books I've read. But while I appreciate happy-ever-afters, I absolutely adore stories like this one by Robert James Waller. A quick run through (and a mini-spoiler): it is about two people who met and fell in … Continue reading The Bridges of Madison County