The “I want you” is still there… Fml.
I wanna go visit home for a week in June, just get away from this place but I’m not sure I’ll be able to. Well I could… I have $150 in my bank and a friend would be hitching a ride so she would be paying for half possibly. I’m hoping I will be able to donate plasma for the next three weeks to get some cash. Tay is having her bridal shower in San Diego, so obviously I want to be able to attend that… I wanna see my family and friends too… Idk, just wanna get away and be where I feel loved.
The reason why I loved 500 Days of Summer so much is because it portrays our search for love in a realistic manner. We may fall in love with someone, thinking it will last, but for whatever reasons (petty or significant) it doesn’t and we’re forced to move on. We start to despise everything we once loved so much about that person because it’s painful for us to accept the fact that they will never be ours… And to cope, we turn the object of love into something we hate. We undergo the 7 stages of grief, then at some unexpected point… We run into the person we will have a better chance at love with… It is a rarity that the guy changes for the girl (or vice versa) to keep their love/relationship going… This is a distortion expressed in most romance novels and movies. So the time will come where you will fall in love and things will fall into place like they never had before.
Perfect aftercare - that so easily leads to a new round…
Essentially, the 7 deadly sins are just aspects of the depraved human ego that can turn into a form of addiction or compulsive psychological disorders. That is why they are considered deadly, because they disrupt the mind, body, and if you will, the soul.
Most of the time they’re missing just one of the most essential things I need… Religious/spiritual understanding and support…. But it’s an odd thing because they hardly realize that the qualities the like most about me derive from that belief I have, it has molded me into a better person and continues on… And all I want is for that journey to be taken as two.
this says “Tanhaye Shab” meaning the “Lonely at Night” or “Solitary Night”. This is said about lovers when they are not together or the broken heart.