Sacrifice to them means loss in a world telling us we can have it all. But I believe true sacrifice is victory, because it requires our free will to give-up something or someone you love for something or someone you love more than your self. I won’t lie to you, it’s a gamble, sacrfice won’t take away the pain of loss, but it wins the battle against bitterness. The bitterness that dims the light on all that is of true value in our lives.
i don’t want to draw lines of exact
angles, lengths and curves anymore
hindi ko kelangan ang angle of inclination
sa pag-tuhog ng pishbol sa stick
hindi na ginagamitan ang paglagay ng isaw sa stick
ng french curve para maging exact ang
kurba ng kinakain mong isaw
hindi mo na kelangan ng compass
para maging perfect circle nga ang pizza mo
that night i would want to run on my cinderella dress
be all alone in this dark alley
although you were my last dance,
it didn’t turn out to be those fairy tales i imagined
I loooove this. Inspired by James Morisson’s “Please Don’t Stop The Rain”
Which was the song i was listening to a while ago.
Painting by Jaimee Jam Victoria.
Casey: I’m with Max. He’s perfect. He loves me and I love him. He gave up grad school for me. Why can’t you find someone who’s perfect for you?
Cappie: Because no other girl in the world compares to you. Kinda hard to believe right?
Casey: It’s old habit
Cappie: Old habit? Like having great time with each other? Knowing each other better than we know ourselves? What does that tell you?
Casey: Well I guess it tells me that we can’t be friends
Miss Elizabeth, I have struggled in vain and I can bear it no longer. These past months have been torment. I came to Rosings with the single object of seeing you.. I had to see you. I have fight against my better judgement, my family’s expectations, the inferiority of your birth by rank and circumstances. All these things I am willing to put aside and ask you to end my agony
Cecilia Tallis: What was in the version I was meant to read?
Robbie Turner: Don’t know… it was more formal, and less…
Cecilia Tallis: Anatomical?
Robbie Turner: Yes.
Angelique had cursed me to be a vampire, so that my suffering would never end.