Archive for January, 2009

Amazing.

“She moved on, stop torturing yourself, stop hurting yourself. Accept it.”

I was there, she chose otherwise. I lost, I will find it again. I can’t help but wait. Until I can truly say and feel amazing…

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January 30, 2009 at 11:59 am Leave a comment

Remember to Always Learn.

Read an SMS from Dyana at around 3am this morning…it’s hard to be in a relationship without trust. It’s impossible actually.

“I still make the same mistakes…”. Don’t. Learn and move on.

Cherish the great moments that you had with him, believe that they were true and sincere, what you had will always be there. But remember to always learn.

January 30, 2009 at 11:56 am Leave a comment

Waiting For…

“…trying to figure someone out takes up a lot of energy.”
– Greg Behrendt

“Don’t waste the pretty.”
– Greg Behrendt

Yes. The author of “he’s not just into you”. A dear friend of mine lent it to me.

I asked: “Have you learned a lot from it?”

She answers: “I still make the same mistakes. What chapter are you reading now? He’s not that into you if he’s breaking up with you? I’ve read that a few times already (looks at me and smiles). And he’s not that into you if he’s disappeared on you? That too (smiles again). (Looks into the mirror, doing her makeup, still with that smile) I still remain hopeful.”

But for how long? We consciously use the people that care for us most, people who still hope, who still hang on. We use them for the comfort, the safety net and for the company. But what do we offer them in return?

January 30, 2009 at 11:54 am Leave a comment

Waiting For…

“…trying to figure someone out takes up a lot of energy.”
– Greg Behrendt

“Don’t waste the pretty.”
– Greg Behrendt

Yes. The author of “he’s not just into you”. A dear friend of mine lent it to me.

I asked: “Have you learned a lot from it?”

She answers: “I still make the same mistakes. What chapter are you reading now? He’s not that into you if he’s breaking up with you? I’ve read that a few times already (looks at me and smiles). And he’s not that into you if he’s disappeared on you? That too (smiles again). (Looks into the mirror, doing her makeup, still with that smile) I still remain hopeful.”

But for how long? We consciously use the people that care for us most, people who still hope, who still hang on. We use them for the comfort, the safety net and for the company. But what do we offer them in return?

January 30, 2009 at 11:54 am Leave a comment

You Don’t See Me…

When you think you’re about to be fine, when you think everything is going to be ok, you get blind sided…again.

You become stupid, and hope for answers.

You rush to hope and slam into a wall of silence. Deafening silence. You break out into a cold sweat, butterflies in your gut, in your chest. Your mind races but there’s nothing there but silence.

How many times can you endure the anxious wait? How many times until you realize, she’s not there.

January 30, 2009 at 11:53 am Leave a comment

Time to Heal.

One More Chance! I think almost everyone could relate hahaha I think I’m Trisha and Popoy rolled into one! Surprisingly, I didn’t find my tears…

So many things that I want to know, to ask, to tell you…I’m realizing now that no amount of words said or written can make things better for you or better for me. I was looking for an outlet but this should stop here. This should stop. The chapter is done, and everything that follows. I wish I was everything you wanted. I’m happy for you.

Be whole, be well…just breathe. Time for change, for growth. It’s time for me to wake up. It’s time to heal.

January 30, 2009 at 11:52 am Leave a comment

Passion Pride Family

Passion Pride Family started out as my internal concepts and values that I believe transcend through our Lifetime. Values that you realize in hindsight, or aspire to, or currently living by. This is what these words mean to me.

Don’t lose your Passion. Sustenance for the tired body, energy for the weakened spirit…Passion, with focused reason, fuels the desire to achieve goals, dreams, and allows us to hang on during ‘impossible’ times in life. Passion makes the good life better.

Have Pride in what you do. Look people straight in the eye with a smile that radiates competence and intelligence. Walk straight, upright, with a purpose.

Never forget Family. It takes a conscious effort to build one’s family, whether bonded by blood, experiences, emotions, or the pull and attraction of our soul’s gravities. The relationships that we keep and nourish, the people who we genuinely care for and love, people who we consider as…Family.

January 30, 2009 at 11:49 am Leave a comment

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