October 2008

unorganized thoughtsadmin on 22 Oct 2008 12:33 am

If you decided that your love failed, was it because you thought that it won’t last or was it because you felt it was not enough? And if you can answer that, is one of the reasons/justifications better than the other?

Are you already the person you want to be? If you are already not the person you want to be, why is it so damn hard to be that person you want to be?

Could it be that I am not on your lawn, but that your lawn is under my feet? What if I had a sign that read: “Keep your lawn off from under my feet”?

Is the amount a person is in your life equal to the amount that the person is not when no longer around?

organized thoughtsadmin on 14 Oct 2008 11:14 pm

I think the emphasis should be on the word “our”….

things that make me worry

unorganized thoughtsadmin on 14 Oct 2008 10:59 pm

When you meet someone you think you love, ask yourself this: Are you falling in love or do you love?

The trouble with “falling in love” is that very often one ends up following the 3-step-process:

Step 1: I think I am falling in love with you

Step 2: I think you are perfect

Step 3: Now change so that I will love you forever.

If you are shooting for love, its seems better to love than to fall in love.