I’ve been wondering, why life sometimes is so boring. The other day, some random person on twitter told me life ain’t boring. It’s how you see life that makes life interesting or boring. I always knew the small things in life are the ones that matter most. Lately, I think I had started to ignore that. Until this happened:
I haven’t seen a butterfly for years now. And seeing this made me so happy, and feel all warm and fuzzy inside. Sigh. A butterfly in my own room, on the lampshade. I don’t know where it came from, and I don’t know where it went but I feel like it represented a miracle that I’ve been waiting for so long to happen.
After yesterday’s class (that turned so philosophical, and so the hashtags #ilovemyclass on twitter) in which we discussed and talked so much about how the mind works, I really must revert back to my old ideologies, I think I was lost in this materialistic world somewhere, like a friend of mine said he has “lost his soul to the corporate world”. You know, it’s not all that bad.
Because happiness is a state of mind 🙂
There’s always those fucked up days, where you don’t want to hear from anybody because all they do is annoy you, and depress you. It sucks that this is a cycle, there’s always good days and then there’s bad days, and worse days… and good days again. People ask why good things come to an end, but does no one really appreciate that bad days come to an end too? If good days didn’t end, bad days wouldn’t either. What would you do then? Life is a full circle.
f22, 2secs, 23mm, without a tripod, monochrome
Like my best friend says, “You win some, you lose some.”
Buried under the weight of the world. This is a sensitive time for both you and I. Let’s play it out safe and sound, before we fall back into that ocean and drown. It seems the right thing to do, it’s just me and you, we’ll be fine… because there’s nothin’ else we can ever be.
From my rhyme “three years”
It’s when you lose things in life, you understand their true value.
Life teaches you a lot of lessons, and through those you only realize that you do, indeed, have true friends.
A boat in the foreground, me in the background.
photocredits: judy james
There is always this one thing you think “I must do!”
This is my thing.
Bits and pieces of my life shared through my artistic vision (you can beg to differ if you like). Through the lens of my Canon 500D. My most prized possession as of now.
Here’s to the beginning:
Light Painting. 1″, f 5, ISO 1600, 41mm.