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I was quiet, but I was not blind.
Fanny Price, Mansfield Parki    (via schlafwandel)

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Anugerah Terindah Yang Pernah Kumiliki
— Sheila On 7

The first time I heard thing song was years ago when I was in my early teens (oh my I’m ancient) when my parents bought a new cellphone from Nokia and they were giving out a container with a mini CD that has a list of five songs. They had three English songs, a Chinese song, and this. Back then when CD players were a thing, I used to fit this mini CD in and just play this track. I’m not sure why back then.

But now that I am somewhat older, listening to this makes me feel thankful. The title literally means The Most Beautiful Gift I Ever Had. This song has been around for 15 years, and each time my music player randomly plays this song, I would stop my train of thoughts, listen to the lyrics, and thought of those who are dear to me. Each and every single time.

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When you consider things like the stars, our affairs don’t seem to matter very much, do they?
Virginia Woolf

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#shinjuku #tokyo (à 高島屋 新宿店 (Takashimaya))

#shinjuku #tokyo (à 高島屋 新宿店 (Takashimaya))

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Richard Siken, “Straw House, Straw Dog”

Richard Siken, “Straw House, Straw Dog”

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Depressed people make themselves miserable and neurotic people make others miserable.
Hosie, Willemyns, & Sevastos (2012)

The only reason I haven’t broke down in missing home and my family is because as I caught myself thinking about them and how I miss them all, I shy away from that topic in my head, and think of something else abruptly.

Closing your eyes isn’t going to change anything. Nothing’s going to disappear just because you can’t see what’s going on. In fact, things will even be worse the next time you open your eyes. That’s the kind of world we live in. Keep your eyes wide open. Only a coward closes his eyes. Closing your eyes and plugging up your ears won’t make time stand still.
Haruki Murakami, Kafka on the Shore

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Willie Doherty - Out of Body, 2010

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