The Thin Line

I’m broken and completely wrecked. I tried to walk away. Yet, he refuses to let me go. And no matter how much I resist him we both know that what lies between us will always stay.


I am no martyr
I tried to be numb with the pain but to no avail
His silence is deafening.
But once he opened his mouth,
You don’t want to listen.
He’s always near but seems so far
He’s drifting away
His heart had gone astray

Once in my life, I came to a point where I have to choose between holding on and letting go. The collision of these two is too painful and seems unbearable, I am on the verge of giving up.  As far as I know, I’ve done too much for someone that the next step to do is to stop. Walk away, move on…

*i don’t own this

Every inch of me is telling me to let go, be kind to myself. This is actually the right thing for me to do but I can’t. Please don’t ask me why, I cannot put my answer into words. I even hate myself for my inability to stand to what my mind is telling me and I despise the fact that until now I can’t let go of all the things that we’ve been through, things that made me extremely happy, things that made my life worthwhile. These are worth fighting for. Undeniable.

When I am almost over him that’s when he’d say, let’s start all over again. How can I refuse?

I still love him…


Weekly Quotes To Ponder 2

Hello, people of the internet! Time for our weekly quote reflections. I’m so excited to write and share my thoughts about this quote:


My professor in Economics once told us that ‘human wants is insatiable’ and I do agree with him. When a man is discontent, he wants more, more, and more. His desire can never be satisfied and hence he will never feel happiness.

Happiness is a mental or emotional state of well-being defined by positive or pleasant emotions ranging from contentment to intense joy.

I do believe that the real key to happiness is contentment. When one is contented with what he have, he would make the most of it because he do understand that what he got is all he ever need. It’s natural that if someone is satisfied with something, tendencies are to feel appreciative and elated. Thus, all positive thoughts and gestures follows. Smiles will be sweeter, faces will be radiant, and kindness will overflow.

We don’t really need to chase happiness because it is actually a choice, it comes from within us and it’s a gift from God. For me, simple things can make me happy, seeing my children smiling and knowing that they’re doing well with their life is just an example. How about you? What makes you happy? Are you making the most of what you have in this life? I would appreciate it if you would leave a comment.