“I had insecurities and fears like everybody does, and I got over it. But I was interested in the parts of me that struggled with those things.” — Philip Seymour Hoffman
:( Mr. Hoffman :(
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Last night, I re-read a story that I have made and published from my first book.
And then, I cried.
I just don’t know why.
I think I’m on my midnight emotional breakdown point.
I started thinking about all of those what-ifs. About the past. About the time that has flown so high.
I was worried about a lot of things last night. About changes that has gripped every inch of my soul recently.
I think about all of those goodbyes that I never meant.
I think about all of the people who have left me behind.
I think about all of the people who have gone and never coming back.
They are like streaks of beautiful clouds that I wish to recollect and treasure.
But we could not change the clouds from disappearing.
I remember what my sister said about farewells and goodbyes, and all the pain that will be appeared in the future.
"Everyone will leave. Sooner or later. Brave enough or not. They will leave."
What she meant was when people have chosen a path to leave the people they love for greater good. But they will eventually coming back again to us.
What about if they won’t coming back?
And brave enough or not, I never prepared for goodbyes and the pain after that. And I always want them to come back.
That’s my flaw. And I wish I could recover from it.
"TALKING HEADS" (GADAJACE GLOWY): a short documentary, directed by Krzysztof Kieslowski in 1980, turns a simple idea into a masterpiece: ordinary people of different age and background in Poland were asked 3 simple questions. Their spontaneous responses reveal the way they see life…
Part 1: “WHO ARE YOU?”: A difficult question with a simple answer…
I am that I am