"I hope you find someone who makes flowers grow in even the saddest parts of you."
To judge or not to judge?
Do you know why people hate being judged? I think it’s because they subconsciously know what it’s like TO judge. So give empathy and understanding a try. Make the world a nicer place.
A dose of kindness
Strolling in the park that cold, gloomy day she came by a weathered-looking bench. Dusk was fast approaching and dark clouds overhead hinted at an oncoming storm. Instead of heading home, she decided she’d sit awhile on the bench. The girl felt a sort of affinity for the bench as she tilted her face skyward and felt the first few drops of rain hit her face. She smoothed her hand along the seat of the bench, traced the indentations in the wood where someone had carved an indescipherable pattern. After some time, she unfurled her umbrella and adjusted her legs, bringing them to rest upon the bench in a cross-legged position. The rain grew steadily heavier as she watched people scurry past, seeking shelter from the onslaught of rain. Still she did not leave. Instead, she sat there, listening to the sound of raindrops as they hit the vinyl canopy of her umbrella.
The rain had lightened to a drizzle and the lampposts were lit when the girl finally got up. Wishing the bench farewell, she headed for home, bathed in the cold light of the moon.
P.S. I Love You
#p.s. i love you
#so many feels
I’ve heard a lot about how P.S. I Love You is an amazing movie. A must-watch, if you will. But every time I watch the trailer I just can’t make myself watch it. I know for a fact that I’ll get too emotionally involved and will probably be bothered by it for days. Just too many feels, y’know? How am I going to handle TFiOS?