Monday, September 06, 2010

Pictures

Pictures can make you smile, make you laugh, make you think, make you regret, surprise you, make you sad, make you cry and make you feel all the feelings you can imagine. It frames the past, shows how you were in the past or capture you in present for the future. It's nice to take photos, but at the same time it can be dangerous too for those who mustn't see. Pictures can make people do crazy things out of happiness or vice versa, jealousy or sadness.

Also pictures may become the only thing left for those people who have lost their loved ones - grandma, grandpa, dad, mom, sisters, brothers, friends or love. People live their lives and pass away - that's life. Some in a very unfortunate accidents or some from old age or incurable disease and sickness.

I think people who die, they are somewhat lucky, because the people who are left behind alive become the most unluckiest and miserable people ever. To feel someone to be missing from your life forever is a feeling that can't be cured. Time will heal, people say, but it really doesn't. Families and friends who are left on Earth always get hurt and emotionally or psychology damaged, because a single picture from the past can make them cry and ruin their whole day or weeks. It is not about been weak or not strong, but it's simply a broken love - a love that can't be expressed to the deceased but crying after them. It is very sad, yes. But that's life.

For those people who are damaged by loss, i write this to you, because it's a feeling that we all share - emptiness. When you miss someone, nothing can make you feel better. You'll always miss him or her - because they can't come back from dead. Chocolate and sweets, which usually cheer me up from anything when i was a kid, no longer does the trick. A hug from a relative, friends and family makes it even worse, because you cry even more. People say cry it all out, and i did, but it never finishes, tears never finish! Tears can come out on and on and on and on. It's amazing. It will come out as long as you're breathing! Psychiatrists say share how you feel to your family and friends, but really?

Everyone wonders, what's the point of living if you just die anyway? You eat, drink, pee, poop, sleep, shower, go to school, go to work, get a family and get old with her or him, and die from age if you're lucky and healthy. So, is it love? To love and be loved is the point of living? What's your point of living? To have a successful career? To be respected by all? Get wealthy? Find a true love? So 6.8 billion people on earth are just looking for love, good job and career, and why so many single, lonely people all around the world? Why so many unemployed sad people on the street? Why so many divorced, drunk and suicidal people who has work? How can we satisfy 6.8 billion people? You simply can't. You may make a world a better place, maybe, but it's impossible to satisfy all. Because some things that makes people happy, always makes another mad and sad. There's always a two sides of the story.

It's just that why people are so horrible and mean to one another? They smile to their face, but badmouth them on their back. Where did the trust one another and i can't find the word, oh, morality go? Waiters and waitresses cheating one another with tips or fighting over tips (it's just a money!) or people fighting for a queue or children stealing and wasting or partying with their parents savings. I'm not trying to be Dalai Lama, but seriously, just be nice to a person passing by. Say sorry if you bump into their shoulders and just wave atleast. Be nice. There's no point of making other people's lives horrible, just because yours is not perfect. Accept what you've got and accept who you are, and be happy with what you've got or try to improve yourselves, instead of dragging down another person who is succeeding a little. Support one another, and support comes back to you. A single, horrible move of you represents WHO. YOU. ARE. Remember that. So think before you say anything 'small' or do anything mean to someone. That just shows how small you are, how little your world is and how little your future becomes. Stand tall and be tall (it's a metaphor, you don't have to be tall to stand tall, if you're short, you still can stand the tallest you can atleast :P)

I'm just writing for the sake of people who are sick and tired of being nice to annoying people. Don't change who you are. Don't be horrible, just because others are horrible to you. Just walk away.

And once again, pictures can remind you of people whom you've disliked and loved, but capture them nevertheless because that's all you get, pictures and memories, when you get old.

I've lived with my grandparents my whole childhood and grew up playing cards with grandmas and chess with grandpas, so i sometimes think like one. It's crazy.

Anyways, hope you all have a nice day.

You've just be batzuled.
Cheers,
B.

7 comments:

  1. Zula, I think that this world we live in, where people bullshit one another to bring themselves advantage, who try to profit from other's misery is mainly like this because the system we live in encourages and sometimes even drives them to lose their morality, essentially selling it for social/financial "advantage". But what kind of advantage can you get if you bullshit people? Money won't bring happiness if you can't share it with others, if you can't use it to help those in need. It's pretty sad, and I think it's to a large part like this because of the societies we live in. "Survival of the fittest", "Eat or be eaten". That is what brings us all down and causes such unhappiness. I'm sure you know that sensation when you meet somebody who appreciates you as you are because in the end, we're all the same. In order to make this world a better place it's already enough if you as a person cultivate that compassion for others, because it can inspire people. So yeah, keep lovin'

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  2. chinii angli hel uneheer sain yum. Cham shig sain heltei bolmoor bn.Angli hel herhen ingej sain sursan know how-aa nariiwchilan bidtei huwaaltsaj tuslaach :)

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  3. great post!!

    Everyone wonders, what's the point of living if you just die anyway? You eat, drink, pee, poop, sleep, shower, go to school, go to work, get a family and get old with her or him, and die from age if you're lucky and healthy. So, is it love? To love and be loved is the point of living? What's your point of living? To have a successful career? To be respected by all? Get wealthy? Find a true love? So 6.8 billion people on earth are just looking for love, good job and career, and why so many single, lonely people all around the world? Why so many unemployed sad people on the street? Why so many divorced, drunk and suicidal people who has work? How can we satisfy 6.8 billion people? You simply can't. You may make a world a better place, maybe, but it's impossible to satisfy all. Because some things that makes people happy, always makes another mad and sad. There's always a two sides of the story.

    -Above was the best part!!

    Take care and blog more ;) !!

    Best wishes,

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  4. thank you! it means a lot to me, your feedbacks

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  5. And Anonymous, there's no big science behind it - just practice! Maybe i'll post something later. Keep updated then :D

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  6. Just stumbled upon your blog...and loved your posts. Your English is very good I must say.

    The sincerity is just oozing from you girl (from your posts).

    There are many fools* out there, try to make you feel bad, and there are occasions that we let those fools* drag us down to their level. But hey you should rise above them all (always!).

    As for losing loved one (s) forever, there are actually no words. You go party, laugh with friends, have fun and get on with your life...but those we lost will always be there, deep in our hearts. But once you over mourning (which takes awful lot of time or... never) you always go back and remember the good times and laughs you shared with them.

    Enough with my rambling, and keep posting pal!

    Undra

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  7. Wow, this is deep. Very touching. Brought tears to my eyes...

    You seem like a brave young girl. Goodluck with everything, and keep writing!

    Laura

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