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Day Dreams of Love
My thoughts on love began their story in my early teens.  Never having had a girlfriend, I never knew what love was.  I longed to understand what the hype was all about.

As time flew by, my brooding over the matter only intensified.  I began observing people, I taught myself to understand people.  It was a long foray into an in-depth analysis of the human mind.

Baby steps merged into longer strides of understanding, I began to notice patterns emerging.  Patterns that though simple in their isolated essence, tended to writhe and mingle with other patterns to form complex wholes.

I grew older, I began to notice a distinct lack of a strong emotion in my self.  It was'nt comfortable in the least.  I wanted to know what it was like, but still, it eluded me.

I would often visit coffee pubs and places of human congregation.  Time in those places slowed down in my eyes, enough to allow my mind to draw up the necessary linkages between patterns and their resulting designs.

I can't remember when this compulsive analysis turned into a kind of second nature with me.  I would walk into a room full of people and be able to identify almost perfectly, the relationship between any given couple of individuals.

I could see in colors that my eyes had never seen before, the manner in which people, as individuals, would allow or disallow certain others into their psychographic dominion.

It all seemed to fascinating, and I was soon lost in the turbulence of the field.  I began to dig my toes into the sand at some point in time, when I realized that I was still left behind in the race to love.

Strangely, as much as it bothered me, I never once went out of my way to indulge in this cornucopia of feelings and emotions.  I'll admit freely that I was genuinely drawn to it, but for some reason that I am at an inability to place a finger upon, I never got around to stepping onto the bandwagon with the rest of my friends.

While all this was going on, I noticed that my friends who seemed like shadows of a sworn enemy, flitted in and out of relationships that, they claimed, were expressions of love.  I knew better.

I watched as I silently forecast their inevitable realization of the lack of love in their relationships and stood as a bystander as their relationships crumbled and fell like soft baked cookies under the weight of an iron smiths anvil.

It must have been around this time that some of my friends began to notice my ability to scan and analyze people from a distance.  They were the people who unknowingly got me to step into a deeper reality that I had'nt even dreamt of, existed before.

I began to help them with their relationships, I'd give them advice, playing agony uncle for a long time.  It seemed like an inevitable next-step ofcourse, but life did'nt end there.

Soon, I was playing people off of each other, I could correctly analyse people and place situations in their way so as to bring about a specific end result.  It was'nt hard, but it had it's fair shares worth of an impact on the lives of the people involved as well as my abilities that later surfaced.

Soon, I discovered the ability to use my skills of psychographic perception and manipulation to force individuals to do things that they would never have done on their own impulses.

I could frame an individual and force his mind along a predefined path.  All patched out in my own mind.  Initially, it took a lot of brain power and It seemed to me to be something of an impractical method.  But I was utterly wrong.

Today, I am capable of just wishing to perform an intervention, and I do the rest on pure intuition.  It's grown its roots so deep into my system, that I am able to scan a mind, perceive its trajectory, draw in another personality, combine, mix and merge the individual paths into a specific design, create and introduce specific interventions, apply everything, and so, manipulate people into new individuals.

No, I don't claim to be able to do anything others can't do.  I just claim to have found a way to do it.  People worry about ethics and morals.  If I don't use my learnt abilities to manipulate my environment and the people who live in it, I'd still be affecting them, I'd still be making changes to their reality.

This kind of intervention can be a good or a bad thing.  But seriously speaking, it's impossible to decide on anything.  People are manipulating others every single day.

Why should my intervention be regarded under a different domain?  After all, the only difference is that I know what I'm doing and how to do it.  Most others just do it without realizing it.

Some advice for the younger readers, if there's anything you truly believe in, you'll get there one day.  If you have the will to do something, you can.  just stick by your path.  And if you are able to get yourself moving, soon, you'll have more than what you bargained for.  :)

Kaydeeyoh!

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(no subject) - crabbycool - Dec. 2nd, 2004 06:55 am (UTC)
angiasaa wrote:
Dec. 2nd, 2004 07:38 am (UTC)
'Scared' is not the right word. I've been concerned about obvious repercussions to my own psyche from seeing things that I might see, but which I have no wish to see.

They say that with great power comes great responsibility. I would'nt call this a power, it's more of an acquired ability. It took me years to get to to where I currently am, and in all this while, I have faced many an unnerving situation.

I've observed that there are times when mystery can be a beautiful thing in itself. With what I have, mystery is a rare occurrence where personalities are involved. I miss out on all the fun.

Coming to something a little more serious, there have been times, when I would like to go blind, to see things for myself by gentle heart-warming probing. For me, it's not possible. I can't choose to not know how someone would react. It's naturally disarming.

My personal life has perhaps payed the greatest price for this. I prefer to stay within my own world, I rarely interact with the people around me. Most of my friends can be counted against the fingers on my hands.

It's almost eerie. :(

This split wish/dream is something that plagues me most of the time.

The sad thing is that I am able to use my abilities over the net as well. Whether a person tells the truth or lies about something, it does'nt matter. I can still make adjustments in my perception to derive an almost perfect interpretation of the individuals psychological personality.

A lot of people get scared when they learn of my abilities. It's not a very social ability if you know what I mean....

I don't feel scared of it though.... It has it's good points, but it has just as many bad points to its credit. In short, It makes no difference at th end of the day. I'm just more tired than a normal person would be without what I have.

Kaydeeyoh!
(no subject) - hithaz - Dec. 3rd, 2004 02:01 am (UTC)
(no subject) - angiasaa - Dec. 3rd, 2004 03:27 am (UTC)
sticky_toffee wrote:
Dec. 2nd, 2004 07:22 am (UTC)
It's all about give or take. What you gain from a meeting with someone is what sticks in to your mind, whether it be a susbtance, a feeling, a peice of knowledge.
We manage our lives, or at least we hope we do. hehe. We do not know everything... but intuition and gut feeling is what drives us sometimes to do things. It is belief in ourselves.
angiasaa wrote:
Dec. 2nd, 2004 07:43 am (UTC)
:o) Frankly, I would'nt like the idea that I am not in control of my life. Worse yet, would be the idea that I think I am in control of my life, but there's actually someone else who's predicting my moves and making decisions for me. someone who could do what they please and I would follow their plans like I was constructed for that purpose, and that purpose alone!

I know that I'm not alone with such feelings. Sadly, almost everyone I interact with tends to be the subject of an intricate puppet show. I can and often do write or rewrite their scripts. Telling them what to say, making them do what I want them to do, all the time, the do so believing that they are in full control of their lives....

It's perhaps shocking to some, but for me, I really don't know. It's like I practice exactly the opposite of what I would ideally preach.

Do unto others and you would have them do unto you.... It's not so in this case.... Sad, but true....
(no subject) - sticky_toffee - Dec. 4th, 2004 05:42 am (UTC)
(no subject) - angiasaa - Dec. 4th, 2004 09:05 am (UTC)
(no subject) - sticky_toffee - Dec. 7th, 2004 02:16 am (UTC)
(no subject) - angiasaa - Dec. 8th, 2004 07:25 pm (UTC)
(no subject) - sticky_toffee - Dec. 14th, 2004 02:44 am (UTC)
(no subject) - angiasaa - Dec. 14th, 2004 07:17 pm (UTC)
alexli wrote:
Dec. 2nd, 2004 08:53 am (UTC)
have you ever thought of it not as an ability but as a sensitivity?
I more believe of it to be the great love you carry in you and your desire what makes you do the things you do.
I kinda know from my experience what you mean, I used to do that subonsciously too choose my friends who'd be near me. I'd even thought before, that H. was capable of hurting and that it would be awful. The people I once trusted haven't dis-proofed me. Even tho something went wrong in the way.
I'm still in hell.

I hope you find your desire.
angiasaa wrote:
Dec. 2nd, 2004 10:53 am (UTC)
Yes, perhaps yu could call it sensitivity. But it's still something that I have developed over a period of time.... I guess sensitivity can also be developed in the same way too.... :) So it might be more appropriate to refer to it as "sensitivity". :o)

As far as love is concerned, there are so many angles to it, I have never been able to shake off the wonder that it is engulfed by in my mind.... Not that I'd like to ever do that, but it's still intriguing....

Love has brought me so far, I'm sure it'll take me much further in different angles. It might change form or manifest itself in different ways, but as far as I can see, it'll always be a part of who and what I am. :)

There are a lot of things that we are subconsciously capable of. There are a lot of things that we do subconsciously, but due to the effect that the world around us has on us, we are'nt really in touch with that side of ourselves and we tend to ignore it. I trained myself to tap into this channel and I'm sure that most everybody else can as well.... They just need to want to.

Regarding H, it's a part of the past really, but as long as it stands, the fact that you had the _feeling_ that something was about to happen, it can be asumed that you did get in touch with your inner self there.

You knew from intuitive perception, and that's really a good thing. For good or bad, it's always nice to know that you have found a part of yourself yu never even knew that you had. :)

Lots of things go wrong in life.... And most of the time, it's due to the action of many people, together. As long as you _believe_ in yourself, no one can ever take anything from you. :o)

I hope I find my desire too. :) Thankyou!

F.F.E.A.E., and Kaydeeyoh!
thelightening wrote:
Dec. 2nd, 2004 01:03 pm (UTC)
I think this ability can actually bring you closer to people than driving you away.
It is not a very plesant thought that people can actually influence you and change and control your lives. But it's upto to allow it or not and to what extent.
Manipulator can be manipulated too you know. :-P

Manipulation is not a bad or unethical thing to do. If the people get manipulated, it's their stupidity. No one promised them that the world is going to be a cake walk. It's their 'inability' to understand and perceive what they can see is happening and what REALLY is happening around them and the lack of common sense to distinguish between the two.

And i agree with you there, where there is a will, there is a way. Nothing is impossible.

Cheers!

angiasaa wrote:
Dec. 3rd, 2004 03:31 am (UTC)
Now that's the kind of an argument that qualifies in my book of verse. :o) It's the reason I have'nt killed myself in frustration already. :)

If they get manipulated, it's not my fault, it's theirs.

The manipulator can be manipulated too, I agree. But it's easily detectable. Infact, it's sometimes necessary to have countless sub-cycles of plots running on each individual so as to nullify anything they might do that is outside of the variables I've decided to let them have as of now. :)

Yet, whatever arguments we might throw into the picture, it is nevertheless of value to note that people, in general, can't stand to be in such a position where they are left out of the process while others just make them do stuff. They hate it when they see how stupid they are.... :o)

Kaydeeyoh!
(no subject) - thelightening - Dec. 3rd, 2004 02:42 pm (UTC)
(no subject) - angiasaa - Dec. 4th, 2004 09:29 am (UTC)
vaguelyalive wrote:
Dec. 2nd, 2004 09:25 pm (UTC)
Pah, that was like reading Catcher in the Rye mixed with the beginning of Steppenwolf by Herman Hesse. Quite creepy. Expand that into a book and you'll prolly get a Booker or something. Seriously, they all love dark, brooding stuff like this.

I began to help them with their relationships, I'd give them advice, playing agony uncle for a long time.

Ack, I do that all the time, inspite of the fact that I've not had any personal experience on the love-shmuv front...how odd. But most of my friends turn to me as far as their 'romantic'[insert eye roll here] goes. How weird. And ironic(?).
angiasaa wrote:
Dec. 3rd, 2004 03:38 am (UTC)
Catcher in the Rye mixed with the beginning of Steppenwolf by Herman Hesse

believe it or not, I've never read those books. The second one, I have'nt even heard of. :oP Still, I think I should. If it's got anything like this in it, I ought to have checked it out years ago. :)

A book? :oP That's an interesting suggestion, but I really don't see why anyone would wanna sit around and read through 600 pages of this kind of stuff. Besides, I ain't chweet or photogenic enough to go on the back cover. :o)

helping others is a talent. :o) Hmmmm.... Perhaps the two of us should get together one day and write a self-help advice book. :o) With our experience, we'd make Nagasaki look like a 'pataka'. lol!

Hmmm.... Kaydeeyoh!
(no subject) - vaguelyalive - Dec. 4th, 2004 03:14 am (UTC)
(no subject) - angiasaa - Dec. 4th, 2004 08:41 am (UTC)
luv_serendipity wrote:
Dec. 3rd, 2004 07:53 am (UTC)
Observer....
Hmmm..its good to observe ppl... But do you ever try to observe yourself by stepping outside your own shoes. Somehow that's always harder to do. When you are in a "sticky" situation yourself and u try to observe that situation from a third person perspective...then only u find a rational solution to it.
angiasaa wrote:
Dec. 3rd, 2004 10:24 am (UTC)
Re: Observer....
I do it all the time. From a very young age, I realized that there was more to the world than mere perception. That's (unfortunately) generally biased and more specifically, not always revealing.

I believe in the idea that a birds-eye view is the best way to see. When anything affects either an external or an internal situation, I invariably am correct in my judgement.

The difference comes where I am forced to read my closest friends.... My heart and mind go blank, and my abilities are rendered useless..

Kaydeeyoh!
luv_serendipity wrote:
Dec. 3rd, 2004 07:54 am (UTC)
Oh BTW adding u as a friend..hope u don't mind.
angiasaa wrote:
Dec. 3rd, 2004 10:27 am (UTC)
Oh no, not at all! :o) I figure that it's okay to add me, but as to adding people, I'm rather stuck on a lot of other, more focuser stuff.

I'll be slow in adding you mutualy,

Kaydeeyoh!
(no subject) - nash_da_basher - Dec. 3rd, 2004 08:18 am (UTC)
angiasaa wrote:
Dec. 3rd, 2004 10:29 am (UTC)
lolz! Thankyou Nash, you always come up with something genuine. :)

It's an honor, thankyou....
ssheidi wrote:
Dec. 3rd, 2004 09:21 am (UTC)
Ah! There is so much depth in your writing. Read and re-read it again and again.

Well, even I can predict a lot of things beforehand itself. Be it about a person or any event that is about to happen. I had wondered about this power sometimes. But never took it seriously though. It’s only when friends say ‘Hey, u were right about him’. I feel proud for a moment and forget it. Don’t know whether you have read my post about intuition. Yesterday, attendance shortage list was announced and guess what as usual my name was not there, though I have bunked many classes! Most of the time when I bunk classes either the classes are suspended or attendance is not taken or the lecturer doesn’t call out my name. Most of my friends even ask me to inform them when I plan to bunk the class:p There have been many occasions when my intuitions or 6th sense or subconscious mind (call whatever) has helped me. There have been times when I have got answers to Math or Physics problems in my dreams! Sometimes I strongly even feel that this problem/question may be given in the exam. And believe me many a times it ahs happened. I have always kinda tried to get rid of this power because of a bitter incident that has happened in the past.

In fact I have foreseen some events. It’s always a pain to think about those moments. People would hardly believe this. There was this friend of mine who was very close to me. I always had a feeling that he was going to die untimely death. The sad thing was it happened. I felt guilty about it for a longtime. I had a feeling that it happened because it kept coming to my mind again and again. I have wandered like crazy to find solace, to come out of the guilt. Those were the worst times of my life. Tried to know about life, death, reincarnation, intuitions, God……..Someone’s death can bring so much of change in your life. The worst part was though I was thousands of miles away from him I could clearly see all that he went through. I can never forget that day. It was not the time of the day I usually sleep. I was feeling so uneasy so I must have shut my eyes for a minute. I saw him being carried to hospital, blood, oxygen mask, the ceiling, people running next to him as he was being carried…….You can very well imagine my state of mind then. After 10 days I came to know that it had really happened on that day at the same time! It was a great shock. That was when I became scared of this power.

Looking back, I feel may be I could have warned him, may be I could have told him about my fears. But then I feel, we are all ruled by Murphy’s law-If it has to happen it will happen. It has done good to me and also hurt me immensely. I don’t want to run away from it. But the bitterness of past still haunts me. I know about that other self of mine but …..i’m scared of it.
angiasaa wrote:
Dec. 3rd, 2004 10:56 am (UTC)
Hi ssheidi,

Ah! There is so much depth in your writing. Read and re-read it again and again.

Thankyou, that's among the best compliments I've received till date. :"> *blush!*

Your kind of prediction comes from ESP (Extra Sensory Perception). Where you can perceive stuff that is beyond the normal perception of an individuals senses.

I have a limited amount of ESP of my own as well, but I keep that under wraps. It unnerves me, as well as those around me. I'll tell you all about it sometime perhaps. I have'nt the courage to blurt it out in a public post just yet for fear of what it might portray about me.

This post for one, was written a long while ago. It was only recently, after I read one of Roopas entries that I picked up enough courage to post this here on LJ as a public entry.

I have good and bad things happening due to my ESP, but the bad bits outweight the good bits by a lot more than just a tad. :( Sadly, as much as i wish to rid myself of it, I can't, I gotta live with it....

I don't foresee events like you do, Instead, I detect stuff that's current. Again, I'll explain when we're not in the public eye.... :o) It's both an advantage and a disadvantage. I'm sure it can be controlled, but as yet, I'm no where near controlling it.... Let's see how things go, maybe one of these days, I'll roll back and sigh in accomplishment, but for now, I'm lower than a mortal!

What I've learnt from my ESP is that you should never feel scared of it. And whatever happens, it happened and you had no real control of the situation. If something bad happens and yu think you could have prevented it, you're wrong....

If you could have put out your thoughts to the people arund you, they'd most likely chide you and then, send you hurtling out the fourth floor window. few, if anyone would believe you till what you claimed would happen, happens.

Till then though, it'll be a no-go situation. And well, by the time people are willing to take your seriously, chances are it'd already be too late to do anything about it.

In actual fact, you have a gift, you just need to learn how to use it for the best.

Regards, and Kaydeeyoh!
datempest wrote:
Dec. 3rd, 2004 10:56 am (UTC)
I wouldnt know how to respond to this, except that this is one of your pieces that will stay with me forever.

I am glad you got out the mixed emotions out of your mind and wrote it down. I know I will look back at this one day (in retro?) and will see a new side to you every time I read it.

In my memories it goes.
angiasaa wrote:
Dec. 3rd, 2004 11:05 am (UTC)
I'm glad of that.... But then, you seem to remember everything that I've written, even stuff I've forgotten for years! How you do it is besides the point. That you do it, is in itself, something to look at in awe. :o)

These mixed emotions are slightly outdated. I don't plan on updating them for a while to come though. If you read my previous comment to ssheidi, you'll see what caused me to post this here in the first place.... :o)

I know I will look back at this one day (in retro?) and will see a new side to you every time I read it.

lolz! knowing you, I'm sure, in retro, that you will. :o)

I'll ask from you a favour in return, you have to tell me what you pick up, in retro okai. :o)

Much love and warm regards,

Kaydeeyoh!
(no subject) - datempest - Dec. 3rd, 2004 11:10 am (UTC)
(no subject) - angiasaa - Dec. 3rd, 2004 11:15 am (UTC)
pinak wrote:
Dec. 3rd, 2004 11:43 pm (UTC)
what else cud u expect me to say.... :)
It is more of the wisdom than ability...
We don't receive wisdom; we must discover it for ourselves after a journey that no one can take us or spare us. To acquire knowledge, one must study; but to acquire wisdom, one must observe.

observe...observe...observe n observe! I hv been doing that all my life! I am never wrong at predicting a person's character/personality[/attributes] even b4 i "know" him. I observe the patterns, i derive the conclusions, i re-classify the patterns based on the slack between my results(predicted b4 i "know" the person) n actual results(known after "knowing" the person) n it just goes on... there is no end to perfection!

But alas, with my bestest efforts I havent understood myself. my quest continues...






angiasaa wrote:
Dec. 4th, 2004 03:31 am (UTC)
Re: what else cud u expect me to say.... :)
When by _BIG_ post comes online, you should definitely read it. You'll see a very in-depth series of observations. Besides, I go out of my way to describe the causes and effects behind each issue discussed therein.

It's kewl that you should refer to wisdom as being something that is born from observation. I spent four years of my life in the capital of the country, completely surrounded by egomaniacs, magalophobic extroverts and third-world obese diabetics. All those years, were spent with me, looking into myself. Trying to establish a means of understanding myself.

I never did finish learning. Yet, it's not that I stopped trying. I still try every day. And I have come to the understanding finaly, that I'll never finish.

It's a process that grows faster than it can ever be learnt fully. Every time I learn something, I undergo a change, I dynamically increase in size, I basically am a new person, under the microscope, trying to get an examination done.

I've watched things so closely for so long, it's a part of my nature to search frantically for information in detail even before my minds thoughts are able to kick in. By then, it's just the right time to begin absorbing and processing what I'm learning....

As you say, there's no end to perfection. :o)

P.S.: It was you who innitially brought about the question of my learnt-skills among a few users from cyberabad. It was actually, the time when you decided to delete your journal for good. And well, you turned around at a whiskers breadth. :o) Just incase you have begun wondering, I'll show you a cat, It was partly influenced.... :o)

I say partly, because you're way more complex an individual than most that I've come across before.... Too many variables.... Besides, from what i've learnt of you, you're just as apt to take a U-turn without giving signs of it. You're too impulsive in your decision making. there's a pattern ofcourse, but you mask it so well.... :o)

Kaydeeyoh!
Re: what else cud u expect me to say.... :) - pinak - Dec. 4th, 2004 12:22 pm (UTC)
Re: what else cud u expect me to say.... :) - angiasaa - Dec. 5th, 2004 09:50 am (UTC)
Re: what else cud u expect me to say.... :) - pinak - Dec. 7th, 2004 01:23 am (UTC)
Re: what else cud u expect me to say.... :) - angiasaa - Dec. 8th, 2004 07:30 pm (UTC)
Re: what else cud u expect me to say.... :) - pinak - Dec. 8th, 2004 08:44 pm (UTC)
Re: what else cud u expect me to say.... :) - angiasaa - Dec. 8th, 2004 09:50 pm (UTC)
Re: what else cud u expect me to say.... :) - pinak - Dec. 9th, 2004 05:33 am (UTC)
Re: what else cud u expect me to say.... :) - angiasaa - Dec. 9th, 2004 05:15 pm (UTC)
ma7ur wrote:
Dec. 4th, 2004 10:25 am (UTC)
gotta give it 2 u again
u know wat?
me has never undastood all this pyaar ka chakkar though i have been there 4 me frnds.

but i must admit i dont have those yogic powers of yors 2 judge ppl online!

mayur read yor post the day b4 and ever since me has been broodin abt it. somewhere down the line me 2 fells like this, me 2 can weigh ppl by their words! n now i feel a lot more better.

wow angirasa acharya u once again helped me reinvent meself!
angiasaa wrote:
Dec. 4th, 2004 10:51 am (UTC)
Re: gotta give it 2 u again
Love is something no one can aptly describe.... The reason being that it's just too complex a mental phenomenon to be wholely explained in terms of physical bindings.

These are'nt yogic powers at all, they are just powers of deduction. If you observe people closely enough (read my Sandy post!), you'll begin to notice patterns emerging. When you've seen enough, you'll be able to link past to present, and when you get better at it, you'll be able to link both the past and the present to the future. You'll know what should be done in order to desirably effect the future. :o)

I have'nt helped you do anything. You helped yourself.... :o)

Kaydeeyoh!
teemus wrote:
Dec. 5th, 2004 10:40 am (UTC)
This post scared the shit out of me. Shall re-read it again, at leisure, soon.

I think I'm heartless, that love can never touch me. I think I am right. Other than that, I seem to be normal. :)
angiasaa wrote:
Dec. 5th, 2004 11:26 am (UTC)
lolz! It's nothin to be scared about. When you give it that leisurely read, you might also wanna go through the comments, they tell you a lot more that I've said in the main post itself. Besides, some of those comments make some pretty interesting reading (if you know what I mean) when it's quite obvious that people don't always know what it is that they're talking about. :o)

If you think you're heartless, you're technically wrong. :o)
But jokes apart, Love is a mental thing. It can be conjoured out of thin air. Give me half a chance and I'll do it for you. Only, I suggest you be careful about where you step. It's a dangerous place, this planet.

People are forever trying to rip each other apart, people are forever trying to think that they're in love when they have'nt th slightest clue as to what it really is in the first place.... But then again, I know you'd b able to stick through it all.

Still, small things can change your life.... I know, small things have changed mine.... :) For better or for worse though, is far from my ability to comprehend. As far as I'm concerned, I really dunno wether something is ever good for me or not. It all depends on the period of time within which we're deciding on the good/bad issue of the situation....

Have I gone way off topic already?

Kaydeeyoh! :o)
(no subject) - teemus - Dec. 5th, 2004 12:22 pm (UTC)
(no subject) - angiasaa - Dec. 6th, 2004 05:03 am (UTC)
(no subject) - alexli - Dec. 9th, 2004 08:16 am (UTC)
angiasaa wrote:
Dec. 9th, 2004 05:16 pm (UTC)
I hope all's well with you dear lady! :o)

How've yu been keeping? *hugs!*

Warm Regards and F.F.E.A.E.,
Kaydeeyoh!
(no subject) - alexli - Dec. 9th, 2004 09:05 pm (UTC)
Hi again Ada! - angiasaa - Dec. 13th, 2004 07:15 pm (UTC)
(no subject) - pleaidas - Dec. 13th, 2004 02:35 pm (UTC)
angiasaa wrote:
Dec. 13th, 2004 07:23 pm (UTC)
Re: on love
Love is rarely ever what it seems to us. It's after all, just a term that we have assigned to the unexplained firing of neurons in our brains. Love makes parts of our minds function faster while others slow down to a monotonous crawl....

What is Love? I've been asking myself the same question for years now, and I'm yet to reach a conclusion. As far as I'm concerned, it's too big an issue to explain away in words. Or any other medium of communication either!

Giving up on love is impossible. True love never dies out. It stays in your heart, lasting a lifetime or longer, and though situations might move it into the background, you'll know that deep inside, you still have the capacity to love, you still have the will to love, as well as the dream to do so.

Thank you for your wishes, but you should realize that love is something so subtly in existence, that it happens to effectively be a part of you, whether you admit it to yourself or not!

Kaydeeyoh!
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