Another Mindless Thoughts

I wonder why love is causing people to be hypocrites.

I noticed, for most people I know, after breaking up with their significant flames, ends up wearing this hypocrisy suit. Is it a phase? Or a process that one had to go through to expedite the healing process? Perhaps, it is part of the chapter that covers “the art of letting go” (making it sound like a course) or was it just a clear case of bitterness?

I don’t know… I can’t speak about something I am inexperienced of, besides, how would I know? Why would my irrelevant opinion matters to another? I’d probably sound less convincing, when I am currently dealing with my own struggle understanding what is that elusive four-letter word truly means. Isn’t “amore” supposed to be felt and expressed rather than define? And how can someone know what the other person truly feels? When all you can do is sympathize.

Maybe I have locked up myself in this surreal world of my own ideals (fantasy). Is that too superficial or delusional?

Would you rather be smart and put up a tough front, but haunted by your own self-denial?

I don’t mind appearing pathetic for as long as I know I’m real. I owe it to myself, to feel what I feel and not be hypocrite about it.
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4 thoughts on “Another Mindless Thoughts

  1. As for me, I didn't knew it right away..all i remember.. It feels good.. then found myself chasing my destiny.. perhaps love is love… it all happens when your right there..at that moment.. u just feel it…

  2. this is not a mindless thoughts… in fact a woman should not rely their happiness with a man all the way. That being said, single is not a crime. Peer pressure is.. kung makikiuso ka lang dahil mga blooming at tarush ang love life ng mga tao sa paligid mo… patay tayo jan. Be proud, man or without a man you should be proud because kung ano man ang narating mo sa buhay mo yan ay dahil sa iyo =) kaya pag nakita mo na ang guy para sa iyo, atlis nasabi mo nagawa mo na ang lahat mag isa at ang inspiration mo: ikaw at ang family mo bongga! independent woman!

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