Special request granted by @communeph ‘s barista :) Santa puppy 3d latte art! Too cute; can’t drink. #christmas #coffee (at Commune)
First time to attend a wedding as an adult (naks)! I. HAD. LEGIT. FUN. These photos are proof! Sulit ang photobooth. :p #D&ZWedding
This song is how I imagine my summer if translated into music. Sweet, surreal, and with a sprinkling of pleasant surprises.
Sure a chunk of it is full of unwanted (and highly unnecessary) stress, a big part of it has still been amazing. So many opportunities, so many possibilities, and this internship with Heima? How could I ever hate this summer! :)
Ang Nawawala. I dunno why but this movie really gave me a fresh air to breathe at. The first time I saw this was when we had our Cinemalaya movie marathon at CCP last year. After watching this, goosebumps and everything stirred our emotions. Anyway, what if the only way you can communicate things with is through the words and verses of songs created and buried by history. Unfortunately, every music has an ending, and so does happy stories.
Hi. My favorite song is Counting Twenty Years.
Life has been some combination of fairy-tale coincidence and joie de vivre and shocks of beauty together with some hurtful self-questioning.Sylvia Plath, The Unabridged Journals of Sylvia Plath (via introspectivepoet)
tiffanyislessbored asked: Could you elaborate more on the significance of the title 'The Fault in Our Stars?' I know it is referenced in the book, but it was a bit over my head :/
Well, in Shakespeare’s quote, “stars” means “destiny.” And in the original quote, this Roman nobleman Cassius says to Brutus, “The fault, dear Brutus, is not in our stars / But in ourselves, that we are underlings.” i.e., there’s nothing wrong with fate; the problem is us.
Well, that’s true as long as you’re talking about Brutus and Cassius. But it’s not true when you’re talking about many people. Many people suffer needlessly not because they’ve done something wrong or because they’re evil or whatever but because they get unlucky. There is, in fact, a lot of fault in the stars, and I wanted to try to write a novel about how we navigate a world that isn’t fair, and whether it’s possible to have a full and meaningful life even if you don’t get to play out your life on a grand stage the way Cassius and Brutus did.