13 Januari 2013
Everything you do is based on the choices you make. It's not your parents, your past relationships, your job, the economy, the weather, an argument, or your age that is to blame. You and only you are responsible for every decision and choice you make, period.
04 Disember 2012
is this is me? or is this is me?
If you’re standing on your balcony on a clear, cool night, waiting for your Virgo prince to climb up the ivy, take your hand and kiss you under the moonlit skies, then you’ll probably die of frostbite waiting for him. And even then, he won’t come. The Virgo man has no room in his world for fairy-tale romance. He’s a by-the-numbers guy, who likes everything to be practical, direct and material. Don’t expect him to propose to you with a long, sweet poem, or promise to sweep up all the stars in the sky and lay them at your feet. “You’re so silly,” he’ll tell you, “You know it’s impossible to sweep up stars!” That’s not to say that he can’t be romantic, but his definition of it is different from yours. He will enjoy the real, visceral things in life, and consider it romantic when you share them together. He’ll like taking you to a baseball game, or else to a really exclusive record store, so you can bond over your love for music. His approach to everything in life is slow and measured, and so he won’t rush into anything, especially not marriage. He might be standing next to you on a bus (Virgo men are too practical to take their cars out all the time, especially with the gas prices being the way they are), be staring thoughtfully out the window, and then turn to you and say, “hey, we should get married. This way we can go on our honeymoon in the off-season, when ticket prices are low.” You’ll stand there dumb-founded that he proposed to you as casually as saying, “I think I want to get a Honda,” or even more casual than that, because he would never rush into buying a new car like that. But if you’re in love with him, and want to marry him, then don’t be offended and get used to it. The fact is that because he puts a lot of detailed thought into his decisions, it means he is ready to marry you, and is convinced he can be committed to you. He doesn’t do anything flimsily, without conviction, so he’ll definitely be a loyal husband to you.As a husband, he’s the symbol of a provider. He’ll be obsessed with accumulating wealth, and will be very careful with spending. He’ll find every financial loophole out there so that your savings account grows steadily. He’ll be gentle and reliable, though can be prone to snapping at you for trivial things like dropped plates, spilled sauce or lost keys. He’s a perfectionist at heart, though perhaps not in practice (but don’t you point that out to him), and expects a high standard of everyone. Emotion and passion do not break through his defenses, so don’t bother trying. Even the most lustful Virgo man is relatively aloof when it comes to sex, and it’s because he’s the symbol of temperance and moderation. He might appear insensitive when you come to him with an emotional problem, and it’s not because he doesn’t care, but because he doesn’t know how to handle it. He understands logic and rationale, not feelings and emotions.Fatherhood won’t appeal to him, because he lacks the imagination or sensitivity to enjoy children. But once he’s a father, he’ll watch over them protectively, and treat them the way he would a low-risk financial investment (which says a lot) and ensure they have a stable home. For all that he lacks as a romantic, passionate partner, he’ll make up for with his stability and composure. He’ll give you a good home, a good life and be a tower of support for when you need it. But first, get off that balcony before you freeze to death! He’s not coming to your balcony, lady!
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03 Jun 2012
It's one of those things people say..
you can't move on
until you've let go of the past.
Letting go is the easy part.
It's the moving on that's painful.
So sometimes we fight it...
Try and keep things the same.
Things can't stay the same, though.
At some point, you just have to let go...
Because no matter how painful it is...
It's the only way we grow.