2014 to 2015
Tuesday, December 30, 2014, 10:53 PM, 0 comments
Three things that amazingly twist my mind during 2014
#1. Up in the Air (dir. Jason Reitman)
- everybody needs a co-pilot
"..but by the time someone is right for you, it won't feel like settling. And the only person left to judge you will be the 23-year-old girl with a target on your back."
#2. Quiet by Susan Cain
"And what I'm saying is that culturally we need a much better balance. We need more of a yin and yang between these two types. This is especially important when it comes to creativity and to productivity, because when psychologists look at the lives of the most creative people, what they find are people who are very good at exchanging ideas and advancing ideas, but who also have a serious streak of introversion in them."
#3. How I Met Your Mother (Final Eps.)
Ted: “And that’s how it goes, kids. The friends, neighbors, drinking buddies, and partners in crime you love so much when you’re young, as the years go by, you just lose touch. You will be shocked, kids, when you discover how easy it is in life to part ways with people forever. That’s why when you find someone you want to keep around, you do something about it.”
And the last, some sentences to sum up what I've experienced during this year :)
Some moments are just too intense to be felt and dealt with, so what we can do is just letting them pass by without trying to avoid them or run away. And the more sensitive your senses are, bear with the consequences; the wound is cutting deeper and the pain is way, much more hurtful. But if you can learn from those scars, every experience you’ll later get will taste sweeter for you. And nothing is better than getting your wounds healed by your own hands.