The bookworm in me got a hold of the book that very day and started reading. The book is all about a mother and a son, and a relationship that covers a lifetime and beyond. The story basically revolves around “What would you do if you could spend one more day with a lost loved one?”
Kalahati. Sapat na ba para lumigaya?
Hindi na masama na ang bahaging napunta sa iyo ay kalahati— malaki na ito kung tutuusin.
I’m growing up. She’s growing old.
This photo was taken some 3 years back.
And I am asking myself: the phoneographer in me always captures moments, freezes time and frames memories, why don’t I have a photo of me and mom lately?
Katumbas nitong sako ang pangkain ko.
How do we forget someone?
The answer is simple. We cannot forget the people we love. It is only when we don’t love them anymore that we are able to free ourselves from the feeling of affection and attachment.
In fact, we don’t even remember the people we don’t love in the first place.
The key to forgetting is to stop loving.
For as long as we still love a person, time and distance doesn’t mean anything.
We all make choices in life. If loving a person is a preference, then not wanting to love a person can also be an option.
It is just a matter of deciding which one to take and making sure that we don’t look back and regret the choice we made.
– Joe d’Mango