Once there was a fair girl, who loved to chat, to smile. Someone who would walk beside me, despite the cool breeze making her hair flow randomly. Someone who would was never tired of sitting beside me on the beach, as waves after waves crashed and the water barely touched our feet. Someone who was never tired of listening to me, but encouraged me to continue my story. Someone who was always there with a sweet smile, and who never failed to make me smile myself. Someone who would make me realize that something’s in life are worth a thousand words, a thousand thoughts and lasts forever. That some memories can never be forgotten, but cherished and celebrated even years after they occurred. That some people are special than others. That just because our expectations are high sometimes, we tend to forget those moments by time. That we should be thankful for those special moments, which made life beautiful then and always. The sharing of snow cream at the stalls, the small arguments…these might seem insignificant, but actually they are something that I would like to live all over again. Re-live those times – perhaps this phrase is applicable in this situation.
True that there is no point writing these feelings in the blog, as you already know about it. But sometimes it helps to remind myself what I already have and appreciate life for all it has given me. For all that you have done for me.
Sitting here in the lab 2 in the Sanjibon Building of TARC, with the gentle humming of the air conditioner in the background, I suddenly had this stroke of self-realization. And thus as a result, this post.
I will conclude this post with a quotation from the Bible. It was also a part of the script from one of my favorite movies:
“Love is always patient and kind; it is never jealous, love is never boastful or conceited; it is never rude or selfish; it does not take offense, and is not resentful. Love takes no pleasure in other people’s sins but delights in the truth; it is always ready to excuse, to trust, to hope, and to endure whatever comes.”