Wabi-sabi is a Japanese word for appreciating the old and the broken, a term used for seeking beauty in the most imperfect things. I think that was how I was always meant to love you—to adore you at your most broken state, to appreciate you when nobody else can and does, and to desire you despite all the brokenness, all the cracked parts.
And maybe it was also the reason why people love the broken, because we see imperfection in one another, that we find perfect combinations in the similarities and differences of our imperfections.
I wish the world could love like that, despite the old bones, the scattered beads, the long unshaven eyebrows, the excess fats, the freckles, the craters, and despite anything lacking, we still choose to see beauty in every way, even when it means that we have to seek for beauty in what’s missing and aging.
The hardest thing to learn in life is which bridge to cross and which to burn.
- I fall in-love and ruined myself at the same time
i want to be slutty but only with one person u feel me
- Hey. Put that book down. Turn off your computer. Turn off that sweet background music. Get up and wear something nice. Go out and breathe some fresh air. Go to the nearest coffee shop and order some warm choco. Sit by the window and look around, look at the people outside the shop, look at the people chit-chatting inside the shop. Just relax yourself for a bit, give yourself a break, meet new people. Because you can't find the person who will love you or the person who can be your best friend when you're always locking yourself inside your four-cornered room. Go out and have fun.
You are the best parts of all the songs I love.