Wednesday, February 25, 2015


Writings do help to improve my emotion, like seriously, i loveeeeeeeeeee the positive vibes meliar liar merayap dalam diri sendiri.

and music, of course.

25th Feb huh? exactly 4 months from now, dah nak grad dah, honestly, i feel scared, sikit lah, ke banyak , entah lah.

i just hope everything will be awesome, for me and my friends.

Ya Allah, ease our journey.

Semoga nanti semua dapat capai impian.

Doesnt it feels good? Berjaya sama-sama.

I hope one fine day, kiteorg semua tengah duduk melepak sama sama sharing happiness , loveeee and success together, can't wait for that day to come.

The joy, when shared is indescribable.
Faces of happiness and positive vibes merata-rata.

Feeling dia, indah.

Pernah rasa?


Wednesday, February 11, 2015

20cent of my thought.

If two people are not meant to be together after so long,  people always said, how wasted all their time spent together.

honestly , i dont really think so.

even if it is a broken marriage.

It could be that those two people really have good time together ( yes, of course with rainbow unicorn ups and hell a lot of down ) but then,after trying so hard, they decide and agree that the relationship should end because they just dont have the chemistry.

they dont waste their time, they just took time to discover what really are the best for them.

well at least based on my opinion la, i know some would just said it still a wasted time.
but then, we dont hold the future, how are we suppose to know what is the best for us if we dont give it a try?

i think its matured.

to decide and to accept.

for me love doesnt always mean togetherness.

love is subjective, love can meant a lot of thing, and doesnt mean when two people decide to not be together they stop loving each other, it just, maybe, they love what they once had and decide it should end with another kind of love :)  

it hurts, but you know, any form of love ( read : friends , family, holiday, nature, hobbies ) is the best medicine for a brokenhearted.

we just need to learn to accept and not be a judge of other people's life.