No one knows for certain how much impact they have on the lives of other people.
Sometimes we get sad about things and we don’t like to tell other people that we are sad about them. We like to keep it a secret. Or sometimes, we are sad but we really don’t know why we are sad, so we say we aren’t sad but we really are.
Maybe it’s dumb hoping for things that you know is never gonna happen. Or maybe not.
But what’s dumber is giving up on something that matters.
And the dumbest thing that you could ever do is letting your demons take over the things that matters the most. That it makes your life a little too hard and dark place to live in.
Late narin nakauwi. Pagod na nga tas ganito pa. Nakakalungkot talaga.
Kung mabasa mo man to. Kilala mo na kung sino ka.
Sana nakakain ka na at nakapagpahinga ka. Alam ko namang ayaw mo kong kausapin ngayon. Kaya kahit dito lang. Ayos lang kahit di ka na magreply.
Sakit ng sinabi mo.
Lagi nalang kulang.
This is one of the reasons The LEGO Movie hit wayyy closer to home than Frozen to me. Instead of a problem that only tackles some few, selected people, you can’t deny that at least at one point you have looked at yourself and felt worthless because everyone around you outshines you even in the things you’re good at.
That’s one of the reasons this movie made me legitimately cry in the theater, that, and due to the fact that the moral that accompanies this is much more empowering than just “letting it go”.
And let’s talk about that facial expression at the end like I didn’t know a lego could make me cry.
I feel like it was meant for college students