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Bob Marley & The Wailers – No Woman No Cry

jepoyonthego:

Bob Marley & The Wailers - No Woman No Cry

Good friends we have, oh, good friends we’ve lost
Along the way
In this great future,
You can’t forget your past
So dry your tears, I say

(Source: sacredmusic)

Radiohead – No Surprises

lheure-bleue:

This is my final fit, my final bellyache with
No alarms and no surprises
No alarms and no surprises
No alarms and no surprises please

No Surprises - Radiohead

Xavier: When you first arrive in a new city, nothing makes sense. Everythings unknown, virgin… After you’ve lived here, walked these streets, you’ll know them inside out. You’ll know these people. Once you’ve lived here, crossed this street 10, 20, 1000 times… it’ll belong to you because you’ve lived there. That was about to happen to me, but I didn’t know it yet.

Xavier: When you first arrive in a new city, nothing makes sense. Everythings unknown, virgin… After you’ve lived here, walked these streets, you’ll know them inside out. You’ll know these people. Once you’ve lived here, crossed this street 10, 20, 1000 times… it’ll belong to you because you’ve lived there. That was about to happen to me, but I didn’t know it yet.

Xavier: Later, much later, back in Paris, each harrowing ordeal will become an adventure. For some idiotic reason, your most horrific experiences are the stories you most love to tell.

Xavier: Later, much later, back in Paris, each harrowing ordeal will become an adventure. For some idiotic reason, your most horrific experiences are the stories you most love to tell.

on phasing out

have you ever taken carl jung’s personality test? do you even believe in it? i am ambivalent about it, but i realise my results are constantly changing. and i attribute this to phasing out/growing up old.

in the recent years, i find myself losing my extraversion, less inclined to socialise and very very cautious. i felt no need to invest in new friendships, for i already have them. i felt no need to try anything new, for i have already experienced enough, i thought. it was a gradual spiral downward, and it is only now that i come to realise how different (and self-centered) i am as compared to the idealistic me some five years ago. i feel less with each farewell, because they are expected anyway. i also share less, because i am more wary now. i am more hateful and judgemental, always making assumptions about people’s hidden agendas and/or mocking them for living the life that i became too timid to live. i am more cynical, disinterested and tired, and i didn’t think it was a problem.. until i travelled, again.

i became happy and regained my appetite for adventures. i didn’t think i could feel young again like that. i returned, excited, more bold and appreciative of things/people around me.. only for a short while, before i retreat back to myself and returned to the status quo before i left. and once again, i am cynical, disinterested and tired..

to illustrate my point, for example: my old self liked people, was interested in developing new relationships. but my current self learnt that no one is indispensable - and time heals everything anyway. there isn’t the only one, it’s all in your head, anyone could have been anyone in your life right now. so how is it possible to strike a balance between my old and current self? you probably don’t understand what i am trying to say. maybe i won’t too, when future me reads this gibberish churned out on a random emo midnight.

If so, I hope they last for centuries.” - Chungking Express, 1994

(Source: highwayaisle)

(Source: justherguy, via manda)

Xavier: When you first arrive in a new city, nothing makes sense. Everythings unknown, virgin… After you’ve lived here, walked these streets, you’ll know them inside out. You’ll know these people. Once you’ve lived here, crossed this street 10, 20, 1000 times… it’ll belong to you because you’ve lived there. That was about to happen to me, but I didn’t know it yet.

Xavier: When you first arrive in a new city, nothing makes sense. Everythings unknown, virgin… After you’ve lived here, walked these streets, you’ll know them inside out. You’ll know these people. Once you’ve lived here, crossed this street 10, 20, 1000 times… it’ll belong to you because you’ve lived there. That was about to happen to me, but I didn’t know it yet.

Xavier: Later, much later, back in Paris, each harrowing ordeal will become an adventure. For some idiotic reason, your most horrific experiences are the stories you most love to tell.

Xavier: Later, much later, back in Paris, each harrowing ordeal will become an adventure. For some idiotic reason, your most horrific experiences are the stories you most love to tell.

on phasing out

have you ever taken carl jung’s personality test? do you even believe in it? i am ambivalent about it, but i realise my results are constantly changing. and i attribute this to phasing out/growing up old.

in the recent years, i find myself losing my extraversion, less inclined to socialise and very very cautious. i felt no need to invest in new friendships, for i already have them. i felt no need to try anything new, for i have already experienced enough, i thought. it was a gradual spiral downward, and it is only now that i come to realise how different (and self-centered) i am as compared to the idealistic me some five years ago. i feel less with each farewell, because they are expected anyway. i also share less, because i am more wary now. i am more hateful and judgemental, always making assumptions about people’s hidden agendas and/or mocking them for living the life that i became too timid to live. i am more cynical, disinterested and tired, and i didn’t think it was a problem.. until i travelled, again.

i became happy and regained my appetite for adventures. i didn’t think i could feel young again like that. i returned, excited, more bold and appreciative of things/people around me.. only for a short while, before i retreat back to myself and returned to the status quo before i left. and once again, i am cynical, disinterested and tired..

to illustrate my point, for example: my old self liked people, was interested in developing new relationships. but my current self learnt that no one is indispensable - and time heals everything anyway. there isn’t the only one, it’s all in your head, anyone could have been anyone in your life right now. so how is it possible to strike a balance between my old and current self? you probably don’t understand what i am trying to say. maybe i won’t too, when future me reads this gibberish churned out on a random emo midnight.

If so, I hope they last for centuries.” - Chungking Express, 1994

(Source: highwayaisle)

(Source: violators)

Bob Marley & The Wailers – No Woman No Cry

jepoyonthego:

Bob Marley & The Wailers - No Woman No Cry

Good friends we have, oh, good friends we’ve lost
Along the way
In this great future,
You can’t forget your past
So dry your tears, I say

(Source: sacredmusic)

Radiohead – No Surprises

lheure-bleue:

This is my final fit, my final bellyache with
No alarms and no surprises
No alarms and no surprises
No alarms and no surprises please

No Surprises - Radiohead

on phasing out

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