Saturday, December 10, 2011

Sometimes

Sometimes, what you want to do is exactly what you need.
Sometimes, you don't have a reason for the question put up to you. You just don't. I have no idea why.
Sometimes, it's good to just pour it all out in words to someone who you know wouldn't remember it the next day. Even if it is something you generally don't do.
Sometimes, it's good to cry. When you have the tiniest thing becoming the biggest thing in your head and it makes you wanna take it out through tears, then trying to get all the bad times together in one corner of the head and all the times that could possibly get the tears to come out is what one could do. If that's what's gonna make the heaviness of it all go away. Or if not completely, then atleast the bigger part of it.
Sometimes, you want to listen to music at a volume so loud that you wouldn't mind screaming through it.
And sometimes, the lyrics are all that matter.

Crankiness. Irritation. For no reason at all. No reason.
The feeling of not being able to take anything at all any longer. Any human being around you.
Space and time is what one needs? Is that the answer?

The soothing tune of a song or the soothing words coming out of a person's mouth, irrespective of this person being an important person in your life or not, is what makes it all go away, but all very slowly.
Sometimes, not knowing is what comforts you more. And also, that's what's better.
Sometimes, I wonder what I'd do if the concept of music didn't exist.
Sometimes, you don't know how to go about it all. Go about answering questions to which you don't have the answers yourself, and you probably never will, but you still expect people to understand because people are what matter.
Sometimes, chocolate does it all and sometimes everything you try doesn't make much difference.

Life is a ride maybe. At the end of it, what matters to you now is probably gonna be something that wouldn't make a difference even remotely in the coming future, because then again, you never really know.
An optimistic approach is important. And not to show the world that you're optimistic towards almost everything in life. But the positivity from inside. Something that gets you to believe that you'll survive and that's why you do.

There are things you explain. And things you don't. And things you shouldn't. And then there are those you don't/shouldn't have to.
And then there are decisions you get to make and you don't. Or maybe it was your choice to begin with. But the options that become available to you are what leave you puzzled.

Sailing through it all is what's important. The journey.

"At the end of the day faith is a funny thing. It turns up when you don't really expect it. Its like one day you realize that the fairy tale may be slightly different than you dreamed. The castle, well, it may not be a castle. And it's not so important happy ever after, just that its happy right now."
"I believe that believing we survive is what makes us survive."
"I've heard it's possible to grow up - I've just never met anyone who's actually done it..."