what we’ve got until it’s gone,
but it’s also true that we don’t know
what we’ve been missing…
until it arrives.”
You can never tell what people are thinking and feeling unless they tell you, and usually they lie. you ask them, “whats wrong?” and they say “Nothing.” You accept this because its easier than digging for the truth. people smile when they want to cry, they laugh when they want to scream and shout. they pretend like nothing is wrong because they dont want to face the truth. things aren’t always rainbows and butterflies, sometimes you gotta scream and cry your angers and sadness to the world, because you can only hold it in for so long before something in you snaps. so when you want to cry, cry. when you want to scream, scream. dont hide behind fake smiles, its ok to not be alright.
2. A sad thing in life is when you meet someone who
means a lot to you, only to find out in the end that it was
never meant to be and you just have to let go.
3. The best kind of friend is the kind you can sit on a
porch swing with, never say a word, and then walk away
feeling like it was the best conversation you’ve ever had.
4. It’s true that we don’t know what we’ve got until we lose
it, but it’s also true that we don’t know what we’ve been
missing until it arrives.
5. It takes only a minute to get a crush on someone, an
hour to like someone, and a day to love someone-but it
takes a lifetime to forget someone.
6. Don’t go for looks, they can deceive. Don’t go for wealth,
even that fades away. Go for someone who makes you
smile because it takes only a smile to make a dark day
7. Dream what you want to dream, go where you want to go,
be what you want to be. Because you have only one life and
one chance to do all the things you want to do.
8. Always put yourself in the other’s shoes. If you feel that it
hurts you, it probably hurts the person too.
9. A careless word may kindle strife. A cruel word may wreck
a life. A timely word may level stress. But a loving word may
heal and bless.
10. The happiest of people don’t necessarily have the best
of everything they just make the most of everything that comes
along their way.
11. Love begins with a smile, grows with a kiss, ends with
a tear. When you were born, you were crying and everyone
around you was smiling. Live your life so that when you die,
you’re the one smiling and everyone around you is crying.
Be soppy, be silly, laugh for no reason, cry (even you boys), turn your music up loud, forgive and forget, do cartwheels, watch the sunset, talk to old people, listen to your parents, tell everyone who means anything to you exactly how you feel – whether it’s good or bad, don’t hold back, fall in love, have your heart broken, dance, appreciate the bad times because they were sent for a reason and somebody else has always got it worse than you, appreciate every moment of the good times because you never know when they might be taken away, be patient, be humble, be nice, say thank you, work hard, play harder, listen – to everyone, let other cars out, eat cake, worry less, be amazed, live every day as if it’s your last, dream as though you’ll live forever, put your dreams into action, be helpful, be the best you can be, don’t judge others, wear fancy dress, sing even if you can’t, especially if you can’t, learn one good joke and remember it, smile at strangers, believe in yourself, start conversations in queues, take a walk in the park, hug your friends, read books, build sandcastles, make a snowman, speak your mind, give your change to charity, send cards, make presents, talk behind people’s backs, but only say nice things, take photos of everything, be passionate, stroke a pet, don’t be afraid, do everything in love and in kindness, learn something new, take up a hobby, run down hills like you did when you were young, make fudge, don’t speed, have picnics, roll up your trousers and paddle in the sea, play on the swings, be excited, love and allow yourself to be loved, aim to win, lose graciously, turn off the tv – talk and play games, walk barefoot, send flowers just because, don’t settle, ignore all the above because it’s your life and only you know how to live it for the best.
Our passion once lit up the nights
As brilliant as the Northern Lights;
But just as evanescent, it would seem.
Cold reason told us, run in fear;
But love’s strange brightness drew us near,
Like moths into its hypnotizing beam.
Now cheerless luminescence creeps;
The light is there without the heat;
And what remains is just a frigid gleam.
Do you know where the feeling goes
As over us life’s seasons flow?
The love we shared and used to know
Has vanished like the melting snow —
A winter’s dream.
A sweet and fragile fantasy,
A sand castle beside the sea,
How can love stand against a rising tide?
The lover who was part of you,
Who bared his bleeding heart to you,
Is by the rushing waters washed aside.
The flood has doused affection’s fires,
Extinguishing our hearts’ desires,
And snuffing out our hopes and dreams besides.
With changing fortune’s ebb and flow
We watch love’s seasons come and go;
Bright promises we treasured so
Drowned in emotion’s undertow;
Our vows belied.
I know that when the passion dies
A mouthful of well-meaning lies
Is kinder, when the truth gets in the way.
A mournful chorus gathers ‘round
To serenade us with the sound
Of silence, when there’s nothing left to say.
You kill me with an empty kiss
To tell me I’ll get over this
And learn to love again another day.
But hearts are not like weathervanes
That veer with changing joy and pain:
Although we shall not meet again,
Abiding feelings must remain.
We’re made that way.
We played for love with loaded dice.
We cheated, and then paid the price.
We’d lost the game before it could begin.
We set aside our common sense
With such affected innocence,
Enraptured by the warmth of naked skin.
If we gave in to temptation
There’s a simple explanation:
We are bumbling saints who guiltlessly have sinned.
But now we go on separate ways,
Two pilgrims who have gone astray;
There’s nothing we can do or say;
We can’t rekindle, come what may,
The fire within.
So, dearest friend, we say farewell.
As to the future, who can tell?
You know I wish you only what is best.
We toss onto the funeral pyre
Dry branches of our dead desire.
Please keep this broken heart as my bequest.
If nothing more is spoken,
No more promises are broken;
I won’t ask you to fulfill my last request.
As weary months go plodding by
The hurt will ease, the tears will dry.
Although God knows we truly tried,
The holy light that dimmed and died
Is laid to rest.
Seeking for the magic fountain,
We scaled up love’s sacred mountain,
And gazed down on golden valleys from above.
From this towering perspective
We can be much more objective:
Now you see it’s not what you were dreaming of.
Though love’s strength is monumental,
Just like Sampson wrecked the temple,
You have brought it down with one almighty shove.
But always I’ll remember you —
The things you used to say and do —
For we have loved! That much is true.
Those memories will see us through
The end of love.
to my all cute brothers Wasif Bhai, Adil bhai, Haris bhai, BMK, Salman Saeed, Fahad Naeem, Mr. Ali Adnan, Nouman Naseer, Fahad Siraj and DAniyal (stuck in time), Navid Taji and fahad naeem.
To my all the cutest, sweetest, adorable sisters Dee, Hira Zainab, Rida Munaf, Shagufat Zehra, ITM, YTM, Ph the princess, Aasiya and Aisha Bilal
i m here by to say that i m getting engaged on sunday on short term basis due to jaldi of my saas :@
Kher the point is I actually want prayers…. and i knw i knw everyother person needs treat…
Keep waiting till then 😛
and i dunt whether i will be granted with a permission to use this blog and twitter….. if not then it will be deleted
So Keep praying for everything best 🙂
She said that she wanted to get high.
He took her to the tallest hill in town.
She said that she wanted to stay up all night and drink.
He bought her a 12-pack of caffinated Pepsi and said, “Drink up.”
She said that she wanted to shoot herself in the face.
He gave her a water gun, put her finger on the trigger, aimed it at her face, and helped her pull the trigger.
She said that she wanted to cut herself.
He took a polaroid of her, handed it to her along with scissors, and had her cut it up.
She said that she wanted to cry herself to sleep.
He had her watch a sad, romantic movie before bed.
She said that she wanted to see her blood.
He took her to get her ears pierced.
She said she wanted to be alone.
He gave her a name tag that said, “My name is: Alone.”
She said she wanted to have someone there to take care of her, always.
He asked her when he wasn’t.