The Choice: Do you regret it?

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“If not, then the pain you’ve felt was all worth it.”

I just finished watching it on that hard, black, and cold idiot box. I had to search for the part where in the lady broke the engagement with her fiance (because my lovely mother called me to get some wet clothes and get it dry. Very lovely. )

The Choice.

That was the title.

Let’s just say it wasn’t the best movie. (in my perspective of  what is best)

But it was a great movie showing and defining what CHOICE is.

Salute to that.

I personally care for the word “choice”.A lot of us get sweaty whenever caught in a situation full of bulls. And an imaginary mediator becomes more aggressive and persistent on you in making the decision as you try to think harder. (I don’t know why I used the term mediator. Maybe because it has something to do with an argument between the options you have and the consequences it entail. Just hell you know. And a nonexistent peacemaker will do. At least. To make your decisions easier. Nahhh.)

I have great experiences about it. Making choices.

It taught me how to be a human. It showed me consequences. Or as to what the movie said.. the word “opportunity”.

It will take a million breath-taking leap to decide whether you wanna let go on something, or hold on it as much as you could.

Sometimes we just let the wind do the decision making. Or we just let it be. Because we’re lost. We are lost completely.

In nowhere? tss it just needs some time. And you’ll be able to determine the right choice. After all, it’s your life at stake.

Or maybe, you randomly chose and then after what you’ve chosen..you just endure the pain. Believing that it will all go away after a century.

It will. Believe me it will. Somewhere after the long pain.

There’s these “that was fun and sad” moments.

But the question is ..

Do you regret it?

If you do, then start questioning yourself: Why did you do it?

If not, then the pain you’ve felt was all worth it. 🙂 

 

 

Four Types of People

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Four Types of People

There are four types of people…

1.) “Mine is mine, thine is thine.”
2.) “Mine is thine, thine is thine.”
3.) “Mine is mine, thine is mine.”
4.) “Mine is thine, thine is mine.”

I’ve already met four of them, the first one is the do-yours-and-i’ll-do-mine. Most likely, he or she wants to be alone. The second one, it was stated in the book, it is the “saint”. I’ve met one or two..I guess it is the most difficult type to follow. Number three. *ohmygosh* if I’m gonna give it a name, I’ll pick the “GREEDY MAN”. I remember one part of a book I’ve read.. it says there.. (not exactly, but this is the thought) “…we encounter a lot of fees when we got a credit card: membership fee, foreign transaction fee, availment fee, maintenance fee, cancellation processing fee, overlimit fee, WE-ARE-GREEDY FEE!!!“*haha*

the fourth one? very idealistic. ❤

Sometimes I wonder if it is really possible to meet somebody who could actually do things for the others, before minding himself.. thinking of other people first, before he could think of himself. For now, it is zero. Ahh! No. I know one person who fits number FOUR. 🙂