“It is when you finally let yourself fall from the sky of randomness without fear. You just fall and love. You live and then survive.”
Believe me or not, it took me over an hour to think of the title for this one. I think I failed. *laughs*
I’m still having my Stendhal syndrome caused by the series I have just watched and soaked myself with tears because it was one of the series I would watch even after a decade.
For a week, Descendants of the Sun was my snack box after I got home from work. It wasn’t a typical love triangle, turning into square, pentagon until it becomes a decagon. Nor a classical drama of being a rug to riches.
It’s more of a real life story colored with love, pain, sacrifices, tears, happiness, strength, promises, courage, dignity and trust. (If you have watched it, you would know.)
It has shown that life means nothing if we’re not dedicated, passionate and true to what we do. Whatever path we deal with, it takes a courageous heart and a strong will to protect what we love, whom we love..
It has shown how a person can be so bold—cross a war, outstand an earthquake.. but then our deepest fear is to lose the person who carries our heart. Maybe we’re not afraid of losing ourselves, but we’re scared to lose someone. And to see that person burst into tears just because we’re not there.
This series or this movie or whatever you call it, will get old. Maybe some people will not be able to watch it. I’m just glad that I have had a glance of such. Whoever thought of the story, it’s brilliant. Sooo brilliant.
It kinda taught me of something though
..that love really entails trust. And you’ll always learn it the hard way.
And.. It is when you finally let yourself fall from the sky of randomness without fear. You just fall and love. You live and then survive.