"i'll like a drop of rainwater refracting light...
and a dash of illumination across the endless dark too."

Friday, August 27, 2010

"and because love is subjective, you can define it as anything; hence nothing is correct and nothing is wrong. and so in short, if you believe in love, you believe in nothing..."

  full time philosopher for hire. anyone? abstractology = fruit of excessive thinkingnism.

so, why beauty and the beast and not any other fairytales?
because it wasn't love at first sight for once?

 because neither the life nor the consciousness of the lady hinged on a kiss?

 because looks and possesion became secondary?

because it took more courage and strength to let go than to pursue or to hold on?

because it went deeper than appearance?

because they saw each other, knew each other, and found each other. 
because it entailed the essential spirit of true love - self sacrifice.

yet why prince and not beast? the looks?
but he was not born a beast, but a prince who eventually found his true self through her. 

and she was a lady who was brave enough to dream, to seek, and to love.

a tale
as old as time.

Sunday, August 22, 2010

"but you can't say to the rain, more rain, and the sun, more sun."

"you said you dreamt that we'd grow old together."
"and we did..."

why, dreams.