The lonely moments

Why is it easy for us to feel lonely in the midst of a crowd? Or even at a bustling party full of family and friends — the pang of heartache and sadness coming up in the most people-filled circumstances?

In the past eight months since moving home, I have felt deep pangs of loneliness. But despite these moments where I want to clutch my heart as if someone had stabbed me, I have also experienced…

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Vulnerability & Scars

Sunday mornings.

I have been thinking a lot about vulnerability recently. It’s a dear friend I do my best to be consistent with. But I find myself failing vulnerability in the late.

On TimBeTold‘s newest album, there is a song called Cover Up Your Scars”. Tim asks us,

You never had a lover,
but if you ever did, would they ever break your heart?
Are you strong enough to recover,
or would you just…

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Victoria Harbor is a beautiful beast.

(via lovehongkong)

Time flows in a strange way on Sundays.
Haruki Murakami (via goldenlocket)

(via shannonicole)

Diane Birch - Hold On a Little Longer


"Hold On a Little Longer" / There’s a hole in your heart that keeps getting bigger and a fire that keeps going out. 


751 plays
Your love is crashing over me, it’s surging like a raging sea; immerse me in the wonder of Your love. A downpour of unending grace, consuming all my reckless ways, my sins submerged; Your love has saved my soul.
(via hope-movement)

Square pegs don’t fit into circles.

I am probably the least rebellious PK/MK out there, but my one act of rebellion would probably be refusing to be put in a box. That is why I do my best to let people meet ME before eventually casually mentioning the family background.

Anyways, back to my…

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Free writes on a Saturday morning

Observations about the dichotomy between two couples I see on the D train.

Couple A:
Couple in their early 20s. showing signs of PDA, intertwined hands, conversing and joking a lot.

Couple B:
Elderly couple, 60s? Both reading a magazine and newspaper —…

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