Tuesday, September 18, 2012


You say you want to learn -
So, learn. 
Learn. and Travel.

Some people are sometimes your home, or destination.

With some, when you let your thoughts interlace with theirs, it would somehow be like you've known this person your entire life. You understand every nuance that crosses their minds. You can read them like you can a book.

However, with some other, as you connect to them, you realize that this is a person that would require you to try hard to discover and to uncover them, but somehow, you know you want to be spending the rest of your days (and most possibly, nights) continuing to discover and uncover them.

So Travel. and Explore.

R. L Stevenson said : and the best that we find in our travels is an honest friend. He is a fortunate voyager who finds many. We travel, indeed, to find them. They are the end and the reward of life. They keep us worthy of ourselves; and when we are alone, we are only nearer to the absent.

And if along your journey, you find someone you can respect and trust (and if you truly believe that there's something about them that can make you continue to respect and trust them, until the end of time), stretch your hand out as far as it can be stretched, find a way to pull this someone close to you, and whatever you do, never let a false sense of security trick you into not appreciating this person.


cHeRyNa PiReS said...

i love this. and i do agree with you in terms of exploring to know.

It's just that recently I received a comment saying,

"Hey, you don't have to study unnecessary stuff!"

I wonder whether everything came naturally as breathing:)

Merissa K. said...

You can't please everyone.

In their heads, their justification makes sense. In ours, they dont.

And that's okay!