So, I’m sure most of you have some sort of therapy for yourself when you feel low or really depressed in life, or when it’s just one of those days where you feel like blurghh! You know what I mean?

Anyways, wanna know whats my therapy?


That’s right, crying.

It is honestly the best emotion that I’ve ever felt, except for love, and I’m not even sure I’ve felt love. But seriously, if I don’t cry like ever 2 weeks or so, I feel bloated, like there’s this heavy weight in my stomach, and sometimes like Atlas, carrying the weight of the world on my shoulders. That’s too much for a 17 year old, don’t you think? But sometimes its just hard to cry, I mean I want to cry, but the tears don’t fall, I literally need to push them out.

But, I’m not sad, I accept the fact that whatever had to happen would happen, because it was what was meant to happen, and God willed it to happen. But still, sometimes that just gets hard to accept.

Tulips – The symbol of Simplicity and Sophistication

Most people say that Roses are the symbol of love, and while roses are really beautiful, I prefer Tulips to them. For me, Tulips symbolize true and simple love.

I love the the simplicity and the sophistication with which the tulips stand tall and straight and the way that the petals are arranged in such an uncomplicated way. That’s how I want my love to be, uncomplicated. No secrets.

Although Tulips may not be fragrant like the rose, I prefer them because fragrance beautifies the flower from the outside and love isn’t about how the outer look, its about the things that are unsaid, its about the things that are felt.

Generally the flower is a symbol of perfect love but meanings or messages can also be attributed to different colors. Red is a declaration of true love or ‘believe me’; variegated means ‘beautiful eyes’; yellow means cheerful thoughts or a ‘sunshine smile; pink is affection and caring; orange energy, desire and passion; white is purity; purple symbolizes royalty and cream tulips mean ‘I will love you forever’.


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Quote of the day

“Lost love is still love. It takes a different form, that’s all. You can’t see their smile or bring them food or tousle their hair or move them around a dance floor. But when senses weaken, another heightens. Memory. Memory becomes your partner. You nurture it. You hold it. You dance with it. Life has to end, love doesn’t.” – Mitch Albom, the five people you meet in Heaven