Love someone


« When you love someone, truly love them, you lay your heart open to them. You give them a part of yourself that you give to no one else, and you let them inside a part of you that only they can hurt-you literally hand them the razor with a map of where to cut deepest and most painfully on your heart and soul. And when they do strike, it’s crippling-like having your heart carved out. »

- Sherrilyn Kenyon

My Love


« My Love »

My love, we have seen it all
The Endless confession,The rise and fall
As fragile as a child
Lately I’m sorry I can’t hold a smile

But I stand tall to get by
No matter how hard I try to hide
Did you know I take the time for you
Did you know that I would see you through
Did you know that I would play the part
I must’ve made it clear right from the start

My love, can you give me strength
Somehow I forgot how to ease my pain
I know I’m right where I belong
Something from nothing never proved me wrong
I would share my whole life with you
Would you do the same for me
I would give all I am to you
Would you do the same for me

-Linda Perry For Celine Dion



Life is about trusting your feelings & taking chances, losing & finding happiness, appreciating the memories and learning from the pain & realizing that people always change.

No longer


Still can’t believe…

A part of me just died, and I had to watch it die slowly. Yet I feel like I got robbed so quickly. Robbed by my own body. Why can’t it deal with the pain? Why can’t it cop with it for a tiny bit longer?

Dancing has always been second nature to me, an impulse, an instinct. It was where I got my identity from for most of my life and now I’m losing sight of what I am. It was the only thing I could truly and honestly depend on. Guess not!

Now what?

When you find something that you’re roundly good at doing, that feels good while doing it and that someone rips it away from you. It hurts, but if that someone is your own self, it hurts even deeper.

As of today, I am no longer a dancer. I am no longer a part of that family that saw me grow up and evolve into the young woman that I’ve became. I  will no longer be able to get up on a stage in front of hundreds of people and feel that excitement rising. I  can no longer explore the miracle of body mouvement, of pushing the limits, of expressing throught the purest, rawest of art.

As of today, I no longer am.

The Top 10 Ways to Start Living Your Life


Life either happens to us, or we take hold of life and live it.

Here are 10 Ways to get a life and start living it. by ME “Liz” Strauss

  1. Give yourself permission to claim your life. That’s right — permission. You’re the only one who can decide you are in charge of your life. Even though it feels like you’re not supposed to do so, turn off the internal editors, the old tape recordings, the “shoulds, have tos, and musts”, and the rules that didn’t come from you.

  2. Define what living means to you. It’s not as hard as it sounds. Just picture yourself at the end of your life looking back. What words would you want to describe how you lived your life and who you are as a person?

  3. Stop living in the future. Every time you think “someday” or “when I have time I will,” stop. Ask yourself, “Why not now?” Think about this sentence, “I always wanted to, but never did.” Start doing the things you always planned to do. Choose your life every morning. Plan one thing you will do that day to feel alive.

  4. Surround yourself with people who enjoy living. They’ve obviously discovered how to have a life and live it. Why not hang with the pros?

  5. Lay down your pain and your anger. Carrying them around makes living harder and less fun. It doesn’t bring anything, and it steals a lot.

  6. Let the losers win. Don’t argue about things that you don’t care about. Unless there’s some real threat, let the folks who have something to prove, prove what they need to. Why waste your living time trying to fix what’s wrong with them?

  7. Create energy. Jump to forgiveness and love, then figure things out. Most conclusions we jump to are not only wrong, they’re negative. Negative conclusions lead us to prepare a defense. Being on the defensive isn’t living. It’s hiding from life.

  8. Learn the physical symptoms of when your head and heart become disconnected. We know when we’re having a knee jerk reaction, when we’re feeling sorry for ourselves, and when we’re being blind to people’s feelings. We can remember how it felt physically while we were behaving badly. Get to know those symptoms, and you can stop the behavior. Living life will feel a whole lot safer because you won’t be in danger of shooting yourself in the foot.

  9. Take small risks that push your boundaries in every way. The joy of life is packed in learning that matches our skill set. When we stretch just a bit intellectually, physically, emotionally, we grow. Living is growing. Even your cells know that.

  10. Value and protect the people and the places you care about. A job isn’t a life. It’s just a part of one. Let the people you care about come first, and let everyone know that you do. Re-read numbers 1 and 2.

Pick Up The Pieces


takemyhand.jpgI was adrift
On an ocean all alone
You came and rescued me
When I was far from home

A rush of love around my heart
Just as I fell apart

+ Nobody ever cared as much for me
Nobody’s touched my heart and healed my pain
You’ve picked up the pieces
And put me back together again +

Careful, we’re fragile
And easily we break
In your arms I’m certain
Is all the love we’ll make

A rush of love around my heart
Just as you take my hand


I’ll write your name in stars across the sky
We’ll drift away into each other’s eyes


Lyrics from Pick Up The Pieces – Instant Star

Live the pain all over again…


Have you ever been hurt and the place tries to heal a bit, and you just pull the scar off it over and over again531haveyoueverbeenhurt.jpg

…abrupt, bloodless, silent violence…



It felt like a baseball bat to my chest, but swung from the inside. Clear bluespots twinkled in the concerns of my vision. It was abrupt, bloodless, silent violence. Nothing was visibly broken, nothing radically changed to the naked eye, but the pain made my world stand still.

- Slash: The Autobiography

Tragedies happen


« George Bernard Shaw once wrote: There are two tragedies in life: one is to lose your heart’s desire. The other is to gain it.

As far as I’m concerned, Shaw was a punk. Coz you know what? Tragedies happen. What’re you gonna do, give up? Quit? No. I realise now that when your heart breaks, you gotta fight like hell to make sure you’re still alive. Coz you are, and that pain you feel, it’s life. The confusion and fear, that’s there to remind you that somewhere out there is something better. And that something is worth fighting for. »
-.- OTH 222 -.-

I do…



I do wanna live someday.

I do wanna live without this pain in my chest.

I do wanna believe there’s something there for me.

I do wanna reach out to someone.

I do wanna make something good out of my life, even maybe something great.

I do wanna get out of the character I’ve built to protect me from myself.

All those things I’ve realized, but now what?

Where do I go from here?

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