We've come a long way from where we began.. I'll tell you all about it when I see you again. (See You Again - Charlie Puth/Wiz Khalifa)
Sore itu saya ketik pesan singkat untuk kakak. Kapan pulang..?, tanya saya. Agustus, jawabnya singkat. Entah kenapa saya ngotot 'mencari' kakak hari itu, padahal saya tahu persis kapan dia pulang. Mungkin karena sudah dua hari saya tidak mendengar kabar kakak. Saya kangen sampai terbawa mimpi, mimpi ketemu kakak. Saya kangen, tapi saya malu untuk ngomong. Jadi menulis pesan singkat basa basi adalah usaha terbaik saya.
Esok subuhnya saya mendapat kabar kakak berpulang tadi malam, kakak pergi saat tidur, di mess karyawan, di site tambang di Kalimantan, seminggu sebelum jadwal pulang ke Jakarta. Kakak tidur dan tidak bangun lagi, setelah sebelumnya seperti biasa menelpon isteri dan anak2nya untuk mengucapkan selamat malam. Seandainya saya tahu hari itu hari terakhir saya bersama kakak, saya pasti akan tulis pesan lebih panjang, saya akan tanyakan lebih banyak hal, saya akan ceritakan lebih banyak peristiwa, saya akan katakan saya sayang dia berkali-kali, saya akan teriakkan rindu berulang-ulang, saya akan mohon maaf sebanyak-banyaknya, saya akan ucapkan terimakasih setulus-tulusnya. Tapi tidak, tidak ada yang tau.
Kepergian mama empat tahun lalu, dan kakak empat bulan lalu, membuat saya belajar lebih menghargai waktu bersama keluarga. Belajar lebih mensyukuri kehadiran orang2 di lingkaran terkecil saya. Dan belajar lebih memahami, that in the end of the day, the only matter is your family, not your big house, or your fancy outfit, or your savings balance in the bank.
I have learned that when you miss your family, just tell them. Hug your husband, hold your wife, kiss your children, visit your brother, text your sister, call your mom and dad. Tell them you love them. So they know how much they mean for you. Tell them now. Don't wait till tomorrow, because you'll never know, you'll never know, my friend.. what tomorrow may bring 💕
“Loving you, is like breathing..how can I stop....”
The only book I bought last month is #TheHateUGive . I bought it because I really wanted to read it right away. I am sure you've seen this book everywhere by now. It's basically about black lives matter movement. Though it's a fictional novel, it tremendously reflects the real life. It's dark and heartbreaking but I appreciate the author's sense of humor so it wasn't as hard to go through pages as other books with similar topic. That's what I love about this book so much. It carrries important messages that we should be aware of but at the same time it is an enjoyable read with the author's wit. If you havent read yet, please do!
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|| BE A CONSTRUCTIVE WOMAN || Be a constructive woman, a supportive one... One who understands other women and helps them to move ahead in a positive way
It is said that a woman can understand another woman the best and it is true. If women build up each other , maybe the society would be a better place ... I have seen girls bitching and backbiting about each other.. But if rather than picking up each other's faults, we help each other to correct ourselves.. Then won't it be better?? If rather than fighting for a guy who chose you over another girl or who chose another girl over you.. If you try to develop yourself .. Freeing of all such thoughts, then won't it improve you?? Will crying for someone who left you or whom you left help?? Instead.. You keep yourself and others happy.. Do things which makes you happy.. Cultivate good habits , focus on your career,future qnd hobbies, grow them and move ahead. Go out, hang out with friends, listen to songs, dance like a child, play like a kid... but whatever it is.. Enjoy life to the fullest.. But never lose yourself in the long run..never allow anyone to let you down and most importantly never depend on anyone for your happiness ... ❤💜 - DEEPANNITA SANKRETIK
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"To believe in your love was me standing at the end of the world with you and diving into abandoned starry skies, knowing I would lose everything.
⛧⛧⛧⛧⛧ Sharing my fears like the last supper, I whispered my secrets and softly kissed you when I turned the other cheek. ⛧⛧⛧⛧⛧⛧ Guided you to my quiet places...
Sprinting through the rain until I broke down,
Leading you into the dark where French blues echoed in my candle lit home; while you watched my shadow dance around.
Held your hand as we swam down to the bottom of our favorite bottles just so I can unlock the stories of true happiness that were tightly locked in my heart...
My soft kisses quickly turned into bruised lips,
The ambience of my quiet get aways turned into your drunken screams and my loud cries. "
I didn't share just innocence and Chaos, I overcame the barbarous hostilities that you stacked upon my soul and as a Solomons seal I still blossomed in the shadows under the abandoned moons. ~Rain
I DARE YOU .
I dare you to take a piece of paper and write down 3 of your life greatest goals. I don’t care how impossible and unbelievable they appear to be, right them ANYWAYS!
Below those goals, ask yourself WHY you want them, like what is the purpose and the intention you have in wanting to have that happen in your reality! Then write HOW you’re going to achieve them; make a plan. Then, WORK hard towards those goals and NEVER GIVE UP until you succeed! What’s success? Define it! Get it! You can do it!!!
You got this! Believe in yourself! If Steve Jobs hadn’t dreamt, Apple wouldn’t be here today! .
Never give up because you don’t know what could come out of it. You don’t know what the future has in store for you.
I dare you, to shake the world with your vision!
Not wearing any makeup and going barefaced can be so liberating at times. Don’t get me wrong, I love putting on a full face of makeup (foundation, contour and the whole nine yards) but I also like how I look without any makeup. The sunspots on my skin, the traces left after I breakout, my messy brows, my hair in a bun and so on. What I’m trying to say is for us women to become kinder to ourselves. to love our perfect imperfections, and to know that we are enough as is. Thick or thin, fat or skinny, let’s embrace who we are. Yes we can put on makeup and look great, but behind the make makeup lives the me, you, us.
why is it that men can go out of the house as is, and some of us women, see the utter need to hide each and every pimple or its trace. I usually have 2-3 makeup free days or minimal makeup days, it’s liberating. Share your thoughts with me, what do you think?
یاد بگیریم که خود را همان طوری که هستیم دوست داشته باشیم. خودِ خودِ طبيعي مان را. ما زنها خود رو خیلی اذیت می کنیم و از خود خیلی توقع داریم...شما چه فکر می کنید؟