If she texts you, text her back. If she wants to hang out with you, hang with her. If she wants to talk to you, talk to her. If she wants to hug you, hug her. If she wants to hold your hand, let her. Just because she’s yours at the moment, doesn’t mean she will be in the future. Treat her right or someone else will.
I have this urge to tell you how I feel mainly in hopes that you would feel the same. You probably don’t.
Its sad how some Korean Americans around here are too embarrassed to associate themselves with anything related to their Korean culture. It seems like for them they’re only 2 categories of asians. Those that are identified as “white-washed” and “twinkies” or the “fobs”. It’s annoying when people categorize me as a certain type of asian and when I don’t conform to that standard, I am judged. Like how people are surprised when I speak Korean to my parents (duh I’m Korean) or when they find Korean songs on my iPod. Just because I hang out with caucasians, dress a certain way, and speak english doesn’t mean I have to try to change myself to fit some kind of stereotype. I’m not ashamed that I listen to Korean music sometimes, because I like all kinds of music. I’m not trying to hide my identity as a Korean because I’m also American. Even tho I was born in the U.S. I am entitled to be a Korean, I shouldn’t have to feel obligated to act “white” or feel embarrassed to be “asian”.
We sit silently and watch the world around us. This has taken a lifetime to learn. It seems only the old are able to sit next to one another and not say anything and still feel content. The young, brash and impatient, must always break the silence. It is a waste, for silence is pure. Silence is holy. It draws people together because only those who are comfortable with each other can sit without speaking. This is the great paradox.
I used to judge others harshly, but when I try to be more open I find myself being judge harshly also.
I think it’s an attractive quality if a guy can be open about his feelings once and a while. It reminds me that guys do have an emotional depth and they worry about the same things we girls do.
Everyone is always going through tough things, the irony in it is that everyone thinks that what there going through is just as hard as what you are. Life isn’t about surviving this, it’s about understanding this.
isn’t ironic how the one person that makes you really happy is also the same person who makes you sad and lonely?
Love at first sight is only based on lust. Love is when you truly know the details about a person. You know there fears and flaws but still love them as a person. That’s love. Love is not something that can happen at first glance at someone. Maybe its a physical attraction or an instant connection with them, but unless you get to know the person or at least talk to them at least once, that is not love.
They come into the back of your mind. That person will always be there. You can not simply forget about the feelings you had with that person. They might anger you, they might make you frustrated, they might make you sad. You might even end up hating them. But there’s a reason why you fell in love with them the first time. You never forget them. They might cross your mind from time to time. You’ll never fall in love the same way. But, you will fall in love again.