01 February 2012

Life, in Transit

A few stops here and there may actually be good. We get to take a pause to check where we're heading, how far we've gone, and the goods that we carry if we're still good to go.

[Queued post: This entry is inspired by Caloy's Coffee Prophecy on Jan 26th. ]

Going through a rough patch.
Hopefully I pull myself through instead of breaking down.



God bless :)

Désolé Boy said...

Some people imposed that to themselves, Victor, so it's nobody's fault but them.
But in your story, let me share what I've learned. People, most of the times, tend to focus on where they're "heading" and where "they've gone from" forgetting that the journey itself is the fun part. And that include those "rough patch." What's important is that hope. Don't ever lose that. Then stand your ground for it's more than enough.

Victor Saudad said...

Hope...is merely comforting.

sunny said...

just keep on moving forward.

Désolé Boy said...

Pardon me, but I think you're just too young hence you underestimate the power of hope. I only I could show the things I've seen, the people I've met, you'll understand. Maybe someday, you will, too.

Victor Saudad said...

"What you must understand about me is that I'm a deeply unhappy person."