Well apparently, when that most loved, most important person to us has cancer, no other thing in life matters that much anymore.
If you fear something enough, you can make it happen – Sylvia Plath, the movie
…like kejatohan cicak di rumah orang saking parnonya liat banyak cicak berkeliaran
Céline: Did you ever keep a journal when you were a kid?
Jesse: Um, yeah…On and off, I guess.
Céline: It’s funny, I read a…one of mine from ’83, the other day.
Céline: And, what really surprised me, is that I was feeling with life, the same way am now. I was much more hopeful and naive, but the core, and the way I was feeling things, is exactly the same. It made me realize I haven’t changed much at all.
Jesse: Yeah, I don’t think anybody does; people don’t want to admit it, but it’s like we just…we have these innate set points.
Jesse: You know, it’s like…nothing much that happens to us changes our disposition.
Exactly what I think right now :/ and it kinda sucks
Probably such warning has never existed in ancient era, or maybe it remains nonexistent to some ignorant dumbasses until present days:
Your failed upbringing is none of your children’s fucking business. It’s not their problem, and you should have resolved all your issues WAY before even thinking about copulating and procreating in the first place.