like, honestly, maybe i’m being so positive i’m delusional but, to me, that clip can also be interpreted as noora trying to ask sana if she likes yousef
like, this is sana’s pov, and sana is feeling ignored by her friends (for real reasons, i don’t blame her, i think the squad is being shitty too), and she caught noora and yousef talking and immediately felt that that meant they were romantically interested in each other (except that, plot twist: not every boys and girls talking to each other are crushing on each other, just saying).
and now you have noora who, for all we know, might be trying to be like “hey, sanasol, your brother’s friends seemed really nice and charming, do you fancy any one of them maybe? i want to know about you” but sana was hurt and on her guards and saw it as a sign that noora is actually interested in yousef and immediately goes “you don’t want to date him”
so noora is taken aback, obviously. what prompted this? “why not?” what’s happening?
and then sana goes on and on about how muslim boys are no good and don’t want non muslim girls and noora is still a bit taken aback by this sudden change in tone…but she has no chance to clear the misunderstanding sana had about her intentions because sana then changes the topic to willhelm
so yeah, like. idk maybe i’m being too optimistic? but i see everyone freaking out and, honestly, to me, the infos we’ve been given so far do not scream “love triangle”. it’s sana’s biased view of everything that’s going on and, because this is her season, we’re sharing her bias.
“To understand the power and the mystery of gratitude, you have to experience it for yourself. So why not begin by deciding to find 100 things a day to be grateful for? If you practice gratitude every day it won’t take long before gratitude is your natural state of being, and when that happens you will have unlocked one of the greatest secrets to life.”
A lot of people feel like they’re victims in life, and they’ll often point to past events, perhaps growing up with an abusive parent or in a dysfunctional family. Most psychologists believe that about 85 percent of families are dysfunctional, so all of a sudden you’re not so unique. My parents were alcoholics. My dad abused me. My mother divorced him when I was six…I mean, that’s almost everybody’s story in some form or not. The real question is, what are you going to do now? What do you choose now? Because you can either keep focusing on that, or you can focus on what you want. And when people start focusing on what they want, what they don’t want falls away, and what they want expands, and the other part disappears.
In every moment you are broadcasting a very specific vibrational signal that is instantly being understood, and answered, and immediately your present and future circumstances begin changing in response to the signal you are projecting.
Noora is a runner. She runs from issues because she is scared to confront them. We’ve seen that a thousand times. My theory is, whatever happened in London, wasn’t necessarily bad. I think maybe William wanted to marry her or something dramatic b/c that boy is dramatic af, and it freaked her tf out. So she ran. I mean, imagine it, she doesn’t exactly have the greatest marriage role models in her life.
Just a thought because if he cheated or she cheated, she wouldn’t go around saying “it’s always going to be me and william”. My girl freaked.
there will be another clip today this was not all of ep 2 there will be another clip today this was not all of ep 2
there will be another clip today this was not all of ep 2
there will be ano- thats how its supposed to work, right Vilde?