A: “Cauliflower looks like sliced brain.” B: “…” A: “I mean, if you sliced a human brain, that’s what it would look like.” B: “I don’t know what a sliced human brain looks like!” A: “Looks like cauliflower.”
“Well, I’ll tell you something,” she said. “If you don’t turn your life into a story, you just become a part of someone else’s story.” “And what if your story doesn’t work?” “You keep changing it until you find one that does.”
– on your story |
Terry Pratchett, The Amazing Maurice and his Educated Rodents
Just because you realized what you want to do in the future,you don’t suddenly awaken some kind of talent that was sleeping inside of you and instantly become really good at it like some main protagonist of a manga would.
You have been telling me you’re in love. He’s the one. But today you asked me ‘how do you know if it’s real love… I think it’s real…I have never felt like this before…’
And I asked you, ‘but really, what is fake love?’
I can tell that you’re in love. It shows. The whole you is glowing and you’re looking good. I thought of that when we were sitting there talking - that you actually looked an awful lot more cuter than before…now when your whole being is filled with him.
And yes. I believe you’re in love. Even if I never have felt it before, myself, I can tell you’re somewhat different, in a good way and he’s the cause, I’m sure if it.
He’s good for you. He has changed you, to the better and you deserve some happiness, my friend, you really do.