A couple of nights ago before going to sleep, I opt to step out of my balcony so as to decide whether to shut my windows close and turn on the AC or leave the balcony door and windows open since its tranquil and nippy.
And while gazing at the night sky I was thrilled to see multiple stars in the heavens.
too sad my camera couldn’t capture it
It dawned in me that it has been more than a year that I haven’t seen those stars hanging from the sky. It was beautiful. Seeing stars in the metro sky has been so rare. It has gone so infrequent that metropolitan folks have started to link seeing night time stars as positive signs from the heavens that their longings will soon be granted. No thanks to the smog and pollution of the concrete jungle.
I decided not to link seeing stars to the multiple wishes that I have. I simply smiled and enjoyed the site. And while stepping inside, I opted to keep the balcony door and windows open. When I closed my eyes, I realized that sleeping under the stars is a perfect way to end the night.
this photo was grabbed from OneRepublic’s facebook page
Poetic genius, that’s how I would simply describe this song. Though not a new song, this track has actually been the music I kept on playing and listening to inside my bathroom every morning while I take a bath for the past two weeks. I would even sing along loudly, as in at the top of my horrible out-of-tune voice.
I don’t know why I am so stuck and fascinated by its catchy beat. Or maybe it’s the lyrics of the song that kept me captivated. It tells you about overcoming the hideous parts of life and finding a greater meaning of it. It proclaims that sometimes taking risks in life are doorways to the best moments of your existence. The ones you were meant to experience and live to see.
Or maybe the reason why I so like this song is because of my internal desire for an insane precursor that something big is coming. Because, instead of counting dollars I’d soon be counting stars!
This song is dedicated to me! Go me!
Selpish lang ang peg!