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into_the_wild

Dreams are what you wake up from.

14 years of Livejournalling, and hopefully, more to come.


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:: Four Quartets ::

At the end of all our
journeying we shall return to the
place from which we started
and know it for the
first time

-- T.S. Eliot


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oh... u also got those M1 smses... heh

Erm, it's not loh.

*bleah*

At times we walked too fast that we even do not looked back at what has happened...
Good to back track once in a while.

I do not know if being determined in te first place is the way to go .....

Nothing is so awesomely unfamiliar as the familiar that discloses itself at the end of a journey.

hmm.

It's like staring into the mirror at yourself sometimes; and realise that you do not really recognize the person you're looking at.

Sometimes.


Life is just a mirror, and what you see out there, you must first see inside of you.

Usually.

been playing with the make-up kit again? ;P

The bible says "for dust you are, and to dust you shall return"

Actually there is another quote tat is commonly used at funerals, " Ashes to Ashes, Dust to Dust "


Hi - hope you don't mind me commenting, but I don't think that's what T.S. Eliot meant.

To me, his phrase captures the wisdom that I (hopefully) acquire as I go through life. I "journey" in the sense that I continually seek out new experiences and change, hoping to grow and find answers to the great prime questions.

But I have a sneaky feeling that in the end, I will find that which I seek where I started. The irony, of course, is had I not journeyed, I would not have found it.


Oh, you perhaps misunderstand my quote as well. The quote " Ashes to Ashes, Dust to Dust "
is used in funerals to signify that in the end, a mans's journey ultimately returns back to his origins.

Brilliantly written, and I am just beginning to appreciate the wisdom behind it.

It is the gift of poets that they capture in a stanza what I would not be able to describe in a ream.

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