I think the reason why I love Spirited Away so much, and by extension Joe Hisaishi, is because the first time I watched it I was 10, and I was in Malaysia, where everything is simple.
It evokes so many emotions in me, and I was also lucky enough to watch it again with my favourite person, exactly 10 years later.
IMMA WATCH IT AGAIN WHEN THIS SEMESTER IS OVER and figure out exactly why it’s so lovely
CAN I JUST SAY, I LOVE JOE HISAISHI
(I’ve tweeted this way too many times.)
this made me cryyyyy
this part i mean i just lost my shit
One of my resolutions for this year :)
Certainly people on exchange will never understand how the people not on exchange feel. And there is also no need to pretend that they do. It is not their fault we are being left behind - too many C pluses, too poor, or a combination of these. However, since going on a semester-long holiday was never an entitlement, any jealousy or anger or resentment that might build up must be faced head on and plucked out. Any attempt to frame ourselves as The Marginalised must be regarded with suspicion and finally rejected as poorly disguised small-minded self-pity - because absolutely no one, NO ONE, owes us anything. We know that the path in life is determined by both God and our individual choices; we can be certain and be comforted in the knowledge that what God chooses for us is far better than what we can presently understand, and where our choices have dealt us a poor hand for the time being, there is nothing but lessons to be learned from regret.
Everyday I fight the same things
Everyday I go to bed equally exhausted
you feel far away today
Credits to ME!
Missing my beautiful Sydney
Need to constantly remember that not going to Europe at the end of Year 3 is not the end of the world.