I suddenly think of The Beatles' Hey Jude. I remember myself singing it along when walking out of the architecture building. The sky was perfectly blue, I remember how I enjoyed walking in the very yellow sunshine road. I remember the time I chilled at Jazz, how I loved it when the waitress sang along the line.
And when I'm down down down, Hey Jude is one of my cheer-up songs. It's never getting old.
Hey Jude don't make it bad Take a sad song and make it better Remember to let her into your heart Then you can start to make it better
Hey Jude don't be afraid You were made to go out and get her The minute you let her under your skin Then you begin to make it better
And any time you feel the pain, Hey Jude, refrain Don't carry the world upon your shoulders For well you know that it's a fool who plays it cool By making his world a little colder Da da da da da da da da da
Hey Jude don't let me down You have found her now go and get her Remember to let her into your heart Then you can start to make it better
So let it out and let it in Hey Jude begin You're waiting for someone to perform with And don't you know that it's just you Hey Jude you'll do The movement you need is on your shoulder
I decided to open a new blog, which I share interesting clips, pictures and stories help bringing a smile to my face, and yours as well. I don't hide from sadness, I'm trying to bring a more positive side of it to life. When it comes to problems, I see that we tend to seek out for the ones, the things that used to make us laugh. They don't have to be extraordinary, but they are telling a story, in which you find a way out, not to escape, but face the pain.
Well, pain is inevitable, suffering is optional.
That's how I want to live my life. You're not supposed to be crying... alone.
I remember watching this stop motion video 3 or 4 months ago, while doing work in my art studio. Bet we all have some time when you know deadline is near but something is totally keeping you away from doing works. I'd rather watch drama. Big sigh.