h.s. (via heartbeatofatwentysomething)
Even though he said no, don’t be sad. He’s looking out for us.
— Timothy Keller (via martelthechristianrapper)
— Diane Les Becquets (via luellaarbre)
But the funny and strange thing is, I ain’t even mad. *snap snap* *hairflip*
Images: Nanghinayang lang ako sa mga Photoshop layout templates ko. (Lalo na yung para sa LCC 30th Anniversary at sa APSM pubmat.) But I am can do them all over again. As for all the images produced by my vanity, well, I don’t use them all anyway. Most of my images with my friends are uploaded on Facebook. Most of my edits are on Tumblr. I can download new background images and gifs for the church presentations.
PDFs and books: I can download the pdfs and txts of my e-books as well. It would take time, but I can do that. As for the old books I downloaded for my previous subjects, well, honestly, I don’t really read them anymore.
Music: Almost all of my music files are in my phone. My recordings don’t matter hahaha they’re mostly just kept due to nostalgia.
Notepad/Thoughts: Really, most of these are only kept due to nostalgia. Maybe it’s better this way. Besides, I can’t even arrange my thoughts properly.
Sigh. Nothing is permanent in this life anymore. Except God. But change is good. Change is wonderful. Maybe this tabula rasa situation will be good for me (and my laptop).
I remember when I was showing my mother the instagram pictures of the celebrities and upperclass women whom I admired—pictures of them going to different lovely places abroad, getting tons of free stuff from online stores, or just pictures of their pretty faces. I told my mom, “Why can’t I be pretty/rich like <insert name of celebrity here>?”, and then she told me not to be envious, because I have eternal treasure in heaven—definitely better than any kind of treasure on earth.