Wednesday, February 4, 2015

She Is There to My Dad is a Liar 

There is a Joy for the sadness - There is an end for the hardship 

This edition explores a side of the human condition 



She Is There (poem) 

In the streets she’s waiting
Waiting on some answer
Answer for some reason
Reason she is there
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But all she sees is darkness
Darkness and surrender
Surrender to this evening
Evening of despair
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Her sun awaits the morning
Morning filled with laughter
Laughter mixed with teardrops
Teardrops fill her prayer
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For gentle mist now hides her
Her shadow midst the secret
Secret of a lady
Lady marred by care
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And there he is her answer
Answer for this moment
Moment in an evening
Evening love affair
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Somewhere a child is crying
Crying for its mother
Mother lost to hoping
Hoping child
Her precious child
The reason there is light at all
All this her prayers would spare


Who better can mix Joy in darkness: Lana Del Ray "Carmen" 

To 

People with higher incomes generally prefer their toilet paper to come over the roll, while those with lower incomes prefer it to go under. I question this useless fact. It only took 1 walking baby to train me to load my toilet paper so it wasn't all over the floor. 
I don't want to ruin the heartfelt meaning behind this video, so I can't elaborate too much. I can share, it is a commercial made by Metlife Hongkong. The interesting message Metlife is sending with this moving video is, "You can’t change your destiny, but you can create your own." The commercial was originally targeted at Metlife's Thai audience. But considering its unbelievable 1 day success, Metlife is already looking to widen the commercial's potentials (if YouTube hasn't done that already). 
So enjoy, "My Dad is a Liar!" 

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