Monthly Archives: September 2008

Entry for September 30, 2008

The paradoxical — and tragic — situation of man is that his conscience is weakest when he needs it most.

~Erich Fromm~

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Entry for September 29, 2008


Oftentimes we say goodbye to the person we love without wanting to.

Though that doesn’t mean that we’ve stopped loving them.

Sometimes goodbye is a painful way to say I love you.


Let Go


Think about any attachments

that are depleting your emotional reserves.

Consider letting them go.

~Oprah Winfrey~


Entry for September 25, 2008


I have studiously tried to avoid ever using the word 'madness' to describe my condition. Now and again, the word slips out, but I hate it. 'Madness' is too glamorous a term to convey what happens to most people who are losing their minds. That word is too exciting, too literary, too interesting in its connotations, to convey the boredom, the slowness, the dreariness, the dampness of depression.
Elizabeth Wurtzel – From Book Prozac Nation


Entry for September 24, 2008

Through pride we are ever deceiving ourselves. But deep down below the surface of the average conscience a still, small voice says to us, 'Something is out of tune.'

~ Carl Jung ~


I Still Believe In You

Everybody wants a little piece of my time
But still I put you at the end of the line
How it breaks my heart to cause you this pain
To see the tears you cry fallin like rain

Give me the chance to prove
And Ill make it up to you

I still believe in you
With a love that will always be
Standing so strong and true
Baby I still believe in you and me

Somewhere along the way, I guess I just lost track
Only thinkin of myself never lookin back
For all the times I’ve hurt you, I apologize
I’m sorry it took so long to finally realize

Give me the chance to prove
That nothings worth losing you

I still believe in you
With a love that will always be
Standing so strong and true
Baby I still believe in you and me

~Vince Gill~


Entry for September 22, 2008


“We always thought we’d look back on our tears and laugh,

but we never thought we’d look back on our laughter and cry.”