Annie asks a worried Edward what’s on his mind. As he talks about it, he reveals that he’s concerned for his mother, who’s been really tired lately. When Annie makes a joke about the situation, he lightly asks her to be serious. As they continue talking, Edward says he’s not very comfortable showing his emotions openly.
Let me pour my heart to you.
Come on. Have a heart.
I usually wear my heart on my sleeve.
I choose not to spend too much time thinking about yesterday or tomorrow. What happened has happened and what was said cannot be unsaid. It is impossible to rewrite the past, so there is no point in dwelling in it. All I can do is utilizing today to fix whatever mistakes I made. As for what will happen tomorrow, I must recognize that the future is beyond my control. Despite our plans, sometimes the unexpected happens. All I can do is preparing myself for what is to come and hope for the best.
2018/08/14 (星期二) 10:26
How do you want to be remembered after you leave this world? Did you put other people’s needs before your own and help whenever you could? Were you pleasant to be around and spread smiles everywhere you go? Or did you suck the energy out of everyone around you by being negative all the time? Were you self-centered and inconsiderate of other people’s feelings? In life, we are both givers and takers. Which role do you play more often?
2018/08/28 (星期二) 10:03