Around a year ago, a good friend of mine from London told me his cancer had returned. He'd fought it off twice before. He said he wouldn't be in touch with me any longer, because he didn't want to be a burden. None of my attempts to convince him I was happy to be there for him succeeded. He never again answered my calls, nor my messages. It's the last I ever heard from him. We'd worked on some music together. And the first time he heard Rihanna's Anti album was from my phone. We both savored it as we were blown away by the rawness of it. He was a lot on my mind yesterday. He was such amazing company and such a joy - few people have ever made me laugh the way he did. This is for him. Maybe he can hear it. And see past its imperfections, the way he always looked past mine. #higher#60secondcover#rihanna#always#remembered#latepost
Joel, the guy in green - kickboxing or Muay Thai? What do my martial artists say? I think it looks more like kickboxing. Then again, I know nothing about kickboxing. 😂Martial I'd say: Jackie Chan movies 😆
First time I've ever bought something from the store I work in. 😀❤ (Emporio Armani, Moda Mall) At 80% off, of course! 😆Guys, if you haven't already, you need to check out our end-of-season sale! Discounts from 40-80%!
Wrote this during my lunch break earlier. It's been a really productive day! 😀 HAVOC Is the world really Such a dangerous place Is it really this vile Are we such a disgrace Is our freedom pretense Are we really enslaved Inherently locked up With no way to escape If so, why on earth Would we stay on this planet Why don't we just bounce Why don't we just vanish Would God give us this life As a gift and then damn it? Would He in His vastness Really leave us stranded Are we bound to lose With these cards we are handed Or is it all up to us Is it a case of us planning Then sabotaging ourselves Misdirecting the magnet That constantly attracts Through our minds, could our habits Be the real culprit The hindrance, the challenge If our sole objective Were to maintain our own balance I wonder how far we Could go, if we managed To find peace with ourselves Our journeys, the havoc That we sometimes cause In this great world we inhabit