Saturday, February 14, 2009

What these movies taught me...


For a non-TV/Movie junkie like me, spending hours (> 4 hours straight) was 'OMG'. I have to thank these movies, which have taught me (or perhaps allowing me to accept certain important facts in my life, graciously): -

1. "It's you"

Of all the standard and criteria i have (well, i don't believe in listing the must-haves), i should always be reminded that when it comes to marrying one, i have to fall in love with that special someone, with my heart - not because of his possession and disposition, not for his future but of his present and most importantly, he could bear listening to me reading anything (out loud) (which i found amusing and interesting) from Readers' Digest even when we are stucked in a bad traffic or he had a bad day at work :)

2. "Music and Lyric"

"Melody is like seeing someone - their physical and sexuality - and lyric is like knowing that person - of what makes this person".

The beauty of knowing is priceless for it makes me inspired even a bad day at work seems breezy.

Knowing is believing, so please, if you think you know me so well, you may continue with your unsolicited matchmaking efforts, to find me THE ONE and ONLY. Otherwise, please save me and yourself from unnecessary heartbreaks and disappointment, for i have broken too many a heart and i have seen too many friendship being abandoned, as a result.

p.s. Oh I love the chemistry this couple has - Hugh Grant and Drew Barrymore - and even more knowing that they are such wonderful singers (just like Ewan McGregor, Nicole Kidman and Gwyneth Paltrow).

3. "Miss Porter"

I would agree that a woman at my age should get married and have kids of my own but please, a woman of my age should, most importantly, always remember that every single day that she has is special. What bliss a marriage can bring if sorrow and tears blanket your heart everyday?

They say the greatest thing in life is to love and be loved. There maybe times when THE ONE and ONLY passed on to the other side of the world or maybe when he hasn't cross my path, i would never let such emptiness, from his absence, to stop me from doing what i love and what i believe in. Love comes to those who live, to those who give and to those who believe.

4. "Becoming Jane"

Even in this century, women of independent minds may cause the opposite sex to has this unfounded inferiority complex. So be it, if one doesn't find it appropriate, which may result in me being a spinster, for i won't silent my thoughts and views for the sake of having my man next to me at annual dinners and making babies.

How much i love someone, i should always contemplate the appropriateness of such love being manifested in a marriage. Would your selfishness yearning to have his love, no matter what, be any good to others?

Above all, love should be unconditional.

6 comments:

K-E said...

Im not a movie goer too.BTw, those movies u mentioned here,are those independent films ,rite?

Fi-sha said...

Hi K-E! I watched those movies on HBO and SMV. I could say that they are independent movies, mostly TV movies except for "music and lyrics"...

zewt said...

my comment gone?

zewt said...

i was saying... u should watch the curious case of benjamin button... too many lessons in that film.

Fi-sha said...

Dear Zewt

I will definitely watch "the curious case of benjamin button". Thanks for 'reminding' me :)

WanHidayat said...

Salam Akak...

Frankly, I didn't read this entry thoroughly...once I get back form offshore this late evening, I will read again and again...

Kelm kelabaut...lewat samapi darat after few days offshore...then kena pergi lagik for daily basis...

Hope akak sihat2 sahaja di sana...

Wishing u a wonderful day ahead...

:)