Some memories get etched onto our minds.
They make themselves stronger than diamonds, in the sense that they become so stubborn, they won’t ever leave, not even when you want them to.
Those memories are also lighter than feather, at times they’ll come to you when you least expect them to.
Memories are your assets, but don’t get too attached to them, they also possess the power to destroy you.
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Then comes the intensive longing for the past. Wherein you actually have to ask yourself, “Is this what they call ‘nostalgia’? Really? But, isn’t it supposed to be soothing? Isn’t it supposed to bring a big smile on my face? Then why is it breaking me down??” Perhaps, I’ll never find the answer to it. But yes, nostalgia is both placid and turbulent at the same time. And I don’t even know how is that possible?!