The Questions that Linger

This was a post I wrote way, way back last August 29, 2010 roughly around 4 years ago. It only goes to show that even from before I always had this flair for writing. 🙂

Why do we love

but are rarely ever loved in return?

Why do we look for truth – is it lost or are we?

Why is one lie enough to forget how good a person once has been?

Why is it that when we do our best, the worst always comes out?

Why do we seek for revenge rather than forgive and let bygones be bygones?

Why do we repent for our sins but never really change at all?

What is the sound of just one hand clapping on its own?

What is more tragic: losing or gaining your heart’s desire?

How can you tell that it’s over but you can’t move on?

How do you conceal your pain with a smile while crying?

How do you know when to still and hold on and when to already let go?

How can you forget the only person you wish to remember for the rest of your life?

Who are you if you have lost what you had?

Is it right when nothing is wrong or is it wrong when nothing is right?

Because life is not only based on the answers we receive. But more often than not, on the questions we ask (Though these are almost always left hanging).

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