25 April 2010

Lost

It's only after we've lost everything that we're free to do anything. -Tyler Durdin

6 comments:

Random Student said...

pushed to the brink, he's no longer pulling any strings. standing still suddenly becomes as fascinating as pushing and pulling.

karen anne said...

i can relate to this..

chingching said...

hhhhmmm food for thought.

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pmm012 said...

true, but then again it makes me wonder, when can we say that we have really lost everything? --

Rah said...
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Rah said...

I don't think it was meant to be interpreted literally. I think it means - losing what we always have valued, which in a way gives a sense of freedom by allowing us to see problems and solutions on a new perspective.

Every problem, carries a gift inside of it.