They say that love it’s unconditional, but if we are truly honest with ourselves and with the world around us we will see that it is not.Really.Have you ever loved someone without having some expectations?Of course not.We are humans and we always want something from people, especially from the ones we love.We want them to be nice, we want them to smile, we want them to be happy.I may be too blunt at this point, but it makes me angry sometimes that no one really admits this.Maybe I am just way too selfish, but at least I have the guts to admit that I always put conditions when it comes to love.Almost all the time I want the impossible, I want unhappy people to be happy or I want to help everyone.
I truly believe that if love were unconditional, we wouldn’t expect anything in return.I am not talking about ” being loved back” at all.I am talking about the fact that we want them to achieve their dreams, to be happy all the time, to be safe, to be healthy, this kind of stuff.So, I guess that saying we want nothing is a huge lie.

Love is all about moments that take your breath away.I will never deny this.Just next time when you expect something  from your loved one think about that others expect something from you, too.All the time.Sorry to be harsh or rude or whatever, but that’s a form of love.It doesn’t mean it’s not true, it just means that it is and we have to admit it.At least, I need to, because that’s how it’s fair.Yeah, I know that life ain’t fair , but I am trying and I don’t see anything wrong with it.Everybody has their own opinions, this one is mine.


A piece of heaven

Hey, guys.Today I wanted to do something different so I thought that it was a good idea to share with you something that my friends did because they are very smart and creative people.It is actually something about my hometown.You know what they say ” Home sweet home”, right?I can’t help but fall in love with this town because of the memories which are carved on every piece of the concrete that I walk on and the history well kept inside its “walls”. I see it as a place of fairytales coming to life.
This is what I found out when I questioned my amazing friends:
This video is a unique time lapse which tries to show the beauty of Sighisoara’ s Citadel, the heart of our town.The video begins, of course, with the statue of Vlad the Impaler known as Dracula, whom is a symbol of Transylvania.Not only that, but the beginning effect is dramatic, mysterious and the sky effect following after the statue sets an atmosphere of harmony from the very beginning.The music is synchronized perfectly with these effects, making every frame seem so peaceful and full of life at the same time.Different from the existent time lapses of Sighisoara, this one uses innovations of hyperlapse, but also combines nature’s beauty with the medieval style of the town.The result: a medieval trip in the heart of Transylvania where vampires are actually real (or not), where the buildings keep scars from the historic events carved on them and where tourist are actually amazed by this town as much as we are.
In the end, there is an image of the Clock Tower, another symbol of Sighisoara, chosen wisely to show again, for the last time,our little piece of heaven.A dramatic effect covers the whole scenery, leaving you breathless, but eager to see this bittersweet town.
You might think that this great video was filmed with a DSLR, but guess what?It was actually filmed with a phone: Htc Desire 600.Unbelievable!So much beauty, onely one phone.
The effects were made with the following programs: Lapse it, Vegas Pro 12, Sony Vegas HD Movie Studio 11, Adobe After Effects CS 6.
My friends are very creative people and they worked very hard to make this idea come to life.Special thanks to them for making such an amazing job.This video for sure won’t go unnoticed.It still seems too good to be true.
Full of happiness to tell me about this they also have a message for the ones viewing the time lapse: “Like, share and subscribe keeps the internet alive.So,like , share and subscribe.”
With no further details I present you this amazing video.Enjoy 🙂

Another face of love

“People like to say love is unconditional, but it’s not, and even if it was unconditional, it’s still never free. There’s always an expectation attached. They always want something in return. Like they want you to be happy or whatever and that makes you automatically responsible for their happiness because they won’t be happy unless you are … I just don’t want that responsibility.”

Katja Millay, The Sea of Tranquility

The Right Person

“We’re all seeking that special person who is right for us. But if you’ve been through enough relationships, you begin to suspect there’s no right person, just different flavors of wrong. Why is this? Because you yourself are wrong in some way, and you seek out partners who are wrong in some complementary way. But it takes a lot of living to grow fully into your own wrongness. And it isn’t until you finally run up against your deepest demons, your unsolvable problems—the ones that make you truly who you are—that we’re ready to find a lifelong mate. Only then do you finally know what you’re looking for. You’re looking for the wrong person. But not just any wrong person: the right wrong person—someone you lovingly gaze upon and think, “This is the problem I want to have.”

I will find that special person who is wrong for me in just the right way.

Let our scars fall in love.”

–  Andrew Boyd

Growing up

Once upon a time I knew a girl with a warm smile

When she was five she used to play outside with the boys

Running all day without a care,

Believing in Santa Clause and stupid fairytales.

She saw the world as a game

And she was happy.

When she was seven she asked her mother if she may go to a pyjama party with the boys

Her mom got mad,

But she couldn’t understand why then.

The world seemed a little bit more harsh,

But she didn’t mind

Because her best friends were always by her side

And she was allright.

When she was twelve she found out that some girls were mean

While she cried herself to sleep.

One of her best friends moved away,

The other one slowly drifted apart,

Only one remained true to her heart.

She didn’t believe in fairytales anymore

Just watched the world from her tiny window

And she was growing up.

When she was fourteen she had her heart shattered to pieces

Between a Taylor Swift song and two broken bones

Trying so hard to understand why the trees change in the fall

Suffered so much because the sky was a dark grey

That seemed way too bold

And she was cold-hearted.

At fifteen she got repeatedly hurt

Started to clearly understand why the colour of the leaves changes

And the sky was a dark red

While she watched children playing outside

Thinking that one day she were like them

And she was learning.

When she was sixteen she wished she never were

‘Cause she blindly fell in love.

Touching his lips was poison

But she still ached for his touch.

By the time they broke up she had lots of friends

And a mother who supported all her wrongs

And she was beginning to be strong.

At seventeen she already knew better

That trees have to change in the fall

And that the girl who once she called her best friend was gone.

She understood why hearts were meant to break

And that some relationships were meant to fall apart

Leaving scars that would eventually heal in time.

She discovered that she could write poems

While wearing her heart on her sleeve

And she realised that the world could be heartbreaking beautiful after all.

The sky she used to watch was a light gold

And she grew up.

P.S: I was inspired by this amazing poem:



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