The Fault In Our Stars.


That title has so much depth to it. The fault…the mistake…the problem…the hindrance…each to its own. But there’s always a problem in everyones life.

What is love? Is it just about being physical? Is it about going on that perfect date so that you could tell your friends about how mystical he was or about how hot she was? Or is it about just being there for that person when he or she needs you…listening to that person when it matters the most and standing up when the whole world turns their back?

People nowadays have lost the true meaning of love…its all about the trophy you can show or a gateway from loneliness!

A friend once told me, to love others you need to love yourself. That statement changed me. Changed the person I was. Once you start to love yourself, you actually realize what you need. You don’t need someone only because you don’t want to be a loner at a coffee shop or go watch The Vow alone. You should be with someone because everything you do with that person is X2.

If you’ve read the fault in our stars, you’d know what i mean. Augustus was there for Hazel, he didn’t need Hazel but everything he did with her only made him happier…made them happier. Their relationship grew ever stronger with every OKAY. I was really devastated when Augustus passed away because what she felt around wasn’t materialistic…it was really one of it’s kind. Something that she won’t feel again. When you’re with someone it shouldn’t be about the money he has or because of his looks. It should be about how he makes you feel.

Feelings are what last a lifetime and nothing else.

In the end…I don’t know.

I really don’t.