Let’s Talk About New York Part II.

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About a month ago I wrote a little blog post about my perception of New York City. Many readers may agree or disagree with what I had to say but I am sure everyone found at least one bit of truth to the argument I proposed. Now I know that living in New York is not a universal experience that everyone can relate to, but in order to better explain myself I decided to write a second blog post where I explain my view of New York by comparing it to a man. Here it goes:

New York City is that shitty boyfriend you’re so crazy about that you never manage to leave him. And if you ever do leave him you always keep him in the back of your mind wondering why things never worked out. You endure it’s shitty winter, pay it’s overpriced rent and make yourself feel better by telling yourself that all of these sacrifices will be worth it when you finally get to live the life you always envisioned yourself living with him. Except most of the time your shitty boyfriend just stays shitty forever and even though you secretly know that you are wasting spending your youth working towards nothing you still convince yourself to stay a little bit longer to see if things change.

The curious thing is that leaving him never seems to cross your mind. You are simply never willing to give up on this city/man’s potential of giving you everything you ever dreamed of. You know no one else will provide you with the thrills, exhilaration and amount of extreme emotions as he will. The thought of giving him up to pursue a conventional life sounds as logical as giving up you Louboutin stilettos for Nike Trainers (event though Louboutins hurt the hell out of your feet.) Its like leaving James Dean for an accountant who wears khakis. Its the eternal promise that one day this man will treat you right and give you everything he promised you that makes you stay.

So once again I repeat: New York is like a really shitty boyfriend. Its difficult and most times the negatives outweigh the positives, but you are so completely blinded by love you decide to overlook all of them. And that kind of passion is really hard to replicate.

In Everyone’s Past There Is A Love They Can’t Get Over, And A Summer Where It All Began.

I Know I have overused this quote but “in order for a relationship to work there are two defining factors: love and timing. And timing can be a real bitch.” There couldn’t be a more accurate quote to describe my current situation.

So my question is, how does one react to this? Should you be thankful that you go the chance to be with this person even if it was just for a brief moment in time or do you wish you never met them because then you wouldn’t know what you have been missing out on this entire time?

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siempre seremos para alguien la persona correcta, que conocieron en el momento equivocado.

Find What You Love And Let It Kill You

Given that valentine’s day is just around the corner I have decided to compile a series of non-conventional love-inspired pictures. Consider this a carefully curated gallery of love quotes, images and sentiments.

favorite what ifBecause a missed opportunity is a chapter in your life you will never get to read. This year aim todo everything your heart desires, because there is nothing worse than wondering: What if?

ghostswallflower

A quote from one of my all time favourite books (and is now a movie): The Perks Of Being A Wallflower. You deserve better, never settle.

yogaMotivation to start doing more yoga!

andy wiseAndy Warhol

woodyFor those who didn’t know, Tom Hanks was the voice behind our favourite cowboy Woody.

drunk

buddha

so perfect

bob marley

Source: amelialyon.net via Adriana on Pinterest

Oh come on, I had to post at least one mushy picture.

Non-conventional love is the most passionate of them all.

Non-conventional love is the most passionate of them all.

I hope my post gave you a new perspective about Valentine’s Day.