Anonymous asked: What do you think of luck?
I don’t think it’s a thing.
It’s amazing to know that there is an appropriate and fitting word for nearly everything on the surface of the Earth, how when you’re very sad it’s called morose; when you’re very angry it may be that you’re furious; and when you’re happy, you’re also joyful, ecstatic, sunny, etc. I think if you lay down all the words in the English dictionary side by side using 12-pt Arial font, the bend would stretch out miles across the world.
But I also think the adage holds true to its meaning, that love is a mystery, that it’s as precious as gold; that it’s meant to be promising and one of a kind; that it holds the meaning to the world’s greatest histories; that it’s worth more than all the words in the dictionary.
And that it’s beautiful and everlasting, even though sometimes it hurts.
If it don’t hurt now then just wait, just wait a while…
—Ain’t It Fun, Paramore