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Started by dsanchez, May 25, 2008, 05:25:39
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Quote from: Freakshow on June 17, 2008, 12:16:56I had lots of things in my mind - so I said to me every week next week I will visit/ or call her. When I finally did it I had to realise that she died two weeks ago.
Quote from: dsanchez on May 25, 2008, 05:25:39How many times in our lifes we had the chance to meet a long time friend and we just skipt the meeting with the classic "I don't have time, maybe next week"?
Quote from: MeltingMan on May 03, 2015, 16:53:51I had a few opportunities to met former friends, but everything was different.Of course it is terrible to lose a friend due suicide,but regret..?
Quote from: Sodoura on May 07, 2015, 13:51:00... But I feel like I'll just keep on doing it with everyone, even though I don't want to because it's really no good. Because I'll end up regretting it everytime and I'll be filled with sorrow, thus I'll end up being a really depressed person. :(
Quote from: Sodoura on May 09, 2015, 17:04:14Tried way too many times to be someone else, and I can't change.I can't help not being who I am.
QuoteTo conclude, your basic personality type cannot change - however, you can (and should!) change the aspects of your personality that you are unhappy with. By doing this you will strengthen your shadow traits and become a more well-rounded individual, even though your dominant traits will still remain the same. Such a change could be triggered by either the environment you are in or your own will - to each his own.
QuoteI kept passing on the opportunity to sit down and have a drink with him, have a chat, Smith said. I was very regretful. I had never used the words. I wrote them down to get it out of my system. I thought it might be a good opportunity to actually sing something with a bit more emotional weight. The singles are a bit glib, because I think they have a better chance of getting airplay. It is nice to sing a song that meant something, and to think it is going to be a single is a good thing. Strangely enough, it turned out to be the record company's favourite one (of the new songs).
QuoteIt's about Billy MacKenzie, once the singer of The Associates. Two months before The Cure his band was contracted by our recordcompany Fiction. I knew him since 1978. We appeared on stage together and I took part at his records. He was a very good friend. In 1996 he figured in our Mint car video and we made an appointment to see eachother soon. The next thing I heared of was he killed himself. I was overwhelmed with a mix of emotions: anger, feeling of guilt and sadness. I wrote this song at that time, but I did found it too personal to put it on a regular CD. I could have changed the text into less strong words, like I did before with suchlike songs, but I still couldn't find it in my heart to do it. Now, when there's some more distance to that sad happening , it may see the light