Sunday, 17 May 2015

Broken Lens.

I had my very first digital SLR way back 2012 and it was my partner in crime up until now. Until one day, I accidentally dropped my camera and the lens started acting up. I know it was superficial, but the sentimental values I had with it were worth the memories. One lesson I learned was, everything was made temporary, nothing was forever (insert emoticon here).
Comparing to inanimate objects, people come and go. Some stay but most of them leave easily. Life is too short to worry about things and people that will make us sad. Today will be the best time to let go of people who keep on poisoning our lives. Forgive them and release the grudge your heart is holding into. 
Details -- Snapback (Penshoppe), Tee (Uniqlo), Watch (Timex), Jogger Pants (Topman) and Shoes (Nike).
Make the most out of good times today before its too late. Reconnect with old friends and hang out. Find your exe's and apologize. Hug your parents and say you love them. Yeah, everything is temporary but the way we act matters.


Get up and start being happy. 

Photos: Jaycee Bori

22 comments:

  1. sayang...i also dropped one lense before, it wasn't broken but it didn't function the way it was...but the lessons you've learned was nice. yes nothing is permanent, and maybe you deserve a better one!!!

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    1. I am hoping to buy another lens, way better than my old one so my blog pictures will be greater than before! :)

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  2. I love the color of this. I can relate to you when your lens got broken. There was one time when I thought my lens was broken, and I never wanted to buy new ones because of its sentimental value. Haha.

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    1. Me too. I am very sentimental with things, but we must move on and purchase new things so as new happy memories will come rushing in! :)

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  3. I had a hard time parting with my first DSLR. I didn't break it but I had to upgrade so I sold it for a really cheap price.

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    1. Medyo masakit ng kaunti no? Anyhow, I will upgrade na rin. Yehey! :)

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  4. That's heartbreaking indeed, not because of it's monetary worth but the memories that came with it.

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  5. I feel you. I hope you'll get new lens the soonest for more awesome OOTD's :) Love the outfit!
    Good luck!

    And so true, live life as if it's your last day!

    God bless!

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  6. Ouch, I wonder what will my husband do to me if I break our DSLR haha.

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    1. I guess he will not be mad naman if that's because of accident. :)

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  7. Sorry to hear about your DSLR. I would be heartbroken if that happened to me. Anyway, I love the lessons you imparted in this post. I really believe on getting rid of the things that cause us pain and anxiety in our lives.

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    1. True that. Thanks for the sympathy, Janice. Will get a new lens as soon as I can. :)

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  8. Yes, it's time to release grudges as it will only weigh you down. I like your outfit here, they look so comfortable.

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  9. I want those shoes, I love the way your style of your fashion.

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    1. Nike Volleyball trainer's shoes. :)

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  10. Great Sef, you fashion style is always amazing :)

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  11. I like how you connected a lens to life and relationships. I agree, we have to get up and just be happy. :)

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