I’m a rock.
Go ahead and sear me.
I won’t budge an inch, because I’m a rock.
Go ahead and beat me up. I’m a solid rock.
Go ahead and leave me in the dark. I’m a rock that will shine all alone.
I don’t break, ash, nor decay as I go against nature’s way.
I’m a diamond.
Nah, it’s not garbage advice. This saying can also mean the same as “facing” it.
Fake the joy when you’re sad. You’ll eventually feel happy.
Fake the courage when you’re scared/weak. You’ll eventually feel brave.
Fake it ’til you make it. I’ve overcome a lot by keeping this in my mind.
Really, this episode, this series, they’re teaching us how to be brave, how to not let the wrong win in life.
We can be brave.
We can win against them.
We just have to stand up and make it happen, no matter how long and difficult it takes.
When you’re more honest to the person you’re rejecting about a person you’re into than to the latter…
Plus, after turning him down, he ends up advising you on being brave enough to tell that other person how you feel about him.
How complicated can my life be?
The film, Eddie The Eagle, has just moved from my list of “To Watch” to my list of “All-Time Favorites”. I have also just recommended it to all my Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook connections.
I’m on a high right now. I’m listing down all the words I can associate to this movie, this life story:
Dedication. Passion. Failure. Determination. Rejection. Inspiration. Trust. Courage. Heart. Ambition. Training. Dream. Positivity. Negativity. Hope. Struggle. Pain. Recognition. Effort. Discipline. Readiness. Spirit. Motivation. Experience. Preparation. Encouragement. Understanding. Belief.
No further explanations. That’s it; that’s the review.