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Half Moon Serenade · 2d ago

Letters 542: Masquerade

"I was aiming at just enough to keep you from walking out."- Melvin Udall (As Good as It G...
Half Moon Serenade · 4d ago

Letters 542: Masquerade

"I was aiming at just enough to keep you from walking out."- Melvin Udall (As Good as It G...
Half Moon Serenade · 1W ago

Letters 541: Enthusiasm

"Behind the mask of ice that people wear, there beats a heart of fire."- Paulo Coelho (The...
Half Moon Serenade · 2W ago

Letters 540: Closer to Heaven

"How far should a person go in the name of love?"- Nicholas Sparks (The Choice, 2007)To whom I have met,             I saw tonnes of people posted prayers in social medias. I am not sure how God listened to their prayers but maybe He did. So here I a...
Half Moon Serenade · 3W ago

Letters 539: Of Cocoon & Horizon

"This life is not heaven, you don't have to be perfect."- Francessco (Gia,1998)To whom I h...
Half Moon Serenade · 1M ago

Letters 538: Love Never Fails

"I can't see it but I can feel it."- Landon Carter (A Walk to Remember, 2002)To whom I have met,          Around 10 years ago, I made it a point to show kindness to at least one person a day. You see, it was hard at first to put someone else's needs ...
Half Moon Serenade · 1M ago

Letters 537: Miracles

"To find each other & to feel, that is the purpose of life."- Walter Mitty (The Secret Lif...
Half Moon Serenade · 1M ago

Letters 536: Of Moon & Fairy Tale

"Take her to the moon for me okay."- Bing Bong (Inside Out, 2015)To whom I have met,           Here I am sitting in my office room, on Saturday writing another letter to you. Well, today wea...
Half Moon Serenade · 1M ago

Letters 535: Of Words, Failures & Limitations

"Words are in my not-so-humble opinion, our most inexhaustible source of magic."- J.K Rowl...
Half Moon Serenade · 2M ago

Letters 534: Fulfilling Life

"Don't feel sorry for yourself because only asshole do that."- Haruki Murakami (Norwegian Woods, 1987)To whom I have met,              The challenge we face daily can indeed feel overwhelming. But they can take on great meaning when we can look beyon...