When my heart aches I read Edda.
Its simplicity is calming and awesome.
I don't feel alone, I feel more complete while reading. Because its morals are those, mostly, with which I agree.
"The miserable man and evil minded
makes of all things mockery,
and knows not that which he best should know,
that he is not free from faults."
"Long is the round to a false friend leading,
e'en if he dwell on the way:
but though far off fared, to a faithful friend
straight are the roads and short."
"The pine tree wastes which is perched on the hill,
nor bark nor needles shelter it;
such is the man whom none doth love;
for what should he longer live?"
"Wise in measure should each man be;
but let him not wax too wise;
seldom a heart will sing with joy
if the owner be all too wise."
There is also written to stay by your own words and others.
I wish I stayed by my words.
But I did my best to never break any promise, because it would make me feel ashamed.
There is always any kind of stain which stays on your heart when someone leaves. It makes you regret, but also to see how stupid you were.
And as time flies, you realise it made you more rich inside and experienced.
However, it would be foolish to see your world in negative way.
I wish people knew how to live more to nature.
They'd understand lots of things today.
For example that being mad and crazy is sometimes more natural than robot programmed by society.
I wish I could tell my heart this:
"If you can't dance in the rain with me, you will never be with me in the storm and if you aren't in the storm with me, I don't need you in the sunshine either."