Movie: One Hundred Foot Journey

I watched this movie before going to sleep.  I found it to be simple, nice and sweet.  A story of a family from India who moves to somewhere in rural france and decide to set up an Indian Restaurant.  I enjoyed and made me hungry. I love food movies so I am bias.  I ended up buying a cookbook of Indian Cuisine and another one of healthy dishes.  It just reminded me of the simple pleasures of life like cooking and creating dishes.  Cooking for me is a sign of my mind being in a Zen Mode! but it has not been like that in a long time.  Maybe I should not wait to feel relaxed and balance and cook…Maybe I should use cooking as one of the way to balance my life and feel pleased with myself. By the way, I found Manish Dayal very handsome and cute =).

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Just to finish this post, I thought to add some comments regarding my current state of mind:  Hungry =)

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A broken heart…

I don’t want everyone to know the struggles of my heart now…but I wanted to comunicate it somehow…  Expressing these painful feelings may be a path towards recovery… I am tired of loving you…I am tired of caring for you…I am tired of the way you affect my life when at the same time…I am so little for you…

I cry, you laugh.  I forgive, you forget.  Why do you treatme like a meaningless fracture of emptiness?

If I’m not with you any more, will you regret making fun of me?

I blame Disney for making me believe that every relationship has a happy ending…

Pain can change us.

Don’t let anyone do this to you…fight the abuse and show him what you are really made of!!

One of the worst things in the world is when someone makes you feel that there’s a chance, when in fact there is none…

Someday you’ll miss me like I missed you, some day you’ll need me like I needed you, and some day you’ll love me but I won’t love you…

I love you… and you said “I hate you”.  How come I still have feelings for you???  It is so depressive and shameful.