#1 Beautiful people don’t complain, whine nor bitch about people or circumstances they can’t change.
#2 If they can change the shitty status quo, they’d go all out to change it. If not, they’d make the best out of it. During times when they feel like complaining, refer back to #1.
#3 When things get rough, beautiful people smile. When things get rougher, they smile even harder.
#4 Beautiful people listen more than they speak. If said person clearly doesn’t follow #1, refer back to #3.
#5 Beautiful people never proclaim about how good/beautiful/rich/smart/attractive they are. Most of the times, they don’t even know they’ve got it.
#6 Beautiful people never put themselves down nor wish they were someone else, something else, somewhere else.
#7 Beautiful people live in the now. They don’t wish to go back to the past, because it’s over. Neither do they wish to fast forward to the future, for it hasn’t arrived.
#8 Beautiful people have hugeass hearts for everyone/anything around them, even if said person/object doesn’t deserve it.
#9 The biggest love they have, is for themselves. (and I really don’t mean it in the narcissistic kind)
#10 The master key to their own happiness, lies in their hands, and their hands only.
Clint Eastwood - Gorillaz
I know I’m super late in everything, but this band is turning me on so much right now.
And speaking of soundtracks…
“I’m an instant star. Just add water and stir.” — David Bowie
I just saw this movie and I found it filled with awesomeness, if not spectacular as a cohesive whole. The soundtrack, however, is utterly stunning.
1. Sweet Dreams (Are Made of This) – Emily Browning
2. Army Of Me (Sucker Punch Remix) – Björk featuring Skunk Anansie
3. White Rabbit – Emiliana Torrini
4. I Want It All/We Will Rock You Mash-Up – Queen w/ Armageddon Aka Geddy
5. Search and Destroy – Skunk Anansie
6. Tomorrow Never Knows – Alison Mosshart and Carla Azar
7. Where Is My Mind? – Yoav featuring Emily Browning
8. Asleep – Emily Browning
9. Love Is the Drug – Carla Gugino and Oscar Isaac