too many voices
too many words
to hear myself
of the night
i'll have you
i'll have you
i'll take you
If you think about it, the most valuable thing that you can give any person, is your time. So who do you bestow such a gift to? Your life is precious and you don't want to waste a single second of it on people who are not worth it. The irony is that right from the very beginning, you have already made the instant choice of who to love and who to turn away. The decision has already been made.
The courage to love. The strength to reject. Your heart vs your mind. You say you can't decide. You say you need someone to help you. The irony is that right from the very beginning, you have already decided to listen and trust yourself and no one else. The decision has already been made.
A friend is a lover, literally. The relationship between Latin amcus "friend" and am "I love" is clear, as is the relationship between Greek philos "friend" and phile "I love." In English, though, we have to go back a millennium before we see the verb related to friend. At that time, frond, the Old English word for "friend," was simply the present participle of the verb fron, "to love." The Germanic root behind this verb is *fr-, which meant "to like, love, be friendly to." Closely linked to these concepts is that of "peace," and in fact Germanic made a noun from this root, *frithu-, meaning exactly that. Ultimately descended from this noun are the personal names Frederick, "peaceful ruler," and Siegfried, "victory peace." The root also shows up in the name of the Germanic deity Frigg, the goddess of love, who lives on today in the word Friday, "day of Frigg," from an ancient translation of Latin Veneris dis, "day of Venus."
-The Free Dictionary by Farlex.