the humanistic aspect of Christmas has never been …

the humanistic aspect of Christmas has never been so strong as this year. Yea, of course, being Christian, it is still all about Christ. But this year’s extended public holidays rang an echo with me.

It’s all about friends and family, you say? I laugh. If only you knew why.

But I still hope you’ll have a great Christmas, because it IS a time for friends and family. Cherish them, cherish these times where everyone takes a pause to appreciate each other amidst the crazy parties and gift swapping.

Because, after all, at the end, it’s all about them (and, to me, God).

For me, however

谁又骑著那鹿车飞过/忘掉投下那礼物給我/凝視那灯饰只有今晚最光最亮/却照亮我的寂寞
谁又能善心亲一亲我/由唇上来验证我幸福过/头上那飘雪想要棲息我肩膊上/到最后也別去么

Merry, Merry Christmas/Lonely, Lonely Christmas/人浪中想真心告白/但妳只想听听笑话
Lonely, Lonely Christmas/Merry, Merry Christmas/明日灯饰必须拆下/换到欢呼声不过一剎

明晨遇到/亦记不到/和谁在醉酒中偷偷拥抱/仍然在傻笑/但妳哪知道我想哭
和谁撞到/亦怕’生保’/宁愿在醉酒中辛苦呕吐/仍然在头痛/合唱的诗歌听不到

The worst type of loneliness the kind where it is the most obvious when you’re in a group.

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