A Walk to Remember

April 1, 2013 2:08am CST
Who wouldn't be touched by the message of this movie? Every human being with emotion can readily relate to the story of "A Walk to Remember" movie. If I were to ask for something memorable that happened in one of my past relationships, something which I will always cherish in my lifetime, something from which I have learned some valuable lessons, I would say that's my "own walk to remember". But the thing is, the memorable and precious walk I have had is not just one but many. I have been through a lot already, and I have sweet and bitter memories in my memory bank that I am not ready to withraw yet because whenever I get to remember them, a smile would always register on my face. What about you? Have you had many walks to remember in your lifetime? A walk may represent a relationship you've had in the past or even the present ones you're having.
5 responses
@cherigucchi (4092)
• Philippines
1 Apr 13
I had a lot of special walks to remember in the past. I do bank on them especially to fill the void or blank spaces in my life or whenever I am sad. Those memories keep me smiling out of nothing at all. As for the movie, I love the soundtrack "sweet november" there is something very special to it that makes me sit and feel the rhythm of it.
2 Apr 13
I can see that you are a person that value the sentiments of the past. That's good and can be healthy because if something makes you smile, that somewhat eases some pain within us. When you are able to reminisce the walks you've had from your past encounters, be they sweet or bitter, you can become a better person both presently and in the future. You see, we learn a lot from our past "walks" in life.
• Philippines
2 Apr 13
Thanks for the good judgement. Whatever walks I had in the past, I do appreciate them because they did make me what I am today.
• Storlien, Sweden
1 Apr 13
Yes, last year, when I walked a Walk cancer awareness of woman!
1 Apr 13
That's kind of touching my heart right now. I have a friend who we are continuously praying for. She's a cancer survivor and she has great faith in God. A lot of times I cried with her. You certainly have that "walk to remember"..and I bet you'll cherish the memory all your life because there are a lot of cancer cases in our midst and circle.
• Philippines
25 Apr 13
I usually enjoy walking along the boulevards, along the beaches, along the familiar streets where I grew up, along the university belt where I stroll after school. I enjoyed walking a lot of time. Walking on such places make me remember a lot of things, good and bad. Walking along these places speak of stories of life. Yes, walking is like a relationship. You go on walking when you enjoy someone or people in your life. A Walk to Remember...such beautiful movie.
@cyjh21 (160)
• Philippines
22 Apr 13
Yes.. of course... I had a lot. ahahaha! My recent one (and the most painful and unforgettable one, I can say) was just two years ago... Why recent? Because I think, I am still on it... or maybe last 2 steps and I'll reach the finish line... Finally! hahaha! :) It was just my long time love left me... It was okay at first because he left me after we talked and agreed that it was not the right time for us. But then, after a year, I found out that he's already emotionally involve with someone (my friend and one of the people who know about our past relationship.) It was painful because we were just inside one circle of friends and I could see them often being together. It's the same thing until now... but I guess, I've moved on... maybe it still hurts... but let's say, I am about to finish my own walk to remember. It's my "A walk to remember" because I will cherish the journey I've been through to be stronger and learned the what they call "survival". This one was kinda emotional.. haha... Sorry for being too emotional... Anyway, it's almost over... ^^ Thank you... :)
@Aja103654 (5658)
• Philippines
2 Apr 13
I am weak to sappy movies and dramas, so I can only bear to watch them once. They are quite meaningful though. I have some memories to, though I rarely recall them because I am preoccupied with what is happening in my present life and thinking about the future.