I am writing here about my most memorable songs and why they are so. I'm doing this as a way of recognizing the artists and their songs complimented by some of my stories with them.
You may also notice some of my Law School-related entries, the majority of which are case digests which I personally wrote (or summarized) from my on-line reading of our Supreme Court decisions, but strictly categorized as "case digest" or "law school".
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This is the second time I am writing about this song. It was sung by David Archuleta and reminded me of the movie City of Angels starred by Nicola Cage and Meg Ryan.
The movie depicted an extra ordinary love story of an angel named Seth. He fell in love with Meg Ryan, a mortal he is supposed to be guarding and protecting.
Everything is possible in movies. There are a lot of different ways to tell stories in movies. There are also a lot of love stories in real life. However which way we see it, love is a wonderful feeling. It is fulfilling. "It is better to have loved and lost than never to have loved at all" so they said and I agree.
We fall in love with ordinary people but when we do, they appear to be an angel to us. Their physique or their intelligence or their affection can simply be equated to an angel. That's how we are when we are in love. Everything is special, extra ordinary. One note of precaution though, like in the movie City of Angels, not all love stories end with happily-ever-afters. And when that sad reality comes, knock on wood, then we go back to that quote above.
Love just the same, we only have one life to live.