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Sandra Bullock: Life is a Series of Disastrous & Painful Moments

Sandra Bullock: Life is a Series of Disastrous & Painful Moments

Sandra Bullock looks gorgeous as she arrives at Narita International Airport on Tuesday (December 3) in Tokyo, Japan.

The 49-year-old actress signed autographs for fans as she made her way through the terminal.

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“When people are like, ‘Life is good,’ I go, ‘No, life is a series of disastrous moments, painful moments, unexpected moments, and things that will break your heart. And in between those moments, that’s when you savor, savor, savor,’” Sandra recently told Entertainment Weekly.

Last week, Sandra and her son Louis got into the Thanksgiving spirit together at a holiday party in a park.

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18 Comments

# 1

Life is a freaking scary rollercoaster that never ends. It is not perfect, there is no prince charming, there is no PERECT MARRIAGE OR PERFECT child. Life is life, deal with it.

# 2

She can do no wrong, love her!

# 3

Truest words ever spoken.

# 4

for the rest of us we got all that and no money silly woman

# 5
Of course @ 12/03/2013 at 5:46 pm

Wow, kinda sad that she feels that way…

# 6

I think Sandy has perfected the formula for box office and audience approval. She’s perky without being arrogant and she adds these little comments to remind you that she’s really just like you, with a lot of problems.
Who knows what she REALLY thinks? Love her anyway.

JJ just ran a story on (smoker) Maria Bello, who’s 46. Contrast with Sandy, who is 50 and could pass for 35.

# 7

I love life but this is so true. Anyone who disagrees is still a child and is in for a rude awakening once reality hits.

# 8
pondering this @ 12/03/2013 at 6:33 pm

@yes: True, life is not perfect. The way I see it, life is basically a big test for what comes afterward (obviously, I believe the buck does not stop here). However, after looking back over some years, I cannot deny the fact that A LOT of bad happens because people make poor choices and it’s often because of ignorance. I meet older people (who have married and raised kids) who keep knocking the same wall with their heads. They make the same mistakes again and again and have a similar painful result. I don’t understand how people can do that. There ARE people who don’t have perfect lives, but they are very blessed and pretty consistently happy. Usually, they are born into strong, positive families who raise them in a positive manner. That attitude gets passed down from generation to generation. Their parents may have an education, good jobs and financial security, so less fear about where to live and what to eat. That’s less stress on a child. If the parents live what they teach, children will generally emulate what they see if it works. If childhood is ideal and parents properly prepare their children for life, kids are better -equipped (emotionally stronger) to handle problems and crises when they arise. In essence, there are people who just seem to naturally look toward the bright side. They look at the glass as being half-full instead of half empty. That is huge. Tragic childhoods can scar people for a lifetime………… On the other hand, I’ve seen people born into what seemed to be the worst of curses. Horrible parents, physical, sexual and emotional abuse. Poverty. Drugs. I’ve seen people like this live a life of pain and die in pain because they haven’t the knowledge to change. They’ve barely ever seemed to get a break. You wonder why. Very sad and almost impossible to understand. So in reality, just like how there is good and evil, people’s lives are in the extremes (extremely blessed or cursed) and all the gray areas in-between the two.

# 9
godmother @ 12/03/2013 at 6:50 pm

I like Sandra no matter what. As someone above said, who knows what she really thinks. My guess, since that’s my philosophy, is that it’s hers, too. Never met anyone who had a really easy ride. Some are better cushioned with money and admit it, that helps a whole lot.

What she is saying is true. but she is letting the fact that she chose the wrong man stagnate her life. Her son is her main priority but she is still a living being. She should allow herself to at least open up to love or companionship. She should not use her son to be everything to and for her. He deserves more if it is out there and so does she.

I think she is a very nice person, but I have always found something off about her too.

good luck.

interesting @ 12/03/2013 at 8:28 pm

@dune:

I agree. When I read her comment I felt right away that she is still tarnished by what the “wrong man” did to her. From my understanding her mother was iron clad with men and passed this on to Sandra. So she decided to step out and trust a man but he was the wrong one and the right one is out there, if she want him.

Like you I hope she don’t put too much pressure on little Louie because a child can hurt you to, only if you place them on a pedal to be perfect.

I like Sandra and I hope she can find true joy.

interesting @ 12/03/2013 at 8:30 pm

@pondering this:

I agree 100%!

Amen to that Bullock. Life can be very hard

she’s old version of Kendall Jenner :o

@pondering this:

Love your statements. I’ve noticed too that people who have positive parents can roll more with life’s punches. Life is already hard enough, if you have a pessimistic view and can’t appreciate what you already have, it will be pretty impossible to ever be happy.

@tommy: you are the master of your life .. SILLY MAN .. if you want more money work hard .. feel envious of the lives of others? pity for you ..

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