The Mona Lisa photo in the background came from this website http://italian-culture-blog.blogspot.com/2011/12/christmas-in-backgound-of-mona-lisa.html.
The words in this photo came from one of my favorite Julia Roberts’ movie Mona Lisa Smiles. The quote is said by an unhappy Betty Warren to her mother. I love this quote because it makes me think of the superficiality of people- how we can look happy and at peace with one’s self when in reality- we hate the person we have become. But the fact that she looks happy, nobody knows to care- nobody knows she is broken. And she carries on in life- thinking that being unhappy inside is OK. She carries on in life playing a part on the world’s stage. 

The Mona Lisa photo in the background came from this website http://italian-culture-blog.blogspot.com/2011/12/christmas-in-backgound-of-mona-lisa.html.

The words in this photo came from one of my favorite Julia Roberts’ movie Mona Lisa Smiles. The quote is said by an unhappy Betty Warren to her mother. I love this quote because it makes me think of the superficiality of people- how we can look happy and at peace with one’s self when in reality- we hate the person we have become. But the fact that she looks happy, nobody knows to care- nobody knows she is broken. And she carries on in life- thinking that being unhappy inside is OK. She carries on in life playing a part on the world’s stage.¬†