I don’t suppose I’m the only one who find reasons (also reads: “excuses”) for failing to do what I set out to do even when I don’t look for them. Yes, I do find reasons to justify my non-performance… Yes, “reasons”; plural! They may even sound valid. For example, as the work week ended one…… Continue reading Acceptable off-balance or excuses?
I wrote while on the move during those wonderful days of my gallivanting, unemployed, free-spirited self: “Pensive aboard Malaysia Airlines, seeing nothing but clouds, a prominent formation caught my eye. It was as though the clouds were calling me. I dare not say I heard voices calling out to me for fear of being found…… Continue reading No Little Things
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It is the smaller things in life, the practical ones, I’ve adhered to; ones so simple that others take for granted in this thirsty for more culture. Stretched upon my duvet cover to write this post, before the world pollutes my thinking, I sit here humbled by the blessings God…
My son turned 21 last week. He celebrated with his friends and was drunk as he had never been, or so he said. They were at his friend’s parents’ house. Turning 21 is a permission to do the adult stuff, I suppose. Twenty one is the legal age, although never legal to do illegal deeds.…… Continue reading Twenty One
THANK YOU! Once in a while, no matter how sure we are that our people know that we appreciate them and the support and encouragement extended to us, we must still expressly let them know that we are thankful. This is that moment! Life surprised me a little (with unexpected hypertension despite being fully aware…… Continue reading Expressing appreciation
…and no, it doesn’t mean that I am not ever lost again. I had been wondering since yesterday what I’d post today for my throwback. I didn’t really want to do another old poem; I had a poem on Tuesday. I found below. (I had 2 false blog starts years ago and I saved a…… Continue reading I was once lost…
While not all that glitters is gold, the inverse is also true. Not all dark and dull are worthless. A plain-looking igneous rock, a Kimberlite, may be hiding some diamonds. We just need to look inside for the gem. Then, it glitters. In the same way, we can look at a misfortune from a different…… Continue reading New normal