LIFE’S BIG THREE: Questions I Wish I Answered Many Years Ago

Sometimes it’s just a clear road sign that says “This Way” and then you will have to decide which way to go – the good life with unbearable lightness or the best life with a significant weight?

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He does make beautiful things. You will see it in His time. Keep going.

“…the quality of our lives is determined in large part by the quality of our questions. What we ask leads us to truth and can then lead us toward objectives and goals that make up the significant aspects of our lives.”– Robert Dickie,The Most Important Questions Millennials Aren’t Asking 

If I may add three more questions I have learned from my mentors that will attempt to answer this big one – “What to do with my life?”

If this big one didn’t hit you yet, that is alright. Continue reading “LIFE’S BIG THREE: Questions I Wish I Answered Many Years Ago”

Five Things to Hold on to about Letting Go

You cannot hold on forever nor let go all the time – may it be an ideal, a dream, a memory, a special someone, a special something, even love and indifference.

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“There’s a right time to hold on and another to let go…”

You cannot hold on forever nor let go all the time – may it be an ideal, a dream, a memory, a special someone, a special something, even love and indifference.

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Of Twenty Angels and a Monologue (Lessons from a Marathon)

I was reminded that every time our baggage carries us, we slow down and we get tired but if we carry it, take control, and master it, we keep up.

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“I can’t tonight, I have badminton game after work.” I explained.

“Really? Since when did you have a flair for sports?” my brother replied in amusement then I heard a crisp laughter on the other end.

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Nostalgia

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Sunset reminds us that a day no matter how good or bad must give way to the night. Live while you can.

 

About eight months ago I took this picture from my hospital room’s window using my mobile. It’s not a very good shot but it certainly is a good reminder of Continue reading “Nostalgia”