by missP on Wed May 31, 2006 7:21 am
It is said that four things do not come back:

* the spoken word
* the sped arrow
* the past life
* the neglected opportunity

Advice of the Day
by missP on Thu Feb 02, 2006 12:44 am
• One cannot blame other's reactions from one’s own actions. One should remind onesself that 'denial' is not an excuse.

lifted from: Chinese Almanac
According to the Chinese Almanac . . .
by missP on Fri Sep 30, 2005 11:07 am
“Your upbringing does not determine your potential. You have a choice in life.”

The rays of the sun and ironically the chilly morning draft woke me up today filled with promises of a new beginning. Although, my diary is filled with a long list of errands, appointments and work, I still believe that this day is a blessing. To wake up in the morning, breathe fresh air, (yes, where I live, that is quite possible) and enjoy the morning peace with a mug of freshly brewed coffee and the smell of the fresh baked bread rolls in the oven are more than enough GOOD BLESSINGS already. Am I a shallow person for appreciating such things? I don’t think so. What I know is that, somewhere else in the world, people are sick and dying. In the next continent, one or more didn’t have the chance to wake up to another beautiful day like today. In the distant neighboring country, people have hunger and cannot even afford to have coffee or something to eat for breakfast, but just the same, they live to survive and will have to work for the rest of the day to be able to earn some dollar or two for a cup of coffee and a piece of bread. Depressing? Yes, it is. But it cannot be denied. I am not on the same boat hence I am grateful and happy that I lived to survive the previous time of slumber.

It is for this reason that I choose to promise myself to make today the most of what I can productively. Perhaps help a stranger or two in whichever way I can. Be a listening ear to someone who is burdened and needs to unload his/her heavy heart. Be a physical companion who is alone, try to be patient to arrogant, obnoxious people (hehe, esp. at work), try to be a good person and become a soldier of peace to this world we live in.

At the end of the day, I go back home to where a love one awaits me. We tell each other what happened and what we did during the time we were apart, the highs & lows over a good wine and a bowlful of salad. Until the time comes when we fall back in a contented slumber, praying and hoping that tomorrow will be another day of full existence.

I pray…

Hango sa ...
by missP on Mon Apr 11, 2005 9:48 am
Hango pa sa Chinese Almanac

You have the ability to choose what you think and how you feel. Remember that.

Advice of the Day
by missP on Sat Mar 12, 2005 11:28 am

? Why not avoid the people who can only see your faults all the time.

lifted from: Chinese Almanac 2005

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Advice of the Day
by missP on Fri Feb 11, 2005 10:58 am
It is ok to be passionately in love. But remember that you cannot live on just love and sunshine. Have priorities right.

lifted from Chinese Almanac

Food for thought
by missP on Thu Feb 03, 2005 2:46 am
He who conceals his grief will not find remedy for it.