Nov 23, 2009


I can never stress enough about being thankful.

I've been on two sides where the pendulum swings and here's my take on it, if you want a shitty life, then keep complaining, but if you want a life that's worth living, keep thanking..keep thanking everything that has happened to you good or bad.

It always helps to be optimistic about everything. Even when met with an accident you can say hey, worst things could have happened AND you could say this is a good lesson for me to always be cautious on the road. Or you broke up with someone you loved, you can either curse the situation or be thankful and say that it wasn't meant to be and thank God because it is paving the way for you to be with someone who is best deserving of you.

It's kind of like counting your blessings. You can thank your lucky stars for the recent promotion you got, or the BMW you're driving in, and you can also think the little things like the air that you breathe and the safe country that you live in, and being able to see the faces of your loved ones everyday.

A lot of people in the world would die to have the things or people we sometimes take for granted.

As for me, I'm thankful for the air that I breathe, the loving family, friends and boyfriend that I have. Thank you for being in my space and making me better!

Nov 22, 2009

The 48 hour missing person's rule

Okay here's the deal.

I haven't heard from a particular someone for more than 48 hours.

The thing is, I have this rule. It's called the missing person's rule. If the person I'm in a relationship in hasn't contacted me for more than 48 hours I need to reconsider this person.

Think about it. Is their love really true if he hasn't contacted you for this long?

Unless there is some kind of tragedy/illness/disease/bubonic plague then it is acceptable.

I need to be very strict with this. Whatever it is, I won't let history (and was a very painful one) repeat itself.



Siapa la tau kalau aku mampus kan???

p/s I love this rule. Really put things in perspective.

Nov 1, 2009

Old Love

Old love defines you.

It defines what you are today and how you are with your relationships, especially the ones that is close to your heart.

As I see it, it has made me grow in a holistic sense.

Old love has taught me to forgive and to love unconditionally and to learn from the past.

If I had not made the decision to help out with my ex's issue and settle our severed ties, this wouldn't have been the enlightenment that I needed.

And for this I am grateful.

Grateful I have the experience to give good love to the new one in my life.

Thank you God


Our deepest fear is not that we are inadequate. Our deepest fear is that we are powerful beyond measure. It is our light, not our darkness, that most frightens us. Your playing small does not serve the world. There is nothing enlightened about shrinking so that other people won't feel insecure around you. We are all meant to shine as children do. It's not just in some of us; it is in everyone. And as we let our own lights shine, we unconsciously give other people permission to do the same. As we are liberated from our own fear, our presence automatically liberates others.