Of Life and Losing a Loved One

Losing a loved one does not mean that you also have to lose yourself in the process of moving on with that tragic moment. At first, of course, you have all the right to be sad and weep for your loss but it’s definitely pathetic if you can hardly live your life without them.

A thing lost can never be regained especially if it’s in the will of the Lord. So, when you are currently experiencing such trial, don’t ever ask God why of all people, you were the one whom He had taken a loved one. Instead, be thankful that although you lost a person so dear to you, He is always ready to give you His helping hand whenever you call.

When your life gets a little messy because of problems, don’t say, “God, I have a big problem,” rather, say, “Problem, I have a big God.” And if you do, you’ll make an exceptionally tough person out of you–tough enough to withstand any obstacles and pound any impediments.

Of Life and Losing a Loved One

Magic

Life sometimes gives us challenges we can’t seem to pass. We become bound to a future that’s certainly uncertain and it pushes us to be the best version of ourselves only to be disappointed in the end.

I guess that’s just the magic of life.

It is challenging, uncertain and full of ironies but once we get over these unpleasant circumstances, all our worries, frustrations and disappointments will disappear. Like magic, it will be as if it never existed. Like magic, we’ll accept it as it is and we’ll just enjoy the show. It’s what we paid for anyway.

Life is really interesting, magical but definitely entertaining.

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“We”

​In our everyday lives, we often think about what we want– what would suit us, what would be in our favor and what would be beneficial for our own sake.

At some point in our lives, why don’t we think about other people’s sake first before thinking about ourselves? There is absolutely nothing wrong with having a “ME” attitude. But maybe, just maybe, when we all learn to consider other people and things, we will all become a better person. 

Remember, we can never be the very best but somehow, we can live a happy life by simply being a person a lot better than what we’ve always been.

“We”

Emotions, Finally!

​I’ve been trying real hard to say the right things to say; to figure out what I really feel and accept things as they should be. But then, at the back of my mind, I realized that some things are better kept unsaid or feelings just kept hidden. It’s not being untrue to yourself, rather, it’s just to “uncomplicate” things that are already complicated. It’s also not overthinking but a mere facing of reality that sometimes, in order for a thing to go well, we just have to leave them be.

Well, I guess I’m not that unemotional after all.

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Emotions, Finally!

Weekend

It’s that time of the week

when people get a good night sleep,

eat like there’s no tomorrow

and go wherever fun is.

It’s that time of the week

when family is the top priority,

spending quality time together

without any single hassle.

It’s that time of the week

to forget stress and be not busy,

when only the good things are observed

and bad vibes are put away.

It’s that time of the week

when you do the laundry and clean your closet,

decorate your room and change the mattress

then lay down in bed all day.

It’s that time of the week

to get a little lazy,

maybe a little bit more,

yes, it’s a lazy day.

 

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Weekend