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[1: 1,740 of 10,000] Just When You Think You’ve Figured It Out

In Poem on July 1, 2016 at 7:00 PM


Just when I thought I got it all figured out
I am back to one

I was playing the cello beautifully
Then I was in pain and need to be operated

I went into business and become successful
Then the market crashed that I have to give it up

I fell in love, got married, had children
In a blink of an eye they died in a horrific accident

Just when I thought I got it all figured out
I am back to me, alone

It is up to me to stand up, stride again
My contribution to the world, is it worth it?

24 hours, same time for you and me
We have our way of using it

What is your plan tomorrow?
Me, one of it is to create again, I hope you too.

[1: 1,640 of 10,000] Why Reading A Book Another Time Gives New Meaning?

In Article on November 3, 2015 at 7:35 AM

Reading Again

I am currently re-reading “The War of Art” by Steven Pressfield, its been years since the last time I read it and I do found new meanings as I peruse the words all over again.

It happen because after I first read it, I encountered new insights from other people who explained the circumstance in a more elaborate manner that reading the snippets from Steven makes it easily understandable and a good reminder.

Having new life experience, undergoing new circumstance, and meeting new people make some of the statements more in depth as I have my personal story to relate it to.

I do believe that this book is similar to Elizabeth Gilbert’s “Big Magic” and I will still definitely read Liz’s version.

The book is about RESISTANCE and I do have problem focusing right now because there are a million things running through my brain that I needed to go back to simplify and complete my task. The funny thing is I am enjoying the book so much that even resistance couldn’t prevent me from absorbing the wonderful lessons and making me move my life in a better path.

I made sure I finished this blog post for the day as a sign that I could fight resistance. 😀

Is there any book that you love going back to?