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[1: 1,788 of 10,000] My AHA Moment Is Obvious But It Sticks

In Article on October 31, 2016 at 12:01 AM

AHA moments are those special jolts that all of a sudden a miraculous answer comes to life. I just got that special AHA that gave me the inspiration to make me live forward with positivity, that push to act without fear but to only feel peace and joy.

I was walking at the mall and for an instant I received a message that says, “Not everything needs to be perfect!” It gave me such a huge relief that I was able to hop instead of walk, breathe easily and happily, and I was able to forgive myself that I am always doing the best that I can.


The pressure that I have put myself was incredible. I was aiming to achieve perfection and beauty in everything that I do that I start losing to have fun but instead burying myself with frustrations even before they even happen.

For the first time in a long time, I am able to chill, truly laugh, and looking forward in waking up tomorrow without the thought of wanting to end my life thinking I am worth nothing because there is nothing perfect that I can contribute in this world. I have set my standard so high that I could no longer reach them and signed up myself for failure.

I am not saying I am cool with mediocrity but I am giving myself the room to forgive myself when I fall off, when I don’t please everyone, and it’s all right. I grow better each time and my development is beautiful, my journey is glistening with pride, and as long as I am breathing I am meant for something great.

[1: 1,700 of 10,000] The Simplest Answer For A Man’s Purpose

In Journal on April 29, 2016 at 12:44 AM

Oh So Pretty

I am being haunted to seek for answers to these questions again: What is my purpose in this world? Is it really leaving a legacy and for what good reason other than the selfish self preservation?

When I am so deep into my own selfish thoughts, I do lose track of what is important. It dawned on me that it can be very plain, very simple. I can start with “What can I do to leave this world a little better than I found it?”

A simple, smart, and truly a glorious act could be the beginning. Some things can’t be done until somebody proved it could be, and then another one who does it better. Change, either in action or perspective, is inevitable with a matter of effort, perseverance, and commitment.

May we have the courage to give a piece of our love to the world. Let us have the audacity to look on where we can use our gifts, our lives, our time to a good use to make this world better than we found it.

[1: 457 of 10,000] The Secret Behind Why Women Shop With Friend/s

In Article on December 1, 2011 at 11:58 PM

There were several psychological explanations on why women shop with someone from they needed validation, admiration, opinion, or simply clueless that they bring someone in the wheel to keep things rolling and to find the perfect clothes.

Although shopping today with my family gave me an AHA moment on a simple reason.

It was an obvious reason that women can figure it out. Compared to men they will most likely don’t need a companion because of this reason.

Here is what happened early today. I went to the fitting room alone to try dresses only to find out that they have long zippers at the back that require very flexible hands to close it. It hits me; I got to call my sissy to help me zip my dress. I can’t see the beauty of the dress on me unless it is properly zip. It hurts unzipping alone too – I do get muscle cramps attempting to do it alone sometimes.

The simple reason is “convenience” and doesn’t necessarily end with seeking someone’s opinion or whatever psychological explanations; somehow at the end of the day I buy the clothes that makes ME feel good.

Side note: Man’s clothes don’t require zipping or tying at the back or side.

Ladies, would you agree about the simplest reason? 😉