Yor Ryeter

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[1: 1,313 of 10,000] Gentlemen & Ladies Are Equal

In Journal on May 9, 2014 at 10:47 PM

Gender Equality

Gentlemen and Ladies have different features but they are both human being who is equal.

We are beautiful creations that complement one another.

We should not use our uniqueness cloud our capacity to live in harmony.

It disheartens me if one feels more superior than the other. It is alarming and utterly wrong.

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[1: 1,312 of 10,000] I Am Not Afraid Anymore

In Letter on February 24, 2014 at 11:52 PM

Photo By Brad Goldpaint

Dear God,

I have always thought people will take advantage of my kindness. I have feared that men would misunderstood my sweet demeanour so I’ve build a thick and high boundary. I don’t like to be associated with anybody who will not contribute to the betterment of my being. I snob and acting snotty to negative people who cross my every waking day. I have mirrored people to get back at them especially if it’s negative.

Forgive me.

With you holding my hand, I shall trust without judgment. I shall understand with compassion. I shall listen to your voice speaking to my soul that I do not need to expect and only see the ill-fitted. I shall believe for the love and goodness you have instilled in our hearts because you created us out of your LOVE. I shall be gracious and kind to men who just wanted to be in my world, to listen to my thoughts, and be blessed and glorious of receiving my time.

I am not afraid anymore to share myself to honour you. You have filled me with so much greatness that I shall not contain it for the very few. May these words that you have allowed me to create goes a long way to kindle our spirits with hope and faith… all these only for your glory.

I love you.

With deepest gratitude that I could smile, your daughter,

Yor

[1: 1,311 of 10,000] My Prince Arrived

In Poem on February 23, 2014 at 9:56 PM

My heart beats funny when you’re around

A thought of you triggers a silly smile

I feel quite hot when you’re too close

I barely breathe when we passionately kiss

 

Every love song becomes our fairytale

The word forever turns out to make sense

Every little things lovingly reminds me of you

Truly you bring sunshine in every blink of my life

 

Cute Couple

[1: 1,310 of 10,000] Really Testing ME Huh!!!

In Journal on February 22, 2014 at 8:43 PM

Grown Up BikeI never thought that I would reach my adult years with lots of hyperventilating moment, losing control, and is that what mid-life crisis feels like?

Everything that I have gathered to learn over the years are starting to get questioned; then I feel like I am in oblivion. Is this adult life?

I am a believer of magic and I am not stopping to be stressed out for the rest of my adult life so I am encouraging myself to chill, forgive, and be kind even if I am pissed off. And darn I am being tested every time I thought I am in perfect control. My ears turn red, my blood starts to boil, and then I pat my back to deflate.

Whew! Be nice anyway.

[1: 1,309 of 10,000] What Is Your Limitation?

In Article on February 21, 2014 at 7:41 PM

Limit does not exist

 

 

I can do anything because the limit does not exist. It was a bit crazy finding the perfect picture and starting it off with the “Mean Girls” for a beautiful truth like “Limitless” but that line is absolutely fitting to our life!

The only limit and boundary that we should set is NOTHING especially if we want our life to flourish. Sleeping everyday is not giving in to limitation because I now agree that it is an integral part of the magnificent workmanship of a human being. We should not worry that we enjoy life and invite the possibilities of expounding greatness through pouring our love and our best in every thing that we do.

Setting no boundaries is paving our own ways; nothing about not making mistakes but keep trying new things until we get it right and then on to the next project for continuously discovering as what else this human race can crazily God-good achieve. Isn’t that exciting? Just the initial invitation that we are limitless, think about it, grow.

[1: 1,308 of 10,000] Noah’s Inspiration

In Journal on February 20, 2014 at 7:25 PM

God has used greatness, out of this world logistics. God has cleared the earth. God can do anything to right what is wrong. God is magical. God loves all of us without measure and question in ways we can never comprehend. The best of all we were given the option to choose.

Noah'a Ark

Then what do I do? I overthink everything and starting to become boring for trying to be always righteous? Am I destined for greatness if I can’t even hear my own voice anymore? I ran around too often and too fast than focusing to simply enjoy living. I shall honour Him and love Him as He surprises me with His kisses and unimaginable blessings.

[1: 1,307 of 10,000] The “Liam Neeson”

In Review on February 19, 2014 at 12:50 AM

Taken

If you have a daughter and you have not seen the movie Taken, well now is the time! My Mom saw it first in our family and immediately she insisted demanded that we, her three daughters, her only three children, most especially to my youngest sister who loves to travel, made sure that we see the movie and understand it by heart.

Taken is the best suspense thriller movie ever! Or is it Liam the best father a distressed daughter could ever hope for to come rescue and save the freaking day.

I would probably tell my child unless your dad is a real life Bryan Mills then you wouldn’t made me stop worrying that you won’t make the misjudgment to trust a stranger. No more arguments, you’re not leaving the house until I am sure that there will be no danger. Well, the truth is, I will probably let my child go and I trust that God sends his angels to protect her every single step of her beautiful life.

Best dramatic line ever – “I don’t know who you are. I don’t know what you want. If you are looking for ransom, I can tell you I don’t have money. But what I do have are a very particular set of skills; skills I have acquired over a very long career. Skills that make me a nightmare for people like you. If you let my daughter go now, that’ll be the end of it. I will not look for you, I will not pursue you. But if you don’t, I will look for you, I will find you, and I will kill you.”

[1: 1,306 of 10,000] That Bitch

In Poem on February 18, 2014 at 11:15 PM

She equates complication with exciting

She slaps me with the truth

She laughs so loud the neighbour cities turn heads

She messed up plans

She has no plan

She tortures me with embarrassment

She drags me into trouble

She confirms that the words ‘crack’ and ‘fuck’ are a perfect match

That bitch

That bitch is my friend!

That makes me a total bitch too

Bitch

[1: 1,305 of 10,000] J.K. Rowling’s Harvard Commencement Speech

In Article on February 17, 2014 at 4:49 AM

I love the speech of J.K. Rowling at Harvard’s Commencement in 2008.

Three things stayed with me –

1. Only a fool can romanticise being poor.

It is not acceptable to say I am fine with no money, can barely eat, no shelter to rejuvenate, and barely making it at the end of the day! She is right that being poor is not a good state ; that’s why I love the power of the universe where there are enough resources for everyone. Absolutely no reason why not everyone can be rich and successful; the only thing hindering us and our wealth is our fear and inaction.

2. Blaming your parents has expiration.

People laughed when she uttered that thought but she was right. If we are under the strict jurisdiction of our parents then it is valid but as we grow up, it is in our RESPONSIBILITY to choose the path that would lead us living our dream. We are our own roots, trunk, leaves, and fruits.

3. Imagination to feel and to emphatize with others.

This is a beautiful gift that all human being could do and makes us human and an innovator.  A creator to keep us connected and be good with one another.

[1: 1,304 of 10,000] Pack up!

In Poem on February 16, 2014 at 2:32 AM

All Packed

 

All messy

Get that butt up

Pick up the old

Pack it up

No hesitation

Don’t wait

Just MOVE!