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[1: 1,791 of 10,000] Beauty Is Everywhere And It Comes With A Responsibility

In Article on November 3, 2016 at 5:17 AM



I marvel on how beautiful our mother nature is but after watching “Before The Flood” documentary on top of what I still remember “The Inconvenient Truth,” it is quite alarming how we have to start taking responsibility seriously. The same as our beautiful complex and well-oiled human body, the Earth was equipped with its self-correcting mechanism to keep the balance, but the moment that the unmindful excesses start to play then we are contributing to the problem because it could no longer keep up naturally.

It is a cliche to use these statements… “We have to think about the future generation or possibly our grandchildren in the future. Are we willing to let them inherit a spoiled home?”

We have to search for our conscience and must not pass through this Earth without leaving it as a marvelous  livable home for the future men. Let us help in eliminating pollution, let us be an active participant to a sustainable lifestyle. Men are bright and we got to use our intellect and creativity to a good use.

[1: 1,545 of 10,000] GOD Is Not A Second Late

In Article on August 1, 2015 at 11:59 PM


I was scared if I would not be able to pay my bills on time. My emergency fund just depleted and the new career is just around the corner. I have always been a very responsible person that running away from my responsibility isn’t my thing. Although lately, I was drained on how will I make my payments on time! It is so crazy I have asked almost everyone I know and every body is tied up.

My usual daily routine was abadoned because of finding solution to my problem. Even a wonderful good news was not giving me pleasure unless it was going to solve my bills. It was really a crucial challenge for me to relax for something I cannot really solve unless I ask my younger sisters again. I was avoiding that at all costs because I don’t want to burden them but at the end of the day, my family was my saviour.

I prayed before I slept and told GOD that I trust you and I know that you are not a second late. I know that it was my fault that I was in this position and I know I am learning that I will never want to be in this position again. I was so tired that I just went to bed at 10ish, which is the earliest and surprisingly I dozed off quickly.

I am grateful that I have a home. I am grateful that I can blog. I am grateful that I have a family. I am grateful that I have friends. I am grateful that I know people. I am grateful for my sensitivity. I am grateful for the sunrise and sunset. I am grateful for my health. I am grateful that I can laugh. I am grateful that I am learning for the better everyday. I am grateful most of all that I am loved unconditionally by GOD and He hears me. Thank you Jesus!

[1: 1,523 of 10,000] My Responsibility

In List on July 10, 2015 at 8:48 AM

My heart is filled with inspiration, peace, and love that I am so open to share my personal responsibilities that makes me smile whenever I type each one of them –

  1. To release good energy into the world.
  2. To understand and yet unattached with anything.
  3. To enjoy life by witnessing the beauty in everything.
  4. Life’s lessons are beautiful even if they disguised in pain.
  5. I don’t need to know when is my dead end, my death, I have the whole lifetime to fully and truly live.
  6. To jump, to giggle, to sing, and to dance.
  7. Live life to something meaningful.
  8. To forgive myself for offending others, doing or not doing what I was supposed to do.
  9. To forgive others who offended me.
  10. To create something from my inherent talents.
  11. Wake up each day with a hopeful and grateful heart for a new beginning.
  12. Sleep each day with a full grace to leave the day, a past, behind.

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[1: 683 of 10,000] In Its Natural Habitat

In Journal on July 14, 2012 at 8:11 PM

I wanted to visit Dubai Atlantis and play with the dolphins, that’s was last year, but after watching a documentary about animals being depressed for being apart from their family and natural habitat, I thought it’s the end of dreaming.

Now, I want to enroll for scuba diving and head to the big happy blue sea and play with the dolphins in their natural habitat.