Yor Ryeter

Posts Tagged ‘Sibling’

[1: 1,608 of 10,000] What Am I Willing To Do For My Loved One?

In Journal on October 3, 2015 at 10:07 AM


They say ego likes identifying with somebody or something. It likes ownership. My egoic self used to think that my sisters are my extension. My previous assistants in the office is a reflection of my performance. And so before, I thought if there is anyone who will hurt my sisters, I will hurt those people back without hesitations.

Few days back, because of watching too much cannibalism on television, I was dreaming that I am eating my youngest sister’s flesh but they looked like sliced brown bread when I see it on my plate, and when I realised that I was going to eat all of her and it would kill her, I was devasted, sad, and crying. When I woke up and realised what I’ve done, I feel sad again that I don’t want to lose my youngest sister who currently lives with me here in Dubai (we’re both single and it feels like all we have is each other). My other sister, middle one, is happily married in Australia.

After learning about God’s love and mercy, I know that my sisters will never be harmed. I know that everybody will have a life that is amazing so long that we don’t make choices that are regretable. I will never be able to control the decisions and circumstances that my sisters are in, but I would always be their guide for as long as they needed me.

I love them so much that I am willing to do whatever I can to make them happy but they can only be happy if they wanted to. So I shall always be their role model, I shall live in peace and harmony, and my very presence will inspire them to live their most magical and miraculous life.

I love growing mature because my heart expands and I am very contented that I can do my best and let go of the things that I have no control of.

So will I ever kill the people who would hurt my sisters? If you ask me now, no but I will still defend them to claim justice if needed be.

[1: 1,155 of 10,000] The Magic of a Parent

In Journal on September 24, 2013 at 12:00 AM

child and parent

My mum taught me to butcher a whole chicken. Now that my mum is gone, I am teaching my sissy to butcher one.

It is quite sad that I never learned it properly so now I am not an expert at all to become a teacher to my sissy.

I am honestly thankful that Internet exists to save me with other things that I’ve never learned from my parents. Youtube and Google are definitely helpful! Although, who am I kidding, a parent’s touch of love makes the difference. I love how my parents included my siblings and I to dream, how they’ve made us believe on magic (Santa Claus was the best act), and how they’ve supported us to pursue our passion the best way they knew.

I certainly wish that one day I will be a good parent. For now, I hope I am being a good big sissy and a parent at the same time to my two beautiful sisters.