I live life not the way I want it. I live life the way I decided. Decisions never always reflect what you want. Whether it's a mistake or not, it is the way God wanted it to be. Not known for now, but there is a reason, for I have died once, yet lived again. Be it fraught with upsets, at the end of the road, for as long as I can say "I have not harmed a soul", then it withstood the waves and the journey was perfect.-Falcon116
Sunday, July 22
The Dalai Lama
"Whenever I meet people I always approach them from the standpoint of the most basic things we have in common. We each have a physical structure, a mind, emotions. We are all born in the same way, and we all die. All of us want happiness and do not want to suffer. Looking at others from this standpoint rather than emphasizing secondary differences such as the fact that I am Tibetan, or a differenct color, religion, or cultural background, allows me to have a feeling that I'm meeting someone just the same as me. I find that relating to others on that level makes it much easier to exchange and communicate with one another."-The Dalai Lama
But does not nessarily define me as an individual.
Isn't that always the threshold of life's journey? I can't remember this moment anyhow.
My premature death
I almost drowned when I was six years old, proclaimed dead by a doctor and a nurse. Oh...this is not a posthumous blog. I lived to tell the tale. This event however precipitated my belief that I am here for a reason, a reason worthy of living.
Ateneo de Cagayan
My first year in the university. This was when I truly felt happiness, sadness, desperation, failure, trivial success, disapointments, love and betrayal. Epoch in which I discovered my strengths and weaknesses, but refused to learn from them (until now). Couple of years from this moment of time, my life turned up-side-down.
when I got married-separated-reconciled and lived on....
Birth Of My Star
The birth of my son is the culmination of this journey, the so called 'LIFE' ....