Monday, June 25, 2012

True enough!

~You can't change who you are unless you want to, but whether you want to is part of who you are. Some paradox.~

Monday, June 11, 2012

Every dog has its day!

We all know that Pacman could have finished the fight in round 6 or 7 but he chose not to, instead bewildered his throngs of fans watching the battle on the ringside. Am not really a keen boxing fanatic but somehow I too root for him every showdown. But I never felt Bradley ending up a loser when I saw his iron-like physique  during their weighing in.
What a sad fate, but that's a hard fact that you cannot always win the battle. The irony was for the very first time he has all his kids watching with his wife and some immediate family members during the match. Jinkee was seen and caught by cam...holding back her tears.

Is he is no longer hungry for victory, or is he really on his way down slope?

Friday, June 8, 2012

We should not look back unless it is to derive useful lessons from past errors, and for the purpose of profiting by dearly bought experience.


What I fear most...

As a doting mother and am sure all mothers too, will feel the same way as I do. Our fears boil down into 1 thing, that we may not live to see the day when our children head off into their journeys in life. As I have said in my previous post, we endearingly enslave ourselves to serve and take care of our own children and try all our might to veer them into the right path that leads to their future.

Though I don't care enough of having some lines and wrinkles but am sure it also matters a lot to some women...adding the salt and pepper that can be dyed to hide those added years in their lives. Who cares if we are over some hills and valleys anyway?!

Those sciatic pains and the prodrome that will soon be attacking us. To wither in mind and attitude that will only impede us mothers to serve and love our children in the future.

That's pretty scary.....

Sunday, June 3, 2012

The rocker says...

And if you don’t believe the sun will rise, stand alone and greet the coming night in the last remaining light.

(Chris Cornell)