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Teach me to Forget

Posted by on Mar 7, 2013 in Community | 0 comments

Memories of childhood never escaped my thoughts. Every time I see red-ribbons and cotton candies at the park, I remembered pretty well how lovely it was when I was a child… innocent, fragile, full of life and happiness!

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Not everything was perfect then. I was detached with the people that I should be with during my growing up years. I knew how it was to be a granddaughter but I never had the chance to feel like a daughter and a sister.

 

 

 

 

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Regret was not a word I was taught to dwell with. Everything happened, and it will come to pass.

 

 

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D’ LOVE I have in U

Posted by on Feb 14, 2013 in Community | 0 comments

red frozen roseEarly at work today, my boss told me how hard it was to book online delivery of flowers. Some shops doesn’t accept orders with the same day delivery. I asked him why is that so? I even suggested there are lots of available online stores who would probably deliver in less than an hour. He shrugged his shoulders and told me to try. He gave me his credit card and knowing that I am definite I can do this task, I sat and started scavenging the internet.

My fingers went rolling; clicking every website that crossed my eyes.

Its VALENTINE’S DAY!!!

“It’s what?!”

I turned to checked my desk calendar and saw the red colored date: 14th February 2013 with a caption “Spread Love.”

Suddenly I stopped checking for flowers online, and I started checking my heart, the heart that is supposed to be so unique in every human that is capable of feeling this, feeling the love and all that is there to enjoy. My fingers wandered. I felt lost. Lost in the wilderness of pressure, worries, wishes and dreams that I dictated my heart to stop loving. I know I love my family, and if love would mean loving someone special, I know I am capable of that. But when was the last time I said the three magic words, and when was the last time I heard someone telling that to me? I searched deep, and reached for the love that is now quietly nestled at the inner core of my heart. It is still there, all it needs to be revived is a little sparkle, and a sprinkle of gold dust and I am sure I would be capable of saying I love you once again.

Don’t hibernate… spread the love and enjoy the magic of every second!

 

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How Do You Want To Be Remembered?

Posted by on Feb 6, 2013 in Community | 0 comments

rememberTough, but fair. This is how the famous Mike Wallace wanted the people especially in the media to remember him when he is dead  When he died at age 92 last April 2012, the press people paid tribute to him. He was always known for his aggressive and confrontational style in journalism.

Whenever we leave our jobs and decide to join a new company, how do we want our office mates and co workers remember us? Surely, we wanted to be remembered as the best… And we always claim the best reference letter possible from the company.

And so finally when we will leave this earth, people will remember us by how we made our life pleasing in their eyes. But then, if we will take a halt and look back how do we want to be remembered? “Each one of us basically decides the decisions we make now.”remind

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“Lil Too Much!

Posted by on Feb 5, 2013 in Community | 0 comments

Wish for love, great love in your heart, to understand the people who treat you wrong.

 

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The Humble Fruit at its Best!

Posted by on Feb 4, 2013 in Community | 0 comments

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I never liked strawberries.  Aside from being expensive from where I came from, I don’t like the feel of it. For me, guava is the best. The succulent fruit that melts in your mouth, the juice that drips when you plunged your sharp teeth on it.. Awesome!

Not until I went to a place where strawberries grew like weeds on the ground. Everyone seemed to enjoy the red cone-shaped fruit. Modified by different dipping and coatings, the fruit seemed more appealing to me, than before.

I forgot my lunch bag today. So I dug deep inside my ‘bag of holdings’ and scavenge what I can have for lunch. I remembered I packed three pieces of strawberries this morning for breakfast, since it was the only thing available on the fridge. I am not that enthusiastic to remember, so I forgot the red berries still lying inside my bag. Hunger left me no choice but to open the plastic bag, and see what thrill this fruit would give me. I had the first, then the second… then on my 3rd one, I realized how amazing this fruit is…tender, juicy… and  oh so yummy!

After lunch, I will do a research on the health benefits of the fruits *giggles* Atleast to be sure what I got from it.

Happy Strawberry Day at FG.

 

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The Innocence in Pretentions

Posted by on Feb 4, 2013 in Community | 0 comments

One day, I was surprised to hear my boss yelling at the other side of our office. He was on his phone and obviously mad at the person on the other line. I can hear him say incredibly bad words, and some were even below the belt.

When he finished, he walked down the hall and passed by my table. Our eyes met. I was surprised to see his lively face, and was even shocked when he winked at me!

Out of courtesy, I greeted him “good morning!”

Then he stopped in front of my desk and told me about what I overheard. He was bragging how he scared the guy on the other line, and told me that it is important that in every conversation, you should demand action in your voice, as people will tremble when you shout at them.

I felt pity for him.

As he walked away, I can see a bag of skin walking down the hall. His every step created an enormous sound: undisputable sound of his arrogance and ignorance.

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