Wednesday, May 26, 2010

Everyday Notes to Enjoy Life (18)

I do a lot of stretching every morning, before going to work. It wakes me up. It’s a warm-up exercise before meeting the world full of stress and worries. Stretching stirs-up those slumbering muscles, bones and ligaments. Do it as a daily morning routine. It helps to prep you up before heading out for work.

Wednesday, May 19, 2010

Life is like riding a bike


Biking is fun and so is life. The big analogy is that, when you are treading uphill you will have to exert great effort pedaling. So it is with life. If you want to reach your dream on top, you’ll have to struggle your way up. That means working hard, striving and doing your best. However if you want the easiest life, go downhill, pedaling effort is almost zero, but the problem is you’ll find yourself at the bottom.  

Sunday, May 09, 2010

Roo's gift

I never thought I could still catch a very valuable lesson from children shows these days.

One of my son's favorites is Disney's My Friends Tigger and Pooh. Disney's Playhouse is his favorite cable channel. Sometimes we have to trick him so we can watch other shows.

Anyways, one episode is about Roo's problem. It was I Love You day in Hundred Acre Woods where everyone expresses love for each other. Most everyone is giving cards, but Roo completely forgot to do anything at all, even for his mom. He wants to give her a special gift, but isn't sure what to give. His friends suggest gift ideas that suit her interests. So he gave her a pot of honey but Pooh ate it all. Second, he gave her a vase of flowers, but he sneezed at them and made a mess. Then he thought of giving her a work of art, but the wind blew it all away. Tired and exasperated, he nearly gave up. But then his friends thought of the only gift that can never be taken, or sneezed at, or blew away.

He gave her a very warm HUG....




Happy Mother’s Day!

Thursday, May 06, 2010

Life is like a Hot Bath

life is like a hot bath

Saturday, May 01, 2010

Life is like gambling!


We  may feel that some people have all the luck and we always run out of it, but the truth is, we chase and carve our own dreams. If we fail to achieve what we earnestly desire, it is not because we ran out of luck but, because we stopped pursuing at the moment of failure.