You see two friends drowning in a river. Your instinct kicks in. You jump in and tries to save one. He wants to save himself and steps on you, pushing you down to drown while he gets air to breath. What would you do? Kick and swim away and save your energy to try and save the other friend or drown together, the three of you?
If you swim away, there’s a chance you can save the other friend. And when you do, you look up and sees the other has been saved by someone else, who thought of using a stick to pull the drowning friend to safety. You didn’t think of that, someone else did, so it’s not meant to be you to do the saving. You tried, it didnt work. You moved on.
Conclusion: You try your best to save a friend in trouble, but he wants you to drown with him instead. If you are so keen on helping him, you might lose sight of the other. That other friend could be any aspect of things in your life; family, career.. your own life which is a gift to you to enjoy. Remember, there’s only so much you can do to try and save a person who wants to be saved, or a person who wants to be saved but doesn’t care if you get killed in the process. Emergency first response… safety first!
P.S: You don’t erase them from your life, the memories remains. But life goes on. You remember them in your prayers, you wish the best of luck to them but you go on forward as you have a life to live too.
Is there anything in this world that does not change? People change, for the better or worst. Buildings, the nature surrounding us, everything change. Nothing remain the same. Even the paint on a building fades. You put a new coat of paint to make it look new. It is the same with people, with feelings, with relationships. Everything needs to be worked on. Nothing, absolutely nothing that remain the same. If a person claims that he or she remain the same throughout his/her lifetime, then that person has learn nothing. Surely, no?
It is best if a person grows and change to be better. It is a shame if that someone chooses to be otherwise. Personally, embracing, learning, adapting to changes is what a person can do best. Life will serve you with plenty of changes along the way. Try as you may, you will never remain the same. Choose to be better instead.
How do one interpret a dream? This is one interesting subject on how this is done. When it comes to the emotional and psychological connections, it is much more logical.
I had a dream. It was quite disturbing and I woke feeling tired, so much so that I Googled the meaning hoping to gain some insight. The daily stress and emotional turbulence might have caused it. Quite true in a way.
However disturbing that dream was, it still showed me that I will be able to get out of the rut in the end. There is hope still… simply because of my determination to overcome whatever bumps that crosses my path. And I am glad that too was manifested in my dreamland.
Can hardly wait to get things to having less stress so that I will be enjoying my life and making happy memories for my future days. Get a grip!
Shopping, who does not like shopping when you can afford to? But what is your preference? The scale all the malls looking for the things that you need, or by going online for everything, or a combination of both? As for me, I’d say, it’s the combination of both. When it comes to clothings, I prefer to do it online just for the sake of having something difference to wear with less probability that I’d run into someone with the same outfit in town!
What do I do for fun? One of it is online window shopping. I can look at promotional business products for hours, and especially longer for training apparels. I can spend hours on Amazon, or any Crossfit or fashion websites. But of course, the shipping fee always stops me from actually buying anything online. So, rather than spending hours walking around in malls, I’d rather sit hours in front of my laptop doing the same thing – window shopping! Walking in malls is not one of my favourite things to do, it is not my kind of “workout”.
You’ve got any favourite online store that you would like to share with me?
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