Wednesday, March 25, 2015
Friday, March 20, 2015
Saturday, March 14, 2015
We all deserve to be loved. But "love" does not deserve to be trivialized. Manifestations of it like hugging and kissing can be done without love. And saying that a person is in love or not based on what our senses perceive is itself an act of judgement. A decade long spouses can fake their feelings just as another girl or guy can pretend for the same long period that she or he does not love that person they have been longing for. Love is abstract and can't be measured by math or science as much as we can't create a human law based on it. Let love be love.
Saturday, March 7, 2015
Wednesday, February 18, 2015
We eat bad news for breakfast. It usually is the case. A quick glance on the news ticker is enough to make one's day the worst. I'm one of them. I feel affected more than I should be, or how I think I am. The moment I turn off the tv and go outside, it's when reality sinks in. Most bad news has little direct effect on me. Though some might have big ones later. But the 2 which has the impact the moment I step out of the doorways are the weather news and traffic report. We can't control the weather. We can only prepare for it. Forecasts are given but still, it can always change. But it's never an excuse not to bring an umbrella when the news says that there will be an incoming storm. It's critical to know what the weather might be the next day.
Wednesday, December 24, 2014
For those who fret to have work shifts on the 24th and 25th, remember that the first witnesses of Christ's birth, the shepherds, were at the middle of their jobs when it all happened. Rejoice that you are in good company. Wherever we are and whatever we are doing, it must not hinder us from celebrating the true meaning of the holidays. Merry Christmas everyone.