Just before this year ends, I would love to share the fun times I have back at my hometown. Family time is surely priceless and you will never have enough. I did my niece's hair, cook with my mom, attend a wedding and sleep + eat a lot! (I told you, it's a holiday) Have … Continue reading Holiday Time
Along the way and through every corner, I have met numbers of parents. Ideally, parents are able to love and accept their children as who they are. But, in reality, it is hard to find the ideal conception of being parents. Yesterday, I talked to my Aunt. She has 3 son, but her eldest son … Continue reading Children: Miracle or Curse?
Last week, I heard a bad news about my old friend. Her mom suddenly passed away in the morning when she was about to feed her pet at the back of the house. She died just after she arrived at the hospital. She's been diagnosed with a heart problem since young and diabetes, but for … Continue reading In Between Marriage and Funeral
This is my first long business trip - 10 days. During the first three days, I learned a lot from my colleagues and I saw a lot more. One of my colleague quote the movie 'Up in The Air' as a true story, especially if you're flying a lot for what-so-called a Business Trip. Unfortunately, … Continue reading Business Trip is Only A Title
One of my favorite song is 'Home' by Michael Buble. Inspired by that song, this post is my (very) personal of Home. Another summer day/ Has come and gone away/ In Paris and Rome/ But I wanna go home ... May be surrounded by/ A million people I/ Still feel all alone I just wanna … Continue reading Interpretation of Home
As I am writing this post, I stand at 'Doctor Lounge' in a hospital where I work as a Psychologist. I look through a big window and I see an old almost-die car at the parking lot. Interestingly, the car is parked at one of those lots for 'doctors only'. While looking down at the … Continue reading The Importance of Image (Is that really important?)
On my flight to Australia, I read a book by Scott Peck - the well known 'The Road Less Traveled'. I reached the second big theme, Love. He wrote that love is an act of courage and a hardwork. Love is effortful, unlike falling in love, which is effortless. When the two persons are out … Continue reading 65th Wedding Anniversary? Surely A Hardwork!
Today, April 16, is a special day - because this is the birthday of my only niece, Ellicia. I already bought some small presents for her and still getting some others too. The dinner will be set on Friday, April 20. I used to give her the first gift by putting my present in front … Continue reading Love Lesson From A Five-Year Old
Many people say that they love traveling. They enjoy the fun of doing it and how each travel can add happiness to their bucket of happiness. But what is the real definition of traveling? How can you define traveling? For me, traveling is a media. Of course, traveling can also be a goal to achieve. … Continue reading Life Itself is A Traveling
How many times we let ourselves weary? How many hours we let our hearts pounding too fast and heads spinning heavily - just because we worry? None of us never experience weariness. Being worry is naturally part of our humanity. The sense of weariness can be our alarm system when something is not going to … Continue reading Worry For The Worthy