Light Af the End Of A Tunnel ...

Weeks ago, someone had told me... "There is always a  light at the end of a tunnel!"... What a simple phrase but the message is very inspiring! I could relate this phrase to one of the best lessons I've learned in this life.  Yes...from long years of working, one best thing that I've learned is persistence.  Not to give up too soon because before you knew it, the solutions to all your problems might just be right there in front of you.  I also would like to add that by being patient, we should not easily be swayed by the negative things around us nor be attracted to some things that are "too good to be true".  Everything has it's perfect timing and we just have to wait and believe...things will fall into proper places at the right time.

We shouldn't be in a hurry with everything....just like eating our favorite foods, we have to enjoy every bite.  I remember what Pastor Ed Lapiz had written on one of his books, according to him we should avoid sleeping when traveling. We have to capture every beautiful scene along the way.  We have to take time out to appreciate God's bountiful creations and the best news is... yes! this comes for free....  

Now, I want to teach my kids not to be in a hurry to grow up.  They are still very young and they have to enjoy their youth.  They have to enjoy a life free from worries and problems because they are going to have more of these when they grow up.  I love to see them playing, enjoying ice creams and watching their favorite shows on TV.   I myself is doing these things until now...I would eat ice cream on every opportunity that I have.  This reminds me of my youth and how simple a child's life could be.  I had a good laugh when I received a text message from my daughter weeks back...actually this is a joke but I guess, it's very true.... the text message goes something like this....

"I cannot understand our parents especially our Moms, when we are small, they would forced us to sleep.  Now that we're older, they would scold us for not waking up early even if we're still very sleepy.  When we are small, they would forced us to eat a lot...now that we grew up, they would scold us if we eat all the foods on the table. When we are small, they would teach us how to walk...now that we grew up, they will scold us for always going out....why parents are like this?  Are they addict?"

I know this is a joke...but it's true isn't it?  That's how smart kids are, they know how to analyze things to make these to their advantage (lol).. :)

But the bottom line is...we have to enjoy life to the fullest... live simply, laugh out loud and savor every bit of thing on every bit of moment that we have.  Don't rush things... no matter how we rush things...life will take it's due course...

Happy Week end!

   

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