Wednesday, May 28, 2008

What is the most beautiful thing in the world?

Three different people send me different messages recently. The first was my elder son whom I could see has grown to be more mature in life now. He said, "We live in a very temporary world and if we can't enjoy in this world, why bother to go to a better world. Live for the present and do your best out of it." Son, I am glad you can see life deeper as you experience the world.

At the same time my little darling wrote, "I love you so deeply in my heart until I would feel electricity running all over me." I must had done something that had touched her heart. I can't resist this statement. To make it more permanent, I decided to write them on my blog for all lovers to read. Love has magic!

From another new found friend, Zarina who likes me so much. She send me this lovely poem describing what is friend. "FRIENDS... They love you, but they are not your lover. They care for you, but they are not from your family. They are ready to share your pain, but they are not in your blood relation. They are FRIENDS, True friend scolds like a DAD, Cares like a MUM. Teases like a SISTER, Irritates like a BROTHER. And finally loves u more than a lover. Thank you for being my friend all this while." Zarina, you are truly my good friend coz good friends do not come easy.

This was a wonderful week when I had a son, little darling and a good friend to give me - "The best & most beautiful things in the world cannot be seen & even touched. They must be felt with our heart."


Anonymous said...

Hi Young Man!

The recent natural disasters in Myanmar & China respectively are among the worst in history had
awakened us and proven to us that the world is temporary.

Yesterday is History
Today is Present (Here & Now)
Tomorrow is Mystery

Hence, make use of the golden opportunity to create a meaningful

I love all of you !
From Young Kat

Robert Foo said...

Hi Young Kat...
For whatever happened, there must be a reason. Lets take those disasters as a learning lessons. Appreciate life when we are still here. Thanks for highlighting.