Friday, May 3, 2013


How I wish relationships came with easy tags to identify how to treat them for preferred responses.

Why is it that we loose emotional openness and fear direct talking as we get older.

What kind of society do we live in that we must prove our image to others but not to ourselves.

Why did we accept differences be they moral, religious, or otherwise, easier when younger but lay hefty conditions as our hair greys.

Why is it that ability to accept and adopt different points of view grow increasing steep proportional to age?

Why can't it be accepted that tradition is not the only way? If morals and principles must keep pace with time, so must our practices.

We reap as we sow. We receive as we give. Work as if you have only today, do not wait for the results, they say. It's about the journey, not the destination.

Still we love, give and work, hoping that someday precisely what we want will be given to us.

But nothing ever comes easy, or on a platter. Time to realise that only you can make your ambitions happen.

Only you can make or break who you are.

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