Life...The Most Complicated Thought

The unexamined life is not worth living. ~Socrates

Remembering...

Today marks the second death anniversary of my Buaji and Fufaji.

I miss you both very very much... I wish you were here with us...

You both are in our hearts and will never be forgotten.

The Ultimate Gift

I just finished reading "The Ultimate Gift" by Jim Stovall. The book was suggested by my best friend. I must say I have read so many books, but this book touched me in ways, that I cannot describe in words.

I don't know why I felt this way. I shed few tears, and I smiled. I felt all sorts of emotions. The author is brilliant for writing such work. He definitely showed me what life is about, and what it can be about.

Each gift was special. I want to take each gift mentioned in the novel and apply it in my life. I know I will have a new perspective toward my life. The only thing I can wish for that it works, because right now I feel like I need it.

I want to thank my best friend for showing me this book. I know that this book will go a long way with me. Thank you.
The book's official website is http://www.theultimategift.com/

Why Blog???

Life has become so routine for me. Go to work, then twice a week, attend class, and rest of the days, just go home. Even the weekends are dull and the "most" exciting is doing homework, and maybe watching a video at home. Going home to TV and eating but nothing exciting. For days, I have been looking into different activities that will make my life little interesting. They are either far away, cost too much, or are at wrong time of the day.

I looked into dancing but wasn't able to find what I was looking for. I looked into learning how to play musical instruments but distance and money became the problem. I even looked into target shooting, but figured its not my cup of tea right now, maybe later. I have made a list of things I will do one day, but it looks like that "one day" is not today...

Then I figured I can start a blog. Not to show people whats going on with me, but to maybe keep my mind occupied. You know what they say, "Empty mind is devil's workshop." Lets see how far this will go...

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