Monday, November 29, 2010

Is Life A Cycle?

We reap what we sow.

That is a common saying I was taught from young.

I was sharing online on myLot when this saying struck me.

I was following a discussion: What do you think about people and "cycles"?

Basically the discussion was about life is a cycle; we reap what we sow. But how will it affect our children and our children's children?

We all have to bear the consequences of our choices.

If we sow good seeds, we will expect to reap good things in this life or in the life to come.

But, on the other hand, if we choose to do bad, we have to expect judgment and punishment.

Even if we go unpunished in this life, we will surely be judged and punished in the life to come.

But, sometimes, we feel frustrated when the wicked go punished.

And we get even more disappointed when we see them going from bad to worse!

We read these in books and see them in movies.

They stir up our anger and resentment; we sit down uneasily, moving from side to side.

We also feel very sad when the good deeds are not returned with good deeds, but with evil.

The good people died, leaving the children orphaned with no hope for the future.

We wonder why God allow these things to happen.

Where is fairness? Where is justice?

Life is indeed a cycle; we reap what we sow.

But the question remain: How about the children?

Should the younger generations bear the sins of the parents?

We all know that good things are passed on from one generation to one generation.

Everyone is happy about it.

But why not bad things?

The children have no choice.

They carry the family name.

They have to uphold the rights, dignity and responsibilities of the family.

And they have to bear the shame, embarrassment and guilt of the family,

Not to mention the prying eyes and the judgmental minds of the public.

Of course, they can choose to live their own life; but it isn't easy.

Life isn't that easy as to say and do what we want.

We are somehow related to one another;

We uphold one another;

And we bear one another's burdens.

Life is a cycle.

We reap what we sow;

And we deserve it.

But life has also a bigger cycle;

It involves the younger generations!

They have no choice,

Even if they choose to do things their own way!

What we do will always affect the others.

Is it fair?

Is it right?

I don't know.

As I say, no amount of reasoning will satisfy anyone.

But the facts remain:

We reap what we sow,

And our children will be affected.

Now which do you choose?

If you choose to get married, you make a good choice.

But be responsible,

knowing that your doings affect your children,

And your children's children.

If you choose not to marry, you make a good choice too.

But be responsible,

You still carry the family name,

And your actions will affect everyone near you.

Life is a cycle, many cycles.

We do not have much choice;

We belong together.

And we just can't choose to live on our own!

Friday, November 26, 2010

Is She Interested In Me?

A girl is smiling quite often at you and she inquires her friends about you. How to know if she is interested in you?

Make you first move
- Be the first one to say and do something.
- Be confident.
- Make it obvious to her that you are interested in her.
- Get some eye contact and a smile.
- If you don’t, it will drive you crazy!

Initiate a conversation
- Say “Hello” or “Hi”.
- Smile at her.
- Introduce yourself.
- Start a friendly chit-chat.
- Ask her about her day.
- Ask her about her work.
- Find a common topic of interest.

Do something
- Find out a little bit more about her.
- Don’t be shy.
- Email her or Facebook her.
- Give her your contact number.
- Invite her for food or drink.
- Invite her to some social gathering.
- Invite her to a movie.
- But don’t rush things or you will end up regretting.

If the answer is no, Back away!
- Don’t feel sad – you are too good for her.
- Don't worry much - Someone maybe interested in you.

Have a nice day!

Saturday, November 20, 2010


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Thursday, November 18, 2010

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Wednesday, November 10, 2010


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Friday, November 5, 2010

Kent Knot

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Monday, November 1, 2010

It Is Still Not The End

It's the beginning of November.

This is the final month to prepare the students for their public examination.

Time is really running out.

Many of the students started to look very worried; they are not ready for the sudden surge in demand, tension and uncertainty.

Some of them still looked very confident and purposeful; they had excelled in every test and examination and they are ready for whatever challenges to come.

Some students had given up some papers; they had wrestled with their weaknesses and inability, and they would be happy if they could somehow scrap through and pass their exam.

Others have virtually given up hope; they are never ready and now they have become the nuisance of the class. Sigh!

Every time I walked to the class, I entered with mixed feelings in my heart. I have somewhat conceded with the students' present success and failure.

This is my present batch of students and this much I can do.

But I’m not happy and I’m not satisfied.

There is still more that I can do.

This is not the end.

This is still not the final minute.

There are still a lot that I can do.

One final moment, one final big and quick push, and they may do better.

I smile confidently to myself, knowing that it is still possible.

There is still hope and there are still many things that I can do, redo, and undo.

Glancing intensely at my students, looking into their expectant and nervous faces, I could feel a pain in my heart.

No, no. I’m not ready to give up, not till they give up themselves.

It is just not human to leave them alone and walk away.

I can never neglect them and wait for their downfall.

I decided to sit down and carefully planning out something for them.

If they would only listen and do what I say, everything would be better.

A fresh morning is a fresh beginning.

And I could feel the morning air touching my face and my chest.

We are here to fight and win wars.

We are here to stand to the end.

Even fallen men must stand up and struggle against it.

It is still not the end.

I smiled confidently and walked over to my students to help them.