Saturday, October 23, 2010

Remisniscing

There's a certain point in our lives when we indulge in reminiscing. It's some sort of a nostalgia trip where we relive the good old days. Yes just about everybody thinks about the good old days, when life was more simple and less complicated; when feelings and emotions were more open and sincere; where you can walk or stroll anywhere not afraid of being mugged or molested; where the air was cleaner and trees and blossoms were everywhere; where joy was evident for everybody not just for the kids; where things were plentiful and no one was going hungry; where genuine love and care was evident for everybody.

How pleasant are childhood memories, where we chased butterflies among the meadows; where we went fishing on the river banks; where we fly our kites in the open fields impervious of what's going on around; where we strolled to the ice cream parlor to indulge in our favorite ice cream sticks; where we played games of hide and seek with our favorite playmates; and where we told and retold tales of adventures and pranks to our amused gang mates.

Who could ever forget our first love, our first date, our first kiss, when we looked at our world through a rose colored glass; when everything around us was truly magical and enchanting; where we never got tired of composing endless love letters; where we indulged in hours and hours of silly love chatters to the disgust of our fellow house mates; where we exchanged countless souvenirs and tokens of undying love to our beloved; where we first experienced a broken heart.

Who could ever forget those wonderful episodes in our lives. But we must face our present world once more fully satisfied that we lived a wonderful life as we face the future with a wide smile, knowing that the Lord will take us to a far better and wonderful world.

Tuesday, October 19, 2010

Kaleidoscope



Life is a kaleidoscope of colors. Red signifies courage and bravery in the face of daunting tasks. Blue signifies nobility of purpose, the very things that separates us from the mundane. Green signifies verdant vegetation that sustains our very lives. Yellow signifies divine wisdom and purposefulness in life. Orange signifies divine healing and regeneration of life. Brown signifies the soil that nourishes all vegetation in life. Pink signifies unselfish love and devotion to a beloved. Gold signifies wealth and kingly pursuits in life. Silver signifies money, the thing that makes the world go round. Purple signifies royalty and deep intuition of the soul. Grey signifies sicknesses and diseases in life. Black signifies death and the cessation of life. AND WHITE SIGNIFIES THE FULL SPECTRUM OF THE COLORS OF GOD.


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