Tuesday, September 25, 2012

Rains of life.

It's raining out there. Along with thunders and lightnings. Though not too loud nor too bright. I can barely remember the last time the clouds shed its tears of blessing upon this land. Looking at the falling rains in the darkest of night, I felt calm. Yes, a feeling forgotten for quite a while now. All the things that has been coming towards me lately somehow had made me feel dejected and lost within the darkness of my own creation.

But here I am, sitting at my window. Alone. Staring at the rains with nothing running through my head. Such a soothing feeling. Such a missed feeling. As if all the unpleasant things had been swept away by the pouring rains. I know it won't last forever. But for now, I'll enjoy it. I'll enjoy it as much I can. For the rains has brought me life tonight. Even just for a moment.

Friday, September 21, 2012

Blogger New Interface.

It seems that Blogger has activated its new interface. Yeay? Well, I'm not so sure about that. Frankly saying, I'd prefer the old one. Because I'm used to it. LOL. It's not that I don't like the changes. It's just that I don't want to spend extra time trying to understand it. I've already had my hands full with all the work piling up every single day. Although I'm only freelancing but I work in longer hours than normal people. I'll tell you about it some other times. 

Anyway, I don't really have much to say about this new interface. Like I said, I've yet to browse through it thoroughly. And it would take me quite some time to fully understand it. But what the hassle anyway, it's not like I've fully understood the old one. LOL. 

Okay, now I'm out of ideas. Got nothing much to write this early in the morning actually. Just filling some time while waiting for the video files for my work to finish downloading. Well, I got to go. I'll post something else once my brain can produce something or anything to say about something or anything that probably would interest somebody or nobody. LOL. Till we meet again, fellow readers of the virtual world. Bye.

Saturday, September 15, 2012


“Marriage is a bond performed between a man and a woman (or women) as a symbol of their love towards each other.”

I think most people will agree with this statement. But I’m not so sure about the part in the bracket though. Especially by women. Haha. Anyway, putting that aside, it is what we, normal human beings, with a perfectly healthy and sane mind, have waited so long for. Yes, I’m no different than you guys and girls out there. I’m normal, okay. I want to get married just like everybody else. And just like you, I have my own opinion about marriage. My knowledge upon this matter is very small and shallow. It is only based on my experience and the experience of others around me. So, in this post I’ll share my understanding of it with you folks out there because as they say, sharing is caring, right? Well, not really actually. Some things are allowed to be shared with others but there are certain things that we have to keep it to ourselves. It is what we called ‘privacy’. And it doesn't mean that we don't care about other people, it just shows that we care about ourselves more.

Now, when we reach a certain level in terms of age, our family, our friends and those around us will begin to ask the 1 million dollar question that they’ve been longing to blurt out.

“When are you going to get married?”

Yeah, I’m pretty sure you are familiar with this question either from your own experience or from others’. Some even hate this question and reply with a rather common question.

“Don’t you have any other question to ask?”

I don’t deny that I’ve been asked that question in quite a number of times mostly by my friends. I neither hate it nor do I enjoy it. But usually I will reply with a completely short, precise, sweet, polite, understandable and straight to the point answer.

“When the time comes.”

Yes, when the time comes, I’ll ask the queen of my heart, for her hand in marriage because to me, marriage is not a child’s play. It is not something that you can simply do just to gain experiences or because people want you to get married or because you can’t stand people asking that 1 million dollar question. No, that should not be the reason for your marriage. Marriage is a bond between a man and a woman as mentioned in the statement earlier. Moreover, it is a responsibility.

The life as a married person is way different compared to being single. A lot of thoughts need to be put into it before deciding whether to get married or not because personally, what marriage means to me is not the big and long awaited day WHEN the knot is tied but rather what you have to do AFTER the knot is tied. Being a man, the obligations and responsibilities are far greater. Towards yourself, your wife, family from both sides and all other things.

Don’t get me wrong. I’m not saying that marriage is a burden. But rather something that people should look forward to. This is purely a personal opinion. I'm merely projecting my thoughts. Because I know, I'm not yet ready for marriage life. But I’m preparing for it, taking one step at a time, slowly but surely.

The road to joy and happiness is never easy. It will surely be bumpy with all the holes and hurdles. It always has and always will. But the difference of it is that once you are married, you have someone to support you, to care for you, to help you get through all the obstacles and challenges in life. What else can be more joyful and meaningful than having someone to share your life with? Yes, your soulmate, your other half, your knight in shining armour or your queen in glittering gown.

Marriage is a wonderful thing. Many strive for it, but not all succeeded. If you are given the chance to receive such blessed gift, take it. But only if you are ready. When will we be ready?

When the time comes...

Wednesday, September 12, 2012

I walk and walk and walk.

I walk and walk and walk.

And walk and walk and walk.

With nothing in my head.

With nothing in my heart.

I walk and walk and walk.

As I walk and walk and walk.

And walk and walk and walk.

Suddenly, I stop.

I stop and I stand still.

I wonder why I stop.

I look to my right.

Nothing there.

I look to my left.

Nothing there.

So I walk and walk and walk.

And walk and walk and walk.