Friday, December 16, 2011

Side Notes # 1

I have been reading recently about life and how things happen. I have read that, some times you've experience something noteworthy and that when it stuck with you, you learn from it. But it is so intense that there must be something more to it. And the author of the book reasoned out is that you could teach it to others, so that somehow they could learn from you. I like to believe this. I want to believe, that my struggles aren't just to test me and make me stronger, I want to believe that my struggles is something bigger than my problems, not just for my own improvement.

Tuesday, December 6, 2011

Dear Me #3

- How do I not screw up when things are getting better?-

Dear ME,

Do you remember the feeling when your down and out? When thing was never looking up to you? When you we're penniless, jobless and hopeless. On those moment on, you could have heard promising yourself that you won't screw up again, that given the chance, you'll be a better person and you will be on top again. I know deep inside you promise that to yourself, that you would fly so high that gravity won't touch you, that you'll be the best that you could be. Remember that feeling, remember that lost, sadness, and that desperation to become better and be freed from that situation.

If you fell rock bottom, you've felt that, and it would be engraved on to your heart and soul. Its something you can't forget. Not only because its painful, but its frightening. Looking at the void of despair and hopelessness is something you'd do anything to fight off.

I hope that helps,

Sincerely Yours,

Thursday, November 24, 2011

Dear Me #2

-How do you face the uncertainties? The problems that seems so daunting, is there really hope in this struggle?-

Dear ME,

You face it by using your inner strength, something that you have inside you. It could be a person, a conviction, a resolve. Problems, especially when faced with the most basic of all, which is necessity is somewhat very daunting, its somewhat difficult, because its hard to actually think about the higher needs of a person when he's stomach is growling, if he's mind is wandering and wondering about the bills, the debts, the payments that are needed. Its hard, it is difficult, but it is not impossible. Many have passed through it, and though they make it look easy, but many blood, tears and sweat has been poured to make them go through it. Be strong. We are built not to survive but to prevail adversities.

Yours truly,

Tuesday, November 8, 2011

Dear Me #1

-This is my first post, help!-

Dear Me,

This is your first blog. I know it is a big step, but everything starts with small. What they don't say is that small step entails a lot of courage and will power to do. As for my first reply on to you. I want to say that you can push through anything, any challenges just by starting to see it through, just by starting, just in itself start.

I know you have many questions and I will answer them every way that I can. Just start posting

Yours Sincerely,