Awakening Journey (Part III)

Cw @ Switzerland

When I was approached by sweet Barbara and the thought of me not being forgotten, made me feel so warm and touched. Much memories came back. Similar title but different feel and thoughts. I was given another reason to read what I have written 4 years ago. You can walk down this memory lane with me.

I opted for this post to be shared on this special day because each year, this was a day that emotions are especially strong. I reflected on anything and everything, significantly on my achievements and my mistakes.

This year was another milestone in life. I have officially graduated from university and landed myself in my dream job in the desired industry.

Human Relationship
Human relationship was something I treasured and craved for in the past. I love being around people and I was always the one who initiated meet ups or outings. There were much vivid memories of me spending time to have late night chats with friends. I was always nice to people but to the younger me, it would have been fake if I said I did not expect the same back. I recalled, often I felt hurt at people’s decisions of wanting to cut ties. People around me seemed to leave without any tinge of hesitation. Those moments were upsetting and was something that I could not comprehend. I remembered looking for an answer at times but obviously there was not any.

“The only thing that is constant is change.” – Heraclitus
As I grew older, things have changed tremendously. It was no longer that easy to meet up with people, talk to people and the late-night chats that I love became lesser and lesser. Denial was something I encountered. I struggled to accept changes which eventually as I grew older, it was something I had to learn to accept. It took me awhile to learn that it is never about the quantity but quality. I questioned the point of having so many acquaintances but during my down times, who will be there to listen to me? I could also easily link it to a concept I used to have. I wanted to live longer if I could, to be a centenarian, to flaunt this achievement of living long. But was I able to tell people at that point of time that I have lived my life to the fullest? In my hesitation, I guess I found my own answer.

“It is not length of life, but depth of life.” -Ralph Waldo Emerson
In my job, people share with me all sort of stories. Some make you feel touched because you feel the sincerity and love one could give to another and that is the purest asset one can have in life. On the other hand, you see the ugliest side of human, the hurt; pain and regrets people have experienced, which shape them to be who they are today. The expectations in society often cause us to forget that we are just humans and mistakes are part of being human. The more we want, the more we chase and when we fall, we sink deep right in. Many times, we forget how to pick ourselves up. It was also at the point of time when I felt, relationship with humans was something I will like to protect.

“Take chances, make mistakes. That’s how you grow. Pain nourishes your courage. You have to fail in order to practice being brave.” – Mary Tyler Moore
In these years, I have lost and gained. Some people left while the others remain. I stopped chasing for people who do not reciprocate even after much attempts. I stopped being the person who tried hard to please everyone and to keep everyone in my life because I know deep in my heart, some people come as blessings whereas the others are life lessons.

“In every end, there is also a beginning.” – Libba Bray
That step to make this decision was not easy, but it was like an open door to me. I felt free. I constantly remind myself to live my life to the fullest each day, so I will not have any regrets if I were going to leave tomorrow. Today, I still stick to my values and principles of always being kind to people, regardless of any differences. I am on my way to do my little part for the society and I am proud of making that small difference.

“Not all of us can do great things. But we can do small things with great love.” – Mother Teresa
Each of our life, is our awakening journey. Self-realization, acceptance and learning to embrace who you are, are just the parts and parcels of it. We never stop learning and we pay the price of each decisions that we make. My very own journey led me to various paths, allowing me to be a different person than I was before. I strongly believe our insignificant bits made significance to our lives and it is beautiful and perfect just like that.

Lastly, to me today, happy birthday.


Sincere thank you :)


Days back, had gotten more than 25,000 views and had reached the 1000 subscribers mark!!

Sincerely thank you to all the readers whichever country you are from. A BIG THANK YOU!!
I really appreciate it and I will keep on writing so stay tuned! ^-^

3rd anniversary ! ^^


Time flies and is already the third year since I joined wordpress. I can still remember when I first joined WP, it was for fun and I was unaware what was it that I wanted to blog about.

It was until my life changing experience that I decided to write to motivate people to keep going and eventually chased my dreams and hobbies of writing poetry and slowly, to where I am right now.

Thankful for the 24.3k reads and 963 subscribers. Thank you all for giving me the courage to pursue my love in writing and I promise there will be more to come. So stick on! 🙂 have a good week ahead everyone! 💗💕

Throwback to my own story,

It’s been a year since I shared my story with other bloggers. Now that I have 600 other subscribers since then, i will like to share my own story with each of you.
So here goes:

Hope all of you will like it and have a good day ahead! And drop me a comment, maybe? ^^

2014 in review

The stats helper monkeys prepared a 2014 annual report for this blog.

Here’s an excerpt:

The concert hall at the Sydney Opera House holds 2,700 people. This blog was viewed about 11,000 times in 2014. If it were a concert at Sydney Opera House, it would take about 4 sold-out performances for that many people to see it.

Click here to see the complete report.

Really thankful for around 11,000 reads this year and gained around 600 followers this year. Really appreciate it alot for all your support and hope that next year will be a better one 🙂

Happy new year everyone ! ~


Hi everyone,

I am back again.

Honored to tell you that I am given a chance to share my blog posts with more people on another blog!! So thankful for that rare chance.

Here goes: (My first post there)


Hope you like it and enjoy! xx

“God gave you a gift of 84,600 seconds today. Have you used one of them to say thank you?”
― William Arthur Ward 


Have you ever wondered what words are for?

They could be used to convey messages.

They could be used to express people’s feelings.

They could be used to communicate.

But what are words, if one really don’t mean them?

I used to think that words are such a amazing tools.

They can inspire people, but yet they can hurt one too.

But what are words, really for?

I guess each of us have a different answer. Everyone have different meanings behind their words.

For me, I like to use words to inspire people around me, cheer people up when they are sad, and through words, I hope I can make a difference in their lives. Also, hopefully, they can see the sincerity behind my words. 🙂 Another thing is that words allow me to blog. Without words, I can’t even have a blog to express my thoughts. Bloggers, I guess you feel the same way, don’t you? 😀

So what are your views about words? 🙂 Comment below to share with me your thoughts!

Anyway, I found a song just nice for today’s topic- What are words.

Enjoy 🙂

“I loved words. I love to sing them and speak them and even row. I must admit, I have fallen into the joy of writing them.”

-Anne Rice

And yes, thank you for 103 subscribers. :’) I have reached my new year resolution this year!

For those who haven’t subscribe, please remember to!! 🙂

To the bloggers out there,

I find blogs a wonderful and amazing thing.

I first started my blog in 2006. Not this link though. I wrote about things that happen in our lives, and of course NO cyber bullying. haha.

Yes, why have I created this blog? Many people ask me why.

In fact, I’m not very sure. I used to be an addict to blogs whereby I blog every single day. And as I grew older, I lost that interest. However, 1 year back, this passion came back and I decided to open a new blog. And this time, I don’t want my blog to just post about my daily lives, but I want to share my stories and things I have learnt throughout my life.

I want people to learn with me and hopefully, they will be able to get some advices through this blog to help in their daily lives.

When I first started this blog, I was hoping that I could just reach out to first, my friends. And who knows, I started to gain followers! I can still remember that happiness in my heart when more and more followers came.

Up till today, I managed to have 70 followers, and I am really grateful about that. (Hopefully I still can gain more in the future 😀 )

Not only that, I like blogs because I find blogs are a cool tool that brings everyone from different countries to “meet”. From their blogs, we can learn about each other’s lives, countries, and even cultures.

This blog, have given me lots of satisfaction and knowledge I would probably not even be able to gain from books or textbooks. It is an experience and feeling that go through your heart because you are able to feel it, as you are part of it.

I don’t know how to explain it but I’m pretty certain many other bloggers out there have the same feeling as me.

And I would like to tell the bloggers that I have met, I have talked to,

Thank you for all your blogposts because I learnt alot from them.

No matter how many followers you have, no matter how many readers you have, it’s certain that out there in the world, there will be someone who actually appreciate your work. 🙂 Never give up and continue your passion to write.

We might have started the blog, perhaps for different purposes.

But we have one thing in common.

That is the love and passion to blog.