Tuesday, July 16, 2013

When in the middle of much excitement

  
I admit it. I am addicted to this kind of game that has something to do with the picture above. I always find the kind of excitement to give myself a break after feeling much stresses in school. Playing with this is my pastime.

It is like a great achievement when I am in level up because it means that I have conquered and even met the desired goal of the level that I have played. The game gradually becomes difficult as the level rises. And now, I am at my 96.

I am like playing and thinking that I have really do surpass and meet the goal and fortunately, I accomplished them. My mind is working. I find moves that are appropriate that every fall would mean success. I feel excited as if I am in the level of feeling with much delight. In the middle of the game, the pursuance to activate my mind keeps on leveling up because I am after of my moves in order for the chance given will not all be consumed and there is no "retrys". But in the middle of the excitement, when all are consumed, I have it when the time sets to strike. Now, I have to wait many minutes in order to wait for game to be activated. This kind of punishment is indeed waiting. I have to wait for more minutes. And I have to because I am in the middle to too much excitement that I am ready to strike with all my might, attacking the next level. Then, sad feelings drop. What a life indeed!

Life has to transcend in waiting and even waiting even more while you are working and working. When the time is over, then the play goes on. Play, wait, go on!

Patience is tested in this kind of game. 

Friday, July 12, 2013

Smile and the world will smile at you

There is no reason to be frown everyday. Life always have its ups and downs and when you are feeling down that the world seems so heavy, give yourself a break, smile!

The way we handle things and situations always boils down to the kind of choice that would drive us to go to the saddest life or to the happier ones. It is all in the state of mind. The way we decide to choose our daily path of dealing with things has something to do with our future. Being positive is to always take things with a smile. It is a big indication that no matter how life seem to be unfair or how uncertainties strike to ruin our day, still, we are reminded to smile. 

Smile is for free. Why not share it. Life is not fair to be frown.

Tuesday, July 2, 2013

The essence of giving

Giving is sharing. In giving, it is always accompanied with the sincere act of  sharing a thing that is intended for the person who receives it. The kind of thing being shared matters to me especially when what is given is already out of its timeline.

What I have experienced today makes me think that giving is not for the sake of sharing and all is "worth-fully" done. There need to be the essence of truer giving and that the thing being shared is not expired.  For in this case, if that is the intention, then it is not the act of sharing that has been the purpose of the giver, rather it is the act for the sake of giving for the purpose of labeling that giving without minding what is the state of the nature of the thing being given.

To give is not just for the sake that you give. There should be the heart in the center of it. It is not merely that one gives, then all the rest is up to the person. In giving, sharing is the most to be considered. Why is this so?

1. Don't share when you just give without checking the state or the condition of the thing that you have to give.
2. Share heartily and with a purpose that you share not because you can gain or owe something to the someone.
3. Do not prone yourself to share with people who are close to you. The ones that we neglected oftentimes are those that in the latter sense are the ones who are always there for us to lend a hand.
4. Share with gladness in your heart. It is good to give with a smile. Frowns are discriminators in giving and they just spoil our day out.
5. Do not make sharing nor giving a way to trap a person of making transactions easier for you then especially when you ask for favors. The ones that are winning are those that making no monetary or involving the nature of giving an asset of settling things for fast track. One should work hard to attain what one wants not in the process of giving in order to gain something.
6. Respect the receiver because even though you are the sender, the person who receives the gift is not a dump who couldn't be able to understand what is the business or your motive behind what you give.
7. Never allow giving nor sharing a vice. Spoiling someone when giving or sharing means you are making people lazy. It is proper to give or share at the right time and for the right reason.
8. Discard the concept of winning friends when you give. Friends are always at your side when you do have lots of money to share to them, but if you run out of cash for them to enjoy, they are nowhere to be found.
9. Always think of yourself when you give. Don't paired giving with the riding idea of making the kind of act just for the sake of. It is not about showing what you got that capture to define its meaning. It is the nature of reminding yourself that "can you afford to give this to someone"-thing. Never connote being social-climbers in the process of sharing.
10. Thank you. Always appreciate that even though you are the sharer, the giver, you have the determination and enthusiasm to give because not everyone has the concern and love for everyone. People don't trust individuals when it comes to sharing. It is not inseparable that when one shares, there is a paired request or returns of act that the giver will expect from the sender, a favor per se.

That is why, I end up thinking this day, "Is it because a person has given something to me for the sake of giving?", "Is there a kind of request that has been paired along in this thing, maybe not for now but for the coming days?", etc.

In this world, there is something like a "hidden ground" out of giving and it is up to the receiver to unlock the meaning. 
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