The kind where you are passionate to help me be better than my best,
The kind where you are keen to appreciate every good opportunity I represent.
The kind where I am realistic about the passion and vision that you offer,
The kind where I follow you unto the ends of the world so blindly. … More I love my worth and respect more than I can ever love you
Grand, Majestic, Eminent,
The beginning of the magnificent evidences to come.
They say 7 is the number of perfection,
Toiling 7 months in the year,
Rewards and recognition in the 8th is welcomed.
Surprise me, August … More Surprise Me!
I saw a picture message on Instagram on Sunday asking people to drop comments to describe their fathers. I was shocked at the alarming number of insulting comments and curses by people to their Dads. Like seriously? “He-goat”, “Bastard”, “What does that even mean?”, “There’s no such word in my dictionary”. And I wondered, how does a father, who is supposed to be the epitome of honor and pride in the family become such object of ridicule and hate? … More Celebration with Reservations
Looking for exoneration,
Till I found the only liberation lives within.
Now, the plan is changed.
Put me back together.
Not for what the world gives,
But for the peace and joy that glows from within,
For the expressions of adventures to come.
I believe in me.
Putting the puzzles back together,
I’m putting myself back together. … More Put me back together
I asked my nine year old, “Do you think Thanos is bad?”
“Depending on how you want to look at it but I don’t think he’s bad. I think he thought he had to do the things that he did. Like he told Gamora after wiping away half her kingdom, the generations afterwards have been peaceful. I also think he will turn good in Part 2”, my son said. … More Is Thanos really a bad guy?
Caring . . .
It’s very important,
Like the power to heal,
Like a balm that soothes pain.
When a child feels reassured that someone cares,
An occasional a hug, a loving kiss
Prep talks of encouragement and lots of patience
Just to show that I really care. … More Caring . . .
Now 71-year-old, Pantoja who lives in a small cold house in the village of Rante, has insisted that life has been much harder since he was taken from his natural home. He also admitted that he tried to return to the mountains, adding ‘it is not what it used to be’ and that the wolves don’t see him as a ‘brother’ anymore. In his interview, he said, “I think they laugh at me because I don’t know about politics or football.” He was quick to quick that he’s found life with the humans bearable with women and music. … More Life without Women and Music