nothing is perfect (unexpected)

*

dear Son,
days go by, years changed
I can imagine
how you have become a handsome young man
energetically in do your dream
you know, in life… nothing is perfect
and regret always comes at the end

I do not expect what I have done
to you and your mother would be forgiven

and I am sure that if one day I come or meet you
you will kicked me away  

but deep in my heart…. I know
you still remember me
so the want to see you
continued bubbling in this old chest
my son

I currently watching a photo of us
the day I taught you to fishing
oh dear…. wish I could turn back to that time
but the rice has become porridge
at least I’ve taught you how to fishing
please remember son
if there is a chance to see you
I would fight to grab it


– few days later –

 

dear sir,
I still have not been able to catch a fish,
please teach me again.

*
***

mei

*

photo: http://www.desktopnexus.com/

*

Anger and Love have no limit

A man was polishing his new car; his four-year old daughter picked up a stone and
scratched on the side of the car. In anger, the furious man took his child’s hand and hit it
many times, then spanked the child in anger.

He looked up and just realized all the neighbors watching.
The man was so hurt and speechless because of what he had done to a four-year old child
that he walked over to the car and kicked it many times.
Devastated by his own actions, sitting in front of the car he looked at the scratches,
His daughter had written ‘Love you Dad’.

The problem in today’s world is that people are being used and things are being loved.
It’s so sad because actually  “things are to be used and people are to be loved”

Love Is The Answer

***

– mei –

a simplicity of having God

One day, a rich dad took his son on a trip.
Wanted to show him how poor someone can be.
They spent time on the farm of a poor family.

On the way home, dad asked,
“Did you see how poor they are?
What did you learn?”.

Son said,
“We have one dog, they have four,

we have pool, they have rivers,
we have lanterns at night, they have stars,
we buy foods, they grow theirs,
we have walls to protect us, they have friends,
we have encyclopedias, they have Bible.”

Then they headed,
“Thanks dad for showing me how poor we are.”

***
It’s not about money that make us rich,
it’s about simplicity of having God in our lives.

by : Believe In Your Self & What Other Thinks Won’t Matter

***

– mei –