Roller coaster  

rm_zent65 51M
66 posts
8/6/2006 11:29 pm

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8/9/2006 6:25 am

Roller coaster


Ever wonder that emotion is rather like the unpredictable weather?

One day is sunny and nice, flowers blooming and life is full of hope, and another could be total gloom, dark clouds and an imminent beckoning of disaster.

On other seasons, it could be torrential rain, typhoons and even tsunami.

But what one can learn is this:
there's always a silver lining at the end
this should provide you hope and the perseverence to overcome adversity.

The other edict is true as well:
Calm before a Storm
this tells us not to take things for granted, especially the good things in life.

Yes, while bad weathers may pass and calmer seas may reign, often times, it's in a changed landscape. One thing is true. After every catastrophy, rebuilding is required.

How easy it is to see the co-relation of everything around us to our emotion and daily striving for the better life when we do not have blinkered vision.

Unfortunately, most times, especially when things are not smooth, we tended to wearing blinkers.

Ok, today is rather sunny and nice, and i'm seizing this moment and letting the this positive momentum hurtle forward, that perhaps it will gain enough speed to overcome bumps and potholes.

Many people always wonder, what if we can start our lives all over again. I tell you, we already have.

"Today is the First Day of the Rest of my Life"

Peace out

zent65

happyladychat 47F
3740 posts
8/7/2006 1:31 am

Emotions can be like unpredictable weather only if we lost control of ourselves. Often, when faced with problems, one should keep uplifted, think positive and act rationally. Sharing with friends on the problems can help reduce emotional stress, thus helping to keep our cool.

Cheers.


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rm_zent65 replies on 8/7/2006 2:49 am:
HLC

Precisely my point. However, one needs to have impartial friends and somewhat more evolved than you, lest all of us get mired in the problems we're out to solve in the first place.

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