(Repost from my Facebook Note as compiled on June 6, 2011)
June 6, 2011 at 10:56 pm
She calls it FREEDOM, he calls it INDEPENDENCE
She calls it QUIT, he calls it a BREAK
She calls it NEW LIFE, he calls it REBIRTH
She said: You’re not my husband, you’re not my boyfriend,
He said:You’re just by boarder!
By the way, it’s about break-up….
CLOSED @ 45
May 11, 2011 at 10:48 am
I may close my heart @45
Open my eyes to reality
Move on to what i should be
Release all pain
Stay away with resentment
Don’t think of vengeance
Forget everyone who caused pain
Start anew @45
Thank the Lord for the chance to live
And stay with my family until this day
Thank You For Having Me for a While
April 4, 2011 at 12:29 am
I am so thankful that you made me smile for a while
I feel great that i shared your life for a quite time
I had tried listening while you shared your ill-feelings
I offered many times my support to show my love on you
I crossed the line of professional ethics because you are priceless
I can still find my fortune in other times but i can’t have you any time
I respect your decision when you chose to leave
I never complained that you made me believed on you the whole time.
I am still grateful that i met you.
Thank you for having me for a while.
Faith, Hope, and Love
January 22, 2011 at 11:39 pm
Gary Chapman wrote: “There are three things will last forever– faith, hope, and love–and the greatest of these is love.”
There are five basic languages of love:
WORDS OF AFFIRMATION: using positive words to affirm the one you love. (How many times you’ve said she’s pretty?)
GIFTS: giving thoughtful gifts to show you were thinking about someone.(It’s not about the price of the gift but it’s the gesture that you’ve have shown.)
ACTS OF SERVICE: doing something that you know the other person would like. (It’s not that you have to be a whipping cub but offering something to work on would be appreciated.)
QUALITY TIME: giving your undivided attention. (You may stop working for a moment and give a little time to someone who is just waiting you to come over.)
PHYSICAL TOUCH: holding hands, kissing, embracing, putting a hand on the shoulder, or any other affirming touch. (Sex is not listed because it’s sometimes lust!)
A Unique Connection
January 2, 2011 at 8:44 am
Relationship is not a Facebook that requires us to follow the terms and conditions set forth by the site before we shall have that unique connection.
Relationship is proven by exchange, not just of pictures and messages, but of thoughts and ideas for the betterment of each other.
Relationship is not about status but of what is real in you.
Relationship is not only in walls but all over… walls, notes, discussion board, comments, albums and outside Facebook.