Sunday, October 28, 2007


Life is full of questions, uncertainty, confusion and delusions to name some. What is the purpose of trials and tribulations? What if instead of growing on stronger, we fall lower than before? What then?

These are some of the questions in life where no one really knows the answers to except God. But then again God speaks through various ways to different people. Some through the word, circumstances, people around you and only a handful directly. If the answer just came like that, “straight” wouldn’t that be easier? But wait some may say that then there would be no fun, no need for God in the first place but then again the whole point of having a problem required God to be there to help u answer and get through it.

Decisions are one of the scariest things in life. What if we make the wrong decisions? What if it was faulty? Influenced? Selfish? Not sincere decision? Wouldn’t it better then not to answer and leave things as they are till the real answer is found?

Some may conclude it, well, life is complicated. Well, is it? Or do we ourselves make it that way? What if our heart feels things that our mind is too afraid or unsure to act own. Sometimes we know ourselves what we ought to do but we need a little push, nudge to actually act upon it. What is we’re afraid to fall in love cause we know that the love that we long for could never be found in anyone. Maybe too much expectance, too high hopes. People say “Things are not always what it seems”. Well, then what are they? Worst? Better? Is what felt by the heart right? Or is it better to act upon logic and proper calculations? Is our life that objective? If it is then why do people have emotions? We would not be humans without it, now wouldn’t we?

Yes, I do realized there’s more questions than actual answers or any answers to begin with. Like i always say, everyone is entitled to their their own views. :)

1 comment:

Serena Lim said...

“The doors we open and close each day decide the lives we live.”
“Stay committed to your decisions, but stay flexible in your approach.”
“Sometimes it's the smallest decisions that can change your life forever.”