Waiting for What?

Most of the time people sit idle by, waiting for an opportunity - waiting for the “right time”. Waiting for these moments is like waiting for snow to fall in a desert, the possibilities are rare, and there would be a 4 to 1 chance it could happen, waiting for a miracle without putting any effort would be a waste of time. It is true that everyone wants to have a happy ending, but why do some have to sit and do nothing? Why not stand up and try? What is holding us back? What is the exact reason for us to delay our goals?  Everyday we strive for motivation, strive to achieve, yet again, we make excuse.  Many wants to succeed yet, still there are people who are afraid.     Fear.  Fear have held us back, fear have made us weak and so we make excuses, because fear have gotten in the way, our motivation are weakened.   "I'm afraid, because I'm not good enough."    "I'm scared because I don't know what will happen."    "I fear that I will fai

You Stay too?

My lollipop - my sweet candy, Closer. I want you closer to me. It's not a love song - no sappy love song, Reality. It's never what you see on screen. I know that I'm different, I know that I am not what you need. I try to be perfect, Yet again I try to please you, Still, You refuse to glimpse. It's been far too long, More then a year, A constant question, "Do I still want you dear" We had our moments And now that's over You're gone while I'm stuck here. I knew I was just stupid - naive little child. Thought this was a movie - Leaned in for a kiss. Maybe. Perhaps. We could be perfect. Perhaps. Maybe I want you to look at me like how you look at her, And I want you to know that I'll be here for you. I will stay, but will you?

Who Am I?

I am afraid to be alone, and I don't know why. All night I tried to be myself, but I couldn't tell how. I don't know when this all began, "acts" piled up and fake commends. I want it all over. Throughout the years I've been so blind, but now it's clear. The sad truth is, I've got nothing to lose, and nobody cares what do I do. But if I don't do anything, I know that I'll be on my knees. Breathing like rats, instead of bleeding out my regrets. So I'm begging please, I don't want to lie anymore. Not him nor to her. And not to me.

Trendsetter or Motivator?

“There is only one happiness in this life, to love and be loved” – George Sand Love is one of the most profound emotions known to human beings. There are many kinds of love, but most people seek its expression in a romantic relationship with a compatible partner. For certain people, romantic relationships are the most meaningful element in their lives, providing a source of deep fulfilment and pure happiness. However, some prefer the life alone. Why? Perhaps they have been through too much heartache, and the thought of going through yet another failed relationship is too much to bear. Failed relationships happen for many reasons, and the failure of a relationship is often a source of great psychological anguish.  Relationship has always been a positive mechanism- a motivator. In Jamison. L. Ganong’s journal, “Journal of Social and Personal Relationships”, it was stated that relationship is “a key to motivate the comforts of an intimate relationship while maintaining a hig

Brave Little Flower

“Even the littlest flower can withhold a storm” My little niece, Alyshana Ariel was diagnosed with thalassemia major at the age of 1 year 9 months. Children born with thalassemia usually develop the symptoms of severe anaemia within the first year of their life. They lack the ability to produce normal, adult haemoglobin and experience chronic fatigue. They may also fail to thrive, but luckily my niece had her early treatments. My little niece had her weekly transfusion, and I remember when she used to cry so much when the doctors poked needles in her.   Having sufficient blood packs in the blood bank was difficult, my sister had to spread the news about her daughter, pleading for friends and family to help donate blood to my little niece, luckily for us, we have a big family and my sister have amazing friends. News spread like wildfire, and soon a lot of people knew about Ariel. The first time Ariel went for blood transfusion, she was scared, only a child at 1 year 9 mo