Month: July 2013

This Day!!!


Am not so sure of the rest; but am certain that today is a ‘Sunday’ and more so my ‘Birthday’!!!
Strange it is that ; I don’t, so far share it with any friend or relative of mine- not even on the ‘few social’ sites am hooked onto!
A look back at and into my past, a journey it has been; of ups and downs, and still goes on. A lot of lessons I’ve learn t that still make me ‘a learner’. Life makes you face in all directions, appreciate situations and experiences from which I continue to live.
A feeling I get, of all those closer and closest to me; family and friends- the people we can never do without.
Thank you and I love you Mum!!!
Am grateful to the ‘GIVER’ of this gift, so priceless, that I still hold onto. With it I’ve achived all that Iam, and my mothers, family and friends who all help me live!!!

Wooow, this Day!!!

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‘Discovering one’s other side’


It was just yesterday that I and a friend held a brief chat. It took me off course; ‘caught me’ ‘unaware’ but kept me spinning faster, mentally.

So you think surely you know you

It requires real patience, time and closeness to unveil one- which are rare in today’s immortals. (Net Photo)
It requires real patience, time and closeness to unveil one- which are rare in today’s immortals.
(Net Photo)
r; spouse, friend, relative, colleague or loved one, well enough?

‘Knowing one deeper’ is what we were focusing on. She says; at most times ‘knowing or getting to know someone better, more, well enough is painful, disappointing or can be frustrating’ Is it?

It is facing reality, the truth…, we agreed it’s good though it sometimes saves or messes it all!

Everyone has what I referred to as ‘The other side’ and this is kept known to only ‘themselves,’ away from the world. At most times, it can be queer, weird… One is so selfish about their ‘other side’; like a coin, it is just flipped so as to check the other side.

It requires real patience, time and closeness to unveil one- which are rare in today’s immortals.

Many, like ‘her’ prefer living away from the the disappointment; what if it could save one from an eternal burden of shame, trouble or worry?

The world- me inclusive, still faces this challenge of ‘people understanding themselves and each other’; right from our families to our schools, work places, social centers and elsewhere which explains the endless conflicts resulting from the ‘unexpected disappointments’!

True it is, getting to know the ‘realness’ of one may be a burden at first, a frustration as it happens, painful at times or who knows; a blessing- a lesson to be treasured for ages after.

You have always heard of it, maybe before or yet ‘I’d like to know you better.’