He is missing a piece and he’s very sad. He set off to find the missing piece. He rolled along and sing “Oh, I am going to look for my missing piece, I am going to look for my missing piece, ah ha ha, on my way, to look for my missing piece”

Sometimes in his journey, he has to bear the heat of the sun. Following the icy cold rain and sometimes snow freezes him up but then the sun will come out to give him warmth

Because he is missing a piece, he can’t roll very fast. Thus, he could stop and chat with the worm or smell the flowers. Sometimes he overtakes the beetle and sometimes the beetle will also overtake him. This kind of moment is the happiest for him.

He continued his journey n sing “Oh, I am looking for my missing piece. Across the land and seas. I'm not afraid of the long road ahead, I am looking for my missing piece.” Through the swamps and scrubs and up to the mountains then down the hills. Till one day, he saw a missing piece and sang “I have found my missing piece, I have found my missing piece, Not afraid of the long road ahead, I have found…”

“Hold on”, the piece said “Don’t sing that”. “Not afraid of the long road ahead”. “Yet, I am not your missing piece and I am not anyone’s piece”. “I am my own piece and Even if I'm someone missing piece, I believe it would not be yours.” “Ooow.” He sadly said. “Sorry to disturb you.” And he went on his way again.

He then found another piece but this piece was too small. Then another one was too big. Then another one is slightly too sharp then another one was too squarish.

There was once when he found a piece with the perfect fit. But he did not grab hold of it tight and he dropped it. There was another time when he grabbed hold of it too tight and broke it. He went along his way again. Met with some dangers, Fell into a pit and somtime crashed into a stone wall.

One day, he met another piece which seemed to be a perfect fit.
“Hi!” He said.
“Hi!” the piece said.
“Are you anyone’s missing piece?”
“No, I am not.”
“Then are you your own piece?”
“I can be someone’s piece, as well as, be my own piece”
“You probably would not like to be my missing piece.”
“Not really.”
“Maybe we are not suitable.”
“Don’t say that…”

They try to fit each other.
“How is it?”
“Feels good.”

Very suitable! A perfect fit! Finally found it! Finally found it!

He rolled along, because he does not missed a piece anymore, he rolled faster and faster, faster then never before. So fast that he could not stop to chat with the little worm. He can’t stop to smell the flowers too. So fast that the butterfly is not able to rest on him. He could sing his happy song coz he finally found “I found my missing piece.” He started to sing “Ummm…Bleh…Hmmm, Ummm…Bleh…Hmmm, Hmmp…Ummp…”

Oh God, He doesn't missed any piece now, but he felt uneasy. “I know why.” He thought. “There’s must be a reason here.” He stopped and put down his missing piece, And left...

He moved along, and sang softly “Oh, I am looking for my missing piece, I am looking for my missing piece, Ah ha ha, on my way to look for my missing piece.”

Regarding Maturity…

In this society that emphasizes on the packaging, we they would sometimes inevitably envy other people’s good looks, and lament about our own imperfection. But in my years of experience, I have discovered that there’s no one life that is perfect, everyone has a lack of something.

Some couples may be very loving, wealth, but they could have problems. Some people have the looks and talent, but they could have a rough time in relationships. Some people have lots of money, but they don’t have filial children. Some people look to have a good life, but their brain could be very empty all their life. Everyone’s life has been designed with imperfections, you may not want it but it will follow you. I used to hate my imperfection, but now I have learnt to accept it with open arms because I understand that the flaw in life is like a spike on our backs. Reminding us to be humble and to emphatise with others.

If there's are no hardships, we will be complacent. If there is no depression, we cannot emphatise and console those who are less fortunate. I also believe that life cannot be too perfect, having a crack and let happiness flow to others is a beautiful thing.

It's no need for you to have everything coz If you does, what’s left for the others? Also recognise that life has flaws, that I will not compare myself with others instead cherish what you already have.

So, don’t go around envying others, count the blessings that Heaven has bestowed upon you. I'm sure you will find that there is more than the things that you don’t have and what you do not have. Although it's not lovable but it very much part of your life, accept and appreciate it and your life will be much happier.

If you are a clam, do you want to bear all the pains to produce a pearl or you do not want the pearl and choose to live comfortably?!

If you are a mouse, and you suddenly find yourself captured in a rat trap and in front of you is a piece of delicious cake, would you eat the cake or not?!

Early piggy banks are made of clay, once it is filled, it has to be broken. If there is such a piggy bank, no money has been put into it, until today and it has become a very priceless antique. Which piggy bank do you wish to be?!

Everytime you think of it, note down your answers...
Until a day when your answers does not change...
Then you are mature!

Find someone who understands you and hope that you are the person who understands him/her... The intelligent like to guess people’s heart. Although everytime they get it right, they will lose their own. The innocent and naive love to give their hearts. Although they laughed everytime but they would have won over other people’s hearts...

Like the fish said "I can’t see my tears because I am in the water... "
and the water replied "But I can feel your tears because you are in my heart..."

Roman Roots, The history of Valentine's Day is obscure, and further clouded by various fanciful legends. The holiday's roots are in the ancient Roman festival of Lupercalia, a fertility celebration commemorated annually on February 15. Pope Gelasius I recast this pagan festival as a Christian feast day circa 496, declaring February 14 to be St. Valentine's Day.

Valentines Galore, Which St. Valentine this early pope intended to honor remains a mystery: according to the Catholic Encyclopedia, there were at least three early Christian saints by that name. One was a priest in Rome, another a bishop in Terni, and of a third St. Valentine almost nothing is known except that he met his end in Africa. Rather astonishingly, all three Valentines were said to have been martyred on Feb. 14.

Most scholars believe that the St. Valentine of the holiday was a priest who attracted the disfavor of Roman emperor Claudius II around 270. At this stage, the factual ends and the mythic begins. According to one legend, Claudius II had prohibited marriage for young men, claiming that bachelors made better soldiers. Valentine continued to secretly perform marriage ceremonies but was eventually apprehended by the Romans and put to death. Another legend has it that Valentine, imprisoned by Claudius, fell in love with the daughter of his jailer. Before he was executed, he allegedly sent her a letter signed "from your Valentine." Probably the most plausible story surrounding St. Valentine is one not focused on Eros (passionate love) but on Agape (Christian love): he was martyred for refusing to renounce his religion.

In 1969, the Catholic Church revised its liturgical calendar, removing the feast days of saints whose historical origins were questionable. St. Valentine was one of the casualties.

Chaucer's Love Birds, It was not until the 14th century that this Christian feast day became definitively associated with love. According to UCLA medieval scholar Henry Ansgar Kelly, author of Chaucer and the Cult of Saint Valentine, it was Chaucer who first linked St. Valentine's Day with romance.

In 1381, Chaucer composed a poem in honor of the engagement between England's Richard II and Anne of Bohemia. As was the poetic tradition, Chaucer associated the occasion with a feast day. In "The Parliament of Fowls," the royal engagement, the mating season of birds, and St. Valentine's Day are linked:

"For this was on St. Valentine's Day,

When every fowl cometh there to choose his mate"

Tradition of Valentine's Cards, Over the centuries, the holiday evolved, and by the 18th century, gift-giving and exchanging hand-made cards on Valentine's Day had become common in England. Hand-made valentine cards made of lace, ribbons, and featuring cupids and hearts eventually spread to the American colonies. The tradition of Valentine's cards did not become widespread in the United States, however, until the 1850s, when Esther A. Howland, a Mount Holyoke graduate and native of Worcester, Mass., began mass-producing them. Today, of course, the holiday has become a booming commercial success. According to the Greeting Card Association, 25% of all cards sent each year are valentines.

Whether you've chosen the single life or are between relationships, you can build a terrific solo life. And, if you're looking to attract true love, turns out that having a terrific single life is just the thing to do.

Below are six major components for being single and happy, as well as suggestions on how to add each one to your current life.

1. Community
What it means: Building a community means having people who are there for you, people who care about you and your life.

Why it matters: Many singles feel lonely and disconnected, which affects their quality of life. They act as if the only way to get their emotional needs met is through a partner. Not true. Members of your community can meet many of your needs, and the more your needs get met, the less needy and the more attractive you become -- and the less you need a partner.

What you can do: Build community by volunteering or by joining clubs around subjects that interest you. Reach out to people already in your life.

2. A Life Rich in Pleasure
What it means: Think of your life's outlook after indulging in something nurturing and pleasurable, such as being in nature, exercise or a good meal. Doesn't life look full of promise? Imagine a life rich in such moments of pleasure and you'll instantly increase your happiness quota.

Why it matters: Many singles forego pleasure and self-care for their jobs or career. It's as if they themselves don't matter; only their accomplishments do.

What you can do: Add three luxurious, pleasurable things to your day. These don't have to be huge -- perhaps a 10-minute stroll, a few minutes reading a book, a cat nap, a body-care product that smells or feels good, a sit-down meal. Figure out what these three things are by remembering the last few times you felt truly luxuriated.

3. A Life Lived Now
What it means: Many singles wait until they're in a relationship to live the kind of life they want and to do the things they love to do. Yet your life happens now -- today. It's not a dress rehearsal for when you have a relationship.

Why it matters: When you want to participate in life, but stop yourself because you are single, you stifle your spirit. On the other hand, living the life you want now enlivens and energizes you and gives you a sense of well-being and happiness. And living your life now also makes you very attractive!

What you can do: Figure out what things you haven't done because you've been waiting for a partner. Which three sound the most fun and give you the most charge when you think about them? Do them now.

4. Relationship Skill Building
What it means: There's a real set of skills few of us know exists -- and even fewer actually have -- that guarantee you'll attract a good, compatible partner and build a great, healthy relationship. The fact that you haven't had a successful lifelong relationship so far doesn't mean that you're doomed to wander the earth alone or that something's wrong with you. It's simply a matter of learning new skills.

Why it matters: Many singles worry that they'll continue to have unhappy, unsuccessful relationships. Many believe there is nothing short of settling that can be done about being single. Many fear they are meant to be alone.

What you can do: Put yourself in relationship school. Read books about relationship skills, go to workshops and seminars, hire a relationship coach. Keep learning and becoming confident in your skills and don't give up!

5. Putting the Past in the Past
What it means: Most people know that they need to let go of the past, yet believe that they cannot. However, there's a real set of skills that guarantee you'll let go of all past hurts and resentments.

Why it matters: Many singles hold on to the past as a way of preventing the same thing from happening in the future. Others hold on because they don't know how to let go. Either way, the past drains your vital life energy. There is no surer way to spoil an otherwise great life than with resentments and anger about days gone by.

What you can do: Learn how to let go. Put yourself in completion school. Read books, go to workshops and seminars, hire a therapist or a coach. Keep learning new ways to let go of the past, then apply them to gaining more and more freedom.

6. Passion/Purpose/Vision/Action
What it means: Be powered by passion about your life. Have a purpose for waking up in the morning. Have a vision of your place in the world and what you want to contribute to others. Take action about all of these.

Why it matters: Many singles are waiting for a relationship to infuse their life with passion and purpose, not realizing that a loving partner is not a substitute for a meaningful life. Single or with a partner, your life's purpose is your own, and will energize you when pursued. You'll be happiest following your life purpose.

What you can do: Figure out what makes time stop for you, what lights you up to no end, what always fuels you with energy. Whatever that activity may be, it's a part of your life purpose. Now get into action on that wonderful thing, and let it lift you and transform you.

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Posted by Mr. Gee in ,

Huhu, it's like 5.00am nw but still cant closed my eyes. Actually i just finished my report for today work. Sometimes felt like I'm doing an unfinished business here but hey, that why we work right? so, since nothing else to do beside waiting for 7.00am so better check my check list for today...

1. Ironing cloth - Done

2. Cleaning my room - Done

3. Report - Done

4. Bag - Done

5. Shower - Shortly

6. Breakfast - Shortly

Well, I'm all set nw. Just try to figure out what i might missed for dis morning.. So, till then. Have a nice day guy's...