Archive for May, 2007
The greatest pain in life is not to die, but to be ignored.
-To lose the person you love so much to another who doesn’t care at all.
-To have someone you care so about so much throw a party…and not tell you about it.
-When your favorite person on earth neglects to invite you to his graduation.
-To have people think that you don’t care.
The greatest pain in life, is not to die, but to be forgotten.
-To be left in the dust after another’s great achievement.
-To never get a call from a friend, just saying “hi”.
-When you show someone your innermost thoughts and they laugh in your face.
-For friends to always be too busy to console you when you need someone to lift your spirits.
-When it seems like the only person who cares about you, is you.
Life is full of pain, but does it ever get better?
-Will people ever care about each other, and make time for those who are in need?
-Each of us has a part to play in this great show we call life.
-Each of us has a duty to mankind to tell our friends we love them.
-If you do not care about your friends you will not be pusinshed.
-You will simply be ignored…forgotten…as you have done to others
Yet another year passed by. This year was quite memorable for me on the 16th of May. I received a very peculiar teacher’s gift from one of my student. It was a postcard. It read:
The room lay still. I could hear the raindrops outside my window. The small glass opening on the top glass panes gave in some air, causing a whistling sound in my room. I glanced over my mobile and its 11:35 pm. I snuggled into my bed. I closed my eyes. Nothing. My hands reached over to the tv remote control. In the darkness, light appeared, flashing as I pressed the “On” indicator. I thought to myself, if only I have a remote control of my own life, one where I could invite the rainbow instead of the darkness. With limited options, I surfed the local channels.
One programmed caught my attention. I paused. Anime, showing at 11:45pm? Strange ? Which child would be awake at this hour to watch ? The adults working in the entertainment/broadcasting industry never fail to amuse me.