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我真的努力

1113pm
我饿了。
我知道那是出力太多做很多所以饿了。

对于我的生活
我从未像是现在这样努力。

累了饿了困了好多次以为就要昏掉了
我还是把自己推向前。

不轻易屈服。
不管是一顿午餐或一道汤
或是多么多么累骨头多么酸痛
我还是去洗碗洗衣了。

为了我的家。和我在乎的人。

幸福,就是临睡前,去看看沁芝亲亲沁芝。

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Life

Happiness does not depend on who you are what you have but what you think .

You called all your friends , you have seen many doctors … psychologists… But, the question is: do you want to get out? Do you ever want to ?

—— Lama Tenpa

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生命需要的东西

生命需要什么?
不同的阶段、时候、时刻都不同
但时时刻刻
需要这个


<冲上云霄2>主题曲

林子祥 – 電視劇《衝上雲霄II》主題曲

主唱: 林子祥

燃亮我意志 鼓起我勇氣
前面去再創傳奇
從沒有計較 是否好天氣
下決心再要逆風飛

*
又再有勇氣 願趁風再起
萬里飛佳績勝預期
未怕雪再冷 只想(今天)高高飛
共挽手一起再衝刺

光陰不會往後退 應拋開傷心抑怨
願我會拭乾眼中淚
天空海闊我共你 再領略人生的美
雲外看 新(的)生趣

不管多艱辛 只需有志氣
讓我重重重直上九霄去
前路有進退 心中有預備
能做到 能做到 是進取

光陰不會往後退 應拋開傷心憶記
願再試高飛的滋味
天空海闊我共你 再領略人生的美
雲外看 新生趣

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dearies

星期五
皓皓沁芝你们去了pasir ris,我有了时间一个人和自己在一起。
做一些不太紧要但我需要做的。
忽然觉得,一个人,已经很therapeutic。
我需要一个人待一会。
有时间和daddy一起出去。我很珍惜,平日生活磨蹭,好像摩擦比和睦多,聊的少了。关心的少了。爱的语言少了。我们都只在应付。疲于应付。
然后便昏昏欲睡。

睡了。身体睡觉。心也困了。

今天有点时间,想回味当公主被照顾的感觉。
我幻想daddy安排好一切,我只需要去当公主。

这些日子都在照顾两个宝贝,我这样告诉daddy,就是两个一口一口把我挖掉的感觉。身体和灵魂。所以,我也需要被照顾被呵护,像是公主一样,以前那样。有人张罗我的一切。

你们不可能知道,我的mommy去世后,我是怎么在照顾我的家。暂不论方法对否,我觉得我照顾家人比照顾自己多。有家人没自己。

现在更是。

写到这里,突然大悟:我的累,原来就是这样造成的。因为go all out。

我昏昏沉沉地走,希望daddy牵我,跟着我的步伐,但他说,慢慢走也要看地方。

怎么会?以前拍拖,世界 和地球因对方而转动,节奏都紧随对方。说真的,我不太能接受他的说法。不是我的舒适度比较重要吗?

逛完超市,daddy说了一句,大意是:我总是把他弄得气呼呼

忽然,我的眼眶就湿热了。

直觉得委屈。公主没当上,罢了。所以觉得,一定要找一个爱你比你爱他多的人。心爱的人,不是该好好爱吗?
总是把你放在第一位,不管你生命中多么小的事,都是他生命中,最最最重要的小事。

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自然

李敖说:"自然点。想做什么就做什么。"

真是大学问。
往往,想做不去做。做的反而是不想的。结果,活得不像话还不要紧。重点是浪费自己。

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Starting from Empty

July 26, 2013
Half-Full Consciousness

by Madisyn Taylor

Live your life as if your glass is half-full rather than half-empty, all you need is a change of thought.

We are all familiar with the metaphorical story of two people looking at the same glass and one perceiving it as half-full while the other sees it as half-empty. As much as we’ve heard this, it’s still a valuable exercise to really observe our minds and notice whether we are engaged in half-full or half-empty thinking. People will refer to themselves as being of one type or the other as if it was a permanent characteristic, but we are all capable of shifting into a half-full consciousness if we simply make the effort.

When we look at our lives with half-empty consciousness, we perceive a lack and think that the other half of what we want is missing. We are coming from a position of expectation and entitlement. On the other hand, when we look at our lives as half-full we perceive fullness. It is as if we recognize that our cup could be fully empty and so we are grateful for what we see as bounty—not something we expect or believe we are owed, but a gift. In half-full consciousness, we count our blessings. When we look at our lives we see all the elements that are in place and all the things we do have. This doesn’t necessarily mean we don’t seek more, but we seek from a place of fullness instead of from a place of lack. This fullness draws positive energy into our lives and often attracts more abundance.

If you would like to begin to make the shift into half-full consciousness, try imagining your life as an empty glass. This is your life without all the people you know, the work you do, your home, or your current state of physical wellbeing. This is just an empty, open space waiting to be filled. Once you have that feeling of openness in your mind, begin filling it with all the people, things, and places that make up your life. You may be surprised to find your glass overflowing.