Some people might not understand why
until now I seem to be in a not-so-upbeat
situation. I tell you, it's complicated.
It's an aggregate of what life could
possibly throw at me all at once.
Just a little into the blue, or better yet
say, just a little tired. Whether I could
blame life for it or myself is something
that I'm seriously trying to figure out.
Things happened too fast in the last year that things caught up with me. To give you an idea, last year has been like all the events of 5 years packed in 365 days leading to this moment. Not to mention issues of the heart. In that case, tell me who is not human enough not to get tired.
The past 2 months has been very hectic. The reason........
yes, a house.
we got one in St. Monique Valais Binangonan and it's about to
be ready for occupancy.
Forgive me therefore if I cant keep it any longer. If a blog could be a therapy at times, I want it to work that way. I need anything that could convince me that despite the odds, I am working on something meaningful.
In the book that I am reading ( Being Happy ) Andrew Mathews discussed the importance of setting goals. He went as far as recounting a story of a concentration camp survivor during world war II. This person observed that those who made it through had a reason to keep going. They had a GOAL.
I would like to believe I have one.
But as he said, what you get in pursuit of your goals is of lesser importance. The real question is, what kind of person you need to become in order to achieve your end.
I hope to become a better person. One with a goal.
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