Destiny

How can we be sure that that someone is really our destiny? I think I know how …

I’ve been recently watching DVD re-re-runs (sic) of “destiny” films (specifically, Serendipity and My Sassy Girl) these past few weeks. They topped my hit chart almost instantaneously. I also remembered watching years ago an Asian film entitled: Love on a Diet, which also has a similar meeting–parting–meeting-again setup. This kind of movie really draws out the soft side in me, or rather the dreamy part of me.

Now, on to the topic:

Destiny — something, or rather someone we all look forward to. It builds us dreams and hopes that another person is bound to be with us for the rest of our lives. Oh, it’s so good.

So, what if you found somebody and fell for her? But, destiny gets in the way. Yes, (it is obvious that) I believe in destiny. I also believe it tears hearts apart, wrecks peoples lives, shatters hopes and dreams for a person they thought was their destiny — just like what happens in the movies, without the happy ending. Ugh. It’s so sad.

But I make my own destiny.

So, if you are reading this, let me just tell the whole world:

I’d make my destiny with you. 🙂

It’s all about choices.

Fighting the inevitable

Hey, you! I have a big ———!

People encounter problems no matter how much we try to prevent them — they are inevitable. But we shouldn’t avoid them; we should face them. It is with fear and anxiety that many people try to run away from their problems.

Just remember, there is something we all have but we usually ignore …

A quotation I received through email said:

Stop telling God you’ve got big problems.
Tell your problems you’ve got a big God!

… Yes, a big God!