am dancing THE FIRST time

am dancing THE FIRST time

“It is as if HE dances each moment twice: first through is the nearness of him, and then through the sounds of Gangnam perceived a crazy other thing.( hilarious we’re both awkward.” This Guy’s description was no other Paula Abdul ( male version) who was classified as epic with his dancing humor . I am dancing as fast As I can . 2012 race for fun… hahahaha


My Emancipation

My Emancipation

Again I come to the edge where I about to drop off into even darker unknown situation. I found myself “useful and not useful” being manipulated and not motivated. Is there something solid where I can stand on or will I taught myself to fly? Sigh! People broken are broken people; it is just an analogous to what I’m experiencing right now…

Moving ON

Life can strike you hard.  It can hit like thunder. Possibly, it is the failure of your job or sudden unbelievable news. .  Maybe it is a series of unfortunate events. Maybe it’s your world turned upside down and maybe it is the loss of a loved one.Whatever it is, moving is never easy.

In fact, to move on is one of the toughest things in the world,   If you’ve ever been brokenhearted, you appreciate what I mean. Get over it!  People might tell you this.  They might exclaim, just forget the past and move forward with your life.  You might even desire to.  Then you might realize yourself stuck. Or you might discover yourself numb. Or you might notice yourself wallowing.This is where world’s best words come in to play.

My token  to you is this deep of quote for moving on. HOPE you like it Word-pressers:Image

Final Thoughts


Now, as I look back, it has honestly been a long, long curing process. Today, I am ultimately at calm for myself. I no longer pound myself up or consider myself as not upright enough when it comes to relationship and LOVE. I do not have the same confusion, trepidation, hatred or frustration, bittersweet emotions when I speak/think about F. I am grateful for having crossed trails with F and reaping this experience. I deem all of us go through each other’s lives for an intention this encounter has turned me befall a better person. I am glad for him and what he has achieve  for himself, and I hope he is as grateful  in his life as I am now.

How Do I Know When I’m In Love?

ImageAs humans, we’re ruled by our emotions. 

We more commonly react out of anger, pride, hatred or some other emotion, than act out of common sense or good planning. We buy pets, clothes and even houses because of how they make us feel. We choose our friends and our enemies with our hearts, not with our brains. We shop around for the religion that ‘feels’ right for us.

The Bible teaches that true love is not an emotion, but a decision. For example, we’re called not just to love those who love us, but even those who hate us, which requires self sacrifice and governing our emotions. 

So how can we know when we’re really in love – according to God’s standard?

Although love will make us ‘feel’ a certain way – usually tingly and excited – we must also stop and think. After the first feelings of our love fade, after a month or a year or even a decade, we must have something more solid to depend on, or else our marriage will disintegrate. A marriage based only on emotional love, without the foundations of God, sacrifice and common sense, won’t last. 

When determining whether we’re truly in love, we must ask:

1. Firstly, is the other person a Christian? While of course it’s possible for a Christian to fall in love with a non-Christian, we should be very wary of doing so as God commands that we don’t marry a non-believer. If we do fall in love with a non-Christian, we must either commit to praying and seeking their salvation before we marry them, or else end the relationship.

2. If the other person is a Christian and there’s definite attraction between us, we must assess whether we’re willing to put them and their needs above everyone and everything else (after God). Love requires us to sacrifice our own needs and inclinations for theirs on a daily basis.

3. Next, we need to assess whether we’re committed to investing our time and energy into the relationship. If we’re not, then we’re probably not really in love.

4. Finally, we need to ask ourselves if the other person is someone who we genuinely want to marry. Does the thought of spending the rest of our lives with him or her excite us? If we don’t foresee that the relationship will end in marriage, then there’s little point in continuing in it.

How can we know when we’re truly in love? If we:

• Feel like we’re in love

• Are prepared to sacrifice our own needs for the other person

• Are prepared to invest into the relationship

• Genuinely want to marry the other person

… then it’s likely that we’re in love according to God’s standard.