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08 Nov

all of us are writers, and our lives open books. each and every relationship would be a chapter, and it’s up to us to make sure that the “characters” in our book were worthy of inclusion. unlike a book on paper, once we became involved, there would be no way to edit out the bad choices.
some chapters would be sweet and memorable, while others (hopefully, not many) would be painful, but full of life lessons. the most important thing to remember was that the pen was firmly in our hand, and only us could decide how our story unfolded.

.edited.
– Saralee Rosenberg, Readers Digest, november, 2004-

hmm aku terkilan bila aku tolong org dia tak ckp terima kasih. aku mengungkit ke? aku tak harap apa2, cuma ckp, “terima kasih” dgn seikhlas hati. bukan mengharap utk dipuji. bila ada org berterima kasih, aku akan rasa aku telah melakukan yg baik utk makhluk Allah dimuka bumi. jika dia berlalu sepi, aku rasa tak berbaloi. eheh.. aku bukan mintak duit raya, cuma terima kasih.

kalau aku beri laluan pada pemandu lain semasa di atas jalan raya, dia mengangkat tangan tersenyum sambil mengangguk kepala. aku rasa bangga. heehe.. tapi kalau aku dah susah payah brek, tukar gear, berhenti tgh jalan nak bagi dia jalan dan dia berlalu memecut dgn kereta vroom vroom tu, aku rasa aku dah menyumpah suruh dia masuk parit.

aku tak akan berhenti merungut, jika seseorang melakukan kesalahan. pelbagai cara, sindiran atau ungkit, itu terpulang pada kaedah yg berkesan, selagi ucapan seringkas “sorry” tak dilafazkan. apabila keadaan ini tidak berlaku, bernanahlah telinga anda. (cuma dipraktikkan dlm kawasan rumah shj)

skrg baru aku faham bagaimana aku ini. “sorry” kepada kawan-kawan sekalian sempena hari raya ini. terima kasih kerana berikan aku karya yg baik dlm open book aku.

selamat hari raya aidilfitri

maaf zahir dan batin

 
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Posted by on November 8, 2004 in crash and burn

 

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