Wednesday, May 30, 2007

A thin white thread

Firstly i would like to thank the people who willingly spend their time reading my blog, especially those who also gave comments on them. I really appreciate them.This past few days' i heard people dying everywhere,; in the news, in the news papers, and from my friends. Men once said that death is a phase that living thngs need to face, it is a part of life. And this concept still circulating in our beliefs. Yes, those statements could not be denied, by science nor theory. But it sounds ironic rite, 'death is a part of life'. Those two terms; 'life' and 'death' are antonyms to each other, but somehow, 'death is a part of life'. There's one quote; 'To understand life, we need to undertsnd death first'. It holds a deep meaning. Yeah it's true. If we look at our society, we do not appreciate our life the way it supposed to be and there are times we wish that that Big Guy up there put a full stop to it. This might due to big brob or etc. But for me. to really understand what life is, we need to put ourselves in the shoes of people who have so little time to live. In these times, when your life is hangin in the balance, u will realize how precious time is, how valueble life is, how we wish we could turn back time to make things righr again. There is one hadith which stated that the only time men appreciate what Allah gave them is when Allah takes them away. We take simple miracles of life for granted, and one of them is life. Recalling back Elton John's Circle of life, to me, life is defined beautifully by symbolising it to the beauty of mother earth.So, i hope these few simple words could help you to see life in a hole new perspactive. Appreciate life, celebrate it.


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