Lessons in Life and Origami
I know, I know! It has been quite a while since I blogged, a faraway friend thought this space was either dead or that I haven’t been working on any material. Truth is that there have been a couple of exciting ongoing projects which probably might not be wise to speak about at this moment, but believe me when I say that I have been itching to share them!
On another alternate reality, I was feeling a tad nostalgic. Another friend brought me back to a flickr entry I did two years ago where I shared little bites that I jotted down one afternoon while wandering Books Kinokuniya alone, which I thought would be nice to share here, and hope it tides you over.
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Make it a point never to rush through with life. Do not find yourself looking back at the year passed not remembering anything significant you did.
Always own your books, never borrow. It would give strong insight to the person you are and the passions that drive you to your kids in due time.
Listen to everything everyone has to say, but never follow any of it. It is always important to grow up and form your own opinions.
There has to be one thing that you believe in strongly, almost vehemently, at any given point of your life. If you can be sure of nothing, at least be sure of your salvation.
You may be a dog person, or a cat person. But always remember that it is your responsibility to show love to all of God’s living creatures.
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