I'm rereading 'The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari'. Each time I read it, I learn something new, or different perspectives caught me.
Anyway, I want to share this paragraph on the secret of happiness with you:
Find out what you truly love to do and then direct all your energy towards doing it.
If you study the happiest, healthiest, most satisfied people of our world, you will see that each and every one of them has found their passion in life, and then spent their days pursuing it. This calling is almost always one that, in some way, serves others. Once you are concentrating your mind power and energy on a pursuit that you love, abundance flows into your life, and all your desires are fulfilled with ease and grace.
Life is short, so I hope you find your passion and be happy always.
There's nothing wrong complaining, about society, politics, work, friends, family, surroundings. But when you complain, make sure you do something about it to make it better. There's nothing wrong to continue complaining, about everything and your deepest feelings. As long as you continue to do something about it and make it better.
Otherwise, you'll be complaining your whole life, and complaining to your grave.
Yes! Life is unexpected, we don't even know what till happen the next second.
At the Malaysia concert on 28 May 1993, Beyond concluded that there would be a bigger and greater concert in 1994. Little did he know that his last breath would be on 30 June 1993.
It's been 17 years now, and I still feel him and miss him... as I wrote before, can we love and un-love?
And I agree with Paul Wong (guitarist, vocal) that for us [the band] and for hong kong, the incident [the lead singer's death] was not merely about the loss of an artist. It was about losing a revolutionary of music.
Cherish life, and treasure those around you, every day, every hour, every minute, every second!