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Tuesday, April 10, 2007

I Found The Cure

I'm back from a long holiday....

I was really sick when the holiday started not to mention the fact that I spent the first day of the holidays working....

My tonsilitis was getting worst then and I had to take some really strong antibacterial or something which made me feel sick all the more....

So, on the second day, I took the rest and decided to stop taking my meds...and I mean STOP!

You might be thinking I was crazy especially if you have seen my swollen tonsils...but I would say it was the second best thing that I did. The first was my decision to stay in bed and get as much sleep as I can. I think I slept for more than 24 hours, well, I did have to wake up to eat once in awhile like every 12 hours? LOL

In the morning of the third day, I felt a whole lot better. The day after that, wow, I forgot I had tonsilitis, I felt nothing at all!

Sleep I therefore conclude is the best medicine.

Happy Easter to all Christians....

Monday, April 02, 2007

Answers, huh?

Answers, I have them all. Always.

How to get a good job? Got that covered.Troubled love life? Not a problem.Is there a God? Get comfortable, this one could take a few minutes.

Then next time you go to a bookstore, you may want to go to the self-help section. Then try counting the number of books they have on making new and improved self. So many answers, most of them are only 19.99 or less (yes, I range the prices into dollars). And you notice, there have to be something to them, right?

The challenge comes not in finding answers. Answers are everywhere, cheap and plentiful. Truths comes in shades of grey, each nearly as valid as the last.

The tricky part is finding the right answers for us.

Our problem, as a society, is that we settle. We discover an answer on our own, read one in a book, or catch it on Oprah - and then we embrace it. If it’s a close enough fit for our life, it may even stay with us for a while.

Close enough, for me, isn’t good enough.

Because even if I find the right answer today, more likely than not, it won’t be the right answer for me next month or next year.

We evolve. Situations change. Self-discovery opens new possibilities. Answers, like life, must be malleable. Must be adaptable. For me, the only absolute is that there are none.