Friday, April 11, 2014

Thought for the day

Photo taken on 4th April 2014

I just realized that I was quite lucky being able to capture beautiful pictures of the two giant trees above last Friday. You know why? Because in just few days after that, all the flowers were no longer be seen.

I noticed that when I took the shuttle bus from my working place to the Singapore Expo this Tuesday. I was eagerly looking for row of trumpet flower trees along the road and highway that we passed through. However, only row of pink and purple Bougainvillea were found and still remained there together with the green bushes.

Photo taken today - How it looked like now :(

This was what we called 'impermanence' (now you see, now you don't). Everything existed just temporary, in a short period of time. We were all sad that the beautiful flowers had gone now but in a year's time, it might gloom again and we would be happy again looking at their beauty.

Let the nature takes its course

Things came and went, changed in a bit of time. Be it good thing or bad thing that happened, nothing last forever. No matter what, we still had to walk our life journey. Be strong, be calm. Always think positive, content, and be grateful for everything. Live simply, love generously. Speak truthfully, breathe deeply. Do your best. Do what you love and love what you do. The rest, leave everything else to the powers above you. Have a wonderful weekend everyone! :)

4 comments:

Kipchu Namgyel said...

Beautiful la and the way mam linked impermanence with those flowers was a great thing.

Rima Reyka said...

Thank you Kipchu for your kind words :)

Peldhen Sonam Nima said...

Dear Rima, Its beautiflly writen. Yes Life is jsut a momentary. It just reminded me of a Poetry Lines i created from the book titles of Sidney Sheldon, a decade ago. it goes like this: nothing last forever, So do the memories of midnight, when where one say where love has gone.

You too have a nice time..

Rima Reyka said...

Thank you so much PSN! :)

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