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Sunday, 24 May 2009

almost there

sunflower, photo by alison, canon 350d

and the day came when the risk to remain tight in a bud
was more painful than the risk it took to blossom.

~ anais nin ~

time and again, i had wanted to write about what i really felt like writing, about this strange journey, about this strange place that i'm at, and all the magical and miracles surrounding me, but yet i stop short. i was afraid. i was afraid that no one would believe me, no one would understands, no one cared to know. i don't think i get many readers anyways, and after all, i have been writing, or posting pictures just because i felt like it, and when a picture managed to lift a person's heart. even for just one person, i felt i had done my job. i could never muster enough courage to write the things that i really wanted to share.

then yesterday i got a wake up call, i was having late night chat with a good friend over warm lime juice, and what she said totally hit home! "how would you know? how would you know that people wouldn't understand? some people may resonate, some won't, for those who understands, that makes a whole lot of difference. it would help them somehow. we wouldn't know for certain, but it may."

and i am so grateful for that conversation i had with kylie. her encouragement lit a tiny spark inside of me.

the thing is, everyone is on the same boat... earth... we're all in this together, and everyone will evolve. and i have seen and witnessed more and more people going the same direction, and i felt tearful at times when i see them going through their own process of spiritual evolution.

my own journey has not always been easy for me, as i stumble and fall too. but yet i know it is worth the ride.

for the readers that have stayed with me, i am truly honored. if for any reason that you may not resonate with what i will contribute to this blog in future, and you feel you need to leave, it is ok to part, and i totally understand. it is part of the big whole anyhow.

i look forward to sharing with you more of energy readings in coming posts.


  1. i'm your #1 fan. you shared a lot in your writing, and it's always worth the reading.

  2. I've always felt all of us are living in a parallel world. The journey may be different from one another, but they have almost the same direction. Following your journey had opened up a lot of questions inside myself too..making me reach for my own inner strength and courage. Thank your for sharing the world thru your eyes and's fascinating for me.

  3. Your blog is one of my favorites because it always uplifts my spirits.

    Perhaps you have more readers than you think.

    Your pictures are also very inspiring. I hope you don't mind that I use some of them for desktops! I've had the tea plantation one as my desktop for several months.

    Thank for for sharing your life here! Best wishes.

  4. zanas: thank you so much, means a lot to me.

    hliza: thank you for your kind words, it helps and feels good to know.

    cameron: haha, yes, like you who would pop in and surprise me out of the blue! :)

    feel free to enjoy the pictures, they are what they are meant to do, lift peoples spirit, and i am glad they have done so.

    thanks for your support and encouragement.

  5. Your friend is so right. I learn a lot about myself when I come here, specially when you share about your feelings. Like, what you wrote above - it just dawned on me that I feel this way as well.

    Sometimes, when there's a lot of bad vibes around, even when it's just forthcoming, I feel it already. I feel people as well, which is probably why there are some people in my life and people i've met I just can't really be around with. I just become different, feel ill at ease and just sad or angry.

    I loo forward to reading more of you in the months and years to come.


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