One night we took 4 homeless people from the street. One of them was in critical condition. I knew I probably could not save her life but I still took care of her with what my love for life can do. I put her in bed and there was such a beautiful smile on her face. She took my hand as she said her last words, “Thank you.”
I asked myself, “what would I say if I were in her place?” I thought I would probably had said something so that I can draw a little more attention to myself. I could have said, “I am hungry, I am cold, I am in pain, or even I am dying.” But this lady gave me much more—she gave me her grateful love. She died with a smile on her face.
A friend told me he has run across many “old” young men these days. They don’t have anything meaningful to do or any place special to go. They have no purpose, no hope, and no dreams. They get stuck in life going nowhere. They are young in age but old in mind and heart. I told my friend I have seen the opposite. I know some people who are advanced in age but young in their ambition, thinking and spirit. I think it is more fun to be with young old men than old young men.
2018/09/04 (星期二) 9:09
Many tasks are difficult to complete, but if you can work carefully, diligently, and whole-heartedly, you can handle them. Hard things then become easy. On the other hand, many things seem easy, so you take them lightly. As a result, you fail to finish. Easy things then become troublesome.
2018/06/05 (星期二) 00:10:36
Edward talks about a new student in the class. The new student is very popular and outshines everyone else. Edward admires the new student's ability to grab people’s attention. Although he is still jealous and slightly threatened by the new student, Edward is learning to look at the bright side of the situation.
2018/08/02 (星期四) 00:10:16