what if " tomorrow never comes "
July 6, 2009 2:35pm CST
we always say we love our family,in what manner you show'd ur love to them?how often you say " i love you " to your partner? how often u greet them with kiss and hugs? how many times u visited your parents,siblings and relatives? i am saying about " death " what if tomorrow never comes,we never knew what tomorrow may brings,so,do whatever u want to do with them now that u we still have time,coz' we can never bring back the hands of time.what's the use of crying when they can't hear us anymore? and what can a beautiful flower arrangement do when they can't appreciate and smell it's fragrance now that they're gone?we still have time,go and kiss your mom or dad and say how thankful you are for having them in ur life,say i love you to your partner,hug your kids ...nothings late when done earlier.
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7 Jul 09
You're becoming sentimental now I guess. That would be so sad. Well, my parents were all passed away. Honestly, we never been so closed because I live in the city for a long period of time while they were at the province. It was really sad, I was not able to expressed really my love and care for them. We had a communication but family bonding were not with us until they passed away. It was really the saddest moment of my life.....
8 Jul 09
this is really what i mean my friend.we always regret things when it's too late.and i don't want this to happen with me,thu my parents were away too,i always tried not to miss a day talking with them,saying how much i love them.and visiting them as often as i could.and when i am with them,i make sure i had a quality time spent with my loved ones.keep smiling my friend...and yes,i am always sentimental =)
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6 Jul 09
True, we should live life to the fullest and not procrastinate. But personally, I can't go through life wondering if this is the last moment. It would scare me too much, and cloud any good things that might be in store.