Happy Aidilfitri

Dedicated To:
My Family (Mom, Along, Adik, Jaja & Mia)
All My Friends & Blog Visitors

This morning with my heart full of indescribable joy and fulfilment. Heard the Syawal song played over my neighbour's radio and my heart filled with overwhelming joy. The trying month of Ramadhan has passed us and here we all will celebrate Hari Raya Aidilfitri.

To the God Almighty:
Thank You,
For giving me the opportunity to celebrate with,
my Mom, Along, Adik, Jaja & Mia.
For giving me strength to pull through during our darkest hours,
For Your blessings to my families.

To my Mom:
Thank you for your blessings,
Your unconditional love,
Your understanding and forgiveness,
Your being there just for me.
I love you.

Suffer From Anger & Grief

We cannot always reason with those that are bitter towards us and sometimes we may need to accept that it exists. To counteract this with retaliation is something that needs careful consideration. Consider how much more you often suffer from your anger and grief, than from those very things for which you are angry and grieved.

Most of us experience anger at one time or another. Others may get angry with us, justifiably or not. We may become angry at others, sometimes with very good reason, sometimes not. One thing is for sure, it is not a pleasant experience.

Perhaps we are guilty of hostility more than we would like to be. Greater interaction with people should reduce these feelings. Less anger should result in more confidence and less stress.

Is a discussion possible and is it worthwhile? A few words and an exchange point of view might result in one or both sides having a change in attitude. Try to see another point of view no matter how unreasonable it appears.

Consider how you are feeling. It is common, perhaps good advice, to let anger be expressed, to not hold it inside. My personal experience is that sometimes I have regretted this because I was wrong or over reacted. Sometimes the anger still lingered. Avoiding anger in the first place, through conciliation or acceptance, can result in feeling better all around.

Finally, hatred is a prolonged anger towards a fellow human. There are various forms of hatred, motivated in different ways, and mostly without cause. Prejudice, jealousy, gossip, bullying are hard to deal with. This is where friends can be a great help in trying to understand these harmful actions. They can offer comfort and foresight. Please be a friend and whatever is begin in anger, will be ends in shame.