A quotes story

It started in “The little Prince”.

You have made your intentions clear.

“If some one loves a flower, of which just one single blossom grows in all the millions and millions of stars, it is enough to make him happy just to look at the stars. He can say to himself: ‘Somewhere, my flower is there…’ Antoine de Saint-Exupéry

At first, I hesitated.

Afraid to fall again. But you insisted with this…


It melted my heart. You won the game.

Like the waves to the ocean, awaking my soul.

“Her happiness floated like waves of ocean along the coast of her life. She found lyrics of her life in his arms but she never sung her song.” 
― Santosh Kalwa

Then, I gave in.

Everything falls in their right places.

You’re the ONE I never thought existed.



A love I never knew would come.


love songs


A promise that will never end.

“I love you,
in ways
you’ve never been
for reasons you’ve never been
for longer than you think you
and with more
than you will ever know existed
me.”― Tyler Knott Gregson


For many years, I thought OURS will be different.

Then the green-eyed monster appeared and ruined what we had.



I did everything I had to do, but it’s no use holding on.

“She’s standing on the line between giving up and seeing how much more she can take.”


I guess, I need to let you go.


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Untitled poem

The sun will rise

The sun will set

To bring another happy day

And though I’m gone

Just don’t forget

No matter what

My love will stay

And though one day

You met someone

And found out that you love her so

Just let me know when the time comes

I’ll wish you love

I’ll let you go.


Note:  I don’t own this poem. I can’t remember where did I read it, who wrote it and even the title of it.  I have memorized this poem way back in high school (that was 25 years ago), still loved it. Just in case, anybody knew who wrote this poem, please tell her that I would love to meet her.



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FMM in my mind

Have you ever wonder what it is like to live in the convent? How can some people live in prayers and silence?

It’s been 10 years when I entered the convent and joined the Franciscan Missionary of Mary Institute (an International congregation for religious women), I somehow manage to live that kind of life. A life of what I called “letting go”.

I let go of everything that I have– my family, friends, job and even myself.

It’s an extraordinary, inspiring, and bravest (or craziest for some) thing that anyone can do.It is not all about sacrifice. It is an everyday struggle towards perfection to prepare oneself to His divine will.

Like any other relationship, it was harder to leave than to go in.

Living in the convent is not heaven on earth, some might find it boring and would not want to live there.

So, why do I tell it anyway?

As Robert Fulghum wrote, author of All I really need to know I learned in Kindergarten. There are places we all come from — that make us who we are. We turn our backs on them and find sense in which we need to go back again – to sanctify memory.

Though it’s hard to explain, I found my treasure there.