Living in the Moment

The week has ended, yet a new week is beginning. So to start it off positively, Here is another song that helps to keep us away from depression as we are reminded to just live daily in every moment without worrying about the past and the future. After all, life is a daily adventure. They said, “we Learn from Yesterday, we Hope for Tomorrow, but we need to Live for Today“. It is by then that we fill our past with good memories and our future worth looking forward to.

So, without delay, here is the song by Jason Mraz entitled “Living In the Moment”:

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Take Life One Step At A Time

It’s singing time again here at Love Letters and Thoughts! We wish to share another inspirational song here with you…One that will remind us “to take one step at a time” and let stress and anxiety plummet down. What is best with the future is it comes one day at a time. According to Kody Kiplinger – “You can’t control everything. Sometimes you just need to relax and have faith that things will work out. Let go a little and just let life happen.”  Continue reading

Life is Hard but Easy for a Child

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“Mama, I know you’re sad with what happened. Don’t be! I already forgive him!”

My heart is in rage as I found out that my daughter has been bullied in school. It’s something that all parents don’t want their children to experience.

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Envy and Self Compassion

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Lately, as I bring my child to school and attend their various activities, I feel a certain ill feeling of jealousy over other kids receiving certain weekly awards while my daughter hasn’t yet. I don’t know why until I asked myself – Why do we envy others? Is it normal? Continue reading

How to have a Beautiful Day

All of us have our dark moments where we think unlucky or unpleasant things just seem to happen all at once sometimes. So here is another song which I hope will give you focus and inspiration for those times.

We know, that “with positivity comes good energy”. So why not start it with a good music?

This is entitled “Beautiful Day” by Elize. Never miss this! Truly great song!

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Only Few Friends are for Lifetime

My feeling now is better than when I was writing my last blog post – “Don’t Forget To Say I Love You“. My husband is recovering fast and thank God for the gift of friends and pals “online” who are able to journey with us in this ordeal.

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Don’t Forget To Say “I Love You”

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What is it like to lose a loved one? I don’t wanna know.

Minutes from now, my husband is about to undergo an open surgery in his abdomen. It is his first time to be going through a major operation with general anaesthesia. Anxiety and fear are slowly getting into my nerves. Worry is making my head heavy. I don’t think no one will ever be ready for anything like this no matter how learned a person might be. Negative thoughts are creeping in. Continue reading

Leave The Past, Today Life Begins

Herewith is another inspirational song that reminds us to make the best of today. As the saying goes “Yesterday is History, Tomorrow is a Mystery, Today is a Gift, that’s why we call it Present.” Today is indeed a gift as we are given the chance to make beautiful tomorrows. “The Past is behind, there is nothing we can do about it, so Learn from it; The Future is ahead, Prepare for it; The Present is here, Live it.Continue reading

I Will Stand By You

When you’re tired, weary and feeling all alone, remember there is always someone out there that cares for you. Sometimes, we get too overwhelmed with our ordeals that we forget to see and appreciate the people around us – our partner, friend, family, nurse, caregiver, therapist, and even our online chat mate. For sure, there is always somebody we might just failed to notice but who has always been there for us no matter what we go through. Continue reading

Do You Worry? Go Higher!

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I do worry. It is a lot stressful! Then after a while, they still do not offer solution. Just more worry.

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