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Love Grows (Where My Rosemary Goes) - Edison Lighthouse Edison Lighthouse - Love Grows Lyrics She ain't got no money Her clothes are kinda funny Her hair is kinda wild and free Oh, but Love grows where my Rosemary goes And nobody knows like me She talks kinda lazy And people say she she's crazy And her life's a mystery Oh, but Love grows where my Rosemary goes And nobody knows like me There's something about her hand holding mine It's a feeling that's fine And I just gotta say She's really got a magical spell And it's working so well That I can't get away I'm a lucky fella And I've just got to tell her That I love her endlessly Because Love grows where my Rosemary goes And nobody knows like me There's something about her hand holding mine It's a feeling that's fine And I just gotta say She's really got a magical spell And it's working so well That I can't get away I'm a lucky fella And I've just got to tell her That I love her endlessly Because Love grows where my Rosemary goes And nobody knows like me Fadeout: It keeps growing every place she's been And nobody knows like me If you've met her, you'll never forget her And nobody knows like me La la la- believe it when you've seen it Nobody knows like me

Tuesday, August 25, 2009

Questions that I'm hoping to get answers..

1. Have you ever wonder why you're born into this world?
2. Have you ever wonder why you're born in this
family, country, home... life?
3. Have you ever wonder why things has to be so
deadly and serious when you're growing up?
4. Have you ever wonder why things keeps going
wrong in your life when you're growing up?
5. Have you ever wonder why whatever you're doing
is wrong?
I'm trying to figure out too... And hoping that writing this blog will help me find out and for others to realize too. Feel free to comment... Thank you.
1. What ever happened to guidance and teachings and hopes that you were told of?
2. What happened to the world of learning and
teaching?
Why do i ask? What's the meaning or point to it? I, may have a bright and happy coloured blog. and may have many happy memories of what has happened for the past few months, but i am sure that there are more in me than just the packaging. Many a times when things happen, it seems right to us, but when adults see it, it's wrong and it's a big disappointment to them. To everyone in your family, in fact. The truth is, I am more disappointed at the adults now a days for misunderstanding the changing of a new generation. Yes, sticking to tradition is important, but tradition is changing every second of the day. There will always be a place for tradition, though now is the future for everyone. "Once you've step forward, there's no turning back." All folks says that, but do they really understand the meaning behind that sentence?
*Really, no offense to the elderly. I respect that they want to protect us and not get hurt, but i guess you need to open more doors to guide us right way if you really want to 'protect' us instead of telling us it's wrong and it's definitely wrong.*
I've been brought up in a middle class family. Both my parents retired very early and now they're doing baking as a home business. My brother and I are the only siblings in the family, three years older. We get along pretty good (now), but i guess it's because we don't really talk to our parents much so it's either them or ourselves. We were not like this when we were younger, but then, time flies and we're much closer. "Things were done and tears have fallen, and it can't be undone or kept back. We just have to look forward and move on". One thing I don't really understand is that when adults say it, it's supposed to teach us something and when teenagers say it, we're being treated like spoiled kids and being said as rude, no manners, no respect for the elders and the most commonly used "no brains".
Why? Why? Am I even allowed to ask?
Is there even a chance that when we ask, we won't be questioned back? Or that we won't get slapping from our parents? Or that our answers are 'talk backs' to them? I find these questions quite reasonable to ask now a days, despite knowing that i will get scolded for teaching the wrong stuff to people. I am, old enough to ask now, right? Or do i still need to go through more 'parental guidance' before asking? And how are we rude when we're trying to answer questions? Does that mean when we answer, we're already consider as a rude person? WOW~ Now I think I might not even get any comments from this blog, because if you answer my questions, you're rude.
*Sweat"'*


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To be continued~

5 comments:

Anonymous said...

1. Have you ever wonder why you're born into this world?

feels like a lesson for me. something that everyone has to go through to understand more about life itself.

2. Have you ever wonder why you're born in this family, country, home... life?

nope. i did think about it when i'm young but now, i just realise that i'm right where i want to be. guess going to UK makes a difference.

3. Have you ever wonder why things has to be so deadly and serious when you're growing up?

it's the responsibility each of us needs to shoulder when we're growing. the priority will be higher than we've had as kids.

4. Have you ever wonder why things keeps going wrong in your life when you're growing up?

things goes wrong but then again, there's lots of right things happening as well. but i guess it depends on the definition of right and wrong for each individual also.

5. Have you ever wonder why whatever you're doing is wrong?

yes of course i do. as long as i have the right to voice it out i wouldn't mind. if i'm really at wrong then i'll try to learn. if not, i'll be really rebellious.


just don't give up and be strong k. look up all the time and hopefully things will be better. hugs. if there's anything you can't overcome there's always friends around who wouldn't mind helping out or even listen to your troubles.

hugs! you're already strong by yourself. i'm glad you wrote it all out. take care k! muaks! i love you!

-a.chen

CarAndu said...

Thank you Bibi~! :) I have you and all that I know by my side, I am stronger.

Thank you all. *hugs*

Just thought of voicing out since my dad 'reminded' me about it.

Feel free to comment. Would love fresh opinions. :D

Jaime said...

1. Have you ever wonder why you're born into this world?

I personally have never wondered why God had put me in this world. I never doubted his decisions, although I had to learn it the hard way, but if I were to give a reason to my life is that I’m a blessing to my folks and family, some blessing I turned out to be. In my life so far, I’ve only been a mess of things to everyone, folks, family, friends, you name them and I’ll tell you every way I’ve shot them down, but sometimes people call me a dear, a saint, a hero, an angel, believe me, I’ve heard them all. I think none of those will ever matter if I never feel like one because this always brings me back to how I feel like I’ve cursed everyone who I have crossed paths with. Recently, things seem to have changed for the better, I’m living a better life and I’m trying to help ease other’s burdens with whatever I can do. Trying to do the best I can to be a blessing to others just like others are to me.


2. Have you ever wonder why you're born in this family, country, home... life?

It doesn’t really matter where you are actually. As long as you make your believes a living. Life is always meaningful no matter how down in the slums you are. When I was younger I had a friend who had to migrate to Australia, he was my best friend. I looked up to him at every angle, he play tons of musical instruments, coolest kid in town, always at my side when I need him. We used to sneak to the back of the church to have a smoke after Sunday School, not a very good secret to share. I remember that there was one time when we were broke and he only has one last cigarette, he insisted on sharing it no matter what even we both know that the few puffs made will never be enough to satisfy our addictions. Shortly after that, the day came for him to migrate. We tried to keep in touch but couldn’t since we couldn’t work out the time difference between Malaysia and Australia, stupid fellas we were. A few years later, I heard that he died in a car crash during my convocation in college, we’ve made plans and were following up to them, I was suppose to migrate and start a life there after graduating, we were supposed to be partners in the automotive line and take over the world. Sadly, he had to leave further away. I used to light two cigarettes every time I smoked, one to ease my addiction and the other in remembrance. He changed the way I should think about life. I learned that no matter where you are, you shouldn’t give up on your dreams. I’m sure he would tell me to go on with our plans and even with another partner on the team and till today, I’m still working on that goal. I don’t care where I am, or which family I’m born into and which home I’m bred in, as long as I know what I want in life, what I will do with my life, I’ll be happy and work towards it and if all else fails, I’ll definitely die trying.

To be continued. . .

Jaime said...

3. Have you ever wondered why things had to be so deadly and serious when you're growing up?

No, it seems that I’ve never wondered why things are so serious in life. I suppose that its part and parcel of life, unavoidable sadly but crucial, but still there should be an equal balance of seriousness and leisure in life. I believe that you’ll have to be serious about the things you want in life, although I make it look like I don’t give a damn about being serious at all. Sure, I joke around a lot and I never seem to care about what others think about me, but I know that it’ll hit them hard in the end for thinking otherwise. First impression has always been plain nonsense, for those who tend to look into first impressions, I beg of you to deter your way of life, this is no way for anyone to live at all, don’t be an idiot. Back to why things should be taken seriously.

4. Have you ever wondered why things keep going wrong in your life when you're growing up?

A book and a friend told me that life is not fair, life isn’t fair at all. I can’t agree any less. I’ve seen my fair shares of downfalls, but I can’t disagree that life doesn’t get better. Sometimes, some things never change, but there is always a chance that things will get better. Stop, look around and see that things aren’t as bad as it can be. When you’re ready to give up and your heart’s about to break, remember that you’re perfect, God makes no mistakes. You just have to learn from your mistakes and try not to make them again.

5. Have you ever wonder why whatever you're doing is wrong?

Yes, I have, and sometimes, it tears me inside to admit that I am wrong, but I believe that giving up is worst than doing something wrong and not correcting the fault.

To be continued

Jaime said...

1. Whatever happened to guidance and teachings and hopes that you were told of?

I’ve been brought up with a lot of guidance which I have often neglected because I never really listen to anyone. I have only been rebellious of what other people can say but never did what is wrong. I am not always right because I react on my own impulses and teachings always ask us to love one another, I’ll just do what I can and make the best of it. I have never been given hope, I tend to give myself false hope but that is normally but yet unfortunately, the only thing which keeps me striving on.

2. What happened to the world of learning and teaching?

The world of learning and teaching hasn’t changed, this is what I believe. There weren’t any schools for musicians back in the days of Beethoven or schools for engineers for Benjamin Franklin. People will still in the end teach and learn by themselves. We can only pass on our believes, wisdom, knowledge and spirit to the younger generations. It is up to those who choose to pick them up and improve themselves and the teachings to the next level to make things better for their lives. It is a never ending cycle of passing on and on and on and on.

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