Life quotes taken from my favorite Indian restaurant (Tetra House of Briyani). These are the last one, though I hope there will be more. They’ve been invaluable. You can check out Essence of Sri Bhagavad Gita (Song of God) and Law of Life also. All these are truly amazing pieces that teaches you about life.
You become what you think.
Be what you want.
To be not what other want to see.
The way dad pronounce macaron. Not always. Just once. This unintentional joke were enough to bring the house down & send me rolling on the floor.
Besides the wonderful Song of God; Essence of Sri Bhagavad Gita I saw at Tetra House of Briyani… these are another batch of wonderful life lessons.
Law of Life
Leave everything else to GOD.
I’m in the midst of painting my bedroom and work room before Chinese New Year come. Mom’s nagging was the reason. Haha The last time I had my rooms painted were way back in secondary school days which was more than a decade ago.
It took me and sis (yup just the two of us) 3 days (2 weekends) to finished painting our bedroom.
Day 1 – patch up holes and cracks + paint ceiling (2 coats)
Day 2 – paint ceiling (3rd coats) + paint 2 walls (2 coats)
Day 3 – paint remaining 2 walls (2 coats)
Our muscles aches like crazily on day 1 and the next day. It reminds me of the days when I was really sick. Luckily we felt okay for the rest of the painting days. Guess our muscles have toughen up.
I will always remember X day in the month of September 2012 for the rest of my life for it’s the day I got fcuked by a friend of over 2 decades!!! Not physically mind you, but mentally.
Here’s my story…
Ring… ring… I picked up the phone.
It was X calling who wanted to invite me to a business seminar exclusively for partners only. When I asked her what kind of business she said “It’s hard to talk in the phone”. I thought since I’ve miss some of our recent gatherings I’ll give it a go to meet her besides I’m interested to see what it’s about as it sounded interesting. No? I think you would too.
It was fate that place me on a table right opposite the counter of Tetra House of Briyani. Was waiting for my briyani rice order when I chanced upon something interesting at the counter’s wall. Hanging at the wall is a scripture by the name Essence of Sri Bhagavad Gita. It was one of the most beautiful read in my life. I had goosebumps all over while going through it. Some of the sentences sounded familiar as if I’ve read it somewhere before. Buddhism and Eckhart Tolle came to mind immediately.
Today I’m going to share the Song of God with you all…