The Idea of Karma

The idea of karma is that every human action has consequences, but it is not at all the claim that every human action is itself a consequence. So the idea of karma does not imply a fatalistic outlook on life, according to which one’s past deeds predetermine all one’s actions.

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Daniel Franklin – Angel at the Crossroads (2014)

I always love being inspired, and this time, I was inspired solely through a kiss that I wished had lasted for a lifetime. Nevertheless, that kiss gave birth to my latest composition: I saw an angel standing at the crossroads Her presence in my life is what I needed most I steal some kisses from her lips so luscious It’s paradise on earth with her sweet touches Hey, I’m on my way, she’s my comfort she’s …

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On a Twitter Run

Come look me up on Twitter, https://twitter.com/gallivanter. I’m finally embracing the use of that social media with regular quotes on life.

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The Color Run Kuala Lumpur Malaysia

At 7am 17 August 2014, there will be 13000 happy faces running a 5km fun run at Padang Merbok. Tickets are selling out fast so I highly recommend that you buy it after experiencing The Color Run Singapore and The Color Run Jakarta myself. A race presented by CIMB Bank, here are the video highlights from the other 2 races. https://www.facebook.com/TheColorRunMalaysia http://thecolorrun.my/ Tickets will be sold out in the next few days. Trust me. Sign …

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The Malignancy of Cancer

Cancer is a disease that begins when a single cell, among all the trillions in a human body, begins to grow out of control. Lymphomas, leukemias, malignant melanomas, sarcomas all begin with that microscopic accident, a mutation in one cell: omnis cellula e cellula e cellula. Cell growth is the secret of living, the source of our ability to build, adapt, repair ourselves; and cancer cells are rebels among our own cells that outrace the …

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Remnants

The past. It has played its customary personification in our evolution. All experiences, good or bad, recalibrates our consciousness and demeanour that individuate our disposition. I was engrossed in a dialogue with a close friend and how he’s been in a thematic quandary of relationships and I realized, although there may be resemblances in situations or personal character, I feel that we are also responsible in the breeding of homogeneity. Sometimes our past experiences influences the present and also we establish a preconceived inclination that it’ll affect the future simply of the alikeness from the …

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An Avalanche of Prayers

This morning’s mass didn’t have its accustomed adoration for me as I harrowed for concentration in the throes of its proceedings. I observed my mind in its own sojourn, headstrong into an avalanche of contemplation. As the readings dissipated through the doldrums of bewilderment, somehow I managed to muster an ounce of immersion to the homily about placing God first, then others then myself, in that order. I’m a miscreant of establishment when my earthly impressions has taken its preeminence over transcendental despondency. A natural …

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Days Like These

I strongly believe there’s only so many life’s punches a man can take before he succumbs to defeat. Never in my wildest dreams that I thought I’d be on both my knees trying to avoid a blow that could knock the sails right out of me. I’m caught in a flurry of juggling my career with personal matters a lot more now than ever. As much as career AKA money is important (and there’s a …

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