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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Lent

How time flies. I first started abstinence during Lent way back in 1997. That was 17 years ago. It doesn’t get easier with time especially the first few days but I’ve passed that period already. I’ve given up meat, alcohol, chocolate and sex. However, I’m not going full vege mode this time around, as my diet includes fish to maintain my fitness levels after signing up for personal training last June. It’s that time of …

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