Extreme Opposing Patterns

Judge others harshly
Lack of understanding
Overlook own mistakes
Extremely self-forgiving
Finding fault on others
Searching for scapegoats
Seeking control on others’ lives
Protecting own interest

Extremely forgiving others’ mistakes easily
Full of empathy and understanding
No excuse with own mistakes
Admit own faults
Beware of being the scapegoat
Be sensitive to manipulative spirits
Protect others’ interest
Seek the Lord’s intervention to stop being controlled

Circumstances and situations
May cause
Both extremes switch places
Thus the cycle continues

Maintain self-care purpose
In order to
Care others require
Recognise the higher power
Omnipotent God sees
Seeking my Lord and Saviour
To be the person whom the Lord wants

Inspiration On: Tuesday, 14 September 2016

It has been months I have been feeling miserable. My cell leader has been highlighting to me repetitively to learn to self care so that I can care others. I begin realise that it is my mistakes to let others enter into my boundaries. I refuse to let my patterns to continue and ask God for wisdom. Wish you all have good days and thank you.

Budding Idea

Budding idea sprouts
Growth disrupted
Greedy hearts and minds
Plucked out of its root
For their self-interests
For their own goals
Justifying their motives and actions with
Honey like words
Refusing to pay their dues

Inspiration On: Thursday, 20 March 2014 at 12:45pm
Inspiration Ends On: Monday, 21 April 2014 at 4:23am

The news of ideas being stolen is heartbreaking especially the artists’ life. Though the form of drawings can be protected by law, the idea can easily be stolen. Such respect for the idea generator is not given. Therefore, I likened it to a budding flower Wish you all have good days and thank you.

Toddler’s Visual Interest

Moving objects
Objects in different shapes
Interesting shapes
Interesting storyline
Visually captivating
Visually stunning

To still toddler.

Inspiration On: Sunday, 2 September 2012 at 10:28pm
Inspiration Ends On: Friday, 7 September 2012 at 9pm

Surprisingly, the animation “The Iron Giant” by Brad Bird captivated my 26 months toddler who took it from my computer table, requested to watch it, and finished the whole animation. It is an unbelievable sight and experience for me as a mother who accompanied him. He is someone who can not sit still for too long and will tend to shriek desperately when in front of television with my family members. Then jumps down onto the floor and moves around. So the above inspiration started with “Visually captivating, visually stunning.”