Prevention is better than cure

Prevention is better than cure
Mostly quoted idiom
Very few people mean it
Most people quote it so well
The fact is few people really care

Once the weaker ones
Speak out
Seeking help

The stronger ones
Put it down
Push it aside
Overlook it

Refuse to stretch out
Their hearts, feet and hands
Forget the idiom
Prevention is better than cure

As the weaker ones
Welling tears dry up
Tired of speaking
Hitting the head against the wall

Until a truly caring person
Willingly stretch out help to the weak
Who attempt to stand up again
The weak faces all disadvantages

Needing the Saviour’s intervention
Who gives many opportunities
Through the people who truly reach out
To the weak to stand up

Inspiration On: Tuesday, 23 August 2016

Lately, I am pissed off with someone who quotes, “prevention is better than cure”. However, when someone is slightly sick, he/she is being chided for making noise. Therefore, I feel the person who speaks it out is contradicting. Wish you all have good days and thank you.

Being Neutral

Taking the opportunities
Pointing out
Good and wrong behaviours
In my parents
When both are pointing at each other

Let both of them
Wake to their senses
Heavenly Father, wake them to their senses
Enable them to be more cooperative
Being partial and neutral

Inspiration On: Monday, 15 February 2016

I’m thankful for my mum to care Huey. I disagree for her being uncooperative when I am teaching my son. She’s getting too much until my son is so spoilt. Until I lose my temper to her to stop causing me angry. Lord, I’m so tired of her being so stubborn. I feel like leaving the house. Care to make her happy. In the end, I am miserable. When my dad speaks of her negativeness for being uncooperative, I take the opportunity to speak her wrong and dad’s right behaviour. At the same time, I also point out my dad’s wrong and my mum’s right behaviour to let my son observe how to cook. So that he can cook for his wife and children.

Wish you all have good days and thank you.

Open Doors

Out of sudden
Open doors
Doors of opportunities
Are laid out
At my sight

Feeling lost
Analyse every door
Lost in confusion
Fear creeps in
Pray to the Lord
Seeking His guidance

All door close
Except one door
Glistening lights
Beaming out gradually
Out of that door
A pointing hand points into
That glistening door
Leading my path

A path I will be going
Without knowing this path
With my Lord’s protection and care
His rod and staff comfort me

Inspiration On: Tuesday, 16 July 2013 at 3:34am to 4:01am

As I was thinking of my career path, the first stanza’s image appeared in my mind. There have been so many companies are looking for a full-time employee. When I apply for another position according to my interest, fear crept in of many job confirmation replies. Later on, there was a notion to apply job and leave the rest to God. So I sent my resume to a few companies.