Friday, 5 September 2008

Sunset over RMAF Base



I was driving home from Subang 2 after rehearsal for Dharma Tunes launch as the sun set over the horizon. The bright ball of fire was so tempting and the whole sky was ablaze in orange. I just couldn't help but decided to pull over by the roadside to capture the spectacular sky. As there were construction taking place along the road, it took me quite awhile before I found a suitable site to pull over. By then, the sun almost hit the horizon.

I am glad that I noticed the sunset. Sometimes as we rush through lives, we forget the simple beautiful things around us.These may be things that we passed by everyday, yet we don't notice them. Why not slow down occasionally and enjoy the beautiful things around us! Be grateful of what we have. And thank the Higher Being for the blessings that came upon us.

Happy Sky Watch Friday to all! Wish you a lovely weekend ahead.
Please visit Sky Watch Portal hosted by Old Tom Wigley to view skies around the world.
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Here's a beautiful video that I would like to share with all of you. It's created by a dear friend of ours, Mable, who is now based in Melbourne. Mabel and her friend, Joey, has started a website called Brainsworks Central. What is Brainsworks Central all about, you may ask?

According to its website, Brainworks Central is truly a website to serve. It is to serve, to see you grow to live a fulfilling, satisfying and happy life. We give you, not money, but the tools and wisdom from many intelligent sources to be self-reliant and strong. This way, you will know that you are powerful being. The power is within you. Look within.

Here's the statement made by Mabel about what triggered her to pursue this journey:

I worked as a journalist for three years. They were remarkable years and I’d learned a great deal. I also almost never had time for myself, my family or my friends. Consequently, my relationships fell apart and when my mother fell ill, I had to stop and rethink my priorities in life. A wakeup call is often a blessing in disguise because Life is teaching us something very important.

I contemplated that Life is an incredibly valuable gift to us. And so much of it is wasted on junk - passionless jobs, bad relationships, unhealthy food, negative thinking. So, I decided that the next chapter of my life will be devoted to things that are essential in life - health, loving relationships, health, wisdom and just as importantly, financial freedom.

I believe, when we’ve made the choice to grow in good, healthy soil (i.e. the right mindset) good things will naturally flow towards us. It is our right to have all things that are good. We have been promised that in this life. We only need to recognize it and accept it graciously.

So first things first, are you in the right frame of positivity to accept abundance and prosperity? Are you stopped by limiting beliefs? Do you think you’re good enough? Do you love yourself? What can you do for you? I find all these questions are so important. They are the pillars to our growth.

And so, we’ll leave you here to contemplate on that and we hope that you will find most of your answers here. If not, please drop us a line and we’ll work on it immediately. Thank you and welcome, we honor your company on this humble website.

Infinite Love & Gratitude,
Mable Tan & Joey Boey

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5 comments:

magiceye said...

beautiful picture and what you say is very true...

Suzanne said...

This is a very beautiful photo. Happy SWF.

SandyCarlson said...

That photo is a stunner. Thanks!

evlahos said...

WHAT A A WONDERFUL SKY. EXCELLENT SWF

Catherine said...

Thats a gorgeous capture! Wow..stunning!
Cat

"Use your first smile, your first form of generosity, of love, of kindness—use it at home; start at home. And if there is something left over—if … your plate is just full of abundance of patience and goodness and smiles and joy, then by all means, you should go … and offer that to others. But we must begin at home." by Dr Robin Smith