Thursday, January 29, 2009

风雨无阻 - 周华健

给你我的全部
你是我今生唯一的赌注
只留下一段岁月
让我无怨无悔
全心的付出
怕你忧伤怕你哭
怕你孤单怕你糊涂
红尘千山万里路
我可以朝朝暮暮
给你一条我的路
你是我一生不停的脚步
让我走出一片天空
让你尽情飞舞
放心的追逐
爱是漫长的旅途
梦有快乐梦有痛苦
悲欢离合人间路
我可以缝缝补补
提着昨日种种千辛万苦
向明天换一些美满和幸福
爱你够不够多
对你够不够好
可以要求不要不在乎
不愿让你看见我的伤处
是曾经无悔的 风雨无阻 
拥有够不够多
梦得够不够好
可以追求
不认输
给你一条我的路
你是我一生不停的脚步
让我走出一片天空
让你尽情飞舞
放心的追逐
爱是漫长的旅途
梦有快乐梦有痛苦
悲欢离合人间路
我可以缝缝补补
提着昨日种种千辛万苦
向明天换一些美满和幸福
爱你够不够多
对你够不够好
可以要求不要不在乎
不愿让你看见我的伤处
是曾经无悔的 风雨无阻 
拥有够不够多
梦得够不够好
可以追求
不认输
提着昨日种种千辛万苦
向明天换一些美满和幸福
爱你够不够多
对你够不够好
可以要求不要不在乎
不愿让你看见我的伤处
是曾经无悔的 风雨无阻 
拥有够不够多
梦得够不够好
可以追求
不认输


这是周华健的“风雨无阻”,我非常喜欢的一首歌。每一次听到都会有所感触,很有扣人心弦的感觉。愿天下的有情人,都能风雨无阻, 无怨无悔地渡过幸福美满的一生。祝福你们!

道德

超级不爽那些没有道德观念的人。。。虽然说道德观念是很个人及客观的问题,但基本道德应该需要有吧?。。。无可否认, 每个人的生活背景都大不相同,不能拥有相同的道德观念, 但是以孝亲敬老,尊师重道这八个字而言, 没有了这些,还有道德可言吗?现今社会,许多人都会以自我为中心,可有为他人想想啊???他们总会有种种的理由来解释,以借口来掩饰,来推唐,超不负责任的。就像是被剥了皮的洋葱,陋习一层层的呈现眼前,表露无疑。。。醒醒吧。。。!!!


Friday, January 23, 2009

Thursday, January 22, 2009

Embrace Imperfection

The Secret to a Lasting Marriage: Embrace Imperfection
Deb Graham -
Contributor


When I was a little girl, my mom liked to make breakfast food for dinner
every now and then. And I remember one night in particular when she had
made breakfast after a long, hard day at work.

On that evening so long ago, my mom placed a plate of eggs, sausage, and
extremely burned toast in front of my dad. I remember waiting to see if
anyone noticed! Yet all my dad did was reach for his toast, smile at my
mom, and ask me how my day was at school.

I don't remember what I told him that night, but I do remember watching
him smear butter and jelly on that toast and eat every bite! When I got
up from the table that evening, I remember hearing my mom apologize to
my dad for burning the toast. And I'll never forget what he said: "Baby,
I love burned toast."

Later that night, I went to kiss Daddy good night and I asked him if he
really liked his toast burned. He wrapped me in his arms and said,
"Debbie, your momma put in a hard day at work today and she's real
tired. And besides-a little burnt toast never hurt anyone!"

In bed that night, I thought about that scene at dinner and the kindness
my daddy showed my mom. To this day, it's a cherished memory from my
childhood that I'll never forget. And it's one that came to mind just
recently when Jack and I sat down to eat dinner.

I had arrived home late as usual and decided we would have breakfast
food for dinner. Some things never change, I suppose!

To my amazement, I found the ingredients I needed, and quickly began to
cook eggs, turkey sausage, and buttered toast. Thinking I had things
under control, I glanced through the mail for the day. It was only a
few minutes later that I remembered that I had forgotten to take the
toast out of the oven!

Now, had it been any other day -- and had we had more than two pieces of
bread in the entire house -- I would have started all over. But it had
been one of those days and I had just used up the last two pieces of
bread. So burnt toast it was!

As I set the plate down in front of Jack, I waited for a comment about
the toast. But all I got was a "Thank you!" I watched as he ate bite by
bite, all the time waiting for some comment about the toast. But
instead, all Jack said was, "Babe, this is great. Thanks for cooking
tonight. I know you had a hard day."

As I took a bite of my charred toast that night, I thought about my mom
and dad how burnt toast hadn't been a deal-breaker for them. And I
quietly thanked God for giving me a marriage where burnt toast wasn't a
deal-breaker either!

You know, life is full of imperfect things and imperfect people. I'm not
the best housekeeper or cook. And you might be surprised to find out
that Jack isn't the perfect husband! He likes to play his music too
loud, he will always find a way to avoid yard work, and he watches far
too many sports. Believe it or not, watching " Golf Academy " is not my
idea of a great night at home!

But somehow in the past 37 years Jack and I have learned to accept the
imperfections in each other. Over time, we have stopped trying to make
each other in our own mold and have learned to celebrate our
differences. You might say that we've learned to love each other for
who we really are!

For example, I like to take my time, I'm a perfectionist, and I'm
even-tempered. I tend to work too much and sleep too little. Jack, on
the other hand, is disciplined, studious, an early riser, and is a
marketer's dream consumer. I count pennies and Jack could care less!
Where he is strong, I am weak, and vice versa.

And while you might say that Jack and I are opposites, we're also very
much alike. I can look at him and tell you what he's thinking. I can
predict his actions before he finalizes his plans. On the other hand, he
knows whether I'm troubled or not the moment I enter a room.

We share the same goals. We love the same things. And we are still best
friends. We've traveled through many valleys and enjoyed many
mountaintops.

And yet, at the same time, Jack and I must work every minute of every
day to make this thing called "marriage" work!

What I've learned over the years is that learning to accept each other's
faults - and choosing to celebrate each other's differences - is one
of the most important keys to creating a healthy, growing, and lasting
marriage relationship.

And that's my prayer for you today. That you will learn to take the
good, the bad, and the ugly parts of your married life and lay them at
the feet of GOD. Because in the end, He's the only One who will be able
to give you a marriage where burnt toast isn't a deal-breaker!

WALL STREET

If you have difficulty understanding the current world financial

situation, the following should help...

Once upon a time in a village in India, a man announced to the

villagers that he would buy monkeys for $10.

The villagers seeing there were many monkeys around, went out

to the forest and started catching them.

The man bought thousands at $10, but, asthe supply started to

diminish, the villagers stopped their efforts. The man further

announced that he would now buy at $20. This renewed the

efforts of the villagers and they started catching monkeys again.

Soon the supply diminished even further and people started

going back to their farms. The offer rate increased to $25 and

the supply of monkeys became so little that it was an effort to

even see a monkey, let alone catch it!

The man now announced that he would buy monkeys at $50! 

However, since he had to go to the city on some business, his

assistant would now act as buyer, on his behalf.

In the absence of the man, the assistant told the villagers: 'Look

at all these monkeys in the big cage that the man has collected. I

will sell them to you at $35 and when he returns from the city,

you can sell them back to him for $50.'

The villagers squeezed together their savings and bought all the
monkeys.

Then they never saw the man or his assistant again, only

monkeys everywhere!  Welcome to WALL STREET.

可爱的汉字

转载自Nancy的部落格:

网上流傳一些遊戲文章,模擬字形相近的中文字之間的對話,看完令人忍悛不禁:


「晶」對「品」
「你們家難道沒有裝修?」

 「夫」對「天」
「我總算盼到了出頭之日!」

「熊」對「能」
:「怎麼著窮成這樣啦?四個熊掌全賣了!」

「丙」對「兩」
:「你家什麼時候多了一個人,結婚了?」

」對「:「你我都一樣,一等殘廢軍人。」

「兵」對「丘」
:「兄弟,上地雷了吧,兩腿咋都沒了? 

「王」對「皇」
:「當皇上有什好處?你看,頭發都白了!」

「口」對「回」
:「親愛的,都懷孕這久了,也不一聲!」

「也」對「她」
「當老闆了?出門還帶秘書!」

「日」對「旦」
:「你什麼時候學會玩滑板了?」

「果」對「裸」
:「哥們兒,你穿上衣服還不如不穿!」

「由」對「甲」
:「你什麼時候學會倒立了?」

「巾」對「
:「戴上博士帽就身價百倍了!」(「」是「幣」的簡體)

「呂」對「昌」
「和你相比,我實在家徒四壁!」 

「扁」對「:「才敗選一次而已,就搞自閉?」

 你
漢字是不是很可愛! 

温室小花?

总是被情绪迁着鼻子走,难以抵抗。。。在温室里被宠爱得太久了吧?免疫能力大大的下降。往往对压力招驾不住。小小的雨点就把我打得摇摇欲坠,应接不暇了。暴风雨来临时会一蹶不振吗?是时候,也必须加强免疫能力了。人生还有漫漫长路,跌倒了要再爬起来,继续走。。。直到终点。

要学学小草的坚毅耐力。。。过个美满的人生。。。才不枉此行啊。。。!!!

大風起把頭搖一搖
風停了又挺直腰
大雨來彎著背讓雨澆
雨停了抬起頭站直腳
不怕風 不怕雨
立志要長高
小草實在是並不小……

Wednesday, January 21, 2009

佛光菜根谭

摘自星云大师的佛光菜根谭(二)

公婆的微笑, 是子孙的太阳;
儿女的音声, 是父母的音乐;
妻子的爱语, 是丈夫的和风;
丈夫的臂膀, 是全家的依靠。

平心静气, 心情自然好;
虚心谦下, 人缘自然好。

以诚感人, 人也报之以诚;
以德服人, 人也报之以德。

心胸宽大者能广, 心田宽大者能有;
心海宽大者能容, 心量宽大者能空。

一事不小心, 方寸大乱;
三句不对理, 必遭反驳;
十分不耐烦, 事业难成;
万事学吃亏, 万方来会。

面对苦恼时, 不要伤心流泪, 要以悲愤为力量;
面对委屈时, 不要叹息失望, 要以忍耐为担当;
面对诱惑时, 不要虚荣迷茫, 要以禅定为舟航;
面对荣耀时, 不要患得患失, 要以克制为良方。

凡事往好处想的人, 快乐满怀; 因为好心自然想好事;
凡事往坏处想的人, 痛苦不堪; 因为坏心自然想坏事。

能在心中寻找和平的人, 是最幸福的人;
能在众中发挥热力的人, 是最智慧的人。

春天, 不是季节, 而是内心;
生命, 不是躯体, 而是心性;
老人, 不是年龄, 而是心境;
人生, 不是岁月, 而是永恒。

一丝 “小小” 的微笑, 给人无限的欢喜;
一声 “小小” 的爱语, 给人无边的受用;
一件 “小小” 的善行, 给人无量的因缘;
一则 “小小” 的故事, 给人无尽的启示。

Tuesday, January 20, 2009

友谊万岁!!!


人长大了,成了家,立了室,总是为了各自的家庭而奔波忙碌。朋友之间的关系和友谊也渐行渐远渐无踪。所以。。。现在的我难得有这么一班好朋友,还有家乡的好朋友与旧日同窗,我会好好的珍惜我们的友谊。也希望在新年期间可以和大家叙叙旧,膝足而谈。

朋友们, 友谊万岁!!!

也祝贺大家新年快乐,身体健康,万事如意!!!


Monday, January 19, 2009

大地回春






欢迎大地回春
枝头儿朵朵花如景
原野层层草如茵
燕子归来寻旧巢                            
双双呢喃诉衷情
桃李正放 红白相映
碧碧水波多清风大地回春
柳暗花明 水绿山清
小鸟歌声唱不停
大地万象新 嘿
欢迎大地回春
蝴蝶儿翩翩舞倩影
蜜蜂儿嗡嗡采花粉
情侣漫步暖风里
一片春色动人情

好一首应景的新年歌啊! :-)

昨天回乡探望爸妈。。。家里好热闹噢。。。哥哥,嫂嫂,姐姐,姐夫都在忙着大扫除。因为大家的齐心合力,忙也忙的开心。。。稍后,帮忙妈妈炸虾饼,炸腰豆,哥哥也忙着挂春联。看着红通通的新年挂饰,心也开了。还有妈妈预先派发的红包。。。嘻嘻。。。

p/s: 家族第四代成员又增添了两位小可爱。。。四代同堂过个快乐年。。。:-)

大家一起快快乐乐的迎接新的一年吧。

   新年快乐。。。万事如意。。。 :-)


Saturday, January 17, 2009

凡凡烦???

凡人,烦人???。。。为什么会有那么多挥之不去的烦恼呢???
~~~是EQ问题吧。。。总会有转不出去的时侯。。。~~~
???什么也不想做。。。不想动。。。弃之不顾。。。到底想怎样了???

Thursday, January 15, 2009

心满了???

摘自报纸的一篇小故事:
话说有位高傲的学者, 因听闻南隐禅师之智而颇不以为然, 便找禅师比个高下。 禅师以礼相待并亲自倒茶, 只见茶满溢杯, 禅师仍继续倒茶。 学者惊呼:“水满了, 装不下了!”禅师笑答:“心满,再好的禅理也装不下。”

是否有所领悟???

Wednesday, January 14, 2009

无题

摸黑的按下了电话闹钟。。。再等五分钟。。。又响了。。。再按。。。
闭上眼睛再休息一会儿吧。。。心想。。。zzzzzz不得了。。。迟了!迟了!
从床上弹起来,匆匆洗刷,叫孩子起床,准备上学。
可怜的孩子们,每天得摸黑的带着惺忪的双眼去上课。。。还不到六点十五分咧。。。
可怜现在的孩子,小小的肩膀就得背负着那么重的担子,还有那比身体还重的书包。。。
放学后要做没完没了的功课,有些还得赶上补习班,才艺班,绘画班之类的。。。
小小心灵的包袱,叫人看了太沉重。。。

Tuesday, January 13, 2009

Pizza大餐

今天有点懒惰弄餐, 所以叫了一大堆的pizza...孩子放学回来看了哇哇大叫." 哇, 有pizza吃了!" 结果成了pizza午餐, pizza晚餐和第二天的pizza午餐...名符其实的pizza大餐...

新年来咯

开始听新年歌了,也开始感染到新年来临的气氛。  老公问:“要买汽水吗?” 好哇,要买花莎尼的橙水才有小时候的感觉。。。配上虾饼,米层,kiuh kapik,再加上老公小时候的口味 ~  鸡蛋糕加唐茶  ~~~~~~新年的感觉和味道就来了~~~~~~
~~~~~~ 新年快乐,健健康康,平平安安~~~~~~

Monday, January 12, 2009

邻居搬家了

今天,住了十几年的邻居终于搬家了。。。眼看着相熟的朋友们一个个的搬离去较远的地方,有点失落。。。祝福他们新居愉快,新年快乐。。。HAPPY NEW YEAR...

学脚车记

昨天很开心。一早和老公带着两个小瓜到公园学骑脚踏车。踏呀。。。踏呀。。。老二终于学会了。。。老大也快要上手了。。。加油。。。小瓜们。。。爹地妈咪支持你们。。。。。。HOORAY!!! (看到老二可以开始踩着脚踏转呀转的,眼眶也开始湿湿的,很感动。。。)

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