Tuesday, December 23, 2008
Monday, December 15, 2008
Friday, December 5, 2008
Wednesday, November 26, 2008
Just now, before Christmas our main concern is to buy presents for our families and friends. Gifts are wonderful if they come from our love and honest intentions.
However, the greatest gift is coming from our hearts.
LETTING PEOPLE KNOW YOU LOVE THEM!
It is easy to take our feelings for granted and to assume that the people we care for know how we feel about them. But while those we love are often cognizant of our feelings, saying "I love you" is a gift we should give to our loved ones whenever we can.
The three simple words - "I Love You" - can make a world of difference in someone's life, take a relationship to a new level, or reaffirm and strengthen a steady bond.
It can be difficult to express your love using words, particularly if you grew up around people that never expressed their affections verbally. But you never should be afraid to say it; it is important to share your feelings with those that matters to you. Love exists to be expressed, not withheld.
Saying, "I love you" is a gift of the heart sent directly via words to the heart of a recipient. Even though it may not always look that way, love from the heart is an offering that is always unconditional and given without strings attached.
That is the true essence of the gift "I LOVE YOU".
Wishing you a day filled with laughter, happiness and all the love your heart can hold.
Saturday, November 15, 2008
The winter may pass and the spring disappear, the spring disappear;
The summer too will vanish and then the year, and then the year.
But this I know for certain: you'll come back again, you'll come back again.
And even as I promised you'll find me waiting then, you'll find me waiting then.
God help you when wand'ring your way all alone, your way all alone.
God grant to you his strength as you'll kneel at his throne, as you'll kneel at his throne.
If you are in heaven now waiting for me, in heaven for me.
And we shall meet again love and never parted be, and never parted be!
With Thanksgiving Day approaching, I would like to dedicate this song to my dear husband, Len's memory, who departed this year February. Thank you for the 23 wonderful years!
This video was removed, please look up my May 17 2011 posting for the new video.
Tuesday, November 11, 2008
Friday, October 31, 2008
I guess, I feel a bit lonely and still awaiting for the little footsteps to approach excitedly at my door on this Eve of All Saints' Day...
These pictures were taken a long, long time ago, when the world was much younger, including myself. My little angels are almost all grown-ups now, and pursuing their own careers and lives. I am extremely proud of them, but in my heart they are still my babies.
Sunday, October 26, 2008
Monday, October 20, 2008
Today is the 52-nd Anniversary of the Hungarian Revolution. These pictures show the Memorial of the Freedom Fighters held in the Mac Arthur Park, Los Angeles, for the 50th Anniversary in 2006.
For five days bombs exploded and machine-guns were in action, spreading death. Budapest, torn by fate, was shedding blood and suffered for five days. But despite hundreds of deaths, the ideal of true patriotism and democracy were burning in every heart. The revolutionary people of Buda and Pest wanted a people's freedom without terror and without fear.
"October 23, 1956, is a day that will live forever in the annals of free men and nations. It was a day of courage, conscience and triumph. No other day since history began has shown more clearly the eternal unquenchability of man's desire to be free, whatever the odds against success, whatever the sacrifice required.
President John F. Kennedy, on the first anniversary of the Hungarian Revolution.
Thursday, October 16, 2008
Today one of the player was telling me about Paul Potts, amateur opera singer from South Wales. I was trying to post his video from YouTube here, but wouldn't take. Anybody has a suggestion how to do it?
Thursday, October 9, 2008
By 1956 I was picking up the pieces of my life after spending 26 months in a punitive restricted environment; I had met someone whose love and care was giving me the hope for a brighter future.