12 May 2009

Mother's Day - A Tribute for Mother

About Mother's job:
It's 24 hours job, NO pay, NO day off, SELDOM appreciated and IMPOSSIBLE to resign, but still proud be a mother.

Welcoming Mother's Day on these May, DO NOT put your mother to the Old people's home. Before you want to do that, HOLD ON! read this first!

So..., would you like to bring her back to her home-sweet-home for sharing the love, at least for these great moment. It's depend on you.

== Post Update 1 ==
Below, I quoted a part of comments from LaVonda R. Bailey in this post which I think is her call to us:

"... Women and children are always raped, killed and abused as a part of war and history proves this fact to be true. I have a problem with the government dropping bombs on women and children in Pakistan, because those are women who love and care for their children just like I do and it would be wrong for a country to drop bombs on my neighborhood and kill my children and we as women should believe and and work to stop war around the world so another women does not have to suffer the lost of love one or her home or security. WAKE UP AND UNDERSTAND WE ARE ALL INTERCONNECTED NO MATTER WHAT COUNTRY WE LIVE IN WE ALL LIVE ON THE PLANET EARTH!!"

I think the sad situation on there for Mother's Day.

== Post Update 2 ==
I am very impressed to the post on Jeanne blog entitled: Mother's Day For Infertile Patients. Truly this post gives a different sense, as said by Jeanne in comment:
" Mother's Day post dedicated to infertile patients and the serious emotional impact of Mother's Day on them..."

In these Mother's Day moment, it could be a few couples who you met was being struggle in some kind of battle and you never know when your sincere words by saying Happy Mother's Day have an impact on their heart. Another challenge for Mother's Day.

05 May 2009

Reflection From Hunger For Us

I found a video through Mel Avila Alarilla's blog. This video is truly very very touching and with humility I want to share with you, a tragedy for humanity.
See this film about the hunger and poverty brought by globalization: Chicken A La Carte, written, photographed and directed by Ferdinand Dimadura.

During life, do you ever felt hungry? How it feel? Did you stomach ache? A simple question for reflection! Maybe in your heart will say that I can only make this post and doubting to the real act. Well, I want to say that in the blogging world, here's what I can do and differ from what I have done in the real world, especially because I ever had experience where I only could eat once a day when young and living in a city far from family. Felt hungry and ashamed to request from parent because I have grown. That is my UNFORGETTABLE MEMORIES and never forget. So, now I am truly grateful to God with what I have, even God gives more to me, especially a loving wife and a cute baby.

Do not feel low-self with what you have now because there's still a lot of people under you. Conversely, there is still the sky above the sky. If you feel touched by this post, with humility please spread this video on your blog by your own writing.