Thursday, January 30, 2014
KUNG HEI FAT CHOY 2014! It's the auspicious YEAR of the HORSE.
HOPEFULLY a BUMPER HARVEST This Year.
This is NICO
DOGS are forever FAITHFUL. I know because I have five of them.
They don’t betray your TRUST as Sunshine Friends often do.
This is TUK TUK and NICO …. Let them both do the Talking …
I read this Online Teaser: “the more I see of human, the better I like dogs.”
Wishing you all the Best for achieving MONEY Aplenty …
Wishing you all the glorious LUCK in Abundance.
Whichever RELIGION or CREED you belong to,
remember this: all MEN ARE BROTHERS.
Hail the HORSE!
It’s just galloping around the corner, waiting to get in.
2013 had not been such a bumper year as the whole world is still rocking from the reeling.
Political disgruntlement, dipping economies, rocketing inflation, natural disasters and global poverty have all sported different parallels, and still remain as unresolved issues.
We must have read somewhere that we should be celebrating endings, bitter or sweet.
Endings herald new beginnings.
Smart guru CARL BARD has the last word:
”Though no one can go back to make a decent new start, anyone can begin now and establish a brand new ending.”
Lamenting over lost opportunities?
Yeah, when one door closes, another new door opens if we exercise enough foresight and work harder.
But act fast and do not allow indecisiveness to override you behind that closed door.
Then you’ll miss the new ones that are waiting for you.
LIFE IS LIKE THIS.
You win some, lose some.
Essentially the quality of your choice will determine the quality of your life.
Here’s a CHINESE NEW YEAR Music Video produced by Singapore Mediacorp.
It’s specially chosen from a myriad of others from both sides of the Causeway.
The traditional oldie hit is to keep your festive spirit soaring.
Usher in the HORSE.
Tomorrow can be a better day.
Old friends will connect.
Old flames will re-ignite.
Everyone will rediscover just how much fun you can pack into one heart-warming reunion.
Here’s a Happy KONG HEI FAT CHOY Song of Cheer.
REALLY KOOL, right?
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CHINESE YEAR OF THE HORSE 2014
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