Wednesday, 9 May 2012


Love your parents, as they loves you.

I came across with this picture and it inspires me to write, suddenly.

Many of us (or maybe just me) wonder what the feeling is, when you reached this world. 
Now, we only know “How” to live in this world. I’m always curious.

None of us can remember the every first moment when we came to this world because we are just tiny ones, closes our eyes until we first cried, that moment that every mother first delivers their babies. We just can’t recall back that important moment when we were born.

We never know how it is like when we were born.
We never know how we feel when we first pushed out from mother’s womb.
We never know... a lot of things when we first born, but only when our parents told us how.
But, the truth is, we want to know... “How?”

Maybe one day we will know how it is like and that time might be the time when we are the ones that make “Life”. When only a new baby is born and from there we know “how” it is like and what is the “feeling”. That is why, “Life” started from that single moment.

Parents are the ones who bring us to life. They have made us biologically.
Mothers are the ones that carries us about 9 months and every father are the ones that taking care of the mother and the baby in the womb. We do know it is hard to carry a baby in a tummy, everybody knows that but we do not really know the exact feeling when we are carried by our mother... until you tried it yourself.

I hope everyone do appreciate their lives, but not only realise it when it is too late. And I do believe that the single moment of a “Life” was born; it is a happiness and wonderful experience that you would cherish. And I believe every mother and father experienced it throughout the whole journey of bringing a “Life”. And it goes on and on... generation to generation.

Cherish every moment that you have with your parents. From there, you will understand the life that they want us to live in.

Happy Mother’s Day, Mommy and Happy Father’s Day, Daddy.

With all my love.


Richard Ling said...

when i was young. i was really rebellious.

when i have grown up. i realized it was so difficult to raise me this BIG.

i can't make it home for mother's day. perhaps i'll do it on father's day.

I miss my daddy and mummy.


Henry Tan said...

good! be grateful all the time! =D

Eunice said...

i feel so tiny and be loved after reading yr post..;P

Charmaine Pua Li Ping said...

Happy Mother's Day to all mothers!!
They've sacrificed so much for us and it's now time for us to repay them :)