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Wednesday, March 17, 2010
Cherish

To cherish someone... is this so difficult?



Apparently so... at least not until you have no more opportunity to do so.



Why do people learn that their loved ones are so important at the point when they no longer can show their appreciation?



Are death and separation the only way to make people realize?



Taking loved ones for granted is just too easy a task to perform. Thinking that they'll always be there for you is even more effortless....



My heart aches for the passing of a friend's father. The harsh reality of losing the one you've loved all your life... the sudden extraction of the one strong pillar of love and support... the one you'd wished you still have the time to give back, to return the love that was given to you without asking for anything in return.



I asked myself, if this was me... if I had someone close taken away from me overnight... without warning... really, I'd never have accepted this...



I hate to admit, but I do take for granted that my parents, my husband, my sons, will always be there... at least not until I die ahead of them...



Not one second in my life did I find time to cherish and celebrate our time together... nor did I tell them how much I appreciate their existence in my life... I'd rather indulge myself in that miserable past and making myself gaunt-looking and absurd.



I have forgotten how I ended up being so trivial and selfish...



I have forgotten to love and appreciate...



I have... in a way... lost the very one thing that make human relationship thrive... the food that feeds love...



To cherish.



She has no more time to tell her father how much she enjoys his company, how happy she is to see him carry her little newborn... how thankful she is to be her daughter...



You still do. Everyone of you. Be thankful the ones you love are still alive, and around you. Be appreciative of what they do, even if it might sometimes seem annoying... because one day, this might not be any longer... and you will regret you did not do enough to tell them you love them...



My friend has had plenty of opportunities to care; she is a good girl... but just not enough... she wanted more time... to give and provide... but it was not meant to be...



Life is so fragile.



Stumbling and falling along the journey of life suddenly seems more bearable...



At least I'm still alive. And I still have people who love me walk with me...



You have them too... walk out of that shadow; life is more than just that stumbling fall...



Life... is a miracle we have to learn to cherish.