Among the people you’ve known for a long time, who is the person who’s changed the most over the years? Was the change for the better?
There is one friend I’ve known for a long time. We became friends from the day we met, she is very understanding, she’s one of those friends who’ll spend hours listening to you.She stays away from giving any advice. It’s not always possible to give the right one, I am not interested to get it from anyone unless I ask for it.
Over the years I’ve found her the same good friend, I haven’t seen much change in her. She is a devoted wife and mother, it hasn’t changed.
She has a few health issues, it’s not unlikely to have them if we don’t take care of ourselves. She loves company and too frequently she visits other friends for dinner.
Dinner invitations is a big thing in our culture, the foods prepared our usually very rich, then added to it is the time when it’s eaten. I watch TV where they advise us to stop eating after 7 pm this rule is never followed at our parties, eating rich food after 10 pm and going to bed shortly after is a big No according to Dr. Oz.
My friend and her husband love this food and they have it at least four times a week. This is why she has health issues. She is easy going and does not take life seriously when it comes to food.
She is very good- natured and I value her friendship.
What was it that drew you to your significant other? Their blue eyes? Their ginger countenance? Their smile?Their voice?
My significant other is someone whom I haven’t thought of taking apart bit by bit ,but the person as whole, for me he is one of those people who cares about me and thinks of my welfare.
He is charming well educated and handsome, he is a devoted husband and a caring father. I cannot expect anything more. In my language they say, ” you cannot find such a person even if you look all over with a bright lamp.”
Emblem of University of Political and Moral Science (now renamed as Thammasat University), as appeared in the Royal Gazette (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
At age seven,we were given a book,the title was ,’Moral Science’,a subject in our school. As we were too young, we definitely failed to understand what we were supposed to learn. There were questions and answers and every day a period was devoted to this subject. We had exams and it was important to get hundred percent. I memorized the questions along with the answers and scored hundred percent every time.
The song ‘Che serra serra’ seems to remind me that somewhere, there is a similarity. Going back to moral Science,there was a question : Can Man Be Perfectly Happy? The answer was, Man Can Be Happy To Some Extent But Cannot Attain Perfect Happiness. We were unaware we were learning a very important fact of life.
Cruel as life is, we cannot ignore this truth. I sometimes sense there is a discrepancy here. The degree of unhappiness differs from person to person.Some are happier than others and why is it so. Who can answer this, perhaps those who are closer to God by their deeds. I certainly fail to qualify.
Is this question debatable,what do you think?