I’m never scared of uncertainty but I’ve always been scared of not having a stand on something because I believe if you choose not to have an opinion, someone or a situation will definitely choose for you.
If I don’t say anything, it means my stand is to let whatever will be the outcome be the outcome. Having said that, my heart is very open to accept whatever the consequences of the outcome cause it was my decision.
One of my favourite “life lessons” from my dad is to never live life with regrets. You can definitely feel it, but you cannot dwell on it.
Why? Because at some point, you made a choice and you’ve chosen whatever it is that made you regretful of something. For sure, during that time, you thought it was the right choice and you chose it.
I miss you, Daddy.
They say it’ll be over. They say time will come.
They say we’ll meet again someday. So, I hope we can catch up!
It’s been 803 days, Daddy.
I miss you.
Dad’s energy was endless.
He’s the best example of living life to the fullest.
No regrets. Left us a legacy we’ll never forget as long as we live.
I’ve been talking about this small initiative of We Are Social Singapore for Father’s Day on Twitter but since I really love this project, I’m keeping its awesomeness here.
Basically, a Tumblr site was created to host those #Donttellmum moments that you share with your dad. So you can share via tumblr or on Twitter by tagging @happydadsday.
It was Daddy’s second death anniversary yesterday but it seems that it was just yesterday. I can still remember how he laughs, how he calls me, and how he nods whenever I consult him about my decision. Everything that I do, when he confirms, I’m 200% confident. Never mind the outcome, my dad says it doesn’t matter as long as you know you did the right thing and what makes you happy.
I got a few #Donttellmum moments with my dad but this one is so him.
Oh I hate that you’re not here on Sunday.
Share your Dad moments here: http://happydadsday.tumblr.com/
Don’t worry, there’s still tomorrow unless your case is terminal.
To be no.1, you got to be different. To be different, you got to be yourself.
Sometimes the smallest step in the right direction ends up being the biggest step in your life. Tip toe if you must, but take a step.