Thursday, July 10, 2014

Magical Moment. It rarely Happens


“Sometimes the things that are felt the most are expressed between two souls over the distance and over time...where no words abide. And others may speak freely, live with one another freely, express themselves freely– just like everyone else, but then there is you... you have no words for proof of reassurance, 
no tokens of professed love, but you have something. Something worth keeping.”
- Saint Paul Trois Chateaux: 1948

I think everyone would agree with this: There's no such thing as perfect moment but we can make every moment perfect. It's on how we deal with life that makes a difference.

When we are thinking with so many worries and nurturing lots of anxieties, life turns pretty bad, but when we dart our focus to rosy things in the environment and treat each day a special moment of magic everything will turn out awesomely great and beautiful. 

It pays off to be optimistic.

But there are times that the story of life never sounds as magical as fairytale. At times it appears as though an evil fairy godmother waved her magic wand with misfortune in our head that "waiting" for that special magical moment to take place seems like an eternal quest. And as days go by, we feel so disgusted and frustrated why we should wait longer before things happen. 

The longest period of time is waiting for something or someone we truly want.  It's not that we're extremely stubborn, but in life, in order to save our last breath for a beautiful moment to unfold, we should learn how to compromise with time even if it means "eternity".

But as we all know, life can be so generous,  sometimes it allows destiny and fate to collide and circumstances to make ways no matter how long it takes to show us that God has  a better plan more  wonderful than what we have thought.

Then things happen in a way we never expect. Magic overflows.  Moments become magnificent as if the world is at peace and clutter-free.

And there, time away, separated by space, across the miles and beyond borders, the voice rings like a soothing melody. Far from a distance, the color of the blue horizon magnifies hope, emotion reverberates magic, more splendid, more spectacular. Suddenly, you feel an instant connection. Then it lingers and the stars look like they’re closer and everything becomes magical.

Everyday, it feels like I see the seeds grow and I want to hold it in my palm and wait for some buds to appear and watch it bloom into beautiful flowers. There's a bright beam of sunlight that filters through the window of my soul that I suddenly smell sweet-scented roses everywhere.

That's a magical moment. And it rarely happens. And when it happens, I know it's genuine and eternal, beyond imagination. "Waiting" afterall, is a master plan designed by God.

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