Wednesday, 19 December 2007

My Stint at my first job

Working in a Hospitality industry at the moment and it seemed appealing  from the outward outlook at first but recently, it's been tedious for me. The challenges are in loads. I have to sacrifice my sleep and to say I hate waking up early is an understatement and I have to work on weekends (Sundays which is a church day),  most important is smartness especially customer service, which is what I'm presently up to, but patience does it all for we live to grow, we grow to learn, we learn to sacrifice, we sacrifice to make life count....
I'm proud to be on the learning path and proud to be a Hilton team member.

Friday, 7 December 2007

what a world

What a World this is........

A complicated world!

A world tearing apart!

Most youths are subject to negative inclinations

Moral virtues are the most unpopular issues

Derogative news are versicles:

War, Rape, Drugs, Racial dicrimination, a list that won't end

Violence bequeaths the globe.



Leaders do preach peace,

they don't live peace.

They move every inch, clothed with guards

Also over-protective 'cos of the unsafe globe



Religious folks rant exaggerated homonyms

chants that swell up thier pockets

Abuses that causes chaos with other religions

Leaving no legacy for the followers of the so-called truth



Quarrelsome parents teaching kids how to love,

What does it amount to without living the same?

The poor are left helpless at street-sides

While all rush to accomplish daily routines

and be happier, though others sink deeper



A supposedly simple world ,

where songs end, memories fade,

valuables are forgotten, all things come to an end

A world that should be beautiful for simplicity

But taken so complicated, thus getting crazier

It's a world of agonies we live in

Yet we think we are happy

How foolish is mankind, not to understand Happiness?

Our thinking is but infinitesimal

Its a crazy world we live in!

(C) Kennisblegad 2007

Tuesday, 1 May 2007

There's a link to success

Drive a nail aright
Hit it on the head
Strike with all your might
When the iron is Red

If u have work to do
Do it with a will
For those who reach the top
First must have climbed the hill

Looking at the top
Gazing at the sky
How can u get there
If u never try?

Though u may stumble at first
Please never be downcast
Try and try again
u will succeeed at last.

Thursday, 26 April 2007

FRIENDZ

OH! What a day!

u are happy when u know u are somewhat remembered
got compliments for ma belated birthday
a cake and gifts from ma friends
and quite a surprise.
I was stunned
but happy anyways.
its meaningful when ur friends let u know they're there.

Saturday, 21 April 2007

IRONY OF LIFE

i've been quite busy all the while.
i remembered my blog 2day
Well maybe bcos its my birthday
so, yeah.. birthdays, one of those ironical events when a man grows older and probably gets happy when he remembers.
Even at difficult times, there could still be that sting of joy. Just wonder why he gets happy, and even at some remarkable ones that mark important years in his live, he throws parties or take his folks out for a treat. aha Celebrating?
Why is he really so happy?.
A man's Birthday is just is just another day closer for him becoming mortal. A man grows older, he gets closer to his grave, yet he is filled with so much joy that he may even celebrate his seeming mortality. What an irony!
Does it mean we are here to always want to go back to where we came from?

Anyways, im Thankful for Life, im thinking when i die, i dunno, maybe i would styl like d life I am living now
im thankful for my wonderful family
Im thanful for friendship
Im thankful to God for salvation.
Thanks for all the calls and messages, from midnite till dawn! ugh....
Birthdays don't really count a bit, people make it do

Thursday, 19 April 2007

value each moment

To realise the value of one year, ask a student who failed his final high school exams.

To realise the value of one month, ask a mother who gave birth to a premature baby.

To realise the value of one week, ask an editor of a weekly magazine.

To realise the value of one day, ask a daily labourer who has a family of six to feed.

To realise the value of one hour, ask the lovers who are waiting to meet.

To realise the value of one minute, ask a business man who missed a flight.

To realise the value of one second, ask an accident survivor.

To realise the value of a mili-second, ask an athlete who won a silver medal in the relay race of the olympics.

Value each moment.