Sunday, September 25


I have always believed on the cliche that things happened for a reason. It may not be apparent but eventually, it will be revealed. It could seem irrelevant when that thing happened but if put into perspective, it has its meaning. Such that things happen when you least expect it. We are in it.

We didn't plan much ahead. We've been contemplating but not on solid grounds and just in a snap of fingers, everything just fell into our midst. I am torn from being excited and apprehensive. This is a big step for us.

It also means, spending less on wants and save as much as possible on needs. I may resort to using pottery barn coupons. I don't really mind. I've been practicing on it. It's challenging and fun at the same time.



Vincent Steel said...

You are right when you say things happen for a reason.

According to Hindu mythology, each one is destined to live and endure various forms of hardships and also enjoy pleasures of life. Contrary to that, it also say that what do in this life determines your outcome in the next life. The one thing to look forward to is 'Moksha' where you attain a divine state of bliss. For example: Gautama Buddha.