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The Butterfly Effect Project


I came across this site by chance while browsing my widgets and I signed-in to join. Please check this out and be part of this simple act that will eventually make a history…

Hmmmp… same title with that of my blog site… interesting…

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I will add this task in my 101 in 1001….

Five People You Meet in Heaven


Five People You Meet in Heaven, another touching, enlightening book by Mitch Albom, author of “Tuesdays with Morrie.” The story begins with the death of Eddie at age 83 at a freak accident in an amusement park on which he is the “maintenance man.” The death it seems is just a beginning. Eddie met 5 people and learned 5 lessons of “whys” about the life he lived. These “whys” I believe are our questions too. It echoes our thoughts and wondering. The story also makes us imagine heaven and realize how we can “create” our own heaven. There and here.

Lesson 1:
“Fairness does not govern life and death. If it did, no good person would ever die young.”
The human spirit knows, deep down, that all lives intersects. That death doesn’t just take someone, it misses someone else, and in the small distance between being taken and being missed, lives changed.”
“What good came from your death?” Eddie asked the Blue Man. “You lived” he answered.
“Strangers are just family you have yet to come to know.”

Lesson 2
“Sacrifice. You made one. I made one.” said the Captain. “Sacrifice is a part of life. It’s supposed to be. It’s not something to regret. It’s something to aspire to…. A mother works so her son can go to school. A daughter who moves home to take care of her sick father…. A man goes to war…”
“Sometimes when you sacrifice something precious, you’re not really losing it. You’re just passing it on to someone else.”

Lesson 3
“Holding anger is a poison. It eats you from inside. We think that hating is a weapon that attacks the person who harmed us. But hated is a curved blade. And the hard we do, we do to ourselves.”
“Do you remember the lightness you felt when you arrived in heaven?” Ruby asked. “That’s because no one is born with anger. And when we die our soul is freed form it. Forgive.”

Lesson 4:
“Life has to end, Love doesn’t.” (Marguerite)
“Lost love is still love, Eddie. It just takes a different form, that’s all…Memory. Memory becomes your partner. You nurture it. You hold it. You dance with it.”

Lesson 5:
“Children, you keep them safe. You make good for me” (Tala)
“Is where you were supposed to be…”

In the end, it is all like “butterfly effect”… that we do and affect things and people…every minute of our life. So with that in mind, we must make everything and every moment worthwhile…

“Each affects the other and the other affects the next; and the world is full of stories, but the stories are all one.”



Today I commit myself to volunteer in organizing our High School Batch reunion! Why Not! I know it will need a quite too much attention and time, but I know this will “reap” a lot of fun, memories, challenges and most of all rekindling of friendship! In this one lifetime, probably one of the most memorable milestones in our lives (aside from giving birth, wedding…) is the reunion! So, I want to be a part of this!

Picture Moment #12: FB’ing lately!


Been curious about FB as my friends and colleagues talked about it, that I tried to look around myself. I am happy to find old friends and childhood buddies. It’s really nice having to look at their pictures and profiles and reflect what they became after all these years. Parallel lives happened, and it made me realize (again), that I could be here and there or that I might have became this and that. Funny (and mysteriously…), the possibilities are endless (aka, butterfly effect…), but we are here and we became what we are now by choices we took and decisions we made. Reflectively, there is no regrets but rather lots of appreciation to blessings. These friends of mine (I found in FB and everywhere else) have the same share of fun, laughs, blessings, struggles, issues, opportunities in life, but I’m sure in different level and appreciation. And I am happy for all of them!
Live, Laugh, Love to the Fullest!, That’s what matter!