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turning point

Posted in Random! by Aggy on July 6, 2009

I’ve to admit, I will really miss many things here… especially people… when I leave Singapore.

I did a facebook quiz (you know, the results of others posted on your home wall and you do it as well) and can relate to this result. One of the times when I really thought about a quiz result.

Who is your guardian angel?

Ariel means “lion of God” and is often associated with lions. When Ariel is near you, you may begin seeing references to or visions of lions around you. (err… okay)

Ariel is also associated with the wind. (I like the wind :)) Ariel works closely in conducting manifestation, spirit releasement and Divine magic. Ariel also oversees the sprites, the nature Angels associated with water. Ariel is involved with healing and protecting nature, including animals, fish and birds. If you find an injured bird or other wild animal that needs healing, call upon Ariel for help. Ariel also works closely with Raphael to heal animals in need.

Archangel Ariel is known as the Angel of Healing and New Beginnings. (sounds cool) Ariel shows you how to feel and see the energy of life. (that’s nice) Makes you more sensitive for unseen, nature spirists, elves, laws of nature.

He brings to you the message that you have to learn to let things go when they are not working good for you anymore. Destruction of things that are toxic and overwhelming for you.

(this is the part which I can really learn and relate to) End is a natural thing, every end is a new beginning. Nothing new cannot start without letting the old go. Its The Wind of Change.

I enjoy changes… can’t stand a mundane life. At some point in your life, I’m sure you’ve thought about death. To me, death is just like what the quiz result has pointed out… every end is a new beginning. Perhaps I’m religious when it concerns death but I believe in eternal life, that is going to heaven to join God in his paradise after you leave your physical temple.

But as I’m living, I’m still struggling with letting things go. When I was 16, I experienced the biggest failure of my life (to date)… not doing well in my studies (hence not studying what I wanted) because I gave up and did not try hard enough. It was the lowest point in my life and I was kind of depressed for a few months, on and off. Certainly not in my character to be depressed. I’m sure others had experienced worse things but that’s mine. I’ve not had my heart broken before so I don’t know what it’s like. When my turn comes I’m sure I will feel that it’s just part of life. An optimist’s look at it is that hey, at least you’ve experienced heartache once in your life than never!

I guess that ‘failure’ made me more determined in life to do what I really want to do and work for it… for dreams are not impossible though they must be realistic to some degree. It is through life experiences that we learn and realise things… then we become wiser because we know more.

It is not easy for me but I must learn

to let go……

Moving on is easy! :P


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  1. Charlyn said, on August 23, 2009 at 3:45 pm

    Very optimistic! Way to go..

    -Chi Ying here (:

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