The Amazing 25

Sunday, March 29, 2015



"New Hair, New Age" - photo taken by: Ghina Tsabitah

It’s amazing, the moment when your words are coming back for you. I’m talking about the moment when someone comes to you and says, “You know what, what you said to me back then, it’s true, lalala”, when you actually don’t even remember that you said those things to that person. It’s amazing, the moment when you know that even your very little act of kindness is still remembered by someone else. I’m talking about the moment when someone comes to you and says, “I remember you did this to me back then, lalala, that affects me so much, you know, in a good way” when you actually don’t even remember that you did that thing to that person. It’s amazing, the moment you realize that even the smallest thing you say or do is meant a lot for someone else. I’m talking about the moment when someone comes to you and says, “At that time, when you said lalala to me, it meant a lot,” when you actually don’t even realize that when you said that, it could and would leave a deep meaning towards that person.
A moment like that, I’ve experienced it several times. And it always feels amazing. I think it’s Mark Twain, he said that there are two most important days in a human’s life; first is the day they were born, and second is the day they find out why they were born. For me personally, living is about searching the meaning of our lives itself. And the beauty of life lies in the process of people sharing their meanings. Because of the sharing, the ‘amazing moment’ that I’ve mentioned before could happen. And whenever I encounter the ‘amazing moment’, it’s like a reminder to me; to be more grateful, to live life to the fullest, to never stop sharing act and word of kindness. This blog, it’s one of my ways to share meanings with people; thoughts, through things that I love; music, movies, television programs, anything. This day marks the fourth of century I’ve been living as a human named Mashita Fandia. And there’s no bigger hope than to give better and better writings for you all, dear Readers. Let’s never stop sharing the meanings. Let’s make this silver age amazing.


P.S.: If you have any song or movie that you would like me to review, or just ask me anything, please never hesitate to email me at mashita.fandia@gmail.com I’m open for any suggestion.

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