Why Daring To Change. February 3, 2014Posted by @Karen_Fu in change, faith, human quality, life challenges, real power.
Tags: change, faith, hope, love, peace, Universal compassion
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Why Daring To Change in Chinese – a note to a friend, which I think it’s worth the share. Hopefully in the year of the Horse, we could come to terms to certain issues that aren’t hard to solve if we would just change ourselves even by the little everyday:
I was just flipping through the photos and saw a finger written piece of Chinese words that was written I had just bought my mobile device.
The lines aren’t fantastic but I enjoy using my finger to write them. Sending one off for your perusal.
I genuinely believe about universal compassion. It is a spirit that requires a two way traffic, a heartfelt sincerity to
promote such spirit of love to as far as possible and as long as possible, if not eternity. If everyone had a mind to do so,
the world would definitely be a simpler place sans the complicated troubles, this world would also have a true peace.
Those who believe in universal compassion, fraternity and love, love people and objects around them; bearing a generous heart and mind. People who such love are ones who truly blessed.
Even though when people may bully and harm, on the other end there will be gracious and gallantly kind people who would come to the rescue.
Unrefined Chinese characters on this page, but hopefully my Chinese will gradually improve to a greater height. No guts, no hope.
No hope, no success. True face of love is always capable of miracles. That is why I set up an English blog of my own.’ – @Karen_Fu
Quick wishes for the New Year of the Horse January 15, 2014Posted by @Karen_Fu in Chinese New Year, faith, human quality, Justice, life challenges, New Year, real power, Singapore.
Tags: equality, human justice, leadership, peace, society
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Although there are efforts to curb foreigners, I think we need to focus on curbing those who are creating trouble here. That distinction is far more important than just curbing any foreign nationals. Trouble such as ostracizing the locals via means of bullying. If we fail to do this, the social make up of this country will go into a very rough one which is currently in the process of negative change. Regaining ground for what we had — a fully integrated, national identity revived, cohesive and very kind society of many came to envy us. It is this essence that we are one of the safest countries to live in and the most peaceful and harmonious one. I hope in the year of the Horse we will gain hold and achieve this. No citizen will gain from social enclaves and an overtly materialistic society where money and status controls the righteous mind. Be sure that such negative social change will see us all in gradual doom with social breakdown between people for various kinds of positive relationships, like those at home, school and work. I could romp on with examples but I hope I don’t need to. We need leaders with guts to spit the dirt out honestly and dare to flip very mercenary people whose intentions are for self greed. Hopefully in the next two years we will find them. – @Karen_Fu.
Let not the spirit of Mandela be gone. December 7, 2013Posted by @Karen_Fu in change, ethics, human quality, Justice, life challenges, Quick thoughts.
Tags: humanity, Liberty, life lesson, Nelson Mandela, peace, South Africa, wisdom
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Sharing a post that I have just made in Facebook :
‘Nelson Mandela has died. But I hope humanity and real educated people have truly grown as a result of his sacrifice. Don’t preach what he had said, but do what he had done and pass on the torch of hope to generations of people to come. Then, the sacrifice of Mandela will not be in vain. And so are our forefathers whose sacrifice is to ensure we live better because we have grown a genuine heart for peoples around the globe. That’s the ultimate peace. Papers about peace don’t work, but actions of peace do.-@karen_fu’