"Anything you cannot relinquish when it has outlived its usefulness, possesses you. And in this materialistic age, a great many of us are possessed by our possessions." -
"In life, unlike chess, the game continues after checkmate." - Isaac AsimovTadi siang, sempat tengok Oprah. TV7 sekarang tayangkan Oprah. Tak kiralah bila punya episode kan. So, if ada peluang I'll watch. Sebab basically it's about people sharing their stories. In how they move on with their life after something happened. Ada 3 tetamu. Yang I ingat sangat is this one lady. Now she's married and ada anak. Masa kecil dahulu her parents have problem with their marriage. Then they get divorce. She lives with her mom's parents. Kiranya her grandparents lah kan. Then at age 5 kot, suddenly her mom left her. Sehingga age 20 years old, dia jumpa Daddy dia around twice je. What happen is that, masa umur 20, she met her father. And somehow, his father kissed her at her mouth. Not suppose to happen. For 4 years, she had and affair with her dad. One of the reasons? Because she'd been longing of love from a dad. And, her mom selalu kata she's ugly. But her dad will always say, "You're the prettiest girl in the world." Buat dia rasa appreciated. Any person pun nak diri rasa dihargai dan disayangi. Even you pun kan? I tak berapa sure what makes her stop. Yang I tahu, ada this one time suddenly the Daddy calling her names. Sedangkan the Daddy yang buat dia macam tu. She wrote a book. Entitled "The Kiss: A Memoir". Oh. Her name is Kathryn Harrison. This discussion macam kesan daripada kisah Mackenzie Phillips. Mackenzie wrote a book. High On Arrival. Daughter of one of the members of The Mamas & The Papas.
Kalau tak ikhlas, buat apa pun tak jadi. Usaha doa tawakal.