Have you ever dream about a white dove? If you do, you’re lucky. A white dove is a representation of love between you and your bride/groom to-be or simply your future partner in life. He/She maybe the one you’re looking for, your future Romeo or your Juliet.
In real life, releasing a white dove during your wedding ceremony is a great sign to bring promises of lifelong happiness, fidelity, and prosperity.
Do you believe it? If you do, it’s a great way of starting and grooming a family full of love and joy. It’s a simple encouragement of doing good in your wedded life.
If you don’t, be it as it may. Just let the symbolism stand what it represents in your life and use it as your guiding light in treading a wholesome happy married life.
As a whole, a white dove is a perfect sign of peace, kindness and forgiveness. New beginnings of love, faithfulness and prosperity are predictions and clues that they may bring in your life.
i look at you
you're looking at me
our eyes meet
somewhere within the vicinity
i stare at you
you're staring at me
our eyes glisten
deep within our minds
my heart spoke
your heart listened
our hearts conversed
within the vicinity of our minds
i thought of you
you remembered me
we kept us in our minds
somewhere within our hearts
i smiled at you
you smiled back at me
we smiled at each other
we kept the smiles in our hearts
i'll sleep tonight
you will sleep,too
we'll sleep together
in the comfort of our dreams
i'll hold your hands
you'll hold mine,too
we'll hold each other's hands
and pull ourselves to embrace
i'll kiss your lips
you'll kiss mine, too
we'll kiss together
as we say "I do"
and after the kiss
we'll plan the future
we'll have a family
and call it our very own...
To some, a travel is worth a pocketful of money. Yes, it is. You have to dig deep in your pouch. You have to break piggy banks. But it’s really worth the travel, I swear. It will lift your spirit. Through traveling, other people have revealed themselves, learned and unearthed other undiscovered traits and virtues in them.
Sometimes, through reading, people collects quotes and quotations to highlight their trip for their own personal achievement and satisfaction. Quotes can inspire and motivate them to start off an adventure. It can influence their desire to travel, alone or with friends and family.
When I took my first trip to an island in my country, I was uneasy when I laid down the prefabrication of my plan. Calls were unlimited. Gathering infos from the internet was tiring. Meals were sometimes altered and adjusted. I was scared. I was excited. I needed to arm myself with the right clues and tips, instructions and an earful of advices. The things to be done, to stray around, wander the streets, and getting lost in a fantastic landscape were taken.
I came across a line from a classmate’s notebook during my college days and it got stuck in my brain. This is really a funny quote.
“I want to travel alone because I don’t want to share my budget.” — anonymous
This gave me a wide grin. But true enough. Sometimes friends can be generous and sometimes can be mean and uncharitable all the time. Another one, this time from my Chemistry notebook, revoltingly written across the page.
“If you know how to read, you won’t get lost.”
I think this is true. To be a lost soul in a far-off place wandering which place to go could be a taxing experience. Reading roadside signboards and billboards will point where you are. In the process, if it will give you some stiff neck afterwards in searching and viewing each and every billboard that you pass by, I think, it’s better to get a tour guide and reward him generously with cash and in kind. Provincial folks needed that badly. For sure!
Graduating from college was the last step for me to be independent, not financially, not yet, but in decision making. I need to make decisions of my own with my parent’s guidance.
When I moved to a bigger city, I touched freedom. But the chance of doing things on my own was tight.
There are quotes that I kept to myself intact that, whenever I felt the doubts in me I just read them silently. And Yes, it kept me warm inside and it shunned cold sweat and jitters that put the cap in blowing the lid off to start the trip on my own. It gave me courage. They are my ally, my defender and my endorser. Here are my threes. Eleanor Roosevelt, my ally. Mark Twain, my defender. And the man that endorsed my solo travel, Nelson Mandela.
“You must do the things you think you cannot do.”
— Eleanor Roosevelt
“The secret of getting ahead is getting started.”
—- Mark Twain
“It always seems impossible until it’s done.”
— Nelson Mandela
These three quotes kept me going. It kept me alive thinking that my solo travel was on its way. How about you? Do you have quotes that inspire and will compel you of making a headway about your plans. Your travels ?
Before I drink my last cup of coffee, let me leave you these messages.
“Express yourself through travel. Meet people of different colors. Eat foods of different cooks. Soonest,you will discover that you are unique and one-of-a-kind human being.”
— anonymously Gold
“Motivation is the art of getting people to do what you want them to do because, they want to do it.”
— Dwight D. Eisenhower
“One travels more usefully when alone because he reflects more.”
— Thomas Jefferson
“Travelling is the answer to the question about LOVE.”
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