Saturday, June 20, 2009

What I heard from a radio program...

Sometimes, it is so weird how a voice from a radio program can suddenly catch your attention.

After a regular weekly Friday Flushing dinner, Charlie and I went to a Korean supermarket to shop for grocery. I had nothing particular to buy. So I just wonder around the market. All of a sudden, I heard a sentense from a radio brocasting:


"Don't make others your priorities, if you are just an option to them!"


I don't know why I would bother to notice what a radio program was brocasting. But the sentense was loud and clear. Yes, I heard it sound and clear.

Charlie was not around by. So when I met him 5 minutes later, I asked him if he heard the same words. Well, we both did.

These past two years have been violatile years for me. I have to reexamine what should be the right way to live my life. Or more precisely, what should be the right way to treat people, to help people. Well, this sentense could be a good motto for me.

2 comments:

m said...

very interesting. I will keep that in mind.

Jie said...

as motto, may be not...