Letter For John

Dear John,

I know you’ve been so busy lately. It doesn’t matter for me, because I have whole time to learn how to be patient.

I’ve wrote countless letters, and you replied them. Thank you, because of that I could learn to write down my feeling and make stories that I can tell to my future children.

How are you, John? Are you doing well?

I can’t erase even a glance your smile, at the last time we met. You’re perfect without your trying. You’re my morning coffee, always succeed make the sun shines over my window even though storm makes roots far from their land.

Did you know that you’re my GPS? You showed me the right path when I was lost. And these times, I hope I can be your guide as well, so you don’t get lost until you come home.

You’re my cooking recipe book, make ingredient that I put always feel right and delicious.  You’re a flawless photograph object, I don’t even need to make a minor editing on your pictures.

I hope the breadcrumbs can lead you home or if they are gone, at least there are always stars that can replace them.

With the all warmth that I have,

Your home.


Happiness is..

Happiness is when you’re tired and doing something, you will forget about your tiredness.

Happiness is when you have little, you still share it with other.

Happiness is when you have problems, you can smile and thankful with things that has given to you from God.

Happiness is when you’re angry, and you still can control yourself wisely, talk patiently, and nothing make you regret later.

Happiness is when you fall and feel hurt, you still can smile widely and say “thanks God, You try to make me stronger”.

You will never be happier than you expect. To change your happiness, change your expectation. Bette Davis

Finding happiness is like finding yourself. You don’t find happiness, you make happiness. You choose happiness. Self-actualization is a process of discovering who you are, who you want to be and paving the way to happiness by doing what brings YOU the most meaning and contentment to your life over the long run. David Leonhardt

Happiness is when what you think, what you say, and what you do are in harmony. Mahatma Gandhi

Happiness comes only from appreciating what you have right now. You can even be happy by appreciating your troubles because they are helping to build your character. Harriet Meyerson

Happiness is living in a state of freely choosing to create and exchange one’s rational values with others. John Roberts

Happiness… is not a destination: it is a manner of traveling. Happiness is not an end in itself. It is a by-product of working, playing, loving and living. Haim Ginnot

Happiness for me is to know that my life has meaning and purpose, and that every day my life touches others in a positive way–whether to make them laugh or learn or both at once! Deanna Mascle

So, there’s no reason we can’t be happy ^^.