“Grow through a good child’s childhood, live through a good person’s life, and die through a good [God’s] servant’s death.”
So says an uncle of mine on this kind of issues. (Silencer)
Blogging has brought many an interesting characters. Blogging has shown me the many facets of a person. Sometimes, some blogs have such wisdom embedded in their writings. I have found many of these special qualities in a lot of blogs. The above quote is a comment left by Silencer. We had one short IM 2 nights ago which turned out to be very enlightening on both our ends.
He was baffled with me and asked about my religion as I told him, “Insyaallah, (some things better left not mentioned here)”. I told him I am a Catholic and explained that Catholic means universal. So, God by any names is still God to me.
Then, I aaah and errrmm and asked him, “About your drawings…” And he got my meaning. You see, I had grown up with Muslims friends most part of my life and I know their sensitivities. And he has this to say in his blog:
So right, this evening I chatted with Lilian and she jokingly asked me about my drawings. Just so you know, most of my latest submissions at deviantART are sketches of fantasy. To be exact, I’ve been spending time drawing Angels and Demons. Let’s just think of it as umm,.. wings are my current drawing obsession. I’ve had different obsessions throughout my whole drawing years, including guns, aliens, swords, kung fu stances, dragons etc.
Blogging has enabled many of us to express certain parts of ourselves that are not freely shown in our routine life. Blogging takes us out of our silent room or as I see it sometimes, bring out our silent voices.
Note that I have opened a new category to make my blog easier to read. I called it Blogging Art. It is my vain idea that probably, all my thoughts on blogging may prove useful to new starters in future. The never-malu me wants it to be the bible of blogging. (bible = A book regarded as authoritative in its field)
This is a spur of the moment entry, I wrote at 7 am in the morning. Without my contact lenses. I am almost kissing the monitor. If I do not have an LCD monitor, my hairs and eyebrows would be zapped so curly with the static electricity. ‘Cos one Orang Jahat asked why I no need to wake up to get the kids to school meh? Now, I end up with only 3 hours sleep. Which a rojak guy said no amount of SKII can cement back the face. (diuu him) Never mind, I have the whole day to snooze.
In closing – remember, a lot of people may be reading your blog, so blog things worthwhile for others. Bring out the silent voices, give it to the others and may they be inspired. Then, blessings will be on you.