“To me, the smell of fresh-made coffee is one of the greatest inventions.” —Hugh Jackman


What Do You Seek?


If you are a seeker of the truth, that’s never an easy task. Please notice the first word, “If.”

Most people are seekers of pleasures, money, love like it’s the hardest thing to find. In my opinion, we look for love not because we can’t find it. But because we have our own versions of it. Some people travel the whole world to find that one thing that will make them feel complete, whole, miserable, and loved insanely in return. Some people seek money and lots and lots of money if only to satisfy the great longing in their hearts with all that money can buy hoping to be satisfied by all of them. Seekers of pleasures want to go boldly where no one has gone before, to feel that indescribable feeling that all the pleasures can bring.

I find that if you desire something, life gives it you, if you work hard enough to seek it.

It’s sad though that most of us would settle for counterfeits because of fear. And some others still because they – will find it hard to admit it to themselves – have decided in their hearts that they never really wanted to “work hard” to seek what they truly desire.