Monthly Archives: May 2008

Life's Journey

Life's an Intriguing Journey

Life is an uphill battle, also an intriguing journey
a sojourner on fascinating trails of soul’s tourney

Life is a repertoire of good and bad, wins and losses
no matter the circumstances humans prevails the tosses

Life is not a lavish road of personal selfish indulgence
but kindly loving acts to each and everyone in accordance

Life is questing and thirsting serendipitous surprises
all defining golden moments that one covets as prizes

Life is a series of devastating trials and tribulations
that toughens the spirit, assurance of transformations

LIFE ... Appreciate The Journey

LIFE ... Appreciate The Journey

Life is a medley of loves, some unrequited some great
which all human hearts are buoyed with destined fate

Life is much drama sporadic times of ease and leisure
some events better forgotten other moments to treasure

Life is where we feel heights of joy and depths of sorrow
where it alters our attitudes and perspectives for tomorrow

Life is like a river, meandering stream or a gushing rapid
accept whatever destiny brings, the zest together the vapid

Life is the ultimate heartbeat and pulse of every soul
stay true to yourself and to God and you’ll feel whole


© Keziah Boey August 2007


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A tomorrow comes

A tomorrow goes

A Tomorrow Goes
Distance between us all,

grows and grows and grows….

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While pondering on this, does everyone have this one burning question;

why do we busy ourselves endlessly going round and round in circles

chasing our envisioned pot of gold at the end of the rainbow?

Are there such promises of treasures? The quest and the attainment of it,

does it all satisfy the hunger for fulfillment of happiness and peace of our

inner soul? By the end of it all, is it worth every breath we take and every

minute that we expend our present moments for an indefinable uncertain

future? On the other hand, some of us would rather championed the other

favored route of taking charge of our lives and construct our own path to

success and contentment as to meandering and walking the path which

the Lord God above has mapped out for us.

Patience and Faith is called for while heeding the voice of God in directing

us to which streams or rivers we should flow and swim along. Though all

of us struggle with the long and winding road of life with obstacles and a

whole load of burdensome challenges, just remember that we are God’s

clay and He is our Potter. When we plod along life’s precipices, do not

forget that a Potter is very patient when molding His clay. He needs to

reshape and remold till He is pleased and satisfied that the vessel will be

near perfect accordingly that reflects loving considerate traits along with

a great character. Through the midst of our living, we tend to be shifted

off or misshapen by drifting of from being the original intended shape but

our Potter will always be there at the wheel to fashioned us again and again.

The final product of that special beautiful piece of clay falls praise to the

molder and architect of design of our lives, the *One True God Yahweh*

who sits majestically above in His awesome heavens.

The pursuit of a successful life lies in the perception of the seeker. Though

one might achieve own’s harvest of fame and fortune, one might lose his

valuable time with himself or herself and his or her loved ones. That’s the

start of the growth of distant communication where it grows and grows

and creeps on like the vines until it’s so unreachable that all sources of

connections would have been severed. This will be the domino effect of

disintegration and dissolution of family unity, the onslaught of

misunderstandings and miscommunications which will then result in

divorces and which in turn will affect the psychological and emotional

well being of any child. The cycle of disturbed, troubled and unloved

children will have the tendency of unhealthy living standards such as

diving into alcoholism, drug abuse, sexual promiscuity, vices of robberies

and the list goes on and on.

In the aftermath of all these, societies break down and moral decay sets

in and that will definitely roller coast to a dysfunctional country whereby

productivity and resourcefulness of it’s citizens would be decreased

alarmingly and that’s a heavy critical blow of deficits that will spiral

a healthy economy agonizingly downwards. If this “distance-virus” is

not checked, remedied and healed soon enough, the country will suffer

greatly with the deficiencies of it’s people.

The irony of it all is that, though we are so closely and sometimes intimately

connected with the super linkage bandwidth of computers, there is still that

lingering tarrying wide, open, silent and empty void of interaction hovering

in cyberspace. To sum it up in conclusion, the distance between souls will

keep on germinating and growing until there is only that silent and eerie

stillness of interplay and interchange in the future.

© keziah boey – May 16th 2008

Judge Gently .. for you have not worn his shoes

Pray, don’t find fault with the man that limps
Or stumbles along the road.
Unless you have worn the shoes he wears
Or struggled beneath his load.

There may be tacks in his shoes that hurt
Though hidden away from view.
Or the burden he bears placed on your back
Might cause you to stumble too.

Don’t sneer at the man who’s down today
Unless you have felt the blow
That caused his fall or felt the shame
That only the fallen know.

You may be strong but still the blows
That was his if dealt to you
In the selfsame way, at the selfsame time
Might cause you to stagger too.

Don’t be too harsh with the man that sins
Or pelt him with word or stone
Unless you are sure – yea, doubly sure –
That you have no sins of your own.

For you know, perhaps,
If the tempter’s voice should whisper as soft to you
As it did to him when he went astray
It might cause you to falter too.

*author unknown*



Three things in life that, once gone, never come back –

1. Time
2. Words
3. Opportunity

Three things in life that can destroy a person –

1. Anger
2. Pride
3. Unforgiveness

Three things in life that you should never lose-

1. Hope
2. Peace
3. Honesty

Three things in life that are most valuable –

1. Love
2. Family & Friends
3. Kindness

Three things in life that are never certain –

1. Fortune
2. Success
3. Dreams

Three things that make a person –

1. Commitment
2. Sincerity
3. Hard work

Three things that are Truly Constant 






Yeshua Our Messiah

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