Non-fiction vs. fiction

Every story whether it is a fiction or non-fiction, has a beginning and ending part. If it is a fiction and you are the sole author, you have a privilege to “orchestrate” the storyline and how it ends. On the other hand, you can’t fully control the storyline of a non-fiction story. 

Our creator, God has a control over our lives. He considers our requests, but He decides who is in our lives and who has to be out. He decides when we should have this or that. He also tells us what we could do when we encounter a tough situation. Last but not least, He tells us why we have to do certain thing, though this realization may not come instantly.

I have countless chapters in my non-fiction story. Some chapters are connected one to another, some don’t. My non-fiction story is not yet reached the ending part, so I still have a glimpse of hope. How about you? -mws-

Impossible ⇆ Possible 


The length from “impossible” to “possible” is varied depending on your situation. The journey from one point to another is exhausting and could break you down emotionally and physically if you are not careful. On another note, it brings a sense of satisfaction once you are able to go through each step successfully. I called this a “woohoo! Yeah!” moment. 

I have been on a tough quest for finding the “right” home. My definition of “right” is a place or environment where I could sharpen, expand, and share my skills with people who will benefit from receiving these skills. The “right” home where I could confidently say “this is it!” It is also a place where I perhaps could share my space with a person whom I love with

Based on those definitions, I learned that I needed to leave to sharpen my skills so that I could make what I have right now to be 99.99% perfect. The process was not easy. I had to make a lot of  tough  big and small decisions. Disappointment, uncertainty, and anxiety all were mixed. It took a great big deal of exercise to remain positive. 

So, where am I now on the impossible to possible scale?  I am on 3/4 moving toward “possible.” The remaining 1/4 is a huge battle. There is a risk that I have to step backward a little bit and  change strategy. Again, many things could happen in this process. All I could think is to try at my best. Not easy, but I will persevere (please).




Life is ironic and interesting. What you want is not always what you get. However, that thing/person/moment that you wanted to avoid or reject is actually the best one in your life. It’s a part of your life cycle that you have to go through. This understanding or realization is not happening instantly. It takes time to accept and proceed to the next step. And when this realization hits you, you see that particular event or situation from different perspective.