Suffering Is Never Permanent
How time have, and can, change things and attitudes?
Gold prices has seen a low of under $300 in 1999, to above $300 in 2003, rangebound between $600-700 in 2006/7 and trades between $700 and slightly above $1000 in 2007 to current. Will gold break above $1000 and heads towards $1,300?
Suicide rates drop to a 9-year low of 8.76 per 100,000. Will it continues to drop?
Property launches are seeing queues building up and prices (psf) rising. Can this trend continues to sustain and break new highs?
H1N1 is spreading and hopefully a antidote is found soon. Perhaps, we can develop antibodies to overcome this strain of virus over time.
Stockmarkets have recovered from their dismal low and seems powered by liquidity not seen for awhile. Who's stopping the bull?
The Truth is Life is Impermanent and Living is a choice.
You can choose to wallow in self-pity or you can manage and flow with the situation and enjoys every seconds of life.
Your lifestyle is determine by yourself; don't live beyond your means.
The Order of Nature is flow and Change is the only constant.