Forget you not;
certainly not disregarded when you pass on,
I will make sure that you won't be ignored,
and tears will be shed into a long river flow…
Never forget a fine friend that was pleasant,
and you have always been, everybody will cry.
Gone so gentle and unseen into the dark night,
it could be seen as a lost star floating fast by,
it could be heard as a sweet fainting violin tune,
it could also be lived short as a losing light,
when the moon will be gone, no stars will shine.
How is time seen and well endured,
when light runs faster than thoughts?
How is it possible to enjoy night more,
because we love its inspired calmness?
So that night, the moon's glare was blue,
as in time of the season it was all due!
This is a nice rendition of "Comfortably Numb". I love this version and video much better than the original which I find somehow too gruesome!
"Comfortably Numb" (working title "The Doctor") is a song by the English rock band Pink Floyd, which first appears on the 1979 double album, The Wall.
While most songs on The Wall were written by Waters alone, most of the music for "Comfortably Numb" was written by David Gilmour, who originally recorded the instrumental demo during the latter stages of recording his first solo album, hoping to find some later use for it. Gilmour later brought his demo of it to The Wall sessions.
Pink Floyd Pulse Live 1995 Part 07 Genius of Music Rock Progressive
The wonderful part of our happiness or misery in life depends on our dispositions and not our circumstances, because we can make things happen for the better...
Very fast people learnt about pity, when they get sympathy, and what it was like to be in other people's shoes, or on the other end of the line. I do know that lessons can't be learnt in lecture halls from people that have been there with an amazing experience they lived through in the past.
And of course those who spread betrayal of trust, ignite fire to kill, and death out of hatred for the prosperity of others are undeserving of pity.... what you think? Am I right or not?
A spontaneous poem I wrote about feeling scared while reading WikiLeaks!
Will my tears be all washed away sometimes soon?
Pensively, I express random words here and there...
Pensively those I often love to say and keep
All things that I have had in my mind for years
All along, to escape when the news shows-up
Paranoia will always be there on my heavy back
Here with me too keep me going scared but cautiously
With tremendous fear, I often tremble ever so much,
When I encounter while reading these damn WikiLeaks
East of Japan is broken up but the people are strong!!
The gigantic earthquake and tsunami made Japan seem so pitiable even desperately weak, not what I have known on my trips to Japan in 1993 and 2000.
The admirable stoicism of the Japanese people made the headlines everywhere, in the Media reports flooded in anecdotal accounts, their spirit has shone strong and unwavering despite nine days of unremitting harsh weather, uncertainty, hunger and tremendous hardship.
A little verse by Acharya Mahaprajna, brief and intense, bear the stamp of his faith and consciousness, he has been an eminent promoter of peace:
"Soul is my God.
Renunciation is my prayer.
Amity is my devotion.
Self-restraint is my strength.
Non-violence is my religion."
I hope you like the poem, please add your own verse to these words!
The Overture (Thai Hom rong) is a 2004 Thai musical-drama film.
A fictionalised account based on the life story of Thai palace musician Luang Pradit Phairoh (Sorn Silapabanleng), it follows the life of a Thai classical musician from the late 19th century to the 1940s.
The film was the winner of several awards in Thailand and was the country's official selection for the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film. It was directed by Ittisoontorn Vichailak and producers included Nonzee Nimibutr and Chatrichalerm Yukol. The film was also credited with a revival in the popularity of piphat – Thai classical music.