- Gender and Relationships
People That We Meet in Our Lives For some Reason -- In memory of Diane Chambers
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Reasons for every season -- Our own thoughts
Our lives -- huh -- are they written somewhere up there? These inquisitive thoughts have been around forever -- and now that we have reached certain matureness, we feel the need to let it out. For some reason we are just writing with the flow -- letting our minds go. We certainly don't know how this article is going to end.
Are we being guided in our written task?
Besides our parents, of course, we have met people that changed our lives. Persons that defined our character and our ways. Comes to our mind our grandma or nana, some uncles... and then our friends from grammar school.
Music was always around us and kept us going... but three persons come to our mind on a personal level: Our Math tutor, our History teacher and Diane Chambers.
Our mind became visual with the cameras that our dad used to work with back in the late 60's. From Pentax to Canon and back to that 'Kodak moment' in our childhood, life came to us unfolding itself like a Christmas present slated with sheer joy. Science, events from the past, and our unique humor sculpted the person in us. However, as we said from the beginning, was there a heavenly schedule for all these? Are we suppose the mess up and then learn, apparently, from our mistakes in this drama of life?
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Philosophy of life
The video that you will see at the end of this article, is so deep that, Gee! When we watched it, we were almost in shock.
Was like... hum! for a strong reason, or for a 'season' we found this clip on YouTube. To make it more dramatic, we found out that the author of this inspiration was 'Mr. Unknown.'
We are writing a hub inspired by an unknown writer. How interesting! Enough was enough!
Between our parents' advice, and our teachers words, we became owners of our own destiny. Our moral foundations were laid and we felt the responsibility to make our parents proud of us. We were lucky to make moves that changed our lives for good. Can you relate to these thoughts? You may have your own experiences... or better said, your own personal unfolding journey!
Do you remember people that came into your life with a certain reason?
Without expecting it, we came into people's lives
In a previous article we compared the love of the world to the 'Second law of Thermodynamics.' How can we enunciate it in simple words? Is easy: you give, and you shall receive. What we are trying to say is that... for a hidden cause-effect law of nature, we are bound to interact, adjust, change and finally reap what we sow. We are to meet people that will change our lives, as though they were appointed to meet us... even before birth. Enough of us for now!
We met Diane by accident on LinkedIn. Then again, bumped into each other on FB.
She was the person that would praise our abilities and talents. At times, her humor was contagious and vibrant!
She was a survivor on many levels. She was a beautiful soul with that unique smile! Who could say no to her??
There you have it!
Diane on a personal level
Believe it or not, she had time for her FaceBook friends. It was like she wanted to cheer all of us with her charm! She knew about our struggles and passion. She was like one of us.
At times she would come with words of her own, just to make us laugh -- and boy she did!
Geez, she was so exceptional!
We did want to interview her and were ready to take the task with so much pride. Diane was having busy weeks and... she was not ready for that interview of a lifetime. She did leak some quick answers on PM, but for most of the part, she wanted us to keep her privacy intact.
An Oscar in a foreseeable future?
At times, we had interesting conversations. From the industry, the Illuminati and that Oscar!!
I asked her how would she feel if she ever won an Oscar?? She was straightforward!
Her kindness will never be forgotten!
She wish she had enough time to get an Oscar. But also wanted to share that day with us!
She was a people's person! All of us have our own story. We didn't know she was going to leave soon!! All seemed to be under control. Some personal issues cannot be shared as asked politely by her.
She wanted the best for all of us and we followed her example. We will never forget this caring woman and her advice. Seems like was yesterday that we were able to say good night and rest well, my friend!!
Until we see you again, Angel Diane!! Good night!! X0X0X0!
Take those 3 minutes and watch this powerful video...!
The real Diane and that humor of hers! Audition at CAZT
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