-------- "This is the time for action not only words, use your God given gifts to develop this country, dont be afraid to speak up, and feel PROUD THAT U R EGYPTIAN." -------- Mohaly, Feb 2011

Thursday, May 17, 2007

158) Why?

Why dont we feel the value of people or things until we lose them?

Why dont we tell the ones we love that we love them without fear and much thinking?

Why do we take each other for granted?

Mohaly

10 comments:

The Egyptian said...

Mesh 3aref ya mo, bass every time someone steps out of my life (leaves, passes away) I remember that I never told him/her that I never actually said it when I had the chance. Even when I left my parents behind in Egypt, I realized on the plane that I was always taking, never giving. I never told them how much I loved them, how much I respected them,...how much I appreciate thei r effort in making the man that became me. When I went back last year, again I was too busy to tell them what I really feel, I keep telling them how much I love them over the phone, but I never paid them their respects in a face to face conversation.

Mohaly said...

Exactly..
we most of the time do that, and expectionally feel the value and tell them!
even in prizes, most of the Merit prizes we give in Egypt to dead people!!

Fatiflower said...

This happened to me too when I left my parents and my brothers and came here with my husband to settle down in Egypt. I was even crying all the time for not being able to tell my parents especially my mother that I love her much more than she thinks especially when I became mother in my turn to a girl. I started to feel that my mother is living inside me and I started to realise how much she loved me and I was careless in exchanging the love she was giving me. and lately my father was sick and he started dialysis and I don't remember that I said to my father that I loved him or even I did care about him until he was sick and I felt that he was in danger I told him that he is important for me and that I do care about his health and he was very happy and he felt better.
Now, I am decided not to hide my feelings for the ones I love and el Hamdolilah that's not late. Our parents, brothers and sisters are not a normal thing in life it's a gift that we should value every time we get the chance.

Tamer Mokhtar said...

Hassan el asmar 2al "leh ely byedy ghero el nass bet2adaro we lama bye2l khyro 3ala ghyro yedawaro, we leh leh"
:))))

Gypo said...

Sheel ba2a el yafta beta3et under construction.
Laqad a3lant el efteta7 el rasmy lel blog bemonasabet qorb enteha2 shahr mayo a3adaho allah 3alaykom bel yomn wal barakat.
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akheeran

TR said...

Ana ghayyart el user name to Gypo(the name Australian Egyptians call themselves in Australia)
TR

Mohaly said...

yeah, let's start a campaign.

& MABROUUK for the Blog ya GYPO :)

Yasmine said...

we always want what we can't have right now... and we're always bored of what we do have right now...

that's a lesson i learned the hard way 2 months ago... Mohaly knows the details...

el bany2admeen dol aghrab ma yakoun... nothing makes us happy

Mohaly said...

that is very true ya yasmine..thx, and good luck :)

.... said...

i never told him...yes i never told him