Saturday, 2 May 2015


To be honest, I cried today while reading Yotsubato.

Yotsuba is a 5 year old orphan, living with his adoptive father, and this manga are just about simple life she lead with her neighbours, grandma, etc.

I understand now, what Azuma Kiyohiko tries to portray, is that there are happiness in just simple things in life.

I cried at the moment when Grandma soothes Yotsuba's hair (photo above), 
it was that exact moment when I realised how blessed my life is.

Those who knew me personally, knew some details about my life which I'm not sharing here.

You might cry over heart-breaks, empty life, short of money, and infinite number of other shits.

But, truly, happiness is there in your life, in whatever minute particles, whatever occupied space, it's there. 
It's only whether you sees it, or too pre-occupied to realise it.

Thank you to all, whoever you are for making mine a simple blessed life.

Pharell Williams - Happy

There's more ramblings below, click Read Below to progress further.

Sometimes, the reason of pain and other shit, is for you to wait, so you can embrace the lesson.
Yup this is easier talk than done.
I myself failed this infinite times.

Simple notes :

1. Wikipedia

Yotsuba&! is centered on Yotsuba Koiwai, a five-year-old[8] adopted girl who is energetic, cheerful, curious, odd, and quirky—so odd and quirky that even her own father calls her strange. She is also initially ignorant about many things a child her age would be expected to know, among them doorbells, escalators, air conditioners, and even playground swings.[9] This naiveté is the premise of humorous stories where she learns about, and frequently misunderstands, everyday things.[10]

At the start of the series, Yotsuba and her adoptive father, Koiwai, relocate to a new city with the help of Koiwai's best friend, an impressively tall man nicknamed Jumbo. Yotsuba makes a strong impression on the three daughters of the neighboring Ayase family, Asagi, Fuuka, and Ena. Most of her daily activities and misadventures often originate from interactions with these characters.

The series has no continuing plot—the focus of the stories is Yotsuba's daily voyage of discovery. Many chapters take place on successive days (for details, see List of Yotsuba&! chapters), so that the series follows, almost literally, the characters' daily lives.[11] The tone can be summarized by the motto, used on chapter title pages and advertising, "Today is always the most enjoyable day", or in the original translation, "Enjoy Everything" (いつでも今日が、いちばん楽しい日 Itsudemo kyō ga, ichiban tanoshii hi?).

2. I just learned about "Page Breaks" button, and so I use it to make browsing my blog easier. 
I myself felt "oh this blog have too much words".

3. I've cleaned some blog-links that no longer works nor updated.
I've figured out how to make this blog to be viewed in more "compact" way, so that it'll be pleasing to my eyes if viewed from Mobile Phone / Tabs.
Listen, some videos I've attached here, are those whom I found funny, and I want to remember it forever. I'm the one who will read this blog, and so I will choose what I want to see.

4. Everytime I use Facebook, I find it best if I could reply it with pictures, not words. 
It always carries more weight and punch than worded comments.
And so, I always google for images and photos whenever I use FB.
I share with you below photos I used and googled for today's personal Facebook session.