A dear friend lost a loved on earlier this week. Attending the funeral, I was reminded of my previous post - on how there's no guarentee in life, but death is certain.
An unrelated event that happened in this week makes me wonder if a person is valued for being his / her true self or for having tonnes of money? If someone values you for your money, can they see pass the material layer, then see and value you for who you truly are?
Anyway, what ever others think about you aren't really important. Ultimately, what important is that you have lived your life the way you want, right?
p.s. I'm back to riding bike to work. This time the distance is longer!