Our little hero was born with a little birthmark on his body, and oh my, he is very proud of it. That little birthmark made him instantly recognizable among his friends.
One day, he wakes up and find, to his horror, the little birthmark is gone! Without the mark, he would be lost, frantic and desperate, but most importantly, he no longer feels special. He needed it back to regain self-confidence and security.
With determination, he sets off on a journey full of complexities and intriguing situations to find his little birthmark. As he slowly ventures, he learns to appreciate the beauty of what he sees and experiences, and to let go of the past, envision the future, and most importantly, treasure the present.
To be continued..
Don't ask me my reasons for publishing this book
Perhaps I like to follow the trend
I’m not denying
They dazzled me…
They reminded me, that
We should simplify complexity
Often easier said than done
Our wish to lead a simple life
While creating this book
I came to a crossroad
Should I move forward and seek a novelty
Or should I take comfort in the safety of traditional paths
Life is very much like a labyrinth
Once you’re at it, you have no choice but to move on
Perhaps at some junction, you get to choose
But will your choice gives you desirable outcome?
We all love to bathe in limelight,
But are we the clown or hero?
The landscape of our lives
Are painted by ourselves
We choose the colours to fill in
Let’s not care too much about the outcome
Let’s not be overly concerned about the perception of others
Let’s be true to ourselves
And stay true for ourselves
Life is a process. That’s its value.
It has never been about the destination.
May you find peace in this book
The kind of peace that comes with clarity and harmony
Let our hearts lead the way
Let this sharing be truly sincere
For then can it be eternal
Cherish the moment
Live in the present
- Edmund Chen
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