Kev (abr. Kevin)
Irish, Gaelic orgin. Caoimhin.
1. adorable. 2. gentle one

Walkabout (walk-a-bout)
1 (in Oz) - a walk in the Outback by Aborigines that lasts for an indefinite amount of time. 2 (chiefly British) - an informal stroll among a crowd conducted by an important visitor e.g. a monarch. 3 a walking trip.

Sunday, 24 June 2007

Bread and love

I saw this post on bread and love in this blog, and hence will like to reply with my view here...

Sad to say, money is more important than love. However it shouldn't be over-emphasized. Foremost, I think that without the daily bread, love can never continue for far. Imagine 2 person hugging each other in a cold cold night, and feeling hungry. If I'm the guy and truely love the gal, I would have optted for the bread so that my gal/family will not need to suffer! To love someone is to let someone be happy and have a comfortable life.

However, the issue of bread will take a second place once life is manageable e.g. bills are paid, food on the table etc... Then, I think love is much more important than the bread. Without love then, life is akin to being meaningless. No one to share the joy or sorrow with. Probably using bread to exchange for love is an option then, but what if one day your bread runs out? Does your love also run out on you?

Some gals of cos will definitely want more bread to go along with their love, which is what we termed as 'high maintenance'. Well, if one can afford it then go for it. Else, just leave them alone, as I think that they are the market spoliers.

So is bread or love more important? It really depends on the phases you are in currently. As the saying goes - there's a time of everything!


Colleen said...

Without bread, love isn't filling.. without love, life isn't filling..

I opt to share that tiny piece of bread with my loved one.. :-)

milky ~ pearly said...

i totally agree with you~ love ain't complete with bread..

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