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22 January 2007

[Quote] Is it true that:

One man's meat may be another man's poison
Isn't it amazing how something can be interpreted differently by another person.

Let's take the example of coke:
To the average folks like us, it means just another fizzy soft-drink, another great thrist-quencher.
To the person who created it, it may represent his greatest invention ever.
To some druggie, it may be a substitute to ignite the after-effect of a certain drug.
To some diabetic person, it may be poison to that poor fella.

To some, money is everything. The universe revolves around money!
To some, money is the root all of evil capable of destroying someone's life.
To some, money is another instrument of trade.
To some, 50cents is their whole life.
To some, 10,000bucks is their 1min cigar.
And to some, there are mastercards, and visas.

What about something more subjective?
Some found it!
Some think happiness found them.
Some fought for it.
Some wish for it everyday and every night.
Some are still busy to give a thought about it.
Some thinks that they have never experience it before
And some poor soul, may never get to know what is happiness.
(Allow me to alleviate the spirits of those who have not known happiness yet. Happiness is a feeling of pleasure of satisfaction)

The happiest of people don't necessarily have the best of everything; they just make the most of everything that comes along their way.