有效日期 Expiry Date

After being away from home for almost 2 weeks in Tokyo, I’m finally on my way back. Sitting in the Narita Express train, everything seems to be on hold until the moment I see Henry at the HK airport. Outside the window, I can see the beautiful rice fields and other scenic views of the Japanese country side, but nothing compares to his smile when he greets me at the arrival gate.

I think of the Youtube video I watched last night “Homecoming”. Yes, I can definitely relate to that. I know exactly how it feels to hold my dearest one in my arms after a short absence.

Now I know what really matters and what I really want. More and more I realize the time we spend together is so precious as, whether we want it or not, there is an expiry date. We all know one day, our earth plane existence will transform into some other kind, but no body knows when.

So each second passed is a second less to enjoy our togetherness. I know I should live the present moments and being conscious of the decreasing time amount only makes me do it even more intentionally and ardently.

It is time to live it up with the time we have!

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