My story of my a thousand cranes.
"I will write peace on your wings and you will fly all over the world. ~ Sadako Sasaki"
Just learned how to make origanmi during one of the General Studies module that is make compulsory for all NYPians. It was so fun learning about origanmi. Phew, the art of origanmi making surely requires one to have a lot of patient and passion. And... just so happen, I have none of this two distinct requirements. Hahaha!
Nevertheless, the significant story behind the thousand cranes drew my attention right away. As the lecturer explained to us the beautiful meaning behind the purpose of folding the thousand cranes, based on the Japanese culture. In the ancient Japan, folding 1000 cranes for the people who are ill, can helps to bless them with longevity and good health. Even so, they also believe that just by folding one crane you are granted with one wish!
I wish that everyone will be positive! :)
Tomorrow is going to be Monday. A brand new day for everyone to learn new things regardless of any occupations. I am pretty sure that everyone will gets to learn new things from their busy work schedule.
Take this quote as an example,
"We keep moving forward, opening new doors, and doing new things, because we're curious and curiosity keeps leading us down new paths.
Let your mind speaks for you and lead yourself to explore new paths.
Write down what you've learnt. Treasure every single moment with your love ones and your precious time.