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Thursday, July 31, 2008

What Is Your Magnificent Obsession In Life?

What is your magnificent obsession in life? What would have been the greatest achievement of your life if only you had the chance to accomplish it? Please explain your answer.

Tag: Magnificent Obsession, Greatest Achievement in Life, Climb Every Mountain

Posted by: Mel Avila Alarilla


Solitaire said...

Lately, I have been more and more obsessed with Aamir Khan!! Achievements...hmm...maybe my doctoral degree?

Mel Avila Alarilla said...

Hi Soliatire,
You made me laugh again. You are really so obsessed with Aamir Khan. I thought he was just a crush, a passing fancy. Well, time will tell if he really is your magnificent obsession. I would strongly suggest that you pursue your doctoral degree. I really admire your being smart and your very good writing abilities. You will really go places in your chosen career. Thanks for your visit and comments. God bless.

maggie said...

magnificent obsession - leaving in scotland (in one of those castles near lake lochness)

greatest achievement (could been) - being a marine biologist and discovering more species of marine life, sadly, i am not a good swimmer *sigh*.

bb_anne said...

hi Mel,

tnx a lot for the greetings...sorry for not hopping that much...i'm a little bc these days..^^TC

Mel Avila Alarilla said...

Hi Maggie,
We all have our own magnificent obsessions in life. I hope you achieve yours and become fulfilled in life. Thanks for your visit and comments. God bless.

Mel Avila Alarilla said...

Hi Bb_Anne,
I hope you also achieve your own magnificent obsessions in life. Thanks for your visit and comments. God bless.

Metropolismom said...

Hi Mel,

I never thought your question will take me half day to ponder my answer. The more I ask myself your question, the more answers I get from myself. But instead of of enumerating all of the things I am obsessed with right now, I'd just give you a summary where my obsession points at - I want to make myself and my family be proud of me.

Your question reminded me of Mulan, the Disney' story about a young peasant girl who disguises herself as a man and took place his father's position in the battle. The story reminded me of myself and my obsession to attain the same goal of Mulan. A goal that is beyond the measurement of worldly things.

Mel Avila Alarilla said...

Hi Metropolismom,
I know your family is very proud of you. They may not have shown that outwardly but inwardly they have the highest respect and love for you. The trouble with today's familial relationship is that most of us take our loved ones for granted. But when the chips are down, we rally behind our loved ones. You don't have to achieve any extraordinary thing like Mulan for your family to become proud of you. I know they do now. Thanks for your visit and very meaningful comments. God bless.

MetropolisMom said...

Hi Mel,

Thanks for the warm assurance and visit. I am looking forward to your next question.


Mel Avila Alarilla said...

Hi Metroplismom,
You're welcome. I'm glad you enjoy the questions. Thanks and God bless.