My wishes for you this Christmas…
May your home be warm and
smell a lot like Christmas;
May your Christmas tree light up,
stockings everywhere stuffed
with yummy treats and
surrounded by lots of furry friends.
May your heart be merry and
light as a snowflake;
May all your troubles melt away like snow;
May you always be as happy as Olaf,
the friendliest snowman;
May you have everything that you need
and love everyone that you give.
I pray the love of all those around you
fills your Christmas with overflowing
warmth, joy, smiles and laughter and
may you cherish and honor each other
in all that you do.
Wishing you and loved ones
all the heartwarming blessings of Christmas
from my home to yours!
Chinese New Year or “Spring Festival“
is the most important and the most popular holiday
for Chinese people and in the Chinese culture.
And today marks the beginning
the year of the “Gold” or “Metal” Rat
On this auspicious day, NBC’s wish for you
is that you’ll continue to be
Have a Mice day!
Gōng Xǐ Fā Cái
Wish you happiness and prosperity!
Wàn Shì Rú Yi
May all go well with you.
A new year is dawning.
The year of the golden pig is upon us.
I’m still trying to pig the right words
to wish you a very happy Chinese new year.
May this new year brings you
a clean bill of health,
abundance of joy and laughter.
And may you always bring home the bacon
and have lots of
Hogs & kisses,
NBC wishes everyone a purrfect little Christmas!
Purr! Purr! Purr!
We are all part of one amazing human race
Let’s join our hands and our hearts
to live in peace and harmony
Our journey here on earth is short
We must not give room to hate and grudges
to be permanent residence in our heart
The time has come for us to celebrate our differences
We need to stop judging and start loving each other
Let us start today by offering just…
one kind word..
Life is indeed too brief to be nothing
but happy and healthy
Chinese New Year begins tomorrow, 16th February and 2018 will be the year of the dog. As you know, the dog is a symbol of loyalty, honesty and faithfulness. Besides, if you spell ‘dog’ backwards, it becomes ‘god’.
This new year, I’m reminded of the lessons learned from our slobbering pets.
Lesson #1: The joy of living in the now
Dogs do not think about yesterday nor do they worry about what’s going to happen tomorrow. They live in the now.
Lesson #2: There is always time for playtime
Dogs understood the importance of playtime for healthy mind, body and soul.
Lesson #3: In life, we sometimes messed up
It’s okay to mess up. Just shake it off, clean yourself up and move on.
Lesson #4: Dig deeper
Dogs are persistent when it comes to digging for their buried bone/treasure. Sometimes, we need to persevere and dig deeper to reach our goals.
Lesson #5: Loyalty stills counts
Canines are loyal to their humans and animal friends due to their patience and selflessness.
Lesson #6: Give unconditional love and expect nothing in return
Dogs love their humans and animal friends unconditionally because they are sincere, non-judgmental and they do not hold grudges.
To all who are celebrating Diwali,
the festival of lights ;
A celebration of triumph
of light over darkness and good over evil,
A festival where thousands of oil lamps
will be illuminated throughout the night;
May the light of hope be there
when we seek it in our darkest hours;
May the light of faith be seen with our hearts
even when our eyes see only darkness;
Let us shine and share this beautiful light
with those around us;
Wishing you delightful moments and
overflowing joy this Diwali and always!
Of all our dreams today
there is none more important –
or so hard to realise –
than that of peace in the world.
May we never lose our faith in it or
our resolve to do everything
that can be done
to convert it one day into reality.
– Lester B. Pearson