Thursday, March 26, 2009

Jim died (Ghost Whisperer Episode 15)


It's weird how Jim's dying affected me..the show is not even real, but it managed to affect me so much I couldn't stop thinking about it. Melanie and Jim were perfect together. You'd think that such thing should last...alas, how wrong could one be. Jim the ghost couldn't accept that he died. And that makes me even sadder...I'd be like him if I died unexpectedly, I think. I'd miss my family so much, especially my kids who are still young and can't look after themselves.

Oh well...I guess one message is being conveyed, loud and clear. Detach yourself from worldly thing. When your time comes, you go alone. Aww, sad...but that's the reality of dying.

Moral of the story- make the best of my time here in this life. Say 'I love you' often (although having been raised the way I did, it's not very normal to do that). I guess writing it in a blog is much easier - I love you, and I mean it (to my hubby, my kids, my family members, and my friends)...

3 comments:

Plain Jane on March 27, 2009 at 3:33 PM said...

I know its odd how a movie can grip your heart, tearing it away and feeling their pain. Amazing how as human, we can feel so much for a work of fiction! I guess, in alot of ways, there is something deeper than what we 'see' that's speaking to us. Maybe the message is for us to love more, to chill out more, to relax more, to see the finer things in life before its a little too late. Cold Case does this for me too!

That's why, like you, I am a sucker for movies! I think they're God sent for people like us..:-)

Agee on March 27, 2009 at 6:01 PM said...

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veronz73 on March 30, 2009 at 11:39 AM said...

Definitely God sent for us :-) Still looking forward to the next episode.

Agee, yup! Sia pun suka pula be-link2 ni...

 

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