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“A pessimist is one who makes difficulties of his opportunities and an optimist is one who makes opportunities of his difficulties.” – Harry Truman

The churning of the ocean of milk on the bas-relief from Angkor Wat, Cambodia

We all need to realize that things really aren’t that bad. Many people have a much worse life than we do. Starting today, no more griping and complaining.

Let’s all appreciate our lives.
Let’s find ways to create new opportunities.
Let’s all make the best of what we have!!

មោទនភាពជាខ្មែរ (Khmer Pride)

យុវជនខ្មែរ (Khmer Youth)

កូលាបព្រះវិហារ (Kolab Preah Vihear)

ប្រាសាទព្រះវិហារមរតកខ្មែរ (Preah Vihear​ Temple Khmer Heritage)

The Fact about Prasat Preah Vihear

Preah Vihear: A Khmer Heritage – Kenneth T. So



1. Vichara - January 31, 2009

The above quote has a great meaning to me. It is really true. We should have optimistic on whatever we do or want to achieve. However, it’s hard to be an optimist. I tends to think negatively always I encounter problems…hehehe.

Besides, I would say the songs are great. They make me miss my beloved hometown and lovely family so much.

2. chandrapong007 - February 2, 2009

Good to learn that you like the songs. 🙂

Complaining is not a solution. To be optimist, you can learn by reading the positive thinking books to get the clue, then practice, practice, and practice… 😀

Good luck!

3. bala - March 4, 2009

nice true quotes tat every1 shud know n follow.!

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