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on Jul 13, 2020 by FiveTies

5 Regrets of the Dying

Regrets we have when we think that they did not accomplish a goal or the true purpose in life. According to Bronnie Ware, who works in a palliative care centre, whom she has assisted many patients and being with them in their final weeks...


on Nov 27, 2020 by FiveTies

Memories of My Mother

As I contemplate my life as a mother, I can’t help thinking about my own mother. It has been decades since she passed away in my arms. It was several days before a major high school examination. She had been suffering from an incurable disease. She first fell sick when I was a young child of only six years, and it was something I couldn’t quite understand at that time.


on Nov 27, 2020 by FiveTies

Sudden Absence of a Loved One

Losing someone is a horrible feeling. But losing someone without warning is many times worse, especially when that person is someone you share strong bonds with. A close friend, a family member, a loved one, with whom you have shared memories in your lifetime.


on Jul 15, 2020 by FiveTies

I Could Never Tell You I love You to your face

I had loved him the moment I conceived him, this little bundle who came from me. He grew up largely without a father and I without a partner. I had poured all my love on this little child who was the apple of my ‘never too bright’ eyes. He would wake up...


on Jul 14, 2020 by FiveTies


In my years of reading, I keep coming across these types of sentences. “When I am old and grey, I could hug this delicious memory for I had once lived through this marvellous experience,” or “Even if I do not ever live the full life, at least I have these beautiful memories to warm me in my golden years”. I had never quite understood...