When I was an infant, my placid parents hold my little hand securely and eventually I learned to walk. When I was an adolescent, my neighbour greeted me every morning with his cheery, wrinkled smile and talked softly “Son, be good and work hard on your study.” When I was lost in the age of rebellion, my loving grandmother guided me demurely and there I learnt to be a good son. When I was in the university, the educators showed me the strength of mind. When I was first scolded by boss, the Myanmar worker cheered me up saying that “That is life”. When I was confronted with obscurity in life, my parents, elderly and friends are always there.
I appreciate every little thing that happened to me and everyone that come into my life. Even an inadvertently saying or a simple smile from you can lighten up my days. It is the best of you all that generate the best of me. Therefore, I wish that the best of me will incessantly building up even more the best of other making this world a lovely place to live on.