Tuesday, December 29, 2009

Hanging For Dear Life - The Dragonfly

We saw this "makcik" on our bedroom window yang dah usang. Somehow I remembered that when you see a dragonfly, it brings some sort of meaning.



The main symbolisms of the dragonfly are renewal, positive force and the power of life in general.  Dragonflies can also be a symbol of the sense of self that comes with maturity. Also, as a creature of the wind, the dragonfly frequently represents change.  And as a dragonfly lives a short life, it knows it must live its life to the fullest with the short time it has – which is a lesson for all of us. - The DragonFly Website






So have you seen your DRAGONFLY lately?

7 comments:

  1. nice shots! you pakai lens apa?

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  2. Sony DT 18-70mm 1:3.5-5.6 mounted on Sony Alpha 200

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  3. jadi ke si kakak duduk sekolah gan u?

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  4. Hanim : Jadi. Dah dapat PDD approval alhamdulillah

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  5. that's good. duk gan u senang. anak sendiri kan. duk gan tok jadi spoilt. nape sekarang write so ringkas?

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  6. I dont blame my parents for spoiling her or even her sister. Sebab setakat ini they are the only grandchildren my parents have.
    My latest posting not so ringkas la.

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  7. BTW, hope u klik the Find Out More... button to view the full posting Hanim

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Farah Rahim is the co founder of the REAL FOOD movement in Malaysia under the local support group called "HOMEMADE - Air Tangan Ibu" as well as an advocate of managing asthma, allergies and eczema naturally via NaturalAAE. She's the official Malaysia's ambasador of Jamie's Food Revolution. When not an activist she's a Stay at Home Mom to 3 girls who loves nothing but good ol' homecooked meals.