Even Clowns gets lonely

I remember yesterday while we were driving around BF homes, on our way to Betterliving, we passed by a clown crossing the street. It really struck me because the clown doesn’t have a smiling face. It can be so depressing to see a sad clown. They’re supposed to be happy!

But we wouldn’t know, beyond that masked face is a really sad heart. They could really have big problems. That’s why I salute clowns ’cause they can still manage to look like they seem to be really happy just to make kids happy too. They really have a tough job no?

That’s why we should sometimes imitate the clowns. I’m not saying that we should be plastic or such. What I’m trying to tell you is we should at least try to be happy even when life really sucks. Let’s try our very best to make others happy, because maybe in their little joy, we would be able to find our own happiness. (:

Sidenote: I wasn’t able to take a picture of the sad clown because my Uncle drove fast, and it was a sudden happening. I wasn’t ready. But the sad clown w/ me picture was taken in EK, April 2007.

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  1. “we should at least try to be happy even when life really sucks. Let's try our very best to make others happy, because maybe in their little joy, we would be able to find our own happiness. (:”-nice. hyy nku gurl y dont u strt writin ur own buk na kya. bibili kmi ni inah! hahaha.-true again. wel, lyf has full of surprses. mnsn mgd2la ng sya, n mnsn nmn sobrang pain n sadnes. for me, clowns r d perfct reprsntation of a prson. kc msya cla, ngp2twa cla, pro sbi mo nga bhnd the smiles, drs tears. 🙂 true, “dt we rily shud try our best 2 make odrs hapi, 4 n dt way we wud be able 2 fnd our hapines n wud gve us d rison y we shud “mov on” n vry pain n embrce wt ds f*ckn lyf has to offer. 😀

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