幾米的"微笑的魚", “月亮忘記了"和"向左走, 向右走", 是三種相遇, 三種分離. 有相遇就有離別, 彷彿就是一個完整的過程.

就好像人的生命, 有生, 老, 病, 死一樣, 每個人都總要經過.

繼續讀著Mitch Albom的"Tuesdays with Morrie", 陪伴著書中的Morrie走人生的最後艱難的一程. Morrie對生命的熱愛, 令我自嘆不如. 尤其是Morrie對年齡隨歲月增長的看法, 很有智慧: “How can I be envious of where you are – when I’ve been there myself?"

相遇帶來驚喜, 離別帶來失落, 但正因為有驚喜, 所以有失落. 這樣, 失落實在是一種難得的感受.

Jimmy’s books: “Smiling fish", “The moon has forgotten" and “Walking leftward, walking rightward" describe three scenes of encounter and separate, seems a complete process.

It’s similiar to life: birth, aging, illness, death. Everyone has to pass through all steps.

I have been reading “Tuesdays with Morrie" by Mitch Albom, walking with Morrie during his last hard period of life. Morrie had great passion on life. He enjoyed his life at every moment. I appreciate especially Morrie’s wisdom on aging: “How can I be envious of where you are – when I’ve been there myself?"

Encounter introduces amazing pleasure. Separate brings disappointment. However, disappointment appears only as amazing pleasure has been. Disappointment of separate is invaluable indeed.