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Friday, December 3, 2010

U-Ama



Kan naupan lai khan sana leh calendar khan awmzia a nei tam lo khawp a, kum tawp exam a zawh kha chuan U-Ama a hnai tih erawh kan hre thung. Khua a rawn vawt tan a, hmui a ro a, kan chat a, pawnto tur pawn inthuam lum that a ngai tawh si, nute puan tha kan la chhuak ru fo mai. An hriatchhuah erawh chuan hmabak a ko thin khawp mai. Thlasik rim a nam an ti thin a, naupang kha chuan a rim lam kan ngaihtuah ve vak lo niang. Amaherawh chu U-Ama a hnai tih erawh kan hre chiang khawp mai. Thiante nen kan thawmhnaw lei hual te, kan tho-kep silai duh zawng te, halpuah leh rocket te sawiin 'in sawitheih siak competition' kan nei a ni ber. Mahni duhzawng lei tak erawh a awm ka hre tlem khawp, nu leh pa thu thu a ni vek.

"Chumi..... te inah Krismas hman dan relin an thukhawm. Masi sial tur Sialsuk a mi an kai dawn. Pi........ vawkpa khu an lei bawk dawn" tih te kha hriat nuam kan tih zawng a ni thin. Puitling tam tak ai khan news hi kan up-to-date thin awm e. Inhnuai atanga lo ngaithla tawk kha an awm thin miau a. Se kaihna-a kal kan chak ve theih zia kha aw! "Se sa chu ka ei peih lo, bawng sa ni zawk se" tihte kha 'discussion' kan lo nei ve thin a, kan thu erawh a tlang lem lo. Biak Inah kohhran ziaktu lianin U-Ama program an puan chiah hi chuan Biak Ina naupang ninhlei thin pawh hi kan ngawi thap zel. Kan chanpual ve 'hnah put' an puan lai phei hi chuan mahni concern a ni bawk a, kan ngaithla uluk thei khawp a. Hnah pu thei dinhmuna kan han din hi chuan pawimawh hi kan inti thin khawp mai. Hnah tel lovin ruai a theh theih loh tih kan hre chiang em! Tun lai angin kohhran leh khawtlangin kan indaih thleng nei hek lo. Kan upat hnu deuhah 'mau thei' in-charge kan la ni dawn chauh. Kan pawimawh chho zel. 'Disposable cup' tihte chu khang hun lai khan thing kan ti tlat. Kan naupan zual lai deuh kha chuan Masi sial/bawng thlah kha kan in chuh thin!

* he thu tawi hi kum 2007 christmas dawna ka ziah, ka chhunzawm peih tak loh ang ang khan dah ve leh tawp.

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Sunset over Khatla

Cham rih la tlai tla eng mawi no ruai
Cham rih la hrai leng zawng lo lawm nan maw
I liam tur maw lo ngui zo ta

Friday, September 10, 2010

One Paragraph That Explains Life!

Arthur Robert Ashe, Jr. (July 10, 1943 – February 6, 1993) was a professional tennis player, born and raised in Richmond, Virginia. During his career, he won three Grand Slam titles, putting him among the best ever from the U.S. Ashe, an African American, is also remembered for his efforts to further social causes. After he retired he was dying of AIDS which he got due to infected blood he received during a heart surgery in 1983. From the world over, he received letters from his fans, one of which conveyed: “Why does GOD have to select you for such a bad disease”?

To this Arthur Ashe replied:
“The world over — 50 million children start playing tennis, 5 million learn to play tennis, 500,000 learn professional tennis, 50,000 come to the circuit, 5000 reach the grand slam, 50 reach Wimbledon, 4 to the semi final, 2 to the finals, when I was holding the cup I never asked GOD ‘Why me?’. And today in pain I should not be asking GOD ’Why me?’

"From what we get, we can make a living; what we give, however, makes a life." - Arthur Ashe