When we go to the sea shore in the evening, be it at Kuta, Nusa Dua or anywhere else in the world, we would be able to enjoy the Beautiful SunSet. Its “amber colour” will make us stand in Awe and Wonder on How The Creator Of This Universe Has Painted such Beauty. The Evening Scenery almost always makes us wonder, admire its ambience, thus making our artistic feelings becoming Alive Again. Evening moments often cause us to be artistic-beings in Praise Of our individual admirations of such Beauty! It sometimes inspires some individuals to become “poets” or “painters” even if it is just for a short-moment . . . . . . . .
No one would ever deny that such experience, could sometimes create an Inner Bliss within our souls.
Old Age would also be Beautiful, as Grand as the SunSet in the Western Hemisphere, only if we know “How To Prepare”. But unfortunately, not all those who are Old, or at least becoming ‘Old’ in just a few more years, could get themselves Ready to Welcome such time. Some people live as if : they would Live ForEver, and some others leading this Short-Life for just ‘ToDay’. Each & Every Moment, with its every step of Life they are living, is just filled by the material world, urgent matters, emergencies, events or Life’s incidents, without observing their Life’s Important Paths to Prepare well in advance. Preparation becomes an odd-word to some of them. Beauty becomes something far-away from reaching, and Life becomes such heavy-responsibilities without any aim to end “it” in an Elegant Touch Of Beauty, similar to the Beauty Of Evening Hours Painted on A Beautiful Canvas of One’s Life – approaching Eternity . . . . . . .
In the Psalm 90 verse 10 we read that our time is just for a short-year of 70, or 80 years only – if we could afford it By His Grace!! Such a short-while, in a comparison to the “age of Old Trees”. A 100-year-tree is not yet considered “Old” but all of us could only enjoy those eighty-years in just a flash. Teach us all O Lord, to count our days, so that we may have our Heart’s Wisdom to understand – thus to be “well-prepared” any Time You Call us “Home” . . . . . . . Amen