幸福是什么?

我非常喜欢你的定义:幸福就是与自己喜欢的人,做自己喜欢的事情。你真的很幸福,经常有家人的爱和陪伴。:)

박민경의 일상

幸福是很多人都追求的人生的最终目标,但是每个人对幸福的定义和看法都不一样。

有人认为有一个温馨的家庭是幸福,有人认为赚到很多钱就是幸福,也有人认为得到别人的认可就是幸福。这些人都为自己的理想的幸福而努力。我认为他们的这些幸福也很美好,但是我对幸福的看法与他们略微不同。

对我来说,幸福就是与自己喜欢的人,自己喜欢做的事情。

之前有人问过我,你觉得幸福是什么。其实那是我不知道幸福是什么。那是,我的每天的生活都过得很普通。早上起床上学,上课,吃饭,回家,写作业,睡觉。自从听到那个问题之后,我就开始认真的想,到底什么是幸福,

我第一次感觉到幸福是与家人去上海的时候。有一次放假,我和大姐姐,小姐姐还有爸爸妈妈好不容易找出大家都一起有空的时间,三天两夜去上海玩了。上海,那是对我们来说不是一个陌生的场所。我们之前也经常去,但那次,是一个全新的体验。我们一家人坐车去了上海,在车上,我们在一起聊天。我们聊了很多很多话,虽然都不是重要的内容,但是都很有趣。在不知不觉中,到达了上海。

在上海,我们其实也没有干什么特别的,就是到周围的老街逛逛,聊聊,但是那是我感到幸福。没有任何特别的,但是又我的家人,有他们真挚的爱与陪伴。这就是幸福。

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First road trip to Lago San Pablo

After getting our Ecuadorian driving license, Peiru and I decided to rent a car and go for a road trip to Lago San Pablo. It was a 2 hour drive and we were very excited before the trip. Thank God for protecting us as the road was quite dangerous at certain parts. We left Quito at 10am and reached Lago San Pablo at 12 noon for lunch. It was therapeutic to eat by the lake. Then we went to the leather town in Cotocachi and we bought a leather bag each. It was the first time that Peiru drove me as I used to drive her around back in Singapore. It was a good experience for me to drive again after 6 years! 🙂

Car

The first car we rented together in our lives!

Phoebe

Peiru driving me for the first time!

llama

Llamas at Lago San Pablo

Eating by the lake

By the lake and mountain

Eating after driving for 2 hours

Eating by the lake

Raising fund for Gina

It has been quite an amazing journey raising fund for Gina’s skin operation. Gina is a 7 years old girl and her skin was burnt in a house fire. Her younger baby brother was killed in the fire. When Peiru and I heard her story in Pan de Vida, God filled our heart with compassion and love for Gina. Peiru started baking cookies to sell in order to raise fund for her operation and our friends gave generously after hearing her story. Together with Hope Quito and another church, we managed to raise USD$7,000 for Gina’s skin operation. Thank God for his providence! 🙂

I went to the Hospital Voz Andes this afternoon and met the family of Gina. The parents were grateful that the fund was raised to pay for the operation. We prayed together and asked God to help Gina recover soon after the operation. Gina will go through an initial operation on her fingers first. Let’s continue to pray for Gina and her family even as you read this entry.

With Gina

With Gina and her parents in Hospital Voz Andes