Thank you, Steve Jobs!

It’s not really a shocking news to me that Steve Jobs dies today.  I’m just sure people miss him, like all my friends who share the news with me on FB this morning.

Everybody loves genius, especially upon the time they are dead.  Even anti-apple group will give him a break today.

I’m not sad, nor feel pity for Steve.  People will die someday, someway.  It’s all about how you have spent your life.  Did you pursue what you really wanted, how much regrets did you have, or to be more precise, how much did you enjoy your time here and give meaning to yourself.

President of USA, Barack Obama concludes – Steve was among the greatest of American innovators – brave enough to think differently, bold enough to believe he could change the world, and talented enough to do it.

Good say, I agree.  I love it.

Bloomberg channel reports his death, and how the community loves Steve and brings flowers to Apple HQ for mourning.  I love him, too.  How great he is.  A good demonstration of us to be courageous and believing in yourself as your life is all about you, and you should embrace it no matter what.  If YOU do not fight for what you want, who will?

Steve started his company at 21. I think many of us were just trying to fit in and afraid to be different at this age.

Dies at 56.  We may die tomorrow, or this afternoon after lunch break.  Don’t pretend you don’t know impermanence.

Young? But he started early! Haha! If you live in others’ shadows, even if you dies at 100.

RIP. I’m pretty sure with so much he has achieved and satisfied with himself, hope he does not have personal regrets, he will rest in peace. More peaceful than a lot others.

I only would like to say THANK YOU to Steve. Aside from iPod I bring for jogging everyday, iPhone which allows me take pics anywhere anytime, thanks for just being yourself, Steve Jobs. You are inspiring.

Apology for not being very organized.  But I don’t need to be organized. You know what I mean.  If you don’t, even if I deliver it well, you never will.

If you miss Steve, you may send your words to

But most of all, Live Your Life.

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