Finally, I have read all of On Wings of Storm. Once again, in the final chapter Yeo reminds us that a tsunami of life is a part of life's experiences. However, it's not life itself; it doesn't signal the end of the world or a permanet disability in life though it may seem that way. But interestingly, before finishing his book, he gives us a gentle reminder.
He reminds us that relationship must be valued and nurtured to help us stay connected with people who matter to us. Tomorrow may never come. So seize each opportunity to let our loved ones know how much they mean to us. That's the reminder. And I think he's totally right. He teaches us about how to use every opportunity in our lives. We never know what is going to happen tomorrow. Therefore, once again, let's appreciate our relationship with people who matter to us. They could be our parents, spouse, best friend, brother and sister, and so on. If we have done this, I think we would be more satisfy with our live if tomorrow really never comes.