I think that someone should be scarred before he can be a better man — physically and psychologically. It can come from many things, ranging from failures, depressions to even disappointment. Continue reading
He answered so well he could make the questions asked sounded stupid.
And I think, this cements the stereotype that Asians are generally smarter than any other race, in several particular subjects, of course. Hope I’m not offending someone here.
I read the Perfume novel by Patrick Suskind. It tells about a man searching for the best recipe to create a perfume that could spread love.
But that’s not the best perfume for me. It’s the smell of the rain — petrichor — that smells the best. Because it’s natural, and because it’s rare. Not every rain you get to smell a perfume so magical, so earthy. Continue reading
A knackered mind can only do so little than usually. That’s why I haven’t posted for several days.
My creativity is destroyed; my imagination is limited to just what I have to know so I could pass college. My mind is weary.
Wish I could go back to the past, being kids again. Never have to worry about the future. You don’t have to worry about life, about death, about failure.
Kids, their minds are never knackered. 🙂
As I went home from college yesterday, I was sort of trapped in traffic congestion. Suddenly, I remembered that one of my sister would be 30 this June, and now I’m 21 years old.
I used to dream to make my former hobby (i.e gaming) as my long-life job. You know, the kind who dedicated their lives to bring the best performance in the MMO game championship, like this team. Unfortunately, I’m no longer an avid gamer myself because of certain reasons.
Then, I moved on and temporarily become an avid reader. I bought several famous novel book from Sidney Sheldon — like Master of The Game and Mistress of The Game. And then I realized that my budget wouldn’t support my hobby as a reader, so I ceased. Continue reading