"You know something?" he asks her. "What about?" she replies. "I was feeling a little bored today, so I went onto eBay and had some fun comparison shopping." "Okay. So what's so special about that?" "I decided to do a search for you." "Uh-huh... and?" "And... I found nothing." He looks at her, cheeks flushed... Continue Reading →
And I said, "You know, life's so complicated now. It's like, there's so many things happening -- there's just so much sh*t. But you know what? I like it this way. Imagine if all this hadn't happened, life would be so... uninteresting. You know what I mean?" She nodded. I continued, "oddly enough, I like... Continue Reading →
Whatever happened happened. Whatever didn't didn't. That is the truth. Perceptions matter much in everyday affairs. But on this matter, I'm willing to concentrate on nothing but the truth. And what do you know? The truth remains, as it always has been: Behind a veil of uncertainty, of unknowns. Maybe that is the cue for... Continue Reading →
I would just like to share with you this passage I came across in a fantastic book I'm currently reading, called Winning - The Psychology of Competition, by Stuart H. Walker: Provocation and intimidation may effectively neutralise some competitors. Evoking guilt feelings may be more effective with others. Some of your competitors are saying, like... Continue Reading →
"Dance with me," Her body seemed to say. I inched toward her, Then thinking, backed away, I did want to dance, But not with her; and not today.
Solitude is something I haven't had for a very long a time. Staying in a place like Currie Hall (a student hostel just off the University of Western Australia) has meant that I have found very little, if any, time and/or opportunities to be alone. Solitude, for me, is a need, not a want. I... Continue Reading →
There he stands surrounded by people. There he stands talking; joking; laughing. There he stands, feeling more alone than ever.
I came across an article called Why Career Planning is Time Wasted. It takes an interesting look at our abilities in predicting our future wants. This article introduces this term called "Miswanting", used to describe how we may wrongly predict what we want in the future. It occurred to me that this not only applied... Continue Reading →
Went for some event called "Rivercruise" last week, organised by Currie Hall (UWA). There was some pretty wild dancing and drinking and having fun (and yes, I know fun's relative). I wasn't intending to post any pictures, nor am I intending to, but here's some links to it. Wei Hao's River Cruise Set 1/2 (59... Continue Reading →