Quotes of the day

Wednesday, October 6, 2010

There comes a time in life when you have to let go of all the pointless drama & the people who create it & surround yourself with people who make you laugh so hard that you forget the bad and focus solely on the good. After all, life is to short to be anything but happy.

Think about ME

Tuesday, October 5, 2010

People know they are going to die but live anyway.
The same principle is relevant to a lot of other things such as:
  • I know I am not the best student or student with outstanding CGPA but I be merry proud of my achievement anyway.
  • I am sad and feel for the people in Pakistan and Palestine and will do my best to help in whatever way I can but I keep on living as usual and still complaint about restaurant service anyway.
  • I know that I may not be the prettiest girl in the universe but I buy clothes, bags, accesories, make ups etc etc anyway.
  • I have no boyfriend but I dream and made plans of living with someone in the future anyway.
  • Money is never enough but I give anyway.

and everything else that may cross your mind.

The point is:
Is it logical to stop living when calamity happens?
Calamity is there for us to keep on living.
There is no life without disaster. People will be tired with happiness if there is only happiness in life. Calamity made life more meaningful.
So then, are we going to stop living?
Are we going to forsake quality service/things that we thought we deserve because of calamity?
Are we going to stop moving forward and advocate positive but small things that may not help people in Pakistan or Palestine but help made some people who say, went to an Ikan Patin Restaurant in Temerloh be happy because of it's great service?

My answer is no. I will keep on living, be helpful and at the same time complaint about things. I will not be a robot who will only feel one thing at one particular time. No, my life is not like "Oh hey I've got worked to do!" and then I work come hell or heaven until my work is finished or "Ya Allah, bencana, perang.." then I should lie down, cry and be in despair. No, I am like "Work? Ok...hey thats a PC Game...Ok...hey thats food...eat!" or "Kesiannya diorang tak dapat makanan sebab banjir...hey kawan-kawan tolong la bagi derma...eh kenapa kedai ikan patin ni hampeh sangat ha?".

So that's my POV. Beg to differ all you want and can everything. I think I have revealed part of me very clearly.

Probably it's just me. But I feel it'll be interesting if this is my answer to how some people think how some things should be looked at and that is how it should and always will be and that theirs are the most correct method. I totally get their point, it got me thinking and I think thats absurd thank you very much.

lets apply the principle again:

  • People don't prefer/hate the way I think and act but be my friend anyway.
  • I don't like a friend's opinion but admire her anyway.

and the list go on.