Thursday, September 27, 2012

True niche

I don't think I'm far from my true niche. I just need an inspiration; an audience to feel reborn. 

Wednesday, September 26, 2012


Well, I'm away again. Nothing new there. 

Going back to my book dilemma, I'm done with Animal Farm and now I'm reading Wally Lamb's I Know This Much is True. That book is almost 1000 pages so, I cannot count the days until I'm able to finish it! 

Nevertheless, given that Animal Farm was written in 1940s, it is really quite a revelation. It is almost certainly mimicking the state of Russia during Stalin leadership. I'm no historian, but I get the message from it. What is more interesting is the fact that some "animals" (or people in real life) can blindly follow a leader without arguing what is right or wrong. Can one forever be so naive? I can only wonder so much. I can already see that happening right now. I guess if I were to choose this book back when I was doing critical literature review in Grade 12, I would have been very analytical about it. 

Apart from that, I still have Che Guevara's The Motorcycle Diaries to continue reading as well. I read it halfway back in 2010 and now I need to finish it! Well, thesis was in the way of reading other materials. Hmmm, I know I have a quote from the book somewhere in this blog. Haha.  

Ok, back to work for me here. 


Monday, September 24, 2012

With and without

I never pushed away love, I just chose to wait.
'Cause when it finally came to me, it made me complete.
Without love, I am my own self.
With love, I am us.

Tuesday, September 4, 2012

No white flag

I was once content with simple things like t-shirt and jeans to the mall, but soon enough, they become clothing only to the market near my house.

I realise while we are all trying to grow up, there are things that we soon can afford to lose for ourselves.

Sometimes, it is a good thing. And sometimes, not.

Surrender not yourself. For what is lost is everything thus far.

p.s: I am debating which book to continue reading: 
i. I Know This Much is True by Wally Lamb
ii. Animal Farm by George Orwell
iii. Motorcycle Diaries by Che Guevara

p.s.s: why in the world would I start to read all three of them at the same time?