Friday, November 13, 2009

The change

I have just realised that everything has changed. I thought I can adapt myself to the changes. But, apparently, I could not at all. Inner part of me knows that things must evolve and changes must take place for her own betterment. However, I still appreciate and and make precious the valuable and enjoyable moment that we had together.

Is it really hard to accept changes? I thought I am flexible enough to see all the changes taken places. But, it is not as easy as I thought. The rosy expectations of mine had turned into something else, which I myself am not sure of the positivity of the current situation.

Well, we as human beings are too tiny to reject changes. So, what else can we do except allowing ourselves to be swallowed by the changes. Or, positively put, to adapt to the changes.

Wednesday, November 11, 2009

The Differences

I live two completely different lives here (as in outside my home), and at home. I think these differences do not make me a bad guy. Let's see the arguments.

First of all, the most obvious gap is my dietary habit. Surprisingly, I have a more balanced and stable diet at home. At home, I eat appropriately and accordingly. I will take my breakfast in the morning, even if it is a light one. Then, it follows by a nutritious lunch. After that, I might be having hi-tea, depending on how heavy my lunch is. Last but not least, I take my dinner at 6 p.m.. Please note that I use the phrase "Last but not least." That means I have no supper at home. On the contrary, I seldom have my breakfast here (excluding events such as exams). This is because by the time I wake up, it is already lunch time. Usually, the first meal of the day would be at 1p.m. or so. This is what I call lunch. After that, I have my dinner at 8 or 9 p.m.. Then, I might be having supper at 1 or 2 a.m.. Wow! This is really a sharp contrast from the one at home.

Besides, my resting time here is indeed different too. Typically, I rest at 2 to 3 a.m.. Then, I wake up at 11a.m. or even 12 noon. At home, I go to bed at 10 to 11 p.m., and I wake up at 7 to 8 a.m.. There is hardly night lives at home.

Equally important, my social life here is different from my home too. I get to go out with my friends regularly here, whereas at home, I go out frequently with my family. There would be a rare occasion seeing me going out with my secondary school classmates. Perhaps, we did not keep in touch regularly and there is nothing to be discussed among us.

Shall I say these differences are detrimental to my life? I would say no. When the environment changes, of course, our lifestyle would change too. The matter here is that we must know our boundaries. Yes, you may stay up late at night outside, with the condition that you are not doing something illegal and harmful to yourself. We must always remember that we have our beloved family waiting for us at home. Therefore, we should try to live our life to the fullest and make good attempts to spice up our lives.

Tuesday, November 10, 2009

Angelic Devil

My dear friend, he left you for good. You never know what is his real purpose and intention to get close to you. His intention might be a bad one. After he has obtained what he wants, you will be subsided into the trash bin. And, ultimately, who would get the deepest wound in heart? Is it his? Or is it yours? Figure it out yourself.
I don't blame you for that. Well, we are human beings. We have wishes. We all want to realize our dreams. We all use different ways to make sure that our dreams are realized. Just that, sometimes, the others might not agree with the way you are using. But, does that mean you can use the others, without taking into account of the others' feelings, to make sure that you get what you want?
You just appear to be too naive, innocent and angelic. You might have the quality which is parallel to you physiques. On the contrary, you might be an angelic devil too. Who knows? Only you yourself and your god knows.