Sunday, October 24, 2010

Feelings are... 110 million (over 9000)

Everyone is dying. Each day we are getting nearer and nearer to death. This illness is called "time". There is something chases us - everytime we confront it and fight it head on it runs away from us. We can even wait for it to come and try to grab hold of it but it escapes it. It's call time.

"Time. As I am making this speech, time is ticking away. One by one, grains of sand are passing through an hourglass. Bit by bit, the hand of a clock is moving slowly. So does time exist? Of course it does. Does it ever end? I don't know. Is time important to me? Yes. Is time important to you...?

Time can be used to earn money from work, create unforgettable memories which we treasure and also developing relationships with people. Time is important because it is the sole component to change which can be good or bad. Can you magine what the world would be like if time didn't pass? The television screen would never flicker; the soccer ball that's been kicked would never reach its goal.

There was once a Chinese saying, "One strand of time yields one bar of gold, but one bar of gold cannot buy a strand of time" and it explains how time can be used to produce money, but the money produced from time cannot be used to buy time back. So is time more important than money? We need money to survive and indulge ourselves and we also need time to earn the money. We can't waste all our time working for money, nor can we not spend a single drop of time into working, therefore we must need a balance between the two.

A lot of people today take time for granted because they think they will always have enough of it. Was there any point in your life when you wished you had more time to do something? Did you ever wish that you could go back in time and change something?

Time is a very important object, too mysterious to comprehend and yet too simple to transform. We spend time without thinking in our daily lives. It is not apparent to us that we spend time playing sports, enjoying our hobbies, going out with friends and socialising. We also spend time when we watch television, finishing some homework that's due tomorrow and revising for exams.

In many areas of society today, time is a crucial component to being successful. Examples are usch as the world's athletes competing against the time for sprinting, cycling, swimming. A pack of instant noodles tells us how much time it needs to be filled with boiling water till it is cooked. Mobile phone calls are timed, and the longer the call is, the more money it costs. Everyday, everywhere, time exists in watch faces and clocks and they could even be used to time my speech right now.

Without time, things cannot change. There would not be any advancement, or any progress. Without time, seeds of life may not grow into great trees and a baby would never develop into an adult to experience the world. Time is very important as it can accomplish many things that cannot be exchanged with money.

We must realise that we, as humans, only have a limited amount of time. With that being said, we must make sure that we do not regret for not doing what we wanted to, when there was an opportunity. I sincerely hope that this sacrifice of 4 minutes will allow you to treasure your time in the future and spend it more wisely."
- Year 10 English Speech.

Can't help but feeling nostalgic right now...

Friday, September 17, 2010

10 Random thoughts!

1. Can't help thinking that children with rich parents are conceited

2. Wonder where I would be spending my time if I never touched video games

3. Are people really are just that easy-going? maybe I'm too used to talking to people who expect and demand things from you

4. Keep thinking that the smallest observation reveals the greatest meaning

5. Now why did I buy that second battery for my netbook?

6. Reckons I am going to get more blog views this post because there are pictures.

7. I should really chase up people who owe me money but I feel bad

8. Was the glass ever half full in the first place?

9. Will I ever be a pokemon violin master?

10. It would be awesome if I started a company where I hired all my friends.

Tuesday, July 6, 2010

Life is too complicated.

I hereby give up on you for the time being, world of adults.



15 mins of practise on violin each day!
15 mins of exercise each day!
3 meals a day, no creamy/oily/fatty foods! No junk food!
Facebook only for 5 mins each session! No more than 5 logins per day!
Make sure you are doing something for the main part - Stay away from MSN/Facebook/Forums/and unfortunately this blog too.

Friday, June 18, 2010

Life is Simple.

Sometimes I don't understand some people. Or maybe I'm too simple?

  1. I am satisfied with fresh orange juice or a dish from my frequently visited restaurants / home dinner
  2. I am satisfied with

--unpublished chronicles 18/06/2010

Monday, June 14, 2010

Ominous feeling

Feeling lonely, void of contact.

Feels like I am pushing everyone away from me one by one.

What have I done now?

Why am I worrying over a few things that I typed?

This silence really isn't comfortable.

Thursday, May 20, 2010


I am so very tired, fatigued of what had happened in the last 2 months.

From the self-interpreted prospect of having a relationship, family and relatives commitment, work play and life balancing, academic pressures, student club commitments, mental and emotional growth, maturing and realising that my naive ideals cannot overcome harsh realities in life and commitments to the friendships which I value so - this has literally caused me to crash into a pit of burden.

My eating plan is out of place.
My regular exercise is out of sync.
My study patterns have gone haywire.
My bank balance has increased volatility.
My quest for a job has been totally postponed.

For some reason it just FEELS really busy and tiring... not sure if it really is or not.

I just want some time to game for like a week straight inside my house and be anti-social haha. I need a break from the world somehow, or maybe this is just how life has decided to change itself and I need to be constantly thinking on my feet.