Hey,so if you didn't know my name's Edward.I'm the kind of person who thinks a lot.Like when I stare at a clock,I think about the relevance of time,how the clock is made,how we have been a slave to time etc. etc. But I'm easy to get along with if you stop and listen.
Sooo,my blog address was created from a random wallpaper of Kakashi with the quote,the blood of one thousand and thus my blog was born!Ok so it's a bit random/macabre but it holds sentimental value so screw with having another url :P
Also don't mind me if I seem angry/sad/crazy at times.I blog on impulse XP
OMG WHAT IS THAT THING AT THE BOTTOM RIGHT?!.RELAX CALM DOWN.Just click minimize.There,didn't hurt did it!
Note:I do not claim any of the pictures posted as my own!If you want your picture to be taken down,comment on the post along with proof of your identity!I try to credit what I can but I miss out some/a lot because of the hundreds/thousands of images I save.
It's been years since I've blogged(well technically it's a year).Wow blogger has changed(so have our lives)
What prompted me to suddenly do this was actually stumbling upon the blog of an old friend.The memories,the pictures and the rush of nostalgia overwhelmed me.
It wasn't just a rush of nostalgia,it was a rush of emotions.Curiosity,anger,happiness and finally resolve(Ok so maybe that's not an emotion).I've always felt that I've been to sentimental,too clingy onto things that are seemingly normal and mundane to people.But I guess that's who I am,and to mope and dope over why this is me,is just plain stupid.Why hate yourself for who you are.
But this guilt and sadness has its merits.I've seen this sentimentality as a weakness,because when people have walked away from these things,thrown away these objects,forgotten these memories,I still cling on to them.The reluctantcy to move on,this mental inertia,has made me feel horrible quite a number of times.
Why all this sudden urge to blog?A certain number of factors;music I'm listening to, turmoil in the clique,some disagreements with some people which I think could have just been my overreactions,and also,this god dammed free time.
Enlisting months after your friends(some would have finished BMT already)is not just a simple inconvenience but also a emotional burden.I have was to kill time,that don't involve my mental deterioration but I can only do so much can I?The most irritating thing is that I might have to wait even more months after Nation Service because I might not have ample time to prepare for the overseas orientation I'll have before entering univeristy in Australia.
This phrase popped' up when I was in my study mood but the fire of passion started dying out.I have tests coming up and some presentations that need to be done and organised.On the verge of delaying this presentation again,the phrase "If not now,when" came to mind.The work that needs to be done will not go away,delaying it will,well,just delay it.The work will still be there waiting for you to be done until the dead line and as the name suggests,you would be dead by then.So ask yourself this,if not now,when?Time to get your ass to work Edward!
Think once,think twice,think again
Friday, August 27, 2010 12:06 AM
A wise philosopher once said: "I think,therefore I am"
Meaning,I think therefore I exist.
But thinking too much can make our existence unbearable :(
YOG brings out ALL of Singaporeans.I guess
Wednesday, August 25, 2010 11:37 PM
YOG has been the talk of the town,for good and for bad.But people declaring they HATE Singapore?What have these people turn into?Have they forgotten everything that the government has done to ensure Singapore is a safe place to live in,and being the 4th least corrupt government in Asia and 1st in the world?
Will people only learn to appreciate what they have in Singapore when Singapore's economy falls to her knees and people experience true corruption and unemployment?