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Sunday, May 24, 2015

A Piece of Me

You are the piece of my heart
That I would find from yard to yard
Cause without this missing part
My heart never seems to be beating hard

You are the piece of my mind
Whom I have been dreaming to find
Never have I come across someone this fine
Whom I am happy to say that she's mine

You are the piece of me
Together with you is what I wanna be
So now I pray to finding that key
To unlock this lock of misery


Sunday, April 19, 2015

Against All Odds





How can I just let you walk away?
Just let you leave without a trace
When I stand here taking every breath with you, ooh
You're the only one who really knew me at all


How can you just walk away from me
When all I can do is watch you leave?
'Cause we've shared the laughter and the pain
And even shared the tears
You're the only one who really knew me at all


So take a look at me now
'Cause there's just an empty space
There's nothing left here to remind me
Just the memory of your face


So take a look at me now
And there's just an empty space
And you coming back to me is against the odds
And that's what I've got to face


I wish I could just make you turn around
Turn around and see me cry
There's so much I need to say to you
So many reasons why
You're the only one who really knew me at all


So take a look at me now
Well, there's just an empty space
And there's nothing left here to remind me
Just the memory of your face


So take a look at me now
'Cause there's just an empty space
But to wait for you is all I can do
And that's what I've got to face


Take a good look at me now
'Cause I'll still be standing here
And you coming back to me is against all odds
And it's the chance I've got to take
Chance I've got to take, got to take


Take a look at me now
Take a look at me now
Take a look at me now



Sunday, April 5, 2015

Munching Apples Can Spoil Your Teeth!

If it was true though, there'd probably be studies and reports to back this myth right?

So there I was munching an apple happily while someone highly educated just threw this remark at me.

Of course not wanting to be told off that tartly I resolve to scouring the internet for truth on that comment.

Guess what? Apple does spoils your teeth!!

Sadly though, not by munching it on its own, but the fruit itself is acidic, which can corrode the enamel layer of your teeth.

Myth busted :)

Oh yeah. Do post any articles on munching apple which makes your teeth vulnerable to spoilage. Do enlighten this Dark Age mind of mine 

;)

Friday, January 2, 2015

Be Different

Happy 2015!

Resolutions!

Talking about resolutions seems like an annual thing. That's because most of us just talk about it - no action!

And year in year out, for those who do their resolutions, part of them are the same as previous year. That weight loss that was suppose to happen, that quit smoking thought etc.

I said before the trick was to come out with a big idea or plan and then list out the executions which can be done in a daily or weekly basis.It is this small steps that will make those resolutions come true.

I managed to keep up to my resolutions up till the month of June last year. By then the moment laziness and slackness kicks in, it really laid my routine to waste.

For this year I will maintain the same approach. But I would want my resolutions to be a bit different. Not just plainly how many books to read, how many hours of working out. I want a lists of to-do's which will have an impact in my future. Not just an achievement to look back.

Time to set some resolutions which can change your future, one you would look back and say, "hey, I'm really glad I started doing this back then in year 2015."

Time to be different.

Tuesday, December 30, 2014

The Hobbit #OneLastTime

Hard to believe and say goodbye to Middle Earth once and for all. 14 years. 6 movies. Memories...

Well here's a short review on the film with just one spoiler:

They should've killed off the dragon in the 2nd movie. And the 3rd movie can be all about the war and fighting. Movie started off badly. Awkward opening to link the 2nd film to the 3rd one. Nevertheless it improved significantly along the way. If you're very fond of the story and movie you'll realize how it links back to the first movie and The Lord of The Rings. (Bilbo finding his handkerchief which he forgot to bring along in the first movie, Thranduil asking his son to seek out Aragorn.) And not to mention that familiar scene and dialogue at the end which is the exact event of the first LOTR movie.

Hmmm... Strange that such a movie dragged me to my past. It's the fondness and the very fact I grew up anticipating each movie year by year, from a small boy to someone entering his late twenties... I am indeed in flashback mode.

Coupled by the tragic findings of the AirAsia flight. All of these small and tiny events reminded me yet again. How fast and fleeting life is. How short and how sudden it can end...

We only get to live once. Best if we put it to good use. And make it something as memorable as the journey through Middle Earth then :)

Thank you Peter Jackson. Thank you 2014. Like it or not. A brand new year just around corner.

Welcome 2015. If I do not blog again tomorrow. ;)


Monday, December 29, 2014

Delivering Happiness

Finished reading the book Delivering Happiness by Tony Hsieh. One of the best reads I had for this year undoubtedly.

Happiness. Its a word I think most of us know. But truth to be told, it is actually hard to describe in words. Because its a feeling that you need to experience to understand.

Tony Hsieh got me thinking again about life. What do I want in life? I like building stuffs. And time to time I find myself having the uncanny attraction towards people who build companies. Steve Jobs. Mark Zuckerberg. Blake Mycoskie. Even the books that I have read this year... Most of them are of building something that spreads goodwill from scratch.

Alright the thing is, even if I don't end up building something, I'd still see myself dabbing into business. Maybe money does play a big role in that. But mostly I think its more about having a hand in your own destiny.

The end part of the book is intriguing, which I think is worth to share:

All of us have our own dreams and resolutions. What are yours? Briefly come out with a few if you don't have them written down. After that, look through them and ask yourself why some of your dreams and wishes ended up in your to-do-list. Ask as much "why" as you can, until you can go no more further...

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Did you get it? No matter what is on your wishlist, the more you keep asking yourself why, it will drill down to one reason - Happiness.

What does that tells us? Happiness can be found in the simplest of things we do. But merely daydreaming about it though, won't get you far...


Perhaps I should stop daydreaming...

Monday, December 22, 2014

Favouritism

Say... If your mother practices favouritism among your siblings, and you're the neglected one. How would you feel?

Disclaimer: nothing to do with my parents.