Monthly Archives: January 2008

I’ve noticed the trend

  Whenever my mother tries to convince me to acquire some industrial experience, I seem always very resentful despite deep inside I am actually quite acknowledging her point. It’s just the person who dictates over my will now is precisely … Continue reading

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What I should write when I have nothing substantial to say here

  I guess the first instinct is to do a full search of any meaningful philosophic topics that passed through my head over the past week. And indeed there were some. Here is my subtle analogy between the life of … Continue reading

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What do you do when you offend someone?

   It’s almost as difficult a question as what you do when someone offended you. Any insight on this matter is highly appreciated.

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a new source of inspiration

  So I figured why I am periodically deprived of social skill. It’s that simple: not enough exposure to the world around me. People who worship carpe diem have at least one merit worth mentioning, that they value experience above anything. Within … Continue reading

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How best to use the early morning period

  I woke up today feeling totally awesome. Yesterday I slept until 8 and it wasn’t what I intended. Sure enough, my brain wasn’t so premium during that day. I zoned out during a technical conversation with a classmate on … Continue reading

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Sunken cost

Read a funny article on Mao and his management style today in the Economist. The article was not aimed at another anti-communism harangue, as the Western world has always been engaged in since the cold war. Rather it points out … Continue reading

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And indeed that’s why

  And indeed that’s why I get emotionally entangled so very often. It’s not that I am obsessed with one particular person in general. But I somehow elevate relationship to the status of friendship! And misconstrue a rejection as a … Continue reading

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