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21 November 2011 @ 04:44 pm
I have this urge to go shopping. Clothes shopping.

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Current Mood: draineddrained
21 November 2011 @ 04:31 pm
This is mainly to rant. Again.
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20 October 2011 @ 07:40 pm
This is mainly to rant. Again.

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28 May 2011 @ 12:22 am

Tonight, we watched Shaolin (2011), starring Andy Lau and Nicholas Tse. Set in the early 20th century following the fall of the Qing dynasty, it focuses on how the Shaolin spirit embodies the traditional values regarding Life in an increasingly chaotic country overrun by warlords and Western powers fighting for territory, buried treasures and ultimate rulership. The treasures they dig up are valuable, but in the same process they ignorantly destroy something more precious than bronzeware and jewellery - they destroy their humanity.

This is a moving story of a ruthless warlord who, in realising his wrongdoings, attempts to repent his sins by following the teachings of Buddhism and immersing himself in the beliefs and lifestyle of Shaolin. But it is more than just that. In this dog eat dog world setting, Karma as a theme is predominant, but I believe it goes further than that. The film shows karma, not as something done at the whim of Fates, but because those around us see our actions and learn from them. Our distrust in everyone around us, results in the second generation's distrust in everyone around them, even their own family.

In the fight to gain power and territory, who, really, ultimately wins? 

It is the teachings of Shaolin which attempts to answer this, that the struggle for power results in no one winning, because it will only become a vicious cycle of plundering, protecting and massacre in order to protect.

In living a life which was given by chance, why can't we live life by leaving our fate to chance? No one is born useless, everyone is born for a purpose, no matter how important or trivial.

A person's life is merely a blink in time. In the bigger scheme of things, we are only small specks of dust. So really, we have no need to take ourselves so seriously. It is more important to take our work seriously, to live our life to the fullest so that our chance at life is not wasted. Whether your purpose is to be a beacon of hope, or giving and helping others, or merely giving those around you some little joy in life - do not waste this life in exploitation and personal gain of wealth, for in the end you can't take any of that with you to the grave.

"A piece of gold or pile of dirt, which is more useful?"
"I will go with a piece of gold."
"And what if i gave you a seed?"


"絶對是一套好有意義的好戲! 只有認識中國軍閥時期的歷史和讀過佛學才會懂得欣賞,明白箇中道­理和深省的智慧,劉德華最後唱這一首〈悟〉就是這套戲的重點,歌­詞都是佛經裡的意義,希望多些人看這部戲,更希望看完的人會看得­懂! 這部戲不但場面震撼,打得精彩,而且每個都演技很好,好多情節都­是真人真事, 真的很好看! 希望華仔可以憑這部戲拿香港影帝!! 極力支持!! 超正!!" --- kongjamie 

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Current Mood: contemplativecontemplative
21 May 2011 @ 11:59 pm
Dear Mum,

Sorry for bagging you out in the last few posts. You're alright :)
21 May 2011 @ 11:42 pm

I've found out that when I get depressed about the whole world (well, my own little world, at least), I tend to wax lyrical. And they're pretty okay ramblings as well.

Take this for example:
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This was written at, around 3am, a week ago, on my phone.

Sometimes I wonder what the hell is up with my brain...

And yes, this *waves at prose above* is me trying to come to terms with the idea that I might just be a normal human being given enough ability to affect only those immediately around me. It was...heart-wrenching...
Current Mood: contemplativecontemplative
Current Music: Times - Robert Cacciapaglia
29 October 2010 @ 11:47 pm
Do you think your parents made any major mistakes in how they raised you? If so, how did it affect you?

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Current Mood: angryangry
27 October 2010 @ 09:43 am
After Hetalia Day 2010, I'm very tempted to cosplay more.
Namely, I wanna try Poland. ^___^
Should I?