Saturday, August 27, 2016

Thoughts; at 0000.


- If what we say does not really matter, should we then keep it to ourselves?

- Why is it that we are always drawn to something familiar?

- Does everyone get anxious knowing that you’ll have to get to know someone new?

- What do people want when they tell you their problems? For you to comfort them by giving good advices or you telling them that what they are thinking is right?

- Is it normal to think rationally when someone is having a problem and when you yourself have one, you can’t think rationally?

- What do you do if you fall for someone you promise not to? Don’t tell me making that promise was a mistake.

- Should not you accept people kindness as well when you are being kind to others? Or else, the kindness chain would be broken, no?

- What if that person don’t know how to express himself? What if you misread his concern as nosy, sincerity as ulterior motive, frustration as anger?

- How do you know if you have forgiven someone that betrayed your trust?

- What if one day you gotten yourself a medical check-up and turns out that you are dying? Would you finish your degree or run back to your family?

- Why would we have to like surprises? 

- How would you know if what you are doing is the right thing?

- With knowledge, comes responsibility. So does it mean that if you think that you are incapable of taking the responsibility, you should not seek knowledge?

- Why does our minds start to think about all sorts of things when it is nearing midnight?


Sunday, August 21, 2016

optimistic or in denial

"Ada orang kata kalau makan benda masam, then kita cakap yang benda tu manis, kita optimistik. kalau kita cakap benda tu masam, maksudnya kita pessimist"

'Tapi tu bukan macam tipu diri sendiri ke? Kalau masam, kenalah cakap benda tu masam kan? Saying that it is sweet wouldn't change the fact it is sour.'