Friday, April 17, 2015

Dealing with...


This week had been quite shitty with pms and uncontrollable negative thoughts.
Then, a paper I studied my ass off for had been single-handedly ruined by me, for not flippin the god damn paper and realize there were 8 more bloody question behind.
How shitty can this get, hahahaha but I've complained enough, blamed externally factors enough too. All the what if's what if's...  What if's are so unpleasant to talk about.

'I realize mistakes oftentimes present challenges, but ultimately, you can only move forward if you find opportunities in your reality, whatever that may be.'
'The crazy thing about regret is that it seems imperative sometimes—as if we have to indulge it like a bed we made and now have to lie in. But there’s nothing compelling us to dwell on the way things could have been. The only thing that keeps us stuck in lost possibilities is the refusal to focus on new ones.
Life is now, and we always have a choice: do we drown in regret over what never came to be, or use our energy to create what can be? Today, I am choosing the latter.'

'Unfortunately, what you should have done is now irrelevant. All you can do is move forward from where you are.
This is an invaluable skill because it empowers us to take positive action instead of falling into a shame cycle.'

Great read :)
Linking these back to life in general. In our 20s, its much easier to deal with regrets. There's plenty of time to learn and move on. But what if we're 40? 50? I guess I'll have to start strengthening my mind for whats to come. Challenges and downs in life is inevitable, it's down to how you can overcome them and embrace them. And be a stronger person.

Be strong!! What goes down will come up anyways. It's a bloody vicious cycle with its darn ups and downs but enjoy the UPs :)

Thursday, April 02, 2015


HAHAHA little bro is finally commissioning. Been a great year for him last year I guess.
Glad he's where he's at today. Sad that I can't go back for his commissioning though :(

Tuesday, March 24, 2015

RIP Lee Kuan Yew

I've always wanted to see MM Lee Kuan Yew in person. But I never did even though I tried to get NDP tickets :(
Since young, he came across to me as a suave old man hahahahaha, but no seriously..
What a legend. Someone who has worked so hard for Singapore his entire life.
Looking through pictures, Singapore has transformed because of him. He built what we all call home, home.
What a pity that I could never meet this outstanding man.. So strong and so inspiring :'(

Rest in peace, MM Lee Kuan Yew
Your legacy will continue to stay in our hearts