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another weekend passed


yes another crappy weekend. suppose to go and watch avatar in cinema. well, yes it is been up for long yet i havent watch it. kinda lame ><
getting my self rotting in my room again. playing games, watching movies… everything seems so usual. maybe usual is fine. yea i used to be liking the usual enviroment, what am i expecting then?
 
 

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so quiet. appart from the earthquakes news from the TV, nothing else have been heard. never heard any organizations asking for donations. why? just because they live far or just because they have diffrent religion or just because they are black?
 

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how to be a man. lesson 101


lesson no 1. never backed up when people yelled at you. confront them, tell them what u think, never be afraid to share ur thoughts.
lesson no 2. do what u have committed.
lesson no 3. never afraid of making decisions even the consequences is fatal. we were born with balls attached.
lesson no 4. never give excuses for what u have done wrong.
lesson no 5. there are many ways to show ur anger, think before u act.
lesson no 6. never ever humiliate someone in public unless u wanna pick a fight.
lesson no 7. respect everyone. even ur enemy or someone u hate.

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same place, some hotel that i am going to stay and visit, aint sure if i will still met the same people. >< it reminds me of a chinese poem:
去年今日此门中,
人面桃花相映红。
人面不知何处去,
桃花依旧笑春风。
it says that that last year at the same date at this very house, i saw people and peach blossoms comparetitively showing their prettiness. however this year when i revisit again, i have not seen the people who i had met last year, yet the peach blossoms still showing their prettiness and smiling in the wind of spring.
 
i love guilin, it is a good place for me to rest. their air are fresh, the weather are warm, the peoples are frenly. have some serious metal issue that i need to fix. i am confuse after i left the land of azeroth. things are much simpler when i was there. i don have to worry much… those were the days my fren… we tot it never ends…. we’d sing and dance forever and a day… >< yes those werre the days.
 
i am planing to go back to whom i am when i am back from the trip. i just want to live in a simple life, even covering my head in the sand. to get into a relationship sometimes it is tiring, i don really have the patients.

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being enrage whole day long. i rage about my job… i rage about my colleague… i rage about my customer… i rage about my boss… most of the time today… i just rage ><
ppl tells me emotions kills, but well that’s me… the rage made who i am, i have no fear to stand up against anymore when i feel the rightousness. i will and should never quit or backoff because someone said so. stand and fight, thats my way!

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lesson learned


once someone warned me that if my customer buying me a cheap lunch, would i gave him a discount on the coming project?
well today i have observe that someone have taken the bribe from my customer. i was wonder if he would give discount or force us to deliver the project earlier? well, time will tell
 
i always painted that customer in grey. i am curious that y everytime someone have to sit together with me when they call out for meeting or something. maybe there’s a reason that i failed to see…

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the lines that made me cries:James Farmer Jr.:
In
Texas they lynch Negroes. My teammates and I saw a man strung up by his
neck and set on fire. We drove through a lynch mob, pressed our faces
against the floorboard. I looked at my teammates. I saw the fear in
their eyes and, worse, the shame. What was this Negro’s crime that he
should be hung without trial in a dark forest filled with fog. Was he a
thief? Was he a killer? Or just a Negro? Was he a sharecropper? A
preacher? Were his children waiting up for him? And who are we to just
lie there and do nothing. No matter what he did, the mob was the
criminal. But the law did nothing. Just left us wondering, “Why?” My
opponent says nothing that erodes the rule of law can be moral. But
there is no rule of law in the Jim Crow south. Not when Negroes are
denied housing. Turned away from schools, hospitals. And not when we
are lynched. St Augustine said, “An unjust law in no law at all.’ Which
means I have a right, even a duty to resist. With violence or civil
disobedience. You should pray I choose the latter.

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