Thursday, July 9, 2009

Misunderstood Freedom

Last night, one of my favorite auntie visited me. As we we're talking she asked why did I resign from my job? I told her I've been studying in college for 7 years(I shift courses) and 3 years working without having vacations, and I felt maybe I just want to rest even for a few months. So she asked "when will you come back to work?" I said I don't know, maybe when I felt like it. The way she looked at me turned from glad to suspicious and I had to explain to her what I really feel, that I really need a break and work on what I really want.

Then I came to realize that most of the time in life we've been judge by different people on what they see and hear. May it be our family, friends or any other person who knew us. Most of the time that, the impression that they gave is very disappointing and annoying. We've been judge without really understanding how we think and feel.

Maybe I've been lucky enough that I've been given supporting (sometimes annoying, sorry ma =)) parents that I can lean on in time of need. I just wanted them to know that I really need to empty my head to keep my sanity.


Modern Samurai

As I was surfing, a friend of mine IM me saying that he saw something interesting in youtube. It's about modern real life samurai. Hey, who's not a fan of a samurai? Most of us are amazed of their super cutting skills in movies and animes but guys, this one is for real.

Enjoy =)


Wednesday, July 8, 2009

Heal the World at Michael Jackson's Memorial by Judith Hill

Yesterday, I was watching the Michael Jackson Memorial and as the song "Heal the World" was sung by Judith Hill I remember the first time I heard it. I think I was in 5th or 6th grade but the song still gives me goosebumps. The song is very beautiful the moment you hear it, there's a certain urge to help out.

Farewell to the king of pop, thank you for the music.