Long time I haven't posted things in three-three-three. So here we go!
Attention: Tutorial Group 1 Folks,
Thean Su Vian
Hi, all the names mentioned above. I'm Leonard Chua and I happened to be your groupmate. *smile* I've been trying to hunt all y'all down but failed big time. Please get in-touch with me ASAP so that I can be enlightened with the status and progress of our group and assignments ya ? *wink*
Looking forward to working with you great people. Cheers ! *grin*
AHAHAHA. Talk about desperate measures. Well, at least you didn't need to resort to swear words like Sam. Visit Leonard here if you happen to be his teammate.
2. I believe in the power of group study.
That was a bit random but yea.
3. Had PSY 303 presentation today. Basically, we're supposed to present about ourselves for 2 minutes about basically anything in our lives. Since I went second, I guess there wasn't much to improve my presentation by since there wasn't any other comparison, but it didn't go that badly. Again I'm not so sure whether I was in-depth enough.
The amazing thing is that when people stood at the podium, they suddenly were able to self-disclose more than I would be able to. I began hearing about people's insecurities, fears, weaknesses, dreams, aspirations, and even broken pasts. There were married people with families, a person with a family with Thalassemia, people who were supressed in their family, people with fears from their schooldays, and even people experiencing deaths. Even though I was the optimistic type, I can't help but empathize with them, knowing how hard it can be to have to go through everything. Then when I look back at my life, I can't help thinking that my life is such a straight road compared to the mountains these people had to go through.
I'm not alone, I guess.
Thanks people, I'm really blessed.
And the rule of thumbs says this: DON'T LISTEN TO RUSSELL PETERS BEFORE ANY PRESENTATION. Yes, this means you Sam.
P.S.: Leaving to Penang in a few hours. Can't wait to get away!
P.S.S.: Looks like I'm 'winning' the poll. Stella Ho, you must be very happy now!
Happy B'day VIC 'N' ZION.
Take the test here. And if you've got time, visit Mae the Machine (for a Choleric example).
Congratulations, I have just made my first income as a blogger:
I'm so glad that I have so many Lukes in my life, although I also have a fair share of Demases.
HOW I CAN BE SO STUPID!
I found the answer.
Idea of Intimacy
Half 2 of 2
I'm sorry for all the things I've done or said which was of not good heart. I'm sorry for all the things I should have said and done, but have not. It is my dearest wish to tell everyone that it is not my motive to be like this. I am, indeed, still growing and learning.
Please do not take offense by any slip of tongue, any misperceived attitudes. Please do not judge me, while I try not to judge others too.
I can only hope that I have not scarred you deeply, for as I learned today: the scars of the spirit can always be healed but the scar of relationships may last forever.
Forgive me of my insolence.
You know who you are. All of you know who you are.
Dr. Hera in CF = WOOT WOOT WOOT!
As they are very sociable, Dynamic Thinkers like to have a lot of friends around them, preferably those with whom they can share their interests and discuss all sorts of subjects. They are very direct but never in an underhand or scheming manner. If you can bear being spoken to frankly, you have in them a loyal and unwavering advisor as friend. Everything new and unknown stimulates Dynamic Thinkers and awakens their curiosity. However, rules, routine and traditional things arouse their resistance. If something does not go the way they want it to, they can react rather pigheadedly and obstinately.
Dynamic Thinkers expect a great deal of themselves and of others. Whoever does not fit in with their scheme of things does not have it easy. They sometimes appear to be rather severe due to their frankness. Partners and family also find it difficult to satisfy Dynamic Thinkers. They know exactly what they want and compromising is inconceivable to them. Whoever has an Dynamic Thinker as partner should have a strong personality and have a great deal of independence and sufficient self-confidence in order to give this dominating type some opposition. Normally, for Dynamic Thinkers, a partnership only takes second place after their profession. But they like to have someone at their side who is a match for them intellectually, with whom they can pursue mutual objectives and have interesting discussions all night long; preferably factual discussions - sentimentalism and romance are not their thing.
Just got back from HUC CF Camp yesterday and I was really blessed by the amazing experience and the many lessons that I've learnt. I really want to thank the organizers, the participants and most importantly, God, for surprising me beyond my expectations.
Fact: Min Huei never goes AHA. He goes WOOOAAARGHHHHHHH while attempting to retrieve the pack of Sam's wantan noodles from the road.
HAVE YOU TRIED IT OR HAVE YOU TRIED IT?