“Life is what you have before you commit suicide.”
- A sage
Life is hard. I think you already knew that. Coz that’s the way everybody’s life is. Each and every day is another hurdle you have to conquer. That’s not easy.
So why not put an end to this life? Won’t that solve all the problems? Actually no. Suicide isn’t easy as you think. You have your family members and even friends who will miss you if you die. You just can’t forget them and say bye to the life.
So the moral is that you have to cope up with everything and go on with the life. Despite all its troubles. When I go through such pains I remember the old adage that every dog has his day.
Wait.. what? Did I just call myself a dog?
I’ve been angry a lot lately. Angry with myself and others. Several of my previous blog posts deal with how stupid some things are. Most of them were written on impulse, just as a way of letting out the fire.
I open up Facebook and see how lame most of the status updates are. Then the stuff some people do on Facebook and Twitter. And in real life. There are loads of things there to get angry about. Lame and stupid things people do. Lots of reasons to get angry with your parents, your friends, everyone around. I nearly lost a few friends.
I am angry at myself for being what I am. I even cut myself using a blade several times. I cannot forgive myself for the things I’ve done. I’ve acted lame and stupid. There’s no turning back. The scars remain.
Perhaps anger is something I will have to accept and live with. There’s nobody to heal the wounds. There’s nobody to talk to. Several people I trusted previously and talked these stuff with turned out to be less trustworthy or useless.
False pretense is something I will have to learn. To pretend that I’m fine. Coz there’s no other way.
I’m usually not easily annoyed at stuff, but others tagging me in new year wishes photos can really take me to the limit. And I know I’m not alone.
But how can you make another understand how annoying it is? If you’re not very careful explaining this can even lead to loss of friendship. Why? Because those who tag the stupid photos really think it’s some kind of ritual or pleasantry that has to be performed and they don’t want to think about it beyond that. When somebody explains how annoying the whole tagging thing is, all what the tagger hears is ‘blah blah’.
Not everyone can think in the same way. You can’t just make others think the way you like them to think. It’s simple as that.
So unless you want to risk the friendship, never try to explain one how annoying what he does is.
There seem to be many bloggers out there who think that the more gadgets they have in their blog sidebars the better. There are those blogs filled with dozens of bright and colorful banners and gadgets that it’s quite hard to focus on the actual blog content.
MP3 players are one of the lamest of these. They suck your bandwidth and can become a reason not to visit that blog again. To make the matters worse, the pause buttons of some of these players can’t be found no matter how hard you try. :/
And why would anyone put up a Clock gadget on their blog? Seriously!
And then there are those long FB fan page gadgets filled with lots of faces.
Even a big visitors count banner isn’t necessary. Okay, I have a small one in mine as well, but come to think of it, what would anyone gain from that except for some ego boost to the blogger himself?
I ordered an earphone (the one in pic) last week from ebay, which was priced at $0.99 (free shipping). And I received it just seven days later nicely packaged in a big envelop. It looks just like as was advertised, has quite good sound quality, and no defects to be seen.
Well, the factory cost of the earphone would be less than $0.99. But it would obviously cost more than $0.99 to send a package like that from Hong Kong to Sri Lanka, right? Or am I wrong?
We’re always distracted by our own thoughts.
Suppose you’re reading a book. Suddenly you might want to check the twitter stream. Or you might want to check out Wikipedia for a singer you love. Then you’ll notice that you’ve received some emails and want to reply them, or, worse, follow the links in them. This line of distractions is endless.
One of the simplest methods to avoid distractions is to write them down. When you’re doing something, have a small text editor opened in the background. Write in all the thoughts that come to you in it. This will prevent these thoughts from staying in your mind and getting stronger so that you’ll no more be able to resist.
Here’s an example text I wrote today while reading a book:
check today’s quotables
wikinews new messages?
check wiki abt trip hop
that fb app
the last of the mohicans
fix the bicycle wheel
google reader greader