Monthly Archives: July 2010

Daily tracking.

Any video gamer knows that your status bar is one of the most important things that you need to pay attention to. The information it provides you is vital. You need to know how much health you have left, for … Continue reading

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Perfectionism as an excuse.

I understand that the previous post may not completely make sense. It is also not as efficient, effective and straightforward as I would like it to be. It does not properly express what I want to express. If I had … Continue reading

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“50 Questions That Will Free Your Mind.”

Because sometimes asking the right questions is the answer. How old would you be if you didn’t know how old you are? Which is worse, failing or never trying? If life is so short, why do we do so many … Continue reading

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Why I am becoming an increasingly irritable person, and how I’m dealing with it.

Recently, I get really frustrated whenever I perceive people behaving in ways that I deem unbecoming. Why is this? One possible explanation that comes to mind which conveniently allows me to shirk responsibility for my experience is that my friends … Continue reading

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The War Prayer, by Mark Twain

It was a time of great and exalting excitement. The country was up in arms, the war was on, in every breast burned the holy fire of patriotism; the drums were beating, the bands playing, the toy pistols popping, the … Continue reading

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Future of Singapore, by Derek Wee

(emphasis mine! -Visa) When I read the Straits Times article (dated 24 Sep) on PM Lee calling the young to be committed and make a difference to Singapore, I have so much thought about the issue. I am 35 years … Continue reading

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Books: The God Delusion, by Richard Dawkins

Synopsis The book contains ten chapters. The first few build a case that there is almost certainly no God, while the rest discuss religion and morality. In dedicating the book to his late friend Douglas Adams, Dawkins quotes Adams’ Last … Continue reading

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