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Archive for March, 2007

5.28am

Perhaps one of the worst kinds of pain is when a person has a strong yearning for love or affection, either from a friend or a lover, but due to unforseen circumstances or even, interpersonal inadequacies, fails to obtain it. If you would ask me, can the explanation behind our emotions be simply boiled down to some activity in the [...]

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Meme

If you leave a comment on this post: 1. I’ll respond with something random about you 2. I’ll challenge you to try something 3. I’ll pick a color that I associate with you 4. I’ll tell you something I like about you 5. I’ll tell you my first/clearest memory of you 6. I’ll tell you [...]

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Contemplation

” Some people smoke cigarettes because it allows them to see their breath in front of them, the proof that at the very least, they’re alive. I write for the same reason.” – Phyllis Levin I know I am still alive. Even though I somehow feel that something inside me is either dead or dying, [...]

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Something to think about: Most of us derive identity from the world around us. As infants, we are just a jumble of diverse biological processes over which we have no authority, and our first task in life is to develop a coherent personality which “pulls together” this fragmented confusion. Our first sense of coherence comes [...]

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Not now, but not never.

People, situations and relationships change. Like it or not we need to adjust accordingly, even if it causes discomfort, especially in the context of a relationship. We need to know when to give and when to withdraw for the benefit of those involved. Sometimes when things are strained between two parties, there definitely needs to [...]

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Cooked.

Just wanna jump into my bed, cuddle up with my soft toys and leave all my tasks at hand on hiatus, even if the deadlines are screaming at me. It is only when I’m feeling stressed out and with a bad case of PMS that I realise how comfy my bed is, and how cuddly comforting my soft [...]

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Taken from The New York Times, Oct 8 2002:  Japanese Masters Get Closer To The Toilet Nirvana By James Brooke NARA, Japan – Japan’s toilet wars started in February, when Matsushita engineers here unveiled a toilet seat equipped with electrodes that send a mild electric charge through the user’s buttocks, yielding a digital measurement of [...]

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