Morphine

Daniel Wu is…

…bloody HOT!!!

We can’t actually blame those green-eyed guys who think that he’s NOT just because they don’t possess such “GAYa-ness” in them.

His voice is bloody stimulating, like those who are having blocked-nose, darn soggy and moist.

Haha…

Protégé is a freaking good show. Seriously, just like Blood Diamond, instead of smuggling diamond, its drugs this time. Dang, it really gives us the insight into the drugs trading and syndicate. Double thumbs up to Derek Yee, the director of the movie.

Say “NO” to DRUGS people, not for the sake of pleasure of course. There is nothing more stupid than taking drugs. Watch the movie and see for yourself.

Yeah…

SPM results will be out soon. May all candidates could reap a tremendous and deserving reward. Best wishes to all of you.

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When Dolphins Cry

John Doe is never good with anyone. He criticizes and condemns everyone around him. He feels good and satisfied by passing judgment on them. Deep inside, he’s lonely because he knows he’s not any better compared to them. He makes fun of his friend’s appearance, sense of fashion and intelligence sarcastically. He’s unhappy but pretends as though he’s. His friends are always never good enough for him. He thinks he deserves a better company. He blames every one for his mistakes but not himself.

The above excerpt is not in any way in relation to anyone. It’s just a general idea of how unpleasant and unhappy one’s life could lead.

Lately, other than occupy with school work and assignment, we barely have enough time to sleep. Many of us are stressed out. Sometimes, a thoughtful deed or a gentle smile or even a caring gesture would make our day. How often do we take a moment to look around us? Watching the people around us? Noticing and sensing their changes?

Words are very powerful. Whatever we say affects another.

If only we could dig out some time to spend with the people around us and know them better in person instead of judging and weighing them through our tiny tinted glasses, it would definately give us another reason to tell ourselves, my life is worth living for. Most of the time, our preconception is the problem that always pushes us away from getting know the people around us. We fail to realise that people always want to be accepted and loved.

Why don’t we start treating people around with more tender, love and care?

It would for sure, make our life more meaningful than just be confined in our own and narrow world.