Monday, November 14, 2016
My roommate asked about my views on alcohols and drugs just now.
Well I don't do them both.
I've always had an aversion to alcohol and it seems like no matter what I drink, the alcohol always has a bitter taste. The last time I really drank alcohol was during Chinese New Year. And guess what, I'm actually a pretty good drinker. Okay, I lied. I drank only up to 3 glasses of Kahlua, a glass of Tia Maria and a can of beer that day. With my family, neighbours and mom's friends. Yeah.
I watched Skins recently and they treat drugs very casually. Like it's no big deal. It doesn't show the addictiveness it's said to cause. But I still remember all those seminars we had during primary school. Brought addicts to share their testimony and showed gory pictures.
I believe both aren't good for you. But I think drugs are worse? Drink if you're celebrating! Just don't get wasted and embarrass yourself and lose your virginity or something. And not too often. It ruins your liver.
And don't do drugs.
Tuesday, November 1, 2016
My life is near perfect now. I have a good God, and that's that basically. University is going well, and good stuffs are happening. In many forms.
Yet I'm still here to rant a little.
People should stop talking about stuff they don't know about. Don't stir up gossips, especially when you know it does more harm then good. Just why would anyone do that? Especially those who you once hold dear? Beats me.
People should stop beating around the bush and get straight to the point. Simplicity really is underrated. People need to learn to focus on what matters and move forward from there. Wallowing in the past is useless isn't it? "I told you so" doesn't help anyone, does it?
People should think before they talk. Think before they do stuff. Certain stuff bear certain consequences, and if you're not ready to face the consequences maybe you shouldn't do it at all.
Probably this is a note to self as well. But yeah.
Anyway, again, life is bright. Studies are well, relationships are well, life is pretty much too good to be true now. So instead of letting these little pebbles bother us, why not we focus on the gold that God had given?