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February 14, 2012 at 2:35 am (Uncategorized)

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The Judge sentence you to….

February 14, 2012 at 1:02 am (Uncategorized)

I don’t mind that you judge a person if your profession is well, a Judge in the court of law. Other than that, I personally feel that you don’t have the rights to judge a person at all. No matter the past or problem, big or small, at no circumstances at all should you judge a person. You just don’t have the rights and it’s as simple as that.

We are humans and we judge others, it’s normal. Well how about, let’s be inhuman and not judge others, it’s abnormal. It’s okay for you to have a personal view on someone but to judge a person is similiar to stereotyping.

So, would you judge a person you barely know for 10 months? When I mean barely, you only know his name,age,birthdate,hobbies and how he interacts with you and others around you for that 10 months. Would that be sufficient grounds to judge someone? Do I judge? No. I only have a personal view but it’s backed by rationalisation on why someone acts a certain way. Let’s say, I see this person as being loud and offensive, I will not label him as a vulgar person. Instead, I tell myself that this person is loud and offensive because there might be something that is bothering him. That is when I try to be on the same thinking frequency just so that this person opens up to me. This way, I get to find out why a particular person acts a certain way without the need to judge him.

Do I need to say more?

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Protected: I disappoint you, time and again. But just so you know,….

February 2, 2012 at 1:05 am (Uncategorized)

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August 2, 2011 at 7:58 pm (Uncategorized)

School’s already in it’s 16th week but I’m still sleeping through this course of mine. No revisions done until now plus I don’t even really concentrate in class. I’m living student life like I’m still an ITE student, always thinking I will surely pass my exams/test. At the rate I’m going, I don’t think I can even be in the GPA range of 3.5. I’d better start to do something immediately or I will suffer in the exam halls in 3 weeks time.

I have been away from this internet journal of mine for a long time and it feels like I have so much to rant about. Till then putos.

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July 31, 2011 at 1:33 pm (Uncategorized)

It has been ages and I just feel like going in WordPress and read back on my previous posts.

Anyway, life has been quite interesting for me. I have finished with my National Service on the 5th May 2011 as a Full-time Police National Service Officer. I miss donning the uniform so much! It’s exciting to be part of something that lets you know more about the darkside of the country we live in.

That aside, I’m currently pursuing a diploma in one of the local polytechnic. I’m loving it there for the fact that I don’t need to work. Being a student is more fun than working minus the part where you always don’t have enough money for yourself. I made a promise to myself that I will change my ways when I start life as a student.
3 Things:
1 – Quit smoking (I went cold turkey on the 7th July 2011)
2 – Join a Sports CCA (I’m in Track & Field)
3 – No grades should go beyond a B. (So far, so good)

So what is up for me next?
1 – Enrol and book BTT A.S.A.P
2 – Exams in 3 weeks time
3 – Attachments on the 29th Aug
4 – POL-ITE Track & Field meet on the month of October.

Until then, Happy Fasting during Ramadhan, my muslim brothers and sisters!

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