Tuesday, July 30, 2013


In the end, it is still a popularity contest. Be it in high school, or workplace. There I thought that things changes when you get to the working world where people are grown up; more mature. 

It is actually rather disappointing when you realize that popularity counts regardless you are in your uniform or not. Perhaps, this is called social skill? (Haha!) Well, I don't think I am the only one feeling this. Seen people post about similar things in my Facebook feeds where people rant out their frustration over something famously known as 'office polictics'. 

Sometimes, I couldn't help but to wonder if this so called social/people skill is much more important than your real work. If that is the case, why bother working so hard? Some people who seems to have 'better' social skills gets what you think you deserve whereby you feel you put your heart and soul yet they wouldn't matter if you do not have the mentioned skill, or mixing with the right people, or so they say. 

Not that I am complaining about my workplace, just a moment of epiphany. This is reality, this is life. Suck up to it! (This should not stop you from giving your all in everything you do though)

Just saying. 

Yours truly. 

Friday, July 12, 2013


I was driving to work yesterday morning when something uttered out from the radio station I tuned into that caught my attention. It was long and lengthy but what I could gather from the entire thing was summed up into this:

"Appreciate the difference in others as we are all human who are unique in our own way. When you learn to do that, you would see more goodness in others."

I couldn't help but to agree more on that. I have always been a firm believer about us humankind are difference individuals that are made unique. A pair of twins might look the same, might think very very very similarly but there will always be something that made each individual special just by being who they are. 

I think it is just human's nature to think that we are right all the time. Having that, some might even think that others that do not share the same thinking like them are just wrong. That shouldn't be that case isn't it? It is when we can accept that other people have the right to think that they are right for being who they are also just like we think that it is perfectly fine for us to be who we are. 

Hence, the whole I reminded myself to learn to accept the differences in others to see others in a better limelight. It is only then that we would be able to see others in a different limelight, hence making this world a better place to live in. 

Make love, not war. 


Yours truly.

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