“I’m sick of not having the courage to be an absolute nobody. I’m sick of myself and everybody else that wants to make some kind of a splash.” J.D. Salinger
I can never quote this enough.
I hate that you were right about this from the start.
How can I stop envying everyone else?
Contentment. How do I get one?
how creative they all are.
And perhaps someone might be thinking that about me too?
You know they always say to treat others how you would like to be treated? Yeah, I’ve come to realise that it is important to treat yourself the way you treat others too.
Be kinder to yourself. That’s what I meant.
Anyhow, married friends of the internet! Won’t you please take some time to fill out this survey for me? It’s totally anonymous!
4km every other day (on good weeks)
Badminton with friends (occasional)
Walk between school and hall and canteen
Table Tennis Thursdays
8-9 hours daily
4-6 hours daily (average)
The Piano Teacher
The Invisible Man
(to be continued)
Sun Zi Bing Fa (for assignment, hardly any leisure)
N.A. cause some marbles were lost and there wasn’t time anyway
A recount and reflection of each day every single day
Some snail mails
A blog entry here and there
No no no no no no no no no
Maybe a blog entry here and there
But otherwise no no no no no no no, and no time
Only for assignments
7/10 and improving
6/10 and declining
??? 😐 ???
??? 😦 ???
Stop worrying about not being able to catch up on amount of work done, or level of skills acquired. You won’t be able to go anywhere if you don’t get that brain of yours fixed anyway. Relax, enjoy. And stop guilt-tripping yourself for goodness’ sake!
Does anybody ever feel this way?
That you are just masquerading your way through life?
I am actually a very ignorant person.
And I am so afraid that I’ll be called out for being so.