Yor Ryeter

[1: 1,343 of 10,000] The Good Assistant Buys a MacBook Air

In Article on August 30, 2014 at 10:00 PM


I like to think that I am a good Assistant to the Owner of the company. My madness doesn’t end with acting like his wife, therapist, bitch, but I wanted to really feel how to be in his zone so I could make life easier and convenient for him. (I do believe one day I will have the best assistant of my own running the best business that I love.)

It is not really about losing my personality but I try to get things that he uses that I am not familiar with especially if I really think it is valuable. I bought a MacBook Air so whenever he gets lost in the haywire I could bring him right back to civilisation. I quickly shifted from Nokia mobile phone to iPhone. I read about Buddhism because he said he believes it; and ended up I have learned more than he knows?? I am even doing this without rubbing it off his face because it should be my responsibility to be abreast and a wonder woman!

My mother trained me well in making a customer comfortable and pleasing people that they are not inconvenient. My boss who is quite impatient is absolutely lucky for knowing me and offering me a job. He taught me a lot but I am sure my story doesn’t end here. Don’t get me wrong, I love Donna but I know in every inch of my being, I am a Jessica.

[1: 1,342 of 10,000] Why People Lie?

In Article on August 23, 2014 at 8:45 AM

It is fascinating to find different people who also have different opinion about the act itself. Lying is when you make up things that aren’t true; there couldn’t be any blacker or whiter than that definition. I actually met a person who says jazzing things up doesn’t crucially mean lying (say what?!)

I found this quote from Gotti that perfectly explains why people lie, it says -

John Gotti on Lying


He is absolutely right. I am not not guilty of lying but as much as I can I tell the truth because I should not be afraid or try not to screw up in the first place so nothing needs covering up. We lie because usually we don’t want to be humiliated, be in a compromising situation, or to simply rise above with what our ego craves us to be.

Next time we feel like lying, how about we try to -


A clear conscience makes a happy life and it makes us not question the integrity of other people and actually attract honest people like us. I never lied too much in my life that I could still remember all those times that I lied just to get ahead or just to avoid being scolded like a helpless kid, and it’s not comforting, it is better off unloaded and cleared. I am doing my very best that I no longer want to collect more lies to remember.

[1: 1,341 of 10,000] It Is Not So Hard To Find The Comedy

In Journal on August 16, 2014 at 8:00 PM

If your loved ones make a mistake, laugh it off, find the comedy.

Laugh It Out

I try to practise this now. I used to snap too easily, stressed out, and I find people to blame; but lately I just want to live a peaceful life so instead of making an issue and creating a bigger drama, I just let it go and find what’s funny from the situation.

Most of the time mistakes were really were accidents and they didn’t intentionally did it to hurt me. I love my loved ones so instead of getting irrationally mad, I just find the comedy and we share a laughter.



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