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Posts Tagged ‘Action’

[1: 1,899 of 10,000] Listen But Don’t Always Believe

In Article on October 8, 2017 at 11:09 PM

Talking Mind

Is your mind kept giving talks? Listen but don’t always believe.

I like to believe though that our mind is really not capable to grasp our willpower that we can do more… like 40% more than what our mind originally believed.

I hear my personal trainers in the gym said that you can do more, challenge yourself more, the limitation is all in the mind, but the body can surely exert more effort. Maybe except the time when my mind was so determined I could do the stepping on a box, but my knee got a mind of its own that I fell down. I laugh myself big time, it was really hilarious, but I know that I just have to strengthen my muscles and be patient. Take good night sleeps and eat right.

Success takes time and it is something worth learning at this time where everything is demanded to be instant.

[1: 1,778 of 10,000] The Latest Bourne Movie

In Review on August 14, 2016 at 12:56 AM


I’ve always watched Jason Bourne in the cinema because I like the story, Matt Damon, and the thrill it brings.

The new movie wasn’t rich enough in terms of story. Matt and Tommy were still amazing actors, the action was okay, the cinematography is good, but the story was really a let down. It wasn’t gripping enough to keep you wanting for more or be thrilled to see it again. Alicia Vikander was a pretty actress but her character was forgettable. Vincent Cassel on the other hand was more memorable but still his story isn’t good enough.

The first three instalments were captivating and the fourth lost a better development of characters like Jason’s biological dad or a better problem to solve.

If you ask me if I’ll recommend you to watch it, if you’ve been watching Bourne then you’ll be disappointed so it is okay that you wait for it in cable television. If this is the first Bourne that you’ll watch, well I’m quite curious about what you think; but I would recommend that you better watch the last 3 movies so you wouldn’t be missing the best bits.

[1: 1,771 of 10,000] Have You Been Wishing?

In Question on August 1, 2016 at 11:27 PM


Have you been wishing for things to happen or did you manage to make it happen?

[1: 1,480 of 10,000] I Have No Reason To Complain

In Article on May 28, 2015 at 9:40 AM

I absolutely have no reason to complain about in my life. Anything I needed to achieve my happiness is on me. If I am thirsty, I could get myself a drink. If I don’t know anything, I could be inquisitive. If I am sad, I simply smile and it would trick my brain that I am actually happy, hence what am doing while typing this blog post in a coffee shop (no I am not checking who is looking at me weirdly wondering why I smile crazily because it is my life).

There are goals that are not quite easy to get and this is indeed a challenging part. It will require me to be more patient to work harder, to be creative to find another route, or enjoy the journey and laugh at the confusion that I could not necessarily understand now or ever. Whatever the result, what’s important is I show up and do something about it.

The hardest part of dreaming is the moment when I know in every inch of me that it’s time to relinquish my control. I don’t know if you believe that there is someone looking after us, someone bigger than we could ever imagine, and when I’m willing to let Him guide me after all I could ever do, He’ll bring me peace and the ultimate success that gives me fulfilment.

I long for fulfilment, which I define as having the complete feeling that I matter because I have done something that matter not just for myself but for someone else or serving more that I could ever imagine.


[1: 1,447 of 10,000] Effort Means Everything

In Article on April 25, 2015 at 11:56 PM

Float in the Beach

I don’t care about anything but the quietness and calmness of every inch of my body. It’s a complete surrender. Floating on water is my favourite activity when I am in the beach.

I couldn’t hear the people who are few meters away, heck I barely understand my sissy holding one of my hands, my anchor, so I don’t sail away, well I still couldn’t swim. 😛 The water was particularly calm today, unlike last Saturday where there were waves splashing on my face although the quietness was still there. No Ariel or Ursula singing underwater.

Even such a beautiful escape took effort. Everything I love or I don’t love takes effort to finish. To give my heart the joy of nature’s water means I need to get up early, drive to the beach, pay the parking, and come home to quickly wash the swimming wears and towels.

It takes energy to even effortlessly do the things that I love. It needs action on my part to get it done. It’s just that, it requires me to be in the moment when I am doing it. Disregard the inconvenience, no complains, just breathe and enjoy it.

[1: 216 of 10,000] My New Five Favorite Words

In Calligraphy on May 17, 2011 at 6:54 PM

This is the formula for real fulfillment, it can’t be done without pain but yet there’s the smile.

Unless you actually do it, nothing is ever going to move.

You do it again in a different way, tap your wild imagination.

If you don’t love it, it isn’t worth it.

It lasts more than your very existence.