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[1: 1,651 of 10,000] Inside Out

In Journal on November 14, 2015 at 10:22 PM

Inside Out

I intended to watch Inside Out to laugh, I thought cartoons is light and I would laugh, and yet my tears started the moment the first memory came up and then it lasted until the end of the movie.

It particularly pokes me whenever a past is getting brought out. That blue sad girl makes me really sad.

It is interesting to possibly see how a man’s brain works in a colourful fun way. It intrigues me. I am so curious if I go study psychology that what I’ve seen in the movie will probably my point of reference when I imagine. It excites me to create a novel again, something fun, something whole, and something logical.

[1: 981 of 10,000] Be Your Favorite Heroes

In Article on April 5, 2013 at 12:00 AM

I want you to imagine your favorite hero or heroes. Do you have it? Bear with me with this simple exercise about courage and inspiration.

Iron Man & PepperMine is Iron Man and Pepper, I like both characters with these following qualities:

Tony Stark / Iron Man

  1. Overly confident who has the right to do so in my opinion anyway
  2. Genius
  3. Wealthy
  4. Impressively owns high tech gadgets
  5. Gorgeous
  6. Heart and Courage for true justice
  7. Get his hands dirty especially when building the suit or working at the lab


  1. Smart
  2. Dignified
  3. Hot
  4. Caring
  5. Strong
  6. Responsible
  7. Fearless

It is fair that you may argue with my chosen heroes and their highly fanatic adjective attachments but why don’t you describe your own chosen hero. Got that written down?

Now imagine your fear or block or wall that hinders you to achieving your dream or desired freedom. Embody the qualities you just enumerated about your model, then act… The truth is, when you start facing and conquering your battle, you will win like your hero if you put your focus, energy, effort, and love into it. It is possible that you will fail but try again. It is possible that you may never win the battle but it will teach you a lesson for the mere fact of pursuing that would eventually lead you to a better place.

So, go be a HERO yourself!

[1: 943 of 10,000] Make It Happen

In Poem on February 27, 2013 at 11:59 PM


Make it happen

Even if there is obstacles

Because that would only prove how much you want it


Make it happen

Even if it is too good to be true to enjoy ‘coz it is happening

Unless it is an empire and it multiplies the story doesn’t end


Make it happen

Even if you’ve reached the dead end

There is always another door, another key, another way, tiresome but it exists


Make it happen

Because you are bold, you are strong, and you take only the yes answers

It is never impossible because you my friend is created in the image and likeness of the reigning infinite maker of impossibilities


Make it happen

Not for him, not for her, but for you

Are you still doubting? Stop! Make it happen


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[1: 856 of 10,000] Baby Girl Psychology Works

In Article on December 6, 2012 at 11:59 PM

I am used to be dead strict and grumpy. I usually act as the older sister that commands the house with order. Then one day, my family named me “Baby Girl” after watching the movie “Sucker Punch”.

I somehow embodied a different persona and since then my guard was down and I am completely changed. I am kinder, sweeter, and pretend I am really a baby as I am treated as one. I guess, my deep self was longing for more love and affection and this was my way of feeling that. It usually an act that is filled with comedy and fun!

Baby Girl

[1: 826 of 10,000] Anger Is Still a Passion

In Article on November 8, 2012 at 11:59 PM

A person who is angry makes his heart palpitate like crazy and if he has a conscience wouldn’t really feel good at the end of the day.

The person being angered especially if at fault will feel like crap, sad, and if not strong enough would fall apart.

People use anger to denote dismay, disapproval, or the scariest reason is to hide ones weakness.

There are rare people who no longer see anger as a good way to express disappointment because they’ve achieved complete compassion on others, they know that there are better ways to express and communicate the real deal, and anger could cost unhealthy results.

Anger needs an outlet and trashing it on to another person is not really helping but hurtful.

Personally I am in the middle. I have found inner peace and acceptance that life will end and I don’t want to spend a day with madness.

Photo Source: SouLar Bliss

[1: 667 of 10,000] What’s Up With My Temper

In Journal on June 24, 2012 at 9:18 PM

I don’t like how my temper is because I end up being grumpy with my lovable siblings. They don’t deserve it and I don’t like myself for doing it.

I am trying to figure out what is triggering this and partly I blame my new mates at the office who frequently swear and get mad incredulously just about to anyone that don’t meet their fancy. I am calm and happily working at the office, my difference from them is I love my work and they don’t so I remain chirpy grounded.

The problem is when I get home; I get cranky with silly things. My siblings noticed the change and I am afraid instead of me trying to influence the people at work, they are slowly planting anger in me. The environment is not good but I am not giving up. I remind myself to calm down and be loving.

I know there was a study that being grumpy can actually help in concentration and solving difficult problems. I am a bit stressed out but it doesn’t give me the right not to be kind. Enough excuses, here comes the positive Yor wherever I may be.

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[1: 623 of 10,000] Anger Gets Something Done

In Article on April 21, 2012 at 8:21 PM

Why do people act to do the impossible when someone starts to get mad? Although a person who will acknowledge anger is someone who does care.

Is it a circumstance? Was it the excuse of “I have no choice and I can’t do anything”?

We recently bought plane tickets from a travel agency that we never tried before. They lied about the issuance of e-ticket and finally one day we got tired and pissed that we are mocking them for their incompetence. We got the tickets after much anger.

It was quite sad. I was disappointed about the service considering I am expecting a great experience. I don’t usually advertise a bad company in this blog but I think consumer has the right to know especially if the company was lying about their claim that they serve fast.

BEWARE: Ghaliyah Travel who is doing business in Dubai will not be able to issue e-ticket exactly on the day that you purchase it.

Photo Source: LWA/Photographer’s Choice/Getty Images

[1: 575 of 10,000] Lemon Detox Diet – Day 3

In Review on March 9, 2012 at 8:31 AM

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The second day is excruciating because I miss food. I knew that it is going to be a challenge because I belong to a family who enjoy food.

The photo above is what I’m drinking everyday. I use bending straw to add attitude. 🙂

I told my friend about what I’m doing and informed her about my waiting bag of potato chips and she said – NO! Read the rest of this entry »

[1: 574 of 10,000] Lemon Detox Diet – Day 2

In Review on March 8, 2012 at 9:47 AM

For the new visitor of this post, I started the so called Lemon Detox Diet yesterday. This post is actually the experience of yesterday too.

I completed Day 1 without cheating! No food intake aside from the Detox Juice + Mineral Water. I’m pretty proud of myself but I got to say it was a challenge. I painted my nail with perky red from Revlon to enjoy the day (nail polish gives me a different kind of euphoria) and restraining myself from screwing up my diet.

Day 1 Stat

Weight – 142 lbs. (Lost 6 lbs.) Read the rest of this entry »

[1: 448 of 10,000] So What Does That Make Me?

In Article on November 22, 2011 at 12:01 AM

  1. When I see someone new I try to associate the person to the closest look alike. Like Julianne Hough (the lead star of the new Footloose movie), since she’s new to me I can’t stop thinking she has resemblance to either Meg Ryan or Kelly Preston. I know that when a new person get introduced to you, think of something to remember their name in case you meet again, but for movie star, really I have to do that. She’s an artist and deserves to be treated with respect. Although some people do looked alike, it took me awhile to tell this is Charlize Theron and that’s Ashley Judd. Photo 1 Source
  2. I know that museum put the sign “Please Do Not Touch” for a perfect reason but sometimes I just can’t control to try and touch. The world will not end. Or will it? I did it once during my visit to a certain place that displays old things that I will not tell where. It felt liberating. If you’re watching “How I Met Your Mother” they got a funny episode just about the same. Photo 2 Source Read the rest of this entry »