Monthly Archives: October 2005

doable and doa-able

When I was young I used to believe that stars too high to reach are still within our grasp. that no matter what it takes, how you do it; be it hopping on the same shuttle as MR Armstrong, or … Continue reading

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meme.. keeps me going updating

I’ve been nagging her for her state of idleness. Months went by, and each time I clicked my link to her’s.. it was the same ‘ol entry. And lately I’ve beeh “oohh” and “aaahhh” noticing each beautiful, thought-provoking entries she … Continue reading

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OK.. STAY CALM.. BREATHE, BREATHE, BREATHE… no, no, no not HYPERVENTILATING!!!!! Anyone, care to teach me Lamaze’s* way of breathing?????????? …… *The Lamaze technique of childbirth was popularized in the early 1950s by French obstetrician Dr. Ferdinand Lamaze, who discovered … Continue reading

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Of miliseconds..

Passing some thoughts for this blessed month.. Ibn Mas`ud:I never regretted anything except a day that passed by without having increased my deeds. Al-Hasan Al-Basri:Every day the sun rises it calls upon us, “O people! I am a new day; … Continue reading

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The Courage to Be Myself

Exposing too much of oneself across this virtual world does no good. Yup, but taking the comfort of having this outlet to voice out my worries and concerns, I rather soothe this emotional upheaval I’m currently experiencing. Is it the … Continue reading

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The fighting’s in oneself

Sometimes ppl don’t understand why some do things differently or simply just do things. Unconciously we begin to formulate judgements, using logical calculations, we try to reason with ppl’s behaviour. The thing is the exterior that we used to potray.. … Continue reading

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Since when weekends seemed to pass in 30 minutes? I’ve been pondering on that question for some 30 minutes or so, staring blankly at the screen; unaware of the pics changing now and then. Heh, so that makes my weekend … Continue reading

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