Saturday, 10 March 2012

I didn't realize it before.


The thing that I've been asking people about, searching for last, I got it! I figured it out. How? It's by being on the other side of the story. When you're in that story, you don't feel anything. But when you're watching/reading the story, you'll feel all sorts of emotions from it. I didn't get it before. I was curious, how is it that people can see what I can't see? I kept on thinking but to no avail.

So, I tried a different approach. By being them. See it through their eyes. And I think it helped. Well, it didn't actually prove anything but at least this gives me peace of mind. Rather than continuing to brainstorm, urgh very tiring I tell you. And I have so many other things to do.

Okay, now that that's settled, I can do something else. Huhuhu...


My dad once told me..."you shouldn't say something like that in front of these people". Something like that? These people? Actually, the story goes like, dad and mummy were at a driving range coz my dad wanted to practice hitting golf balls and after 90+ balls, he asked me to try. I didn't want to because I know I wasn't good at it, but part of me wanted to try...just once. So, I agreed. Tried hitting this one ball but failed numerous times. I was fed up, I blurted out "ishh, benci la main golf!" in front of many golf enthusiasts, including my dad. And he said the aforementioned phrase. I was like, what's wrong with that? I didn't understand what I said wrong.

It isn't as easy as it looks. 
(tongue-twister! try saying that 10 times in a row)

Then, today...I understand why. The same thing happened. But this time, I'm one of the 'golf enthusiasts'. Hearing a person say like that about something we like, something we're pursuing, something we're hurtful. Even if we have no rights over his/her opinion about it. So, the moral of the story? Brainstorm and figure it out by yourself. Huhihuhi...


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