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Dreams are what you wake up from.

14 years of Livejournalling, and hopefully, more to come.

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Managed to get 30% off BreakTalk mooncakes, so bought quite a few boxes of Green Tea mooncakse for all those distant relatives that mean something to me. Now I'm waiting for the goods to arrive.
My boss was dishing out pointers on life the other day, and touched upon the topic of keeping friendships. According to him, a person's pool of friends grows with age, but so many drifts away with the passage of time that only a couple remain. I made a reflection at that moment in time, and suddenly realised how comfortable I am with my own private space that I never bothered to reach out to those friends around me, which over time, would dwindle into nameless faces. There is no right answer: to keep a small pool of really great friends or to have a large social network. And not to forget time with oneself.

Oh well, the sun's shining, and it's windsurf time again!

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I hope now you know why I'm called bus-stop.

darn i miss the sun
gee that rhymes

human beings are social creatures...just that we tend to fluctuate between small and large groups, noise and solitude, depending on our moods, emotions, needs and wants. So: a small group of really great friends or a large social network? Most ppl possess these and more simultaneously, but reach out to them at different times. Really great friends will be there when you need them, and when you don't, they have their own busy lives to take care of.

I used to worry that I wasn't spending enough times with the ppl who mattered to me. Then I realised that even without me, they led perfectly productive, happy lives. And I was glad for them. The ultimate perk of friendship? Being able to experience and share in the joy of ppl u care for.

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