5 more days to ORD

It’s been 4 yeas in the making, and finally I get to officially say that I am ORDing. After disrupting from NS to continue my studies in NTU, I haven’t gone back to serve my remaining 40 or so days of NS during that four year period on summer break. Not until I completed my entire studies did I actually went back and serve.

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Believing in the signs, I’m still doubting myself

I believe in reading and looking out for subtle signs in your life. These can be subtle hints and clues as to how your life is gonna unravel in the future. I believe in the law of attraction. Things like being the best and the best will come to you. Being positive and the best things in life will naturally gravitate towards you. Wanting something, and thinking about it, immersing yourself in the things that would eventually get you there. I have been getting those signs, but somehow I still have these lingering doubts that my hopes might be misplaced.

It’s nothing major, like a small tumour in your body that just refuses to go away. Where you have gut feelings that says 100% that you should go for it, put your heart and soul into it and eventually you will get it. This small little tumour of doubt somehow is still in me, causing me to feel doubtful about my outcome. I guess I need to stay strong, immerse myself in the good things, be positive and believe in the hopes that my future would stay bright and the way that I want in coming months.

2013: A year of change

2013 is just around the corner and it is time again for me to draft out new year resolutions for 2013. I haven’t given much thought about it yet, but what I do no well is that 2013 is gonna be a a huge year for me. It is going to be a year of change. Drastic changes in my life. 2013 marks the end of my school life as I know it (maybe temporary), the start of finding a stable job and perhaps a career, and perhaps maybe something different altogether. Preparations that I make in 2013 will determine my life in the next 10 to 15 years as I have slowly come to realise it. I think that if I do not prepare for my own future, then I will definitely waste on the opportunity to get the future I want. Therefore, it is now very important for me to, in addition to doing the normal stuff that I have been doing, I also need to put effort to really prepare for my future. So from now till 2013, I need to think really hard and start planning what are the things I really need to prepare.

I have always been slow to flourish. But i never stop trying to achieve that state.

Molecular Evolution marks the end of my exams in NTU

Monday marks the end of my exams for this semester and also my entire life in NTU. Molecular Evolution is the module that so happens to be the last examination that I had to sit for in my entire NTU life. 4 years in the making and it has come to this.¬† Continue reading Molecular Evolution marks the end of my exams in NTU

The day I stop gaming, is the day I lose my youth and childhood.

About a month back, on the last day of my examinations for the semester, I remembered a conversation I had with a friend of mine. We were talking about gaming. Specifically we were talking about some of the upcoming games that were about to be released during the summer break. Eventually, it got on to the topic of Mass Effect 3, the final conclusion to the sci-fi epic RPG that I have been dying to play. I played the first two installments and I loved it to death. So it goes without saying that I just had to play the final game to see its conclusion. The game was released months back and I still hadn’t got hold of the game. So eventually my friend asked me when I would eventually play this game and it got me thinking; when will I EVER get to play this game? After a 360 degree turnaround on my summer plans for this year (going to Tunisia and all) I kinda suspect that I may never be able to play this game anytime soon. Finally towards the end, he made a harmless casual remark that somebody is ditching gaming and finally becoming a “responsible working adult’.

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