Archive for March, 2010


Thursday, 25 March, 2010

The pop culture to me right now has no real life value:

People stuck at pop muisc,   pop news,  porn and games.  Speeding internet is making these all easy to reach by figure tips (sorry newspaper, magazines and TV are losers to it).  Besides, cell phone calls/text messages/emails popping up from time to time to spread these things repeatedly and even closer.  A lot of people not only using these tools heavily to get life wasted but also got addicted and become vanity.

Then comes all kind of dramas that playing like the movies: puppy loves,  quick night stands, cheating on work and the true love ones, and finally things turn ugly and happiness just pop and gone because it is not real and cannot last forever. Trying to say ‘love you and always keep you in my heart’, and next minute, pop the back door and fx*! the head off with someone off the internet. And hoping tomorrow’s bills and troubles never come and kids will grow on their own.  It’s so called movies reflect lives and real life contains them all.  These people cannot be waken up and they are on this “pop drug” to keep fool themselves around. They never understand the nature of the “pop” — emotionally unstable and couldn’t last for real long. The pop culture itself will stay and things and people within keep changing like the wind will keep blowing and the sand and dirt will be pushed everywhere and nowhere.

It’s interesting to see the truth — whoever make these pop medias are riches in life and not only they could control their lives but deeply impact the general public. And whoever deliver those, just make a living.  Lastly, whoever suck on those, quickly (pop:) end with vanity.

Real thoughts

Tuesday, 23 March, 2010

“…stripping away denial and rationalization you start coming to the truth of who you really are…”

— Tiger Woods,

2010, March 21st, ESPN interview

This  cannot be done by just looking in mirror 🙂 It takes time on real thinking!

Second real thought:

“The happiness of your life depends upon the quality of your thoughts”

— Marcus Aurelius Antoninus Augustus

Roman Emperor (121-180)

The actions from the quality thoughts would produce visible happiness as well.