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Randomness After Midnight

Taking the lyrics for the song, “If You Only Knew” by Shinedown:It’s 4.03 and I can’t sleep,
Without you next to me,
I toss and turn like the sea
If I drown tonight,
Bring me back to life,
Breath your breathe in me,
The only thing that I still believe in is you,
If you only knew. So, I took some time to organize my photo album and I came across my quotation album. It’s basically an album where I combine quotes with the photos I take. Among the photos, there are some which contain the words of my heart. Soon, I stumbled upon this.A smile creased across my face and a tear rolled down my cheek. I can’t believe it took me 3 years to realize what I actually wanted in life. I can’t believe it took me 3 years to tell you what my heart felt. It feels rather awkward that a person who disappeared for 3 years suddenly reappears in your life.

Whatever I was thinking I will never know. To have the nerve to walk up to the girl I love and tell her what my heart felt after walking away many years back. T…

The Hidden Truth Behind War

I am back to blogging most probably because I have finally found a small measure of time for myself. Besides family, relatives, my relationship and friends as well as my research, I am glad I still have enough time to keep this old blog running. So, I would like to begin with a post inspired after a brief exchange of words between Adrian Chan and I, earlier today. The topic involves a word we find rather common in the newspapers. The topic of: “WAR!!” We begin this with the outbreak of World War 1, arguably the war of modern wars. By saying this, it is the starting point of many wars to come.The setting begins with Archduke Franz Ferdinand, heir to the Austro-Hungarian Empire, paying a formal visit to the city of Sarajevo, Serbia, a country soon to be annexed into the empire. Of course, when your country is about to be annexed, there are supporters who feel that it is necessary to advance and there are those who believe that it will tear the country apart. Tensions between countries a…