recently I realised how easily satisfied I was with myself. that's kinda shameful! D: we always hear of people who set high standards for themselves, but go lenient on others. I seem to be the exact opposite, I'm always making up excuses for myself, telling myself that I've done well enough, never bothering to reach higher standards. perhaps being over-optimistic? and yet I have high expectations of others, and get undeniably disappointed in them if they don't do things the way I expect.
well people have their excuses too :D forgive and forget, and give people chances.
and today I also understood why they always say we whine about what we don't have and easily forget about what we do have. of course we've all heard that, but we don't stop to think of how it applies to us. or simply dismiss it as something that cannot be helped, because it's in our characters to do so. so I ought to make this a constant reminder: cherish what you have, don't be overwhelmed by yearning for more.
on another note, City Harvest spoke of the 15-Revolution. honestly I've forgotten about it for a long time, but I think I ought to work on it. starting from home :D
2 more days to CTs, 4 days of torture, and it's plaaaaaaytimeeeeee! happyhappy (: