Listen to the Rain

 

I don’t know if anyone love to read my stuff here – most of it kind of personal – but here I am writing more stuff, still. I can’t commit to the regular or schedule-type of postings, so blog updates usually happen based on my mood; also knowing that my weblog here will remain active as long as I kept renewing my domain every year.

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Envious or Desirous over Someone’s Life?

In many instances, social media may contribute to a contradictory feeling of jealousy and admiration. Come to pass, I was scheming through the net to contrive for a couple of inspirational reading, and my surveillance disembarked to a page of an amazing globetrotter, which convinced me to explore more about her biography. I’m not a stalker utterly, but I just got excited. You perceive you can’t control that eagerness when you found someone who has similar interests and personalities like you; the only difference is that, she’s living a life that you’ve always dream of, and you’re not.

After leafing through her public profiles all over (I doubt the public viewing was done intentionally so that others can be amazed of how great her life is), I started to feel the sense of envy, although she became my persuasive person primarily. She resembled the person of whom I was meant to be, and how I wish I could pursue her steps.

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My List of Unintentional Things to Learn

I stumbled upon this subject after grazing through some primitive notes and rusty reminders in my phone. In the past year, I have more or less scribbled a countless of random things which I’ve planned to do through the whole of my life. In the long run, these to-dos may be sensibly framed up as things that I wish to learn (or to make great strides).

My perspective was to keep the list as private in the first place. Nevertheless, I’ve reconstructed my brain and decided to share it among others. It doesn’t matter anymore to me whether the list is mortifying or idiotic; whether or not if it’s bizarre or ordinary, insane, or even wicked.

No one is perfect.

To me, in bits and pieces, the list was deliberately for the sake of enjoyment. Attentively, I perceived from the very beginning that some of it may not make any sense due to hypothetical factors for instance: age, financial, health, time, etc. Potentially some could be inspiring, while others may fall under good to learn. Of course, I kept reminding myself there’s no harm to escape, although it’ll be exceptionally incredible if I could master it.

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