Monthly Archives: May 2010
26 May, 2010
25 May, 2010
17 May, 2010
With just one song but in three different languages.
I’m loving the English version cause I don’t need subs to understand what they are saying. Hopefully, they will realease new songs soon. Until then, enjoy their new song:
“2 Different tears”
By the way Hae Lim voice is really awesome. She really fits well on well SunMi spot. Can’t wait to see them on the stage on Music Bank or other Korean Music shows.
12 May, 2010
6 May, 2010
Have you noticed that no matter how much we advance as a race we still end up fighting?
When I used to grow up, I was oblivious to what was going on around me.
- I didn’t know that there were still wars out there.
- I didn’t know that people were suffering.
- I didn’t know about politics.
- I didn’t know about money.
- I didn’t know anything about what the real world.
I was 14 years old when the world around me started changing. On 11 September 2001, I was preparing to go out and play, when my parents called me to the living room. They were watching TV and they were upset.
They were showing the Twin Towers going down.
I still remember what I said: “Cool movie!” and then I went out to play and hang with my friends. When I got home, my parents told me that it wasn’t a movie and that it was really happening in real life.
My stupid brain didn’t get it then. “Okay it happened but what does it got to do with me?” was my thought.
You see, I was so used to seeing movies with people getting killed, wars, dramas and so on, that when it happen in real life it didn’t even occur to me that I should probably feel (at least) sad.
Now, after 9 years, I am very much aware of things that are happening around me. And my conclusion from my short life: As the most intelligent race on this planet we sure are a bunch of morons.
I doubt there was ever a moment of peace in the history of human kind. It seems we get a kick from starting wars from any reason.
You know, everything that we do in our lives has a direct link with what happens around us. But, when the outcome isn’t the one we expect it to be, we go berserk and put the blame on others. And, everything else starts from there.
And, it’s in moments like this that I remember a short novel that I read in primary school. I don’t remember who wrote or what it is called I just remember the content (it was really long ago).
It’s about a Supreme Being that keeps records with the advancement of all the species in the universe. And one day, his loyal friend comes over and tells him that the human have already discovered the atomic energy. The Supreme Being is really happy and opens a special book where he keeps records of the most intelligent species. While he writes the name of the humans, he asks his friend: “On what planet did the humans test the atomic energy?” At which his friend replies: “On their own planet”.
At this stage, the Supreme Being just looks blankly at his friends and with his pen traces a line over the humans name saying: “It’s such a shame”.
The humans were the only ones in the Supreme Being special notebook being erased.
So, my question is: “What’s the use of evolving and consider ourselves the most intelligent beings on this planet if all that we can do is enslave ourselves?”
3 May, 2010
I started liking gobelins since I was in primary school but never found the time to work on one.
I did start a few some years ago but I never got to finish them (because they were big and complicated and I was just a beginner) and after a while I lost interest in finishing them. But two weeks ago I saw a very cute model; I bought it and started working on the gobelin. I’m almost half way throw it and it’s a good thing. I think in a week or two I will finish it.
What do you think? Is it cute or not?