I like to share my most favorite David Choi song – “Better You” from the album “By My Side”.
Aside from the music, the song’s lyrics has somehow been an inspiration to me especially when I feel like trying to become better in anything. Maybe most of the time we think about making ourselves better and hoping that people will notice it.
One of the lines that I like from the song is “I wonder if you talked to me, would you see a better man? I sure hope that’s what you’d do, ’cause I would see a better you”. I realized that we should also give others the same chance for them to become better as well. Sometimes, we don’t want to be judged based on our past actions and mistakes. But sometimes, we judge others as well based on their past actions and mistakes too. Or sometimes, we are judge and we judge based on first impressions.
I wonder what the world would be like if we all just got along
There would be more happy songs; we’d be dancing all day long
I wonder if you talked to me, would you see a better man?
I sure hope that’s what you’d do, ’cause I would see a better you
Don’t waste a minute not being happy. If one window closes, run to the next window – or break down a door.
- Brooke Shields
Okay, so what inspired me to do this post? Well, maybe because of the recent events and realizations that I had. Well, let’s just say that I am inspired to do more and to explore new things. I know it’s gonna be hard but I think that’s really part of the process.
I think the quote above by Brooke Shields would be perfect to express how I feel for the moment for the photo I posted in Instagram yesterday. Maybe there’s nothing wrong if we take chances and explore new things.
What’s messier right now — your bedroom or you computer’s desktop (or your favorite device’s home screen)? Tell us how and why it got to that state.
I think that is a tough question. All I know that my bedroom and computer’s desktop at work are both messy right now.
Why they got to that state?
For my bedroom, maybe I don’t have enough time on weekends to fix everything. But a “general cleaning” is one of my plans before the year 2014 ends. But even though my bedroom is messy, I still know where to find my things there.
And for my computer’s desktop (in the office – please see screenshot above), I think it has been my practice to save important and temporary files in my desktop for easier access, and I just forgot to delete them (though most of the files are not actually mine).
Source: Sweeping Motions