Youngest kid of six with an inferiority and black sheep complex, but determined that God saves not just his soul to heaven but the remainder of his manic-depressive life, so others won't say he became a Christian and remained a jerk.


On identity
i won't be transparent before i'm opaque. and you'll get to know me starting from the small things: who my favourite bands are. what kind of movies i like. who are my heroes.

On Christianity
I’m convinced that when confronted with sincere, real love, the Jesus factor will become obvious. But let’s not plant the cross before we carry it. I’m not trying to con you.

On dreams
Some dreams are meant to be achieved. I know that. But maybe other dreams are meant to drive us, privately. Never known to anyone but ourselves.


On melancholy
It is a sadness that, when choosing between crying and sighing, will choose sighing. I'd almost say that melancholy is being sad about sadness itself.

On memory and nostalgia
It saddens me when life moves forward and people decide that certain things are worth forgetting.

On language
I've learnt that the word irregardless is filed as a non-standard word in the English language. That's a lexicographer's way of saying it's not a real word.

On politics
Crowds are fickle things. So when we stand in the thousands and cry against the present government, do we know who we're actually crying for?

On society
People always want the best for themselves. But I want to sometimes take second or third or fourth best, just so that the loser down the road doesn't always have to come in last. It must feel like shit to always come in last.

On growing old
Leasehold property make me feel sad. It doesn't matter how old the family photos are that you put on your wall. It's your family but it's not really your wall.

On philosophy
I ask you, if God loves everyone, and if God is also incapable of loving evil, how can there be such a thing as an evil man?

On a daily basis
One line quips, like this.


Friday, April 06, 2007

One day, while Fish was busy working, Aardvark lent him a book.

"What a nice book!", exclaimed Fish. Actually he didn't exclaim. He just said "Hey, this is pretty cool". So Fish thanked Aardvark and brought it home. While waiting for his dinner to arrive, Fish thought, "I'll pull out the book and read". And so he did. And he read half of it. Then he thought, "I better keep it back in my bag, so tomorrow I can return it to Aardvark." And so he kept it in his bag.

Later, while waiting for his work to render, Fish thought, "I'll pull out the book to read". And so he did. And he read the other half of it. Then he thought, "I better keep it back in my bag, so tomorrow I can return it to Aardvark". But his work finished rendering. And his bag was at least five swims away.

"I'll put it in my bag tomorrow!", thought Fish.

Fish forgot.

Moral of the story: Fish forget.


Genusfrog [ 9:02 am ]


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