Sunday, March 8, 2015

- Predictably Irrational

1. Doesn't it scare you, how in one snap, one second, people can change their mind? How in fact, people are predictably irrational and thus it makes their acts, their decisions, their responses, their reactions are inconsistent, are subjective and depending on too much variables with limited knowledge.

2. And yet, we are born as individual and social being which makes us sometimes, on certain conditions, to certain people, dependent.

3. Although, growing up as adults, we are becoming more and more aware of the fact that we should never depend on anyone but ourselves, that we cannot put our happiness on anybody’s hands but ours. Because it will make us irresponsible, to ourselves.

4. But on that condition, to that people, we are devoted, we glued ourselves.

5. Until one day, like any other day, we unconsciously blink, and these people are gone. They change their minds. One day they love, one day they are not. Predictably irrational.

6. Maybe that’s what marriage is for. To make it all less scary. Love, love is another thing. It’s like how man can separate sex from love. Love and marriage; they are apples and oranges.


Friday, January 2, 2015


It's been a long time. I guess the longest one. Actually 2014 was gone just like that. It's been fun, but just like that, it's 2015 already. I'm not saying that it didn't leave any marks in my life, but it's gone too fast. I think I've been using most of the times in 2014 to work. So.., one snap and it is 2015 now. Damn..

I'm getting old. Still so much to achieve, but I will already be 25 by this June. OMG.

But you know what, I learned a lot in 2014. I learned that sky really is the limit. That if everyday we push ourselves a little more, we actually can. I learned that everybody has their comfort zone. Sometimes it's a place, a career, and sometimes it's a person. And there's no way we can judge people about that. Leaving comfort zone is one of the hardest thing to do. So just let them learn their way.

That's all for today. And, MERRY CHRISTMAS AND HAPPY NEW YEAR 2015, folks! Keep succeeding!

- Alice.