Saving My Assassin is a book that will keep you hooked from the first page up to the last and believe me, I don't read much under the autobiography genre, especially a memoir. And to be honest I'm not really a religious person, I don't pray much or attend church masses but that doesn't mean I don't believe in God and the possible things that faith in Him could do. This book astonishes me because it shows how a person could be so powerful and courageous when being guided by their strong faith in God.
T_T I’ve been sick for a week now and my physician told me that I’ll be needing another week of bed rest. Still, moving of the files are not done yet! >.< But I'm happy to have finished moving my fansite of Shinji Hirako! XD Yay! Please feel free to visit the fansite if you are a big fan of BLEACH and Shinji Hirako. Another thing about the fansite, moving my fansite of Kisuke Urahara may take a while; that’s because I am currently revamping the entire site from its layout design to its contents. I need to change the old layout because it’s very old school… since I made it before I became proficient with Adobe Photoshop. Another moving of the fansite that will be delayed is Hideto Takarai’s (aka HYDE)! LOL. Summer is coming so I will do everything I can during that period.
School is also tiring having a lot of breaks 3 days a week. I am honestly exhausted. XD Seriously? Pumapasok ka lang ng 2 days a week, yet exhausted ka pa sa lagay na yan? LMAO. And to think that our quizzes has been postponed twice! Urgh!
Lastly, I have the bookie! 😀 You can now visit the guestbook and write something about what you think of DC’s network. Make sure to specify which network you’d like to post your comment though. That’s all for today, I guess and that’s it. XDNo Comments
Woot! Today was really a total blast. I attended the Mangaholix 3 Convention (a.k.a. M3Con) held at the World Trade Center East Pavilion, Roxas Blvd. Cor. Buendia Ave. Pasay City, Manila. 😀 I actually brought my friend Melanie with me and before we headed at the event, we first stopped at my sister’s house in Taguig City; which actually was also an event – triple birthday celebration! We arrived at he house around 11AM and of course, we took a bite first. We had menudo, fried chicken, spaghetti, adobo and a lot more so Melanie and I were fully charged.
We took a cab from Taguig to World Trade Center… we were kind of nervous because we don’t want to get lost so we walked and finally found ourselves at the place. XD We were standing at the ticket booth when I received an SMS from my dA friend; Ghel so I picked up my phone and called her. I was still talker to her on my phone when I saw her coming out of the door running towards me XD it was actually our first time meeting each other but we hugged as if we’ve known each other for years. It was pretty funny.No Comments
Today’s Post – First Things First
For more than a month, I stopped updating Overkill due to personal reasons (school, life, house and whatnots). I’ve been doing my homeworks and projects so I’m really busy at the moment. But I’m planning to add some more pages here this coming semestral break. 😛 I’ll try to make the main pages as neatly as possible and upload them once it’s done. Ne?
Oh yeah.. just randomizing; the Bloodbath category is actually the word I call life. So when you see a Bloodbath category, that means I would also be talking about the happenings outside Overkill.
10 June 2009 | 3:09 PM – Move… Move!
I thought it would be easy but it’s more difficult than I ever expected. Moving folders and files from a different host to another is really tiring. I don’t know where to start! T_T I was thinking about moving the fansites I made on GeoCities first before the others but my mind is going so random. >_< My eyes hurts!
by Morton M. Hunt
Ref. Reader’s Digest January 1957 Lewis Nordyke Robert Moses
Have you ever found it impossible to figure out some gadget until someone showed you, then said, “Of course! Why didn’t I think of that?” Have you ever found it difficult to make a seemingly ordinary decision? Have you ever forgotten a friend’s name when introducing him at a party?
These things don’t usually happen by chance. All of us, in the tangle of “electric circuits” inside our heads, have millions of bits of information stored away. But sometimes when we have a problem to solve—even a simple one—short circuits prevent the relevant information from getting out. Psychologists call these short circuits “mental blocks.”
The commonest kind of mental block is emotional. Fear, as most of us know, can sometimes blank out all intelligent thought. But even mild apprehension can cause a block. In an experiment, 50 university students had to translate a number of sentences into a simple code, some of the sentences being calculated to make the students nervous. One such was: “My family does not respect my judgment.” The uneasiness this idea caused has an immediate effect on the students’ thinking power. It took them longer, and with 50 percent more errors, to code all such loaded sentences than the neutral ones.
When you find a simple problem perplexingly difficult, ask yourself whether some element in it is upsetting you—perhaps it merely reminds you of something unpleasant. A salesman may delay a call, for example, because the customer reminds him of someone he fears or dislikes. Just recognizing a block of this sort will often help clear your mental circuits.No Comments