I always observe people. It’s my past time. But observing people around me only leads me to judge them. I didn’t mean it, it just came up. Though we can’t prevent judging people. But we must be aware, because the thing is, we must not believe in the judgement we’ve made or we’ll always believe in the wrong thing.
But observing doesn’t mean knowing who they are. It’s about knowing what they feel. Knowing who their friends are. Knowing what kind of friendship they have. Knowing what they feel for each other or how they treat each other. And having a thought of “If I were them, what would it feels like?”. Having a few friends, especially if those friends aren’t your classmates, it wasn’t easy. You always feel alone and lonely without them in a place full of noise made by others.
Being an observer makes you become the bystander. You do nothing but to watch. You do nothing but to stay away and not let your self be involve. That’s how a life of an observer goes. Just observe, and never get involve.
the problem with me is that i care too much about what others think of me & it literally kills me
Minsan kahit na sobrang boring na nung blog mo, or na-fifeel mo na yung pagkasawa dito, mami-miss at mami-miss po parin talaga ‘to.
Feeeeels. Kanina may nanghiram ng book ko. K. Haha
ba’t kasi ang bait naten? Hahaha
Dahil nga madalas akong nakikita ng mga classmates ko na nagbabasa ng libro (english novels) sa school eh nahahawa na rin sila sakin. Pero dahil di naman sila ganun ka-interesado sa mga libro, hindi naman sila nagbabalak bumili. Kaya in the end, yung mga tapos ko nang basahing libro yung hinihiram nila. Ayoko naman maging selfish kaya pumayag akong humiram sila. Pero syempre hindi mo masisigurado yung kaligtasan ng bawat libro mo sa kamay ng ibang tao, lalo na’t alam mong hindi naman sila ganung ka-attached dito. Hays. As for now, apat na na libro ang nahiram sakin. Ba’t kasi masyado akong mabait at hindi ako makatanggi? Huhu. Lord kayo na pong bahala sa mga libro ko. :(
that joke tho. hahahahaha
Me: Jamie anung gusto mo maging paglaki?
Jamie (6yrs old sis): Pastry chef!
Me: marunong ka ba magluto?
Jamie: Ay ayoko pala ng pastry chef. Gusto ko pala phase two chef kasi taga phase two tayo. kasi pag pastry chef mga taga phase three diba?
Nasa comp shop ako tapos kailangan ko ng picture ko nung puberty age ko. haha. pakers. human development kasi yng topic namin. Eh regular class na bukas kahit sira sira pa yung university namin dahil kay Glenda. Kaya ayun kailangan kong kumuha ng jeje pics ko sa fb. Shet. nakakahiya. ahahaha. makikita nung mga katabi ko pati ng mga nakikiusyoso sa likod ko yung mga pictures ko. Tae naman. hahaha. tanginers <//3
text niyo ko. hahahaha. nakahiram ako ng phone sa mama ko. wala pa akong pambili ng bago eh. Sad life. </3
I am someone who holds books most of the time than tablets and smart phones. I read every chance I get. When it’s time for coffee break, while I’m on a ride on my way home. Before I sleep or whenever I’m not too busy. Or especially when I want to escape reality, when I want to go places for adventures, when I want to feel free in my own thoughts, and travel to world of the characters of the book I’m reading. Feel their emotions, experience what they’re going through.
Reading isn’t only my form of escape, but reading actually calms me when life’s too harsh to handle. It gives me comfort in a noisy place, it helps me forget my solitude in the middle of the crowded room. Reading doesn’t only take me to an entirely different world, but it allows me to think with different perspectives, it even sometimes reveal thoughts and feelings I couldn’t express. I won’t ever get tired of reading, of learning, of opening my mind to endless possibilities aside from my own honestly biased opinions.