Tuesday, April 19, 2011

The Time When I Read a Person Wrongly

  Have you ever read a person wrongly? Imagine how ashamed you will be if you went
through that experience. Well unfortunately I've been there.

  It was a few years back; there was this boy who was new the new student. He was a big and tall person which makes him look like an unfriendly person. This statement was proved when I and my friends wanted to introduce ourselves to him and he did not respond. So from that day onwards nobody has ever talked to him until one day.

  It was Friday, the last day of school before a one week holiday, on the last period, I was making my way to my seat from the toilet when I slip and fell. All the other students was laughing and pointing at me except for one person. The new boy came to me and checked whether I was okay. I didn't suffer any injury. The moment he helped me, I was stunned. I totally read him wrongly. I thanked him and have the guts to ask him his name. He replied me and said that his name was David. David is actually a very friendly person. Ever since that day, we became best friends.

  The conclusion from the above incident is to never assume the person is unfriendly by judging through appearance and first impressions. As the saying goes, ' Never judge the book by its cover '.

If I Was The Last Man On Earth!

  If I was the last man on earth...Hmm...I've been walking around and asking people what will they do if their the only human on earth, their answers are all the same which is suicide... I'm not going o do that!

  In fact, I will try my very best to find another human companion. If i fail to do so, than I will be walking around this lonely earth, maybe watch tv all day at home. That will be too boring. Okay, maybe I will try to do things that I've never done before like going to arcades and other fun places to go to. But I'll still be lonely. What must I do? I'm alone, no one to talk to. I think the best solution is to try and regain the human population by doing some scientific experiments instead of just wasting my time since I'm the last person on Earth. But the benefits is that there will be no pollution going on. how cool is that! Maother Nature will finally get a break from all these pollution caused by humans. This will reduce global warming and reduce the risks of other natural disasters!

  I hope that I won't be the last man on earth. I will be so lonely and many factors will make me give up life by I know that I won't be crazy enough to do so. So live your life while there is still someone with you!

Monday, February 28, 2011

Actually the question "Why did the chicken cross the road?" is a very common question. While you may be correct that the chicken does have a lot of reasons for crossing the road because there is no particular answer to this question.

To make it simple, I may say that the cause of the chicken's crossing of the road was the action of a particularly strong gust of wind in that direction. This provides an explanation for the phenomenon and answers the question "Why did the chicken cross the road?" without imputing sentience or intentionality to the chicken's actions.

Besides that, that the chicken crossed the road to eat the grain on the other side. This two reasons explains the phenomenon and answers the question "Why did the chicken cross the road. I did say that and I stand by it, but that does not mean that intentionality may not be involved in the answer to the question. In this case, however, the intentionality while needed to answer the question, is only tangentially related to the effect under examination. Specifically to answer the question "Why did the chicken cross the road?" we are pointing out that the chicken intended to consume a certain pile of grain, and that the road was between the chicken and that pile. We still have not imputed to the chicken any knowledge of the road "as a road". Rather we have simply explained the conditions and the intentions which led to the action of the chicken crossing the road, whether or not the chicken had a full understanding of those conditions.

Finally we must address the standard answer to the question: "To get to the other side." Again this answer imputes intentionality to the chicken's actions (the chicken did it 'to get' something) and it seems to imply a knowledge of the road (to understand 'the other side' the chicken must have knowledge of some object with two sides, understand that it is on one side of said object and desire to cross the object to reach the other side). Implied in this answer is that there is no further motivation other than getting to "the other side" and hence we cannot suggest that the answer simply left off the fact that there was a pile of grain on the other side which is the 'real' reason the chicken crossed the road. No. The chicken must have crossed the road for the sole and ultimate purpose of reaching the other side of "the road". How are we to reconcile this with the (most unassailable) assumption that the chicken has no knowledge of the road "as a road" and the need to allow this statement as a positive answer to the question "Why did the chicken cross the road?" We have specified that the chicken has no knowledge of a road "as a road". However, we have never suggested that the chicken has no knowledge of the road "as something". What then is the nature of the road as the chicken perceives it? We would not be unjustified in suggesting that at the very least the chicken has access to its own sensory data. It then must have ‘a knowledge’ of the road . We need not to go further in our suppositions. We have here a chicken with an exploratory bent who wishes to discover what lies beyond the other side of the road. This adequately explains the phenomenon, assigns to the chicken a state of intentionality, relates that state of intentionality to the road, and answers the question "Why did the chicken cross the road?" with the statement "To get to the other side" all without in the least requiring that the chicken understand roads in the sense that we as humans understand roads.

Saturday, February 12, 2011

What I Like About Myself.

What I like about myself? I keep on asking that question over and over again to
myself. Finally after thinking for so long, I finally discovered what I like about

First of all, I like myself because I am learning not to be so hard with myself.

Besides that, I am working on being a positive person and getting the negativity
out of my life. I also love myself because I am learning to be a happy person. I am
also an ordinary person, I have all the organs a human have. I am also open
minded. I love to take pictures! I'm not perfect but I am trying my best to achieve
the goals that I have set up for myself which means that I am a determine person.
I might be lame as I don't like gossips but who cares. I love myself because I am a
good friend which makes me feel happy... But most of all, I like myself because I
am still a student!

So, no matter how our personalities are, we have to try our best to accept the
fact who we are... so start living your life your way!