Judgements, anyone?

Hey friends. It's been a long time since my last blog post. I admit, I've lost a lot of writing skills along the way. I was enjoying the last bits and pieces of my holidays, which are coming to an end this 27th. What exactly have I been doing for the past couple of days? Well, watching Breaking Bad nonstop from the 1st season to the 4th. I've officially finished watching the 4th one 15 minutes ago. Hooray!

Wait wait. Hold on a minute. I could hear something bad. Something totally negative from someone. What? Was that a judgement? What?! You're saying I'm a couch potato? What the hell? I was just trying to... Nevermind. It's somehow very useless to explain myself to judgmental people like you! Must you always rain on someone's parade? Oh, so you've never been a couch potato before? Have you ever been in my shoes? Do you even know the meaning of holiday? What? What? What were you saying? I am not good enough? You're telling me I'm slow?

What the hell, man! I know I'm not smart like you but hey, why so mean? Why do you have to tell me all this? Oh, even if you don't I'd totally know if you're passing a judgement on me! Ever heard of the phrase "actions speak louder than words"? To be honest my friend, no one is perfect. Each and everyday, I try to better myself and yet, people like you come along passing all these judgements and when I ask why, it's all for the same reason! "I just want you to improve". True. Improvement is good, my friend. Improvement is the best thing. Do you know, everyday, improvement is necessary in life?

It is the essence of being a human being. Everyday, everyone is trying to improve, whether it's their life, or themselves or their financial problems. Everyone, absolutely everyone needs to improve.My life is always being improved each and everyday. Wait, you can't what?! You said you can't see the improvements I've made for myself? Sir, I hope for once you are God because God sees each and every detail of someone's life. But you are not. So if you are being judgemental towards someone that doesn't share his shoes with you, for once, please try imagining putting yourself in his shoes. Please.

The pain and the suffering that they've been through, only God knows. Now now, I'm not saying I'm going through any pain or suffering. It's just that I think that you should stop passing judgements on people. If I were judgemental like you, I would've said many things about you. But I am not and I am thankful. Maybe my mother taught me a lot about what's right and wrong. So if you ever get the chance, please, stop judging people. :) Instead, try to slowly help him improve himself. God will surely love you for that. I can assure you 100%. You will not break any hearts and you will not hurt anyone. Who knows if this can benefit you too? Well, I do.

Maybe, it's time

Hey guys! :) Have you ever felt sort of like it's time for you to do something. To do something to better your life, be it to regain freedom, to be happier or to live a better life only to know that the only way to achieve that is to sacrifice or let go of something? Sort of how I feel. I don't usually like change. I hate change so much. I had to move out of my room 2 months ago and currently going through a lot of changes in my life. The first feeling that I've got from moving out was sadness because I had to let go the room that I loved so much. I've spent a year living in the room, through lots of ups and downs, I felt very comfortable and if given the chance, I would never move out. Sadly, things didn't go as planned. Problems came rolling down, one by one. Housemate gotten a little more annoying than usual and the owner of the house had to just sell the house out of the blue. So uncool. I remember feeling so angry and upset after knowing that the house is getting sold, after putting a lot of effort and hard work into finding the perfect room and decorate the room. All those stuff!

On the moving day, I remember I did not want to start packing at all. All I want to do is to relax and sleep in the room like I would usually do. Somehow, I just couldn't get myself start packing until I read an article on the net. The writer of the article wrote, "Change is constant in life. Sometimes you just have to get out of that comfort zone in order for you to accomplish something better. Be adventurous. Explore. Eventually, you will thank yourself for moving on to a new life that could be a million times better than your current," That article changed everything. I told my lazy butt to stop sitting around and start packing. I got sick while packing due to having a chronic allergy to dust. Eventually managed to finish packing although feeling so sick and exhausted. Silly me, I did not remember to bring my antihistamines!

Whatever it is, all I'm trying to say is, I know God has planned everything for me. Maybe it's His way to tell me that I have a better chance when I do this. So, I moved out and yes, it's true, I am very happy where I am now although soon, I have to move to somewhere else again. All I know is, I loved my old room and I'm still loving it although I've moved out. I've had a lot of respect for it and have felt really comfortable with it. It was time for me to go.

So yeah, just a little boring story. Never be afraid to move on with changes. :) They might do you good!

The songs that make sense to me now

Remember those times when you love a song but it can never relate to you? 
Somehow, today, the songs that puzzled me since my first listen became so vivid as if they were made for what I'm going through right now. Weird stuff!

Pieces by Rascal Flatts

Luke Bryan's awesome cover of Apologize

In God's Hands by Nelly Furtado ft. Keith Urban

I Feel Bad by Rascal Flatts

It Ends Tonight by All American Rejects

In Another Life by The Veronicas