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Recently, I have tried to live my life by getting my mind off a few things. I realize how hard it is to get rid of stuff from my mind, and look for suggestions from peeps so that I can really get my mind off those things. 

One thing I have learned is that, in order to get our mind off stuff, we need to start doing other stuff - meaning that when live our life to the fullest as we can, and shift our focus on our interests and hobbies, from time to time, we will successfully get our mind off things that we do not want to think about. 

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2009-05-21

Living in the dream


Although the winner of the American Idol this season wasn’t what I expected, but the Finale last night was like 2 hours long and the performance was just incredible. Seeing the crowds cheered, the singers sang, the instrument players played the instruments, and the dancer danced, it makes me realize that how many times we get to live our life and do what we want to do? With this thought in mind, I told myself that “This is exactly what living in the dream” is all about. Adam Lambert and Kris Allen along with other contestants, regardless of winning or losing, they are living in their dreams now. I cannot speak for them, but at least I know that at that moment, that’s what they want to become.

So, are you living in your dream? Or in your world, it’s only just a fantasy? What do you want to do? 

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2009-05-05

The Heart


Last night, I learned a good phrase from a movie. I am going to paraphrase it – It takes 20% of your talent and 80% of your heart to be a boxer.

It is so true that when we put our heart into doing something, it is the most effective motivation. You sure can have the talent for something, but if you don’t like doing it, it is not going to go anywhere further. For instance, you have a talent of learning and playing piano, but if you don’t like playing piano, you are not going to become a talented pianist. That’s being said, having the talent is a great thing, but without your heart, it doesn’t fulfill the dream.

Your heart is the place that lets you and everyone know when it does speak up. I call it a central of passions. Your interests, dreams, ambitions, hobbies, favorites, and love, etc. are stored in that location. Therefore, follow what your heart wants and not what your head wants. You could be born with talents, but in order to implement them, you need a passion at heart. 

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