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12 May 2011

Because It's My Birthday

I get to wear red Because It's My Birthday
When I woke up this morning, I woke up to a renewed feeling. The feeling that you get on your birthday, the feeling that hope runs anew and life is worth living. Each birthday is about another year, perhaps chocolate cake (you know, birthdays are just God’s way of telling us to eat more cake), thoughtful gifts and birthday wishes.  And so were that Because It's My Birthday.

And before I end this blog, I just want to say:

"I'm not getting older, I am getting better."  

10 May 2011

It's all about Free-Will

I was watching this movie The Adjustment Bureau when this convo hooked me:

  
 (Where Thompson here  is someone like an angel of God & David represents the human race)

David: What happened to Free Will?

Thompson:  Who said anything about Free Will ? You know, we actually tried Free-Will before. After taking you from hunting and gathering to height of the Roman Empire we stepped back to see how you'd do on your own. You gave us the Dark Ages -- for five centuries -- after finally we decided we should come back in. The Chairman thought maybe we just needed to do a better job of teaching you how to ride a bike before we took the training wheels off again. So we gave you the Renaissance, the Enlightenment, the Scientific Revolution.. we spent six hundred years tempering your passions with reason then in 1910 we stepped back again. Within fifty years you brought us World War I, the Depression, Fascism, the Holocaust, and capped it off by bringing the entire planet to the brink of destruction in the Cuban Missile Crisis. 

David: You expect me to believe that?

Thompson:  David you have Free Will over what tie you pick in the morning, or what beverage to order at lunch. But humanity just isn't mature enough to have control over the important things.


From those lines, I realized do people use their Free-Will well? What have we done. I mean having able to choose every moment of every day, do we really weigh pros and cons or do we really think twice what will be the consequences of those choices, before we make that call? NO because from what I see around these days, the world is pretty messed up and YES, it's because of all the choices we make whether it's wrong or right which most of the time we choose the wrong ones. And most don't take responsibility for what they've done.

Free-Will is a gift that most people are too afraid to use. Most people accept the path they find themselves on. Easily accepting terrible situations in their lives that they're not supposed to be stuck on,  like some people who chose to be remain as outcast or those who want to be less fortunate for the rest of their lives. Those challenges they see as if  it is their fate in life, but actually those are meant for them to be better. They should have use their free-will well to improved their lives. right? Instead, we hear "this is what God wants me to be, this is His plan for me" from them.  My point is Free-Will is a gift so use it well.

04 May 2011

Dirty Sexy Money


And so I just started watching Dirty Sexy Money season 1 and half way through it .  Then, when I google-d the episodes of the second season I found out that there was no season 3 due to low-ratings. Dirty Sexy Money was produced by ABC Network. In my opinion, on the contrary, Dirty Sexy Money was actually doing really great and ABC sucks.

To know what Dirty Sexy Money is all about:
Dirty Sexy Money follows nice-guy lawyer Nick George who takes over his late father’s (Dutch George) only client, the wealthy and powerful Darling family. Tripp Darling  is incredibly influential but is living proof that money isn’t everything. His relationships with his wife Letitia  and their five grown children is sometimes shaky at best. His adult children are politician Patrick, promiscuous Karen, corrupt clergyman Brian, and immature, party-loving twins Jeremy and Juliet. Simon Elder is like Tripp Darling, a very wealthy and influential man and came to be the enemy of  Tripp.

The series revolves around Nick George, whose whole life has been lived in the shadow of the Darling family, but as an adult he's leading a simple life as an idealistic lawyer, until his father's suspicious death. The wealthy Darlings of New York have asked him to take over his father's job as their personal lawyer, but the money that will allow him the freedom to be an altruistic do-good is only part of the picture. That same money pulls him into the dubious doings of the Darling clan.

However due to the cancellation of the show, the running plot line of the mystery of Dutch George will never be solved as it is revealed in the final episode that he is in fact alive and well and puppeteers Simon Elder.

                                            I know, right? ABC SUCKS!
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