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  • Notes on tomorrow

    Found this from somewhere, and thought I should remind myself of it: I guess the real fact of the matter is, we don t know what tomorrow is going to bring and the only thing we really have is right now. So, don't stay mad for too long. Learn to forgive. Love with all your heart. Have fun. Live your life the way you want to live it. Don't worry
    Posted to This side of paradise - a Singapore blog (Weblog) by frove on Wed, Jul 11 2018
  • Lessons about life

    1. If you want to know about something from someone Ask them a question and when they are done answering, keep silent and maintain eye contact. They will tell you some more stuff, almost everything. 2. When you try to convince someone over something Make sure they are sitting and you are standing. This make.s them believe you sooner. 3. The key to confidence
    Posted to This side of paradise - a Singapore blog (Weblog) by frove on Mon, Jul 2 2018
  • Poem from The Librarians

    Encountered this poem from The Librarians today: Golden slumbers kiss your eyes, Smiles awake you when you rise ; Sleep, pretty wantons, do not cry, And I will sing a lullaby, Rock them, rock them, lullaby. Care is heavy, therefore sleep you, You are care, and care must keep you ; Sleep, pretty wantons, do not cry, And I will sing a lullaby, Rock them
    Posted to This side of paradise - a Singapore blog (Weblog) by frove on Tue, Feb 20 2018
  • Don't quit

    When things go wrong as they sometimes will, when the road you're trudging seems all uphill, when the funds are low and the debts are high, and you want to smile but you have to sigh, when care is pressing you down a bit, rest if you must but don't you quit. Success is failure turned inside out-- the silver tint of the clouds of doubt. And you
    Posted to This side of paradise - a Singapore blog (Weblog) by frove on Wed, Feb 14 2018
  • Insights from Being Erica

    Insights from the TV show Being Erica, which I watched between 2009-2011. These insights are shared at the beginning of the show, and the end. It is either a statement or a question. Season 1 S01E01 - Change. Sometimes it sneaks up on you. Sometimes it hits you over the head. And sometimes.. you turn a corner, and the world, it doesn't look quite
    Posted to This side of paradise - a Singapore blog (Weblog) by frove on Wed, Dec 27 2017
  • Quotes from Being Erica

    I watched Being Erica from 2008, for a few years, and I loved the quotes. So i'm posting them here. Season 1 Episode 1 “Dr. Tom” In the middle of difficulty lies opportunity. – Albert Einstein Curiosity does, no less than devotion, pilgrims make. – Abraham Cowle Pressure makes diamonds. – General George S. Patton The
    Posted to This side of paradise - a Singapore blog (Weblog) by frove on Sun, Dec 24 2017
  • Notes from the past!

    While clearing my computer system of outdated files, came across the following note in a file named Personal.txt 97418376 First CDMA handphone 92310243 First pager And several entries dated from 24 to 28 Apr, with no year, but based on the information within, it looks to be in the year 1999, so i'll shift those entries to Google Calendar, hopefully
    Posted to This side of paradise - a Singapore blog (Weblog) by frove on Fri, Dec 22 2017
  • One more sleep...

    I discovered this song, One more sleep, some time around 2016. Leona Lewis was constantly played by Rimesh Patel when we were staying in the same apartment back in the period around Apr-May 2008 when we both first joined the company. He would be blasting Bleeding love everyday...
    Posted to This side of paradise - a Singapore blog (Weblog) by frove on Thu, Dec 21 2017
  • How I contracted diabetes and got away with it!

    Some time last year, it was noticed that my urine attracted ants. This year in late Aug, around 27-28 Aug, I decided to get checked up. And so, they tested my blood that day, and also a week later, and I was found to have 16.8 mmol/L for the Glucose Fasting, POCT test and 12.6 mmol/L for the Glycated Hb, R test. These values were extremely high. For
    Posted to This side of paradise - a Singapore blog (Weblog) by frove on Mon, Dec 4 2017
  • Come sail away!

    In case I forget, I discovered Donald Gould's rendition of Styx's Come sail away piano piece on Youtube over a year ago. It was very beautiful the way he played it, the perfection in the imperfection. He was "Homeless man plays piano beautifully".
    Posted to This side of paradise - a Singapore blog (Weblog) by frove on Sun, Nov 5 2017
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