Monday, May 26, 2008

A World Without Guns and Gunpowders, Rocket Propelled Grenades, Bazookas, Landmines, Fighter Jets, Aircraft Carrier, Submarines, Atomic Bombs, Nuclear

I intended to write a longer title, but i believes there's a limit to the title's length =_=".

Why do people study medicine, nursing, or any other field related to health and saving lives, while there are others who wage war among our own species. Oddly enough, some groups value human lives while at the same time, there are warmonger among us, who promotes killing and destroying of human lives as if it's something of no value.

Why do humans, who claim to be the best creation and smartest of all species (found on earth) cannot even value each other's life? Are we really smarter than animals, or it is just us being so full of ourselves?

We know that animals sometimes fight one another to get their necessities. It is a shame that we humans, who can talk and communicate with one another to get to a resolution have to resort to the same violent act of savages. Why can't we all live together and look after one another, instead of being selfish...

Let's all play our parts in restoring peace and order in our "habitat". :) :) :) Wouldn't it be great if we can one day flip the newspaper in the morning, only to read news of all the positive things that can be found in life, instead of news about cold-blooded murders, child abductions, heists, robberies, mugs, and so on. I know it sounds like an utopia, but why not? Everything starts with a dream...


Friday, May 23, 2008

the beginning of the end or the end of the beginning?

I survived International Baccalaureate programme, and so do my 300-odd friends. Today marks the last day I spend as a student in MCB (MARA College Banting). And today is also the first day I'm posting.

Yup, as time passes by, we are constantly experiencing changes in life. We meet people to leave them one day. We make friends knowing that we would go on our saperate ways in the end. C'est la vie. Life goes on and we make new friends, while holding on to the old ones.

Well, that's all for now. Thanks to all the other MCBians (teachers included) who made the past two years of my life there a cherishable one. :)

By the way, I'm hoping to read Medicine at Leeds in few month's time. Hope my IB exam result will not disappoint me. Let's all pray for our success...
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