i am a *little* annoyed that everyone kept telling out whats their goal for the year 2010.
i'll be a better student, i'll save more money, i'll sin less....bla bla bla.
i'll sin less?? seriously? i think a better goal will be i'll avoid sinning.
i'll sin les just means: i'll still sin, but maybe a smaller sin.
attention : small sins will 'accumulate' and make up a big sin. there you go!
the very first thing that annoy me is/was, people just tend to forget about their goals after maybe a week!
if you don't trust me, in this coming mid-February, ask your friend what was her goal for 2010. maybe she'll make out any random goal, or say something like 'oh, did I really have a goal?', or something like 'pssshhh, screw the goal! its just for the new year eve'..
maybe i exagerrated a bit.
but i'm just teling you my view on what people do on New Year's eve. they make out a goal, and forget it.
in my opinion, we shouldnt wait for New Years eve to aim ourselves to be a better person.
why wait when you can change NOW?
for example, Harry Potter is a loser-wizard. then around early December, he made a goal : my goal for the new year is to be a better wizard and kill Voldemort! but then after a week he got a chance to kill Voldemort, but he couldnt. why? simply because his aim is to kill Voldemort the next year. then he died around mid-December as a loser. again, simply because he had to wait for New Year to change to be a better wizard. if only he is smarter, he would have changed the moment he made out the goal and just be a better wizard. why wait for a big event to do something big which you can do everyday? i know this is such an absurd example and i'm being LAME, but you got what i'm trying to say aite?
changing to the better is not about time, its about you.
on some major random note, tomorrow is my mom's birthday!
i would rather be celebrating her birthday all day long than asking people 'whats your goal mate?'