free web tracker soliloquies: diversity


so・lil・o・quy/- n. [C,U] a speech in a play in which a character talks to himself or herself, so that the audience know the character's thoughts.

Tuesday, June 06, 2006


I'm beginning to get a lot less motivated against my classes lately. I did survive through May, the month of doom, but many symptoms resembling "gogatsubyou" are apparent June. With a little more than a month left until my finals, now's definitely not the time to be uninterested. Any solution??

Different topic. Humans are probably the most advanced specie on our planet and therefore, we have the most complex combinations of genes, allowing us to be diverse in countless ways. Differences resulting from this complexity allowed many ideas to fusion which resulted in numerous inventions we enjoy in our lives today. On the other hand, this diversity created many disputes among people in various fields. War is the easiest example to explain what I am trying to say here.

Two people possessing different chemistry and/or wavelength can act together to achieve marvelous results. Nonetheless, these differences can create unrecoverable "gap" in between these two.

I'm not criticizing any particular persons with these passages, but...some profound posts are acceptable on certain occasions, right...? But I think you've suffered long enough and you deserve much better relations.


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