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Well, the title of this post might just seems like B-day? Birthday? No, it’s actually Bad Day…
At 9 a.m. this morning, I almost lost my life or at least my right hand because of this so careless bus driver. I might be part of who the blames are supposed to be, yet she is the one who is supposed to be careful and act responsibly too.
So, here is the story goes…
I was in rush that I wait the last two people coming out from the back door of the bus. This was also because the driver has closed the front door, so I decided to take the back door. But, what unlucky or I should say this is my fault. The back door seems going to close that I try to get off from the bus before it clamped myself. Yet, my right hand was still holding the grip inside bus while the door just closed! My right hand was clamped! OH MY GOD… Luckily there’s two passers by that help me to ask the driver to open the door before it started to drive like super-irresponsible fast. I couldn’t imagine I would become when I was really have my hand stucked in the door and the bus just drive on…
But, that let me learn to be more aware of this kind of rules that NEVER USE BACKDOOR TO GO ONBOARD!
finished with recruitment 🙂
Next –> Planning, Scheduling, Meeting, Executing, Evaluating, Appreciating….
Gotta lotza things ahead! Ganbatte kudasai ne!
The Rev Martin Luther King spearheaded the campaign against segregation and racial discrimination in the United States.
But his crusade was cut dramatically short, when he was assassinated on 4 April 1968 in the southern US city of Memphis, Tennessee, aged 39.
He was shot in the neck by a rifle bullet as he stood on a balcony from where he was to lead a march of sanitation workers protesting against low wages and poor working conditions
James Earl Ray was convicted of his murder and sentenced to 99 years in prison.
But he later retracted his confession and said he had been only a minor player in a conspiracy.
However, his appeals for a new trial were rejected and he died in prison in 1998. — BBC
Look at these facts, I can’t fathom why this kind person had to end-up in the hands of some random murderer’s hands? He inspired, he shared his dream, he made us believe there’s faith, and indeed his dream come true…
I am trully disappointed with people..
Why people just never realize what they are doing towards people is wrong?
Why are they killing this amazing soul just for some unknown reasons?
Why did God let him die when he has started to help people to believe in their dreams?
Why couldn’t let him live any longer to let his charisma touches people’s heart?
Does this mean people with big dream will end up like him?
Does this mean dream must go along with what “others’ approval”?
Then, would not it become “their dreams”, not ours?
M. Luther King, he is a great personality. 🙂
Whatever sort of debate, if I am not interested in the topic or I feel not doing it, I’ll just simply hate it!
I can’t do PR I guess, I mean what’s the point of being a PR person when I don’t even know how to debate? I don’t like to write letters, Press releases, etc. I don’t even like to give speech or presentation. What? Am I just too stupid to choose PR as my major? I have no idea man!
I guess, now is the time for me to come to this realization that I actually not capable to face any challenges. I have did or at least tried my best. Yup, still doing my best yet I couldn’t see myself as PR person five years along the road… really…
What am I going to do then? Argh, why does this debate-hatred lead to this kind of desperate feeling?!?
Miehhh~~ anyway, going to sleep now! Life flies so fast recently, feel like I will only have little time in this world… miehh~~ wad is that?