"Trust in what you love, continue to do it, and it will take you where you need to go."
Today most of our classes were cancelled because of Typhoon Bolaven. However, teachers still had to go to school. The reason being, to ensure the safety of the facilities of the school. I personally didn’t see a purpose in it. But I liked that it was an easy-going and relaxing day. I didn’t have to worry about anything and teaching the classes. Luckily, we were allowed to go home at 2pm. We were told to because it would only get worse by 3pm.
I hear the wind blowing and rain hitting the ground. I taped my windows just in case the strong winds manage to blow an object at my window. It was fascinating to watch what is happening outside. It’s my first time ever having a severe Typhoon alert. Apparently it has been 10 years since a severe typhoon hit. I am interested in the aftermath of the whole ordeal. I hear people yelling, but it could be the neighbours lol. But anyways, with that point aside, I am at home safe and sound, enjoying my free time =)
I almost like to mention that another typhoon will be hitting Korea but this time coming from Taiwan. It’s expected to hit this weekend. Well we are going to get the tail end of it. It’s called Typhoon Temblin. It’s suppose to hit Taiwan TWICE.
It’s been a while since I actually wrote in my blog. I just feel that it’s a lot easier to reblog posts because it sums it up pretty well.
So, I thought that I should post about a few things that have been bothering me.
I’ve met a few great people here in Korea. However, I’m starting to realize that once I get to know them a little more, I’m starting to not want to stay friends with them.
I’ve enjoyed the experiences that I’ve had with them, but I’m starting to open my eyes and noticing things that I don’t agree with or don’t like, personally for me.
Close-minded, aggressive, demanding and inconsiderate people. I wouldn’t say ‘people’ per se, but more like, a person that I have had an encounter with. I’m not too fond of this person.
I just feel that being close-minded limits you in how you think and how you perceive things. I personally feel that it doesn’t serve you any justice for you to be so closed. It typically influences you to misjudge quickly and prevents you from understanding the bigger picture. I see a close-minded person, as someone who continues to walk a straight path and refuses to change directions to go to a different one. It’s a very narrow path they walk along and it seems that they only see one perspective and are not willing to take in different aspects. I think that there are many benefits to being very open-minded because I don’t believe that everything is linear. An example of this would be how we think. We tend to jump from one idea to another and somehow making connections so that we can understand it better. This plays a role in how we problem solve. But that’s beside the point, I’m not really fond of this person. A very aggressive and demanding individual who feels that everything has to done a certain way, without giving any thought on how others would feel about it. I personally don’t like it.
I think I’m going to end it there. There’s not much more I want to say about this person. just hope he/she realizes that not everything will be in your favour and sometimes you just have to live with that and accept it for what it is. There’s no point in being so angry, obnoxious and immature about it. Life goes on and it doesn’t stop for anyone.
=) i enjoy my alone time, nothing wrong with that