桜 & 恋

Saturday, May 31, 2008

seldOM ~

That channel 8 showed @9p.m. really reminds me of the anime I watched not long ago [The Girl Who Leapt through Time]. The gist of the story is about how this guy was given a chance to travel back in time to alter the future (to stop some tragic event from happening) but ending up triggering series of unfortunate events. His last chance, travel back in time once again, scarifying himself to end all these tragic moment for good . . . so cliché. . huh

To go deeper into the plot; like our veins to brains all things here on mother earth are all interconnected, you upset one thing; others will be affected directly/indirectly.

So are we not supposed to challenge the so-called thing ‘Destiny’? Destiny, your destination in this path of life are linked to the series of ‘CHOICES’ before it comes to this halt call destiny. I guess we had all right to choose all those choices showered to us; each linked to respective destinies. So choose the right one! Who knows what’s right to begin with? Then we turn to faith and all said ‘Oh let’s leave to GOD, for he has this perfect plan for each and every one of us!”

Takre care
桜 & 恋
When was the last post this is so ‘philosophical’?

this little angel really melt one's heart

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  • yup.. personally i think the channel 8 9pm show copied the jap manga "the girl who leapt through time" lol

    By Anonymous Calvin, At 9:58 PM  

  • they jux work on thier ideas into drama instead of 1 full length movie. hahahha

    By Blogger kai/kaispiral, At 9:22 AM  

  • If you're saying destiny exists, then each path or choice that you choose is merely a stepping stone to an already pre-determined result... So what choice do you have in the first place? Morevoer, by leaving things to fate (ie God), you're pretty much acknowledging the fact that you've little to no control over your life in your first place... Can you really live knowing that everything you do is meaningless and all your efforts worthless?

    By Anonymous Fatalism, At 5:06 PM  

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