Doing the right thing at the right place

“What you water is the one will grow. So, are you going to water the plant or the weed?” Ajahn Brahm

#A Reminder To Self

図書館戦争-THE LAST MISSION-: side note

  • Reporter’s photo title at the exhibition

変わらない世界を嘆くかわりに彼女が走たその思いが届く事を信じる。

Rather than complaining that nothing is changes, she puts her faith in books and run ahead.

  • The older brother vs the council

A: Just shoot the soldiers! You won’t have the chance to eliminate the insurgents. We need to prove them that this isn’t something worth to fight for especially in this twisted world

B: Don’t you think the question should be how to live the best in the twisted world?

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DOCTORS 3 The Ultimate Surgeon: side note

辛い時には辛いと言って、我慢しなくていいんです。大丈夫。そこにいる人が必ず受けて泊めて起きます。さがら先生

When it’s painful, say it’s painful. You don’t need to endure it. It’s OK. There will be someone around to help you. Sagara Kousuke.

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두번째 스무살 side note

You wrote a bucket list because you’re dying. Then you found out that you’re not dying, you stop pursuing it. Don’t stop!

ref: Twenty Again

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Learning from the past

One of the best tips I learned recently is from a PMP book from Head First series. The best way to learn and remember what we learned is by repeating same thing in a different way. 

Which brought me to a feature from Facebook, called “memory” which tells you what happened to you at today’s date but in the past.  

I found it annoying at first because of the notification but I become liking it. Why? 

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Things we value

We value things which are hard to get 

That’s what the speaker said in a seminar I attended in the office yesterday. Do you agree? 

When I put lots of effort into it, I’ll take a good care of it so that I won’t lose it. I’ll remember the journey and the hardship to get it. 

Don’t give trouble to others

人に迷惑をかけなるな (hito ni meiwaku wo kakeru na)

That’s what my Japanese teacher (先生) told us in class.

She gave an example that she usually sits upright in the plane because she feels when she does it, it will give trouble to the person behind her.

How about if the person in front of you do it? It’s a trouble to her, but at least she didn’t do it to others.