We tend to forget...

We tend to forget..about a lot of stuff. Work..exercise..God.. But I'm going to stick to study. Remember at times during the exam or just after it..we thought to ourselves.."I should have done better" or "if only I studied harder" or maybe "I'll have to double my efforts after this..make notes and do exercises!". But after that, we tend to forget. Sometimes even I wonder..we actually already know or knew what to do but eventually leave it and forget about it. Then the cycle repeats. Because we tend to forget..

..that we have a lot of effort to put in to succeed..

..that we are still left far behind..

..that we already know what we're supposed to do..

..that we are actually very smart and talented but don't give ourselves enough chances to prove it..

..that success is always just around the corner..we just didn't take the effort to look at that part of the corner.

So, we must not let ourselves forget anymore! Put in a lot more effort to succeed in getting what we want. We can never climb a mountain by just sitting down. Get up while we still can! GOOD LUCK!

Poll: Malaysians hate reading?

 I made a poll before this and the results are.. 66% somehow disagree and 33% somehow agree, that Malayisans hate reading. What about the other 1%? Ask the calculator.. =P

Ok. Now I'd like to say that I too disagree in this matter. Malaysians in fact (mostly) like reading! There are two points of views we can look at.

Firstly, what is it that Malaysians like to read? That can be a question which is more specific. The word 'reading' is very wide by itself. Reading books. Reading newspapers. Reading magazines. Reading blogs (you're doing it too). Reading hand-outs. A lot! So, if we ask the question, "Do Malysians hate reading?", the answer's no.

Next, if we're talking about reading books. It still doesn't change my stand. My proof? The latest Malaysian International Book Fair 2010. For those who went there, especially during weekends, it was super packed!!! I went there two times. First during a weekday and then during a weekend. During the weekdays, I saw school pupils and students filling in and plus those not working (I wonder if some actually took the day off just to come here). It wasn't so dense. But during the weekend...WOW! Even Karangkraf's hall was so full that some men had to stop others from entering. So, there you have it. If Malaysians hated reading so much, the book fair would have been a failure. Another plus, free newspapers (like the Malay Mail) get finished so fast..who would take the newspapers? Of course readers!

So, as a saying goes, reading is the key to knowledge and knowledge is the key to success (Malay translation..hehe). Malaysians love reading! =]