Friday, February 13, 2009

Every year, the article that love comes from the brain and not from the heart is published in most newspapers or magazines. These articles are based on actual research from scientist.

Is it really necessary for scientists to conduct a research on the source or love?

Would you rather have the brain as a symbol of love rather than the heart?

Thursday, December 25, 2008

I have heard someone say that they will allow some people to do illegal things to help them get by their life. The compensation given to those people wouldn't be enough to sustain their lifestyle so they were allowed to do so. It was given the justification that those permission to do illegal things are a way of helping them. Making them happy.

The end goal : sustainable life

The means : illegal actions

Clearly, this is not a justifiable action. People should not be permitted to do illegal things especially when they affect the lives of other people. Some individuals might say that what you wouldn't know won't hurt you. But sometimes it does.

Wednesday, November 12, 2008

This is a tough one. But I have to choose "Doing it Right" because I have always believed that the end does not justify the means. We must do things the correct way in order for it to be done right. It creates a pattern that can be checked and verified for future reference in case something must be improved or changes should the outcome not the one we desire.

Oftentimes when we are right, it is just because we made an assumption without and method of verification. Some sort of gut instinct or a lucky guess. Only seldom, that people go through the correct procedure to come to such a conclusion that made them right.

I'm talking about this from a practical point of view so that we can learn from what we have done and not just assume on the outcome.

What do you think? Care to share your thoughts?

Thursday, October 16, 2008

This question has always popped in my mind ever since I became an employee several years ago. You noticed people grinning and preparing for something to do when they know that their superior is going somewhere. I'm also a culprit of this act because there is a type of superior that you don't always want to be around with.

However, if I were that supervisor, I would start to think about it because it reflects on your personality and the way people treat you. If they are happy when you're not around, do you think that they are who they are in front of you? There is a trust factor in this, for me, because I want to trust my employees reactions are true when they are talking to me. I would be normal for some employees to be happy just a little bit because that would mean less work but if they are already planning something to do when you're out, that would be different.

Care to share your comments on this matter?

Sunday, September 14, 2008

c. Something

We can't have Everything.
Anything can be taken for granted.
Nothing lacks desire.
Something can be earned.

One must want something to live for

Friday, September 5, 2008

Monday, September 1, 2008


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