Wednesday, April 27, 2011

"Missing title"

As I said in former posts, expectations bring along disappointments.
I have been waiting for this Easter holiday so much time, the way home was the longest road I had to go on...But as days passed, I realized that I had too many expectations from this holiday..and now, I am disappointed. I haven't done half the things I wanted to do while being at home, and on top of that, I am sick now! Great..
It's Wednesday already, and on Sunday I am heading towards Italy again..Great. I miss my roommate and my friends there, but I know I will miss my home...
Maybe I will finally learn that I shouldn't expect so much out of everything...

Wednesday, April 6, 2011


Life is exactly the way you want it to be, the way you want to live it and you are exactly who you want to be...even in front of yourself.

Good for you ;) :)

But who are you lying to in the end?

Saturday, April 2, 2011

Taking or not taking risks?

People can be divided in too many categories: simple, complicated, rich, poor, adventurous, afraid and the list can continue. In this essay, I shall try to point out the differences between those who prefer to do what they are already good at and those people who prefer to try new things and take risks.

One of the bad things that is surrounding us nowadays is commodity. In my opinion, I think that this is one of the reasons why people prefer to do things that they are already good at. Another factor is fear. Fear…a human emotion or feeling that makes people retreat to their shell. Fear and commodity are the two biggest enemies of a human being, because, due to these conditions, a person can miss many unique occasions in their lifetime.

On the other hand, those who take risks can be both fortunate and unfortunate, depending on the situation. A person can take risks in order to achieve a higher position on the social scale, or climb a mountain, or do bungee jumping or many other adventurous things.

To be honest, I prefer taking risks although I do things I already know I am good at. I think that (almost) everything is worth to try it once. If one does not like it, one does not have to repeat it. However, we can never know if a thing is good or not if we do not try it.

In conclusion, I think that every person should try (almost) everything at least once, in order to know if that thing is good or bad for them, or if they enjoy it or not. Taking risks sometimes is good, can be constructive and may “open some doors”.