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    You may sometimes, but don't have to always show or tell others your personalities, your plans, your dreams, your strengths... if they are significantly existing, if those are others are interested in, people can easily tell because those things about you would definitely shine and clearly show if people would like to take a look.
 
    You don't have to always show your kindness by continuously giving everything to people, being smart than keeping being over generous, not everyone would feel happy and comfortable to be patronised without knowing being a reason for receiving this. 
 
    Sometimes, the world seems to be in a mess, not everthing or evryone but quite nearly, like getting crazy, out of control or loosing minds. I am wondering why, while repeatedly reading/hearing terrifying news from newspaper/TV or radio, while knowing some unbelievable gossips about whom I am familiar with from those I know them as well... Should I accept, believe, or should I question, ignore or just pretend that I cannot feel anything even I've be adviced so many...
 

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    People like to complain.
   
    Complain about anything which goes wrong, anyone who drives you mad, and so on.
 
    Complaining seems to be a never-ending journey for certain people not for all of us, the reason why I say and think so is simply because not everyone in the world would tend to or always use such way to show his/her anger or disappointment. Some would rather choose to be silent, showing a calm face reaction or even trying to wear a smile instead of saying anything harsh to pull themselves, people around them and the whole world down.
 

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    An accident may be a interesting trigger for something that completely beyond your imagination.
 
    Like me, I am sitting in the library, fully 'enjoy' the resourses provided by my school--the computer, the laser printer, the lights, the desk and chair, the books which I need them thristly for completing my first individual long essay in this full-time masters course... and.........
 
    I have NO CHOICE but have to type in English ONLY!!
 

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    This Wednesday, both my laptop and my removable disk in which I backed up every important file--including all the pictures I took in the UK and some taken in Taiwan, and my Chinese and English writings, the findings and summaries about my study, were BROKEN and then MISSING!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
 
     I know that God is unfair, although everyone in the world thinks God should be, or even must be like this; however, unfortunately not, things are not always going as how we wish to be, sometimes they are just moving in the totally opposite directions that beyond your imagination.
 
    Life is unpredictable! Even you have many strategies, full enthusiasm and confidence, good preparation... the change is always your top enemy, is someting that you will never know how to predict and furthur defeat.
 

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    法國哲學家傅柯(FOUCAULT),寫了一本《THE ORDER OF THINGS》,我不知道這書的中譯名是被翻作甚麼,如果我直翻,那就是「事物的秩序」。
 
    秩序,一般人(或許我該說「正常」人…)總是直覺地想到一堆規則、法律、道理,看似很合乎邏輯規則地規劃事、規範人。於我們置身的這世界,大多數的我們知道與習慣著秩序的存在與運作,懂得與接受秩序與你的生活與思維與行為發生關係,似是再「正常」也不過、一種很政治正確的為人處世安身立命的法則。
 
    讀著傅柯大師這本大作,中間一段關於唐吉柯德(DON QUIXOTE)與表現(REPRESENTING)的關係的講述,讓人不禁要重新思索「秩序」這回事。
 

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