Thursday, June 11, 2009

"Cause basically this place is needing instruments of harmony, Spreading my philosophy of love and inspiration..."*

It's the holidays! So "ouais"!! I'm thrilled, I have a lot of lazying around to do, books calling for me to read them, and new movies to catch up on! I'm on my way through the Karamazov Brothers which is a very good read so far, and I can't stop buying books and I am not feeling guilty at all for having so many books waiting to be read. :)

There are a few things to be done in this holiday though, I have to start working on my "graduation project" for next year, which is somewhat a research about anything really, but something we're not used to. I don't believe in it, but I have to do to graduate. It's a drag, and I'd rather get it over with and not have to worry about it next year at school.

Anyways! Hope everyone's having a nice time, and leaving their special mark in this world!
Don't over think things (random but hey! it helps me out at times.), and remember to be happy. :)

*Try Try Try - Jason Mraz


Fast_HacKinG said...

Hey Noorie,
I'm wholeheartedly sorry for not replying on your blog but I literally do read through from time to time.

Thanks for your words, and yeah it's for the best ;)

Are you still going to stay in Nizwa for the coming year?

Ashok said...

Books are the only thing worth splurging on if you ask me. Frankly its admirable you have an addiction for books, keep it going kid. All the best with the project too, I am sure you will kick some ass!

Jean Browman--Cheerful Monk said...

"It's a drag, and I'd rather get it over with and not have to worry about it next year at school."

What a mature attitude. Good for you!

Is there any way you can enjoy any part of the project? I'm curious and would love to know more.

Noor said...

Oh thanks a lot for the comment Jean. The project is actually to research about any topic that interests us, intensive research that is. I mean well, as intensive as it gets for seniors at high school. But I think I can manage to enjoy it, since I want to do it about environmental issues, like how can we work towards a better environment in the city I live in, so hopefully it'll be fun and it won't turn out to be just one of those preaching-kind-of-researches. But I have a good feeling about it, although I haven't started yet, it should be interesting. :)

Again, I really really appreciate your comments.

Jean Browman--Cheerful Monk said...

I hate preachy stuff too. How about writing about your progress as you work on it? I find sharing what I learn helps motivate me. I would also love to hear about what you learn.

For me the first step is to figure out why I care about the subject. If I can connect with one of my passions then it's no longer work. And the finished product usually connects with others.

Noor said...

@ Jean:
I'll do my best to keep you updated on my project by posting about it on my blog. :)

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