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Kampung Mangkuk, Setiu, Terengganu
Quote by: Diane Frolov and Andrew Schneider, Northern Exposure, Northern Lights, 1993

What I go through now was opt 2 which I just follow what my heart says...
never plan things just follow my instinct, 
I love the surprises that I encounter along the way but 
soon I might have go for opt 3 where I have to be in charged and be more responsible
but will NEVER go to opt 1 where I have to fight for unnecessary thing...
I will let people win and go to opposite direction:P... 

Dun you think life is pretty strange...
but if ever I been given a choice I would love to discover 
the mysterious what life could offer me...

Comments

Mescrap said…
I'm sometimes wonder am I swim against / with / let the water sweep me away :p
Little Syam said…
Hi Lay Hoon, What I go through now was opt 2 which I just follow what my heart says...never plan things just follow my instinct, I love the surprises that I encounter along the way but soon I might have go for opt 3 where I have to be in charged of what I plan to..but will NEVER go to opt 1 where I have to fight for unnecessary thing...I will let people win and go to different direction:P... Life is pretty strange...but if ever I been given a choice I would love to discover the mysterious what life could offer me...

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