Saturday, September 8


Focus doesn’t only help speed up your improvement zen but it somehow saves time and money too.

I used to be into electric guitars. So, I bought one, bought an amp, bought an effects pedal and bought quite an amount of self help books. Same too for the keyboard; learning jazz opened up a whole new world to me in terms of technique. But I hated to practice cause it involved so much repetition.
Then there’s my gundams. Boxes of them were bought. I would purchase 5 per year and sometimes one even can’t be completed. Then there’s the bottles and bottles of paint which cost rm6 each. Not to mention breathing in a lot of cubic centimeters of thinner and paint fumes. Then the hours of preparing the model, fixing it and such. Reading up on techniques online, in books and such. I still have boxes of them, but shall fix them up in a speedy technique that I learnt from which reduces your building one from few months to possibly just a couple of weeks.

Then there’s computer games and ps2. Goodness, the amount of gazillion hours I’ve spent on it. The mountain of cd’s I’ve bought which could easily have contained gazillion bytes of information enough to create a new planet with animals teaming in it, even a human being or two. But I still fiddle the ps2 once awhile. There’s this nice sensation just holding the game pad, popping in a game and just to get lost in it for awhile. Yet for every 50 game I bought, I only finished one.

If by reading this post, you feel a tad pulled apart in all directions, imagine the rather unsettled feeling I got after all these years of trying everything but not really getting anywhere. Heh.

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