i thank the kind soul who took the initiative to publish this post. anyway i think not many people will actually scroll down to read this entry.
i guess it will be a long time before anyone actually chance upon this draft and even publish it. i wonder if anyone will do so, in order to jolt everyone back to their senses, stimulate their emotions, and even love for each other.
well, the same problem has surfaced itself once again. sometimes i am really perturbed as to how people can really make things out to be difficult. socializing is a natural process, of getting to know each other. also, we should not let time dictate us, it is not a means of socializing but that of waiting. time waits for no one, time works for no one. if we want to love each other, take the initiative. break the ice! close the gap!
06s6c. what is its meaning now? people have been reminiscent about the first three months, be it in hwachong or elsewhere. the honeymoon period proved too formidable for people to forget. it proved too great a benchmark for people to overcome, a benchmark that marked the ideal perspective of class for everyone.
for now, we have a new 06s6c. can we really unite once again, and create a new essence? is it time for us to integrate or form a new culture? is it time for us to finally find time to sit down and talk, to gossip and to give our heartfelt ideas and emotions. is it time, therefore, for everyone to place some trust in the class itself? can we work towards making a common interest, that everyone can take pride in, or even develop their passion for?
people have reflected that class outings are not successful. this is because people are not comfortable with each other, hence they give excuses to escape. as such, many of such excuses were made to sacrifice themselves, to save others from being hurt. people are scared to reflect, scared to say that they don't know how to talk to each other. not knowing, doesn't mean i cannot at least try. sometimes, i just wonder, if two people of different worlds do not try to talk to each other, try to understand each other, and learn to tolerate each other's weaknesses and accept them for their goodness, i think no one will ever be linked together. all the crap about time linking everyone, being the magnetic induction that slowly holds people together. people are relying on passive stuffs, relying on time and not counting on themselves. just understand each other. there is no need to be inseperable, because not everyone will click. just accept each other and have fun. is it really that hard?
if we do not try, we will remain insulated in our own comfort zones. only when we try to go beyond our present comfort circle can we finally gain a greater sense of security. we want a happy family class, we do not want a group of people. it goes beyond that. something really touching from someone in class, " everything else can wait. the class is more important to me". think about it, have you thought that way for the class recently? do we treasure each other?
In a contest, four fruits (an apple, a banana, an orange, and a pear) have been placed in four closed boxes (one fruit per box).
People may guess which fruit is in which box. 123 people participate in the contest.
When the boxes are opened, it turns out that:
43 people have guessed none of the fruits correctly, 39 people have guessed one fruit correctly, and 31 people have guessed two fruits correctly.
The Riddle: How many people have guessed three fruits correctly, and how many people have guessed four fruits correctly?
Question 2: Three-digit number
I am a 3 digit number, I am divisible by 2, 3, 6, 7, My 3rd number is the square root of the 1st number, And my 2nd number is the sum of the 1st and 3rd
What Number Am I?
Question 3: Crazy Cows
An old farmer died and left 17 cows to his three sons. In his will, the farmer stated that his oldest son should get 1 / 2, his middle son should get 1 / 3, and his youngest son should get 1 / 9 of all the cows.
The sons, who did not want to end up with half cows, sat for days trying to figure out how many cows each of them should get.
One day, their neighbor came by to see how they were doing after their father's death. The three sons told him their problem. After thinking for a while, the neighbor said: "I'll be right back."
He went away, and when he came back, the three sons could divide the cows according to their father's will, and in such a way that each of them got a whole number of cows.