When I did lose the track, I did also lose the supply of energy for doing anything meaningful.
I will make a difference.
There is a feeling of numbness, which spans from doing basic things to prioritizing the most important tasks.
It feels like there is no sense of consequences. Not afraid, but seems pointless, don't know why.
There is this feeling of wait for something to come by and things to happen.
Time passes and it never comes by. There is no regret.
Accomplishments seem nothing. Life is standstill.
I think I need to stop waiting and conquer the overwhelming feeling.
We all have atleast once encountered the typical government subordinate.
The first thing we notice about these guys is that most of them have so many dos and don'ts.
They have this thing .. something to do with pleasing their superiors, by gratifying them.
For e.g. there is an international event where some big shot government person is attending it, you find her on posters, every commercial, tv networks and sometimes even on stationary items.
Probably the lady is a simple woman, who don't need all that over emphasis. Who knows!
The point is.. the subordinates miss the point of international event and the essence of it, which needs that exposure.
Whatever be the case, this attitude reflects everywhere. From newspapers to websites to general Kuwaiti outlook.
Gratification is not the way, working effectively with sincerity goes a long way in the department as well as for the general outlook of the country.
The cap is still intact.
Waiting for July 23.
Tried downloading 4GB linux distribution and the speed sucked after approximately 1.5GB.
Qualitynet sucks! Phonelines suck.
When will this place deserve the amenities that matches its economic status.
With this issue prevalent, it seems to be like a under-developed country.
~ Desperate need for critical change in thought of people and govt policies.
Why can't things change for better? Or probably just that I don't have the real big picture of this country's fate.
I sincerly hope that its not doomed.
I don't know how many of you have heard of Jason Becker.
He is a guitarist. An awesome guy who is considered an icon of music world.
He was diagnosed with ALS at the age of 19. He is 41 now. He cannot move his body except for his eyes and uses them communicate with others.
The attitude he has towards life is so inspiring, that from the darkest trenches of the human fall, he echoes his life with a sense of passion for what he loves. Music.
This is a tribute to one of the most awesome person I have come across in my life. He would always be my inspiration.
Love you Jason.
I urge you to donate for his cause as there is going to be a documentary about him. It is a story worth telling and touching people's lives.