Does heterogeneity and homogeneity really matter, after all? Emotional thinking is absolutely not the same as thorough reasoning made from caressing lots of books & journals and continuous learning from others. But still, why would they expect everyone else to blindly follow in their footsteps? Is it so hard to accept differences?
Sunday, 13 February 2011
I always wonder how things can sometimes change instantly and at some other times not as fast as I hoped them to be. It's almost as if the world is moving with two speed separate highways. Growing and changing require passion of learning, and a strong heart. There was a book I read, saying that you cannot really tell how others are feeling, because what you are trying to understand is never the same as to experience it yourself.
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