Archive for June, 2010
So I’ve decided to change the theme of this blog. I realized that I haven’t been using this one that much, haven’t been updating as much. Since I love watching movies, I might as well use this blog to chronicle my movie junkie days.
Do you like the idea?
I will write down the reviews of movies I’ve watched in the past to the present. I used to have this movie list back in college. I was really too much of a movie-holic back then. But I stopped writing down the movies I’ve watched while working in the corporate world. Starting this year, I thought I might as well write it down again. Easier to track what I watched and what I missed, right?
I watched only one movie in January of this year. It’s Sherlock Holmes. But I will write my review of Avatar first. It’s one of the greatest movies I’ve watched ever. Plus, I’ve watched it three times last December so I might as well write about that.
Will you be reading my movie reviews?
I love places like this. Weekend markets, artists haven, street performers… It’s just so unique and interesting that I can see myself spending hours and hours just roaming the area and talking to strangers.
Suicide. I have said time and again that there are ways to cope with/battle depression. Get help. Talk to someone you truly trust and are close to. Do something and stop wallowing in self-pity. Get yourself busy. Surround yourself with the people you love and who loves you back. Just don’t spend time alone. Because when you are alone, that’s the time when the bad ideas would seep in and attack. It will attack your self-esteem, your emotions, your heart and mind. It will plant tiny seeds of doubt. It will tempt you to try something quick and easy. Just to end it all.
There is someone suffering from depression around you. Someone who has suicidal tendencies. If you feel capable of handling it, step in. Intervene. If you feel you can’t handle it, seek someone else’s help. Just don’t stand there and do nothing.
Because you never know. The day you ignored someone silently screaming for help might be the last time you ever see that person ever again.