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October 14, 2004

Sth U Can Control, Sth U Cant

U kill the things u can control, and become a slave to those u cant.


I killed my sleep in the early morning, rushed to the bus-stop eight minutes before the time the bus should have arrived. GOD KNOWS! I waited there for ages and ages````until 40 minutes later, it arrived. I've been late for my work for at least half an hour. Thanks to my mobile phone which has the function of radio, that i at least had sth to do instead of just staring at the blank floor and damning the late bus. While I was waiting, Travel Coventry passed three. I felt sick! What pissed me off again was that i saw three Stagecoach passing by when i was on the 40-minute-late bus!

While listening to the radio, i kept thinking one question: Am i a slave to it? i cant control what time the bus comes, either has nothing to do with it. What left me alone is me damning it, which has no feeling, and me myself had a really bad mood as a result. Again, am i a slave to my emtion? Why am i in so bad mood in the early morning just because of a 'non-emtional' bus?

NO i don't want to be a slave to anything if it's possible. Then, i got a better mood.

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