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March 20, 2006

on the way to the journey is more important than the destination

when we try to arrive cerntain destinations, did we ignore thebeautiful viewduring the journey? When we try to seek for cerntain outcomes, did we ignore the processes?

one philosophist said:our beginning and destination are all the same-from birth to death, what makes the differences are the view during our journey.

human being often make such mistakes. when we study we only care the marks rather than what we have learnt; when we compete in sports we only care who won rather than challenge ourleves; when we have relationship we only care the workout rather than single detail we share and enjoy….

Yes, we kept the peel and threw all the essential parts of our life, how silly it is!

From today, I want to enjoy my view on the journey, no matter where is my destination, there must be something beautiful worthy to explore….


Robustness, Six Sigma, Engineering

since the product improvement using six sigma, the modules invlove a lot of engineering system design, and I found it's very interesting!

robustness Design and Development even made me want to be an engineer in the future, but my Mths, Physics are very bad, so I know just dreaming.

Now I want to know more about engineering knowledge, and I admire engineers! our lives rely on engineering environment, and the engineers are there to maintain, develop, innovate them, I like Robustness this word, haha!


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