November 09, 2004

overwhelming ambitions

I'm burning myself to make my life interesting. I was advised to 'sleep less' in order to squeeze all my ambitions in. I wish to find this perpetuum mobile that will keep me going for days and days before I exhaust my last breath. But there is still too much to life, too much to enjoy and experience. I'm afraid I'm gonna end up in hell merely because I sleep too much. So here's my mid-term resolution: quit MSN, cut down on sleep and finish reading 12 Chairs. Also, watch Peter Greenaway's films, research MA degrees, find summer jobs, write proposals, make up a decent personal statement, think about the next SSLC meeting agenda, move furniture around in my room, write 4000 words of sense-making stuff, get mumps vaccination, take a photo of my right-hand's bones, go climbing, play volleyball and meet up with friends to have a cake in the Arts Centre's Cafe. I'm burning myself to make my life exciting and I don't regert it.

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  1. sounds like the monologue renton made before he quit heroine…

    11 Nov 2004, 03:28

  2. "Choose life!" ;)

    11 Nov 2004, 11:57

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