Wednesday, June 21, 2006

I said I was inspired

Since April (my new job), my life has been nothing but working and gigging. There's not much free time for me to do anything else. Recently, I joined a gym next to my firm, so it's a great chance for me to get in shape (in midst of World Cup - I do want a body like soccer players'). The World Cup is also keeping me company. Even though I can't afford to watch the whole games, I am lucky to catch glimpses of it and base my opinion on these occasional glimpses. Of course, I also catch occasional glimpses of some amazing girls I meet, and I base my opinion on those too.

I am surprised in midst of my restless life, I stay inspired. The Montreal/Toronto trip fell flat just because I decided to work, make money, instead of taking a vacation. But a vacation is bound to come. And I still insist on going to Montreal. I start becoming a connoisseur of jazz and red wine and gelato again. I've become more interested in the human condition and life's sufferings. I've become more compassionate and pleasant. I'm still the sarcastic and unapologetic person who adopts the attitude "I disrespectfully agree." Still am that person. But if you see me lately, you see more of a smiling Henry.

I smile because it's summer and girls are wearing pretty summer dresses. I smile because I'm not lost anymore. I smile because I know what I want. I smile because there are ones who are worth smiling for. Speaking of summer dresses - I trust that all girls are required to wear summer dresses from June to August.

I still love jazz, blues, and the simple pleasure of life. But most of all, I embrace life. It's very vague what I'm trying to convey, I know. Let's break in down a little. I've worked hard all my life to get the approval of my peers, my folks, and the opposite sex. It takes a little while for dues to be paid off. I believe my hard work is starting to pay off. Someone says I'm deep. I'm not deep. I'm just a very simple person searching for very simple things.

These simple things include, but not limited to, happiness, satisfaction, love, and a smile on my face at the end of the day.


Saturday, June 10, 2006

I'm in the loss column.


Sunday, June 04, 2006

Motto of the month

Happiness is not a result of how much you've gained, but rather how little you've lost.


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