Monday, September 24, 2007

My second Myer-Briggs Test


Slightly different this time round. ^^ Personal comments later

Previously done here

Some thoughts:

1) Similar to best frd!
2) I changed from INFP to ENFP. Hee. I view that as a positive change.(Though no longer same as Princess Diana)
3) Doing this tests allow me to see where I am, where I have gone, where I have reached, and what has changed. It breaks down myself for me, to see if I am heading to where I am, to see what needs to be changed, in order to be the me I want to be.


Haha! Same card!

You are The Sun

Happiness, Content, Joy.

The meanings for the Sun are fairly simple and consistent.

Young, healthy, new, fresh. The brain is working, things that were muddled come clear, everything falls into place, and everything seems to go your way.

The Sun is ruled by the Sun, of course. This is the light that comes after the long dark night, Apollo to the Moon's Diana. A positive card, it promises you your day in the sun. Glory, gain, triumph, pleasure, truth, success. As the moon symbolized inspiration from the unconscious, from dreams, this card symbolizes discoveries made fully consciousness and wide awake. You have an understanding and enjoyment of science and math, beautifully constructed music, carefully reasoned philosophy. It is a card of intellect, clarity of mind, and feelings of youthful energy.

What Tarot Card are You?
Take the Test to Find Out.

Same results! I go look for the link.. =)

Oops its in my private blog. Hee

Friday, July 20, 2007

I wanted to grow old with you.
I wanted to see you grow into a handsome young man.
I wanted you beside me when I attain my dreams 10 years later.
I wanted you to sleep beside me everyday.
I wanted you to be happy everyday.
I wanted you to be everything you wanted to be.


But this can no longer be.

I missed your naughty ways.
I missed the playful ways when we play.
I missed your soft coat.
I missed your white mane.
I missed your greetings when I reach home.
I missed cuddling you.
I missed your warm body.
I missed your purring.


I'm sorry that I couldn't protect you.
I'm sorry I wasn't at home to look after you.
I'm sorry if it was painful.
I'm sorry that you could have lived longer had I not taken you in.
I'm sorry that I didn't spend more time with you.
I'm sorry that you left so early, you should have a longer wonderful life ahead.
I'm sorry I'm so sad that you are no longer around.
I'm sorry that I cry when I think of you.

But alas, this is not a dream.

I will always hold you beside my heart.
I will always remember you.
I will always love you.

I love you so so much..
I'll gladly give you my 10years just for you to be back.

I hope you are in a better place now,
where you have many friends to play with you
where you have unlimited Snappy Tom for your meals
where you have unlimited toys to play with
where you have many flies and birds to chase
where you will be deeply loved
where you will have a soft bed to sleep in

I really miss you so so so so very much Felix...

Please be with me again


Tuesday, July 10, 2007

I'm a good liar

Swiped from my bro's JF blog, a little surprised I am too, though I know there are still some things I must work on. Will be there soon. =)


1) Too not worry too much about a new job/ assignment. I'm definitely improving, but not really there yet.
2) To go easy on my teasing. Might get too carried away, but I'm more conscious of it now.
3) To be more conscious of what I say.


Your EQ is 167

50 or less: Thanks for answering honestly. Now get yourself a shrink, quick!

51-70: When it comes to understanding human emotions, you'd have better luck understanding Chinese.

71-90: You've got more emotional intelligence than the average frat boy. Barely.

91-110: You're average. It's easy to predict how you'll react to things. But anyone could have guessed that.

111-130: You usually have it going on emotionally, but roadblocks tend to land you on your butt.

131-150: You are remarkable when it comes to relating with others. Only the biggest losers get under your skin.

150+: Two possibilities - you've either out "Dr. Phil-ed" Dr. Phil... or you're a dirty liar.

Monday, June 25, 2007

Wow, nice music on 933

Hey, trivial post.

circa 3.33pm 25th June 2007.

as with my mood, thoughts and self.

Friday, June 22, 2007

Remember Death

Got this from Mr Teck's blog

Monday, June 04, 2007

Random thought #1

If some men can wait for their rich fathers to die to get their inheritance, whats wrong with women marry rich men for the same thing?

Weekend updates

The weekend flew right past, a very very tiring weekend I must say.

Cough is still plaguing me, like the plague(duh). Much better now, but staying off my fav foods and alcohol till I get better.

Lets see, most of the weekend was spent fencing up my windows for my Kitties. Brought them to the vet on Sat to get their shots, where they shouted their lungs out when the doc injected them. I wanted to cry man.

Then had red bomb dinner at Goodwood Park. Nothing eventful there. I dun feel as touched as I was when I attended Nic's one though. Hmm..

Sunday - Finally completed fencing up the required windows. Sneaked in a bit of laundry, but my house, esp the study room, looks as if a hurricane just passed. Phew.

Okie, time for some photos.. next post

Not all quotations are good..

I read this off my office pantry wall:

true happiness involves the full use of one's powers and talents. - John W Gardner

I first felt a bit pissed off at this. True happiness is much more innocent than that, and the quote above feels you have to wrestle a behemoth to achieve it.

IMO, to be happy, you just have to release yourself, in ways more than 1.

I dun fault Mr Gardner for his quotation, he just have a different take to life than me, thats all right.. But it just shows, not all quotations are good, its just something you pluck out to support/justify/motivate you at certain points in life.

Some1 invariably pops into mind.

I found the complete quote, sounds a lot better.

Storybook happiness involves every form of pleasant thumb-twiddling; true happiness involves the full use of one's powers and talents.
John W. Gardner

Wednesday, May 30, 2007

Respect for passion

On the cat front, I finally adopted Kelly. A nice lady kitten who's adopting well the almost everything at home.

Went to Mutts and Mittens yesterday. Met Cohen, who runs the place. Chatted with him some, and learned that he used to be in the FnB industry. From his expression, there seemed to be another interesting story behind that, but for thats another day I guess. What I admire him, is that he can give up everything just to set up Mutts and Mittens, and he genuinely cares about animals. From the following

- The way the talks about the different vets in Singapore, and how and why he brings his animals to his current vets, even though they are much more expensive.
- The way he talks to me, and the questions he asks me before handing Kelly over to me.
- How he talks to students(they were there on a field trip when I was there) about taking care of animals.

He loves animals, and he walks this passion.

I have nothing but respect for this guy.