I wanted to post this a while back. Here is a thought experiement: Should anyone be forced to help someone else? Or do the right thing? Watch and discuss below!
I missed an update yesterday, but I won’t fudge it today and backdate this post. Things are a bit messy at the moment and behind schedule unfortunately. I’m trying to fix this, but I’m not sure when everything will get back on-track.
So until that time, I’m going to keep the posts shorts and not necessarily daily.
I’ve done a lot of thinking today. About what to do next in life, and what will be the next big thing. I feel that I should seriously back into writing in a big way. Managing all the projects that I’d like to do will be challenging. But I think I should try and dedicate one day of my week for a particular project.
But one thing I will do, is do some daily writing. I should be able to manage, cause after all I am posting this even though it has been an off day.
This post is actually a few minutes into the next day. But I’m still trying to get into the swing of things. One of my New Year’s resolutions is to put parts of my life that aren’t on track, back on track. Of course this is easier said than done. But like Matthew Kelly–an amazing Catholic inspirational speaker and evangelist–says: “Our life changes when our habits change.” Changing habits is a long and difficult process, and honestly I’ll be happy if I can get everything in place by the end of THIS year.
In totally unrelated things, I found out that the original Starcraft runs beautifully under Wine. I’m going to try some of my other Windows games in the future, and see if I can realistic ignore using my Windows partition.
…I’m recuperating from the awesome party that the Huddarts (and Sharon) threw. Lots of fun, met new folks and partied well into the morning with everyone especially the Nasons and the Nolans. 🙂 Thanks guys. And the weather cooperated as well.
Anyways, I’m still pretty tired out. And tomorrow will really feel like the first day of the new year.