“I’m also learned that a real mouth-smile always has an eye-smile to go with it, so watch out, I say, when someone smiles at you with his mouth but the eyes stay the same. It’s sure to be bogus.”
– taken from Danny the Champion of the World, heart warming book (as usual) by Roadl Dahl
“Kita perlu menerima kenyataan bahwa adakalanya kita tidak tahu dan lebih sering mengatakan ‘Saya tidak tahu.'” – Blink, Malcolm Gladwell
I currently make hydrology report for my project. I looove doing such things. Make resume from book, type many words in stacks of paper or give corrections in others report. That’s my another passion as long as I can remember.
So, my writing report always begin with read some of materials, whether it is paper, book or previous report. The more I read, I think hydrology topic is very interesting. Interesting because I hardly understand what is it. Nerd, eh? Yes, I do! For classic case, many people will regret what did he/she do while writing final project or theses after read so many interesting about this field. “I regret because my topic is not that interesting”, “Don’t talk about that. It was so-s0 work” and many more.
Mmm, the best think you can regret about past is not telling it to the world you regret it, but fix what you can do now. Babbling about past (especially with
wrong people who can’t understand you) is totally wrong. It just give another heartache for both side. Beside, study doesn’t stop with your college/school graduation, too.