Saturday, 31 July 2010

Imagine doing something all your life, that you thought was helpful, beneficial to others. In other words, the right, good thing to do. Then one day someone comes along and says something that totally changes your view. The thing you previously thought was right and good now seems wrong and bad. Not a sin or a very bad thing, but a gray area in morality. Was the thing negative and bad all along, even though it was only your view that changed? What about the views of others, do they affect if something is 'right' or 'wrong'? Do our actions define our morals or do our morals define our actions.

What if you thought you were helping others, but it turns out that maybe you were just distracting them from what they should have been focusing on instead. What if it comes so instinctively now that you don't know what to do to change. What if hypothetical situations never existed. But hypothetical situations are hypothetical and don't exist anyways.

I am thinking way too much about way too many things at the same time. Not good.

Tuesday, 27 July 2010

Wednesday, 21 July 2010

Designing Magazines.

Haven't Photoshopped for fun in a long time, hahaha.


Minghui's latest quasi-philosophical thought of the week/month is how quasi-anything sounds really awesome. Like quasi-scientific, quasi-legislative, quasimodo, etcetera etcetera. Quasi sounds cool right! :D

Sunday, 18 July 2010

It's 4am and I'm thinking of games for Sunday School children to play in 7 hours. Hahahaha. /minghui going crazy

Monday, 12 July 2010

New Shoes.

I realised it's only 21 weeks to the marathon, uh oh.
I need to start running again. But it's submission week and I think I won't be sleeping much for the next few days. :(

Potato Chef 2010.

Like the previous post about the History of the dish, this post is about the competition itself.

Saturday, 10 July 2010

Potato Jumps Over The Wall.

Read on to assuage your curiosity for the treasure trove of culture, knowledge and understanding through this pictorial representation of the legendary history of this enigmatic dish. Delight your brain cells as you delve into this epically surrealistic world of potatoes, and it should be noted that all gratitude and acknowledgement must be directed to my cell group. :D

Thursday, 8 July 2010

Laura's 18th Birthday.

Pictures were shot a really long time ago and I completely forgot about them! :S

Wednesday, 7 July 2010

Facing Your Giants - SAY Camp 2010.

Was kind of wondering how I was going to post photos of the camp cause there's like 500 or so, so I decided to do a video! Hahaha. Although not all the pictures in this video are taken by me and half the pictures I took I can find fault with, an experience isn't defined by the number of good pictures you shot is it? (I'm just making myself feel better)

Created the video in Final Cut Pro, and it took me an Afternoon to figure out all the controls and effects and everything. Haha. It's like a hundred times more complicated than iMovie, and I made a lot of stupid mistakes here and there, and wasted a lot of time as such. In retrospect, I think I added way too many effects into the above video, but the Gaussian blurs/keyframe effects are so cool. It's like Photoshop that moves hahaha.

And the song in the video is rather emo-ish too. But I was hearing the new album by Lifehouse when doing the video and started playing the rerecorded version again and again. I think the previous version with the cello was nicer though. The song is Everything by Lifehouse and it has a crazy A2 chord that requires a lot of stretching between your middle and ring finger that I remember trying to learn when I first started out learning the guitar.

Saturday, 3 July 2010

Lower Pierce Reservoir.

Went to the Lower Pierce Reservoir a long long time ago with Ryan. But before that we were at Funan/City Hall shopping! Hahaha.

Thursday, 1 July 2010

How do you fight a battle when you know you've lost?
How do you study for a test if you know you've failed?
How do you defend something if the verdict has been set?
You do it not because it has to be done, or no one else will do it, but you do it because you know that the destination is worth the journey.
The outcome justifies the process. I just wish we had a better process. :(