We communicate everytime and everywhere.
From the conversations with friends at a social gathering, to expressing a heartfelt passion for your Minah, to your own internal monologue of mundane MRT rides commuting to work, we won’t stop communicating as long as we breathe. Our own dreams (even the wet ones) are also a form of communication on how we perceive the world even as we diffuse into deep slumber.
Needless to say, that’s what my blog is all about: Communicating, with my own set of opinions rummaging through my brains, in words. I’ve never felt anything so fulfilling than to express whatever it is in my mind, and what better ways are there to do so than blogging?
To simplify things for those who are (or pretend to be) interested in the first place, I have classified my subject matter into three parts:
1) Review/Preview/Interview. Basically my own sentiments and discussions from books, movies, newspaper articles or any daily-life events about relationships, friendships, kinships, love, lust etc.
2) Knowledge-based Sharing. If you think that this blog is only laden-filled with my rubbish, then you’re wrong, hopefully. I’ve decided to do a summarized version on what I’ve learnt in school through approved textbooks like Psychology: Core concepts (Sixth edition) and Communication Mosaics: An Introduction to the Field of Communication (6th edition), to name a few. So it’s like stumbling into a goldmine, my blog: You just have to look at the right place.
3) My other crap. The on-goings of my life: my rants and rambles, or showcasing my hobbies such as stenciling, penmanship or cheapskate poem-writings that any enthusiasts can relate to.
With all these being said, allow me to repeat myself: this is neither a matchmaking or a relationship advice column. There will be an inclination for me gearing towards a male-centric point of view on the topics of dating, but I'll try my bestest to keep a neutral stance wherever possible.
I'd like to end it off with two quotes to put my point across, in an attempt to deliver the extra Oomph! like how quotes should traditionally serve. Heh. Cheers!
“The act of writing is the act of discovering what you believe.”
- David Hare
“Either write something worth reading or do something worth writing.”
- Ben Franklin