Saturday, August 05, 2006

Gladly received

Long time never post already... maybe this few month mood not that good, not even wanted to think anything else ... I thought only gal will have this kind of situation but guy do have ;P

moody
· adj. (moodier, moodiest)
1 given to unpredictable changes of mood, especially sudden bouts of gloominess or sullenness.
2 giving an impression of melancholy or mystery.
– DERIVATIVES moodily adv. moodiness n....

Anyway if we can't change it then we have to adapt to it ...

人生就像是一场棋,对手则是我们身处的环境,有的人能预想十几步。乃至几十步之 外,早早便作好安排;有的人只能看到几步之外,甚至走一步,算一步。

与高手对招,常一步失策,满盘皆输:但是高手下棋,眼见的残局,却可能峰回路转, 起死回生。

有的人下棋,落子如飞,但是常忙中有错;有些人下棋又因起初长考太多,弄得后来捉襟见肘。

有的人下棋,不到最后关头,绝不认输;有些人下棋,稍见情势不妙就弃子投降。

棋子总是愈下愈少,人生总是愈来愈短,于是早时落错了子,后来都要加倍苦恼地应付。而棋子一个个地去了,愈是剩下的少,便愈得小心地下。赢,固然漂亮;输也要撑得久。输得少,才有些面子。

所幸者,人生的棋局,虽也是“起手无回”,观棋的人,却不必“观棋不语”,于是功力差些的人,找几个参谋,常能开创好的局面。但千万记住,观棋的参谋,也有他自己的棋局,可别只顾找人帮忙,而误了他抨上的厮杀。

如果你不知道计划未来,必是个很差的棋士;如果你没有参谋,必是很孤独的棋士;如果你因为输不起,而想翻棋盘,早早向人生告别,必是最傻的棋士。

请问:你还有多少棋子?你已有多少斩获?你是不是应该更小心地,把所剩无几的棋子,放在最佳的位置。

Everything is back to normal already but i know that there might be some thought will still floating around my brain... I just ignore it ;p

1 Comments:

Blogger Patrick said...

仓卒岁月,世事如棋.好好把握每一局吧!

1:16 PM  

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