thank god. i swear, i think i would die if it wasn't for the fact that we only have 5 more days to wake up. i can
handle that. :). one more day to wake up this week and i am completely okay with that.
well, i guess i'm currently married to my crush, and he's spreading that around :) haha. whatever. i really hate
that i like him, because he's GAY!!!! wtf? how do i fall for a GAY guy? i dont understand it... i guess maybe it's because he's become one of my closest guy friends... man, i like him, and i'm
going to try the trick that mrs. miller taught us about the pupils, i'm wondering if he'll use it on me, because he knows that i like him... :)
well, i'm gonna go, i'm hanging out with emmah and allen.
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Tuesday, October 23, 2007
BURMA LETS NOT FORGET.
Current mood: worried
Since the oppressive government of Burma have severed all contact with the outside world, through a ban on tv, radio and internet media, It can easily seem to those outside that the
terrible oppression that the people of Burma are suffering is over, but far from it. Reports leaking from the Country suggest that things are still bad and getting worse. Here is what
Amnesty international have to say on the matter.
Violent crackdown on protesters continues
A heavy military presence on Burma's streets, combined with mass arrests, has stamped out the massive protests of the past week. Huge numbers of troops are visible on street corners
across Yangon, the focal point for the demonstrations, and fear is widespread.
The flood of reports in the city of alleged brutal killings, disappearances and arrests is causing major concern for the people of Burma and those watching the continuing crisis.
Watch footage of protests in Burma (RealPlayer)
Amnesty International has long documented Burma's appalling human rights record. This includes widespread and systematic human rights violations:
Act nowto protect peaceful protestors The Governments hope is that through the
meassures it has taken through the media ban, the world will forget their peoples plight, We must not let them succeed in this endeavour. The problem we face is that the media of the
western world are there to make interesting tv, and if there is nothing to report the situation is put on the shelf until something terrible happens. Lets not wait for that to happen
to remind us. Lets act now, by writing to our governments, and the chinese government demanding that they act to stop these crimes against humanity. Look out for any protest that are
taking place that we can attend.. Also you can do what i have done and bring the situation to peoples attention by writing an entry in our blogs and on our comments on myspace etc. We
all have the tools to be able to do this and this seemingly small act can reach so many and do so much. I thank you all very much for your attention on this matter and hope and pray
you all have the love and compassion in your hearts to act NOW. With Metta (LOVING KINDNESS) Garry D. AKA SOOPANOVA.
This is the 1st day live without u....u fly yesterday.....to a place tat i have never been to......
For the whole night......tears drops n thoughts r full on my mind......
when the morning i wake up, i saw ur message in msn......i am really regret tat i wake up late.......
This day is holiday, i no nid to work.......but wat can i do?
without u.......i just dunno wat can i do......just thinking about u.......
i see all te photos u took with me, ever faces of urs r stuck in my mind......
i read all the jounals u wrote to me n every journal i wrote when i knew u......
feeling time flew, one years just pass tat easily.......
the time we having bad feelings, arguement.......everything...............
i just cant stop thinking about u........
i should be strong........stop staring ur photos without doing anything.........
baby, tonight i will go out yam cha with my kor n my kor new girlfriend.......this is the 1st step i try to be strong......to start a world without u........no......not without u..........is to
start the world of being "独立"
Quote of the day
"The mother of excess is not joy but joylessness." - Friedrich Nietzsche
Universe entry of the day
The funny thing, Ed, is that in spite of the euphoria one feels upon entering paradise, cloaked in miracles, surrounded by angels, love, and unimaginable beauty, it gradually becomes all they know,
commonplace, ordinary, and then, shockingly... invisible.
Yep, I'm talking about life on earth.
Journal entry of the day
Love, love, love, da-da-da, love, love, love, etc., etc.
Famous and great song. The longer I ponder it the more I relize and believe that the root of God and all things good is love. God is love is a Christian concept and the only religion on the planet
to make this proclamation. Dr. Wayne Dyer quoted someone who said, "The only difference between good and God is "o" or nothing. There is no difference. We are all capable of God like qualities if
we share love.