Sarawak Trip 2013. 10th May
When We Build by Wilson Miner
This might seem obvious, but we lose track of it. In fact, some say we don’t change at all but we do. We all go through stages — setbacks, successes and failures. Things we once cared about will lose their meaning and new things come to take their place. The things that make you happy can change from one day to the next.
When I was in primary school, I had so many interests that I really didn’t know what to do with myself. Initially, I thought I might want to be a doctor, but this seemed more challenging than being an engineer, so I applied to technical science stream in secondary school. I was only sixteen at the time.
My problem was that I was interested in too much. I was curious about medicine, engineering and programming, psychology and sociology. I was hungry to learn and I have remained hungry. I think too many people lose or give up that too soon in life.
Education isn’t really about degrees.
Header image for my Facebook cover photo.
Not sure should I redesign or just improve some parts of this blog since it is almost dead (lack of updates I guess). Let see what I’m going to do soon.