In This Life

I've been to paradise, but I've never been to me.

The Days

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So many festivals nowadays.

Five days ago it was National Day. And today is Mid-Autumn Day. The former is statutory, while the latter not. So we have a three-day holiday when National Day comes. And in order to advance the development of economy, the Golden Week became true several years ago. Fortunately, the Mid-Autumn Day is in this week. Then we have two festivals.

Suddenly, it seems that there are a lot of festivals in mainland China. Chinese, foreign; modern, ancient; and so on. Just like loving food and drink, Chinese people are always busy with many kinds of festivals. Especially with the traditional. However, it makes no sense to me today. I eat few mooncakes this week. I don’t like it. I have no good feeling of some traditional Chinese festivals. Maybe you consider me as a person who worship foreign things and fawn on foreign powers. I don’t know how to retort upon you. Anyway, I don’t care.

Staying at home for too long time is a boring thing. You have no idea to do anything. You could do daydreaming instead. Just live a simple life that pigs live too. There are many differences between home and campus. In fact, I find myself not used to staying at home. Despite the delicious food. Now I am counting the rest days before I leave for school. 7,6,5,4,…

It’s too terrible. I’m just away from the school for a few days. But now I can’t remember many things. Thinking is out of control. I looks like a mute person because I couldn’t show you what my mood is. My hot head makes you see hundreds of meaningless words lie here.

Writing can hurt you at last. I won’t let my heart control my head, like Celine singing.

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Author: jleecute

a native Chinese man who wants to know the world better -------- We can cure physical diseases with medicine, but the only cure for loneliness, despair, and hopeless is love. There are many in the world who are dying for a piece of bread, but there are many more dying for a little love.

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