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Unrecorded past

April 24, 2008

I’ve notice that every time I make an entry, or any log about any activities I may be doing, I tend to leave out some details that I forgot about or deem too troublesome to fully explain in self-contained text. And it is these details that evolve into something major later on, and when that happens, writing about them will be a tad harder as the roots of the events were not revealed beforehand back when it was relevant.

Actually, I’m looking at quite a lot of entry worthy materials flying by me every day but it is these lack of initial notes that makes mentioning them now a lot more inappropriate.

The consequences to these are usually just the loss of entry worthy material but if a more elaborate series of unfortunate circumstances were to be woven together, like what happened to my internship report, it could possibly doom a final semester result. I’ll refrain from going into details with that matter as I deem it too troublesome to fully explain in self-contained text.

Now why am I talking about this in this entry? Because I originally had something in mind to put here earlier but I’ve forgotten what it was. It’s probably another something that I’ll regret never mentioning in the future, yeah.

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One comment

  1. That’s the problem with life, isn’t it? Unlike a story, you’re not always in control of the outcome. That’s why, when you’re writing a blog entry, you’re never sure which details to mention and which to leave out.



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