Gulliver’s Travels
The most BORING book I’ve ever had to complete… boo…fairy tales. Yuck.

But.. Still some really depressing ideas..and here are a few that caugh my attention:

-Society punish the bad, but never reward the good.
-Employment is based on skills, not on ones moral: Productivity > Integrity
-Look closely enough at someone and you’ll find that people are flawed.
-It’s hard to be the nice guy when you’re powerless.
-Old people are too idolized. They are not as wise as people think.
-People eventually out-live their usefulness.
-History is a disconnection from the past. It is always written by the winners.
-Humans are gullible, and those who are payed to write “history” are willing to betray the truth for money.
-The more ridiculous the reasons, the bloodier the wars.



The word “yahoo” was invented by the author, Jonathan Swift, which is described to be a disgusting, useless and worthless humanlike creature. Heeeee.  How funny that one of the biggest internet browser named itself “yahoo”.

Hardships of the Faithful…

God hath not promised
Skies always blue,
Flower-strewn pathways
All our lives through;

God hath not promised
Sun without rain,
Joy without sorrow,
Peace without pain.

But God hath promised
Strenght for the day,
Rest for the labour,
Light for the way,
Grace for the trials,
Help from above,
Unfailing sympathy,
Undying love.

It was SO worth all the dedication.
Yay!

I felt happiness, excitment and satisfaction in so many ways.
And none of them felt like this. It’s so good, I can’t even explain.