"Jacqueline Koh
Plant your own garden and decorate your own soul, instead of waiting around for somebody to give you flowers"
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Thursday, November 15, 2012 || 7:25 AM

We all seem to enjoy Shakespeare's words more than we heed them. To think about it, don't you think his words are really good advice musked in literature? In lit, we dissect, shelf certain strings of words up in different components, we try to wring out a thousand and one possible subtexts. Critical analysis at every angle possible - fun to put into deeper meaning the probable subconscious mind of Shakespeare himself, but sometimes, analyzing too much can cause the initial meaning to be lost in such a transition. 
Shakespeare can get away with being shelved in the self-help section. Don't you think? - http://www.brainyquote.com/quotes/authors/w/william_shakespeare.html

Like a croissant, good ole English style with a classic block of butter is best.
A cinnamon sugar glazed croissant with raisins can be a little too over-bearing.
Keep it simple.

'What if I jump into the sea?'
'No, you won't.'
'I might. I dont want to, but I might because I can't control myself!'
'Then i'll take a jumpshot of you.'

The subconscious wants to have a taste of the salty vast and deep seas so bad it might defy the signals the logical part of the brain sends. 

I have real amazing people in my life. I can't ask for more, really :)

Two random thoughts - 1.Miss the egg yolk butter crab Ed cooked, pincers lickin' good!!
2. Can't wait to attend my Yoga breathing & meditation class!

Memorable moments make smiles radiate from the heart :)