Sometimes living up to expectations is really hard.
Today has been a long day I guess, and should I say yesterday instead because its 12.02 right now?
So this week is mainly on CCA with Tuesday being CCA/CCA Concert Rehearsals, Wednesday being CCA Chalet (and Thursday for those who sleptover, which unfortunately does not include me) and Friday (today/yesterday) being CCA/CCA Concert Rehearsal.
During CCA, Rachel Low asked us to come up with goals we’ll like to achieve/accomplish by next year.
So my batch came up with 10 which we took turns saying two each, since He Yi was absent.
Ok Im too lazy to post everything here.
So one of the points made is to live up to others’ expectations (and not to disappoint others) and Rachel Low said we should actually set our own expectations and live up to them and not live up to others’ expectations.
That, I agree with. And Im sure you too.
Ok Im going to stop acting cool but anyway today’s title is like Fufillment, Satisfaction and Happiness 8)
WHICH IS SO GAY BUT IF A COOL PERSON IS SAYING THIS IT’LL SOUND COOLER.
1. To bring into actuality; effect: fulfilled their promises.
2. To carry out (an order, for example).
3. To measure up to; satisfy.
4. To bring to an end; complete.
According to thefreedictionary.com
Okay why am I not using dictionary.com?
But anyway yes that’s the definition of fufill.
Does fufill = satisfy?
But anyway if you fufill stuff, you get satisfaction, and when you get satisfaction, its kinda like a form of happiness right?
Then is fufillment the secret to happiness? (In a way)
To satisfy, to carry out orders?
So when you do satisfy others, carry out orders, you get happiness?
Or do they people who order you to get happiness?
Or is it a win-win situation?
Or is it a lose-lose situation?
Nehhh I dont know.
I havent got that out yet.
But yes enjoy the last day of 2011. ;)
While I shall rest my mind and not think about such pointless stuff.
Good day and have a happy 31 Dec 2011.