At the end of April, I set out goals for the month of May. Now that May has ended, here’s how I did:
1. Read at least 4 books.
– I have read 20 books by the end of April, leaving me with 30 more books to achieve the goal of 50 for this year. Thus, around 4 books a month.
– HOW I DID: FAIL!!! I only read 2 books this month and not even halfway in my 3rd. I need to catch up since I really don’t want to cram in the last 2 months of the year to get to 50 books…
In my uni, we had to take 12 units (4 courses) of theology. One theology we had to take was the Theology of Love and Marriage.
In this course, we were introduced to the “definition” of love – pulled out straight from a chapter of the book by M. Scott Peck, M.D., “The Road Less Traveled: A New Psychology of Love, Traditional Values and Spiritual Growth”.
To choose from Lang Leav’s collection of poems about love and misadventure (misadventures in love? love being a misadventure?) is definitely NOT easy.
Her poems are easy to read and to understand. I hate it when poems are too… mysterious in their meanings. I feel like the best poems are simple and affecting. That’s my personal taste.
..or at least, I’m in the process of. 🙂
(This post explores the BEFORE part of this adventure.)
Happy Birthday Jan!
This blog post is dedicated to my friend, Jan, who I am sort of considering as my soul mate – who celebrated his 25th birthday last Sunday, 24th.
One day last December, I was not feeling sleepy even though it was way past my usual bedtime. It had been a year since I have moved into my new room. I see the bright yellow walls, still so clean and new, and I see a marker beside my bed.
Since I disappeared (quite a bit) during the month of April, I am now writing my goals for this exciting (I’m claiming it!) month of May. This is to help me keep myself in check, hopefully.. So, here are the goals: