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The Ballad of Life's Balance

I once heard someone says that life is all about maintaining balance. I couldn't agree more. But I can't refrain myself from sighing, acknowledging how difficult maintaining balance in life is.

Physics taught me two different states of balance (which are known as equilibrium states).

The 1st kind of equilibrium, called a stable equilibrium, is a state of balance that is not easily disturbed. When a small disturbance is introduced to the system, it will quickly and naturally return to its balance state. Just like an object in a bowl being pushed to one side. After several oscillations, it returns to the centre of the bowl, which is the equilibrium position.

The other state of balance is the unstable equilibrium. Upon introduction of small disturbance, the system will most likely be driven to one side and never return to its balance state.

I wish life gives us the first type of equilibrium.

Unfortunately that's not the case. Life is so easily drifted to one side. Human have …


(Well, vibing applies for every aspects of life as well.)
“Vibing” is a mean-spirited attitude toward other musicians and the way they play the music“Vibing” is when the house guitarist at the jam won’t talk to the singer sitting in“Vibing” is the snide remark made by another musicians during the alto players solo“Vibing” is when the famous guitar player tells the poor bass player sitting in to go learn the @#$% changes“Vibing” is when the drummer starts making cross-eyed facial expressions to the bass player during the horn player’s jive solo“Vibing” is the knowing glances the in-crowd of musicians gives to each other around the new-comer
~ Camden Hughes (Why Vibing Is Bad for Jazz)


Daripada kelihatannya sehat, lebih baik sehat, dan kamu kelihatan.

Daripada tampak dewasa, lebih baik dewasa, dan kamu tampak.

Daripada baik-baik saja, lebih baik baik-baik, dan bukan kamu saja.

Dan jangan kamu lupa bahagia.

Daripada dari pada, mungkin masih lebih baik daripada.

Daripada memaksakan, mungkin masih lebih baik membiarkan.

Daripada mengkhawatirkan, mungkin masih lebih baik bla-bla-bla.

Daripada lupa bahagia, lebih baik kamu bla-bla-bla kata-kata.