Anyway, as much as I hate to admit, sometimes life's really unfair. Let's say you're assigned a project, and you've to lead a team of people under you. You put in 101% effort for a project. Similarly, there're others doing other projects as well. Whether within or out of your own group, there're those who are like you, giving all they have, and those who simply do little, or nothing at all. Yet special attention is paid to a certain group of people, whether they're those that put in effort or not. Why? Is it because they've been assigned a project that's more important? Can't ALL project supervisors pay equal attention to their groups? Well, guess I'll leave it at that.
On another note, Dr William Tan just did a 24-hour marathon in my school. He's aiming for the Guinness Book of Records. It was really inspiring watching him completing laps after laps. I think the total count in the end was 660 or 661 laps! It started around 7pm on Thursday, and ended around the same time on Friday. I ran on both days, and my legs hurt like crazy now. Nevertheless, it was fun! =) Hope this milestone gets recorded into the Guinness Book of Records!
Lastly, I'd like to take a short moment and thank a special someone ^_^. No idea when she'll read this though =P. You know who you are, idiot! =P Thanks for being so