Sunday, May 30, 2010

hidup iini mmg palat...jangan jadi baik dalam berpasangan..

kenape ade pekataan break dalam percintaan?kenape wanita selalu memberi alasan yang kurnag memuaskan jika die nak break...salah lelaki kah?ke salah si wanita itu sendiri.
kenape org kalau jujur dan sangat baik dianggap salah dalam percintaan sehingga kan hal ini menjadi faktor mendorong sepasang kekasih sehingga break. aku sendiri xpernah faham ngan hal wanita zaman sekarang...mungkin mereka nak boyfrend die jai jahat kot....mengikut pengalaman aq...dah 3kali da aq kene break sebab alasan yang xmunasabah nie...alasan di"saya xboleh trima awak la sebab awak baik sangat.."slah ke jadi baik?kesimpulannya....jangan jadi BAIK...

Friday, May 28, 2010


Boredom is a condition characterized by perception of one's environment as dull, tedious, and lacking in stimulation. This can result from leisure and a lack of aesthetic interests. Labor, however, and even art may be alienated and passive, or immersed in tedium (see Marx's theory of alienation). There is an inherent anxiety in boredom; people will expend considerable effort to prevent or remedy it, yet in many circumstances, it is accepted as suffering to be endured. Common passive ways to escape boredom are to sleep or to think creative thoughts (daydream). Typical active solutions consist in an intentional activity of some sort, often something new, as familiarity and repetition lead to the tedious.
Boredom also plays a role in existentialist thought. In contexts where one is confined, spatially or otherwise, boredom may be met with various religious activities, not because religion would want to associate itself with tedium, but rather, partly because boredom may be taken as the essential human condition, to which God, wisdom, or morality are the ultimate answers. Boredom is in fact taken in this sense by virtually all existentialist philosophers as well as by Schopenhauer. Heidegger wrote about boredom in two texts available in English, in the 1929/30 semester lecture course The Fundamental Concepts of Metaphysics, and again in the essay What is Metaphysics? published in the same year. In the lecture, Heidegger included about 100 pages on boredom, probably the most extensive philosophical treatment ever of the subject. He focused on waiting at train stations in particular as a major context of boredom.[12] In Kierkegaard's remark in Either/Or, that "patience cannot be depicted" visually, there is a sense that any immediate moment of life may be fundamentally tedious. Blaise Pascal in the Pensées discusses the human condition in saying "we seek rest in a struggle against some obstacles. And when we have overcome these, rest proves unbearable because of the boredom it produces", and later states that "only an infinite and immutable object - that is, God himself - can fill this infinite abyss."[13]
Without stimulus or focus, the individual is confronted with nothingness, the meaninglessness of existence, and experiences existential anxiety. Heidegger states this idea nicely: "Profound boredom, drifting here and there in the abysses of our existence like a muffling fog, removes all things and men and oneself along with it into a remarkable indifference. This boredom reveals being as a whole."[14] Arthur Schopenhauer used the existence of boredom in an attempt to prove the vanity of human existence, stating, "...for if life, in the desire for which our essence and existence consists, possessed in itself a positive value and real content, there would be no such thing as boredom: mere existence would fulfil and satisfy us."[15]
Erich Fromm and other similar thinkers of critical theory speak of bourgeois society in terms similar to boredom, and Fromm mentions sex and the automobile as fundamental outlets of postmodern boredom. Above and beyond taste and character, the universal case of boredom consists in any instance of waiting, as Heidegger noted, such as in line, for someone else to arrive or finish a task, or while one is travelling. Boredom, however, may also increase as travel becomes more convenient, as the vehicle may become more like the windowless monad in Leibniz's monadology.[citation needed] The automobile requires fast reflexes, making its operator busy and hence, perhaps for other reasons as well, making the ride more tedious despite being over sooner.

Thursday, May 27, 2010

this is my lovely stuff....

i like all my gadget...i dont think i can live without my stuff....

Tuesday, May 25, 2010

h a r i i n i d a l a m s e j a r a h

name: khairul anuar

anak kepada: pasangan en mohd suhaimi dan pn zaliha

berumur: 21 tahun

tarikh lahir: 27.12.

status: xberapa nak single la....

adik beradik: 7 aku no 6....

suke: makan, tido, tengok bola, chelseafc, dan suka gadisku...

penah menjadi student: tadika perpaduan cheras baru.
: sekolah rendah kg cheras baru
: sekolah menengah taman seraya
: sekolah menengah pandan mewah
: universiti institusi teknologi mara(UiTM) shah alam

student: mascomm major in advertising.

suke gejet: computer acerku, kemere DSLRku A230, PSP3000ku dan handpone n81 ku..huhahahaha.

suka hangout ngan mambe2....

kenapa saya suka rumah saya?kenapa saya suka rumah saya?sebab die best...saya ade adik, akak abang, kakak.....saya suke kawan saya,saya ada ramai kawan dari tadika, sekolah rendah, sekolah menengah, sekolah tinggi serta Di universiti. saya juga suka Hazirah..siapa tuh?bia saya sahaja taw..he3 saya suka berburak,ber"joking",mendengar masalah org len tapi xske kongsi masalah sendiri. saya xsuke org yg bermuke-muke,xske buku teks, xske buat assigment, xske di presure, xske kawan makan kawan dan kawan lupe kawan...he3 tu je kot pasal diri saya...owh satu lagi, saya xencem.hahahaa...