Closing The Box

Sometimes, the best decision is the option you don’t like. I’ve been sitting in front of laptop these few days, since I need to correspond with some parties, regarding my study and work plan. Holding myself back from my social needs is pretty hard, but I don’t really feel like it to meet people too much when I had my head overloaded. It’s not that I don’t want to share. More like I don’t know how to say it.
Sometimes my friends do ask, and I respond to them. But the truth is, there are more things that I didn’t say rather than things that I explained. I have been wondering how my life would be lately. Many things are too uncertain, plans kept changing, and for an OCD like me it’s really a pain in the ass. So when I had the chance to rest for a few days due to post-tooth operation, I watched a movie my sister recommended. 500 days of summer. I’ve been currently looking up to someone who dares to make such a big decision and effort in such an early age, I wondered what am I doing when I was his age. Anyway, this movie reminds me of how I could be or do…if it wasn’t for his presence. It’s just that I don’t want to be that person anymore. I’m erasing the content. I’m closing the box.

Sherlock Holmes and My Psychotic Ideas

Have you ever really paid attention to the minor things instead of the major, usual ones? I used to do that. I have different ways to do a lot of things, and one of them is the way I see scenes in movies. Last time I watched Sherlock Holmes 2. My first impression was of course: “Wow. Genius!” That part was no different. But what came later were ideas scattering around my brain, full of questions. Again, I’m required to read a lot to find out thoroughly. I guess no matter how much I tried to find out I never felt its good enough.
Some parts just left huge questions and I guess all I can do for now is note them here so I won’t forget to dig them up, someday when I had the source, so I can do something more satisfying with these information. My personal opinion so far is, this movie secretly describes the sentiments and political pull strings within powerful countries around the World War. Perhaps the brilliant mind-setting scenes were brain boogling, but some sentences and scenes caught my mind.
I hereby note these:

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