Wednesday, July 6, 2011

Inspiring Bits and Pieces from Francis Kong

I finally finished reading the last pages of Francis Kong's Three Little Words. Great book to keep you going, here are the Random Inspiring things you might want to go through some are indeed hilarious:

(1) the most important thing in this world is not things, but relationships... people. --Tenessee William's "Something by Tolstoy" (how one's ambition can make us lose touch of who we are and our heart's desire - it’s a sad but one great story to learn from); 
(2) It’s not about how strong you start, but how well you finished; 
(3)The race for quality has no finish line;
(4)Nice guys may appear to finish last, but they’re usually running a different race; 

Tuesday, July 5, 2011

Book Club: Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen

Thinking of a book club? I am. Currently organizing a book club, and Inviting close friends and colleagues for a start, it’s pretty cool way to keep the adrenaline rush I guess, keeping that juice flowing. I was looking for books to create interesting thoughts among ourselves. And since I always admire Jane Austen’s style in writing, I decided to start with her book: Pride and Prejudice. Perhaps, it was transformed into a television drama and eventually a movie, because of its very interesting story in which I look forward to be discussing with my friends.