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Books I have completed reading since January 2018:

1. No Man's Nightingale - Ruth Rendell
2. One Day - David Nicholls
3. The Door - Margaret Atwood
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Tuesday, March 31, 2009
I have something here to all readers who happen to stumble this entry: Remember that there are people out there who can read you like reading a synopsis and determining whether the story will be good or not. Believe it if you don't because one day you will meet someone that fits my description. And you will be judged.

My mother's friend is even sharper than my mother and I; she could evaluate and list down the person's strengths and weaknesses of personality and character by just the first look. I could not do the same thing because my heart always wanted to believe that my evaluation is wrong and there's goodness in that person. But somehow my heart is, always always, wrong and my evaluation is always right: whatever the look of the person is is whatever the person's personality and character is. It's not like if the person looks like a gangster, he is one for sure. It's hard to explain but I could tell the person's character through the first meeting. And I can even know how the person's brain functions. Body language and words also help me out in mapping out the person's identity but the face of the person could never betray your true identity, regardles of whether you show it off or not.

So, be careful of your body language, as first impression is still very important.


Woo...so scary lo
» Bernard ( on 2009-03-31 10:51:22

vv scary!
» jolenesiah on 2009-03-31 11:55:27

I haven't been able to visit your page in a long time...I don't know why. It would only load the Nubar on the top of the page.

Anyway, it's true that first impressions count a lot toward whether or not you and someone else can become friends...but I've found that my impressions of people are not always what they turn out to be. People are constantly changing (including yourself) so judgments might differ from time to time.
» The-Muffin-Man on 2009-03-31 03:05:54

Even if I were to somehow.. learn how to evaluate a person and break them done into components from behavior, I don't think I would learn or use it. There's some awe in surprise and discovering who a person is on your own.

But what you say about first impression is true, it's the unconscious mind that is responsible for it and over time we consciously break off that influence.
» yourcupoftea on 2009-03-31 10:46:34

I do agree that first impressions count but there's also truth to not being too quick to judge and in many cases, it's true. And most ppl aren't usually like what you first see of them on the outside. Most ppl are the opposite from what you perceive on the outside. I don't want to be too quick to judge coz the true colours will eventually show. Just my opinion :)
» Mei Teng ( on 2009-04-01 10:47:45

yes i agree with you first impressions will affect on how you evaluate that person or the way you treat him/her at the later stage. like you, i always ask myself to be neutral in judgement but always can't help. and i feel its kinda strange that my judgement is always accurate even at the first sight.
» sdovelly ( on 2009-04-03 01:04:13

Your mother's friend reminds me of someone I know who has the same ability. It is true body language is important, but not everyone knows how to master body language, so it' still better to give the benefit of the doubt.
» JL ( on 2009-04-03 12:32:45



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