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2006/10/31
分類: 心情小站 : 

作者: leifsonmc (9:29 pm)
在這裡待了很久的人看到這篇文章時可能會感到驚訝
那個有如時間般的流讓者又回來了
只是這次有不知道會待多久然而又眩然離去

在這裡不得不先對Dave跟Dj 說聲抱歉
雖然從一開始就開始幫忙
但總是來來去去
其實覺得自己有根沒有其實一樣
不要天麻煩就好

現在突然回來
市因為最近這一兩個月
因為興趣再加上工作的關係必須要常常與
一些人或是朋友出門去許多地方
像是一些餐廳 bars clubs 公共場合
社交活動等

無意間發現雖然自己已經很久沒有上來ECT
但卻被很多人認了出來
在這裡也必須再次多抱歉 因為對那些認出我的朋友們
我真不知道你們的名字或是代號 請見諒

跟他們的討論中 他們也提到了對ECT的看法與想法
大部分的人們都有很好的態度與感覺
也讓我感覺到我們ECT成員們的熱情與凝聚力
這也讓我覺得 也該是時候在回來看看了

我對ECT的感覺絕對不只限於網路上的一個我的最愛而已
雖然這不是一個實際的世界 但從一開始到現在 我也關心這裡發生的種種問題

我希望讀了這篇張的成員們 試著將ECT當作市一個你可以信賴的地方
而不是只是一個當你對英文有困難的時候才log in 的網頁
將它當成你的朋友 這樣你可以學的更有感受

以後那些在四處看到我的成員們 不用懷疑
如果你看到我在 Fabri 像個 party dancing boy
或是在Roof or P&W 任何餐廳 地方 社交場合 看到我
直接打個招呼 我很友善的 不會咬人

最後希望 ECT 繼續成長 加油
老實說 這次在回來 不知道會待多久
緩緩一笑
2005/12/25
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作者: leifsonmc (2:25 am)
The sky has lost it colour. No more blue for the sunshine, no more red for the sunset, only darkness accompanies the sky when time goes by.

The sun has turned to grey, for it has lost its passion for things it used to love. It becomes hopeless, no longer expects anymore.

At least that is how it feels to me, when one misses someone he can never have him back again. Never and never, as the reality keeps going on.

Whenever you are away, my heart is still beating, waiting and imagining maybe, maybe there would be a Maybe.

I crawl up in the corner, feeling the snow falling down on my shoulders, having those images flashing through my mind that we used to walk on this street together every night after work.

As I watch the minutes pass, time still can not heal the wound in the deep deep place of my heart. As I watch the snow dressing up the tree with a white elegant outfit, I hear the song telling the coming of the Christmas.

Each one brings me closer to the time when you will be back. I dreamed of you in my place watering those plants out of the window frame. I wish you were here, I pray to god for your returning back.

I can't take the distance. It is cruel as you take the air away from my little world. I can't take the miles. I am like a kite losing its thread, floating in the airy sky let the directionless wind take me to somewhere I have never seen. I can't take the time until the next time I see your smile. Aimless thought blinds me, all the shadow appearing in my head is your figure moving on my doorway.

I can't take the distance and I am not ashamed. The whole world would understand, even the stars in the sky would fall as the tears of the goddess of love Venus.

I can't take a breath without saying your name. your lips and soft hair, your eyes and spirit, your voice and your tie all have stepped into my uncontrollable life.

I can brave a hurricane and still be standing tall when all the dust has settled down. There is nothing can be an obstacle in my way. Even the mountains can't exhaust my feet running across it just for taking a look at your face. But I just can't take the time.

I still believe my feeling. The way you move, the way you tease me, the way you hold me and the way you know me. I can't find the right word to say. I whisper your name when I am asleep in my lonely day.

I make believe you are close to me. But it ain't close enough, not really close enough. Let me keep searching for your face, one day I know you will be back. Again and again, only hope will lead me to your place where I can show you my sincere love again.



Main structure and Ideas come from " (Music) The Distance by Evan & Jaron and (Music) The Way by Clay Aiken" Written by Leifson B. McEnroe. Nov.05.2005.


2005/10/30
分類: 心情小站 : 

作者: leifsonmc (11:44 am)
When you turn on your TV and switch it to CNN or any news channels recently, or go to msnbc.com, the headline you see would probably be The CIA Leak Case or The Blasts in New Delhi.
It s really sad to know such cynical terror attacks have happened last night around 6pm in the local time. So far no one can ensure which group should be responsible for the series attacks in different places of New Delhi, but no doubt that it was lunched by the terrorists.
It was an evening which should be joyful and peaceful, for it was the night before the very important traditional festival called "Diwali" of the local. People were out in markets for getting prepared for the stuff they needed to celebrate their merry holiday, but all of a sudden, the whole atmosphere was shattered by the blasts.

How come that they are people so brutal and merciless like that? Those culprits are to blame for more than 50 lives which have been taken away by the terror attacks. Such an atrocity should not have happened, even should not have existed either, but unfortunately it has been done last night when those victims were still happy enjoying their shopping in markets for Diwali.

Where is the love inside those terrorists? Are they really loveless? Or they just want to take revenge from those innocent people, so that people around the world will see what they have done through the news, which would make them feel proud of themselves?
Do they (Terrorists) really think they are doing something correct? If they do think so, why and for what a certain reason ensure them what they have done is right?

There are too many questions that the public may be curious and want to ask them. What the terrorists think is sometimes really not understandable. Maybe there is no empathy between them. However, after all they are still one of us, they are human beings as well. I believe that if today the wounded were one of their friends or family or someone they care about, then the whole situation may have changed now.

Think about those victims who have sustained a serious injury from the blasts, I wish those terrorists could realize the suffering and great grief they have brought to the world.

Written by Leifson B. McEnroe. Oct 30 2005.



2005/03/10
分類: 我的一天 : 

作者: leifsonmc (1:12 am)
Do personality tests work?

There’s a wide range of tests, of varying reliability. The most recent fad is aimed at finding “matrix workers” or those with “networking skills” but I find these of questionable value. The most common text is the old Myers-Briggs Inventory, which tries to determine how extroverted, intuitive, or thoughtful you are. Many psychologists question its accuracy. In my experience, most employers are looking for dedication, intelligence, capacity for hard work, and flexibility-no matter what the job is. Written by William Pollack, Ph.D. Adopted by Leifson B. McEnroe.

2005/03/08
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作者: leifsonmc (11:09 pm)
One possibility is exercise induced high blood pressure. You may seem fit, but it’s possible that your arteries can’t handle the strain of exercise, so your blood pressure rises. This can be genetic, and it usually doesn’t have any other symptoms. Many in the medical community think high blood pressure during exercise is itself a risk factor for heart disease and may predate the onset of typical hypertension. I suggest you see a cardiologist about your symptoms.

2005/03/07
分類: 文學分享 : 

作者: leifsonmc (12:11 pm)
In the first place, I want to emphasize the note of interrogation at the end of my title. Even if I could answer the question for myself, the answer would apply only to me and not to you. The only advice, indeed, that one person can give another about reading is to take no advice, to follow you own instincts, to use your own reason to come to your own conclusions. If this is agreed between us, then I feel at liberty to put forward a few ideas and suggestions because you will not allow them to fetter that independence which is the most important quality that a reader can possess.

After all, what laws can be laid down about books? The battle of Waterloo was certainly fought on a certain day, but is Hamlet a better play than Lear? Nobody can say. Each must decide that question of himself. To admit authorities, however heavily furred and gowned, into our libraries and let them tell us how to read, that to read, what value to place upon what we read, is to destroy the spirit of freedom which is the breath of those sanctuaries. Everywhere else we may be bound by laws and conversions – there we have none. But to enjoy freedom, if the platitude is pardonable, we have of course to control ourselves. We must not squander our powers, helplessly and ignorantly squirting half the house in order to water a single rose-bush.

Grape Picker
2005/02/28
分類: 文法篇 : 

作者: leifsonmc (4:36 pm)
We care for literature primarily on account of its deep and lasting human significance. A great book grows directly out of life: in reading it, we are bought into large, close, and fresh relations with life; and in that fact lies the final explanation of its power.

Literature is a vital record of what men have seen in life, what they have experienced of it, what they have thought and felt about those aspects of it which have the most immediate and enduring interest for all of us. It is this fundamentally an expression of life through the medium of language. Such expression is fashioned into the various forms of literary art. But it is important to understand, to begin with, that literature lives by virtue of the life which it embodies. By remembering this, we shall be saved from the besetting dander of confounding the study of literature with the study of philology, rhetoric, and even literary technique.

Charles Bridge Cyclist

2005/01/25
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作者: leifsonmc (2:45 pm)
It was the best of time, it was the worst of time. It was the age of wisdom, it was the age of foolishness. It was the epoch of belief, it was the epoch of incredulity. It was the season of Light, it was the season of Darkness. It was the spring of hope, it was the winter of despair. We had everything before us, we had nothing before us. We were all going directly to Heaven, we were all going directly to the other way - in short, the period was so far like the present period, that some of its noisiest authorities insisted on its being received, for good or for evil, in the superlative degree of comparison only.

There were a king with a large jaw and a queen with a plain face, on the throne of England; there were a king with a large jaw and a queen with a fair face, on the throne of France. In both countries it was clearer than crystal to the lords of the State preserves of loaves and fishes, things in general were settled for ever.

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