Sparks — Curiosity kills the cat.

I always think I know a thing. But sometimes it turns to be that I do not have any idea.

What is your goal in life? Your vision. Your dedication. Your future.

Once you meet your goal in life, what you gonna do with it?

Maintain it? Make it a lot bettter? Or maybe just destroy it? Because you’re just get bored with it and wanna build again from the start. Oh are you God?

FYI I got this ‘fire’ element because I’m a lioness. Ya, the fire. The passionate one, the burning one. Always craving for sparks. The adrenaline. The endorphine. Even for the choices of food that I have to eat day by day. I usually pick the brand new ones. I just like the feeling of trying it for the first time. That’s why I understand why there’s a quote : Curiosity kills the cat. LOL.

Because I’m a doctor, there’s no need to worry about being bored because my patients have huge diversity. Their cases have their unique story behind. Everyday is a new challenge for me and I’m grateful for it.

How about the relationship sparks? I’m the type of people who easily say hello rather than goodbye. I love the beginnings and hate the ends. I just love the thrill. The butterfly in my tummy when I see something new. But I have a lil secret that I wanna share here.

Relationship is just like wine. Wine improves with age. The older I get, the better I like it. When you’re in the comfort zone with your partner, even there are some problems actually, That doesn’t mean you have to replace it with the new one. You know, because the new grapes maybe have the better looks but once tasted…you’ll eventually feel it. Maybe it tasted sweet in the beginning, but the after taste is just terrible. The sparks once you crave turns out to burn your mouth. The rest is just smoke and ash — Regret.

So goodluck for choosing your ‘grapes’. :)

“I’m on the pursuit of happiness and I know everything that shine ain’t always gonna be gold, hey I’ll be fine once I get it, yeah I’ll be good.”
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