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I felt like I used half of my body's energy when I woke up this morning. [yume?] I was a little exhausted in the least manner of work. Maybe it has something to do with my weird dream -- two memorable dreams actually.
I had a dream that I went back to the Philippines just to eat at Jollibee. Some of my not-so-close friends were there. It was a weird dream.
I also had a dream where I went back to attend to my old church at San Fernando, Pampanga. There were a lot of familiar faces. We were eating lunch at the Sunday School. I played a little drums. Then I couldn't remember anything onwards. Sounds like an exhausting trip eh? Well, after waking up, I really had a sensation that a considerable amount of my energy was gone. Ahaha, I remember our temple trip to the Taoist temple.
I remember that the Taoists believe -- Alright, I'm treading on deep waters. Correct me if I'm wrong -- that there are three spiritual layers to an individual. I'm not sure if there are three spirits, layers or spiritual layers. Anyway, when a person dreams, they say that the first layer leaves the body, thus witnessing different places and events. [so that explains your weary wake up?] No. I'm not a Taoist. Getting back to the topic, when a person goes in a coma, the first and the second spiritual layers leaves the body. When all three leaves, the person dies.
Crap, now I remember my last year in the University of the Philippines. I wonder if I should've stayed in a dormitory during my 2nd year. I mean, my last term in UP before going abroad was boring. I'm starting to see the advantages of living in a dorm. It wasn't bad living with my brother in his condo. There were no curfews. I had luxury. I could do whatever I wanted to.
But there were also things that I could do in a dorm that I can't outside:
I get to room hop, I get to play LAN with my floor mates, tons of conversation, get out of the dorm and go to different places, share interests with each other, stay up late just to finish an anime series, the list goes on, right?
[wait, you have no friends in class? what a freaking loser] No, I have acquaintances. It's just that I was in no mood to open up to them. I couldn't do it unlike my dorm friends. My friends in Kalayaan Residence, my first year dormitory, were also like my brothers. Hell, I'm really comfortable when they're around and we can talk almost anything under the sun. It was important. I felt a little hope that I could move out from my bro's condo and move into dormitory to join them and fill the gap. I guess I wasn't that SOCIALLY deprived. I lacked help.
Yeah, I also remember that they helped me with my homework, presentations, studies and a few take home exams. Hehe. That comfort really helped me continue. Don't you think they're valuable? Finding lesser friends in each classroom was no problem for me. It wasn't an issue. I just missed the fun of learning. That's all. Besides, my stay was not long enough for me to really understand the people I met in my last classes.
- added Only One (Yellowcard) to hachikuro radio
song of the moment: A Day in the Life by Bee Gees
mood: with sore throat. :(
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