Time doesn’t seem to do what we want it to. On the contrary, it tells us what to do and shapes our routines. Thus, time seems constant.
But, as Einstein had proposed over a century ago, time for anything moving does not pass in constant rate. It depends on how fast we travel through space. Low speed causes a small change in time dilation and vice versa.
Because time is relative to whoever observing it at a particular speed, I think each one of us is responsible to set our own pace.
After cogitating on my target, making investment calculations, and studying the prospectus, finally… my very first mutual funds!
You see, I am setting up some fund posts for my future. If one day I manage to make a family, I believe that my children have all the rights to be born in a family that is mentally and financially ready to raise them. Since I’m still “mentally challenged”, at least I can start with finance department. :p
Maybe I will write about investment and passive income I’m working on in my other blog ‘cause it’s gonna be a long boring post for tumblr.
3D Flower Pop Up Card
Jason Najum, for Huffington Post
Someone ordered pop up postcards,
…. and here is my creation.
Fated to Love You
In the midst of my preparation for the conditional cash transfer (I/2014) next week, my twinnie asked me to make birthday card for her long-lasting-girl-crush.
So, I came up with this idea.
But then, she told me it looked like a memorial picture (-____-“)
So, I redesigned it with a totally new concept. Now, it looks more like a kindergarten drawing. XP
Long time ago someone told me the formula of prosocial behavior:
1/2=0.5, means if we give 1 but we expect 2 in return, we will get no more than a half of what we give.
1/1=1, means if we give 1 and expect the equal return, we may gain as much as we’ve spent.
1/0= ~, means if we give 1 and expect nothing in return, we can obtain infinite return.
It’s proven to be true, at least for me.