There are two thing that we don’t know when do they really happen.When do the exact point of time do they happen. The first is when do we begin to fall asleep and the second is when do the fall of civilizations begin. Both seems to sound funny when I first heard them because they are two really different things. However by time I keep thinking about the phrase and it becomes something so real and serious.
(I got this from a lecturer of mine a few years ago. He was a kind of lecturer that always give a short inspirational thoughts before giving the real lecture in class. I really miss his class. It was really fun attending his class for he was funny and insightful.)
So what’s with the title? “The Demise of Days Without Miracle”
Updates have been scarce and activity here have been stagnant. I am suggesting that maybe my beloved “Days Without Miracle” have come to its end. I know it’s my fault. But I don’t really have the feeling to blog these few days. Provided the internet connection that praiseworthy “so fast”(means slow), I have been failing even to put comments on my own blog not to say others.
It’s actually not yet the exact demise, the time will be unknown. I will try to keep it alive to the end. So sad that I am feeling this way when Days Without Miracle not even reach a year of age. When around this time many of my friends who were a bitter critics of blogs have be a blogger themselves after I persuaded them.
A blogger friend of mine once told me “Rome wasn’t built a day”. Sorry, my Days Without Miracle ain’t Rome or China or Egypt or Aztec or even Singapore or Majapahit. I sounds like a faint-hearted guy. I have always plans in my mind. It’s all been written in my blogs before. A demise might be just a feint, maybe it’s a metamorphosis into something better.
So sad that whatever my plan is…I still so dependent to my internet speed performance.