The Necessary Philosopher

Month: October, 2004

Comes and Goes…

Amazing how the weekend has creeped up on me again. It feels as if I’ve been unemployed so long that the weekends don’t feel as faraway anymore. I still treasure them, but perhaps not as much as when I was working. The days just tend to fly by so quickly that I don’t know where […]

Canon Photo Marathon 2004

It was a really tiring day yesterday, but I’m glad I did it. Here were the pictures I submitted, and hopefully I have a chance at those yummy prizes! 🙂 Assignment 1 – My World Assignment 2 – Island Living Assignment 3 – Singapore Idol At the risk of shooting down the quality of my […]

Two Eight

Name: Terence Lee Age: Newly Minted 28 Occupation: Full-time Bum My worst fears have been realised… 3 years since the last birthday worth celebrating and I still haven’t managed to spontaneously combust… Guess I’m not past my prime yet eh? 😉

Fengshui Madness

No prizes for guessing what this is all about….

I’ll miss my knees when they’re gone…

… but not now 🙁 I had a very unglam fall off my bike yesterday. I had those clip-on type of shoes that latch onto your pedals, and I didn’t manage to unclip them on time when I stopped at one point. I ended up tipping over to one side and thinking 4 different things […]

What do you use your Faith for?

Luke 17:5-6 “The apostles said to the Lord, ‘Increase our faith!’ The Lord replied. ‘If you had faith the size of a mustard seed, you could say to this mulberry tree, ‘Be uprooted and planted in the sea,’ and it would obey you.’” This was what today’s homily was about… how all you need is […]