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Silent Thoughts – Affliction can be meaningful

24 May 2008 | Wisdom |  4 comments


English Translation
Affliction can be meaningful
when we can grow wise from it

Original Mandarin Version

Deimos Analyzes – For Non-Bloggers
For example, say Deimos feels afflicted whenever he unintentionally made his Darling unhappy or pissed off as she has a very short fuse. Thus, he must not repeat the same mistakes again least she blows a fuse again.

However, if Deimos had tried his very best and she still blows a fuse every now and then, he must not feel afflicted whenever she throws a fit, or else he would be a very miserable little man in affliction very often.

Deimos Analyzes – For Bloggers
So what kind of affliction would bloggers face? Page Rank Spanked by Google perhaps? Maybe it is a good time to cut down the excessive posting of paid posts?

Deimos’s Daily Reads
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Deimos’s Thoughts
Sometimes, Deimos feels like he is in a very afflicted relationship, especially when his Darling throws a mighty fit. However, if Deimos remains quiet, the damage is still bearable, that ought to be a wise move to take during those chaotic moments.

Sometimes, once in a blue moon, very rarely, there are times in which Deimos blew a fuse after Darling blew a fuse, not a pretty sight then, very ugly after that. The aftermath of that is quite unbearable to normal folks, but Deimos survived it anyway, guess he is quite an abnormal individual.

Deimos Asks
Do you find yourself in any type of affliction often?


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  1. 25th May 2008 
    10:27 am         

    said the following:

    I agree about the paid posts thingy. There are now too much paid posts in many blogs, that makes it looks like an ads blog rather than just a blog.
    Some blog just have ads posts all the way…..

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  3. 26th May 2008 
    5:01 am         

    Marcus Hochstadt
    said the following:

    “…guess he is quite an abnormal individual.”

    THAT’s for sure! 😀

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  5. 27th May 2008 
    4:46 pm         

    Deimos Tel`Arin
    said the following:

    Initially, I dunno that all those are paid post, then I noticed something. 😐
    I found similar posts on many other blogs, then I realized them be paid posts. 😯

    @Marcus Hochstadt:
    Indeed I am! Thanks for the acknowledgment and support yo! 😀


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  7. 31st July 2008 
    3:11 pm         

    Hye Munar
    said the following:

    Hmmmn, paid posts really spank your Pagerank. I have a blog with PR3 and when I started doing paid reviews, my blog dropped to zero. Now I learned my lesson.