Sunday, June 29, 2008

It's too late to apologize.

Reading this book, in a way felt like reading an ex's diary. And I'm not taking about the hidden scandals kind, but more like a 'the good part you missed for not being together with me anymore' kind of diary.
It's actually quite mind blowing. It's been a while since I felt like I've learned something practical from a book that also didn't bore me to shit.
And how disturbing it is to connect the creative process similarities between architecture and design and advertising and life and marriage and forgiveness and investment and you get the point.
If I were to grasp these knowledge during my first semester, I'd probably harness enough confidence to stay on.
But what done is done.