Sunday, May 15, 2011

Please treasure your life

Please treasure your life, all readers. Life is short and precious, please make full use of your capacities to have the meaningful life.
Of course, in the journey of life, we all will face all kinds of obstacles. In whatever position your are in, in whatever relationship with others, we have to face it and live bravely.
Firstly, we have to adopt the positive attitude towards life start from the beginning. If we have dreams, we just do our best, that's it.
I am sad to read the news about the young girl who had made the silly move. Let's read the news and please do not follow her stupid act. Do not take life lightly.
The sad news:
An 18-year-old girl fell to her death in Ang Mo Kio Avenue 6 on Saturday evening.

Krystal Aki Mizoguchi, who was half Japanese, was found dead at the foot of her block at about 7.40pm at Blk 509, Ang Mo Kio Ave 6, reported Shin Min Daily News.

She is said to have fallen from her flat on the ninth floor and according to the Chinese daily, is believed to have committed suicide due to relationship problems.

Two suicide notes were reportedly discovered. Krystal, who was to turn 19 next month, was waiting to begin classes at a private university after finishing a five-month stint as a temporary clerk at the Ministry of Education.

According to her blog, the Yishun Junior College student grew up in a single-parent family and has been living with her 17-year-old brother for three years in her current three-room flat. Her parents are believed to be separated.

Krystal is also known to have begun dating from 13 years old and since then neglected her studies.

A scan of her Facebook page revealed several cheerful photos of herself in what seemed to be a usual teenager's life.

But her blog last entry on her blog, dated March 5 earlier this year and which was entitled "Crash and Burn", spoke of her broken dreams after poor A-Level exam results.

She wrote, "PSLE, I xxxx-ed up. Couldn't get into dream secondary school."

"'O' Levels, I xxxx-ed up. Couldn't get a place in dream polytechnic course."

"Ended up transferring to YJC. I got my dreams crushed again, after seeing my 'A' Levels grades yesterday."
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I went to her blog to write the comment, wishing her rest inpeace and go to heaven.

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