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    lowest point was deciding to give up degree in mech engineering to pursue photography fulltime. so mentally/emotionally challenging.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ed9119 View Post
    Watching Barney and Teletubbies vcd's for 2 years non stop when my daughter was little
    Spent quality time with your little kids is not the lowest point.
    Wait until she grow up and use your credit card.

    That will be a new low
    I eats, shoots & leaves

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    Quote Originally Posted by Yutaka Go View Post
    Spent quality time with your little kids is not the lowest point.
    Wait until she grow up and use your credit card.

    That will be a new low
    Hehe! Well if you spoil your kids by giving them unrestricted access to a credit card, then it nobody's fault but your own.

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    Lowest point in my life is surviving on "Maggie mee" every day for about 6 months. (I lost my passport and need to wait for a replacement). And to top it up, my landlord owes some Loanshark $$$ and they came to the house. (I was alone and a student then). They just clear everything in the house. Lucky, these guys are merciful enough not to touch my things. So I have to stare at a blank wall instead of the TV.

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    See... I was Right... always someone out there having worst then me... LOL

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    Quote Originally Posted by silencer13 View Post
    Hehe! Well if you spoil your kids by giving them unrestricted access to a credit card, then it nobody's fault but your own.
    Thankfully, I don't have kids
    I eats, shoots & leaves

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    Quote Originally Posted by diver-hloc View Post
    See... I was Right... always someone out there having worst then me... LOL
    You are right
    I eats, shoots & leaves

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    And there will always someone else having a lower point of his/her life. And he/she might be experiencing it right now.

    Quote Originally Posted by diver-hloc View Post
    See... I was Right... always someone out there having worst then me... LOL

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    Quote Originally Posted by Yutaka Go View Post
    You are right

    Jokes aside... everyone will have some low point in their life...

    I had my share...
    * My 'Old Man' hiding inside the toilet while the Ah Long bang at our door.
    * From Sec 3-4, go School in the morning, finish homework in the afternoon... work 6-9:30pm every weekday and full shift during weekend.
    * Sign 6 years of my life to SAF because they pay me a salary instead of an allowance...

    But you know what... looking back, I don't see this as a low point in my life... I know some of you might find it corny for me to said so... but everything I when through had in some way, taught me some important lesson about life.

    * That Life isn't always good or forever 'HAPPY'
    * That everything you know can go down the drain... and NO ONE OWE YOU A LIVING.
    * That you can blame everyone else... or SUCK IT UP and begin life anew.
    * That no matter how bad it gets... Family should always stick together.

    Therefore... I don't see my life as any worst then most people will go through during their lifetime... beside, after hearing how bad my Pinoy GF childhood was... I considered myself BLESSED

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    Quote Originally Posted by diver-hloc

    Jokes aside... everyone will have some low point in their life...

    I had my share...
    * My 'Old Man' hiding inside the toilet while the Ah Long bang at our door.
    * From Sec 3-4, go School in the morning, finish homework in the afternoon... work 6-9:30pm every weekday and full shift during weekend.
    * Sign 6 years of my life to SAF because they pay me a salary instead of an allowance...

    But you know what... looking back, I don't see this as a low point in my life... I know some of you might find it corny for me to said so... but everything I when through had in some way, taught me some important lesson about life.

    * That Life isn't always good or forever 'HAPPY'
    * That everything you know can go down the drain... and NO ONE OWE YOU A LIVING.
    * That you can blame everyone else... or SUCK IT UP and begin life anew.
    * That no matter how bad it gets... Family should always stick together.

    Therefore... I don't see my life as any worst then most people will go through during their lifetime... beside, after hearing how bad my Pinoy GF childhood was... I considered myself BLESSED
    I suddenly feel so fortunate....
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    Quote Originally Posted by diver-hloc
    But you know what... looking back, I don't see this as a low point in my life... I know some of you might find it corny for me to said so... but everything I when through had in some way, taught me some important lesson about life.

    * That Life isn't always good or forever 'HAPPY'
    * That everything you know can go down the drain... and NO ONE OWE YOU A LIVING.
    * That you can blame everyone else... or SUCK IT UP and begin life anew.
    * That no matter how bad it gets... Family should always stick together.
    Yes.. The problem with people nowadays is that they feel 'entitled' to everything

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    Some things in life are bad
    They can really make you mad
    Other things just make you swear and curse.
    When you're chewing on life's gristle
    Don't grumble, give a whistle
    And this'll help things turn out for the best...

    And...always look on the bright side of life...
    Always look on the light side of life...

    If life seems jolly rotten
    There's something you've forgotten
    And that's to laugh and smile and dance and sing.
    When you're feeling in the dumps
    Don't be silly chumps
    Just purse your lips and whistle - that's the thing.

    And...always look on the bright side of life...
    Always look on the light side of life...

    For life is quite absurd
    And death's the final word
    You must always face the curtain with a bow.
    Forget about your sin - give the audience a grin
    Enjoy it - it's your last chance anyhow.

    So always look on the bright side of death
    Just before you draw your terminal breath

    Life's a piece of sh*t
    When you look at it
    Life's a laugh and death's a joke, it's true.
    You'll see it's all a show
    Keep 'em laughing as you go
    Just remember that the last laugh is on you.

    And always look on the bright side of life...
    Always look on the right side of life...



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    Quote Originally Posted by Draken413o
    lowest point was deciding to give up degree in mech engineering to pursue photography fulltime. so mentally/emotionally challenging.
    Wow this is not easy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by diver-hloc

    Jokes aside... everyone will have some low point in their life...

    I had my share...
    * My 'Old Man' hiding inside the toilet while the Ah Long bang at our door.
    * From Sec 3-4, go School in the morning, finish homework in the afternoon... work 6-9:30pm every weekday and full shift during weekend.
    * Sign 6 years of my life to SAF because they pay me a salary instead of an allowance...

    But you know what... looking back, I don't see this as a low point in my life... I know some of you might find it corny for me to said so... but everything I when through had in some way, taught me some important lesson about life.

    * That Life isn't always good or forever 'HAPPY'
    * That everything you know can go down the drain... and NO ONE OWE YOU A LIVING.
    * That you can blame everyone else... or SUCK IT UP and begin life anew.
    * That no matter how bad it gets... Family should always stick together.

    Therefore... I don't see my life as any worst then most people will go through during their lifetime... beside, after hearing how bad my Pinoy GF childhood was... I considered myself BLESSED
    I've worked till my legs went numb for months, even friends around me felt for me, but I have also not seen it as a low. Some would. But I feel it strengthens me as a person.

    I've had my share of lows but I always feel there is someone worse off so I never put it as my low. When I mentioned my injury, it's a low not because of the pain, which is alright, but it was because of the months I was out of training.

    Eventually it was also my injury that forced me to quit my sport and turned to photography. Thus looking back, I can't really say its a low.

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    Very interesting thread, pls do share..
    And if possible, share also how you got over that lowest point, we may learn something from it too..

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    Quote Originally Posted by nitewalk View Post
    Wow this is not easy.
    haha well i left out the details.. but its definitely not easy.. but I'm learning alot about life, humility and hardwork.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sion View Post
    What is the lowest point of your life?

    Mine is spending 12 months in Changi Jail.

    Long story........but can't complain about the chicken curry rice.
    You are really brave to share this with everyone. I have also heard of people who liked Changi so much that they keep trying to get back in.

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    There's always someone worse than you

    We should be thankful that we are able to sit down and surf clubsnap. There are always people out there who can't even afford Internet and a computer

    And we should be thankful we have all the limbs. Many ppl dont have legs or arms

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    Quote Originally Posted by donut88 View Post
    There's always someone worse than you

    We should be thankful that we are able to sit down and surf clubsnap. There are always people out there who can't even afford Internet and a computer

    And we should be thankful we have all the limbs. Many ppl dont have legs or arms
    Yeah, reminded me of



    It is all in the mind.

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    Quote Originally Posted by An drew

    Yeah, reminded me of

    It is all in the mind.
    Yeah, so u see, there are people out there worse than us. Just imagine how this guy felt when his legs have to be cut off?

    Did he wanted to kill himself? Did he go into a mental institute? Did he sleep on the streets be a beggar?

    Instead, he picked himself up and became one of the best to join the olympics.

    What the hell is just losing some money in a failed business, went into jail for 12 months, no money to eat lunch, go NS and get tortured?

    At least we have 4 limbs, sit at home, surf Internet and can eat 3 - 4 meals a day

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