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Rate of climb

Tuesday, March 07, 2006

Recently quite a few incident of "Life is unfair" happening around me. Initially I was laughing away situation at this group of testers for an application whereby they were scolded for not testing the application while some people juz refused to test and got away scotted free with it. She commented with "Life's unfair and this is another scenario."

Then another one happened can say close to the surroundings. This fren D. was feeling vexed comparing that at these sort of things happening. I tried to consultate that well just some people are lucky with it, and this another example of life's unfairness. Esp. if compared to another person in the group which we know of it's pretty awkward if things are spelled out.

But both H. and I when we spoke about this, we also come to conclude that there's always two sides to a coin. An airplane that takes off with an exponential curve and gets into the sky higher might eventually rises at a slower rate of climb (Burn out too much fuel has to climb slower :P). However for another aircraft that takes of with constant performance, the rate of climb might have more chances of climbing a steep line.

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  1. Blogger JY | March 08, 2006 9:37 AM |  

    well....if we do not compare ourselves with others...others would compare us with some others also..

    there is always a mountain behind every mountain..see no pt of comparing...

    however if it is a friendly comparison to push yourself to the limit or forward, then yes lah....but do not take things too much at a personal level....

    and lastly....the world is never fair....one got to see this world with the fairness of one's own heart

  2. Anonymous Anonymous | March 12, 2006 5:35 PM |  

    The world has never been fair. If it's fair from the beginning, there's no need to work ones way out as everybody is at the same leve. :)

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