Thank goodness for Singapore

It’s easy to grumble about how Singapore’s too strict, too boring, too sterile, etc. etc.

But I think we take too much for granted here, and there’s nothing like a trip to a country that isn’t anything like Singapore to remind us of that.

I’m out of town on a business trip, and let’s just say I’m really glad we don’t have to put up with smog, bad traffic, dirty roads, rampant security checks, and appalling inefficiency as a way of life.

I think we should all just count our blessings occasionally, and be glad we get to live in the comfort of Singapore. And to also stop whining so much about all the “bad” things! =)

1 Comment so far

  1. the shakester (unregistered) on March 29th, 2006 @ 10:56 am

    I know what you mean. It is all a question of conditioning and perspective. Going to new places and seeing new ways of life changes those things, or affects them in a way that makes you see your old life (or the one you have been used to till now) in a different light.



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