~Audi alteram partem~

You know your part of the story. Now hear the other side.
Cos everyone just want to be heard

"Never judge a book by its cover"

"Never judge a book by its cover", how many times have we heard this saying? But how many times have we failed to do it? Or instead should I say: how many times have we succeeded to do it?
It is alway easier to point your finger at everyone else, than to point it towards yourself, isn't it?
Hrrgh..whatever. I'm just having a super bad day today. And I think I'm going crazy. All I think of is just him. Can't concentrate myself to other things. And what does he have to do with judging a book by its cover? Well, people judge him because of who he is. Fact is, those people don't know him. And those people judge me because I love him for who he is. Shallow people. They're so lost.

"This is the story of unspoken love..."

Life of Alexander the Great

356 - The birth of Alexander the Great
343 - Aristotle becomes Alexander's tutor
340 - Alexander becomes regent
339 - Alexander joins Philip on campaign
338 - Battle of Chaeronea
337 - Philip marries Cleopatra
336 - Darius becomes King of Persia
Philip murdered; Alexander becomes King of Macedonia
335 - Cleopatra and Europa murdered; Alexander Greek campaign
334 - Battle of Granicus
333 - Battle of Issus
332 - Siege of Tyre; Alexander crowned Pharaoh of Egypt
331 - Alexander visits Oracle at Siwah
Battle of Gaugamela
330 - Burning of Persepolis
Darius murdered; Parmenio murdered
329 - Crossing Hindu Kush
328 - Alexander murders Cleitus
327 - Alexander marries Roxanne of Sogdiana
Pages conspiracy; Callisthenes killed
326 - Battle of Jhelum
Alexander's army mutinies
325 - Alexander wounded by the Malli
Makran Desert journey
Death of Bucephalus
324 - Hephaestion's death
Mass marriages in Susa
323 - Alexander the Great's death

Alexander the Great

I currently am so crazy in love with Alexander the Great *lol*. Well, I've liked him since long ago, but recently I read a book about him, and I like him even more!

"Sex and sleep alone make me conscious that I am mortal."
"I am indebted to my father for living, but to my teacher for living well."
"I send you a kaffis of mustard seed, that you may taste and acknowledge the bitterness of my victory."
"How great are the dangers I face to win a good name in Athens."
"I would rather live a short life of glory than a long one of obscurity."
"Its better to burn out than fade away."
"Persian women are painful to my eyes."
"I am paying my mother extraordinarily high rent for nine months of dwelling" - when he was bombarded by complaints and accusations about Antipater and his associates in Pella. Perhaps, he should have listened more carefully after all....
-Quotes by Alexander the Great

Here is the movie trailer of 'Alexander' starring Collin Farrel, Angelina Jolie, and Anthony Hopkins. Not a good movie in Hollywood standard, but okay for the effort.