Thursday, May 10, 2007

Life is a sideshow

Don't you ever get the feeling that life is a sideshow for a bigger event?

I had that distinct impression today.

What we do now echoes for eternity... but perhaps in some other realm.


LuckySingaporean said...


What happened to your stock market activity? ...Last trade on Ferro looks good...I have some myself.

As for your philosophical musing for the day, I think we are all sideshows for a greater being, there are 5 billion of us, on a little rock (3rd one from the sun), in one of the many millions galaxies....have you thought of how insignificant we all are? With respect to the universe each of us is just a nanoscopic specks....does it make sense that some of these specks can actually have big egos and a sense of self importance...

Yau-ming's blog!! said...

Hi there lucky,

I made a few tactical errors in Ferro - largely due to the volatility of the stock. Bought and sold at the $1.60 - $1.69 level. Should have held on or at least got back for the ride when they made the announcement.

Market looks very volatile at the moment. So I'm inclined to take a rest. I'm off for a scuba diving trip at the end of the month and I don't want to be holding any stocks whilst I am away. As they say, "Sell in May and Go Away."

Good to hear that you had better luck on Ferro.