In my defense, the pole hit me first.

Is it un-Christian to not take things as a sign?

For example: Say you suddenly have a Maccas ice-cream craving. So you drive to the nearest McDonald’s. But you find out it’s unexpectedly closed due to sewerage unclogging. Should you take it as a sign that you’re just not meant to get the ice-cream? Okay that’s a bad analogy of what I want to say.

What if you really want to get a new car but accidentally crashed your old car into an unsuspecting pole. Is it a warning sign you shouldn’t get a car because, let’s face it, you’re a hazard to the new car and the good citizens of Malaysia. Or is it just an obstacle to what could potentially be a happy day getting a new car?

I’m also thinking, if God really didn’t want you to get the new car, is letting you smash into a pole really the best way to get the message across? -_-

But He sighed deeply in His spirit, and said, โ€œWhy does this generation seek a sign? Assuredly, I say to you, no sign shall be given to this generation.

Mark 8:12

On a side note: I love work. Considering I got half the day off. Must be coz I was nominated employee of the day. My boss is so hot I want to cry.

Damn all you unavailable good-looking french men with no sense of personal space.

Damn you.

Thinking of: How insensitive the pole was to hit my car, how to concentrate while that thing with an accent is sitting in front of me and that if another person calls my phone asking for Mr. Wong, I’m just gonna tell them I’m from the mortuary and Mr Wong is dead. Like a G6.