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Probation or Prohibition?

I parked my car, I mean my sister's car, right in front of this signboard. KAZAM! I was inspired to write! Ahhh... I seriously can't live without my blog.

Okay, let's get into the inspiration.


What should I do?
Should I allow myself into the "Probation" zone?
Or rather, should I press the "Prohibition" button?


Tempoh Percubaan
or Probation Period is the testing period. Among the job scopes that I'm covering, I need to attend URS and UAT sessions. Both are equally mind-boggling and I'm still learning flexibility-cum-adaptability skills from them, even when the whole thing is ready for RFS and RFL. Sorry for not explaining what these funny terms are. I shouldn't and you don't need to bother.

The question now is: Can I put these skills into good use while I'm dealing with things that transpire in my life? Can I put things or issues or problems or matters into testing zones and tackle them as items on probation? Can or can't I? Should or shouldn't I?

There is another way to ask this question. Should I rather press the "Prohibition" button when there are too many things going around? Should I just shun things or issues or problems or matters that go against what I've planned, or at least, how I've hoped it'll turn out to be?
Should or shouldn't I?

I hate the year of OX.

Why are there so many mind-boggling things going around?

:(

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