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黃島主 | 18th Mar 2010, 9:44 PM | 島主生活日記 | (2494 Reads)

一聽到碧咸受傷,並將有很大機會出席不了世界盃,深表惋惜。

英格蘭就像被咀咒似的一樣,每次在世界盃前夕,總有主將受傷。2002年謝拉特缺陣,2006年奧雲受傷,到了2010年,輪到David Beckam、Ashley Cole。

無可至疑,碧咸雖年屆三十五歲,但仍為其第四次打世界盃而努力。無奈天意弄人。

這令我想起自己的一個座佑銘:「謀事在人,成事在天。」

碧咸的努力但因受傷而不能出席世界盃,其惋惜真的導人落淚。碧咸為了鋪排打世界盃,為了讓英格蘭國家隊教練卡比路垂青,在美國職業聯賽完結後,自願到意甲AC米蘭繼續參賽,要在高水平的比賽中,表現自己還值得入選英格蘭國家隊一位。而事實上,碧咸亦真正的表現出自己有能力,繼續參予來屆的世界盃。基本上,以受傷前碧咸的表現,再加上其在國民心中的重要國寶地位,我想不到有任何理由卡比路不會選他入國家隊。

就是世事難料,碧咸在一場聯賽的賽事中,在沒有與其他人碰撞的情況下,自己不慎受傷。而且,傷得嚴重。

我一向覺得,做人好,做事好,人,只是一個人。冥冥中,有一些事情,總由天來注定。我說的由天注定,並不是代表人子不該努力,來改變事情的發展,或自己的命運。但在人生旅途上,我們很多事就是謀事在人,成事在天。人,總不能太自大,太狂妄;因為無論您千算萬算,千計萬計,您以為一定會成功的事,也得要看上天的造化。沒有天的允許,人什麼也做不成。

也許,您不信天,不信神。您以科學和理性的分析,來看碧咸受傷這一事。您可以說,碧咸年屆三十五,已經是職業足球員暮年之時。他在美國聯賽完結後,還逞強的繼續到意甲打波,令其腳根本身就已經負荷不了。當一個運動員狀態不好時,一有輕微的拉扯,就會容易受傷。換著是後生多數年的碧咸,他應該是可以避得開這次的受傷。因此,您會說,他的確是謀事在人,但卻是高估了自己能承受的能力。結果,亦是受傷,與天意無關。

不過,又如何?無論怎說,結果,還是一樣,亦就是事與願違。

我們在世上,總會有自己很努力爭取的東西:事業、愛情、家庭、健康,和朋友。但很多時,我們就是付出了半斤的力,不代表我們一定會得到八兩的回報。

這時候,請不要埋怨上天。因為我總覺得,上天收起您一件想要的物件,其實是要給您另一件更好,更適合您的東西。

請您回望一下自己的人生,這些事情,不是有發生過嗎?

 


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oh! you must be talking about "mr. choi lost a horse, but who knows if it's not a blessing in disguise"?!

as an angeleno, we had high expectations from mr. beckham a few years ago but it didn't work out for one reason or another...in the meantime, soccer (oops, football) still languishes on in the sports crazed US, making it the greatest puzzle of the century.


[引用] | 作者 kittykat | 18th Mar 2010 11:13 PM | [舉報垃圾留言]

[2]

「有得必有失, 有失必有得。」
你得到了甚麼? 又失去了甚麼?


[引用] | 作者 椰子 | 18th Mar 2010 11:38 PM | [舉報垃圾留言]

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Master, 1st time I see Beckham plays. Tremendous talent. Thanks.

This is his pause to refresh (I suspect it will be something new)..

Me too. Changed gear.

Years ago I had success in investment combining the lessons from ZEN. (禅宗..數息觀..love my cut and paste?), even though I am no Buddhist. I quit becasue I was busied with other ppl's agenda. DELAY NO MORE.

Since I have reduced my workload, I am rigorously applying ZEN philosophy to my investment again. I LOOK and not THINK (fill w/ bias)anymore so I see things I did not see before.

Very very few people are doing what I am doing. I am on my own. Nice challenge.

The ZEN believes events happen becasue "seeds" have been soughed!

If so, what is Master's guess as to be the next big thing in investment profit?

Master. I am challenging your thinking process because you have the intelligence and potential to become great.


[引用] | 作者 FosterCityEd | 19th Mar 2010 12:37 AM | [舉報垃圾留言]

Fostercity, actually i have to admit that i do not process much knowledges on investment, and investment world, i always consider there have been many principles, theories, calculation models in the investment world.

but the point is, should we really need to care about all such knowledges? i mean, perhaps those artifical theories as mentioned.

therefore, my point is, although i do not process professional or academic level of investment knowledges, it may be, or seems to be enough if i only get the "basic". in my thinking, all complicated matter in this world, should be coming from the basic things, likely 1~2 simple theories (of course i am not quite sure what should be reqgarded as simple theories in investment world). therefore, if one get into the basic, get into even the psychiatric aspect, one may even predict some reasonable results, from some perspective facts, or some consequencial events.

Wallen Buffett simply ignores major investment models, and adopt simply his value investments method. i regard this as "back to the basic". but the crucial point, requesting someone back to the basic, would not be an easy, it requires one's non-greedy mind, pure heart, firm dicinpline...

so, now back to my very beginning view, is that when adopting back to basic, it is somehow following "因果" theory. All events happenning in this world, are indeed coming from this causation theory. Investment Crocodiles in large funds and banks, create illusions by multipling all 因果 theory, and only the people with most pure heart, could see through the illusion.

but even if u could see through the future, it doesn;t mean u will necessary achieve good result. the changing world and the illusion will continue create temptation. one without firm dicipline, could not achieve the final good result. that's what mentioned by buddish as, "得成正果".

For me, for the time being i consider myself lack of investment vision, and knowledge, i cannot really predict any substantial matters in future. For me, the best thing to do, is to assign investors to do my investment job, of course the job should be simple, safe, firm, and with objective.

[引用版主回覆] | 作者 黃島主 | 19th Mar 2010 2:12 PM

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ponzi schemes...people never fail to take the bait...


[引用] | 作者 kittykat | 19th Mar 2010 1:23 AM | [舉報垃圾留言]

[5] Re: kittykat
kittykat :

ponzi schemes...people never fail to take the bait...



Kitty. A "Ponzi scheme" is a fraudulent investment operation that pays returns to separate investors from their own money or money paid by subsequent investors, rather than from any actual profit earned.

who is the victim here? You have got it wrong. Let me clarify. I am not selling anything here. Thanks.


[引用] | 作者 FosterCityEd | 19th Mar 2010 1:54 AM | [舉報垃圾留言]


i think when playing ponzi scheme, the organizer should have some charisma in a particuar area. once the first group of people were trapped, there shall be further following.

i think this kind of game will repeat and repeat, so long as people or at least some of them, are with greedy mind.

[引用版主回覆] | 作者 黃島主 | 19th Mar 2010 2:17 PM

[6] Re: FosterCityEd
FosterCityEd :
kittykat :

ponzi schemes...people never fail to take the bait...

Kitty. A "Ponzi scheme" is a fraudulent investment operation that pays returns to separate investors from their own money or m...



didn't mean to infer that you're promoting ponzi schemes here. that's the furthest from my intentions. just trying to make a comment about how ponzi schemes have thrived throughout the times and how people never learn the lesson.


[引用] | 作者 kittykat | 19th Mar 2010 2:39 AM | [舉報垃圾留言]

i also consider that Madoff geniusly played a tactic that he only attracted a group of people with "special class". people originally felt proud to be joining his scheme and never felt being cheated, because they all considered they were from special class. the trick is indeed, so easy.

that means the people suffering, were so naive when they thought back.

[引用版主回覆] | 作者 黃島主 | 19th Mar 2010 2:37 PM

[7] Re: kittykat
kittykat :

FosterCityEd :
kittykat :
ponzi schemes...people never fail to take the bait...
Kitty. A "Ponzi scheme" is a fraudulent investment operation that pays returns to s...


Peace. Have a nice day!


[引用] | 作者 FosterCityEd | 19th Mar 2010 2:58 AM | [舉報垃圾留言]

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"謀事在人,成事在天", 我也一向跟從這法則, 所以對成敗得失, 不會看得太重. 當然, 年輕時不這樣想, 所以很多時候會不高興, 因爲到底, 不如意事十之八九. "塞翁失馬, 焉知非福", 我的另一條法則:)


[引用] | 作者 嚴明 | 19th Mar 2010 10:04 AM | [舉報垃圾留言]

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私人留言 (按此查看)
小盜
[引用] | 作者 小盜 | 19th Mar 2010 4:06 PM | [舉報垃圾留言]

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"上天收起您一見想要的物件,其實是要給您另一件更好,更適合您的東西。"

我常常都會這樣安慰自己!

對於碧咸受傷一事, 真的很無奈...雖然他很大機會出席不了世界盃, 但起碼, 他還有這個"小機會". 要看看他的做化了!!


[引用] | 作者 奇異鳥 | 19th Mar 2010 6:32 PM | [舉報垃圾留言]

[11] Re: 黃島主
黃島主 :

i also consider that Madoff geniusly played a tactic that he only attracted a group of people with "special class". people originally felt proud to be joining his scheme and never felt being cheated...



agreed. madoff is the king of ponzi!


[引用] | 作者 kittykat | 19th Mar 2010 7:10 PM | [舉報垃圾留言]

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come to think of it, the stock market can be looked upon as a big ponzi scheme. so tread upon it very carefully!


[引用] | 作者 kittykat | 19th Mar 2010 7:15 PM | [舉報垃圾留言]

[13] Re: kittykat
kittykat :

come to think of it, the stock market can be looked upon as a big ponzi scheme. so tread upon it very carefully!



Yes. One must tread very carefully in the stock market. It requires education, practice, and experience along with certain aptitude to be successful.


[引用] | 作者 FosterCityEd | 19th Mar 2010 7:57 PM | [舉報垃圾留言]

[14] Re: 黃島主
黃島主 :


i also consider that Madoff geniusly played a tactic that he only attracted a group of people with "special class". people originally felt proud to be joining his s...


Madoff preyed on his own kind (Jews), which is called Affinity fraud and it happens a lot.. btw, I know of many Chinese doctors in the US being defrauded by Chinese merchants selling inferior products.


[引用] | 作者 FosterCityEd | 19th Mar 2010 8:04 PM | [舉報垃圾留言]

it is always sad that u always hear CHinese cheated Chinese in foreign countries...it is really shame for some of them.

Madoff? oh yes, i know it is initally a Jews game...and i know Jews are usually taught to be independent and not easily trust others, in one's grown up. it;s amazing to know Madoff play a ponzi game for his own jews people.

[引用版主回覆] | 作者 黃島主 | 19th Mar 2010 10:53 PM

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what have you lost from the gain?
And what have you gain from the lost?

perhaps this is just something that people would never understand before they gain it or lost it.

May beckham had a good life after his injury.


[引用] | 作者 Altia | 20th Mar 2010 4:09 AM | [舉報垃圾留言]

[16] Re: 黃島主
黃島主 :

it is always sad that u always hear CHinese cheated Chinese in foreign countries...it is really shame for some of them.
Madoff? oh yes, i know it is initally a Jews game...and i know Jews are usual...



I read in the news today Madoff got beatn in the prison. I thought he was put into one of those high security prison that will give him some privacy given his age. Not sure if other rich men who lost millions to Madoff paid someone to do something in the prison...


[引用] | 作者 Jeff | 20th Mar 2010 5:55 AM | [舉報垃圾留言]


Jeff, if i was one of them who lost millions to Madoff, i would certainly do this.

[引用版主回覆] | 作者 黃島主 | 20th Mar 2010 10:35 AM

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做人不正是要學習這座佑銘嗎 ?
多謝再次提醒.


[引用] | 作者 catat | 20th Mar 2010 7:40 AM | [舉報垃圾留言]

[18] Re: FosterCityEd
FosterCityEd :
黃島主 :

i also consider that Madoff geniusly played a tactic that he only attracted a group of people with "special class". people originally felt proud to be joining his s...

Madoff preyed on hi...


i was gonna make a comment earlier how surprised i was that madoff ate his own. jewish people, as i'm sure you're well aware of, are a very tighty knit community. they can bicker and yell amongst themselves all the time, but they stand pretty united when they need to. something that i'm not sure if chinese can say for themselves.


[引用] | 作者 kittykat | 20th Mar 2010 11:47 AM | [舉報垃圾留言]

[19] Re: FosterCityEd
FosterCityEd :
kittykat :

come to think of it, the stock market can be looked upon as a big ponzi scheme. so tread upon it very carefully!

Yes. One must tread very carefully in the stock market. It requires...



what kind of aptitude? pray enlighten!


[引用] | 作者 kittykat | 20th Mar 2010 11:49 AM | [舉報垃圾留言]

[20] Re: kittykat
kittykat :

FosterCityEd :
kittykat :
come to think of it, the stock market can be looked upon as a big ponzi scheme. so tread upon it very carefully!
Yes. One must tread very...


check out Jesse Livermore..a great speculator..aptitude..who could not overcome his personal problems and in the end killed himself.

http://www.jesse-livermore.net/chapter1.php


[引用] | 作者 FosterCityEd | 20th Mar 2010 12:39 PM | [舉報垃圾留言]

[21] Re: 黃島主
黃島主 :

Jeff, if i was one of them who lost millions to Madoff, i would certainly do this.


Don't trust your Govt. The prison first reported that he had fallen off his bed.


[引用] | 作者 FosterCityEd | 20th Mar 2010 12:44 PM | [舉報垃圾留言]

[22] Re: FosterCityEd
FosterCityEd :
黃島主 :

Jeff, if i was one of them who lost millions to Madoff, i would certainly do this.

Don't trust your Govt. The prison first reported that he had fallen off his bed.


I couldn't believe he plead guilty for all those charges and now will spend the rest of his life in the prison. If I were him, I'd plead not quilty and spend years (and LOTS of $$$ for legal service of course) to delay the verdict as much as possible so that he could spend more time in the free world. At the end he still faces capital punishment pleading quilty or not


[引用] | 作者 Jeff | 20th Mar 2010 2:29 PM | [舉報垃圾留言]


Jeff, i would think in this way.

His choice to plead guilty and squeezing into prison may be wise, otherwise, he would face all sorts of attacks and assassinations.

he chose to enter prison, maybe simply for better protection (shifting the burden of protection to US govt.) and to tell all the world, i apologize, i admit, pls forgive me, pls let me alive for the rest of his life.

in any event, i dun think Madoff can simply have an usual life again, if he persisted to have legal suit.

this ponzi scheme, was indeed too obvious. with no doubt, he would be the guity one, no matter there was a trial or not, admitting guity or not.

[引用版主回覆] | 作者 黃島主 | 20th Mar 2010 3:49 PM

[23] Re: Jeff
Jeff :
FosterCityEd :黃島主 :

Jeff, if i was one of them who lost millions to Madoff, i would certainly do this.
Don't trust your Govt. The prison first reported that he had fallen off his bed.

I couldn...



i don't know the details of the case. but maybe he didn't want to drag on the case to avoid further implicating more people, such as his family members, his sons?? plus wasn't this crime revealed by him supposedly confessing to his sons? so how can he plead not guilty?


[引用] | 作者 kittykat | 20th Mar 2010 2:52 PM | [舉報垃圾留言]

[24] Re: 黃島主
黃島主 :

Jeff, i would think in this way.
His choice to plead guilty and squeezing into prison may be wise, otherwise, he would face all sorts of attacks and assassinations.
he chose to enter prison, may...


I have no doubt the next Madoff will surface again as greed is human nature. And it's weird that the more you have, the even more you wanna get. When you're super rich, you somehow think you're more invincible than those poorer onces and you're somehow above the law.

The only benefit to me for Madoff to plead quilty sooner is to save tax payers' money to play the legal game for years to convict him


[引用] | 作者 Jeff | 21st Mar 2010 1:10 AM | [舉報垃圾留言]


oh yes.

unfortundately, lower class ponzi scheme, and lower class cheating, do happen and happen in HK, and the victims are mostly house wife, old people.....shames

[引用版主回覆] | 作者 黃島主 | 21st Mar 2010 1:17 AM

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AS a follower of him for more than ten years, when knew this, i cried and shouted: holy shit!!! thats may be, oh, i need to say that will be absolutely the last chance for him to take part in the world cup. he has been worked so hard for this, his dream to hold the champion cup of his team. since 1998, then 2002, then 2006; 2010, is the last play for him in his football life of the world cup,but the fate leaves him regret. even though he will still follow the team to south africa to support his dear teamates, there will be a hard feeling to him when he does not be one of the 11. god, you are so harsh to him.


[引用] | 作者 makiyo | 21st Mar 2010 12:44 PM | [舉報垃圾留言]