So I'm back into tennis! I enrolled in this summer tennis clinic in our place and for all I care that most of my classmates are kids. One of them is even my daughter's classmate. I'm not embarrased at all because I'm the best in the class, hahaha! Actually I only enrolled to improve my serving skills but I ended up doing the lessons from the start, just like a beginner. It's alright because I haven't been playing for some time now so it's a good way to refresh my skills.
I also began practising table tennis because we will be having our TT Tourney in the office soon. We also have a tennis event but I don't know yet if it's going to push through.
But after all these activities... at the end of the day... I think I still need a hug.
Check out this video below...
A man, under the pseudonym Juan Mann, was able to start the Free Hug Campaign on June 30, 2004 in central Sydney. He decided to start the campaign because he became upset when he got off a plane in Sydney and saw everyone else hugging but had no one to hug himself. So, he went to the busiest intersection in Sydney and held up a sign that said "Free Hugs". The police tried to shut him down and require him to obtain public liability insurance, but he says his "sole mission was to reach out and hug a stranger to brighten up their lives in this age of social disconnectivity and lack of human contact".
Unbeknownst to most, Juan Mann was actually brightening these people's lives as hugs have quite a few health benefits. Even if you don't like to hug people, I want to urge you to hug as many people as possible; it may lead to a longer life or at least a more enjoyable one.