a short post before i begin the day’s work. the rain made me feel woozy and i didnt wanna get outta bed earlier. wish i could just sleep in.

i reached work on the dot today, despite having a late night yesterday. punch card shows a black printed 8.30am. whee! feel so proud of myself!

i found the stuff on my table askew. and my new eraser that used to be wrapped in plastic was being torn open and used by someone. i dont need to guess who. i guess that’s why i dont really like kids. super annoying. i have lost pens with stranded pen caps (yet to find the pen) and now my precious eraser that i wanted to start using only i finish the tiny dot i have on the other is being invaded. Grr.. im not being petty, but i just like my stuff to be the way i like them to be, especially when it comes to stationery. i think only unpolished_gem can fully comprehend my feelings.

anyway, the other day i was pondering on who i am in terms of religion in one of my posts. i came across 2 more terms when i watched the exorcism of emily rose and i thought it was interesting and wanted to share.

One who believes that it is impossible to know whether there is a God.
One who is skeptical about the existence of God but does not profess true atheism.
One who is doubtful or noncommittal about something.

Word History: An agnostic does not deny the existence of God and heaven but holds that one cannot know for certain whether or not they exist. The term agnostic was fittingly coined by the 19th-century British scientist Thomas H. Huxley, who believed that only material phenomena were objects of exact knowledge. He made up the word from the prefix a-, meaning “without, not,” as in amoral, and the noun Gnostic. Gnostic is related to the Greek word gnsis, “knowledge,” which was used by early Christian writers to mean “higher, esoteric knowledge of spiritual things” hence, Gnostic referred to those with such knowledge. In coining the term agnostic, Huxley was considering as “Gnostics” a group of his fellow intellectuals“ists,” as he called themwho had eagerly embraced various doctrines or theories that explained the world to their satisfaction. Because he was a “man without a rag of a label to cover himself with,” Huxley coined the term agnostic for himself, its first published use being in 1870.

someone who believes in the existence of realities beyond human comprehension

definitions compliments from dictionary.com

so, im neither. is there a proper term to coin someone like me? or do i fall more into a mystic than anything else?