Monthly Archives: April 2016

Inbetween

Today, for the first time since I started blogging, I have nothing to say! No point of view, comment or opinion. I am like inbetween. There may be no more need to revisit the issues of the past. And, the future … Continue reading

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Sarawak elections: A chance to make things right

On the surface, the Sarawak elections would seem as a choice between the ruling BN and the opposition, the Pakatan Harapan. Sarawak voters have traditionally voted in the BN for the sake of development. The belief is that they will continue … Continue reading

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Accept your family and you’ll accept yourself

Associated with self-esteem is self-acceptance, what I wrote on in my last post. I don’t know which leads to the other, self-esteem to self-acceptance or the reverse. The experts can sort that out. For me, both are connected. A key … Continue reading

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Self-esteem is a powerful enabler

All week I was in a pensive mood, reflective, counting my blessings. There were many blessings just like it is with all of you. Looking back, though, I realised that there was one blessing that really turned my life around. … Continue reading

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Being busy isn’t necessarily a good thing

I want to add just one more point to my earlier posts on self-fulfillment. In our pursuit for fulfillment, we, sometimes, overdo it. We make ourselves so busy doing this and that we forget to take time to just rest! At … Continue reading

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