Monthly Archives: July 2016

Exemplary care at Putrajaya Hospital’s ortho ward

Of all the institutions which provided care for my eldest brother before he died, I must single out Putrajaya Hospital’s (PH) orthopaedic ward for special mention. They gave exemplary medical and nursing care to my brother. He was in the … Continue reading

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Mercy triumphs over judgement

My eldest brother passed away peacefully last Tuesday after less than two months of age-related illness. He was 80. I am glad his last stage of illness didn’t drag out too long and that he died in a familiar place … Continue reading

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Do we really have enough money?

I had an interesting conversation with a man in the waiting room while my eldest brother underwent a minor operation at Putrajaya Hospital. This man, a businessman, was also waiting there as his wife was having a baby by cesarean. … Continue reading

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Hope keeps us going

When you see all the things that are happening around us, it is easy to lose hope. Terrorism, greed, robbery, deceit, ruthlessness, power craziness, stealth¬†etc, etc¬†… . Those who practice these have their own reasons to justify their actions, usually … Continue reading

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Cameron’s example

Prime Minister David Cameron, who was in the remain camp, quit after Britons voted for Brexit. The reason he gave for resigning was that he felt that those who campaigned against him should be the ones who should oversee Britain’s … Continue reading

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