Monthly Archives: August 2016

Discipline helps to avert a worse outcome

When you see people all around you doing all sorts of things and getting away with it, you wonder if there’s justice and fair play in the world. They seem to be living like there are no consequences to their … Continue reading

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Spare our athletes, please!

Why don’t we let our athletes just be, and cheer them on to do their best? Instead, we place such high hopes on them and when they fall short of expectations we get disappointed. Is that good sportsmanship? Shouldn’t we … Continue reading

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Bersatu, a way out and forward

The big plus point about Dr Mahathir Mohamad’s newly-founded┬áParti Pribumi Bersatu Malaysia (Bersatu) is that it represents all the bumiputra groups in the country, irrespective of ethnic background and religion. The party is open to Malays, the Orang Asli and … Continue reading

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Enjoying God comforts

It was a hectic two months, first running around making hospital visits to attend to my brother’s care and on preparations on a new project I took and later making his funeral arrangements. In the midst of it, my washing … Continue reading

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