Monthly Archives: September 2016

My other passionate distraction!

I teach refugees. Previously, most of my students were refugees from Myanmar with a few from Iran, Iraq, Palestine, Sri Lanka and Pakistan. The political situation in Myanmar and Sri Lanka has more or less stabilized, so I only get … Continue reading

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A heavenly distraction

When you consider some of the things happening in this country (in this world, in fact!), it is quite tempting to throw up your hands in despair! You think, “Give up, lah! Change just isn’t happening. And the same old … Continue reading

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What really counts

As we grow older, it is quite normal to look back and wonder if we have left behind anything of value. Children, career accomplishments, houses, cars, holiday trips, savings, retirement plan. When they have served their purposes and the children … Continue reading

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Clean hands make us grow stronger

Two weeks ago I wrote about how people seem to be doing all sorts of things and getting away with it. It appears as if those who are doing the right things have to face consequences. It just doesn’t seem … Continue reading

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O, for some truth!

Reading the local media, I sometimes wonder what is the truth. One media will report what this person said and another media will respond what another person said. But, what is the truth? Why do our media just report? I … Continue reading

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