Monthly Archives: September 2017

Waking up to the rain

It was nice this morning waking up to the sound of rainfall. As my eyes opened sleepily, the first thing I heard was the clatter of raindrops hitting the roof and the ground. It wasn’t a hard thrashing of rainfall … Continue reading

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Secure people embrace criticisms

Criticisms are healthy. They aid in renewal and in revitalization to bring about change for the better. Without criticisms, we will be stuck with the same old same old. Criticisms, however, are not the same as fault-finding. The aim of … Continue reading

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Rooting for a better nation!

So, Prime Minister Najib Razak went to the US and threw around a few billions to “strengthen the US economy” with our money — US$24 billion, including EPF money, to build infrastructure there. Wow, how generous of him! Meanwhile, we … Continue reading

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Live because the end is now …

Two weeks ago, one of the pastors of my church shared a message on the second coming of Christ, which, I feel, is pertinent to this blog and, so, I would like to highlight it here today. Pastor Yong Chee … Continue reading

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The challenge to the athletes now is to raise the bar

I’m no sportswoman and I didn’t follow the recently-concluded 29th Sea Games in Kuala Lumpur except to note Malaysia’s gold tally (145)! But, I really must congratulate Team Harimau for a good showing. With the home-ground advantage on their side, … Continue reading

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