Monday, April 27, 2009

Crash and Burn


in the name of Allah then Most Gracious the Most Merciful

In less than 4 days, I will be in New Zealand. My younger sisters are more excited that I am because Supre is available in NZ. I am a guy, hence I care not about Supre.

In a way, the thought of being away from Malaysia for 6 days can be quite disturbing sometimes. This is home to me. NZ was unbelievably a wonderful experience, but nothing beats having nasi lemak or roti canai as your breakfast.

I hope everything will go well in NZ, and my family will be able to witness the only Malay to be conferred a scroll. This makes me smile.

I hope nobody gets me wrong. I am not arrogant. I worked hard for it, and this is my reward to my parents, who have given me the trust and help that I needed, for that I thank Allah and my parents. Without them, I wouldn't be working in Kulim now.

to my juniors who are reading this, continue your hard work and struggle. If you think medical school is hard enough, it is nothing when you are in the real world. You need to stand on your feet, and sometimes the decisions that you make may shatter the hearts of some strangers. If I could turn back the clock, I would not want to repeat medical school. I wish I had put in more effort. For your info, I haven't killed anyone yet!

lol..almost as important as studying hard, is to have the right friends. That is to give the support that you need, and vice versa. I dedicate this song, to whoever relevant. Savage Garden-Crash and Burn

When you feel all alone
And a loyal friend is hard to find
You're caught in a one way street
With the monsters in your head
When hopes and dreams are far away and
You feel like you can't face the day

Let me be the one you call
If you jump I'll break your fall
Lift you up and fly away with you into the night
If you need to fall apart
I can mend a broken heart
If you need to crash then crash and burn
You're not alone

till next time,

Sunday, April 19, 2009

King Kenny


in the name of Allah the Most Gracious the Most Merciful

I believe these strenuous working hours have cost me my precious visitors. If it was a competition, I would have been disappointed. It is not, and I am trying my best to share my insight on multiple issues.

I strongly agree with the PM when he suggested that no by election should be taking place at Penanti. Of course you can see it through many angles, to me it is a waste of taxpayers' money. Whether you want to see it as a sign of being a coward for the BN, or PR's confidence is riding sky high, you can never win on subjective matters.

Let's talk about English for Science and Mathematics. You like it or not, we have not seen any action taken re this matter. Don't talk about taking multiple steps aback if it's changed to BM again, or vice versa. We talk with evidences, if the study has shown that the level of English proficiency has improved, please continue with English. Please decide based on the proper study, not with emotional sentiments. Most of you readers live in big cities, therefore English is never a problem. Clearly you have never been to the small kampung in Bentong, 2 hours away from the town. Go there and tell me if you can find The Star or NST there.

Or better still, let us join hands together to face the uncertainties of our current economic state. Politics have its boundaries, and enough of politics when it is due.

Our economy is bad. Why? Because I am yet to receive my 1st pay. lol!!!! I am now relying on my saving, to be honest.

Looking forward to be back in Auckland end of next week InsyaAllah.

See you guys there.

till next time,
p/s is it true that King Kenny(Dalglish) is coming back to Anfield?

Friday, April 17, 2009



in the name of Allah the Most Gracious the Most Merciful

these long working hours have taken its toll out of me. Getting up at 5.30 am, and you are already on your bed at 10pm sleeping so early, only to ensure you are fresh enough to last the next day.

Today, when I am only working half day, I am stuck down here in my room. Ideally I'd like to spend it in a shopping complex, or better to spend some time with the loved ones. Here in Kulim, I do have many friends, but many of them are females. I can't go out with them, therefore I worked hard today to waste my time. My room is now clean and tidy as a result!

PKR's Fairus' decision to step down did not come as a surprise, just as everyone had expected. There is no benefits asking the rationality, or whatever questions you have in mind. For me, it's unnecessary to spend people's money again and again for by elections. Enough is enough and please get back to work. Enough of by elections already! End the drama, and work together both BN and PR for the success of Malaysia and challenging times ahead.

Work hard like Liverpool ok?

lol! that's a ridiculous example isn't it.

But Gerrard-less Liverpool managed to get 4 goals at Stamford Bridge. I feel rather proud with the achievement, though the disappointment from the 1st leg is still obvious.

I should be coming back for the Graduation Ceremony in Auckland this May. Seriously I am looking forward to leaving Kulim(temporarily) and have some good time in NZ. I don't miss Auckland that much, but the stress from work is making me desperate to have some time off work.

and I badly need my pay, boss!

till next time,

Wednesday, April 01, 2009

Just World


in the name of Allah the Most Gracious the Most Merciful

I have only one reason that I am writing this entry

-to give a fair insight on the by-election matters-

As it comes out in the newspapers everyday that restrictions are imposed for these by elections, and the police is so just when it comes to making decisions, let me share some news that hopefully will give us a better understanding of what reality is.

I am neither a PR supporter or anti-BN in this matter. To me, there are 2 sides of each coin, therefore we are stupid if we decide to listen to one side of a story.

and 1 more from Malaysiakini,

The ceramah ended at 11.50pm - well after the 11pm deadline set by the police as one of the conditions of the permit to be observed by all political parties, so as not to disrupt the peace in village areas.

Zambry, when asked to comment, said he had “no knowledge of this”.

“I don’t know if the police have set such restrictions. They should inform us about it if there is such a thing,” he added.

this is what we call fair.


till next time,