Thursday, February 25, 2010

Money minded


in the name of Allah the Most Gracious the Most Merciful

I am currently running on a ultra tight schedule. Today is a normal working day, and it will finish at 10 pm. Tomorrow, by 6 am, we have to be at the hospital again. We are to be transferred to Langkawi Hospital for 3 days. Why, you might ask?

We(us), are part of the medical standby team at IronMan Langkawi 2010. Cool aye? Kulim is a good place after all.

I doubt I will have any internet connection until Sunday, therefore anything interesting do please update me. Should you be free to do that, do not ever feed me with any news from Utusan. ;p

Work matters aside, I am offically now promoting my sister's blog. She has decided to give this business a go again. She raked a huge sum of money previously, but due to logistic issues, and another sister's transfer to Canada, this blog was left unattended for a few months.

Here is the link;

Will write again,

till next time

Tuesday, February 23, 2010

Brain Insult


in the name of Allah the Most Gracious the Most Merciful

Oil royalty explanation is insult to intelligence, says Ku Li

KUALA LUMPUR, Feb 22 — Petronas founder Tengku Razaleigh Hamzah today rubbished attempts by the government to explain, through newspaper advertisements, its refusal to pay the Kelantan government oil royalty

enough said.UMNO keeps on coming up with rubbish statements. Dulu, Kini, Selamanya

till next time,

Saturday, February 20, 2010

Heart attack


in the name of Allah the Most Gracious the Most Merciful

1 medical staff today was saying ' 1 day, when my time comes, let me die because of heart attack'. Sometimes, I think he couldn't be more right.

I have seen 3 cases of heart attack in the space of 2 days. 1st one, very young, 30 year old gentleman. He had heart attack at 9 pm, 10 pm he was later transferred to CCU, and shortly after that, he had his final breath. He never had any second chance to wave goodbye, or to say sorry for all his wrongdoings.

Another case, 50 year old came in with severe chest pain, diagnosed in A&E, transferred to ward, and developed ventricular fibrillation and passed away.

Once, a 16 year old boy presented to A&E with similar complaint. Diagnosis? Heart attack too.

There is one thing that these 3 individuals have in common. They smoked.

You can never tell when is your time going to come.

I don't smoke, but in between 2 choices of heart attack and cancer, I would prefer to go for the former. I don't want to go on a long stretch going through chemotherapy, radiotherapy and surgical interventions. I don't want to give the unnecessary burden to my loved ones.

(I think this is my 4th time posting this video)

What differentiates us and Aziz Rantisi, he once said he would prefer to die from Apache attack, rather than cardiac arrest. He's a top,top man.

At the moment my BMI stands at 22-23. It is still very good. Unfortunately, I still can be considered leading a sedentary lifestyle.

I had chicken chop and french fries for dinner tonight.

Am I accelerating my death bomb clock?

till next time,

Wednesday, February 17, 2010

Planned Plans


in the name of Allah the Most Gracious the Most Merciful

In approximately 3 weeks, my next posting will start. I am the type that likes to settle down in a place, if ever, before I move to another city/department. Changing wards in every 4 months is tiring. Even better, the workload never gets lighter.

I seem to be wasting a lot of time that when I need it the most, it is never enough. I need time for work, academic, religious and personal life matters. Janet Jackson could not be more right with her ' You don't know what you've got till it's gone'.

Every second gone is history. I saw somewhere in Facebook 'We need to plan the future so that the history will be worth of remembrance'. More or less like that. Needless to say, talking is cheap.

I presented a topic on 'HAZMAT' this morning. Exactly like above, planned plans are difficult in implementation.

I know in the great early years of Islam, the spirit of Islam takes you forward. You don't have to be told to move forward. Once you embrace her wholly, you are a progressive man. That is obviously lacking in me.

Umat Islam kelihatannya lesu.

till next time,

Tuesday, February 16, 2010

Prove Me Wrong


in the name of Allah the Most Gracious the Most Merciful

The mentality has not changed. Many still can't differentiate between what is religion and what is custom.

It is purely coincidence that this was quoted from an UMNO leader. It matters not who actually brought up this ancient way of thinking.

Kelantan Umno Liaison chairman Datuk Seri Mustapa Mohamed (picture) said he regretted the opinion voiced by a religious leader like Nik Aziz because the Maulidur Rasul celebration had long been observed in this country to the extent that it had become a culture among the Malay Muslims to celebrate it each year.

So the reason why is he wanting a celebration is because of another traditional culture?

Celebrating the birthday of the Prophet Muhammad is not part of sunnah.

What more with the celebration of just a culture? Extra good deeds? No!

Many are still clueless what needs to be prioritised.

For instance, the necessity to educate the aqidah is number one. Many just don't care.

Maybe, still in top ten of priorities, is to instill brotherhood and sisterhood among Muslims. Do we do that? Not much. If we did, we would not still continue smoking. We would stop taking alcohol and Coca Cola.

A lot of these points will fall on deaf ears again I believe.

Prove me wrong.

till next time,

Sunday, February 14, 2010

The Joker


in the name of Allah the Most Gracious the Most Merciful

The more you follow the trial of Sodomy II, the more confused you will get. Seriously.

1st, look at this,

The Malaysian Government through Wisma Putra will explain the “real situation” to the Australian MPs who had called for the sodomy case against Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim to be dropped, said the Prime Minister.

“We will explain and engage with the Australian MPs. Wisma Putra will handle it. I don’t think they know about the real situation,” said Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak when attending the Gerakan Chinese New Year open house here Sunday.[source]

The impression that I get is that he really does know about the situation. That is why he sounds very confident.

The PM should not have said that. He was already accused of orchestrating the conspiracy, or at least has a role in the play, and when he came up with this kind of statement, this ridicules the whole thing. Let the court decide, and once the verdict is out, then Wisma Putra can go ahead and explain to the foreigners.

2ndly, the death threat to Saiful. See how DSAI replies. I'm very very confident this came out in UTUSAN and NST. NOT!!!!

I think I'll throw my support in re-boycotting UTUSAN again.

Malaysia is corrupted.

I wonder why some still think it is okay to support BN, and getting behind PKR will be deemed a sin. I judge both parties, so my decision is mine. UMNO and BN is not a religion, vice versa the Pakatan Rakyat, so why must fanaticism have a place in the community?

Open up your eyes.

till next time,

Saturday, February 13, 2010

Feb 14.


in the name of Allah the Most Gracious the Most Merciful

Tomorrow is the day that perhaps many have been waiting for. Why Feb 14?

Many have read several versions of Valentine's Day. Does it matter which one is the most correct? It doesn't, does it?

They say, we celebrate tomorrow in the name of love. I reckon, in the name of love many girls have fallen into the trap. In the name of love, we see statistics of unwanted delivery blooming up in November and December. In the name of love, a lot of married coupled file for a divorce.

None of these are necessary.

It is not a day to remember for us, the Muslims. We get deceived looking at all the seductive promotions of this and that, and we do not get anything in return. Who are the real ones celebrating this? Memory Lane is!

Tomorrow is not for us. It's as simple as that.

If you think the Muslims are falling behind those Western countries, celebrating Valentine's is one the reasons the Westerns to fall faster. If we copy them in the unwanted and less ideal ways, we are making ourselves further left behind.

In the end, we have only ourselves to blame. It's as simple as that.

I'm out. A message from Jamal Al-Khudari -

Jamal Al-Khudari : mengapa dunia membisu melihat Gaza dikepung ?

fikir2 kan.yosh(ala2 Aziz Desa)

till next time,

Friday, February 12, 2010



in the name of Allah the Most Gracious the Most Merciful

I have written only 4 entries for February. It has been a hectic month. There are so many deadlines, and I seem not to be utilising time appropriately.

I can't be dedicating 24/7 to my work. As simple as that.

There will be times when your motivation is shooting high, and at the moment it is not for me.

Being an ordinary man, I complain when I am not happy. Funny, I hardly express my gratitude towards Allah when I am happy. This is so not appropriate.

I can't wait to complete my housemanship. It's a long marathon, yet I haven't even reached halfway. If only it was a race, I would have used all my energy to finish as quick as possible.

If Paediatrics is my next posting, I am screwed. my day starts at 7 am and finishes at 5 pm, EVERYDAY, MONDAY TO SUNDAY, and that hasn't included on call yet! PM off post call is another rhetoric. Bosses are selective in implementation.

Might as well do it early if it is inevitable. eh?

Jom panjat glacier lagi?

I'm out.

till next time,

Tuesday, February 09, 2010



in the name of Allah the Most Gracious the Most Merciful

I am dejected. Today is the last day of my very short holiday. Tomorrow, as early as 8 am, I need to leave home for Honda car service. Depending on the time taken, I might need to leave KL once everything is ready, and I am so not ready for this.

Since I started work, I haven't had ample time to be spent with family. Firstly, the number of days allowed is short. Secondly, our bosses(not all) are stingy. Thirdly, time taken to reach KL is roughly 4 hours. So if I have 4 days, only 2 days will be counted as holiday.

Some people say there is no use of complaining when you can't do anything. I beg to differ.
I feel better if my complaint is heard. I don't know about you.

Serious matter aside, these 2 words are becoming a laughing stock for us Malaysians. 'Mokhtar' and 'What'. lol!

If there is anyone out there who would like to comment my comment on UMNO, feel free to do so. I hope, if you feel what I do is wrong, please judge yourselves too. Why criticising PAS is right and UMNO is wrong?

To the non thinkers, everything that is related to PKR is wrong. There are so many infighting within PKR. Funny. Only these fights are highlighted. Liow Tiong Lai's boycott is hidden in a small column in page 7, perhaps? Or MIC is so peaceful? Or Makkal Sakhti is on its way to greatness? Or nobody is backstabbing each other in UMNO?

UMNO-controlled newspapers are not highlighting these. Is it not obvious?

That is why they are manipulating Zulkifli Nordin issue to the maximum. It benefits them.

Oh, hipocrisy is running in our veins.

I will never vote for UMNO. Even if they have changed, I will not put a cross next to KERIS. Why? Traditionally the fight in Segambut is between DAP vs MCA. That's why! Hehe...

Jangan marah.

Ninety Mile Beach

I had a good lepaking session with a friend today. I realised that sometimes I really do miss Auckland.

till next time,

Sunday, February 07, 2010



in the name of Allah the Most Gracious the Most Merciful

I am currently in KL. I left Kulim at 7.30am and reached here at approximately 11.30am. It was a 4 hour uneventful journey. I have never seen such a bright sunny day for a long time that I thought the view was beautiful throughout that 4 hours.

I did not go immediately to TTDI. Instead, I dropped by at Sg Buloh. Everyone was there, chilling around with whoever available. At 5 pm, I finally arrived at TTDI. I performed my prayers, and changed later to my sports attire. Yeay, futsal time.

As for now, it is less than 45 minutes before the game Arsenal-Chelsea starts. I care not who wins. What is important is that to see how will John Terry perform after his Tiger Woods like scandal went to public. Interesting, isn't it?

I shall write more tomorrow. I have planned a few activities, but the execution part will remain to be seen. I hope it won't be an UMNO-like day, where talking is the main priority. Hehe..




that's how Saiful reacted. Hehe..

till next time,

Friday, February 05, 2010

Full Stop


in the name of Allah the Most Gracious the Most Merciful

I suppose everyone is following Sodomy II trial now. It's very interesting. Indeed, the interest generated from this trial is massive, and the accusation ironically seems to appear shaky from Day 1.

UMNO members will forever believe the court is fair and just. To the non-UMNO rakyat, there has been very little improvement in our confidence towards the system.

Nobody is saying Saiful is wrong and Anwar is right, or vice-versa, but, nobody believes the court. I loathe fanaticism, and whoever is (proven)guilty, they ought to be punished accordingly.

To me, it is wrong to say Anwar is in the innocent camp. It is also not right to say Saiful is a liar. We don't know, and it is unfair to label anyone without listening to both parties.

The same principle applies in the case of Zulkifli Nordin. Though his outburst is regrettable, but we have to respect his opinion. He is right when he says all the leaders need to sit in a round table for a discussion. Nobody highlights that, eh?

I am more into supporting Khalid Samad.

I felt sad when he was given a 6-month suspension and only a warning for Hassan Ali. Still, I haven't had a look at the reason given by PAS disciplinary board. I have to be fair you see.

Many of us like to sensationalise issues, and we seem not to worry about the truth.

Maybe the former is better for a glamour life?

till next time,

fanaticism is allowed for Liverpool FC. Full stop.

Tuesday, February 02, 2010



in the name of Allah the Most Gracious the Most Merciful

I feel guilty. It's a regret, but it is now too late. I should not have done what I have done.

You know a good person would never say he's a good person, but it could be completely opposite for a sinner. He knows when he has committed a sin.

I will keep everything to myself.

I feel guilty.

Till next time,