Friday, September 30, 2011

Gambar Tunang


in the name of Allah the Most Gracious the Most Merciful

Alright! This time, as promised before, I will put up some photos from the event that took place last weekend.

We took off from Kuala Lumpur at 10am, and reached Bukit Rambai at 12. The photos will tell you everything. Enjoy!

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till next time,

Wednesday, September 28, 2011

Messed up


in the name of Allah the Most Gracious the Most Merciful

Occasionally this feeling of uneasiness comes uninvited. You will be restless for no reason, and you can't seem to be able to find the reason why.

Something is troubling me inside, and please, somebody tell me why.

As you get older, more responsibilities are placed upon your shoulders. These do not only come with great power, but also with heaps of sacrifices.

Whether you like it or not, you hardly are given any choices. So, take it as it is, and complain as much as you like, but please get on with life. Those days of leading a free life might not be yours to even think about it anymore.

Yes, I promised you pictures. I will InsyaAllah tomorrow. I hardly even have time for me at home, let alone for others.

till next time,

Wednesday, September 21, 2011

Malaysian first


in the name of Allah the Most Gracious the Most Merciful

I don't know how to start this time. Usually I have a topic in mind, that I feel like voicing out. This time tonight, I have the urge to write. For the past 30 minutes, I have been thinking that I want to write tonight. The issue, well, none.

Of late, there has been no major events happening to me. I am still an avid follower of our national politics, I remain a big fan of Liverpool and I want to keep on improving as a Muslim and a Malay.

There is one movie that really caught my attention. Approaching 28 years of my life as a Malaysian, I haven't really felt that all Malaysians can identify themselves as a Malaysian first, and a Malay second. I have to admit that I am really really really impressed with Namewee's efforts in Nasi Lemak 2.0.

You can ask my friends, I am very close to my Chinese neighbours. I have lived under one roof with Chinese, Indians and Sabahan. I enjoy making friends with them. I can assure you that not many have had that experience, let alone having the will to try that.

So kudos to Namewee. Hats off to you my fellow Malaysian.

I hate racism. Let's kick racism out of our lives.

There will be a big event happening this Saturday. Will keep you updated for sure. Hopefully there will pics uploaded here.

till next time. Cheers


Sunday, September 18, 2011



in the name of Allah the Most Gracious the Most Merciful

I feel restless. I am now stuck in a clinic, locuming, of course.

Yet, I feel 'called' to write today.

I had a busy call last night. I have come to realize that I tend to lose patience easily when test comes forth to me. For the past 30 months, my calls have always been a relatively easy one. Relatively is the word.

I have always been the source of envy for many colleagues. I am speaking in terms of how busy will I get in every on call session. 3-4 hours of sleep is the minimum I will get in these nights. Comparatively, many of my colleagues will barely have 1 hour per night.

Of late, the trend has changed.

Patience is a virtue that if one succeeds to grab on hold to, invariably will lead you to a greater heights. I don't know if I am getting less patience lately, or I do actually have a low threshold.

Making things worse, I am not a good sleeper.

I feel slightly relieved. It is always good to vomit out your stressful thoughts isn't it?

till next time,

Thursday, September 15, 2011

Time and tide


in the name of Allah the Most Gracious the Most Merciful

Life as a doctor is a really an unpredictable one. It is worse especially if you are bonded to the government for a certain period of time. In my case, it is a 10 year contract. 8 1/2 more to go.

Say for example, my department is blessed with a good number of medical officers. I have only 5 on calls for the this month. Next month there will be a couple leaving the department, therefore we are all back to square one.

With regards to me, I have submitted my transfer request. I've requested Kuala Lumpur and Selangor. I am neither Torres nor Meireles who decided at the 11th hour to turn their back on their old club, who has given them so much.

lol! Jokes aside, it is attributed to the fact that it is my turn to take care of my parents. I have been away for far too long. Long story short, I feel homecoming is so good. No, I have not received my confirmation letter yet. It is this feeling that, frequent traveling Kulim-KL-Kulim makes you miss home more and more. It never subsides really.

Wish me luck!

till next time,

Monday, September 05, 2011



in the name of Allah the Most Gracious the Most Merciful

It's 12 midnight, and I should have long been dreaming on my bed.

It is funny that you can develop affection towards somebody in a short space of time. Life is unpredictable, it has always been like that. Japan, amongst the best in technology, lost billions of dollars with hundreds of life in the recent tsunami.

You always hope that whatever is given to you is the best for you. I reckon everybody hates it that when they think they have got everything, in a blink of an eye, they are gone.

Nothing lasts forever, but the hatred towards the saying never ceases. All good things will end one day, and so do the bad ones.

One thing that we should always keep in mind is the trust to Allah. He knows best.

till next time,

Sunday, September 04, 2011

Cloud 9


in the name of Allah the Most Gracious the Most Merciful

I've been wanting to write for the past few days, honestly. However, this holiday is about non stop traveling for me.

Imagine this, Kulim to Kl the day before raya, next KL to Johor Bahru on the first day. Third day of Raya, JB to KL, and KL-Melaka-KL the day after. I had a break on the 5th, and I safely arrived at Kulim at 5pm(1 hour ago).

I feel physically tired.

Nevertheless, it was a fruitful tired. I am over the moon again. I shall keep it low, at least for now.

I got to see my family, and a couple of friends.

Not to forget the duit raya, it is by far the biggest I've ever received. Shortly afterwards, 90% had to spend for some important reasons(biggest portion for hutang!).

Now that I am back in Kulim, I will kick start my financial saving drive today. Yes today. I reached Kulim at 4.50pm, and at 6.26pm, I have seen close to 10 patients in clinic.

I have got to start working hard again.

till next time,