Monday, April 28, 2008


I must admit – not owning a car is placidly soothing. A rare phenomenon, I dare say,
Took a joy ride around Subang Jaya with a friend, to survey and to scrutinize. To my dismay, I found it wasn’t disable friendly. It was
outrageously dangerous for the disable and its chaperon to move around Subang Jaya. Parking is absolutely impossible, sure can go crazy.

Migrated from Petaling Jaya to USJ1, six months ago – I am a noviciate to Subang Jaya and its surroundings. People here are not used to people in wheelchair. So I’m on mission impossible here!

I finally manage to find a hair saloon which was disable friendly. It was a relief to lighten the load on my head.

Wednesday, April 16, 2008

Hypocritically Amazing

I never liked reading the newspaper because I doubt their sincerity and intelligibility of it. Journalist these days have a problem understanding simple languages, be it Malay, English, Tamil or Chinese. I personally know a few who can really ask dumb questions. Their ignorance of exposing vital facts and information is an annoying factor that I abhor.
Maybe I don’t understand their job, or maybe I’m too harsh on them or maybe ……….. who care, all I know is that Malaysian journalist are the most republishing lot.
This piece of news didn’t really shock me – I’m far beyond that stage, it shows how sordid and repellent the pervious government was towards its citizens
The way the journalist wrote it – it sounded like a placid issue. Spending RM27m in fifty days! How sagging Barisan Nasional assemblymen can be. Escaping penitentiary too!
I sincerely wonder how the Barisan Nasional assemblymen could deceitfully and so hypocritically get away with all, maybe it is the sculpture of writings, journalist are so passive in their report……..well……… flaccid and flabby words, sure makes my skin crawl!

RM27m for Selangor burned up in 50 days!
Tuesday, April 15, 2008 Star news paper

KLANG: The 54 Barisan Nasional assemblymen in the previous administration spent their total annual allocation of RM27mil ringgit for 2008 in just 50 days from the beginning of the year, said Selangor exco member Ronnie Liu.
"There was shock and disbelief when the state executive councillors found out that an annual allocation of RM500,000 each, meant for repairing roads and drains, had been used up by February," he said.
He said the state government would ask all the 36 former Barisan assemblymen and the 18 who retained their seats to explain how the allocations, meant for minor repair works in their constituencies, were used.
Liu, who is State Local Government, Study and Research Committee chairman, was speaking to reporters after a visit to the Klang Municipal Council here on Monday.
He said Selangor Mentri Besar Tan Sri Khalid Ibrahim decided last week to seek an explanation from the asemblymen to ensure accountability.
“All the letters to the assemblymen would be sent out within the week and they must give detailed accounts on how the allocations were used and who the contractors were who carried out the minor projects within their neighborhoods,” Liu said.
“We are not satisfied with the way allocations were used. We want to know how the rate-payers' money was used. But for now, we are not going to speculate on their spending trends. We will wait to see the outcome,” he said.
Ronnie said the assemblymen in the current government were now forced to ask for a fresh RM500,000 to provide the necessary services to their constituencies.
“We are going to come out with a new method where every sen spent will be accounted for. Our aim is to provide transparency, so, that the rakyat can check on the government’s expenditure,” he said.

Monday, April 14, 2008


I couldn’t resist the urge in putting this in my blog, because I found it so fascinating and so astounding. It is incredibly true, it is in existence. So so awesome and so miraculous. Yap I am going over-board about it.
I have heard of tallest people and seen some pictures in the newspapers, but I wasn’t stunned by it.
She is so cute too.
She is 58cm, name Jyoti Amge Smallest girl in the world.

Tuesday, April 08, 2008


Motives – A very troublesome ‘word’, a negative & a positive expression, that occurs in certain phrase in our life. In mine too.
When we do weird things – so un-logical to the observers. When I do bizarre things, such as living alone in a flat, I was bombarded from all quarters. It wasn’t a realistic idea, in fact some of my friends were very alarmed. I am worshipping a “A living God” that all that matter to me.

There is a reason for everything we do under the sun or under our roof. Doesn’t that ring a bell somewhere in our mind, it does to me, I must have heard it or read somewhere, sometime ago.
Sometimes I am amaze how our brains can work, and I suddenly realize motive is brewed within the brain – that depends on circumstances one is in, motives draws suspicion, an automatic tendency that surfaces without any shove. I experience this a couple of years back, my brain scrutinize the situation in a most amazing manner. A lesson you can’t learn from a text book.
When large corporations give big money to a political campaign, we suspect an ulterior motive. In so many areas, we naturally look for the hidden agenda behind gifts, personal endorsements, and even good manners. It is only natural to evaluate all these with the boundaries of our mind.
One of the amazing lessons I learned is bad motives can put honorable actions to shame just as good motives can turn even the most menial task into something noble. The Bible emphasizes this in the most astounding way and manner.
At the moment I have stopped being concerned about the motives of others, people will always be people and people will have their own motives.

Friday, April 04, 2008

Asphyxiation of the truth

There is nothing to fear except the persistent refusal to find out the truth, the persistent refusal to analyze the causes of happenings. Dorothy Thompson:

There is something very very annoying about our country – asphyxiation of the truth.
A decade of corruption has throttled this exceptional virtue. The way I look at our politics presently.. It
going to be a tuff job for Malaysians to identify clean political principles when they see one. Time can only tell if our country is going uphill or downhill.
When one sits in a wheelchair – the scope is bountiful, amusing and infuriating. Questions flash in the mind. It makes me wonder about the influence of the power that is unseen verse the power that is seen.
Every panorama, the plot thickens. The victims must endure it, without a murmur, Malaysian style.
This all sound very paranoid. But I feel that is the truth, and truth doesn’t have a flavor or technique!
Truth is elegance. Not many will entertain or embrace in a enthusiasm manner. No matter how virtuous we are – including myself! No doubt about it,

Never apologize for showing feeling. When you do so, you apologize for the truth. Benjamin Disraeli:

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