I do not know what to write. Yet I need to write as we come closer to the election date. I guess I just want to say that I am scared. I am scared of heartbreak. I volunteered in the 2008 general election and the 2011 Sarawak state election. The two campaigns that I participated [...]
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I do love trees. There is something comforting about trees, especially when I am surrounded by tall buildings most of the times. In the tropical Kuala Lumpur, it also has a cooling effect. That makes the city every bit more livable, never mind the aesthetic value it offers. Imagine large rain trees with the sound [...]
I handle my finances conservatively. I spend very little for someone my age and my profile. In fact, I impose a sort of limit on my spending. I am conscious of it and get mildly nervous if my total spending grows too fast even when I can more than afford it. I probably do buy [...]
I just received a brand new laptop as the old one that I bought 3 years ago were showing sign of stress. Out of luck, on the day I began working on my new gadget the old one decided to die. It refused to even start up. I had planned to transfer all of my [...]
Oh singing bird, please let me sleep, anymore I would leap, to throw you some turd.
Pray for a cup of coffee, Maybe for whatever fee, Pray a peek at your face, Maybe for a heart’s pace.
I am having a pang of longing for Michigan for reasons I do not know. This song is named The Hymn, sang by the Men’s Glee Club at the University.
It is tiring riding a roller coaster ride sometimes, running the full gamut of emotions from cycle to cycle. Already I feel unhappy about general everyday things. I recognize this sensation. The loathing of knowing another day coming; the judgmental attitude towards things that I really should not care about; the coldness towards others; the [...]
He remembers all too clearly what happened six months ago on the other side of the world as he stands among strangers under a statue of St Michel, waiting for an old dear friend to emerge from the Metro. “Don’t bite your nails.” “You’re starting to sound like my mother,” she replied to him sarcastically [...]
She claimed she is a student from Nepal. She approached me, asking if I am one? Many thought that I am still in my teen years, and so that question is legitimate. Those far older than me said I have a young face that does not age. Legitimate or not, I was on guard for deception. [...]