Saturday, May 12, 2012


Character cannot be developed in ease and quite.
Only through experiences of trials and suffering;
can the soul be strengthened,
vision cleared,
ambition inspired,
and success achieved!

"You gain strength, confidence and fear in the face.
You must do the thing you cannot do!
And remember, the finest steel gets sent through the hottest furnace".

A winner is not one who never fails, but one who never quits.
Winners never quit, Quitters never win!

I'm sure you tried this before; by giving each alphabet a number, a=1, b=2, etc,
if you add up the letters of the alphabet in the word 'attitude' this is the result:

A = 1
T = 20
T = 20
I = 9
T = 20
U = 21
D = 4
E = 5

TOTAL :  100!

Attitude is everything!

P/S: Its Saturday and its is in the month of May! Kotobian om kounsikaan vuhan tagazo do Kaamatan. Have a great day!

Sunday, May 6, 2012


I know this song long time ago; during Sabah Youth Day 2 (Ranau), 2008.
During that time, I was touched, burst into tears and felt blessed!

Thus, I sang this song in Church today!
Had 3 days practice for it since my pianist didn't know much this song.
But, I'm glad because she learnt it very fast!

We rode into town the other day,
Just me and my daddy.
He said I’d finally reached that age
And I could ride next to him on a horse
That of course was not quite as wide

We heard a crowd of people shouting,
And so we stopped to find out why.
There was that man that my dad said he loved
But today there was fear in his eyes.

So I said, “Daddy why are they screaming?
Why are the faces of some of them beaming?
Why is he dressed in that bright purple robe?
I’ll bet that crown hurts him more than he shows.
Daddy, please, can’t you do something?
He looks as though he’s gonna cry.
You said he was stronger than all of those guys.
Daddy please tell me why,
Why does everyone want him to die?”

Later that day the sky grew cloudy
And Daddy said I should go inside.
Somehow he knew things could get stormy.
Boy, was he right! But I could not keep from wonderin’
If there was something he had to hide
So after he left I had to find out.
I was not afraid of getting lost.
So I followed the crowds to a hill where I knew men
had been killed,
And I heard a voice call from the cross

And he said, “Father why are they screaming?
Why are the faces of some of them beaming?
Why are they casting their lots for my robe?
This crown of thorns hurts me more than it shows.
Father, please, can’t You do something?
I know that You must hear my cry.
I thought I could handle a cross of this size.
Father remind me why, why does everyone want me to die
Oh, when will I understand why?

My precious Son, I hear them screaming,
and I’m watching the face of the enemy beaming.
But soon I will clothe You in robes of my own.
Jesus, this hurts Me much more than You know.
But this dark hour I must do  nothing
Though I’ve heard Your unbearable cry.
The pow’r in Your blood destroys all of the lies.
Soon You’ll see past their unmerciful eyes.
Look there below, see the child
Trembling by her father’s side.
Now I can tell You why,
She is why You must die.

P/S: This song is dedicated to Pastor Koko for all the inspiration, words of wisdom, and for helping me to understand 'why', even though we spent such a very short time serving in Korin Church. God bless your journey! And thanks to my roommate (Akmal) for sacrificing his precious morning sleep just to send me to Church by his bike today.

Saturday, May 5, 2012

Something happened!

It takes around 15 minutes duration by cycling.
But just imagine if your bicycle broke in the middle of your way?

You can still walk, maybe takes around 45 minutes to reach your destination.
But, it was a highway.
At night, no lights!
With all the unknown people around you!
And somehow, my local friends here told me that;

"Don't walk alone in the night at a place where there is no one can see you.
If not, either your money will gone,
or you will lose your virginity (if applicable to a guy also!)"

It happened to me today.
My bicycle broke!
I tried to fix it many times, but its still not working.
Its dark somemore, how am I suppose to see which part need to be fixed?

I cried out in my prayer, nothing happen.
Then I decided to walk!

But then, suddenly a guy came, asking me in Kannada Language 'what happen?'.
He offered help, but at first I refused!
(Nanti saya kena rogol! Lelaki sini jangan kau percaya seratus peratus!)
But then, thinking about the risk if I walk which is even higher,
so I accepted his helps.

He send me by his motorbike,
with me (at the back) holding the bicycle at the right side of my arm.
(Can you imagine this?!)

It was imbalance!
And we almost got into an accident!
But thanks God, I reached hostel safely.

Then I realised something,
"Not everyone good, and not everyone bad"

P/S: May God bless that guy! Thanks God!