Category: Death

Important Message from Dr Richard Teo Keng Siang (1972-2012)

This video that I am about to share is worth watching. I have shared it on my Facebook and it’s so good that I really hope those of you who are not my FB friends will also have the chance to view it, hence I decide to blog it. I first chanced upon the message […]

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Morbid Realization of the Day

After “mastering” the art of loving myself and being grateful, recently I have been “introduced” to another lesson in life. Most of what I’ve written so far, I realize, are pretty “I” based. I am grateful …. I am putting myself first … etc …. I feel that I have graduated from the “I” part […]

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My Master Who Cried

I had a master (sifu) who cried. He cried when a song touched his heart. He cried when he saw the elderlies were still cleaning the tables.   He cried when students appreciated his works. He cried when he knew there was so much to do but so little time left. My sifu has cried more […]

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Goodbye and Thank You, Whitney!

Singapore – Sunday, 12 February 2012, I woke up to the news that the diva (positive way) has took her last breath and left this earth. What a sad news, but may be it’s just the hours for her to leave. The first thing came to my mind were her songs … so many of […]

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An Eulogy with Wicked

Recently, I had the privilege to watch Wicked in Singapore. A musical that has been glorified by a few of my friends who were lucky enough to watch it in US. I am grateful Wicked managed to find its way to Singapore and I didn’t need to fly so long to watch it. Image courtesy […]

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The 3 Letters that Live After Death

De-clutter: to simplify or get rid of mess, disorder, complications, etc (Taken from www.dictionary.com). Thanks to my “big forehead” bff, this time I welcome X’mas and New Year by de-cluttering my living space. I threw quite a bit of stuff and organized the others that I would like to keep. Though I am not a […]

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The Big C

Finally, the TV industry produced a heart-warming and thought provoking drama with well chosen actors – The Big C. Image courtesy of www.imdb.com Not only each and every aspects of the movies is perfectly put, the message that it invokes at the end of every episode, makes you question about life (and death) in a […]

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Reminiscence

For those who’ve loved and lost …And wonder if time will wash away all the pains and memories …Unless you have a selective amnesia, pains and memories remain. 17th April 2008, will mark 3 years anniversary of my one and only beloved dog, Kiky, passing away to another realm. For those who know me, I […]

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The Monday

Today is Monday… (well, soon over for some)To most they call it Monday blues but to one of my dearest friend it’s more than that. He called me earlier and told me his dad just passed away.While on the other side, another friend of mine was counting down to the long weekend due to Easter […]

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“I’m So Poor” – Are You?

I was on a taxi this morning and the Chinese radio 95.8FM was having a very interesting dialogue. I may not have captured the whole thing and I may paraphrase it :p so anyway here it goes: My imagination … I think Man B must have complained about how poor he is and complaining a […]

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