Month: October 2012

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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My “Diving” Experience

The first time I saw this image from my friend‘s Facebook page (I think it was 5th of August 2012), I told myself,“Huah! I want to do that too. I want to dive with the sharks!” Shortly after, I registered and confirmed my trip just like that.  2.5 months later, I passed my theory test […]

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Lesson Learned through Friendships Woes

In the last 3.5 years, I have seen a few circles of my friendships are missing a few of their links. Recently, such occurrence happened again. I realize, at all time, I am always the bridge. No, not bridge, I am not connecting anything between the separated worlds. I am simply connected to both parties […]

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Relationship, It Should Be Easy.

What an interesting night I had …! Spending time with 6 French speaking people after my 1 whole month of detox, oh how apt! Not only my ears were having orgasms, I was being spoilt with great food and great wine and most importantly, with my super broken Fransinglais (French+Singlish) I was able to carry […]

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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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Love Yourself First – Why Should You?

Try saying to yourself this statement – “I love myself and I put myself first.” How does it make you feel? More often than not, if you are not used to this concept, it will bring some shiver down your spine. You will not be at ease in saying that statement and it totally doesn’t feel […]

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