Category: Wisdom

Finding Comfort in the Unknown

If there’s a theme for the first quarter of my 2013, it gotta be a few of the following words …– The Unknown– The Untitled– The Unlabeled– The Uncertain– The Unexplainable This is not the first time I faced so many situations that were totally incomprehensible; all happened at the same time. But, this is […]

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Who Do You Choose to Have in Your Garden of Life?

Besides his full time occupation of being a doctor, in his heart, my dad is a loving farmer. With the limited space we have on top of our shop house, he has managed to plant more than 23 varieties of vegetables or fruits 2 years ago (the number should be increasing by now? I’m not […]

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Lesson from 2012 – #1 – Do Not Believe in the “He Says”, “She Says”, “They Say”

So, I have promised that I will share 3 most important lessons I have learned in 2012. Here is my very first one: “Just because someone says the words, doesn’t mean it is the truth.  If you believe in it, please take full responsibility.  It was your choice to begin with in trusting their words.” […]

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At My Best, I Chirp

I love birds.I love looking at birds.I especially love when they just fly and soar up to the sky. Or, when they say “hello” by flying right in front of me and catch me by surprise. The slight sight of them will light up my face.The slight sound of them will make me join them […]

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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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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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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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