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I remember when I was small, my Abah took me for a drive one day. It was longer than usual as by the time we got back home, it was already dark. My mom asked where did we go and I answered her that we just went to Raub town. (Raub, as I have … Continue reading Selamat Hari Merdeka, Malaysia!
I have just completed my sahur of smoked salmon and biscuits washed down with coffee. Had an orange too for the added vitamin C. The tv channel is on TV3. Then I heard her. She was reciting the surah Al Fatihah in the most beautiful, lyrical way, almost singing, in my opinion. And, have you ever … Continue reading Reflection On A Thursday Morning
I have always been fascinated by people’s various characters, nuances, behaviours and have harnessed an uncanny ability over time to read a person. They may not be right all the time, but over the years, the “message” has been refined. I find that George’s uncanny resemblance in this skill interesting from the moment I knew him. He … Continue reading I Share The Same League As Oprah Winfrey
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My friend, M posted up a link to Afghan’s new law that allows husbands to starve their wives should they dont get their fix of sex within 4 days in a week. I keep on wondering why does the laws like these in Muslim countries always revolve around how men’s inabilities to control their dicks … Continue reading Violence Against Women
This year’s Ramadhan started off with a sahur together with The Teenager who thoughtfully brought home “kampung fried rice” when she came back from her outings. This year’s Ramadhan is different too as we will fast as a new family albeit the distance that we have at the moment. Just like any other year, the … Continue reading Welcoming The Ramadhan Al Mubarak