We were at Tropicana City Mall recently for a meeting with an old friend. It was a great catch up and exchanging news. Not soon after the meeting, we decided to stop by at a petstore located near the escalators as I saw several rabbits in a rabbit pen placed outside of the shop when … Continue reading The Petshop
A few years ago just when I was going through my divorce episode, one of the first things I had to do was to look for a job. It was kind of hard as I was so used to be self-employed for many years, making decisions on my terms and last but not least, … Continue reading A Lesson In Humility
I was chatting with George yesterday about some childhood memories I have, usually triggered by certain smell or sight. When I was about 7 or 8 years old, I remember the picnics we used to go to at this waterfall called Lata Jarum. Before the government constructed a giant hydro dam in the area, Lata … Continue reading Do You Remember Your Childhood Days With Fondness?
I have been following with interest on the case of Jawi against Nik Raina Abdul Aziz, an employee of Borders Malaysia. Read Border’s press statement here. There are three lessons here, at least to my mind: You have to know what you are selling knowing that there might be Power That Be out there are … Continue reading Have We Lost Our Rights To Earn A Decent Living?