Several weeks ago… My heart felt such deep sadness and I had no idea why. My lower left eye kept on twitching endlessly. Early this week… Boris was clingy which was unusual. He picked a new favourite curling place by the sofa and wanted to be picked up all the time. We came back from … Continue reading Boris
Today, is my dad’s birthday. He would have been a young 67 year old man if a heart attack did not take him away too early from us at the age of 56. I found an old blog of mine about him. And another piece from my cousin, Ghaz. A prayer for you, abah and … Continue reading Happy 67th Birthday, Abah.
Part 1 There is really nothing special about me, or my stories. But I think they are just as good to tell. Perhaps if any of the story could inspire someone, then, I have done something good in my life. Or, perhaps, some of the stories created a guide to someone in order not to … Continue reading My Story
Someone asked this question on his FB wall…. Asked during an interview: What’s the most important part of a sandwich? What do you think the answer should be? And so I said, “Nice trick question. I’s say that none of the part can be considered important as every part of it – the bread, the filling … Continue reading The Tricky Sandwich Question
I sat in the upmarket tea and coffee place in Bangsar sipping my RM12.00 latte, admiring people walking by the street. The place was nice and cooling what with the full blasted aircondition. It was a comfortable place to be. Out of nowhere, a man walked in through the glass door, carrying what I believed … Continue reading The Story About My Angry Bird Keychain
I was talking to my friend, Mohan just days before the recent Deepavali. We met in April at the IFTDO 2013 this year in New Delhi through the President of an association that I belong to. He’s doing well at his new job and have been asking George and I to make that trip over … Continue reading Remembering India, The Land Of Contrasts