Two weeks before, I stood in front of 400 graduates while running a career workshop. Last week I did two career workshops at two local universities with more than 200 graduates coming out from their faculties in each session. Even had their DVC and lecturers dancing to the tune of Justin Timberlake. This week I … Continue reading I Don’t Want To Grow Old and Bitter
The man who is sitting in the front row with the songkok and a name tag is my late father known as Cikgu Fuad in the community. He passed away at a young age of 56, just a year after his retirement. Every year, the month of November is dedicated to this great man who … Continue reading The Fauad Initiative
Farewell my darling. You are no longer in pain. May we meet again in Jannah. Miss Rexton (1999 – 7 November 2016). She has given all of us much love, joy and happiness till the end of her long life. She was our oldest surviving cat from my previous life. She had gone through so … Continue reading In Memory of Miss Rexton (1999-7 November, 2016)
You know, I have this loooooooooooong list of pet peeves that goes on for miles and miles. Surprisingly enough, the list consist of stuff that ordinary people call it “common sense”. However, I think common sense is not so common. And so, it got to my long list of pet peeves. Just yesterday G and … Continue reading It’s Not Me Who Is Standing With The Trolley!
The recent 29th & 30th October 2016 saw more than 200 relatives from the Muhammad Jabar clan gathered in Kampung Dong, Raub, Pahang. This gathering was our third. It was interesting to observe how the Gen X and Gen Y members took over the floor and had participated actively in the activities and the planning. … Continue reading Bi-annual Family Gathering-Keturunan Muhammad Jabar