My husband sent me a text saying that his father had passed away on the 20th November 2018. I asked him, is he okay? He said, yes, just shocked. Death, makes you think about things. About life, about relationships, about love. Those things that make us feel human, and sometimes, those things that you … Continue reading The Passing of My Father In Law
The Malay has a saying…disangkakan hujan hingga ke petang, rupanya hujan di tengah hari…(you thought it will be sunny till the evening, but it rains at noon). After close to 20 years of marriage, a friend of mine is ending her marriage. She’s moving out from her marital home this week. Be brave, my friend. … Continue reading Be Brave, My Friend.
There is a bigger agenda by Him; bigger than more I can see…sometimes, you just want to disappear, or sleep and never wake up. Continue reading When I Feel Like Giving UP..
I told G the strange dreams I had since we came back from umrah. Usually it will involve either one of these: me walking towards kaabah from the mosque, George and I doing our circumambulation around Kaabah looking at kaabah from one side of the mosque praying in the mosque facing kaabah Continue reading The Strange Dreams, Post Umrah
As I skimmed through my FB memory postings, I saw one article that I posted about a year ago. It was an article written by Richard Branson. His first line was, “How happy are you?”. Such a simple question, and yet so profound. Reflects on my current state of spirit, mind, body and soul of … Continue reading Measurement of Happiness
I arrived in Kuala Lumpur sometime in 1991 after living in Pahang all of my life. My then-husband applied for a transfer back to the city after he decided a transfer to the backwaters of Rompin, Pahang was out of question. At that time, I was working for a well known travel agency and had … Continue reading Kuala Lumpur, My City