Clouds can take form in many shapes and sizes, this was taken on a lazy Saturday morning. It is like thousands of cotton candy being made and flew up to the sky, except they are pure white, not those colourful candy we used to see in the carnival.
Well, lately I’ve been feeling quite a bit exhausted due to a lack of sleep and stress coming at me from every which way. With design project deadlines to catch and having to deliver a few lectures in the past months, indeed I was being less jovial in my handling of day to day living. Like any other problems, there are always some solutions. Mine is simple, just looking at the blue sky gives me this soothing and therapeutic effect.
These were taken during my flight to Kuching. The plane hovered across the Santubong peninsula and Sarawak River.
These were taken on the way back to Kuala Lumpur, overlooking the Straits of Malacca and the planned garden and intellect city of Putrajaya.
My favourite? The sunset. I like to be reminded that there is always an end to everything, sunset seems to tell me that ‘hey, it’s going to end and it’s the happiest time.’
Know what you want to do, hold the thought firmly, and do every day what should be done, and every sunset will see you that much nearer to your goal.
UPDATE: THIS PHONE HAS BEEN SOLD ON 16 MAY 2013.
If you don’t already know, I have expressed on my twitter and facebook account that I intend to let go my iPhone 5 in exchange for an Android phone.
What’s the catch? Nothing, really.
It is a 32GB Black iPhone 5 that I bought in Dec 2012, 5 months old. Another 7 months warranty with Maxis. Phone is in top condition since it always stay in its casing. Asking price RM2100 (negotiable). Comes with original box, earpod, lightning adapter, screen protector and bumper (Air Jacket). Drop me your request here.
Like any morning, I would pick up my phone and start scrolling down the twitter timeline to catch a glimpse of what happened on the other side of the world. Today however, is no ordinary morning. My tweets are filled with Habemus Papam! An exclamation that a pope has been chosen!
Cardinal Jorge Bergoglio has been elected by the cardinals electors. His Eminence takes the name Pope Francis after a saint of peace and poverty. The first pope from Latin America. The first Jesuit to become pope.
Habemus Papam! We have a new pope!
Another year has passed and the new year is here. Like blooming flowers and humming birds of spring time, I hope that this year will be auspicious and smooth sailing.
Not knowingly I have been working for four years now. Much learned and more to learn. Things I’ve learned in the workplace:
- I am responsible for charting my future, be bold to seek what I want, no one is going to know what I want if I do not speak out for myself.
- Do not pull the plank away after using it as a bridge. I am grateful for the help others gave me, maintaining harmony and relationship with others is important as I may never know when we will cross path again.
- Never be afraid to try new or challenging tasks. I may be young and inexperience, I may fail while carrying out the tasks but these are part of the learning process I have to go through to be a better engineer.
Tau fu fah is a kind of desert, made of soy, where you can find them everywhere from pasar malam to desert stalls. Its look though simple, the preparation behind it however is not. From grinding of the soil bean to cooking the soy paste until tender soft before one can savour the delicacy.
I would like to take this time to wish all of you a Happy Chinese New Year and a prosperous year ahead!
Look back on a great life. Look forward to an even greater one.