Isaiah 41:13 (NKJV)

For I, the LORD your God, will hold your right hand, saying to you, "Fear not, I will help you."

Sunday, February 28, 2010


As the ladies were comparing their LVs and Coaches, one of them remarked:



As I looked at their LV and Coach, I thought: "Give me my JC!"

Saturday, February 27, 2010

Friday, February 26, 2010



Looking for distractions?

Tuesday, February 16, 2010


I'm home! =)

It's been a long long while since it felt so good to be "home". Not a mere initial-phase kinda excitement bubble that bursts when reality sets in, but a deeper sense of joy - even when the reality cards are out on display.

The saying goes: "Home is where the heart is". I'm not sure if I've quite found my heart yet, but it's been handed over to the Healer, to the One who makes me whole. Home isn't really about a geographical location, nor a familiar structure one grew up in. I might even go as far as to say (and risk criticism) - perhaps it's not the people either. Home is... being where He wants me to be, doing what He wants me to do. But wait... perhaps my heart has taken a step ahead of me and found its resting place in its Maker.

I'm home! =)

Saturday, February 06, 2010

What's in a name?

Walking down the coffee aisle on my first trip to Tesco Malaysia, it was pretty amusing to find this particular brand of coffee I've never seen or heard before.

The name?

"Kanasai Cafe Slim".

I can understand if this particular brand of coffee came from Japan, but no, it's from Malaysia.

hmmmmm... I'm not sure I wanna have Kanasai coffee.

Friday, February 05, 2010


"The U-turn will surely come, it's just whether we hang around or cling on long enough until it does."

I said that tonight.

On one hand, it's a U-turn for which we wait, not knowing how else to make it happen by our own wisdom or ability - one that we need an external agent to turn us around. But on the other, it's a choice we make. Perhaps, in many cases, it is first a CHOICE we make, and then the external agent gets re:ACT1v8d to usher us into the full U-turn proper.

Do you need to make a U-turn today?

the Wall

I feel like I've been facing this Wall for a while. It's not an intimidating Wall at all, in fact, it's a nice sturdy, even dependable, trustworthy Wall. Sounds good eh? But... it's still a Wall. I think I've been trying to remove this Wall... but after a while, I'm beginning to wonder, perhaps this Wall is meant to be here. Whether I like it or not, whether I kick, scream or cry, it's here to stay, so might as well get used to it and move with it rather than trying to tear it down. After all, life needs to go on. No more trying to march around the Wall 7 times. Just keep walking with it and perhaps, someday, the Wall will just talk to me.