Is swelling within me
What you saw
Left me in awe
If what you see
Is what should it be
If what you saw
Diverted all in all
Then what you see
Is the towering tree
Then what you saw
The seed when its raw
"The true work of art is but a shadow of the divine perfection"Michaelangelo
"Non-technical questions sometimes don't have an answer at all"Linus Torvalds
"Sometimes the road less traveled is less traveled for a reason"Jerry Seinfield
"At the touch of love everyone becomes a poet"Plato
"In the end, you have to choose whether or not to trust someone"Sophie Kinsella
"NOM NOM NOM"LOLcat
"Life Is Colourful"lifutushi
So said a candidate for Bagan Pinang by-election...
"Saya bukan melakukan jenayah, ini merupakan pelanggaran kod etika pemilihan, itu istilah yang pertama kita gunakan. Saya telah jalankan hukuman selama tiga tahun, jadi benda tu tak timbul lagi. Malah kes-kes jenayah pun orang boleh terima, ada yang dah jadi Ketua Menteri, ada dah jadi Menteri dan ada yang bercita-cita nak jadi Perdana Menteri lagi, semua ada, jadi apa masalah dengan saya?"
So now we know that among them, corruption is not a crime. It is just a disciplinary issue that does not conform with the code of ethics in their party electoral process. And those who are found practicing corruption can only be punished by the said party, because the pillars of this beloved country does not, by any mean, applied to them. KEDAULATAN UNDANG-UNDANG is only for other people, not for them. They can break the law all they want, and only themselves can punish them (unless any of them went against the wishes of the 'Prime Mammal', then all of his/her wrongdoings will be brought public and he/she will be dragged into the real court.
As long as everyone piously nodding to the rhythm of the big guy, no law can touch any of them.
What a world we're living in....
Baru sampai KL pagi tadi. Lama gak aku beraya...
Ntah naper raya kali ni penat sikit. Nak kata beraya sakan, takde la sangat. Family aku kalau raya, jarang gi jalan2 beraya rumah orang, tunggu orang datang beraya kat rumah je la.
Tahun ni pun camtu la. Siapkan rumah menunggu tetamu datang. Bukan setakat bertandang, rumah aku biasanya tetamu-tetamu datang bermalam terus. So, riuh sikit la kalau ada tetamu yang bawak anak2 kecik tu. Ye la, adik aku yang bongsu pun dah 21 tahun umur dia, so bunyi anak2 kecik ni memang takde kat rumah aku pada hari2 biasa.
Seperti yang diexpect la, sedara2 sebelah abah datang start raya kedua. pakcik aku datang dari pahang dengan dua buah kereta, bawak anak cucu datang beraya. anak sulung dia aja yang tak datang, gi beraya kat rumah mertua agaknya. satu pasal pakcik aku ni, muka dia memang iras sangat ngan bapak aku. ramai orang dah ter'malu' bila silap tegur dia hahaha... nasib baik dia sporting, layan je borak walaupun orang tu ingat dia ayah aku...
pastu tahun ni ntah kenapa tiba-tiba pakcik aku ni teringin nak gi kubur mak & ayah dia (nnek & datuk aku la). aku dari kecik memang tak tau sangat pasal datuk nenek sebelah ayah aku ni. sebab dia yatim piatu dari kecik, pastu dok menumpang rumah sedara. so itu la first time aku tau kat area mana kubur nenek ngan datuk aku. nenek aku dikebumi kat pasir puteh, datuk aku kat bachok.
pastu ayah aku buat program jejak kasih carik sepupu dia. ikut orang citer dia bukak kedai makan tepi pantai irama. so, aku ikut ayah ngan pakcik aku gi kedai dia. kalau korang kenal ayah aku ni, dia suka buat lawak. dia gi tanya sepupu dia tu kenal dia tak. sepupu dia tak cam muka ayah ngan pakcik aku, dia kata mungkin lama tak jumpa. Ayah aku buat muka selamba je kata 'takde la lama sangat, baru 30-40 tahun je tak jumpa'. tengok muka serius ayah aku tu, aku nak tergelak ajer, tapi sepupu dia tu buat muka tak paham lak hahahaha...
so, raya aku tahun ni lebih kurang camtu la. layan orang datang rumah jer. banyak lagi aku boleh tulis, tapi aku malas, biasa la aku memang malas
Do you want to fast your whole life? It's not easy, i requires more wits and will than most people have. Let me re-phrase my question: Do you want to get reward as if you're fasting your whole life?
If your answer is NO, skip this article. But if your answer is YES, read on...
A first grade teacher had twenty-five students in her class and she presented each child in her class the first half of a well known proverb and asked them to come up with the remainder of the proverb. It’s hard to believe these were actually done by first graders. Their insight may surprise you.
While reading these keep in mind that these are first graders, 6-year-olds, because the last one is a classic!
1. Don’t change horses ……. until they stop running.
2. Strike while the ……........ bug is close.
3. It’s always darkest before …… Daylight Saving Time.
4. Never underestimate the power of ………… termites.
5. You can lead a horse to water but …….. how?
6. Don’t bite the hand that …………….. looks dirty.
7. No news is …………………………… impossible.
8. A miss is as good as a ………… Mr.
9. You can’t teach an old dog new …………… math.
10. If you lie down with dogs, you’ll ………….. stink in the morning.
11. Love all, trust ………… me.
12. The pen is mightier than the ……………… pigs.
13. An idle mind is ………… the best way to relax.
14. Where there’s smoke there’s …………… pollution.
15. Happy the bride who ……… gets all the presents.
16. A penny saved is ………………. not much.
17. Two’s company, three’s ………… the Musketeers.
18. Don’t put off till tomorrow what ……… you put on to go to bed.
19. Laugh and the whole world laughs with you, cry and ……… you have to blow your nose.
20. There are none so blind as …………Stevie Wonder.
21. Children should be seen and not …………… spanked or grounded.
22. If at first you don’t succeed ……… get new batteries.
23. You get out of something only what you ……. see in the picture on the box.
24. When the blind lead the blind …. get out of the way.
And the WINNER and the last one…
25. Better late than ………… pregnant!
China’s Muslim Uyghurs Forbidden to Fast During Ramadan
A young Uyghur boy in Calgary, Canada cries at a rally to protest the Communist Party's suppression in Xinjiang. (Jerry Wu/The Epoch Times)
Chinese authorities in Xinjiang Province have issued a notice that any Uyghur cadres or workers found not eating lunch during Ramadan could lose their jobs.
It is part of the campaign of local authorities in Xinjiang, home to the Muslim Uyghur ethnic group, to force the Uyghur people to give up their religious rituals during the fasting month of Ramadan.
Ramadan is a holy month in the Islamic calendar, which begun this year on Aug. 22. It requires not eating during the daytime.
“Free lunches, tea, and coffee—that authorities are calling ‘Care from the government’ or ‘Living allowance’—are being offered in government departments and companies. But it is actually a ploy used to find out who is fasting,” said Dilxat Raxit, World Uyghur Congress spokesman, speaking to The Epoch Times.
According to Dilxat, Uyghur Communist Party cadres throughout Xinjiang had been forced to sign “letters of responsibility” promising to avoid fasting and other religious activities. They are also responsible for enforcing the policy in their assigned areas, and face punishment if anyone in these areas fasts.
For the first time, Dilxat said, the crackdown has extended to retired Communist Party members. Current cadres are required to visit them to prevent them from participating in the fast. If anyone violates the ban, local leaders will be held responsible and severely punished, he said.
Muslim restaurant owners are forced to sign a document to remain open and continue selling alcohol during Ramadan or have their licenses revoked, he said.
Uyghurs arrested during the July riots in Urumqi are also prohibited from fasting; those who insist on fasting will be force fed food and water while enduring insults for their misbehavior, he said in the interview.
Monks in mosques are forced to preach to others that fasting is a “feudal activity” and harmful to health, said Dilxat. Otherwise, their religious certification will be cancelled.
When asked about Chinese Communist Party (CCP) leader Hu Jintao’s recent visit to Xinjiang, Dilxat said: “Xinjiang’s situation has not yet returned to normal. Rather than asking the local Han people to respect the religion and culture of Uyghur people, Hu encouraged the use of military troops to suppress and further restrict our religious freedom. The communist regime often talks about ‘maintaining stability,’ but what they do is always different from what they say. They are actually the ones who are destroying stability.”
An Epoch Times reporter contacted the CCP’s State Ethnic Affairs Commission to see whether the restrictions claimed by Dilxat were official, or what the official stance on Ramadan was. The media contact wouldn’t speak on the subject, instead giving two numbers in Xinjiang that he said the reporter would be able to call to find out more. Both numbers were continually busy, and when the reporter called the State Ethnic Affairs Commission back, the man hung up.
The directives are communicated on official Web sites in the region, however.
Someone's loss is some other's gain
Give a cat a diamond is an attempt in vain
But your leftovers will ease its pain
You saw the sand when you stepped upon
Someone might see glistening silicon
You can't see what you'd rely on
The stone that you threw away
Can be the one you crave someday
What you give you'd get back
But the card you put in the sack
Won't come back into the deck
Yesterday when you made a mistake
Is a lesson for you to take
Today is to be cautious
Before you lose another precious
If you walk the same path
You'll face the same wrath
It's the simplest of life's math
I don't know what should I say
I don't know what ticked me this way
I don't know what lead me astray
I don't know what made me stay
I don't know what did I see
I don't know what would I be
I don't know what came to me
I don't know what was the key
I don't know what turned me real
I don't know what was my deal
I don't know what froze me still
I don't know what spun my wheel
I don't know what sent me far
I don't know what split me ajar
I don't know what lighted my star
I don't know what bleed my scar
I don't know what did I know
I don't know what swung my row
I don't know what was this for
I don't know what I did not know
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