February 24, 2009

It's out.

Our very BELOVED National Service of Malaysia have finally released the locations list for the 2nd batch of 18-year-olds.

Holyness, I'm going to Jempol, Negeri Sembilan. And I've not run into any of my friends who are going to the same area. The only thing that sounds good about the place for me at the moment is that it's in Negeri Sembilan.


Ok, gather. Anyone heard of Jempol's camp before? If you have any reviews of the place, do tell me about this place.

Check out the PLKN home page through Google. God be with us soon-to-be trainees.

February 23, 2009

SPM results people!!!!!

March 12th!!! That'll be the day of either joy or sorrow... man... to be real honest i'm getting very nervous now... its a matter of weeks only.. i'll just hope that i'll do well and achieve my goal for the year... I'm rather swept away by some of my friends who doesn't have to worry at all because they have their future all laid out by their parents.... On the other hand there are people like me that have to hang onto the string and see that we score well... if not... then we'll have to work something out... well life... I'm praying hard that i'll score well!!! wish me the best..:)


February 22, 2009

Parting ways

Growing up seems to be rather fun... We get to do more things that we cannot do when we were very young like drive, drink,date and etc... Its good to grow up... Well that is the good part of it...

Life seems to pass by so so fast... Sometimes i couldn't take a stop just to take a breath... for all i know.. I'm already 18 years on this planet earth... and it happened so fast... As i age, i find that there are going to be alot of changes in my life...

Recently i sent off a friend to Australia... Toh Eu Wynn is his name... He was a wonderful friend indeed.. We've been through so much since we were young and now he takes part of me to a whole new different world... well i miss him alot.... he somehow humours me ..

It saddens me to see how we part to our own paths when we grow old... It wouldn't be like 'the good old days'... Well that is life!!

So friends out there who are reading this... PLS TREASURE YOUR RELATIONSHIP WITH YOUR FRIENDS NOW WHILE YOU CAN... You will never know where or when they will slowly fade away from your life and at times we are so busy being selfish we dont even realize it...

So this is a dedication to you my good friend... May the Lord bless u in all u do and help u in all areas of your life Eu wynn... Till our paths cross again...


February 21, 2009

A thing was in my house.


One night, I was up in my room, playing Left 4 Dead (don't judge me!) and listening to music and stuff. There was this audible crash downstairs but I thought it was just someone dropping something. So I shrugged it off.

2 hours later, I went down to go to bed and I stepped on something slippery. I realised it was banana pieces and it was scattered around the floor. And there was a small broken standing clock on the floor along with a silver vase.

It must have fell off the display when the wind blew, I told myself. So I went to get some tissues from my mom's salon. When I turned around and looked up, I was like "Oh my.....!"

The word 'gosh' was swallowed up because I couldn't identify what it was. It was an animal. But I couldn't get a name for it (forgive me, my brains have been rusty since Dec). It was either a very tiny fox or a huge squirrel. Brown fur. Long body. Then, it hit me that it was this thing that made those crashes before and he ate the banana!

I told my dad and Leonard about it, they came down and instead of helping it get out, they started taking a vid and some pictures. Funny people. Then, the creature darted across the room and messed up my mom's entire salon. We soon left it alone. Apparently, these things will leave before sunlight because they hate it. Vampiric creatures.

So that marks another vreature to have come into the house. Owl, python, iguana, the fox thing....wonder which animal will be next? At least, you know, I hope the next one wouldn't make such a mess...what the heck am I saying? I hope there wouldn't be a next one!

February 20, 2009

Metrosexual or it's a normal thing to do now...?

Author: Jeremy

I had a lot of things I wanted to post on this blog but I ended up forgetting what that I wanted to post about... And Kelvin Moon thinks I am lazy to update the blog......The main reason is because I am like a 'katak bawah university' here! So if you are reading Mun, that's the reason! And no more postings in my wall to remind me to update the blog!

Okay, done with the introduction, now it's the time to write about the body. After school life and now out of school life, I find that the number of guys taking their time to dress up is increasing drastically, especially guys that have the Asian-Chinese cool kind of hairstyle. I thought, arh......, it's normal, how long could he take to do it, but I was very suprised when a friend of mine, took an hour to dress up just to go for class. Waiting for him, I got very curious so I went into his room......Wah! That was my first word. I found that he had so many kinds of hair gel-Gatsby(3 types-3 different names and I don't know even remember one of it because they have very long names), 3 cans of stinking hairsprays, perfumes, and he takes almost an hour standing in front of the mirror just to style his hair!

Another crazy thing that I found out was that some guys cut their hands using sharp objects such as blade to express their sadness or to potray their disappointment. I thought this emo thingy is only in the US! Haiz.., I know this has got nothing to do with the topic but I wanted to say to everyone out there, especially the gals, have a look on your boyfriend(s).

My point is..... there are many guys who takes care of their look, which is good in in some way because they are doing something for the opposite gender, so gals out there, better appriciate them,(but I would replace that time to sleep instead) and I don't really know is it bad in any way(the emo thingy is BAD, no doubt) so it is for you decide whether it is good or bad. In conclusion, please don't attack me as I am being neutral and if you have anything to say just leave some comments. In future, guys making up may become a norm , so gals should be happy about it and some of you now may know that your boyfriend has been spending a lot of his time making up! Hahaha.

I will try my best to post the next article as soon as possible because there are many things I have to say and they are all pending in my brain so yea, be patient and please wait, or you can just read from the Fisherman's article or from the British man. HAHAHA. Signing out for now....

February 16, 2009

Blessed and touched.


OK, lots to cover, so let's get the show on the road. Before I do so, so sorry to all readers for not updating. Writer's block. :(

Anyway, I had a FABULOUS time at church youth camp this week or specifically Aspirers Retreat.
We were at this place called El Sanctuary, Alor Gajah, Melaka and it was great. I liked the place alot except for the mosquitoes, of course. However, they weren't much of a problem for me because they hardly came near. Then again, what do u expect from a foresty area?

Pastor Julie Khoo was our camp speaker and boy, isn't she energetic... Man, lolz... I knew who she was but I had no idea she was so filled with energy! She is a great speaker, by the way. She spoke the Word to us each day and even shared some of her personal stories and encounters. She prayed for the leaders of the youth ministry and for everyone else who wanted to experience the presence of the Lord. I felt it and I was at peace.

The theme of the camp this year was EXPECT. Expect great things from God. Expect God's blessings in our lives. Expect anything really but of course, it depends on your intentions of your expectations. I admit, I came to camp not expecting, but I felt blessed and touched anyway. I sure missed the whole environment of the youth ministry. I haven't been attending Aspirers for 3 years, so I've kinda been missing out.

The one thing about Aspirers retreat is that you sort of leave everything behind, all your worries and troubles are suddenly lifted from you, and you find rest in God. I could see everyone there felt free and peaceful. It was a great experience. There was crying, there was shouting... it was all a cry to the Lord. Some were so deeply burdened that when God touched them, they instantly released all their sadness.

Well, I know some of you readers are kinda sceptical about what I just said about God touching us and all, but it's true. God was really there. Some of you may accuse it to be a state of mind, but you can't really know for sure until you feel it, until you know it. I did and let me tell you, it felt wonderful.

You may choose to mock me or ignore me. I don't make your decisions, I don't need your approval but I put forth my point anyway. I don't diss and condemn any other religion too. I just hope one day, you may see the truth.

February 02, 2009

Education and MONEY!!!

Its time to do the math...Teenagers like me tend to think so much of this until we get ourselves all confused... Some i mean... Lets see, many people give me their opinion on education... They have 2 extremes of opinions... Common people tell me MALAYSIA sucks go to other countries and study... Others tell me MALAYSIA is not bad... (no offence to those of you who are going to study in overseas... )

I'll refer to overseas studies first... Overseas is the perfect place to study if u are talking about QUALITY and ENVIRONMENT... They are more advance than us in various fields of studies... No doubt about it... Their degrees are more recognized than Malaysia's...Many people tend to look up to them... Everything seems good about 'over-the-seas'.. Chinese people have this saying 'certificates that were soaked in sea water are more durable'... Well to me studying in overseas is in fact a good thing but there are other things that we have to take note of.. First, can our parents afford to send us there? second, will we be able to cope in the new environment?? physically, mentally, and spiritually... the cultures there are totally different... One wrong turn in life can kill your future as you don't have much restrictions anymore (with no parents around, which some of you loooooveeee)... Third, is it worth while??? i know of this person who graduated in US in medic... He rip off his parents of 500,000 thousand ringgit just to study there.. To do so his parents sold off their house and some other properties to finance his studies... Guess what?? when he came back he told his parents that he is not interested in medic and at last he helped his dad in their family business something like chickenn rice or so... WOW what a waste of $$ and time... Above all the parent's money... imagine if you are the parents... I will break down and cry!!! Some told me its the LOVE of parents... i say its the foolishness of the parents in the first place... What will you feel if you were the parents?? :)

Lets jump to my main point! my point is there is no need to go to universities overseas to become SUCCESSFUL.. then again success is what oneself measure it as... If you measure success as having alot of money then it is... If you measure success as knowledge then it is... what is your success?? I have two stands about success... 1. A good relationship with GOD 2. Rich to be able to pump in money for the kingdom of GOD... and myself of course but that's secondary:) Therefore i dont think there is a need to go overseas to study... Maybe you are going to argue with me about the course i'm going to study but i think overseas will be better as well.. But at the end of the day we all study for one purpose!!! it is to make money and sustain ourselves in this ever changing world... PLS tell me if that is not true for you.... Education is important but success is not just education my friends... When working life starts then you'll see how other factors play a role.. Dont get me wrong, if your parents have the money then go ahead full force i'll support you.. its good.. above all at the end of the day it is who we really are that is going to lead us to success...

There are so much more that i want to say but i'll end here for today....