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Monthly Archives: July 2007

From the horse’s mouth

Does she know? It has been over a week. I was terribly ill then. She took care of me for the first few days of my illness. No stress. No indulgent or useless conversation. No pollution. No fiery, spicy food. Warm water slowly seeping into my insides. I felt loved. She allowed me to rest. […]

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Panic! At the Office

What a weekend it had been. This is what happens when a person who isn’t all too familiar with the workings of the www. and computers and information technology, attempts to foray into previously unchartered territories (by the aforesaid person).  Some people are like a sponge, they soak up new information and knowledge and store […]

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Lovely is the night

My friend, SL, posted an entry in her blog a few weeks ago, about how she loved the night; and devoted a simple, beautiful piece of poetry to the wonders of the night in the aforesaid entry. I have to confess that I agree with her whole-heartedly. Over the weekend, we caught an after-dinner movie […]

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The Seven Perfections

The ripeness of the fruit he beheld In his hands together with maturity blend The Seven Perfections of his soul Make his imperfections wider known. And count the blessings of the days Melted like fire, shell and stone And ripped the Heavens, torn apart And gushed down the rain and torrent floods Rippling the Earth […]

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Save the World, Save the Bears

I’ve been tagged by SL to join the Save the Bears, Save the World Meme. I found out some astonishing things. That bears in China are being farmed for their bile, extracted from their gall bladders on a daily basis. Bear bile is one of the key ingredients in traditional chinese medicine and has been […]

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Nerd?

I took a leaf out of SL’s blog and decided to do the Nerd Test, just because. Here’s what my score says about me:

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The Wish List

When I was a little girl, a teenager and a young adult, I had a wish list for each stage of life I was passing through. Most times, what I wished for very material and/or superficial things, or things that would never be achieved save through hard work and perseverance. As a child, I wished […]

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Introverted iNtuitive Feeling Judging

I decided to do the Jung typology test a few months ago. Surprising results came up..! Here’s what my score said- I am the INFJ type: Introverted iNtuitive Feeling Judging. I am: moderately expressed introvert slightly expressed intuitive personality moderately expressed feeling personality moderately expressed judging personality Below is a short write-up about INFJs:- Introverted […]

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Meme’d

I’ve been meme’d by the latest addition to my work place, EC. Here goes… 4 jobs I’ve had in my life Cybercafe attendant: you know, the people who stand behind a counter and take your money and tell you which PC to use. I was to be paid a generous (blah!) sum of RM5.00 per hour. After […]

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The “F” word

By the “F” word, I mean THAT “F” word. The one that means “to copulate”. I think children have an innane ability to store things, in particular, words, they hear in their little computer-like memories. It’s like a huge recess with lots of tiny compartments with different labels. E.G. words I’ve heard once; words I […]

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