Friday, 29 October 2010

public international law.

of all my assignments so far, this is the worst.

(1) vague assignment question.
(2) i know nothing about public international law.

yeah. (2) is probably the main reason.


The world is catching up to you
While you're running away
To chase your dream.
It's time for us to make a move
Because we are asking one another to change.

If I walk would you run?
If I stop would you come?
If I say you're the one
Would you believe me?

If I ask you to stay
Would you show me the way?
Tell me what to say
So you don't leave me.

- Asher Book, Try

Tuesday, 26 October 2010


Finally handed in my last piece of work as PKV Secretary. Felt productive semacam today. ^_^

Without PKV documents to fuss over (like a mother fussing over her little boy's side-parting), Friday'll be quite empty, except for that Banking tutorial from 11am-1pm. But I don't really hate that tutorial, because it was supposed to be on Monday morning. When I'm in camp. Whee~

Also, was sharply criticized by Ms. Sharon during Monday's Jurisprudence tutorial as presenting a sloppy and lazy analysis. Ouch. And this time I mean OUCH ouch.

But she was right, I guess. Thankfully, unlike a certain other lecturer, this tutor's criticisms inspire me to work harder. So I will work harder. 

I love Jurisprudence. =)

Thursday, 21 October 2010

give God your mountain.

Father, please take my mountain.
it's really big and i'm really small.

Tuesday, 19 October 2010

glorious day.

Living, He loved me
Dying, He saved me
Buried, He carried my sins far away
Rising, He justified freely forever
One day He's coming
Oh, glorious day
Oh, glorious day.

Sunday, 17 October 2010

oh ya, i told Jason (Lim) the three-strands-of-hair joke.

(a guy who had three strands of hair shaved off the middle one - why?)

After the usual labelling of lameness, he replied:

"Hey, there was an episode of The Simpsons where Homer had to take an oath to join the Stonecutters---"

(reproduced below)

And by the sacred parchment, I swear that if I reveal the secrets of the Stonecutters, may my stomach become bloated and my head be plucked of all but three hairs --

Um, I think he should have to take a different oath.

Stonecutter Number One
Everyone takes the same oath.



I looked at Chelsea’s cow today.



I tried really, really hard to see it for what it really was. I knew what it really was, but I just couldn’t make my eyes see it.




It wasn’t a sad cow, it was just a cow with it’s horns partially covering its eyes. Baa.

Some people would say: LEBIH.

Such is the attitude towards truth these days.

“Don’t have to know.”

“No need to think so much.”

“Why ask so many questions?”



Just because things seem that way doesn’t mean they are that way. If the truth isn’t important anymore, then nothing is. If finding the truth is lebih, then we’re no better than one who takes the blue pill in The Matrix.

You take the blue pill - the story ends, you wake up in your bed and believe whatever you want to believe. You take the red pill - you stay in Wonderland and I show you how deep the rabbit-hole goes.



Some people find out everything they can about their nation, their state, or their school/workplace, but do nothing to know just a little bit about themselves.

Some people find out everything they can about themselves, but do nothing to know just a little bit about their nation, their state, or their school/workplace.

The first group usually despises the latter group, which is understandable. But what is beyond comprehension is how the first group can never understand why the latter group sometimes despise them in turn.

Why is an important question to ask. What is simply the means to get there.

But of course, not many would agree.




This was taken right after Desmond said: “No! Not again! Don’t take my photo!”


Desmond = poser!

Friday, 8 October 2010

my brothers.

#1 Ken to Mum
Mummy, I forgot 2 tell u tat now my phone is full of photos of flowers ect n i bought a small Rm2 cactus n 2 souvenirs n an ice lemon tea n my dinner yesterday which is Rm3 nasi lemak which has egg n other stuff in it. Hehe, it was very nice.

#2 Ken to Mum
We r at d tea farm. Going to leave d. I spent Rm8 yesterday n 2day so far i've spent Rm6 oni which means i've spent a total of Rm14 in this 2 days so far. Woah, i spend so little wan. Hehe. I oni bring Rm20 in my pocket everyday. Hehe. Bye bye mummy.

(The little boy is in Cameron Highlands with his UPSR-free friends)


Hey is Ken still sick ah?

Ya he is. When I came back he was sleeping. I thought he was faking so keep on disturbing until I realized he really sick haha


"How come every time I see you, you're working wan? Are you a workaholic?"


I like seeing my planner fill up as the days go by.
I like being on the go.
I like having something to do.
I like looking for something to do when I have nothing to do.

At the same time, I like to procrastinate, I enjoy watching a good cartoon (Avatar the Last Airbender), a good comedy (The Big Bang Theory) and a good clip (How I Met Your Mother: Slapsgiving Day) every now and then, and I don't seek to do more than I know I can, which is the easiest route to doing nothing at all in the end.

So I guess there's hope for this child.

I'm not really a workaholic in the truest sense, just as a constructive trustee isn't a trustee in the truest sense of the word. 

I'm just someone who likes to accomplish things.

I think that's what we're all built for, because we were made in the image of our Creator, and He accomplishes things.

In the beginning, God created the heavens and the earth.
God created man in His own image, 
In His image He created him;
Male and female He created them.
God saw all that He had made, 
And it was very good.

- Genesis 1:1, 27, 31 -

And it was very good.

Isn't that exactly how we feel when we do something well?

People say I'm a perfectionist, and I may very well be one. But I think there is a fine line between sloppiness and the bare minimum, one between the average and the good, another between the good and the best, and still another between the best and the perfect.

I don't always strive for what is perfect, because I cannot. I mostly strive for what is best.
But there is One who does all things well. His work is the aspiration of all who have already strove for the best.


"Are you the kind who will go back on time when you start work ah?"

Sunday, 3 October 2010

here, there, everywhere, and nowhere.

I read something online, where someone was criticising Christianity. 

I think it's fine to have an opinion. In fact, it's healthy. Because if we don't have an opinion... well, just take a look around.


He who alleges must prove.

This fundamental rule in law must also apply in our lives, because law exists to regulate human behaviour.

On the one hand, you say that God/god sucks because good people die early while bad people who killed over 6 million people lived much longer.

On the other, you say that God/god sucks, because He/he/it is supposed to be loving/'loving', but He/he/it created hell.

Now, suppose I don't tell you what's wrong with those two sentences.

Try to think if you can say them in the same breath and not look like you're inviting a defence.