Tuesday, July 29, 2014

Another Raya away from home, this time Cairo

Being in Cairo on the 1st of Syawal seemed like any other day. You do see people dressing up but the celebrations are sombre. I guess it is our own Malay culture that we celebrate the way we do. You dont really see they hype in the media unlike ours. It is summer therefore Fajr is at 330am! Thus if you can calculate the maths, Solat Eidulfitri is at 5am!! :)
The Malaysian population in Egypt is currently more than 10,000! Imagine, before the 2011 revolution; it was double that figure! I never knew there were many of us here either living or studying in this place. No offence but those who's been here must have been really thankful and would think Malaysia in another way. A state which is military governed will never be thrived unlike democratic countries. I've been to Yangon before and i can see the similar style of governance and importance which is emphasized by the ruling government. 
After eid prayers we were off to Ustaz Qamarul's place - the local Aman Palestin coordinator. He organized an open house and streams of students were there to celebrate the first day of eid. Of course I did not bring my baju melayu and my attire for the day was the best i had in my luggage.. Haha

At noon, I decided to follow Farith - the Tv9 media rep on our team to Hayyu Asyir Square, The Malaysian Embassy in Cairo organized the first ever open air gathering of all Malaysian students. It was the square in between the hostels which is sponsored by a number of state in Malaysia. I was quite astonished by this fact upon arrival. The streams of our Malaysian students celebrating Eidulfitri at this magnitude. The new Ambassador, Dato Ku Jaafar thought of this idea in doing something different for the current student population. I thought it was down of earth of him to mingle with the Malaysian population in this way. I am sure he will be popular amongst the Malaysians in Egypt this time around with his approach.
Of course, my job today was a bit different from my normal daily routine. I did help a bit Farith with his story recording and I guess the perception amongst those who were there might have been myself as a journalist hahaha I thought it was fun, to see the scene from another perspecitve.

It was an interesting experience, going out to meet up with the Malaysian population in Cairo. It reminds me of my student days and I am sure it is an overwhelming experience for the students' future undertakings.

Gaza Mission chronicles 6: 4th attempt

It looked promising. The humanitarian ceasefire during the weekend was the window we were looking for. Otherwise the plan was to return to Malaysia on Syawal eve. Tickets were booked and we were ready to go back. However, Ust Anas enquired whether we would like to stay and try because it seemed possible to cross Rafah at that time.Without hesitation, I agreed because as conditions are not getting better why say no now. Hence, the group has been divided into two. Hasbe, Finaz and Bob would be taking the flight out to Bangkok on Saturday 26th of July. The team was optimistic. 
We were off early from rumah tamu Perlis on Sunday morning. The day looked peaceful and we were praying hard that our trip would be fruitful this time around.
It looked like it was a breeze, no petty stop over on the earlier stops ie in Ismaili and while crossing the SUez canal via the ferry. I was optimistic Insha Allah. The thought of the gazans were stronger in my mind. Again we were stopped at the Arisy gate and the palpitations begin.
The guards this time looked friendlier but i was warned not to be deceived. Gone were the heavy guarded military personnels unlike our previous try. Our letter of approval from the Egypt Internal Affairs ministry was legit and as per protocol the call was made to the office.
Our names were verified one by one.. I was optimistic. Until the end of the phone conversation..

" I will call to confirm in 5 minutes"
And we waited..... We waited for an hour before the post guard called again.

"Another 5 minutes..."
And we waited...  the next hour.. " Another 5 minutes..."
And the pattern continued. We arrived at 9am and it became noon. I guess the wait maybe nothing compared to what our prophets had to endure in their da'wah and we waited. The wait of no guarantee.
Somehow despite the dry conditions of the desert, there was a breeze that made the wait bearable. I cannot imagine if it was still wind with the sun without clouds shining mightily above us.

And on the 5th hour..
" No... they can't cross Al Arisy to Rafah.."

Oh.. the most dreadful answer you would like to hear on the day where our optimism was its highest. I cannot describe my feeling at that moment. Disappointment? Despair? Helplessness? 
And so forth we made our return to Cairo. Again.. another attempt failed not by the army but by the authority who initially gave us the green light to go. Funny? Well not funny and its just the complexity of how things work here in Egypt.

1435 Eidulfitri

I reckon Eidulfitri this year must be the saddest I've ever felt or perhaps the world may have ever felt. Not because I am not back home but because of what is happening in Gaza. Being away from family in Eid is nothing compared to the terror the Gazans are facing everyday for the past 22 days. Merciless bombing and killings of the children is too obvious for the world to ignore. World sanctioned genocide is happening as we speak and the world just watch helplessly. Total helplessness and the reality state of the world at the moment. 

Friday, July 25, 2014

Qunut Nazilah

Dedicated to the oppressed and my muslim brothers and sisters all over the world:

اللّهُمَّ أَعِزَّ الإسْلامَ وَالمُسْلِمِيْنَ وَأَذِّلَّ الشِّرْكَ وَالمُشْرِكِيْنَ, اللّهُمَّ انْصُرْ إِخْوَانَنَا المُسْلِمِيْنَ وَ المُجَاهِدِيْنَ وَ المُسْتَضْعَفِين , فِى فَلَسْطِين وَ فِي كُلِّ زَمَانٍ وَمَكَانٍ

Ya Allah! Muliakan Islam dan orang islam. Ya Allah! Hinakan Syirik dan musyrikin. Ya Allah! Tolonglah saudara-saudara kami yang muslim dan mujahidin dan golongan-golongan lemah, di Palestin dan semua tempat dan di semua masa.

اللّهُمَّ دَمِّرْ أَعْدَائَكَ أَعْدَاءَ الدِّينْ ِ, اللّهُمَّ أهْلِكِ الكَفَرَةَ و الشِّرْكَ و المُنَافِقِيْنَ
اللّهُمَّ إِنَّا نَجْعَلُكَ فِي نُحُوْرِأَعْدَائِنَا وَنَعُوْذُبِكَ مِنْ شُرُوْرِهِمْ, اللّهُمَّ بَدِّدْ شَمْلَهُمْ وَفَرِّقْ جَمْعَهُمْ وَشَتِّتْ كَلِمَتَهُمْ وَزَلْزِلْ أَقْدَامَهُمْ وَقِلَّ عَدَدَهُمْ وَسِلاحَهُمْ وَسَلِّطْ عَلَيْهِمْ كَلْبًا مِنْ كِلاِبكَ

Ya Allah! Binasakan musuh kamu, Musuh agama (Islam). Ya Allah! Hancurkan kekufuran, Syirik dan Munafiq, Ya Allah! Sesungguhnya kami jadikan pada leher-leher musuh kami (kami serah kepada Mu) dan kami berlindung dengan-Mu dari kejahatan-kejahatan mereka. Ya Allah! Cerai beraikan perhimpunan mereka, pisahkan kesatuan mereka, selerakkan kalimah-kalimah mereka, gegarkan ketetapan mereka, Kurangkan bilangan dan senjata mereka, Kalahkan mereka dengan anjing dari anjing-anjing kamu.

يَاقَهَّارُ يَاجَبَّارُ يَامُنْتَقِمُ يا الله , يا الله , يا الله , يا رب العالمين

Wahai Tuhan yang maha gagah, Wahai Tuhan yang maha keras, Wahai Tuhan yang maha membalas, Wahai Allah!!

اللّهُمَّ يَا مُنْزِلَ الكِتَابِ وَ يَا مُجْرِيَ السَّحَابِ وَ يَاهَازِمَ الأحْزَابِ اِهْزِمْهُمْ وَانْصُرْنَا عَلَيْهِمْ

اِهْزِمِ الكُفَّار , اِهْزِمِ اليهود, اِهْزِمْ أَمَرِيْكَا وَمَنْ وَلاَّ هُمْ , وَانْصُرْنَا عَلَيْهِمْ

Wahai Allah, Tuhan yang menurunkan kitab (al-Quran), Tuhan yang menggerakkan langit, Tuhan yang mengalahkan tentera ahzab, kalahkan kuffar, kalahkan mereka dan berilah kemenangan kepada kami terhadap mereka. Kalahkanlah yahudi, kalahkan Amerika dan sekutu-sekutu mereka, dan tolonglah kami atas mereka.

أَنْتَ قَوِىٌّ و نَحْنُ ضُعَفَاء , نَشْكُوا ضُعْفَ قُوَّتِنَا , اللّهُمَّ أَنْتَ رَبُّنَا وَ َنْحنُ عِبَادُكَ

Ya Allah, Engkau berkuasa, kami lemah, kami mengadu kelemahan kami. Ya Allah! Engkau Tuhan kami dan kami adalah hamba-hamba kamu.

اللّهُمَّ ارْزُقْنَا شَهَادَ ةً فِىْ سَبِيْلِكَ , رَبَّنَا آتِنَا فِي الدُّنْيَا حَسَنَةً وَفِي الآخِرَةِ حَسَنَةً وَقِنَا عَذَابَ النَّارِ

Ya Allah! Rezekikan kepada kami Syahid di jalan kamu. Ya Allah! Berikan kepada kami kehidupan di dunia ini baik dan di akhirat juga baik, dan selamatkan kami dari Azab neraka.

Gaza mission chronicles: Let the world know

Mutee And Renee's newborn 25 July 2014

Alhamdulillah, (wonders of internet connection and whatsapp) the birth of my niece, 3.7kg girl in Pantai Medical Centre. The more ummah that we have produced insya Allah, the generation that will shake the world! Congratulations to my dear brother Mutee for what Allah has given him and to Rene, the everlasting example of love which i appreciate so much.
May this newborn brings another dimension of prosperity in the small nuclear family.

Gaza mission chronicles 5: Unstoppable just cause

We were waiting for that window, the window when there  was the possibility of aids that can be brought into Gaza from the outside world. This current conflict was a different situation, the prolonged bombings and retaliation that has murdered civilians in a very alarming number.Such injustice from where we are based, the neighboring country who would not allow it borders to be opened for foreigners to come in.
When Hamas's leader Khaled Meeshal came on air last Wednesday night, it was obvious what we wanted was nowhere at sight. We maybe selfish awaiting for him to accept a ceasefire for the two step solution which all logical negotiators would suggest. However upon hearing what the charismatic leader iterated in his 45 minutes speech, it was clear this time the Palestinian will go all out to claim what is their true rights. About time and despite what the predicted outcome will be, what is due is due. All this crap about Israel having the right to defend themselves is a jargon to sway the real issues away.. Occupier oppressing the real owners.
I guess what is happening now is the result of the unresolved issues in the middle peace process which was initiated in 1994 or even better since the cock up made by the British in 1948. Things being put aside and hoping that everybody would choose to forget about it is definitely not the best solution. The conflict is complicated and what it has shown me for this past few days has been clear. A bully will always bully regardless in a direct or indirect way. The Islamic faction has totally no political power to decide or even the power to negotiate. We can only see how stupid the whole world just sit down and aggreing to the killing justifications. Things which are ethically wrong may not be wrong when you have the deciding power. It is just so sad to see how we are totally bullied and controlled by the power in being.. the TRUE AXIS OF EVIL..
Our team came in with a clear objective but unfortunately we have to wait for it to be achieved. We have learnt a number of things as what we have planned may not be what we can achieve. The idea of having a rethink of what has happened had certainly made me reflect on the pressing issue of Gazans and myself. How Allah has given me his blessings back home and i do dare to ask for more. I am sure my contribution towards ummah should be one of my main objectives if it has not been already. I submit myself to Allah for all his plans that he has for all of us. 

Tuesday, July 22, 2014

Gaza Mission Chronicles 4: the brink of eternal confrontation

I never thought I will be following the current Hamas-Gaza-Israel genocide crisis this close and with a role to play. I am closely monitoring news from various sources be it general or social media. John Kerry arrived in Cairo earlier and now we are waiting for his joint statement with UN Sec Gen. The main reason for this perhaps has to do a lot with our possibility of coming to Gaza for medical aid if a truce or a cooling period is pronounced. This will be the window that we have been waiting for.
The bombastic killings has certainly raised a lot of eyebrows around the world. We all know how the super powers are with the Israelis but the uncontrolled beserk killing which is obvious became too obvious to a lot of people who has the right conscious mind. How dare of irrespectable Netanyahu to declare that the civilians are not their target when more than 90% out of the current 560 (current count) are civilians with mostly  women and children! Simply absurd and crap bull! We were sad but at the same time praying shaheed for the family members of Aman Palestin's contact Omar Seyem on the martyr of 9 family members.
The situation is serious and what makes it more is the dual crisis of Russians against the rest of the world. Its unfortunate for Malaysia MH 17 to be the victim of an international feud which i would reckon can lead to a world war which is long due.
 It is a bitter pill to swallow that behind the so called democracy and call for justice, none of these values which the western superpowers proclaim bearing are practiced. Pure hypocracy crap at its best if the world has not realize. Again.. it is sad that despite the advances of knowledge and wisdom we all claim we have, its back to basics human nature survival of the fittest is prevailing. Making all of us wonder, is humankind in self denial as how i can quote Caesar (Dawn of the planet of the apes) telling his son,:
" I thought we (apes) were different.. but in the end, ape and man are the same after all (killing each other)".
*being philosophical

Monday, July 21, 2014

Gaza Mission Chronicles: the Gaza Strip stripped

The current morbidity and mortality in Gaza after 14 days of genocide:
510 Syaheeds  3150 injuries

Gaza Mission Chronicles 3: New friends new companions

It has been 4 days since we left Malaysia, we have tried to cross to Gaza thrice and now back in Cairo. Despite not being able to achieve our second objective which is to cross the border, i certainly have learnt a lot of things. That is why i have always enjoyed travelling. Either for leisure or fulfilling a specific objective,  i will always pick up something new. Meeting new people, new group is always a pleasure. People with various personalities, traits and of course their gifts. Everybody will always have a special talent which makes them stand out from another individual.We have yet to work professionally as a team but the indications on this past four days of crisis has been good.
Dr Hasbe, the only lady in our team  is my senior (both age and Masters Anaesthesia).I have always enjoyed a good working relationship with her. She is definitely a brave lady for volunteering in this project. Knowing her personality, i am sure she is an asset to our team! She is very straight forward no holds barred and never hesitant to voice out her opinion!haha I have always enjoyed her scoldings.
Our team leader, Dr Mohd Nor Sundari an orthopaedic surgeon in Kuantan Medical Centre. A senior surgeon i haven ever met him in my lifetime until on the day of departure. We did not even talk on the phone because i only communicated with him via the whatsapp! (wonders of technology) 
Dr Zairul Nizam is a spine surgeon whom i have met via locum before. I am sure he would not have recognize and remember as young anaesthetists doing locums are invisible haha However, he is the husband to my Intensivist in HKL when i was an MO, Dr Airini. Both Dr Zairul and Mohd Nor has been in Gaza before so it is much desired that they lead this group. Besides that, both are active member of I-Medik, a muslim doctors NGO which was recently formed. Having to lead this mission is certainly a big publicity to the NGO.
Last but not least would be Dr Kamarul Haq, my room mate. He is an orthopaedic surgeon whose sub specialisation would be trauma.It is not difficult to recognize him because he looks and has Van Diesel's persona haha Even few people thought he was a member of the military escorting us! Maybe i don't know hmmm...
Insha Allah, we have come with a mission. The suffering of our brothers and sisters in Gaza is unbearable. Imagine us.. being nearer to them than to you guys. The again, with the barakah of the last 10 days of ramadhan insha Allah. The invasion inhumane casualties are increasing by every minute. Israelis are not reducing the magnitude of their attack. I pray to Allah to make things easy for us.

Gaza Mission Chronicles 2: virtue of patience

Its a very gloomy day today. We have yet to receive any news from Dr Essam our team leader regarding our movement. The attacks in Gaza is at its worst for the past two days.Masya Allah.. the visuals we saw on tv is horrendous.Not just the gruesome bodies but the bombings which is visualised from a far every minute. A total attack from the Israeli forces.
 Together with my team member Dr Haq, we are restless at the moment. The mind runs around in looking for alternatives of how we can cross the border. However, somehow the gesture of Dr Essam looking at our expression during the past two days comes into mind.
"Patience my brothers.. we need to have a lot of patience with du'a insha Allah" and patting our shoulders.

Definitely a lone calm figure everytime the nervousness arrived amongst his delegate members. Dr Essam introduced himself as a nephrologist with a Jordanian background. Everytime before we start our trip to the checkpoint border, he will recite du'a with conviction and leads our prayers. Certainly a figure well respected amongst the group members. Even a "lone ranger" (perhaps i will introduce him in another entry) who i made friends with told me that if there was anybody who could bring doctors into the Gaza trip at this moment, it will be Dr Essam. Who is this Dr Essam? Obviously from the perspective of our group, we were not briefed on the background of the group we were together with.
Dr Essam Mustafa or also known as Dr Essam Yusof is the managing trustee of Interpal, Interpal is a British charity which was founded in 1994 and its official name is Palestinians Relief and Development Fund.Of course it has been controversial because of allegations of its link in funding terrorism. Looking at the internet resources over all these years, i have yet to find any legal sanction against this charity as obviously they could not prove their allegations. Dr Essam seemed to have a very strong connection with the HAMAS leaders, proven in various pictures and activities organized together with the ruling government of the Gaza strip.

Dr Essam is the key figure in the "Miles of Smiles" convoy, a programme where he would lead a group of medical consultants from Europe and around the world to visit Palestine ad in particular the Gaza strip. Looking at the internet resources in his name reference, I am certainly impressed with his commitment towards the charity and medical aid for palestinians in the gaza strip. 
It is certainly a priviledge to be with his group and insha Allah i do hope that we will be successful in our current mission to cross the border. 

"Patience brother..patience.."
                                          with I-Medik team leader, Dr Mohd Nor Sundari

Gaza Mission Chronicles 1 : Access Denied

We have just returned to Cairo from the Al Arisy border which is just another stop before Rafah. We were ednied not one,twice but thrice in two days! Subhanallah.. I cannot believe its the Egyptian side giving us problems rather than the actual bombings in Gaza.It is the 13th day of war.. the longest in the current millenium. An unresolved conflict getting out of hands all of a sudden.
I could not update earlier because of internet inavailability. I was only thinking of getting a local sim card upon arriving in Gaza itself but it was not our rezq yet. Besides that, i guess it would be inappropriate to tell exactly where and what our plans are.. as in a way intel is at its priority at the moment. The situation in Gaza was gone from bad to worst. Unfortunately till date, no medical teams are allowed to enter GAZA for humanitarian purposes. Masya Allah!
Our mission started as planned on the Saturday morning. We then moved from our base to where the EU delegates were; a group of Clinical Consultants from US, UK and Germany. All of them with Arabic roots. We were led by Dr Esam, a well known Gaza activist and had a good track record of getting medical personnels into Gaza in the past 2 short wars. (2009 and 2012).
On a normal day, it would take us about 2-3 hours to Rafah. With the current checkpoints, it can take up to 7 hours! Because of Aman Palestin and our contacts with the current government, we have managed to gather all documentations required to cross the border. Officially there was no way we can be denied. However, from past experience, the letters can never be a guarantee. We were soon to find out about it. We were very strict about picture taking as a sight of us doing so can cause us to be turned back that very moment. And being part of the mission, i had to refrain myself from taking pics as how i would like to.
The journey made me felt a bit jittery. Dr Esam explained to us about the background and to make du'a all the way praying for our success. It was an emotional journey and the palpitations everytime we were on a checkpoint. Alhamdulillah, the first few checkpoints were smooth sailing. When we arrived at the Suez canal, (we were not on the movable bridge but another crossing using ferry) it can be a turning point. the Egyptian army can decide not to allow us through. We had to wait for about half an hour and we were allowed to cross! Everybody was optimistic about the pass.
 When we arrived at the Al Arisy gate, we saw a lot of busses lining up and loads of people flocking the small terminal road towards Sinai. A demonstration was going on! And giving this as an excuse we were denied entry for the first time. We took it in a positive way as we went to a nearby town for iftar and the night. It was a nervous night when waiting for dawn. At this point, everybody was optimistic with our chances and we were to du'a for success. The GAZA bombing got worse and the casulaties were piling up. Even As Shifa doctors made a press release requesting for our assistance.
We were up early and by 715am we were off to the point where we were stopped yesterday. Again.. within a whisker, the army personnel denied our entry to the dissatisfaction of the team in the bus! We then returned to the village we spent our night and discussed what were the options available. The Egyptian army were giving security excuses for not allowing us to enter. The longer we wait, the more civilians are being massacred! A lively discussion exploded and you would expect nonetheless from the Arab group. 
We made a last try when we heard a truce was being called by the Red Cross to collect dead bodies but unfortunately it was not honoured. Again we were denied and Dr Esam as the group leader made the decision for the whole team to return to Cairo. In a way it was frustrating but this is Ramadhan especialy the last 10 nights of ramadhan. I am sure Allah has his plans on not allowing to enter Gaza at this very moment.
The Gaza mission is getting more dangerous as no guarantee of any security level. Until date, I have not received any news for any plans for entering Gaza tomorrow. We can only hope and pray. It is unfair to let innocent people suffer the consequences of a conflict. It is so sad to see the world not reacting to this as urgently as it should.

GAZA mission live feed

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Live feed of Misi Perubatan to Gaza.

Thursday, July 17, 2014

Do what we can-#prayforgaza

The Gaza mission - prelude

Its 2pm now.. 4 hours before the team will be assembled in KLIA.In waiting, i guess better for me to start blogging about what all this is about. Insha Allah, it is something that i want to do but at the same time, i would not know whether it will be possible for me to continue blogging from today.
The world was again being showcased the brutality of the Israel regime with their unprecedented "self defense" attack towards the civilians in Gaza. This was not the first time and to note the bombings were done for the past 10 days in Ramadhan. Of course the battle for the holy land has been an outstanding issue but this act is simply non human. With the widespread of social media, it was obvious on what the west were trying to deflect and hide. The sad and tragic pictures with families losing their loved ones are certainly heart breaking. 
When I-Medik and Aman Palestin circulated on the social media for the first line medical volunteer, i did not hesitate to sign up for it.What i did not expect was the whatsapp reply from the team leader, Dr Mohd Nor to me.. asking am i really sure that i want to join as then I am in. I startled and of course doubt came into the mind. It became an emotional moment for me to decide. I never expected it to be such, and with my own prayers and istikharah, i said Yes.. i am totally sure.
Again.. this is a different kind of mission. Not the charity ones that i have been involved in earlier. This is in the open fire. If Israelis have been simply bombing the city why not us? Open fire situation and i guess it took a bit of my realization what am i up to.
However, i guess it is very ironic of my previous post in me questioning, what do i really want... what am i looking for? And i guess my prayers in ramadhan has been answered with this challenge and its uncertainties. 
Allah has given me lots till date, from that moment i nearly did not continue my medical studies to the opportunity i had in Perth just last year. He has given me so much and has equipped me with the knowledge and skills. These sets of skills are needed now, in the heart of all battles. Subhanallah. It is my calling. It is my duty. To perform what i do best in the war torn situation which is happening at this very moment.
This is a test of my faith, my thankfulness and how i show it to the almighty. I am at risk of meeting my death during this time but then again death is not for me to decide the timing. It is all up to him and even in the law of probability, i can die anywhere and at anytime. A simple look down on the stairs may cause me to tumble and meet my death in a shopping complex. Thus.. if it is my fate to die in my line of duty in this holy month of Ramadhan, why not? Why not? Why not? Honestly, i don't want to die any other way.
Now i have to steadfast to my niat (intentions) so that it be of pure sincerity. With the current social media role, it is overwhelming when people without stop motivating and encouraging what i have decided. And it is this spirit which have brought all of us together. Subhanallah. 

If the internet is a possibility, i do hope to continue my daily chronicles of the happenings at ground zero.Insha Allah my dear brothers and sisters.

Du;a for Palestin.Du'a for Gaza.

Monday, July 07, 2014

Questions in us

When i joined UiTM as a trainee, there has always been one thing in mind. To prove myself and to show that UITM can. Alhamdulullah, it has been almost 8 years and i am where i am at the moment.Things that i envision for the department is progressing well, of course at a smaller scale with CTC but it is definitely better than nothing or perhaps better than our other colleagues out of the elder 3 (which are UM/UKM/USM).Of course the goal would be our own full fledge teaching hospital but looking at how things are going on now, it will be at least 4 years from now.
In a way, how i have projected my future 10 years ago Alhamdulillah have been reached. I wanted to be a specialist and via the acedemia I've managed to garner my masters. My Australian stint was indeed rezeki and i thank Allah for his blessings for that. I guess now would be the time to project my next 20-30 years. What do i want and what do i want to achieve. This puts me in a dilemma as i am in a crossroad and i need to decide which will be me ultimate pathway.What are my goals in UiTM ? to become an academician cum professor? A leadership role as into the deanery or higher authority leadership?
I am asking myself hard at the moment what would I like to achieve. Of course, this is the material gains and of course i should not forget the spiritual line which is more important. I am getting older by the day and the sight of white hair certainly shakles me everytime i see myself in the mirror.
Decisions.. decisions.. not easy to decide. In the end, i have to ask myself, and been reflecting this for the past one week.. What do i really want?