i put my hands together
i close my eyes to feel
i adore life with honor
all that happen is real

i read stories and shed tears
music makes my heart heals
i sleep while angels appears
all that happen is real

big bears give their hugs
protect the hurt from fear
help the weak to fight against their bugs
all that happen is real

follow the spirit in you
and sing the song you feel
you are the many in a few
that happens to be real...

my heart is where i think
my smile is where i go
time passed me by in a blink
like a wind which has just blow

i maybe afraid where life brings upon
my believe are the one who keeps me going
people say love is what brings it all on
the beauty of it has now starts beaming

after all these years it has been
i am standing right here
everything has now begin
for all to be cheer

when the nights are here
when my dreams start to grow
i can't believe this has been years
that has now bring this glow

everything is all possible
trust that we have wings to make us fly
miracles is not only a tale
it is our pride which will never lies

believed yourself and keep that believe going
continue to do all things that keep you moving
one day you will see all your dreams keep coming
it is because you never stop believing! 

i feel happy, most of my time
and that brings me, utmost joy and happiness

i feel, upset and sad sometimes
at times when i feel alone, when there is no one to talk to
that is when, i found books my good friend in silence

i have, many wonderful friends
and i have learn, to cherish all my relationships
for all that they have been, they are awesome, being them

i love to write, it makes me smile and laugh
makes me feel, top of the world too
i like to share this, with all my family and friends
my passion & happiness that i have, to make them feel happy too

sometimes i do not know, why i am feeling excited about things
maybe happiness has no reason, for being just happy

sometimes when i feel, upset or sad
that is when i feel, i am being useless, for all my shortcomings
there is when i learn, to acknowledge my ugly truth and fear
learning to stand up on my feet
to change myself, to become better

yesterday, i have kept my memories that i have cherished
today, i have treasure it as my most precious gift of life
tomorrow, that is where my passion lies and grows

the beauty of life, lies in the beauty that i choose to see
the happiness with my family & friends, lies in the love i share
the inspiration of my passion, lies in my believe to smile
this is for her, that i have adore
this is for him, that i have admire
this is for all of you, that i have came to share

Tony Blair was the highlight of the congress this year. No doubt for his well known recognition as one of the best speakers in the world today. He spoke about the characteristics of our modern world today, the consequences and challenges as well as opportunities that lies ahead from the fast pace and constant changes the world has now evolved and will continue to. His speech was clear and concise. His expression of words were powerful and very influential. I also like the clarity and openness in his deliverance. The substance was very well delivered. 

He injected several jokes in his speech too, which makes him seems to be a down to earth and friendly person. The Q&A part was awesome too, some questions were very bold and open, especially the one touches on asking him to offer his advice towards our country ministration and reform initiatives :) And the one that talks about his challenges on resolving the Israeli & Palestinian peace where he offered his service to help them build up their country economy and governing capacity.

After his service as the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom in 2007, he launched his Tony Blair Faith Foundation in 2008 followed by the Faith and Globalization Initiative with Yale University in the USA, Durham University in the UK and National University of Singapore in Asia to deliver postgraduate programme in partnership with the Foundation. These initiatives is to bring hand in hand people from different faith and believes across the globe, who comes together learning and understanding the differences from each other and live well along among each other to achieve world peace. He mentioned that if one still thinks that his faith and religion is superior than the others, there cannot be world peace. 

It's a very good point to ponder. Think about it, this happens even in our  own circles of life among our families and friends. Imagine if such conflicts strike up and grew bigger... what would happen ? For me, my consciousness is my faith and believed. If I do good, it makes me feels good. If I did something bad, I surely feels bad about it. It's a matter if I choose to acknowledge or ignore . From time goes by, I have came to realize that no other  believes or religions are superior than the others. All are there to teach us great stuff and it's all fascinating and amazing. And that I value and respect the others.

The part when he talks about the quality and value of each and every successful people that they have is that (i) they believed in what they are doing, (ii) the reason of doing it is bigger than only for themselves but also for the benefit of others and that (iii) optimism plays a vital role to sustain till the end, without ever giving up what you believed in. Very sensibly said. 

He also talks about the success of today world economy comes interdependent from every countries and parties across the globe, and that the government body has to work hand in hand together with the private sectors, not by setting up controlling system but more to engagement and partnership and he supported the idea of leading the world to an open market trading economy system.

It was very insightful and one of the best speeches I have ever heard. If there is a replay or web cast, I would highly recommend all of you to watch it!

she is Mt. kk, 4095 meters (13,435 ft) above sea level.

to me, it was not easy at all, and i did not feel excited the moment i reach the peak because there is still another 8.7km to hike all the way down. i was unsure if it is an altitude problem which causes me to throw out all that i have consumed but definitely it was really not an easy task to be on an empty stomach along such journey. i really felt so glad that i have manage to complete it.

i still feel flabbergasted about the whole thing. it was really worth all the hard work of sustaining until the end. i was happy about it, to actually made it to the top...

thanks to all my family & friends for their support especially my cousin who join me despite the fact that i am moving as slow as a tortoise! (:

we all made it! it was really a fabulous experience!

p/s: i will be posting on the details of the itinerary, contacts and a summary of our group and individual expenses report to share with all of you, if you will be planning on such expedition in the future , this can be a good reference. (: 

we are on a yellow brick road
i am beginning to see our hope
all the steps that we took
they are not for moot

people who have pass us by
we smile and waive goodbye
knowing that the road is nigh
we will rendezvous at half past five!

(a collaboration poem together with Dolph's cousin) 

my leg is aching
and i am panting
the sun is hiding
the road is winding
and we are still climbing

at 4.5
like a journey in our life
our spirit still stay high
every step we take
seems more like a trial

my stomach starts to growl
the wind begins to howl
my knee starts to swell
our body starts to smell

the journey seems to be getting steeper
but i am no quitter
although we may take a little longer
our destination is definitely nearer

(a collaboration poem together with dolph's cousin)

is just there
over the land of somewhere
walk a little more to see more
you will be adore
hope is nothing less
you will surely be bless

i have a mission, that is to complete. 
also, to view the beauty of nature, 
another side of God's amazing creation. :)
i do hope i will enjoy! :)

oh mine, no more days to-go, 0 Mississippi it is... :P

my friend wrote a poem called words, it was lovely and i can't agree more that words can hurt and heal at the same time whichever you choose to say it.

i saw a friend tag line which says: it's a beautiful day and a lovely night. it makes me stop and feel the beauty of every second i could have. i feel good and so bless as i have counted my blessings.

i will continue to do my best for what i want, one at a time. no hurry, be patience. i believed everyone has their moment to come. continue to work hard and have fun and prepare for that moment to surprise us. 

by the way, i supposed every now is a moment too, if we could recognize, it only take a moment to do so : )

the hippo may have blurted with some hiccups
the turtle may thought he is still not there

suddenly they stop, counting the blessings they have in their cup
and when they look up, they start to smile in the air

You may think you have challenges, but you have so many blessings too. Sometimes it takes only a moment of conscious effort to recognize those blessings. Once you focus on the gifts instead of the problems, your whole perspective will change and you will see blessings everywhere :)

i look at the mirror, i thought so i am getting old
i barely recognize the glimmer, and that my age was untold

i may have dash through without knowing, that time has now reveal
i may have known this could be aging, and if i would feel surreal

i have been getting older & older ...... 

i may have outgrown from time, and have reap some from the wise
i could have been here for a lifetime, looking for that something or someone in clockwise

i may have found all that i could, i believed beauty lies everywhere that can be seen
life is really good, for all that i have been

i have been getting older & older ... 

time have tell my age, i share with you all my grace
i have filled my life with wonders of page, my story lies at all place

oh mine, i really have been really getting older & older ...


in a silent night
canon D makes it even more serene
clouds of thoughts floating in the air of space
following every expression of the melody

mind became empty
drifting away with the harmony
this is the time to become idle
moving into a moment of peace

It was Good Friday. A good movie for the cozy night before head to bed for a good rest.

It was based on a true story of the faithful dog Hachiko. In 1924, Hachiko was brought to Tokyo by his owner, Hidesaburo Ueno, a professor in the agriculture department at the University of Tokyo. During his owner's life Hachiko saw him out from the front door and greeted him at the end of the day at the nearby Shibuya Station. The pair continued their daily routine until May 1925, when Professor Ueno did not return on the usual train one evening. The professor had suffered a stroke at the university that day. He died and never returned to the train station where his friend was waiting.

Hachiko was given away after his master's death, but he routinely escaped, showing up again and again at his old home. Eventually, Hachikō apparently realized that Professor Ueno no longer lived at the house. So he went to look for his master at the train station where he had accompanied him so many times before. Each day, Hachiko waited for Professor Ueno to return. And each day he did not see his friend among the commuters at the station.

The permanent fixture at the train station that was Hachiko attracted the attention of other commuters. Many of the people who frequented the Shibuya train station had seen Hachiko and Professor Ueno together each day. They brought Hachiko treats and food to nourish him during his wait.

This continued for nine years, with Hachiko appearing only in the evening time, precisely when the train was due at the station.

Hachiko died on a street in Shibuya on Mar 8, 1935. His stuffed and mounted remains are kept at the National Science Museum of  Japan in Ueno, Tokyo.

In April 1934, a bronze statue in his likeness was erected at Shibuya StationHachiko himself was present at its unveiling. The statue was recycled for the war effort during World War II. In 1948 The Society for Recreating the Hachiko Statue commissioned Takeshi Ando, son of the original artist who had since died, to make a second statue. The new statue, which was erected in August 1948, still stands and is an extremely popular meeting spot. The station entrance near this statue is named "Hachiko-guchi", meaning "The Hachiko Exit", and is one of Shibuya Station's five exits.

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