Happy Gawai celebration.

31 05 2007

Will be on the move again. Flying off to Kuching for a small family reunion and also attending one of my niece engagement which fall on the Gawai holidays. I’m eager to go ‘cos one of my favorite grandson from KL will also be there too.

So to all Malaysian that celebrate Gawai festival here is for you.

Pesan pemati:

Pesan tu di tuju aku ngagai

Lembu ak Chapi, Manok ak Ayam,

Serati ak Itik, sida tu diau kpg Kerungan,

Pesan tu madah Babi ak Janik

udah nadai pagi tu tadi

Lalu deka di intu bala mayoh

kena malam 31/05/07,

Lalu deka di empa kena 01/06/07

lalu meri

 

SELAMAT GAWAI DAYAK……

GAYU GURU, GERAI NYAMAI,

LANTANG SENANG DALAM

SEMUA PGAWA

 

P/s: Mat Salo can do a better English translation for the above message 🙂





Peace at last….

28 05 2007

Baby Sleep

So friends let us move forward now, and stop barking.

lBehind every successful man, there is a woman.

l

lAnd behind every unsuccessful man, there are two.





Let be happy..

27 05 2007

Article from the star

Find happiness from within

SUNDAY is a day everyone looks forward to because it is the day to relax, have some fun and spend time with the family.

But for sales executive J. John, a father of four from Kuala Lumpur, he dreads Sundays because that is the day he becomes unhappy.

He wrote an e-mail lamenting that his children drive him up the wall and he is often in disputes with his wife. He wanted to know the secret of happiness because although it is free, he finds it difficult to be happy.

Many may not realise that our prime time and long hours of our daily life are spent at work and in some cases we tend to understand our colleagues better than our family.

Emotional conflicts have become inevitable and part of our life. It is almost impossible to escape from such issues.

Unhappiness is something we have created for ourselves through material gains and greed. As we race to amass them, we increase our stress levels and in the process harm our body, mind and spirit.

The question now is how can individuals like John cope with such challenges, which are the norm in almost every home, because Sunday is the time the family members off-load and do the catching up.

While some view such challenges with pleasure, others see them as problems.

No family is immune from problems but there can be more happiness in the family if we identify and build our family strengths in common areas.

One such area is spending quality or healthy time and undertaking activities like playing a common game or sport that the whole family can participate in, and this is best done on a Sunday.

Happiness cannot be purchased and it should not be confused with pleasure, which is short-lived. Happiness is a natural outcome of living and this takes place every moment.

As long as we remain unaware of the things we have been blessed with, we cannot be happy. We crave for more and more materialistic things but ignore the greater value of the intangibles.

A simple exercise to test and stay happy is to wake up tomorrow and make a declaration that you would be extra careful when you speak and not utter a single negative word that could bring unhappiness to anyone.

Once this is in practice and is successful, continue with it for a week and carry on for the subsequent weeks, months, years ? and you will remain free from all negativity and enjoy happiness constantly.

This test can be further checked by your sleep pattern because studies have shown that people who are happy do not have difficulty sleeping. If we are unhappy, our sleep becomes disturbed.

Doing selfless service and charity is another way of finding happiness but charity should not be interpreted as when we give away what we don’t require like used clothes and belongings.

It should be giving away what we need most, and experience the happiness that giving brings.

For peace of mind and happiness, we need to look inwards rather than outwards. We need to find harmony within ourselves because it is not available through other means – no matter what price one is willing to pay.

The search for lasting happiness lies at the very heart of every individual though the attainment may be in different ways.

Some simple tips to stay happy are:

  • Train our mind daily with positive thoughts and energies. This will help us attain our goals.
  • Undertake simple exercises for our body, mind and soul. This has been found to be the foundation of lasting happiness. I recommend meditation and practising silence because in these exercises, the body is viewed as the plant, the soul as the flower and the happiness as the fragrance.
  • Start your day with sweetness of speech; practise kindness, selfless service and compassion.
  • Appreciate life and be happy with what you have, not what you do not have. Exercise simplicity.
  • Add smiles and laughter to the start of your day as this will relief burdens we have carried with us from the previous day.
  • Many of us have forgotten to smile. Smiling actually brings cheer to our face and improves our complexion.

    One simple exercise will be to wake up tomorrow morning with a smile on your face and view your reflection in the mirror.

    Following this, smile at everyone at home and as you travel or drive to work, greet anyone who comes into eye contact with a smile.

    Next, when you walk past the security guards at your office, pause and give them a broad smile. When you are in the lift, switch on your smile again.

    You can be assured that 90% of the people will return your smile and you can be sure of a happy day.





    More new group of M’sian Bloggers??

    24 05 2007

    Anyone want to form new blogger group? In this post you can take an audition. After taking the test then another new group will emerge.

    Have a Nice day

    Adios





    Have fun….

    23 05 2007

    Come and check your fingers…… not sure if it’s true or not. This is just for fun brother. 🙂 

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    Zam read blog???

    22 05 2007

    So you also read blog ZAM???? Good to know that you don’t consider bloggers as a threat. But come on, we are not rumours factories.

    Here what reported by bernama.

    Be Responsible, Maintain Harmony In Society, Zam Tells Bloggers
    General
    May 22, 2007 15:51 PM

    KUALA LUMPUR, May 22 (Bernama) — Information Minister Datuk Seri Zainuddin Maidin Tuesday reminded bloggers of their responsibilities in maintaining harmony among Malaysia’s multiracial society.

    He said bloggers, being the so-called “citizen journalists”, must not abuse the freedom given by the government and must be responsible in their writings and actions so as not to jeopardise the unity among the people.

    “We do not consider them (bloggers) as a threat but we do not want to return to the era where we depend on rumours (for news),”
    he told reporters after launching the Malaysian Press Institute’s (MPI) new logo here today.

    The minister also witnessed the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) between MPI and Thomson Foundation, through which both organisations cooperate in organising courses for local and foreign journalists.

    MPI was represented by its acting chairman, Datuk Chamil Wariya and Thomson Foundation by its head of regional partnerships, Russel Lyne.

    Earlier in his speech, Zainuddin said media practitioners and bloggers had their own roles in developing the nation through their writings.

    For that, he said, they must respect the status quo of the social contract which became the pillar of this nation.

    “Lately, I found that most of the (political) bloggers have the tendency to question the basis of the social contract which had been agreed upon by our forefathers,” he said.

    Zainuddin said that about 20,000 out of the 11 million Internet users in the country were actively involved in political blogs.

    — BERNAMA

    Update:

    Malaysia Internet Usage Stats

    – February 9, 2007 – Based on subscriber data from the MCMC, Internet World Stats estimates the number of Internet users in Malaysia at 13,528,200 in October/2006, with a penetration rate of 47.8%. This brings up the total Internet usage estimate to 1,102,844,956 people in the world, and a global penetration rate of 16.8%. Latest updates include 34,120,000 users in the Republic of Korea as of December/06, according to data released by the Korean Ministry of Informatics and Communications (MIC). For access to the latest statistics, as well as to the historic 2000 to 2007 Internet usage data, subscribe today to Internet Market Reports .





    Happy 1 year Anniversary Rocky’s Bru

    21 05 2007

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    When I first met Rocky at NPC

    Miri city is two years old and today Rocky’s Bru Blog is One year old. Happy anniversary Bro. Rocky. Together with the rest of the bloggers, we move forward.

    Adios,

    Nora