Sunday, December 07, 2014

Gallbladder Cleansing


It's 'in' right now. Most of my family members had done it, so I thought I should try it out as well.

Bought the gallbladder cleansing pack from 'Eu Yan Sang'. It costs around RM200.
They will give you two yellow packs, which contains:-

  • Eight bottles of apple juice 
  • One bottle of lemon juice
  • One bottle of olive oil
  • One pack of salt
I am on my second day thus far and it's torturous not being able to eat whenever, whatever food that I love. Supposedly I should fast from fried, spicy, and cold food. But.... the journey hasn't been smooth so far. Hopefully, I will sustain ><

Friday, November 14, 2014

Growing Old

Believe me, I always thought that I am still pretty young until... my eyes are open and realize the lines on my neck one day. Oh noooo....! I found myself thinking about all the advices and warnings about skin care, eating healthy, keeping healthy sleeping habits, etc, etc. 

Man... I can't believe I'm saying this but I'm getting o-l-d. As time passed, my circle of friends have become smaller, the topics of our conversations are becoming more mature or work-related. I find myself swimming in piles and piles of work tasks. Then I start asking myself what is the purpose of life? 

Is that it? Do I continue to struggle at work? Keeping everyone happy and getting all stressed out constantly? I find myself day-dreaming about not doing work, just sleeping at home and enjoy my me-time. In fact.... I'm only on this page because I'm procrastinating on my work which is due tomorrow morning. Sigh. Switch topic.


On a happier note, my family was here last week. It had been a really long time since we are able to gather together so I'm truly glad that I chose family time over work despite the summon from the boss. I love this photo a lot :)

OK, I think I have enough break. Resuming to zombie...........


Sunday, September 28, 2014

How do you deal with conflicts?

When you have expectations, that's when disappointment comes...


1. Treat all conflicts seriously. Even when it is a small issue, treat it seriously. Pray about it.
2. Don't be quick to confront. 
3. Don't accuse.
4. Ask politely. 
5. Answer patiently.
6. Don't be quick to defend your position. 
7. Pray through the situation, ask God for peace and clarity. 
8. Seek advice from a neutral and mature leader. Because it is human's tendency to seek for those who are standing in the same opinion as ours.
9. Think about how much you are contributing to this conflict situation. How many percentage?


It is always easier to avoid conflicts. But it builds up bits by bits. And resentment comes in. I have to keep telling myself, I shouldn't expect much, I shouldn't hope much... Is that the right thing to do? 

Saturday, August 09, 2014

Aftermath of MH370 & MH17

People start having phobia flying. 

I was on a bumpy plane ride yesterday. The lady that sat beside me was jittery when the flight swayed up and down due to the bad weather. I've also heard of people avoiding to take flights after the incidents. 

With so much incidents happening recently, I can't help but feel skeptical when I hear people worrying about things that might/might not happen in future. I mean... Life is so fragile. Anything can happen anytime. Why worry about the future when you should cherish the time you should spend now with your love ones?



Sunday, April 27, 2014

Befrienders



In today's world, more and more people are prone to depression due to the heightening pressure from the condemn world. In the midst of it, there is a group of people that are out there, readily available to offer their ears to those who are in need. This group of people is called - Befrienders. They are mostly trained volunteers that are available 24 hours to listen to your problems while promising confidentiality. They offer empathetic listening, but not solutions to your problem. Same goes with counseling, you are the one who knows how is best to solve your issue. But they will be there to guide you to a positive path.

So, if you need emotional support, you can contact them via their hotline phone calls at 03-79568144 or 03-79568145. They are available 24 hours a day. Alternatively, you can reach them through email at sam@befrienders.org.my. You can also schedule an appointment to meet them face to face at Befrienders Center, No.95 Jalan Templer, 46000 Petaling Jaya.