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Day 1 of relaxation

What a cool day to start and stay recharge for the next month.

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Rollercoaster

Statement of the year

There’s always going to be somebody higher than you.

There’s always going to be someone lower than you.

Have the drive, have the passion but always be thankful with what you have.

Alhamdulillah ?

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Love One Rollercoaster

Birthday dedication

By all means, marry. If you get a good wife, you will be happy. If you get a bad one, you will be a philosopher.

Socrates
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Guess who’s back

The one about the re-opening

After 7 years of not maintaining the site and the fact that there were other impersonators in the cyber world, I got the domain administrators to retrieve the mysql database and configure back the sub-domains for the hosted WP. Let’s hope that we do not wait for another 7 years before the site gets updated again. Everyone in my site list no longer maintains a blog anymore.

Social media has won over more people and writing down your thoughts may become a thing of the past. Or not.

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Sometimes…

There are times that I feel my efforts are not appreciated and due to some negative issues, all my contributions goes unrecognised.

There are also times when I feel that enough is enough and I should be moving on. But to where? Wifey have been supportive and encouraging to me thus far. I know I should not listen to all the negative vibes out there and show that I can rise up from all this and change.

But the phoenix who rose up, didn’t it have any feelings as well?

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Technology in Education

When is the computer considered a hindrance to learning?

Some people simply think that they should be using technology in every single aspect of their teaching, simply because it is the next cool thing to do. But I beg to differ.

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A few more days to the end of 2011

It has been an enriching year for me, both in my personal life as well as work experiences. And yet, we all will bid goodbye to our good times (and the bad ones) that we have encountered for the past few months.

Some prefer not to remember any of the bad ones and just moved on with their lives, thus treating it like it never occured in the first place. I wonder why we don’t want to take the positive out of it, to try and learn from our mistakes so as to ensure that the same mistake do not happen again.

Others tend to be too emotional and start to think of the negative aspects and how it has affected their lifestyle, blaming that their lives would have turned out better if it did not occur in the first place.

I talk in rambles these days. I am not sure why though. Must be the 30-ish syndrome.