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Why do fathers dotes on their daughters ?

What I am about to share with you are my careful observations over the last 10-plus years about women and the impact their fathers have on their lives. I don’t have university-approved research to validate my points, but I think you will find that they ring true nonetheless.

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The tribute to my coursemates and the beginning of a new era

Today will mark the last day that I will be going for full-time training over in N/I/E. It has been a pleasant 2 years. This Monday will mark the start of me journeying into the real life scenario of a full-pledged teacher.

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the conversation with ex-boss

Some people are just weird. After gossiping behind a person’s back for quite some time, they tend to come back to the said person and lick back their own words, complete with their dog tails slid quietly behind their legs..

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Farewell to ex-comrade, Ramesh

Throughout my 4 years of working in my previous employment, Ramesh have consistently been in the picture whenever there are issues related in our job. He have always been there to provide advice, be it with physical PC troubleshooting and at times, even went the extra mile to assist me out of normal working hours.

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Seizures and spasms

I only had 1 hour of maths tutorial for the day but the lesson was cut short by 15 min due to an incident that occurred in class, a similar issue that happened during my NS days too.

Towards the end of the lesson,

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Singaporean Identity

I thought the Serangoon Gardens issue was over since F1 GP is already in the limelight. Because I can’t believe how snobbish some of the people inhibiting this island can be. And also because of the fact that most of the Kaki Bukit residents have stayed TOGETHER with these foreign workers in our own area for like, more than 10 years with no complaints !!

Heck, I think these workers have even stayed and relax under our void decks on Sunday nights with beer cans and picnic mats too. Of course, they will clean up their own mess, unlike some ugly Singaporeans whom normally don’t when they are at other public places.

The point is, they help us in our country and what’s wrong with providing them with simple lodging in return ? And for those of you whom are radical on the situation, the challenge is whether we who cherish and are cherished here can attain the highest vocation of both self and nationhood from this saga. In other words, do we accept our obligations to community?

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