Just got home.
No time to write earlier.
Just released the few comments for my last posting using my phone the whole day.
It's nice to know that some readers of this blog do care about special needs children such as those with autism.
It shows that there are still many good Malaysians out there who care about initiatives to make our society better.
I'm glad that not everyone is full of hate and obsessed with negative aspects of things such as the murky world of Malaysian politics.
Actually, I believe politics don't have to be dirty.
It can be about honesty, integrity, dignity, sincerity and other good stuff.
It doesn't have to be the way Malaysian politics now.
But then again, who am I to lecture on this.
I'm not an expert.
I can't even make this blog looks impressive with fancy charts and words or write very long postings.
All I'm going to say this time is that, I believe that if we strive to have a clean heart and bear no malice towards others, including those who deemed us as enemies, then insyaAllah we will be rewarded with goodness, one way or another.
If we can have that attitude in politics, then I'm confident Malaysia will be a better place.
Anyway, I saw the news about TS Muhyiddin Yassin announcing that he is not leaving Umno despite recently suspended as deputy president and sacked from the deputy PM post.
I'm fine with that.
After all, the guy has been with Umno all his life.
It's not like he is some sorts of a DAP reject who got nowhere to go, now trying to be an Umno saviour and defender of the ummah or something like that.
So what, that he said he wanted to continue making noises.
He's almost 70.
People at that age always make noises.
Well, at least those paid to blog can earn some extra income whacking him back....not that it makes much difference anyway.
Whatever it is, if Muhyiddin makes too much noise later, they can always get Ku Nan to sack him altogether.
No worries, okay.
PM DS Najib Razak and his people should now just do what they are supposed to do and make sure the people vote for BN in the next general election.
Hopefully they can....
Eh, that's too much politics lah. Supposed to be just a side issue.
Past midnight already.
I better sleep.
Here's a song for the night from the upcoming movie Redha,