It's raining heavily here. Had to cancel my plan to go to the Pasar Tani and the beach.
Have to wait for the rain to ease off before driving back to KL.
These days, my eyes can't see very well if I'm driving in the rain. I also have to be extra cautious when driving at night. I need new glasses. Need to find time to do that.
Whatever it is, I hope to reach KL about 7pm later in the evening. Lots of things to do.
Just hate the lonely long drive though. Been driving alone for more than half a decade now, but still not used to it.
I just hope that it's all worth it...and appreciated.
Well, even if it's not worth it, I still have to do it. It's my life. Fated I guess.
Woke up quite early. Wish I could sleep a few hours more but instead forced myself to get up and do the necessary.
Switched on my phone and was immediately bombarded by work-related messages. Switched it off again as I don't want to spoil my day thinking about work back in KL.Nothing much I can do about them from here anyway. They simply have to wait until I got back to work.
Later, I'm going to the local Pasar Tani to buy some stuff and maybe spend some more time at the beach.
Chest pain still there but the most painful part in the dead center had eased off.
Actually, I wish I can stay here at this peaceful place forever. I really hate KL.I'm in KL simply because I need to be successful as that was what was required of me. That's life for me. Strive or die. No joke, okay.
I'm not really complaining though. I accept everything that happened beyond my control as fated.
I know that I can't have the cake and eat it. Everything comes in a package, complete with the goods and the bads.
The same with this country. You can't expect everything to be perfect. Yes, we can strive to make it better, but not to the point of destroying what we already have. We need to count our blessings more, rather than harping on things that we thought should be ours.
True, I do hate the DAP, but I can't hate all those who support the party. My mother is one of them, and so do many of my family members of her side. They belong here and I have to accept them the way they were. So, I'm not with those who want them to migrate or balik Tongsan.
It should be the same on the other side. When they said they hate Umno and called the Umno people racists, they are actually accusing all of its over 3.5 million members of being racists. Bear in mind that the Umno members are all Malays.What do you think would happened when these 3.5 million Malays were pushed up the wall and forced to collectively lash back to point their fingers at those who hate them and call their accusers racists in return?
What will happen then?
Well, I think we all know what will happen, and in fact it had happened in the past. Let's hope it doesn't come to that.
Still, if it happened, I think we know who are the ones who started the fire.
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