I think I'm lucky for having Mummy by my side. When her husband left her, she didn't seek helps from people, not even her parents or siblings. Mummy worked so hard just to ensure that she could provide everything for me. Thanks Mummy! For single mums out there, don't refuse to take any helps from the government if you have no one to lean on.
Hello readers, visitors and strangers.
It's Friday and I'm blessed. The reason for me stating this is because I've just gotta know that Nuffnang gave me buffered earnings for the sixth time.
I rarely update nowadays since I got so many things to focus on and usually I just include articles that capture my attention as my blog entries. But still, Nuffnang and 8TV chose this blog to promote their ads. :)
Can't wait for weekend, so, HAPPY WEEKEND everyone.
I REFER to the letter “Gay lifestyle not welcome in our society” (The Star, March 22).
I agree with the writer that updating the law for gay rights is definitely not in the picture for this country. We all must respect that.
However I do not share his or her sentiment of calling it a perverse lifestyle. It is the writer’s right to perceive it as such but it is also a person’s choice to lead the life that he or she has chosen. Not all gays are flamboyant and perverted and not all straight people are sane and morally right too.
What it boils down to here is tolerance to differences.
HILMI WAN AHMAD,
IT IS truly heart-warming to read “Help for weaker SPM students” (The Star, March 20).
I congratulate the Education Ministry, especially Deputy Prime Minister Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin, for formulating plans to assist the underperforming students.
Many a time, I have categorically emphasised my opinion that examinations are just one way of assessing a student.
Failing in examinations or getting poor or low grades doesn’t mean that the student has failed in his life.
The bulk of students today fall into this category i.e. failed their examinations or achieved low grades in examination.
First of all, classifying them as weak students is an unfair assessment. They may be weak academically, but may have bright minds to do business or bright hands to do craftwork, or skills like motor mechanics.
We should not always think about the so called “bright” students only, but rather have programmes and plans to help the other students to be successful in life.
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Happy weekend everyone!
I haven't wished this for sometime because of my extraordinary busyness. I hope your weekend goes well and you're happy with whatever you do and of course with whom you spend your time.
Happy weekend again, take care people! :)
I know I've been away without telling you anything, but I've been so busy since the final examination is approaching. I can't really put my priority towards this blog, so no updates can be given, and forgive me for that.
My beautiful blogging friend, Ira gave me an award. WOW! This is my first award as a blogger and I never know that there's such thing in the blogosphere. Similar to contests and giveaways, I first thought it's funny to see these things exist, but they do. =p
This award comes with some rules:
1. Thank & link the person that gave you the award.Let's start!
2. Pass this award to 15 bloggers you've recently discovered and think are fantastic.
3. Contact the bloggers and let them know they've won the award.
4. State 7 things about yourself.
1. To Miss Irahehe, thanks so much for giving this award to me. You're one nice friend. :)
2. I don't think I have many blogging friends, can I skip this part? I actually don't know to whom should I give this award, so sorry...
3. Not applicable. :(
4. What you should know about me:
SEREMBAN: In an about-turn, teachers are now prepared to teach sex education in schools — but educationists want proper training first.
This was a drastic change from a stand taken on March 2 when the National Union of the Teaching Profession was against such an education.
NUTP had then said that teachers lacked formal training “in the complexity and sensitivity of the subject and were not confident to teach it”.
Its secretary-general Lok Yim Pheng said the new decision was reached at a recent three-day delegates conference held here.
She added that teachers believed sex education should begin at early secondary education; and the educationists should be given comprehensive training first. “The ministry needs to come up with proper modules and programmes to allow us to impart this to students effectively,” she said.
Lok added that teachers were concerned that they would become open targets for litigation from parents if they made mistakes when imparting such knowledge to students.
Many quarters, including parents, had urged the authorities to introduce sex education.
p/s: I don't know what will happen in the future.
Children of mixed marriages do face problems
I WOULD like to refer to the letter ‘A mistake to frown upon mixed marriages ‘’ (The Star, March, 9.)
I can’t agree with the writer in using Tiger Woods, Halle Barry and Barack Obama for comparison, stating that their success comes from a product of mixed marriages.
Please don’t forget that the three persons come from the strongest country in the world.
That said, I would like to congratulate Datuk Nicol David, one of our most successful sportswomen in the world who is of mixed parentage as well.
The writer said he couldn’t agree with Datuk Seri Rais Yatim that children from mixed marriages face unique problems. He said it was a myth. How would he know if he is not a product of a mixed marriage himself?
Hello readers, visitors and strangers.
It's so boring today. I woke up very early and suddenly I got an SMS from a classmate informing that there's no class today, the lecturer has gone out for a seminar. I got nothing to do now and I don't really have ideas to update this lovely blog of mine.
2 more days to go before I go and watch Alice in Wonderland. Hopefully I'm not busy when the day comes. Some friends will tag along, all are females. I guess you can expect the reason of us choosing to watch the movie. Because we love Anne Hathaway, ya right...
As usual, gonna read my favourite online newspaper before doing any jobs. Catch you later! Have a happy day, so be happy always.
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You're the only reason I wanna watch Alice in Wonderland. I've watched almost all of your films because you're so irresistible. Hope you won't disappoint me through this role.
WOW! That's the only word that I could think of upon seeing my Nuffnang account just now. I got my third buffered. I'm happy because last week, Nuffnang gave me 2 buffered and I got one more yesterday. Thanks a lot to Nuffnang and Maxis.
I promise to regularly update this blog and write at least one entry per day. Hopefully I can update on more general things which can give benefits to people who read whatever I write on this lovely blog of mine.
Have a happy day readers, visitors and strangers! Cheers!
Honestly, I'm worried sick over things that happened around me.
It's very rare and uncommon nowadays to read, hear or see good events in newspaper, radio and on TV. Crime cases, sad news and negative issues are mostly reported in media recently. What's wrong with modern people? There's no morality at all.
The latest news about the deceased 3-year old little girl really makes me tremble and upset. May God bless her and I badly want the killer to be dead!
8yr-old girl molested, forced to perform oral sex?
KUALA LUMPUR: An unemployed man pleaded not guilty to molesting an eight-year-old girl and forcing her to perform oral sex on him.
Jamil Samad, 42, is alleged to have used criminal force on the Year Two pupil and rubbing his private parts against her buttocks.
If convicted, he can be jailed up to 10 years, fined or whipped or face any two of such punishments under Section 354 of the Penal Code.
He is also accused of putting his private parts into the girl’s mouth against her will.
If found guilty, he can be jailed up to 20 years and whipped under Section 377C of the Penal Code.
Jamil is said to have committed both offences at the staircase area at PPR Cochrane Perkasa in Jalan Nakhoda Yusuf, Cheras at 4.30pm on May 12 last year.
The girl’s 41-year-old mother had lodged a complaint over the incident later.
Upon hearing his charges Monday, Jamil, clad in striking red-checkered shirt and blue jeans, calmly said he wanted to claim trial.
Deputy Public Prosecutor Nurfaida Mohd Rashidee said the prosecution has no intention to offer bail to the accused.
“If the court intends to use its discretion, the prosecution offers bail of RM15,000 in one surety,” she applied Monday.
DPP Nurfaida said the prosecution also pressed for the court to impose an additional bail condition that the accused should not disturb their witnesses as they were staying near the same area.
Upon queried by Sessions Court judge Mohamad Sekeri Mamat, Jamil said he had nothing to say over his bail application.
The judge then allowed a bail of RM15,000 in one surety and ordered him not to disturb the victim.
“If there is any complaint that you have disturbed the victim, then your bail will be revoked,” warned the judge.
He set April 5 for mention to allow the accused to appoint a lawyer.
p/s: What's wrong with male adults?