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Accidents DO ANYONE !!!

Where do I even begin? Let me begin by asking a simple question. Do you believe that car accidents will never happen to you? Well, if you asked me that question a week ago I would have definitely said no. But something happened to me that changed my view on this matter. I was involved in an accident. The good news is no one was injured. My car on the other hand was not so lucky. Yes…an accident.

Just for the record I’m the victim of the accident and not the cause of it. We can thank a nineteen year old girl driving her mother’s car for the incident. Even though I know it was not her intentions to cause the accident, I must admit I was pretty, very irritated about what had happen to my car. Again just for the record my car is still new. I just got it 3 months ago. Anyway, the incident went like this. It was 1.10pm I was driving my car accompanied by awin to get our convocation scrolls at UiTM Shah Alam.

Because the convocation ceremonies were still on going, the roads inside the campus w…

Perdana Discourse Series 8

Yesterday was a very interesting day for me. This is because the Perdana Leadership Foundation organized the annual Perdana Discourse Series. The topic of the discussion was on “Bangsa Malaysia”. As usual, Tun Dr. Mahathir Mohamad gave his keynote speech on the matter with authority and charm. I must admit that when listening to what he had to say on the matter made me think a lot about the nation’s current situation on racism and unity among our diverse community.

After his long and insightful speech, it was time for the Q&A session. In my mind I had no doubt that Tun could answer any questions from the crowd of people in the auditorium. I forgot to mention that initially the program was setup for 300 guests. But the turn out result was well above 500 guests. This can be seen as a testament to the popularity of Tun. As I expected, Tun answered all of the questions with authority and conviction. So that’s the end of Tun’s role in the Perdana Discourse Series. Next up was the panel…


I just realise that having a blog is a huge responsibility. Why you may ask. Well for starters, anything you post will be read by people you may or may not know. And the things we say may offend some of them. That is why we must identify our target audience and think carefully before posting anything.
Or you can say it is our right of free speech to say what we want.
Food for thought...Anyway, this is just me talking to myself.

In addition I have decided that I will try to be a reasonable and cautious blogger. Maybe many of you will think that my blog is boring or to serious. Well thats your opinion. I cannot change that.

In the weeks to come I hope I can find something interesting to talk about and give my views on the matter.