Monthly Archives: October 2012

the true value of friends

I always thought I have wonderful friends, which I can never say enough thanks. But today, I realized that I have great friends – who would always stuck by me, who would run to me at the first troubling minute, … Continue reading

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Cukuplah Allah

To my dearest sidekicks – Arianne, Sera, Ina Shaliny and Astrid, ofcourse my sister and mum, I know you guys may not even know this sanctuary existed. Well, except Sera (waves!). Thank you for today – you guys shed tears … Continue reading

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the breakthrough

One of my favourite things is to perch myself on Mum’s bed when she gets ready. I will sit and talk to her while she does herself by her dresser or while she picks her handbag for the day. And … Continue reading

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Sleepless nights and daytime somnolence

Am writing more and more… Actually it’s been working, this tactic.. It dampens the stress, a lil bit. Plus I have been on study leave until my battle ( exactly this time next week), and I do not have an … Continue reading

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Future planning

Trust me to come up with a list of what I plan to do now, of all time. I just have to do this.. To somehow inspire my knackered self. At least I can look forward to things.. after exam. … Continue reading

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Of sacrifice

It’s nearly Raya Haji. My twitter is flooded with reminders on Hajj and  on the sacrifice made by Prophet Ibrahim for the love of Allah. And everyone around me has been talking on plans to go back for raya. Well, … Continue reading

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Second chance

A fellow surgeon called me some time last week, and boy I was surprised to hear from him really. He was just asking about some academic stuff which I wasnt sure I am the best reference really. A: So, how’s … Continue reading

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