Monthly Archives: November 2012

so soon

Leaving, that is. I can never race against time. They pass me by too instantly. Before I know it, it’s time to leave and go somewhere new. Meet a different whole group of patients. Possibly a larger group of lunch … Continue reading

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keep knocking

I had a blissful weekend alhamdulillah. We packed ourselves in my compact car – the 5 of us cousins – and head back to Kuantan. I dominated the steering wheel as I thought the task of keeping 3 children under … Continue reading

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a place of life and death

Majority of my friends and acquaintances are doctors. That’s a fact. And when we socialize, we meet their friends. Who often are also doctors. We attend conferences and seminars. More doctors. Pathetic, hahaha. We can’t stop talking about the medical … Continue reading

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the random promises

I wrote recently Ina Shaliny’s plea that I stop wearing kaftans. That’s a promise done. We were in Coffee Bean last Tuesday after our viva; both physically and mentally drained. We thought of how we performed and how we have … Continue reading

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drowning in gratitude

The verdict is out. And I’m loss for words. No words can measure the mercy He bestowed upon me. No words can explained how thankful I am. I passed my exam. I’m half way insya Allah. Subhanallah. Alhamdulillah. Allahuakbar.

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1434

We have just entered 1434H. It saddened a lot of us that while we embraced the new year with shelter above our heads, food on our plates and peace on our streets, our brothers and sisters in Gaza are subjected … Continue reading

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the taker or the giver

My junior from med school left me a comment on instagram; asking me how do we cope being in an emotionally stressful specialty. My instant thought was how I am infected by the sense of hope, strength and perseverance the … Continue reading

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