You Should Not Quit


Something to share. 

When things go wrong as they usually will,
When the track you're climbing feels all uphill,
When you're salaries are low and your debts are too high;
You would want to smile but you'd have to sigh.

When care is making you down a bit,
Rest if you need to but do not quit.
Life is hard with its own twists and turns,
As sometimes everyone of us learns.

When many a failure turns inside out,
When you could have won if you had turned about.
Do not give up even when steps are slow,
You just may succeed with another blow.

Success comes from failure on the inside to out,
With that silver tint in the clouds of doubt,
You may never tell how close you are,
It could be near even if it feels so far,
So stick to with your greatest,
strongest and hardest hit,
It's when things seem worse that you should not quit!



Visit Malaysia 2007! (again?)


Today’s hot spots that I choose are Orchid’s Garden, Hibiscus’s Garden and Bird’s Park which is located in the middle of the unique city, Kuala Lumpur. I went to these places last week, with my fren Danny. At first we went there just to fulfill the emptiness of our weekend rather than sitting at home and do nothing, but then when I personally arrived there, I realize that these places are so great! The fee to enter this paradise is only RM1! And it was so worth it. For flower lover, they can experience showcases more thousands of international varieties of the most beautiful flower in the world especially orchid. The garden contains over 800 species from Malaysia alone! Orchids are for sale on weekends from 10am to 6pm. Look at the pictures attached and you can feel the amazingness of these places. A small terraced garden which provides a strikingly colorful panorama of countless varieties of hibiscus will wait for you!

Something makes me shock when I read the information board in front of the Bird’s park entrance which is mentioning that the Kuala Lumpur Bird Park is the largest bird park in South-East Asia, and holds thousands of birds representing nearly every major species of this part of the world. Isn’t it great? Oh ya, I forgot to tell here that we also went to the Malaysian National Monument which is also known as one of the world's largest freestanding bronze sculptures. The monument commemorates those who died in Malaysia's struggle against Communist insurgency in the 1950s. Beside the National Monument are the ASEAN Gardens and the Memorial Tun Razak, which houses memorabilia of Malaysia's second Prime Minister, the late Tun Abdul Razak Hussein. Hmm…Even it sounds very patriotic, I think these experiences should be gained on every Malaysian citizens. Until the next experience…

Pstt: Sorry no pictures.