June 02, 2007

The tag game

Game rules:

"People who are tagged should write a blogpost of 6 weird things about them as well as state this rule clearly. In the end, you need to choose 6 people to be tagged and list their names. Don’t forget to leave a comment that says ‘you are tagged’ in their comments and tell them to read your blog.”

I am been tagged too! Wow, this game has been going around the blogs of my church mates...even our pastor...

Let me give it a try...who are the next 6 persons I can tag on?

6 weird things:

1. I have a lot of books, but I seldom finish reading them, or I will spend several months/years finishing one book (bits and pieces everywhere)

2. I can tell you the steps to cook a dish, but I can't cook! (I burnt mum's pot once and she seems to "ban" me from cooking since that day!) haha.

3. I usually order ice lemon tea but less ice.

(3 more things to go...really a challenge...I can convince myself that I am not so weird afterall...haha)

4. Although I eat breakfast in the morning, but when I reach sch/work, I am hungry again...(that's why, don't be surprise if u see me eating my "uncle toby" museli bars in the morning.)

5. Add on the above, you seldom see me not having sweets/museli bars/packet of milk in my bag (Can explain why i like to carry a big bag)

6. I do things systematically, but I like my desk to be as messy as possible so that I can find all my stationery.

6 persons to tag:

1. Clarie

2. Shijia

3. My thumb

4. Bacon

5. Raindance

6. Hazelnutt

Let's see where this game goes...hoo...

May 22, 2007

Pray for our Nation

The Global Day of Prayer is here again! Time when Christians coming together to pray together for our earth, (including Singapore).

Time: 7pm,
Date: 27th May 2007
Place: Singapore National Stadium

There will be free shuttle bus from Kallang Mrt station to the stadium.

Anyone interested to go, let me know...I am finding pple to go together....

But, the details of the shuttle service not out yet, will check back again...

More details see: http://www.prayforsingapore.org.sg/as_spore.html

May 17, 2007

Principles to relationships

There are three principles that we should understand well before committing to any
romantic relationship. If you're already in a relationship, studying these principles
intimately and practicing them will help ensure a lasting, satisfying relationship.

Unrealistic expectations are usually what drive a couple apart, so the first principle to
understand is that your partner does not owe you your happiness. This may sound strange
because why else would we want to enter relationships if not to find happiness?

Sure, we should derive joy from our relationships but our partner should not bear the duty
of giving us joy. Joy should be the spontaneous consequence of two people sharing feelings
of love for each other, not the result of one party constantly striving to fulfill the
other's needs.

When we expect our partner to make us happy, we set up opportunities for failure, and each time our partner fails to meet our demands, we lose respect and affection for him or her. Besides, love doesn't mean consistently giving in to our demands. And love doesn't mean always making us happy. What gives our joy may not always be in our best interests. And love can sometimes mean hardship and pain.

The second principle for fulfilling relationships is to love your partner for who they
are. Don't love a fantasy version of them you hope will emerge in the future. Many people
enter a relationship thinking that in time, their partners will change, but this often
doesn't happen. Your partner entered the relationship believing that this is what you fell
in love with. He or she doesn't see any reason to change.

Loving your partner for who they are also means accepting their flaws, or what you deem to
be flaws. Each person has attractive qualities as well as some habits or characteristics
we may not find so beguiling. But we should love our partners in spite of the qualities
wedon't appreciate as much as the others. There is no perfect lover, like there is no
perfect gadget. You're always going to have to trade off certain features for other ones
you find more suited to you. And when you run into conflict over those undesirable
features, your love for the whole product should be more than enough to make you overlook
the flaws and still embrace your partner. So ask yourself "If my partner upsets me, will I
be able to look past the words and actions and still love the person?"

The third and final principle is to love and respect yourself as much as you love and
respect your partner. This is because if you feel inadequate compared to your partner, you
might become obsessed with fulfilling his or her needs and neglect your own. Over time,
your partner will learn to take you for granted and you will no doubt begin to feel like
you got the short end of the stick.

Maintaining fulfilling relationships is no easy job, but understanding and practising
these three principles should help you a great deal.

(Presented by 'Eugene Loh, A Slice of Life, 938LIVE, a station of MediaCorp Radio.)

May 14, 2007


Its when you are so free that u tend to think about a lot of things...Memorizes, sad and happy ones..Its been a month plus since he left us. A person that has hurt me so deeply...
A person that made me cry even in the middle of the night...We are able to have happy holidays together but...time will not be able to turn back.

I have always ask people to forgive others that have hurt them deeply. But, it is easy to say than to do. Forgive the one that has done and said words that have hurt me so deeply? Forget the sad and heartbroken memories that I once had...how?

Let God...I believe as time goes by, that open and deep wounds of our hearts will be filled by God's love, peace and joy, to heal by him. If we let God. Let God comes into our life and stays in our inner heart...

Ephesians 4:31-32: "Get rid of all bitterness, rage and anger, brawling and slander, along with every form of malice. Be kind and compassionate to one another, forgiving each other, just as in Christ God forgave you."

December 05, 2006

Month of Dec...

6th dec approaching tmr, birth of my first exams results. I wondering what everyone is thinking, butterflies in my stomach...arghhh....

At least I have tried my best studying very hard, whatever outcomes, I will have to face them...

Starting this friday will be quite busy and challenging...Going for briefings and meetings discussing abt camp, christmas celebration in a.Jasmine's house, chinese service...Really quite challenging as I take up roles of bible study leaders, games IC, backup singer...But. I will surely miss the Christmas carnival as not sure what time back to S'pore.

Looking forward to the anntic camp next monday. But, details of the camp still not up yet...Feeings of unknown, curiousity and excitment filling me...

December 01, 2006

We Are the Reason

We Are the Reason part II

Rehearsed by the CFs on Wed to prepare for tmr's christmas celebrations. Pity that I wont be able to make it tmr. Heard this song for the first time and I find it very meaningful. Stating the reason for this Christmas...We are the reason...The CFs sing with actions too!

As little children
We would dream of Christmas morn
Of all the gifts and toys
We knew we'd find
But we never realized
A baby born one blessed night
Gave us the greatest gift of our lives

We were (are) the reason
That He gave His life
We were (are) the reason
That He suffered and died
To a world that was lost
He gave all He could give
To show us the reason to live

As the years went by
We learned more about gifts
The giving of ourselves
And what that means
On a dark and cloudy day
A man hung crying in the rain
All because of love, all because of love

I've finally found the reason for living
It's in giving every part of my heart to Him
In all that I do, every word that I say
I'll be giving my all just for Him, for Him
(By David Meece)