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[caption id="attachment_4201" align="aligncenter" width="600" caption="Adelyn Purple"][/caption] 紫色是介于红色和蓝色的色彩, 在光谱中是人类可见光所能看到波长最短的光。Adelyn Purple 大家都是这么叫她的。她喜欢紫色、喜欢阳光、喜欢自由、喜欢自然... 认识她在KL Photonian的第一次聚会里,觉得她很开朗很阳光。她很男友Avex是很衬的情侣。Avex也是我在Photonian认识的。他们对朋友都很好。创意和摄影都是他们的爱好。

[caption id="attachment_4152" align="alignleft" width="500" caption="虽然年事已高,可是叶少章与妻子玉梅并没放弃痉挛女儿,30多年来没半点怨言照顾孩子。(图:星洲日报)"][/caption] 有一种爱是世上最无私的爱、有种关怀是世上最永久的关怀,这就是父母亲的爱。 父母赋予孩子的不仅是生命,也是自己生命中的一切。即使孩子残缺,他们依然对孩子不离不弃,尽心尽力呵护。 常言道“养儿100岁,常忧99”打从孩子呱呱坠地来到世上后,父母就费尽心思养育孩子长大,所付出的一切从不奢望得到回报。 今年74岁的叶少章与63岁的妻子方玉梅就是典型的模范父母。家境贫穷的他们虽然没从给孩子奢华的物质生活,但却把全部的爱献给孩子。

[caption id="attachment_4133" align="aligncenter" width="600" caption="Peace - by CJ"][/caption] There once was a king who offered a prize to the artist who would paint the best picture of peace. Many artists tried and submitted their work. The king looked at all the pictures. There were only two he really liked, and he had to choose between them. One picture was of a calm lake, perfectly mirroring the peaceful, towering mountains all around it. Overhead was blue sky with fluffy, white clouds. It was the favorite of all who saw it. Truly, they thought, it was the perfect picture of peace. The other picture had...

[caption id="attachment_4113" align="aligncenter" width="600" caption="The centre's outlook"][/caption] The Handicapped and Mentally Disabled Children Centre Melaka is located in Bukit Baru, Melaka which it facilitates the handicapped, mentally disabled and autistic children. Currently there are eighty people reside at the centre which is a semi-detached house. It is a public funded centre thus they are in need of financial support from all walk of life. Any sort of contribution will be utilised to the expansion and maintenance of the centre. These are the items required daily and any contribution will greatly help the centre to reduce their expenses: Housekeeping Dettol Floor (Mopping) Garbage Bag (Big) Dish Liquid (Washer) Toiletries Body Shampoo Detergent Bathing...

[caption id="attachment_4085" align="alignright" width="360" caption="两只朱颈斑鸠正在小壁林场筑巢 (photo by 田瑞夫)"][/caption] 小时候很爱抓鸟、养鸟,几乎种种抓鸟的技能都学成了。那时候住在乡下,每天都有各种各样的鸟儿在住家周围觅食。鸟儿也有它的级别,其中又以斑鸠的身价最高。当然也不是每一只斑鸠都珍贵,最重要是叫声越响亮就越值钱,斑鸠不容易捕捉,它们通常出双入对,而且警觉性高,一有风吹草动就迅速飞离。通常我看到邻居的印度人都用一只斑鸠来吸引其他斑鸠,再用特制的捕鸟器引它入笼。 我当然买不起这些捕鸟器,所以用最原始的方法:守株待兔。用一个竹篓之类的器具,以倒盖方式,再用一根小木棒将它一端撑起。木棒连着细绳从屋外拉到家里头,并在竹篓倒盖的下方撒些谷类做饵,一切布置好后自己就躲在家里的窗口,静待斑鸠的出现。只要它们飞到竹篓覆盖的范围内觅食,我就一拉扯木棒,竹篓失去支撑就会盖下,那我就可以“篓中捕鸟”万无一失了。 斑鸠非常机灵,似乎可以预知危险的存在,所以从来不会到竹篓覆盖的范围内觅食。再来是干扰因素太多,鸡也会跑来鸡啄我撤下的饵,还有狗有时闲逛会扯到绳子,让我的陷阱败露。当然这时候我就会让它“鸡飞狗跳”,计谋败露后的不忿都发泄在这些鸡狗身上。另外一个因素是妈妈的唠叨,那时只好鸣鼓退兵,择日再战。 懂得放下的人,最幸福 后来几经努力,终于在一个中午捕获一对中的其中一只斑鸠。那时的我简直高兴得胜过中了彩票,赶忙把那只斑鸠放进布置多时的鸟笼里。另一只斑鸠则一直在附近徘徊,不肯离去。这样的情形一直坚持到傍晚,另一只斑鸠始终徘徊在住家附近。我们就这样对峙着,最后我把鸟笼打开,笼里的那只马上扑向在守候的那一只,很快的双双就消失在夜幕低垂的胶林。就这样童年一直期待的快乐,到手后又让我放走。 奇怪的是我并没有伤心,反而内心有一种释怀的感觉,那一种感觉到今天依然清晰。从此以后我就没有再动起捕鸟的念头,而且每每听到小鸟的吱叫声,心中总会有一股愉悦,它似乎告诉我说:“拥有不一定快乐,懂得放下的人最幸福”。 文:土豆(莎亚南),刊登于星洲日报副刊...

[caption id="attachment_4069" align="aligncenter" width="600" caption="George and Cindy at the Handicapped and Mentally Disabled Children Centre Melaka"]George and Cindy[/caption] Last Sunday, Kok-Liang, Tracy, Ah-Seong, Cindy and I went to the Rumah Seri Kenangan Cheng old folks home, Rumah Budak Laki-Laki Tun Abdul Aziz (boys home), and Handicapped and Mentally Disabled Children Centre Melaka in Bukit Baru. First we went to the old folks home and donated the adult diapers and blankets which we bought the day before. We didn’t spend much time after at the centre then we drove to the boys’ home in Durian Daun in the hope that we could understand more of the centre. We were welcomed by the centre’s assistant community welfare officer, Miss Nor Aziah Binti Rahaman. Most of the boys were away for a trip to Kedah. So we could only have a short chat with Miss Nor Aziah. We came to understand that the centre which consists of 50 boys from poor families is fully funded by government. Basically, the financial support is sufficient to cover the boys’ daily living costs including accommodation and study environment, clothing, meals, daily necessities and pocket money. In short the centre does not require much donation from the public. After leaving the boys home, Kok-Liang thought it would be worthwhile to bring us to go the handicapped and mentally disabled children centre. This would also be the first time for Ah-Seong, Cindy and Tracy to visit this centre. When we arrived, we were greeted by Amy, a kind-hearted senior nurse who has been working there for years, and she took us for a tour of the home. I was happy as I met the toddler with Down syndrome again whom I mentioned in my previous post. Amy told me the boy had just had a heart surgery not long ago and he was in good and healthy condition. Amy told us he was naughty and active as he was always trying to escape from the baby bed. Nevertheless, the boy stood by the wooden crib when he saw us and felt excited and happy. Amy then introduced George, a six year-old autistic child who was left there by his parents. The boy was lonely and sitting at the couch by himself. When Cindy saw the cute little boy, she spontaneously sat beside her and started chatting with him. He didn’t speak at all but he seemed attracted to Cindy’s mobile phone. He grabbed and toyed with the phone. And George was really a smart boy as he could hum the song he listened once of Cindy’s phone. It was sad to learn about George’s background, and he seemed very sad and depressed when we were leaving the centre which made us feel even more heart-broken especially Cindy. After we left the centre, I asked Cindy how she felt of her first experience of the handicapped and mentally disabled children center, she replied with silent tears. I could tell she has a compassionate heart towards the less fortunate ones especially George. We felt really lucky and contented after visiting the three homes. This certainly would not be our last trip, we have decided to do another visit shortly to the centres. And I felt really pleased and inspired when Amy told us that some students from the Multimedia University would always visit in group to the centre and volunteer to help cleaning the centre and take care of the patients. I hope that we could do the same meaningful thing. The Handicapped and Mentally Disabled Children Centre Melaka in Bukit Baru is a public funded welfare centre and requires plenty of support from the public to maintain the centre. We sincerely hope that readers of this post could pay a visit or donate something to the centre. I'll post up a list soon of what the centre requires. Thanks to my fellow friends for your company and support. May all beings be happy. Some photos I took after the jump: