Tonight, your light switch is your vote

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Support Earth Hour (photo from http://www.planetpinkngreen.com/)

Support Earth Hour (photo from http://www.planetpinkngreen.com/)

Tonight will be the night when we vote for the earth. Your light switch is your vote. Turn the light off between 8:30pm to 9:30pm tonight to support a green world. May all beings be happy. 🙂

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Discover how your consciousness affects your health, your environment and mother earth

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Japanese author, Masaru Emoto (江本勝)

Japanese author, Masaru Emoto (江本勝)

Water has a very important message for us. Water is telling us to take a much deeper look at our selves. When we do look at our selves through the mirror of water, the message becomes amazingly, crystal, clear. We know that human life is directly connected to the quality of our water, both within and all around us.

The photographs and information in this article reflect the work of Masaru Emoto, a creative and visionary Japanese researcher Mr. Emoto has published an important book, “The Message from Water” from the findings of his worldwide research

If you have any doubt that your thoughts affect everything in, and around you, the information and photographs that are presented here, taken from the book of his published results, will change your mind and alter your beliefs, profoundly.

Mr. Emoto and colleagues decided to see how thoughts and words affected the formation of untreated, distilled, water crystals, using words typed onto paper by a word processor and taped on glass bottles overnight. The same procedure was performed using the names of deceased persons. The waters were then frozen and photographed.

Heavy metal music You make me sick, I will kill you
Adolph Hitler Thank You
Love and appreciation Mother Teresa

These photographs show the incredible reflections of water, as alive and highly responsive to every one of our emotions and thoughts.

Masaru Emotos extraordinary work is an awesome display, and powerful tool, that can change our perceptions of ourselves and the world we live in, forever. We now have profound evidence that we can positively heal and transform ourselves and our planet by the thoughts we choose to think and the ways in which we put those thoughts into.

[source: http://www.life-enthusiast.com/twilight/research_emoto.htm]
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放下镜子里的自己

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放下自己,然后向前迈进

原先今天的自己很不开心。
不知道为了什么事,不知道她是为了什么骂我。在这公司两年了,两年她都不曾让我好过;也就是说两年里我自己学会公司里的东西,放下自我戴上面具,然后学习。今早,同样的事再次发生了。

爸也像平时那样forward email给我。而这一次的email也让我好了很多。心里有了甜甜的欢喜… 我想爸一定不知道,他帮我换了名字过后,我比以前坚强多了。

给她的话:
你做的东西,未必人家都会认同,也不是,所有的东西都是你对而已。
请你放下你现在的自己,然后再去了解别人,
你会从中发现,这世界和人物都是漂亮的。

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A trip to Handicapped and Mentally Disabled Children Centre Melaka

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A trip to Handicapped and Mentally Disabled Children Centre Melaka

A trip to the Handicapped and Mentally Disabled Children Centre Melaka

Before the Chinese New Year of this year, Patrick and Wendy invited me to the Handicapped & Mentally Disabled Children Centre Melaka and to make donation. However, we thought the centre would receive excessive donation during the Chinese New Year period, so we decided to make a trip after Chinese New Year.

Last weekend was the day. When Patrick, Wendy and Wee-Peng came back from outstations, we decided to go to the centre and donate something. We bought sacks of rice, biscuits, chocolate powder, tooth-paste and tooth-brush, soaps, cooking oil, etc. at Tong Hup grocery store and departed to the centre in Bukit Baru, Melaka.

According to the supervisor of the centre, Thomas, there are 65 mentally disabled children and 15 caregivers at the centre currently. The centre is a demi-detached house. Can you imagine 60-80 people living in a house of that size? As we observed, the wall of the centre requires repainting, the furniture like cupboards and tables have to be replaced, and more daily supply needed to nurture the children. Most of all, our visits and company are as important and meaningful to the children.

I remember when I went to the centre last year; I met a single mother of two. She was pampering her 1-2 year old toddler in a baby bed. The toddler was sleeping and I knew that he/she was mentally disabled. The mother and I had a small chat of her condition. She was living and working far from the town and she was unable to take care of the toddler, her 3-4 year old elder son, and work at the same time. So she was sending her elder son to her parents’ home everyday, and younger son to the centre far away to get a better care. The only free time she could visit her younger son was weekend. When she told me that, I realised how hard it would be to be a single mother and also a mother of a mentally disabled child.

We are very fortunate indeed. By saying that, each of us also has the strength to make a difference and change the life of the less fortunate ones. It is very grateful if you can visit the centre, with lots of love and care to the children.

If you require any information about the centre and making donation, kindly contact the centre:
Handicapped & Mentally Disabled Children Centre Melaka
C-5315, Jalan Penghulu Abbas,
Bukit Baru, 75150 Melaka.
Tel: 06-232 2530
Fax: 06-232 2529

Thanks to Patrick and Wendy for their kindness and also invited Wee-Peng and I to the centre. We didn’t stay there for long as we believe we will be there again. It was really meaningful to share something we have — happiness, with the children. Below are some shots I took:

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爸,我真的悔过了!‧藏毒被捕‧克莉丝知错已成阶下囚

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由於目前克莉丝还未委派到其他部门工作,所以她都会在阅读室阅读,让在监狱里的她能掌握外面所发生的事情。(图:星洲日报)

“爸爸,我真的悔过了!”

28岁的女子克莉丝因藏有大量的软性毒品而被捕入狱,自那天起,父亲就不曾到加影监狱探访她,她知道她的所作所為伤透了父母的心。

不敢奢望父母原谅
她不敢奢望父母原谅她,也不敢想像以后孩子知道她曾经沦為囚犯的情景,此刻她内心的痛无人知晓,但错已经错了,回头时已沦為阶下囚。

她从2007年被捕后至今,一直痛爱她的父亲不曾前来探访她,妈妈也是去年才来看她,当她问起爸爸的情况时,妈妈说,爸爸的身体状况不太好,不适合到较远的地方。
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请不要自卑一生

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曾经自卑 (image from http://www.e-duzhe.com/)

曾经自卑 (image from http://www.e-duzhe.com/)

小时候家里很穷,同学们有的东西,我总是没有,所以很自卑。

小时候觉得自己长得很丑,那些长得帅的同学老是得到师长们的好感,我却往往让他们踢到一边,变得更自卑了。

小时功课虽然还勉勉强强过得去,上了中学就不太好了,加上下了课还要帮忙家里到田里工作,便再怎么努力,也追不上其他的同学。我真的觉得自己很渺小。

每个人都有自己的极限

我的小学和中学便在自卑及自我感觉渺小之下过去,长大了,自卑便紧紧的跟我。

自卑让我不能说出我想说的话,因为我觉得我比別人差;自卑让我不敢做我很想做的事情,因为別人都没有去做,我何德何能?自卑让我连很想得到,也已经得到的东西(比如说:爱情)都不敢伸手去拿,因为我觉得自己不配。

听起来很好笑是吗?可是这就是我的前半生,而且还认识很多和我一样不断鞭笞自己一生的人。

我要走了很多痛苦不堪的路后,才发现原来我是可以不需要自卑的。

假如我功课或工作比不上別人,我只需要加把劲就好;追上他人很好,追不上他人也很好,因为每个人都有其极限的,就好像我怎么努力,我的歌都没法唱得比蔡琴好。

假如我很努力赚钱后,还是一个月只能赚1000元,我还是不需要自卑,因为我尽了能力,我就好好的享受我的1000元;因为自卑或自我鞭笞是於事无补的。

假如別人觉得我很丑,那也是没有甚么问题的,因为美丑是天生的,而且美丑也是主观的,加上美丑都是別人的看法。所以,別人觉得我很美,那很好;要是別人觉得我很丑,那也很好。

我就是我,我不需要別人的肯定来过日子。

假如你有孩子,假如你是老师,假如你认为你关心孩子,请告诉孩子们:人是可以不必自卑的。

请让下一代从他人的眼光下,活出他自己的一生。

星洲日报/副刊 ‧作者:大潘、吴风辉‧2010.01.30
[source: http://www.sinchew.com.my/node/150890?tid=3]

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