Malaysia requires more people to voice out and stand in the front line. No more hiding behind their comfort zone and wait for changes to come. We ought to do it NOW! Peace to all mankind.

Friday, April 21, 2006

me, myself & I

Nothing much happen lately. Been less online and busy with some stuff. In the mean time, i too consider about my studies. Well, i've been gone thru up & down. I know that which ever way that i had taken, GOD has His reason behind it. It also sharpen the way i think & react towards certain area. I am glad that i go thru it. It make me a MAN! haha!
I think i am now under construction to be a nice building for GOD & for HIS people. Inspiration keep on coming in & i feel that its going to overflood later! haha! I wont leave it astray.The are more cips in my memory.. My friend use to tell that i am pretty active in activities. Looks like i can't denied it as i am really active in events. I should consider being in event management! :)
Now a days i gone back to the basic. Taking form 4 & 5 add maths tuition. If make me feel young actually. HAHA! Good lor... I need it. Been weak in add maths. I start to like it... better keep the flame going on!
I will be going for a camp on 29-30 April & 1 May 2006. It would be held @ fraser hill, Pahang. It's Alpha retreat cum Youth camp and I am CC for the camp it self. Everything necessary has done. Just left around 30% to be done. Next up will be the Official launching for Youth Ministry. It will be on JUNE 10, 3-10pm (Carnival & Concert). There will be lots of interesting games & prize. Best of all, There is a WAR related games. I can't tell much! But if you were interested, please mark JUNE 10 up and come for it. More details will be posted up on my blog soon!
Ok, thats all from me. Do take Care2!

Friday, April 14, 2006

In loving memory...

Miss Leong Bean Yeng
My father relative, i know her as well. She is a kind lady that smile daily. We will miss her. Her kindness touch the heart of many. She passed away on monday.
Miss Kok Hong Hee
She is my ah Koo. A lovely person that i remember always. She treat me very good. Always buy shirt & gifts for me. I am wordless for this person. She has helped alot in our family. Been some time she has gone to be with the LORD.
Mr. Lim Bee Loon
He is my grand father. (Mom side.) Bring me up while i am still baby. I know that he is a hard working person. I really treasure what he has done for the family.
Mr. Kok Fei
My grand father from my father side. I don't really know him much. All i heard from my father is that he is strict with his children & he is very hard working as he need to earn money for all his children. He work in mine field. Thats all that i know.
Mr. Ricky Lim Ann Seng
My uncle from my mom side. He is a good person. I can't say i know him well. He is good at drawing & playing guitar.
Die on the cross for all the people on earth. His sacrifice is for us to have eternal life.
Happy Good Friday!
It may seems to be so hard to go thru the days. I went to Cheras Cemetary yesterday and saw so many tomb. I felt nothing & i don't know why. Perhaps i have goten the peace from GOD that i will be in Heaven to be with HIM. There isn't a feel of afraid of anything that come across me. Thank GOD. Many people has touched my heart in many ways. It also has change the way i am.

Thursday, April 06, 2006

a letter to GOD

I wonder why you put me in this environment
I don't know why i have to face a lot of weird things
I too don't understand alot of things
But i do know that i can become a person
After going thru difficulty
Just like a pencil being sharpen by a sharpener
Perfect or not i don't know
But in your eyes
I am different & perfect in many ways
Thank You

Wednesday, April 05, 2006

Learn how 2 save fuel

1 ) Pump up your tyresKeeping your tyres inflated is one of the easiest and most important thingsSaving petrol means saving money one can do to improve fuel economy. If arange is recommended by the manufacturer, the higher pressure should be usedto maximize fuel efficiency.Deflated tyres run hot and jeopardize safety. It will also cause the tyresto wear out prematurely, affect the vehicles adversely, and hurt the fueleconomy by increasing the rolling resistance. Tyres lose about 1 psipressure per month due to air loss caused by the tyre hitting holes, bumpsand kerbs. Therefore, the tyres should be checked at least once a month.Just 1 tyre deflated by 2 psi will result in a 1% increase in fuelconsumption.
2) Drive at moderate speedAvoiding high speeds on open roads results in safer driving and better fuelecon! omy. In highway driving, over 50% of the power produced by the engineis used to overcome aerodynamic drag. Drag and thus fuel consumptionincreases rapidly at speeds above 90km/h. On the average, a car uses about15% more fuel at 100km/h, and 25% more fuel at 110km/h compared to when itis doing only 90km/h. However, this should not lead one to conclude that thelower the speed, the better the fuel economy - because it is not. The fuelconsumption of an average car increases sharply at speeds below 50km/h.
3) Clean the air-filter regularlyClogged air filters increase fuel consumption by restricting airflow to theengine, and thus should be cleaned/replaced when necessary. Clogged airfilters can increase fuel consumption by up to 10%.
4) Use thinner tyresTyres with thick width will improve the handling of your car. However, itwill also increase your car's fuel consumption. Thicker tyres mean morerolling resistance! , and thus will consume more fuel.
5) Start up the car properlyWith today's cars, it is not necessary to prime the engine first by pumpingthe accelerator pedal repeatedly.Do not crank the engine excessively Thisonly wastes fuel.When starting the engine, idle it no more than 30 secondsto warm it up. An engine will warm up faster on the road. However, avoidsudden acceleration before the engine has warmed up sufficiently.
6) Drive in high gear (overdrive)The engine runs most efficiently between around 1,500 and 2,500 rpm. Tomaintain these low revs you should change up through the gears as soon aspractical and before the revs reach 2500 rpm. For automatic transmissioncars, you should always switch on your overdrive to help save fuel.Overdrive will allow your engine to change gears at lower revs. It also putsyour transmission into an "economy" mode and lets it engage the final"overdrive" gear when cruising to ! keep the rpms extra low, therebyincreasing fuel economy.
7) Travel lightAvoid carrying any unnecessary weight in your car. On the average, every50kg added load in your car will increase fuel consumption by 2%.
8) Anticipate traffic aheadA driver can reduce fuel consumption by up to 10% by anticipating trafficconditions ahead and adjusting the speed accordingly, and avoidingtailgating and thus unnecessary braking and acceleration. Accelerations anddecelerations waste fuel. Braking and abrupt stops can be minimized by notfollowing too closely and slowing down gradually when approaching a redlight. It takes up to six times as much fuel to move a car from a dead stopthan it does for one moving at just a few km/h.
9) Avoid strong accelerationThe fuel consumption remains at a minimum during steady driving at amoderate speed of about 90km/h. Keep in mind that every time the acceleratoris hard pressed, t! he engine goes into a "fuel-enrichment" mode ofoperation that wastes fuel.The vehicle should always be gradually andsmoothly accelerated. Using cruise control on highways can help maintain aconstant speed and reduce fuel consumption.
10) Minimise aerodynamic dragAdditional parts on the exterior of a vehicle such as roof racks andspoilers, or having the window open, Roof racks are bad for fuel economyincreases air resistance and fuel consumption, in some cases by over 20%.
11) Don't let your engine idleMinimize fuel wasted in idling by stopping the engine whenever your car isstopped or held up for an extended period of time. Idling more than a minuteconsumes much more fuel than restarting the engine. By having the engineswitched off, you will save more fuel than is lost from the burst of fuelinvolved in restarting the engine. The net increased wear and tear from thispractice is negligible.
12) Use the air-con sparinglyAir conditioners can use about 10 per cent extra fuel when operating.However, at speeds of over 80 km/h, use of air conditioning is better forfuel economy than an open window

Tuesday, April 04, 2006


I stand in between the road
Looking at which way i should be taking
At times it does look not fair on the left side
At times, it was the right sides that occur un-balanced

I doesn't know how to express
I see that life has pro & cons
But it sure has it's reason
Everything has a solution
Is a matter we need to solve

Time will groom us
Let us go towards it with brave