Tuesday, September 1, 2009


After about 5 hours of discussion in Moral Studies, no other religion can give a reason for the suffering of human beings except for Buddha's teaching. Buddha says that we suffer because of our attachments. Very true indeed...

This few fays, gathering with those who went training and knowing that certain people is leaving to chase their dreams really reminded me of impermanence. Those doing FYP and leaving soon...haih...I am suffering already...haha...

How not to be attached...everyday also see these people's face...everyday talk cock also talk with these people...everyday disturb also disturb these people...everyday kena disturb also by these people...

To not be attached is to not be human...Buddhahood is definitely not human...and then there is a certain part that wants to feel human...which is another attachment...

Like what someone always says, "apa la"...

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Someone once told me...

Knowledge is obtained through your own effort and hard work. Keep it up!

"A's" are for God, "B's" are for lecturers, "C's" are for students and "F's" are for animals.

A good leader will always be the first person to arrive and the last person to leave.

Try to smile no matter what, cause you never know when your smile could lighten up someone's day as well as it will lighten up mine.

There are two types of leader, "THE EFFECTIVE - result based without considering the procedure" and "THE EFFICIENT - procedure based without considering the results"

Success is not Final and Failure is not Fatal

Original version
"If it doesn't kills you, it will only make you stronger"
My version
"CHARGE!!! unless you are dead..."

The medium of transfer is not what matters, it's the value of the content!

This is what I told myself: Bullshit lecturer + Insufficient notes = YOU ARE SCREWED!

From the bottom of my heart, I wish you (referring to the whole class) all the luck in your future -Dr Nabil

Share knowledge because it multiplies, dont share money because it divides.

There is time to have fun and there is time to study

Put all your eggs into one basket and watch it

Always ask yourself, "what happened? what actually happened?" - Kok Lin