the me alphabet.

Spot the difference? One's an Indian, the other isn't. (I'm not a racist, but probably the result of day dreaming during class.)

Spot the difference? One's an Indian, the other isn't. (I'm not a racist, but probably the result of day dreaming during class.)

Whose side are you leaning on?

Choose

And so it was written on the white board during CBC, when Uncle Jordan spoke.

“We can either be on God’s side or the devil’s side. Now, we must choose only one side…”

“…Why do we need to make a choice? Why can’t we sometimes be on God’s side, and sometimes on the devil’s side?

You know, we always have a lot of thoughts in our mind. For example, when your mother calls you, in your mind, you are struggling to decide. Should I go and obey her or should I not? So, we need to make a decision so that next time you won’t struggle when deciding.

Once you have set your mind, all the decisions you make will be according whose side you are on. If you are on God’s side, you will choose to go and obey your mother. If you are on the devil’s side, you will choose not to even bother about it.

So who can help us make that decision on whose side we want to be on?”

The children answered, “God!”

“God can’t help us to make the decision. It is you. You need to make that decision yourself. Uncle can’t help you, your parents can’t help you. You need to make your own decision.

The simplicity, yet, not.

We ended with the power point and a song:
“No one can serve two masters.”
Matthew 6:24

Whose side are you leaning on?
Leaning on the Lord’s side.
Whose side are you leaning on?
Leaning on the Lord’s side.

I lean, I lean, I lean, I lean
Leaning on the Lord’s side.
I lean, I lean, I lean, I lean
Leaning on the Lord’s side.

Leaning, leaning,
Leaning on the Everlasting One
Leaning, leaning,
Leaning on the Everlasting One

Boat-ie.

Tunisia-Chott-el-Jerid-bliyrskel

Dry. Sand.
How do I keep sailing
When I can’t seem to see the sea?

And people asking how I’m doing
But every question still has you in
I say I’m fine
And I never think about you
But you’re always on my mind

-The Click Five: I’m Getting Over You

*Refering to a thing

Clock.

What’s do you picture in your mind when you come across the word ‘clock’?

A clock?

Yeah.

Is it analog or digital?

Do you picture all its numbers?

Is there a short hand and long hand or both?

What is the colour of the clock?

Tell me, tell me!

It’s interesting to know how different people picture different things! 🙂

Trip to PA-LOH.

Pre-U Public Speaking Competition Participants and MC. The green uniforms are the nicest after all. Majulah green skirts!

Pre-U Public Speaking Competition Participants and MC. The green uniforms are the nicest after all. Majulah green skirts!

Yeap, we headed to Paloh on Saturday morning.

Catherine was asked to be the MC, and myself, the “reserve”.

Funny having a reserve right?
That was because on Thursday the girl who was going to represent school, Renuka, had some breathing problem.

Well, Cat and I were crazily helping Renuka (Miss Chang asked us to help her out!) by finding out information, concrete examples… And ended up writing one of the speeches for her.

Crazily in a way because it was so last minute, it was such a rush!

Long story short, Renuka had to remember 3 topics:

1. Education today should focus on producing creative individuals.
2. Sustainable development is a shared responsibility.
3. A peaceful multiracial society integrates Nation Building.

But only present one speech.
She got the third topic, a.k.a. the one Cat and I wrote.

And she WON! 😀 🙂 😛

On the way back from Paloh, we stopped to take a photo. I mean, photos :P Ali Ahmad (the male) tagged along with us back to Kluang. Lower 6 student in my school.

On the way back from Paloh, we stopped to take a photo. I mean, photos 😛 Ali Ahmad (the male) tagged along with us back to Kluang. Lower 6 student in my school.

3 in a row, to pay back.

The last three posts are posts that I owe you people, for a month?

Have been wanting to blog about them, but never really got the time to do so and was also lazy.

Hahha.

Enjoy!

Take it easy.

tiles Who said Form 6 is hard?

All you do is play mahjong cards, UNO cards, BINGO and maybe scrabble in school!

Ever since school started (it has been three weeks), I’ve been “unproductive” in school. So are the teachers. I guess it must be some mutual understanding going around.

I tell you, Form 6: Take it easy.

Play hard.

HAHA!

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