Up There

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Have you been up there lately?

If you do, what have you seen?

 

Did you see the beautiful sky?

Wonderful isn’t it?

with fluffy white blankets warming up the mass cold blue sky.

 

or Did you see the bird fly high?

Wonderful is it?

flying freely up there, like nothing could stop them.

 

but have you seen a plane lately?

it’s white in colour with red and blue stripe.

No you say?

then, I am sad.

 

not just me, everyone around the world is too.

 

Where could you be?

They’ve looked up, but nothing is found.

and so they looked down.

nothing have been found.

Families and friends still stick together,

praying and hoping they’ll soon see each other.

 

Dear God, please let them be found.

I couldn’t bare to see them suffer,

going all around,

asking “Have they been found?”

 

*Up until today, my thoughts and prayer always been with those who are affected. I understand they’re pain and suffering. Let them say what they want. They can only get their fame now, but later in the hereafter, they will be the one who is looking for you for forgiveness. Stay strong, keep your love one close to you. Only they understand you.

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MH370

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MH370 is still missing. People all around the world is crying, hoping and praying for a miracle to happen. But, the hope is almost faded when the Prime Minister of Malaysia, Datuk Sri Najib Razak made a press statement saying that the aircraft last location pinged by the INMARSAT satellite was at the Indian Ocean. The statement made by the Prime Minister had causes rage by the affected family member from China. With foreign media bashing the Malaysian Government and associate us with ‘Muslim Terrorist’, we, the Malaysian citizen feel oppressed, sad and frustrated.

By all means, we are not terrorist! We are just humans. We had been living in peace and harmony for the pass years. I know that everyone is upset with the fact that the SAR team is yet to come with solid evidence about the missing air craft, but Air France was found 2 years after they crashed in the Atlantic ocean. With the progress made the SAR team, I believe that they soon will find out what happen to the air craft.

To all foreign media, on behalf of the citizen of Malaysia, from the bottom of my heart, please stop all the speculation and false accusation on Malaysia. The SAR team – formed off from different country – is doing the best that they can. You should try to understand, give them motivation to continue what they are doing. What if all this happen to you later in the future? What will you feel? God is the best planner ever, you too should be prepare for a time like this. You really should. You’ll never know what will happen in the future.

To the people in China, I understand that you are hurt and sad about the incident. If anger is the way to show your emotion through this mourning period, do it! Let it all out! and make yourself feel better. When you feel a lot better, never ever forget to pray! You’ll never know what will happen next. Let’s together pray for the best. Because, Malaysian and other nationals is also praying for their love one to come home.

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Beyond Your Blog: Freelancing, Getting Paid to Write, and Writing for Free

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Many of you are growing as writers and seek opportunities beyond your blog. To continue this conversation, let’s talk about freelancing and getting paid to write, and the flip side of this: writing for free and exposure. We’ve rounded up four working writers who offer different perspectives on the business of writing:

  • Julie Schwietert Collazo, a bilingual writer/editor who has written for publications such as National Geographic Traveler and Scientific American, blogs at Cuaderno Inedito.
  • Caitlin Kelly, a National Magazine Award winner and frequent contributor to the New York Times, blogs at Broadside.
  • Kristen Hansen Brakeman, a writer who has contributed to the Washington Post and the New York TimesMotherlode, blogs at KristenBrakeman.com.
  • Deborah Lee Luskin, an award-winning novelist and radio commentator, blogs at Live to Write — Write to Live: a collaborative blog for the New Hampshire…

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Pray For MH370

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Where oh where could they be?

With no news of where they could be.

Where oh where could they be?

Lost or stranded in the desert or the open sea?

Where oh where could they be?

Your family a waits, so please, come home already!

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Mee Udang Kuala Selangor

Mee Udang, Kuala Selangor
Mee Udang, Kuala Selangor

 

Mee Udang‘ or ‘Prawns Noodle’ is a delicacies in Kuala Selangor, Selangor, Malaysia. If you happen to drive through Kuala Selangor, you should drop by and have a taste of that thick and tasty broth cook to perfection. Garnish with big size prawns, boiled egg and parsley, this dish is to die for! Try it!

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Map to Mee Udang Banjir Kuala Selangor.