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I’ve been managing 2 blog since a couple years ago.
However, due to the limitation of time that I have with my beloved blog, I now manage only one.
I hope I’ll be able to write more this time around, so I can get things out of my mind.
So, farewell blog. I had my fun time with you.
I’ve lost my ability to express words over the year.
I lost my creativity.
I lost my willingness to do things.
I lost my passion towards the things I love to do
It all because of you.
The way you treat people, the words you say to them, the expression and body language you show them, it wasn’t motivating at all.
You’ve bullied people that have less power than you.
Your seniority and superiority made you think you can do everything that you like on people.
Shame on you for making people fall into depression and you show no guilt in doing so.
You don’t know what it feels like to be anxious, intimidated, overwhelm, and scared to go to work everyday.
I have to drag myself up every single day for a year so I could earn something for my family.
and I seriously blaming you for not letting me work to my fullest potential.
Until now, I could see your shadow following me everywhere I go.
You! Stop being a bully.
You will earn nothing good from it.
You will live in hatred all your life.
I’m no longer the weak. I’m a survivor.
You’re the one who is weak. You will never know love or friendship. And I feel sorry for you.
Dear boy, no matter how busy your father is, you should always remember that he loves you so much and he is doing all that he can so that he could give you the best that you deserve.
Dear boy, no matter where you are or what you do, you should always remember to stay strong, do your best and most of all, stay true to yourself. There is a lot to see, learn and explore out there sweety, and I pray so hard that you’ll make it through it effortlessly.
Dear heart, please be at ease. I know how hard time is right now for us, but always remember that every hardship will be pay with a handful of reward. Stay strong. We always make through no matter hard it is. We will make it through.
In response to The Daily Post’s weekly photo challenge: “Shadowed.”
2014 ended with a dreadful flood on the east coast of Malaysia.
My dad’s home town was one of the affected area.
The house he grew up in almost had collapse.
No words could ever described how he must felt.
Even I felt devastated seeing the house in such condition.
We grew up in this house to, my siblings, cousins and I.
Too many memories.
As a nation, we were tested with the disappearance of MH370 and the unprecedented tragedy of MH17 and QZ8501.
My condolences goes out to all affected family and friends.
I hope that the mystery of MH370 will be resolve soon.
On the brighter side, we had three weddings this year.
They were born on the same year, and married on the same year too.
Except for my sister.
So much had happen in 2014, the bad and the good.
However, life most goes on.
Lets move forward and strive for our best in the next coming days.
Happy New Year to all.
From the moment our angle was born, you were there to comfort, care, protect, educate and LOVE him all the way. I am sure in his own language he’ll probably say ‘I love you’ and ‘You are my hero’ every day. I am very thankful and blessed to have you around when I need you. You have done your best for our son. Thank you for being the BEST Father.
You are the most amazing and brilliant person I’ve ever known in my entire life. You know the answer to every problem. You know the way to make me feel comfortable. You where there when I was at my lowest point. You are the reason behind every achievement I’ve made. Thank you for always there to support what ever I do. I am truly sorry for all of my wrong doings. I love you ayah. You are indeed the BEST DAD EVER! You will always be my super hero.