Thursday, September 25, 2008

Thank you

I really appreciate and applaud those who have spent their time in reading what I assume as my down-to-earth entries, may it be heart-warming praises or harsh criticism. As a matter of fact, I’m looking forward to those who could give me different ideas than mine, in which I could reflect on an issue in different point of views.

As a response to comments by an anonymous reader, I must say that I respect the person’s opinions and realism. I would say that our upbringings and environments have moulded us in different casts and shapes. One being a pragmatist, and another being an idealist. I have to say that there is a thin fine line that separates idealistic values and reality. And to some, they would take a very pessimistic view on issues which involve collective interest. I believe that the world is in its current sinister and ill state due to the fact that its residents have given up on the values that make us human, and one which I feel constantly being eroded is faith. I truly understand that we need to take a realistic approach on solving issues, but it takes believing in kick-starting this momentous effort. If we do not open up to new ideas and opinions, and instead taking up old-school stand with the excuse of being ‘realistic’, creativity and change which we are in dire need of, will seize to exist. Every change starts with believing ( and I’m not implying day dreaming).

And of course, unity might not be the be-all solution, but at least it is a start rather than whining and ‘silently criticizing’ at mamak stalls and see our nation crumbles!! ;) But thanks for your comments. I love them!!!


PeRaNTaU said...

salam bro....

you might want to look at this:

Anonymous said...

"...but at least it is a start rather than whining and ‘silently criticizing’ at mamak stalls and see our nation crumbles!!..."

watch out dude! tak semua kedai mamak hampeh..ngeh =P


haziq said...

cheh.. chem rupenye..
haha.. at least u did the right thing..

oh, hi fathul!

Anonymous said...


no need to appreciate, as long as i remain anonymous, im either a chicken or just prefer to exist intellectually

mamak stalls are not silent critics. in fact most of the things in the mamak stall are the actual concerns of the people.
it's just that those up there are so ignorant an thick-skulled to be able to hear them.
or maybe that they just chose to simply believe that they have done much for the people that there is not much to be done
i thought u believe that we shoudnt take a pessimistic view on things that involve collective interest

faith is the number one factor for malaysians , yup, i agree, nothing more important, and plus with the education factor, yup, we are all set to be idealist, bt please la , x be like a malaysian idealist, at least not in ur post

anyway, tq 4 responding

Anonymous said...

shallow n general i meant

majin said...
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majin said...

Those who in your view, silently criticize in mamak stalls, had already voted for their MPs. And I strongly believe, that those elcted MPs should take necessery effort to listen to those who voted for them.

A simple suggestion, spend more time on mamak stalls, for example, to listen to those who are really having problem. What for you listen to people inside your own air-conditioned office. Those people are already rich, they just want to get richer.

So just a question to ponder. The people should go to the leader, or otherwise.

tengoklaa sapa yang ada drebar duit minyak pun kerajaan bayar.

p/s: I had a terrible week with anonymousity. But somehow, I like the opinions from the anonymous above.

Fathul Aizat said...

Yeah Majin. i do agree with you. It's nice to have someone to share their opinions which are different from u =)

JHaZKiTaRo said...

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wardatul asrar said...

salam alaik, bro..

nice blog..

juz a simple note, take care..

avoid doing silly milly @ buduhs thingy.. u know wut i mean.. (-_-")

najibah here~..

SuE RaY said...

all d best going 2 melbourne..

wish i could come 2..

n gain more knowledge n experiences for life..

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