Friday, October 27, 2006

Let's Make a U-Turn


The serenity after-the-rain effect - grape leaf of the hidden garden

"Plan ahead - It wasn't raining when Noah built the ark"

The hibernating season of my blog has ended today. I guess most of you who checked here regularly would have noticed my pause. Well... I'm back!
I hope it is not too late to wish all of you out there:

"SELAMAT HARI RAYA AIDILFITRI" or "EID MUBARAK" to all the muslims.

In Malaysia it's a national celebration, therefore we all celebrating it for one month exactly, with open houses everywhere. It's a time of understanding, integration and unity of all races and creed. We are very lucky again this year to have celebrated it closely with Deepavali.

"HAPPY DEEPAVALI" to all the Hindus.

And to add to that, it was my birthday on Deepavali exactly and doubly I celebrated it on the 13th Ramadhan as well following the Islamic Calendar. So I had so much to be thanked for this month of October. A triple celebration.
I am back to KL/Selangor for good. Leaving behind the forest of memory in Mulu. It's a wonder place that everyone should pay a visit. However, there's no place in this world like home.

At the moment, I am still figuring out my next course of action. At the same time I am going to share with you all my thoughts. Something of good learning to everyone. I am still trying to collect the bits and pieces to make it comprehensible. Writing has always been a good thing. Sharing with you all I guess is a satisfaction.

So no matter what happens, life goes on. The journey will never end. I will always write something. Unlike other things, this ability of mind will never go adrift. I need to fix things up. Lots to be fixed and mended.

Allah does allow U-turns

5 comments:

  1. Salaam Liza, It's very good to see you back again with your beautiful photos and lovely writing. It looks like we have both been taking a summer pause. Thank you for your kind comments over at my blog. I look forward to reading more of your writing too.
    May the Real guide our pens!

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  2. Liza, Welcome back. Journey on, that is what life is all about. life is an adventure. Makes its as colorful as ever. Have a nice day.

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  3. Happy belated birthday! So you're moving back to KL? Arh, I was just planning Gua Mulu trip coming December...anyway will mail you for advice :p

    See you later then! :)

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  4. Katherine - It's been my pleasure to read your blog. Life has taught me new lessons lately. Am still struggling to write something new. May Allah guide me.

    Pak Idrus - Yes Pak Idrus, I have lived a very colourful life indeed. Thank you for being my loyal reader as always.


    Low - Hi Low! So you are back from Nepal. Sounds like an interesting journey indeed. Lucky you, always travelling the world. Well... you can email me anytime, my friend.

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  5. First time here, bloghop from somewhere. Beautiful writimgs you have in here, sure I'll be back.

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