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05 April 2013

MacGyver~ing To A Vantage Point With Hands Tied Behind Your Back

From Nizzam, The Father of Arwah Bayi AdeLia:
Saturday 6 April 2013;
11 am morning, from Shah ALam (Malaysia).

The failure to negate the grounds of one’s limitations, is just as destructive as letting limitations indefinitely determine one’s course of action.  A testament if this was far from the truth, would render even the construction of The Great Wall of China to be incomplete until this day.  We could also add that unless Rome was actually built in a day, it’s far more responsible and non-cowardice to adapt perseverance as the prime element to overcome the threshold of our limitations.

Perseverance however, carries a meaning that absolutely distinguishes itself from the words uniform, rigid, repetition, routine, replica or even conventional (just to name a few).  Depending on how extensive a particular limitation was left to fester, perseverance first requires a realistic optimist to seize the most opportune moment for an entirely renewed perspective.  From then on, all that is left is for him or her to harness a gritty willpower from that perspective that prevents such limitations from becoming negatively aggravated.

No matter how awkward, illogical or embarrassing it may be, there will be times when a Hard~Nosed Level of Self Respect is the indispensable catalyst for perseverance to really give anyone a “run for their money”.  Notwithstanding all the metaphors known and uttered, merely claiming to persevere will not do the trick, unless there is a degree of self respect that enables you to live by them.  Otherwise it might as well wrap up to be another pretext to not associate your everyday practices to definite sins. 

24 March 2012

Never Under-Estimate The Power Of One

From Nizzam, The Father of Arwah Bayi AdeLia:
Tuesday 14 February 2012;
9:10 pm night, from Putrajaya (Malaysia).

Respectfully to the readers of My Auntie Huda's Mamasita-Mamamia Blogspot.

I personally extend my gratitude and thanks for your moral support and advice, where to be given such an overwhelming audience does reflect that people still choose to act civil. May Allah continue to give me and my wife the wisdom, strength, perseverance and courage to do what is right, and to make both our daughters ALesha & AdeLia proud. Wherever they both are, we will always be there for them. No sound parent would ever accept any unnecessary harm to be bestowed upon their children, especially by the hands of others.

With regards to the Inquest Result today for our Dearly Departed AdeLia, time and again has proven that everyone except JKM & KPWKM are doing the right thing for us, the aggrieved, as compared with what they have been proven to have chosen to do for the nursery. By the time they realize their direction was wrong, it'll be too late for them and too late for any mercy from us. Don't they know that Malaysia is also an 'Island that cannot survive by itself' ? The famous saying was 'No Man Is An Island' actually.

My Daughter AdeLia was never an 'acceptable loss' to this country. With the mindful approach made so that Malaysia's citizens are able to grasp and understand what has transpired to lead to Her demise, today will definitely not be Her elder sister ALesha's first and last time in the court-room. I say this because, if the taska was foolish enough to commit perjury/mendacity, wicked enough to lodge a false police report, greedy enough to transfer children from their registered nursery to their un-registered nurseries and confident enough that the corrupted few who shame the 'Public Servant' title, are their invincible buddies 'whom are covered', let us all now prove them wrong once and for all so that even the next 'an - najah educare centre' wannabe, is going to feel it. Godwilling, no one should ever under-estimate the 'Power of One'.
February 14, 2012 9:10 PM

11 June 2011

The Math In Chess

In the game of chess that involves a ruthless battle between minds, a chessplayer’s strategy and tactics does require a certain mastery of logic and mathematics when considering between one's command over chess pieces, time and position.  As similar in life, the ability to critically think on your own is absolutely necessary in chess, when devising the sequential deployment of distinctive chess pieces that are uniquely designed to capture the opponent’s ‘‘King’’.  In aiming to do so, the beauty of the ordeal lies in how creatively and simply that the chessplayer may achieve this either from the start, during the middle or towards the ending of the game.  Nevertheless, the brilliant execution of each stage will indeed make the next one be much easier.          

While some carelessly play their chess pieces for an immature offensive, it is the element of sacrifice which although is difficult to undertake, would actually turn out to be the ultimate ‘piece of art’ for total victory in the end.  This is because when chess players sacrifice a chess piece of a higher value for a significantly lower one, it would definitely trigger the opponent in a combination of anticipated moves that would then bring the overall tactical advantage to those cunningly making the sacrifice.  Hence when the opponent’s motives become increasingly obvious throughout the game, this will then further expose their chess pieces to progress only in a more deadly and self-destructive manner that merely reflects their desperation or ‘’Zugwang’’.

The crucial ‘‘central control’’ in a chess match, is all about the ability to gain tempo and space across all the key positions of a chessboard.  In ancient times when this game was developed with the intent of teaching battle strategies, playing chess remains fairly accurate in mirroring our strengths of instinct and skill in overcoming defeat.  While eventually skills can be learned, it is more important to ensure that chessplayers are able to harness their instincts to the point of being able to exert control over the center, without their chess piece having to physically occupy it.  Because other than the danger of a stalemate, it is certain that ‘’one King will stand to see the other in checkmate’’.       

27 May 2011

When Time Stands Still

Its fascinating when we frequently see how much of the truth does go into the saying that ‘’time and tide waits for no man’’.  However, if one decides to wait for the exact right time in order to do something, the odds of that perfectly right time presenting itself are extremely rare.  Hence people ought to make time for their hobbies, before they totally forget what was good to do once upon a time.

 Unlike habits and more like our fingerprints, hobbies relate to what one is personally compassionate about.  Ultimately, it is our hobbies that simply remind us of what it’s like to be a normal human being and they can change according to our surroundings just as easily like how the chameleon changes its colour.  Not only do we feel good when our hobby begins to kick in, we may even get lucky enough to look good when we are photographed while doing them, no matter how candid the shot may be.

Since time-travel is still purely science-fiction, having a hobby will have to do for the time being, for the most of us.  Where in some instances people actually get paid to do what they love, the rest tend to bear some form of cost in one way or the other.  Amazingly for as long as the mind believes in free will and the able body has the avenue to exercise that belief, there will always be room for people to have a hobby.