Thursday, September 29, 2005

Life: Present and Future

Life is indeed such a wonderful thing. God given, unexplained, parents brought me here, the stork dropped of the package, or the ever famous phrase: "Err, my parents picked me up from the pasarmalam (night market)?!"

Life has always been a puzzle to mankind. At least, for now, it's puzzling to me as well. "Why am I here?", "Is there a reason for me being here on Earth?". All sorta questions rambling on and on in my head, often without an answer. And most of the time, it's when I am either walking or driving, when's there's nothing I can actually do (with focus) other than THINK. In this case, QUESTION. So many questions left unanswered. I guess everyones' the same - we all have these questions in our heads and minds that are left unanswered, unattended to - maybe - we are just procrastinating, too busy or simply not bothered. Others probably too contented with life.

Well, as for me, I am always bogged down with new things. And with new things (eventhough it brings new "challenges"), comes unchartered territories which I am not sure what the next course of action will be. And how to react to things. Being afraid to act and disappointed in not having results nor delivering results also makes the whole thing bigger in proportion! Lost me already. Well, trust me, everybody gets lost sometimes!

FEAR. Someone once said that we all live life in fear. Live life in fear. We fear our parents when we were young - that's why we take out the garbage and sweep the yard, fear our teachers - that's why we complete our homework, we fear our bosses - so that they don't sack us and scold us in front of our clients, we fear God and lastly, we are afraid of ourselves. Afraid that we might be too rich and famous? I fear not. I think it's fear there's no us. Ego, in that sense. 3 little alphabets that cause civilizations to kill, murder and rape just for power and ego. How small a word can make a world we live in today, full of fear.

It's sad that many like myself; compare, compare and compare with others what others have and what we don't. Until, 1 fine day when we realise that there's others that don't have what we have. There's a saying that my friend truly lives by "Don't question why my shoes are ugly, imagine someone without feet". At least it sure sounds like that. So why compare? When we stop comparing, that's when compare changes to contentment. Something no one can do in this world. No one. It's so difficult to be contented with even ourselves. Remember the last time we went shopping and wanted to buy ourselves that nice little thing all for ourselves. Still want it? :) And even after obtaining it, it's still not enough. Sigh. Double sigh. And what about whenever we check ourselves in the mirror and realise there's this small hair / zit right abou t there. Don't we wish we were the handsome David Beckhams or Posh Spices of this world. Maybe not all.

It's just with a heavy heart that I would like to share my discontentment. Discontentment about myself, with myself. Many has said that my expectations of myself far exceeds anyone else without the same time frame. That I am over-stressing myself. But that's me. That's just me. Hmmm.. meditation called for. Does swimming-meditation count?

Monday, September 19, 2005

Testing testing 1234

Here's testing my blog and how to blog from email to blogger

Photos of me




Secure toilet!


Thought I share a piece of my photo collection. It was hidden somewhere in my DELL. This photo really amuses me. To think that people actually steal toilet rolls really saddens me. But what to do, toilet paper's quite expensive nowadays ;)

Friday, September 09, 2005

Mobile sphere - Love of my life


Truly remarkable. Unbearable stress and deadlines. Juggling between servicing phones, marketing plans & proposals, technical issues, 3G, customized Celcom Nokia phones - Nseries, training and weekend roadshow, etc. It's tough, stress-filled, but I truly enjoy what my plate has to offer.

For those who hasn't been in touch. I have moved outta Setenang and into a new place. Attached above is my humble room ;) in Wangsa Maju, section 10. It's about 15 mins to work, which I truly enjoy the benefits of living nearby and not having to travel so far / long to work daily. Apparently, stats have shown that an average person actually travels 1/3 his life - and that's just to work alone!

Now with technology, H.263 ( I can't help to bring out the geek in me ) and broadband speeds of Internet access, it's nice to know that some lucky people can tele-work from home.

Regardless of what's happening in this world today (fuel surcharges, Hurricanes in the States, World of Warcraft, men in Mars, roti canai in space), it's truly challenging and new. Fresh. Mobile. Content. Marketing.

I wish I could share this immense joy and satisfaction I am gettin out of life and work. It's never been better. Promotions in 3 months, another coming at the end of the year. New prototype devices to play with. Services Over The Air (OTA) and unlimited connectivity paid for. Who could ask for more?!? Jealous... no need lah. Your day will come. Just remain positive and stead-fast on your BELIEVES and DREAMS. Work towards it and never give up!

Over n' Out!