A snake joined in a meditation session (a Haiku) When I first joined a meditation retreat. It was in the middle of a jungle. Handling snakes seemed to be a norm for the people there, but not the female participants. In the silent halla snake coiled in the centerin meditation!Horrified one saw‘Don’t move, don’t move,Continue reading “A snake joined in a meditation session”
A ‘Runner-ful’ Wednesday I admire those who can run. The second quote below maybe for me! I prefer walking or Tai Chi-ing! ****************** Quote:-1. “I run because if I didn’t, I’d be sluggish and glum and spend too much time on the couch. I run to breathe the fresh air. I run to explore. IContinue reading “A ‘Runner-ful’ Wednesday”
‘Kenneth in Japan’ is a tri-lingual video about a trip to Kyoto and Tokyo in Japan. And it shows how people reacted towards the odd behaviors of a person with mental disorder in a Shinkansen bullet train. This vignette tells about communication and cultural challenges and handling of an oculogyric crisis.
Traditional Tuesday – in Sarawak- former students doing the Sarawak dance at end of stomaltherapy nursing program.
“你对自己的病感觉如何？” 大多数癌症患者会将癌症与死亡的可能性联系起来。但是，无论是患有癌症，其他疾病（Covid-19，心脏病发作，中风等）还是意外伤害，生命都是一段旅程。据艾伦先生说，生活是一段短暂的旅程。二十年前，当我还是一名年轻护士时，我在一家公立医院遇到了艾伦先生。我问的一个问题是：“您对自己的病情如何？”。在听他讲话时，他试图找到一种简单的方式向我解释。这是当时我得到的最平静，最平静的答案之一。 -陈慧琳 “在这里看到这条电源线。它固定在墙上的电源上。生命是一个短暂的旅程（他沿着电线指向）。患癌症只是我旅途的一部分。很快我将回到原来的地方（指着墙上的源头）-回到上帝，回到天堂。” 其他宗教和信仰也一样吗？ 2 Corinthians 4:18 [虽然我们不看那些看不见的东西，但要看那些看不见的东西。因为看见的是暂时的，看不见的是永恒的。Google translated] while we look not at the things which are seen, but at the things which are not seen; for the things which are seen are temporal, but the things which are not seen are eternal. This Life is But a journey. [“在这个世界上，就好像你是一个陌生人还是一个旅行者。” （先知穆罕默德）Google translated] “BeContinue reading “人生是一段短暂的旅程”
This trilingual video aims to create an awareness on a husband ‘s potential role in early detection, and treatment for a wife’s breast cancer.
Breast Cancer awareness month,
Mysterious Monday and the hikers- Toh HL warns about safety when hiking in Tangjung Tuan forest.
The HR angels, Supported Employment, and the Mentally Disabled. Anna brought three young men from a mental rehabilitation centerfor supported employment.It was to be part of their rehabilitation journey.Tom went in with his mum.He has finished O-level education.”Tom, would you like to work in the kitchen here?””No! I don’t think so!” The HR manager, Lisa,Continue reading “The HR angels, Supported Employment, and the Mentally Disabled.”
The days society brought us up. It was raining heavily. My paper umbrella was huge but tattered with holes. Seven-year-old me reached school, totally a wet rag doll! The teacher wiped me down. She took off her warm woolly sweater for me. Going home, I reached a flooded bridge over a huge drain. The waterContinue reading “The days society brought us up.”
用一块石头杀死两只鸟？- This idiom challenges one to think about objectives achieved per activity