Sunday, December 28, 2008


A comment by one 'telur dua' on the latest Isreali air-strike on Gaza caught my attention,

  1. People everywhere and in Malaysia will do well to remember Gandhi’s words. ‘An eye for an eye makes the whole world blind.’

Wisdom of 'forgive and forget' is the key to solve this conflict since long long ago, as long as history can remember.............

Saturday, December 27, 2008


I practise Bhante Kovida Qi Gong

Bhante comments on his book...
Some people will be surprised and puzzled while others, no doubt, will be shocked and upset with my explanation of certain topics such as khamma and rebirth, since many teachers explain these topics otherwise.

My thoughts on these subjects should not be viewed as concrete truths but rather as different ways of looking and reflecting on aspects of the Dhamma. We should, after all, keep an open and inquiring mind, and resist the easy temptation of clinging to views and opinions. We must always be alert to the persisting habit of the clinging/craving mind because it's really not important what we think and want to believe. What really matters, and what the Buddha kept reminding people, is that our minds and hearts are peaceful and free from suffering and dis-ease, ego pride, arrogance and conceit, and blessed with the four sublime states of loving kindness, compassion, sympathetic joy and equanimity.

Another jewel that I found,

"When I do good, I feel good. When I do bad, I feel bad. And that's my religion. - Abraham Lincoln"

Thursday, December 25, 2008


Today is a very special day to me, not because today is Christmas day, but because a jewel that I found in internet finally found this blog, "Gary's Garden".

I believe, in doing whatever thing, sincerity is a must. Lacking of it makes the whole matter not meaningful at all.