grandpa

Meaningful Hardship

Reminiscing my childhood life, grandpa used to cycle 8 miles to his plantation every other day, weekly, carrying his vintage metal canister filled with black coffee on his ancient bicycle. At the plantation, he would cleared up tall grasses, dug soil to make space for new fruit trees and harvested oil palms - all by …

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breather

Some breather, please.

Living in an expensive buzzing city, sophisticated high rises, heavy traffic in both human and transport are easily witnessed with naked eyes. Musty back-to-back body odour using public transport, humidity, and invisible carbon monoxide on road can only be felt. The feeling of discomfort on our daily commute is inevitable. What are our choices? To …

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faith

Starting from somewhere.

Challenges remained a mystery until we encounter them. We are intrigued by how capable they are in shaping us. Precious learning derives from individual experience, especially those that come with heightened difficulties. It's when we fall hard that we learn laboriously to stand up again; or we never will when phobia checks in. The past …

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