sticks & stones


Recently, there have been so many posts about the Sabah earthquake.
It makes me kind of sad to see the entire cyber world at war with each other about whose fault it is, who we should blame, and who should be responsible.
I don’t understand. Shouldn’t we be empathetic instead of inward-looking? Shouldn’t we extend comfort and love instead of spreading dispute and even hate?
This is a tragedy. We should mourn and pray for the victims & their families.
Not carry out some form of keyboard war over who is right or wrong.

Read this post and it’s exactly what Singapore needs to hear:

We can’t stop the falling rocks but we can stop throwing stones.

These people are heroes.
If you have not given your life to save that of others, then you do not have the right to speak.
Let’s celebrate chivalry and love.
Let’s honour the heroes amongst us.


adventures in a sunny island


I guess we live on a pretty tiny island, but it doesn’t mean we can’t have adventures of our own.

So recently, I visited some fishy friends for the first time…




Had a blast with these people. It’s funny how you find joy in the smallest, simplest of things. A joke shared with a good friend, talks over a meal, walks through enormous man-made tanks with marine life staring back at you. I guess it’s moments like these that make our lives worth living!

I can’t wait to create more memories on this amazing adventure.