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Who am I?
Who am I? That the Lord of all the earth, Would care to know my name, Would care to feel my hurt.
Who am I? That the bright and morning star, Would choose to light the way, For my ever wandering heart.
I am a flower quickly fading, Here today and gone tomorrow, A wave tossed in the ocean, A vapor in the wind. Still you hear me when I'm calling, Lord, you catch me when I'm falling, And you've told me who I am. I am yours. I am yours.

by Casting Crowns



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Tuesday, March 27, 2007

The Colour of Clear

The Colour of Clear
One shot. You like him. It’s so obvious. You’re as see through as glass. Transparent. Clear. Obvious.

i like how it was written.

~2:58 am

From the deep I cry
I am needing change in my life
I have let the cold creep in and lock my ability to feel (deeply)
Just now a shaft of light shot through my soul
Opening up the windows and the doors
Reaching to the corners and my flaws
Showing my need

I'm running out of time to live
Running out of love to give
Running out of life within
God help me
God help me

I don't care who stares
Never want to be where I have been again
Grace has taken over and drawn me in and I am embracing it
'Cause now I see Your light drawing me close
Overwhelming love I don't deserve
But I'll take the hope You bring, You hold it out to me
Without You

~2:50 am

Monday, March 19, 2007

1 essay - 1500 words
2 news articles - 300 words each with a 150 words self-critique for every article
1 concert review - 1000 words
2 online test activities
more than 100 pages of readings

all to be done within the span of a week and a half, minusing those days i'm not free

now that's varsity life

full stop

~4:19 am

Saturday, March 17, 2007


"Stained Glass Masquerade" - Casting Crowns

Is there anyone that fails
Is there anyone that falls
Am I the only one in church today feelin' so small

Cause when I take a look around
Everybody seems so strong
I know they'll soon discover
That I don't belong

So I tuck it all away, like everything's okay
If I make them all believe it, maybe I'll believe it too
So with a painted grin, I play the part again
So everyone will see me the way that I see them

Are we happy plastic people
Under shiny plastic steeples
With walls around our weakness
And smiles to hide our pain
But if the invitation's open
To every heart that has been broken
Maybe then we close the curtain
On our stained glass masquerade

Is there anyone who's been there
Are there any hands to raise
Am I the only one who's traded
In the altar for a stage

The performance is convincing
And we know every line by heart
Only when no one is watching
Can we really fall apart

But would it set me free
If I dared to let you see
The truth behind the person
That you imagine me to be

Would your arms be open
Or would you walk away
Would the love of Jesus
Be enough to make you stay

----- -----

What's wrong with me?
I've yet to know...

~1:08 pm

Monday, March 12, 2007


I'm drowning

~3:40 pm

Sunday, March 11, 2007


龔詩嘉 放不下

作曲 方木雄 作詞 徐世珍

你好嗎 你的夜是不是跟我的一樣漫長
是不是 還把我給你的愛好好戴在手上
要堅強 我常常對著鏡子裡的人大聲講
雖然說 獨立的想一個人好像一種懲罰


想著你的溫柔 想著你的模樣 我放不下
都說過了再見 我們各自飛翔 各自長大
抱緊愛會掙扎 放開愛會心慌 神也很忙
離開你 那麼傻 可以後悔嗎

風很大 怕你又穿的太少會讓自己著涼
我很棒 一個人換了燈泡房間變得很亮
每一天 發生的事情我都好想要跟你講
愛很怪 什麼都介意最後又什麼都原諒

想著你的溫柔 想著你的模樣 我放不下
都說過了再見 我們各自飛翔 各自長大
抱緊愛會掙扎 放開愛會心慌 神也很忙
離開你 那麼傻 可以後悔嗎


想著你的溫柔 想著你的模樣 我放不下
都說過了再見 我們各自飛翔 各自長大

想著你的溫柔 想著你的模樣 我放不下
都說過了再見 我們各自飛翔 各自長大
抱緊愛會掙扎 放開愛會心慌 神也很忙
離開你 那麼傻 可以後悔嗎

~7:50 pm

We had the Arts Transition Programme this morning. It was interesting enough that I didn't fall flat asleep, since I only had about 5 hours of sleep. Yesterday night I attended the STRONGER Concert in GTPJ, organized by the youths of GTPJ for the youths! It was really awesome to note the energy in the Maranatha Hall. 26 young lives were saved. To God be the Glory!

After the concert we (Cason, Aaron, Sheow Hui and I) went to SS2 to makan because we're hungry and I haven't taken my dinner yet anyway. Had Claypot Loh Shi Fun, and I tell you, that was the best loh shi fun I've ever tasted. Yummy, it is...

So coming back to the Arts transition programme...

Had a short icebreaker with Dr. Yeoh in charge. He asked questions and we have to go to the area which says, "Yes", "No" and "I don't know/I don't care". The last question was really cute. He asked on whether we thought America is a good and great country. Or somewhere along that line...Almost all of us went to the 'No' category and a handful in the 'I don't know/I don't care' area. NONE were in 'Yes'. That cracked me up.

Played treasure hunt in the library. Our group didn't win. LOL...our 2nd clue disappeared off even though we found the book. Guess it was stuck within pages we couldn't see.
Oh, then one guy in our group, his name is Alvin, and he looked rather 'nerd' in a TMY-ish fashion. During tea-time, he asked whether Chris Sam and I were together or not after Chris took a sip from my tea. Chris, Chien Aun, Anna and I looked at each other incredulously and explained that Chris already had a girlfriend. But man...Alvin asked our group (which excluded Chris Sam, to include Kenneth) whether were we single or not. All of us answered in the negative and I was surprised that Kenneth had no girlfriend, and he confessed that he never had a girlfriend before either. Anna and I looked weirdly at him I guess, because we could never believe that. Because he looked like the kind of guy that would have a lot of girls chasing after him. Anna, being Anna, blurted out that fact, "You look like the kind of guy that would have a lot of girlfriends before." I laughed.

Played a bit more games, listened to talks about essay writing and plagiarism. Then after lunch Chris drove me home, before rushing off to KL for his father's business.

I slacked until church service. But boy...today's service was power. The speaker, Indri Gautama, spoke with fervour and an alarming sense of brutal honesty that just pierces to people's minds and hearts. She probably 'step on a lot of toes' with her bluntness, but she makes the people laugh with her wit. Throughout the whole sermon, I was either laughing or wincing. Man, she's good. Really good.

P.S: By the way, did you guys know that KCA was called "Ah Moi" by the exit ticket fellow at Summit? This happened after we watched the movie '300'. Cute indeed...

~12:09 am

Wednesday, March 07, 2007

I'm such a bimbo

But why do I sound like an aunty?

Click here to watch "Idiot Nation"

~12:06 am

Tuesday, March 06, 2007


Mozart "Don Giovanni"

Cindy Lauper "True Colours"

Ray Charles "Baby, it's cold outside"

~12:22 am

Sunday, March 04, 2007

Domine Deus miserere mei



Domine Deus miserere mei
Domine Deus miserere mei
Domine Deus miserere mei
Domine Deus miserere mei

Carry me away from the dark I fear
when the storm is near
from the endless night
from my blinded sight
to a sky of light

Free me to fly away
Free me


Domine Deus miserere mei
Domine Deus miserere mei

Carry me away from the things that harm
on a sea of calm
from the endless night
from my blinded sight
to a sky of light
Free me to fly away


Free me to fly away


Domine Deus miserere mei
Domine Deus miserere mei
Domine Deus miserere mei
Domine Deus miserere mei




~2:56 pm

~2:38 pm

Thursday, March 01, 2007

January 27, 2007 (part two)

The long-awaited sequel of "January 27, 2007 (part one)" has now arrived!

Note: Dialogues are not entirely accurate, but are along that line of thought.

"Vivacity" would be a word to describe TCC (The Coffee Connoisuer). Comfortable chairs around tiny coffee tables creates a friendly atmosphere for chit-chatting. As 3 friends sat down, an easy-going vibe was among them. Ben ordered an expresso (with I forgot how many shots). When his expresso arrived, Lynette laughed gaily at how small an expresso cup really was. Honestly, she had no idea it was that tiny! A first in experience for her, that was. Zhi Ai had a pretty normal order, which tasted rather good and sweet. It probably went well with the dessert Lynette ordered. The author here has forgotten what the dessert name was, only that it consisted of white wine in tiny, cubic biscuits, completed with strands of chocolate fudge and mixed berries. A Cinnamon Latte, that she took, which the teaspoon was replaced with a cinnamon stick. That was a glorious luxury!

But wait! The story went a bit too fast. So let us all backtrack a bit. We'll now go to the part where a waiter comes in with the 3 good friends' orders...

A waiter, tall, fair, slender and polite, came to the table filled with laughter, talk and swooning about "TRAVIS! HE'S SO HOT IN 'SO YOU THINK YOU CAN DANCE'! AHHHHHH! LOOK AT HIM WHEN HE DANCED 'SEXYBACK', THAT WAS THE ULTIMATE! SO BEAUTIFUL, SO GORGEOUS!"
Speaking as a completely objective third party observer with absolutely no personal interest in the matter, this author notes that the waiter was probably quite intimidated by the laughter Lynette and Zhi Ai were producing.

From the description above, one may take the waiter to be a female, but alas! To the ever-growing joy of the 2 crazy females, the waiter was a really cute guy in glasses. (Note: Glasses are mentioned because for Zhi Ai, that is a huge turn on.) Since the guy was cute with spectacles, Zhi Ai obviously took notice of him rather quick and nudged Lynette, "The waiter seems nervous. His voice was trembling when he gave us our orders."

Lynette wondered a bit, and nodded her head, agreeing with what her friend said.
And then more talk about how hot some PARTICULAR guys were carried on, with poor Ben left in the dust. Then Ben uttered this, "It's quite funny how girls go on and on about how hot guys look, from the shape of their eyes, nose, lips, body and the way they carry themselves. Whereas for guys, we only go, 'Hey, that girl is cute,' and that's about it." Lynette and Zhi Ai pondered over this for a minute before forcing to acknowledge the truth about that statement.

Ah, then came the loving discussion of relationships. Darling Ben already has a fantastic girlfriend, so all the girls ever asked him were a couple of embarrassing questions which due to the fact this author does not want to get sued, it will remain private. The girls came up with a list of attributes and features their future husbands should have. But both agreed on the fact that the first and foremost criteria would be that their husband must be a man after God's heart.

They then arrived at the fact that Lynette likes guys who look good in long hair, especially at the fringe part and also that Zhi Ai has major jones for people who look cute in glasses. At that point of time, the same boyish waiter came to their table and asked whether they would like a drink of water. Lynette and Zhi Ai agreed. As he turned towards Ben, he asked, "M'am, would you like a glass of water?"

Time stopped then. For a couple of seconds or two before the 2 real females twisted their head to glance at each other before bursting out in crazed laughter. We always knew that Ben were part of being sisters, but to the extent he was mistaken for a lady? Oh never!

The waiter blushed prettily and tried to cover up his mistake, but for the 2 girls, once they started to laugh, they could never stop. When the waiter left to prepare the drinks, the girls teased Ben so bad. And after a while it just clicked that since the guy looked rather cute and wore specs, he was perfectly the right kind of guy Zhi Ai was looking for. In came the dares of who were going to get the phone number of the waiter. Of course, it was all very much plain talk and not much action, but imagine, if one of them really asked for the number of this cute waiter, what a comedy drama it would unfold.

"They're still laughing about just now," Ben said with a grin to the waiter boy as he gave us our drinks. The poor dude blushed again, and it was seriously very cute. Since Lynette was sitting just opposite to where the guy was standing, she saw his name tag rather clearly. Ah...Si Zheng...

Now fast forward to after the 3 of them went back home. Lynette is a mightily curious individual, and pretty good in searching out for things. Guess what she did when she got to her laptop? Google the name 'Si Zheng', and boy did she find him. On friendster, that was...

So what happened next? Did the 3 of them got in contact with the guy again? Have Zhi Ai and Si Zheng become good chums yet?

We'll leave the rest of the story there for you readers to imagine.

The End.

~3:21 am