Blessed are you

IN my hometown church on the Second Day of the Lunar New Year, the pastor said: “Blessed are those who come to the Morning Worship Service.” My mind screamed: “What a statement. I was thinking of attending the Evening Worship... more »

The wonderful change

“WE should not take away what are rightfully the people’s” I was awed. I really love it. Those are the words of our Prime Minister. Datuk Seri Najib Abdul Razak was speaking at the Prime Minister’s Department monthly assembly in... more »

Sarawak ‘mourns’ with hope

There is something in his name. “I am Adenan Satem, and I keep my promises. I am Adenan Satem and I’m in favour of giving assistance to Chinese schools. “I am Adenan Satem and I’m in favour of recognising UEC... more »

The Papa Bear of forbearance

AS my daughter was perfecting her baking skills in shaping and decorating some Christmas bear cookies, I decided to go for some light reading before retiring to bed. There have been some tiring times over the month but the Lord... more »

The best possible news

Dec 13. Tuesday 8.32pm. IGP Tan Sri Khalid Abu Bakar tweeted to congratulate the Sarawak police for arresting the prime suspect in the alleged murder of Bill Kayong. Next, I read a statement from State CP Datuk Mazlan Mansor, confirming... more »

Let’s consult the town clerk

NOT every doctor can do counselling. We need a trained clinical psychologist to address the root of the problem and treat the people properly. We have cases in Sibu. A person suffering from depression is not diagnosed properly or given... more »

A lesson from Arnie, the ant

This week, I got a surprise email from a publisher which read: “I am writing to you because a few months ago, you wrote an article about Elisabeth Elliot and her story regarding an ant and a contact lens. “I... more »
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