My Own Happiness Project

My Own Happiness Project
because happiness begins inside and flows out...



5 things I plan (Lord willing) to do before I die:
1. Pass down my genes (basic and primitive need)
2. Catch a flight to Japan (I always dream of growing old and dying there)
3. Have an ARTEo Foundation for the less fortunate
4. Found a walk-in home for pregnant-teenagers needing shelter and care
5. Materialise Cafe Philosoffee

5 things I can do:
1. See
2. Hear
3. Taste
4. Feel
5. Smell
(and I think that's as complete as I need to get on with life)

5 things I cannot do (yet):
1. Have a handsome, or even pretty, or even cute savings
2. Sing without feeling self-conscious
3. Make sense of hi-tech computer language
4. Fly... a plane I mean... (which I intend to learn)
5. Tocang my hair... too short.

5 things that attract me to the opposite sex:
1. Independence
2. Strong character and will
3. Intellect
4. Home-maker
5. Similar sense of humour
(this list could go on-and-on, good thing it stops here)

5 things I say most often:
1. Oi boss...
2. I know, I know... (irritated expression)
3. I don't mean to be rude... (before saying something rude)
4. Hey, that guy's wrong.. actually it's...
5. If I were you...

5 things I love: (other than God, myself, family and my friends)
1. Good coffee
2. Good coffee
3. Good coffee
4. Good coffee
5. Good coffee

5 things I love: (other than good coffee)
1. Better coffee
2. Any superman paraphenalia
3. Good photographic opportunities
4. Angels paraphenalia
5. Jazz

5 things I hate:
1. Coming dateline
2. Emotional divas
3. That I cannot read Chinese
4. Snakes, lizards and all reptiles
5. Lousy cold coffee

5 pesky things about me:
1. Pride
2. Procrastinate
3. Perfectionist
4. Short-fused temper
5. Laser-mouthed



From the bottom of my heart

I'm moving my thoughts and two-cents here to leave Cafe Philosoffee dedicated to coffee reviews and comments on new-found eateries.

Lately it has been difficult to write, partly due to the constant movement that this new job requires. In fact I just came back from a National Convention for PROSTAR - a youth programme developed by the Ministry of Health to promote healthy adolescence - and a field visit to 3 Health Offices in Peninsular Malaysia that run PROSTAR Youth Centres. Touching down only at 8 last night, today was a full day of official correspondence and a briefing to Entertainment Centers orperators around KK regarding the importance of getting their GROs and Commercial Sex Workers to check for HIV and STDs.

Though tired from work, I am still glad to stand apart from those who doesn't enjoy their job. This is the kind of tiredness that puts me right to sleep at night, knowing that I've at least done something worth-while for the day.