Sunday, July 30, 2006


Went for MPPPU's Badminton Competition yesterday and I think we(my friend and I) did pretty okay considering we won the first game against the first team and then lost to Isaac's team in the second round. I must say that it's an awesome experience and watching some of these people play is really inspiring. Hmm... guess I still have a long way to go.

Besides that, the Eden's Gotong-Royong band(consists of Cheng Yee, Isaac, Jaeson, Ryan and I) had a little meeting over breakfast just now in the morning. We have decided on 4 songs. Not sure if I'm suppose to tell the whole world yet but umm... yeah.. you can find clues to the song on my blog. :)

Wednesday, July 26, 2006

busy busy busy

Probably from now on till the end of my Form 6 I will be a very busy chap. First of all, I'm part of the English Language Society(ELS) Board of Directors and in that club itself I have to plan for the Farewell Dinner 05/06, newspaper distribution as well as the Talent Time. Yes, in that order. During all that I also have to prepare for my coming 1st monthly test, which will be held from the 9th till 11th of August(in about 2 weeks time).

That's just school.

There's also the coming Eden's Gotong-Royong Campaign band-thing. We need to rehearse for the band soon cause the event would be pretty huge and about 1000 people will be there to gather at the Jubli Intan Hall on the 20th of August.

All of that PLUS all the studies that I will have to catch up.


Tuesday, July 25, 2006

happy together

Me and you happy together.

This is so brilliant.

Wednesday, July 12, 2006

can't stop

As some of you may have already know, one of my favourite band of all time is: Red Hot Chili Peppers and I really like them not just for their music as well as their awesome music videos; much thanks to their quirky humour. Enjoy "Can't Stop".


Tuesday, July 11, 2006

incoming test

I'm going to have my first monthly test soon from the 9th of August till the 11th of August 2006.

Gotta study!

(considering how little I know, at the moment)

Monday, July 03, 2006

what makes you think you're right?

Like the title suggest, what makes you think your judgement is right? Many times I've seen people(heck, even in the youth group) getting labeled as unfaithful Christian or not walking right just because their involvement in the youth is lacking hence, the lack of 'attention' or 'priviledges' from others in the group. I think this is a worrying trend because who gives you the right to label one person as a 'good' Christian or a 'bad' or even 'back-sliding' Christian? People always assume that a person is walking right with God because he/she is involved greatly in the youth ministry and another person isn't walking as right as the other just because he/she ISN'T playing a big part in the group.

Well, this just seems wrong. Why?

Always remember this verse from the Bible: "In the same way you judge others, you will be judged, and with the measure you use, it will be measured to you."

Yes, I'm guilty of passing on judgement on others and one day unless I repent, the very same way I judged others, God will judge me with my own ridiculous measure. I have learned a great lesson about it during the past year or so and I've come to realise how unfair things can be at times for people, who have been misunderstood.

Because of that, they could feel neglected and not belonged. They may very well be people who are working hard on THEIR own ministry in school or at home but because of all that misunderstanding and lack of fair treatment, they may even falter. They will seem so small in everyone's eyes.

And because they seem so tiny, and unimportant just because they don't play much role in your GREAT plan, they will always be the last to recieve any kind treatment that's been given to others, who seem so openly 'serving' in the group.

Remember, "Truly, I say to you, as you did it to one of the least of these my brethren, you did it to me." Mathew 25-40.

Saturday, July 01, 2006

Boss ODB-3

I went to JB's Tebrau City on Friday with my family. Everytime I step into the mall, I will definitely go to Masai Yamaha Music Shop cause they have a bunch of music stuff(a lot more compared to the tiny Lemon Musical Store here in Kluang) and also that's where I bought my 2nd bass the Ibanez GSR200. I went there and I gave the Boss OverDrive Bass(ODB-3) Pedal a good 10-15 mins demo.

In short: I LOVE it.

I really wish I could buy that someday. It sounds super cool and as far as my ears allow me discern out of that bunch of fuzzy, overdriven tone, there are 3 distinct type of sound that I can make without many tweaks and turns. I tried to play Chili Pepper's 'Around the World' with it and it sounds so awesome(although I failed miserably cause I couldnt remember how to play it due to the amount of excitement in fooling around with the pedal). If any of you have an extra RM320 lying around, do consider buying that for me and I will be eternally grateful to all of you. ;)

Here's a picture of it so that I can look at it everyday and drool:

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