Saturday, July 23, 2011

Hairel Taufiq

Today I got a call from Hasana in Melor regarding Hairil Taufiq. He passed away this morning in Batu Pahat.
Hairil would be about 11 month now. He was warded in Melor in March and left us in May. One of the longest staying patient we had. I was amazed by the mother's patience. Not once she complaint. When he left, I was so happy for him.
Today, a piece of my heart went with him. Shed another tears for another patient that stole my heart...
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Sunday, July 10, 2011

Building A Rainbow at the End of The Yellow Brick Road

09072011 will be marked in Malaysian history as the day the people spoke out against corrupted electoral system in this country.

I am not a voter. I guess it was my quiet way fighting the election. Always think that it is a sham and never believe that whoever I choose as my representatives never had my best interest. Don't want to be a part of something that is a huge lie!

But today, seeing my fellow Malaysians taking the long walk, I started to think that maybe there is still hope for us to be a country that is truly democratic. After all, regardless of which side we are....we all want the same thing. Peace and freedom.

Today, I pray quietly as I watched the sea of yellow wave...hoping that we could find a rainbow at the end of the yellow brick  road.

The Prayer

Lost Memory


Friday, July 08, 2011

The Strength Of Love

 I saw this movie a few days ago. It is a tear jerker, made my face and eyes swollen and I loved it. Cameron Diaz was outstanding in a character I would have never thought she could ever bee chosen for. And Abigail Breslin is one of those child actor that you know going to be great one day.

The movie unfolds the different levels of love when face by unimaginable amount of griefs. How a mother's love would not allow her to surrender to the fate that was dealt to her child. How a father's love allows him to show strength quietly, the strength to stop fighting and surrender. How a brother's love are given unconditionally despite him being deprived of the attention that any child requires when he himself are dealt with disability. And finally a sister's love, whom would sacrifice anything even her body and health, but to finally show love by sacrificing her own relationship with the rest of the family.

One of the best movie I ever is all about love, life and sacrifices. How in are given the chance to live.

Thursday, July 07, 2011

My Marcus

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Well this is another blog about another patient of mine. He has a long story in IJN. Been here since April 11th and has been under my care in most part. So needless to say, I am fairly attached to him.

He is on his road to recovery, and will leave us soon. I would love to write in detail about how much he kick up a fuss when we put BIPAP on him, or how peaceful he looks when he sleeps, or the time where we had to change his arterial cannulations 4 days in a row...or how he had grown deep in my heart...but I shall not.

This is just a short note to remind me of my Marcus, and how I would not miss him, not even a little bit, even if I never see him again...
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