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Books
Books I have completed reading since January 2017:

1. Angelopolis - Danielle Trussoni
2. The Magicians - Lev Grossman
3. The Magic Circle - Jenny Davidson
4. Memories - Lang Leav
I'm ET.
Sunday. 3.31.13 5:20 am
I'm ET.

Really. I think.

I was reading up Doreen Virtue's book on Earth Angels and I found myself under the category of Starpeople. These kind of people often don't feel Earth as home and have a hard time adapting to earth life and many more characteristics, which I could relate. This somehow makes me understand why I had such a hard time growing up in my household. To be frank, I think I finally adapted to life here.

The most ... eerie (?) part is I was reading elsewhere that starpeople might receive visitors or a guide when we are at the age of 5. We might not recognise who this guide is, but we will just know who they are. I had experienced this twice or even thrice. I remember seeing a black figure during bedtime in my family's bedroom when I was around 5. My family members were already asleep and I thought it was the car light from our room window that was shining my father's back, but it wasn't. It just stood there, and I heard a voice telling me it's father. Being an innocent child, I ignored it and went to sleep.

I saw this figure again in 2009 and also on my 19th birthday.

Anyways, if you want to read more about this, try clicking here Starpeople Angel. It's a cut and paste from the book I mentioned.

Whether or not I'm ET, new age stuff is interesting to read and learn. So read with an open mind.

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Car for wedding
Wednesday. 3.27.13 9:37 pm
I cannot understand why the groom/bride could not provide transport for the guests.

Ok.

Perhaps that's too much. But maybe you can at least arrange transport for your international guests?? Or get someone to take care for them on your behalf?

I'm amazed with my friends who care so little for their international guests. We are talking about guests coming as far from Japan attending your wedding, and you just tell them "Here's my wedding reception, so see you there."

If your wedding reception is in the city, that's ok. But you guys tend to have it in some rural areas where it is beyond the trails of public transport. Do you expect your guests who already spend so much on their tickets and accommodation to spend another USD 100 for their cab back and fro? I'm embarrass and please don't dump your guests on me. I'm not a taxi for I'm having trouble to attend your wedding.

At least, keep some of your brain cells for taking care of your guests. The birds and the bees can wait.

Geez. This is the second time I face such situation. I bet the upcoming third wedding I'm invited would be as worse as this.

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Do something good
Tuesday. 3.26.13 9:58 am
Well, I did some volunteer work today at some Buddhist centre distributing food to the homeless. I learned how to wrap the rice with vegetables. Although the food is for the homeless, they looked so good. There's mock chicken in sweet and sour sauce!

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Bump
Sunday. 3.24.13 11:39 am
Wow. I bumped into the world number one squash player last night while walking around Bukit Bintang.

That was my fourth time seeing her.

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Crazy premonition
Thursday. 3.21.13 9:48 am
What if your friend who went missing for some time on facebook suddenly show up and say "Hey! I'm so undercover!"?

Right. I just woke up from a dream.

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Dai-chan
Sunday. 3.17.13 9:47 am
Dai-chan (dai means big in Japanese) is my friend's cat back in New Zealand during my college days. It was so huge that I was so shocked to see its size. It's the size of two basketballs. And my friend was so surprised to see my expression that she informed that that's the normal size of a house cat.

Well, the cats back here are pretty scrawny...

After a few years of my first meeting, Dai-chan was diagnosed with cancer and it emaciated. I could not recognised it. All I could see was Dai-chan's bones.

My heart ached.

And one day, Dai-chan was gone. I was looking around in the home and I didn't see it running around and its usual place was removed.

My friend broke the news. I was sad...

I have totally forgotten about Dai-chan until I watched a documentary "My cat from hell". The cat whisperer, Jackson, was trying hard to persuade the girlfriend of a couple to keep the cat. The cat was always disturbing her during her healing and yoga session that she threw the cat out of the room.

Because the girl is a healer, she gave the cat a healing session and felt the cat was receiving the healing... and the cat snoozed on the bed. So Jackson was telling her to try working with animals because there must be a reason for having the cat in her life. It could be it's time for her to expand her healing gift with animals.

She reflected and she began allowing the cat to join her during her healing session with clients...

And Jackson was telling her that animals also have spirituality side...

That broke me into tears...

My friend has a room for her altar and Dai-chan was always trying to enter it, but she didn't allow because her baby was always beside her while praying, thus the room must be cleaned from the cat's fur.

When I saw how she shoo-ed Dai-chan and was telling us why she did that, a voice was telling me that Dai-chan loves to be in that room because it gave him solace and peace and what's more pain alleviation.

I didn't heed the voice because I was not in contact with my gift at that time. After hearing what Jackson said, I wonder if I told my friend what I feel about Dai-chan would make a difference because I know she had done whatever she can to reduce his pain.

I hope Dai-chan has a better life now ... I will trust my instinct now...




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