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Honouring Mr Lee Kuan Yew

23 Mar 2015: While getting ready for work, Nat told me that Mr Lee Kuan Yew has passed on. I didn't expect the multitude of sadness that followed. Found out that Prime Minister Mr Lee Hsien Loong would be addressing Singaporeans on his father's death at 8am and my heart went out to him. As I was watching his address, I am reminded that no matter who he is, he is still his father's son. When I see the profile and cover pictures of many of my friends changed into mono colours, I see unity and appreciation. By human standards perhaps we may debate about whether he is a good leader, but I believe he was called to serve with the others when Singapore really needed one. RIP Mr Lee Kuan Yew.

After sometime, this is my first entry for 2015.

Hi there,
I have been away from this blog for sometime but this space is too important for me to completely leave it to die.  I am not even sure how many people are still reading what I write, to begin with, I don't think I really have an audience.  For me, to record one's thoughts and emotions whether online, on the cellphone device, in the physical diary or some scribbling on some random paper is essential or some great ideas would fleet away.  
They say, "Change is the only constant" and time has proved to me that this is correct.  I have changed in some ways if you know me personally.  Let's begin from the more superficial aspect. 
1. I have "slimmed down" and maintained my weight not far from my own ideal.
I wish I could say I worked out a lot more than I used to but this is not the reality.  For friends who have known me for sometime and for people who have not seen me for a while, I have become smaller in size.  This is the result of the combina…