One life can make a difference

i saw lot of colorful tang yuan while bloghopping.

but hor, the only tang yuan i every try is the one above

is that foochow people way to make tang yuan?

i wish everyone happy solstice!~

 

I request an ebook version of this book. This is because it will take forever to arrive if i request a hardcover version. This book talk about whether Jesus really have died on the cross and be resurrected after three day. It is a very controversial topic that at first i have doubt in reading it. Its a heavy book that deal with history and evidence of the scene.

 

This book deal with the topic from the two side.  One side agree that Jesus did died and resurrected while the other oppose to it. Both present their reason and evidence to support their cause. Despite a very heavy subject to be discuss, this book is written  in a easygoing and humorous way.  It present the debate from both side and let you come to the conclusion itself.

 

This book is very well researched and cover all angle surrounding the death and resurrection of the JESUS, and picture is even included in the book.  I remembered the author said, this subject is important because, Jesus death and resurrection is the core of Christianity. If this is a myth, then Christianity is only based on a myth. Read this book to know the truth.

This book is suitable for those who is doubtful, or maybe for atheist who is curious. If you are looking for the answer this book might be suitable for you. This book is very thought provoking and i give this book 5 star of a 5 star

This book is gratefully received from Thomas Nelson Publisher as part of their booksneeze blogger program. i am not required to write positive review and therefore, the review is 100% opinion of my own.

This movie make me cry so much . sobs!

In fact i still crying now. sobs!

synopsis

Divided into four segments, A Moment to Remember follows the theme of discovery in a relationship and the burdens of loss caused by Alzheimer’s disease.

The first segment of the film, staged in romantic comedy style, introduces the protagonists, a woman named Su Jin and a man named Chul Soo. The movie highlights their accidental meeting in a convenience store and confusion over a can of soda, followed by their subsequent courting despite the social standings that should have kept them apart.

The second segment follows the couple now settling into married life. Su-Jin learns to be a housewife as her husband cares for her. But as the segment progresses, Su-jin begins to display forgetfulness, including an incident in which a fire breaks out because of a forgotten stove. While Chul Soo caught the fire in time, the seriousness of the incident and others draw them to seek medical help.

The third segment involves the revelation of Alzheimer’s disease and the couple’s consequent response to it. Su Jin is heavily burdened by the knowledge that she will forget her husband and hides it from him at first until he seeks advice from the doctor himself. Despite the disease, they make the commitment to stay together and as the disease progresses, the trials the couple go through increase because of Su Jin’s forgetfulness.

The fourth segment reveals Su-jin in the final stages of the disease and the grief Chul Soo experiences because of it. Yet he remains beside her, despite her lost memory, hiding his eyes behind sunglasses when he visits her so she can’t see his tears.

The end of the movie finishes off with Chul Soo replaying the first time they met in the convenience store with all her friends and family in the store. In the final scene, Su-jin is riding beside her husband in the car in the sunset, and he can finally tell her, “I love you.”

credit to wikipedia.

who want a good cry can watch it here.

Its have 26part and you will be directed to the related video on youtube.

credit for channelzebra who upload this movie. thanks!

http://www.youtube.com/user/channelzebra

This book is written by Mike Flynt.  His passion is football, fret not to all the lady who is not interested in football.  This book is not about football. This book is lesson learned from the author and how we can have a power based life.

I love the quote , The two greatest days in our lives are the day we’re born and and the day we realize what we were born for. How many of us getting paid for doing what we loved? I think everyone heard someone else in their life complaining about frustration in the job they are in, that person maybe you! The author said we have to find what we truly love and getting paid doing what we love! Another point in this book is about accentuate the positive. We always heard people said try to improve your weakness. But the author said, don’t waste time to improve your weakness, but instead get better in the thing we are good at.

This book is full of true life story whether in sport and other area in life. While reading this book , you will be guided to discover your passion if you still don’t have any. I even discuss about this book with my friend. Its a good book that make you think about your strength and living your life to the fullest. I give this book 5 star of 5star.

This book is gratefully received from Thomas Nelson Publisher as part of their booksneeze blogger program. i am not required to write positive review and therefore, the review is 100% opinion of my own.

if you are Malaysian, and you are organ donor.

you will have a green card like above

having sign up as organ donor

make me feel relief

because i know

if i don’t do a lot of good deed in life, at least i can save few life after i die.

i sign up to donate all my organ!

hehehehe!

 

i was eating my favorite curry noodles this morning

its taste very good! as always

but its about to change

omigosh, i saw her scolding her husband in front of customer.

even me at nearby table heard it

suddenly the noodle seems like hard to stomach

and i wonder do personality of a person change what we think about his/her food

i am not saint, i have temper too.

but i as a person would not like to be humiliate like that.

not once, but twice.

what appaled me more is

few second after scolding her husband

she smile and talk nicely to the customer

*faint*

why we always treat stranger with polite but we treat our own family badly?

i feel sad seeing his face suddenly down, and shoulder oso down.

sad scene!

 

 

I receive this book yesterday and done reading it. this book is such a page turner because the style of writing captivate me.  The first chapter, risk factor talk about the brain aneurysm. What is brain aneurysm, what is brain surgery and what the risk of the brain surgery. It was told in a simple language. I was able to understand even though i have no background in medical fields.

Chapter two is about how he started to pray with the patient. He is a Christian but in medical field, spiritual and medical is separated. He felt the urge to pray with the patients for long time but after many doubt he start the ball rolling and soon the praying give positive outcome, and nurse and others join in the prayer for patient.

For the other chapter, its talk about the skeptics who don’t believe in prayer or insist that they have different religion. Some is downright hostile. What caught my attention is

“i would be glad to pray with you.”. ” NO. We have our own beliefs”, replied the woman sharply. The husband said nothing but looked soberly down at the floor. This couple’s response fit an interesting pattern: it is almost always the healthy partner who steps in and says “no thanks” to the prayer. But person with the brain problem almost always welcome prayer or at least tolerate with it.

This paragraph really resonated with me.  I see this before  in my life. Apart from the skeptics, a lot of people been transform by the prayer. As the writer said, some people leave the hospital not only with physical renew, but also spiritually. What is interesting about this book is the humble doctor who willingly tell us his doubt, his weakness and glorify GOD and not himself. Never once he said that I pray because I want to, but he said he feel doubtful but do it anyway with faith in GOD.

From this book, we also been brought to few of brain surgery scene that Dr. David perform and this book which is told candidly make me realize doctor do have feeling. And they do feel heartache for each loss and joy in each success surgery. The ability of the doctor to fusion spiritual and medical practice together definitely make me awestruck, he is witnessing even in his job. How awesome is that.

I will give this book 5 star of a 5star. i really enjoy reading this book. All the brain surgery drama in this book actually make me appreciate the fact that i am healthy and alive.

To comply with new regulations introduced by the Federal Trade Commission, i have to state that this  book is gratefully received from Tyndale House Publishers. I am not required to write positive review and therefore, the review is 100% opinion of my own.