To recap my social calendar events; HECTIC : is the word! The school is busy with Additional Sports Event (on Tuesday, Wednesday & Friday) and I was delegated to take in charge as Penyelia Perserta for Long Jump. Honestly, I am enjoying my career immensely so far and I have no complaint or whatsoever (yet!). It is a sort of mind-rejuvenating scene to be in the field with the children; demonstrating to them and feel the ground – a reminiscence of those good old days when I myself was a primary school pupil, as well! I always believe that God has His own way of carving our destiny with all of His wonders and to ponder back the challenges I have to face to enter KPLI (doubts on leaving banking line; documentation fiasco during KPLI interview), God knew that this is what I am meant to do; and Insya Allah, will be able to soar jubilantly in this career line. Amazing,aite?
With Cikgu Rosmainy, Ustaz Shuib & Cikgu Farid (mengantuk??? Hahaha)
Registration for Long-Jumping!
Nik, Rizman, Azam and Kalvinder. They want me to take their pictures. Haish (,”)
Tug-O-War! The teachers are more excited than the pupils! Hehehe (<“)
Anyway on Wednesday, I was roped-in to attend a talk-seminar at Genting Highlands, given by the international education consultant, Tony Buzan. He is a renowned figure in catapulting concepts of mind-mapping and mental literacy into world-wide application. He shared with the audiences on the power of mind and how kids are able to use both brain hemispheres (synergy) to accelerate the momentum of the minds. He also introduced the concept of mind-mapping which is not only an attractive way to generate ideas, but also an easy one to fbranch out any issues or topics; thus, making it easier to explain the idea to the public! I was fascinated by the talk that when the floor was open for Question-And-Answer, I posed question to Mr. Tony Buzan. Well, so happened that most of the crowd comprising of management teams in Jabatan Pendidikan Negeri (JPN) and one of them took notice of me. Later on, the representative so-called complimenting my flawless English (which I found quite weird and absurd because I don’t think I use Queen’s English during the Question-And-Answer session). Nonetheless, the JPN guy said he will call my school (since I introduced myself and the name of my school when I were to ask Mr. Buzan the question) and will like to rope me in into several English courses JPN-level which deemed to demand good proficiency in English. Well, I ain’t complaining if it is a potential one to elevate my career to another credible level! Bring it on, Insya Allah (,”)
Mr. Tony Buzan.
On Friday, Mak & Ayah came to Serendah after a week nursing Rifqi Naufal back to health. Poor my beloved nephew. He is prone to illnesses. On Saturday morning, I went to school to help Cikgu Hairil to train the kids for Long Jump and Running. It was an enjoyable one being Hairil who happens to be jovial person and also the kids were enthusiastic lot. But my joints and sinews were quite hurt after the session; since it has been ages since I run around the field and stretch my sinews to the max! Hahahha! But it was great, though. On the evening, went to watch “Alice In Wonderland” with Abg Jali at Cineleisure, Mutiara Damansara. It was amazing!!!!! Tim Burton as usual portrays his eccentric side through his movies : The wardrobes, the backgrounds, the make-ups and the peculiar characters are all cliche Burton- which I adore! After that, went to savor the popular ‘Nasi Ayam Penyet’ at Damansara near Giza Sunway (which is actually an Indonesian delicacy, I was told).
Alice. Mad Hatter. Cheshire Cat.
On whole, I have fun this week and so far, I feel I am truly blessed. Alhamdulillah. I hope my presence brings happiness and exuberant vibes in the lives of everyone around me, too. Like what I always quote to describe about myself : “I treasure people who appreciate me. I take revenge to people who fuck wit me. A subtle knife that is.”
Apart from that, I also like to share a dialogue from the movie “Alice In Wonderland” by Mad Hatter to Alice : Have I gone mad? Yes, you absolutely gone bonkers. But let me tell you one secret. All of the great people are.” So, if anyone think you are eccentric or weird, think about this. We all great people (<“)!