I just came back from UPM and night tete-a-tete cum dinner. It is Monday and no, I don’t have Master’s Degree class tonight. I went to see Dr. Muati, my supervisor on my Research paper (it’s been so hard to get his time since he is The Dean!) and Alhamdulillah, had a fruitful direction from him on what should be tackled and done so on and forth. After that, I have been cooping myself in Perpustakaan Sultan Abdul Samad in UPM to do a bit of Literature Reviews for my Research paper.
Anyway, had the usual tete-a-tete circa Sungai Besi. But a revelation shocked me. My body was shaken and my eyes watered. My prayers is only for the health for a dear person I love and who has been a great care towards me. A medical consultation has verbally forecast that the heart could possibly becomes bigger due to athletic regime and low heart beat; the latter was said by the physicians that it was due to spunky sporty lifestyle – but of recent, the twice near-faint experiences served as the alarm ringing! Hopefully, that this Wednesday; a further medical check-up in HUKM will do justice to the worries.
Big heart due to athletic lifestyle regime.
An article I have found in regards on low blood pressure due to athleticism.
My plate is already full. Tomorrow, SISC+ officer is coming to see my 5 Pelangi – the last class! Hahaa! Although they aren’t as brilliant as other peers as it is last class but being the class teacher, I love them all. Of course, the usual nagging is inevitable but they can be so darling. Hopefully all is well. And I have to settle my door knob which I purposely broke for 2nd time (with the help of Cik Mail, my neighbor) because I forgot my house keys and left them INSIDE the house! In addition to that, I have to start managing my Tamu Hill 4 house affair by submitting the Defects List – BUT, the most touching part was that despite all this chaotic manner, someone never forget to PRINT the pictures of the defect because the office printer is better than mine! And it’s true…. that was really the epitome of a most sincere heart ever.
The printed Defect evidence of my Tamu Hill 4. Despite the deteriorating health? So sweet and touched. I am moved.
At this juncture, I am also have been thinking a lot to make truce to any possible feuds that I have in my life. But a revelation I heard tonight has shifted my priority. Apart from my Master’s Degree, my priority now is for the health of the one I hold so dear in my heart and life. Our mission is to stay alive. Amin.
I guess in life, when it comes to the health of those you love and love you unconditionally in return, that is your 1st priority.