Blog is the place where I transcribe my life journey. Since 2005 from the Friendster; and then transferred to WordPress in 2007 which was much initiated by my sister during my AFFIN banking years; until now. I don’t put advertisement or Nuffnang to generate any income as so far, I have no interest in that. I write for my own salvation and sanity.
I had an intense night last night. What begun from passionate intimacy turned sour. At this juncture, I am feeling a bit somber and down. I felt and still feeling mixture of angry and disappointment.
I love Angie’s spirit.
But I can’t waste time getting indulged in this. There are other focuses in my life I have to put my attention towards.
Her 1st appearance after the ovaries surgery at Kids’ Choice Awards. She said – “being different is good.” That’s why I adore her. We think alike.
Seeing Angelina Jolie a.k.a. Angie’s inspirational strength to overcome the fatal cancer humbled me. I am always drawn to her brave spirit. I guess that is because we are both Gemini and we share a few bizarre fetishes which make me feel related to her. To think back, I am not having any fatal illness, just yet like Angie. I am just having some personal problem which are far too microscopic in comparison to hers. So, what’s my somber feeling to what she is experiencing now, no?
Her 2nd cancer-preventive surgery. I have written about it in my entry https://undomiel84.wordpress.com/2015/03/24/angelina-jolie-my-gemini-alter-ego-the-story-of-a-bravery-diary-of-a-surgery/
Sometimes we think we have serious problems and that is the end of the world; but actually, others are having more serious problems than us.
Like Angie’s quote :- Be brave, be bold, be free. And that is the message from me to me, Shahrill Ramli.
This is a beautiful Malay version of “God Help The Outcast” sung by Juwita Suwito. I like the lyrics. Simple yet very deep. Sometimes while leading hectic life, we tend to led astray from our piety essence. We tend to focus more on relationships with human (Hablul minan Nas) rather than relationship with God (Hablul minallah) as the central point of our lives. Like fragile human, we revert to God when we are stuck somewhere without directions.