I already knew that I was different and that my life wasn’t normal. I already knew that my classmates didn’t like me. I already accepted the fact that I wasn’t important. I already wished that I had a different path. So, here I was, already knowing all of this – in my mind and in […]Read more "TWENTY ONE"
My mum was born in Malaysia, she is the youngest of 6 siblings and being the youngest, she automatically became the most pampered child. As a result, she grew up kind of “spoilt”. She didn’t need to take care of anyone or be responsible for anything, let alone doing housework. Now you can see that […]Read more "THEALAGILLESGIRL’S MUM (2)"
In 2013 I was telling myself that I wanted a friend, who was about the same age as me and who was a Christian like me. I was asking God and telling Him that I needed a Christian friend, someone that I talk to and rely on, for help and for support. Looking back at […]Read more "GONE FOR GOOD"
I’m not the confident type. I’m never the one who believes in myself. While I genuinely trust God and sincerely believe that He is able to do anything for anyone, I’ve always, for the longest time, not believe anything’s possible when it came to me. For example, you, I believe that God can and will […]Read more "RIGHT NOW"
For I know the plans I have for you declares the Lord. Plans to prosper you and not to harm you. Plans to give you hope and a future. So, everyone has questions right? Everyone worry and wonder what their future holds. And it doesn’t matter who you are or how old you are, you […]Read more "JEREMIAH 29:11"
I’ve lived in Malaysia for quite some years and during these years the thing I remember most are 1) my first friends, 2) my itchiness (caused by the deteriorating of my liver) and dizziness, 3) the hospital (UH or UMMC), 4) all the different schools that I attended (private, public, christian, special school and homeschool), […]Read more "WHEN IN MALAYSIA"
Oh mi gosh! Let me tell you about the countless of times that I wished I was normal. Countless of times in my life, from my primary school years to my 20s (now), I just wish I was normal. One day when I was in school our teacher gave us a paper and on it […]Read more "I WISH I WAS NORMAL"