Sunday, January 18, 2009

I've got it !!!

Image Source: YesAsia

Ip Man Sountrack

Wasn't really into finding the sountrack. Until I stumble upon a group in Facebook with Ip Man's theme song. Ever since, the song's been stuck in my head. Haha. So off I went for Ip Man OST hunting. And finally, voila! I've got it! =D FYI, the composer is Kenji Kawaii , also the composer for Fate Stay/ Night. Always been a fan of his musics.


Thursday, January 8, 2009

When Men learn to kill Others.

It was possibly the very first murder crime ever recorded in history. The murder of Abel by Cain. The very first murder ever known to mankind. Perhaps that's where it started. The first feeling of killing was first a guilt. In time, perhaps it grew into a sensation? The knowledge to kill others then came flooding into minds of men. The culture then began to spread. Soon, it became the simplest solution for men to obtain anything he desires even with God's clear objection to such manners. This is what people these days call Realistic. To be able to 'survive' through this unfair and cruel world by perhaps the cost of other lives? If I would to give examples, looking just at the history book that you read everyday in school would suffice. Past is the past, yet it returns again to haunt the future. Perhaps something was never learn from the past. Revenge would only lead to hatred, hatred would breed more hatred. And hatred will thereby lead to revenge once more. The side effects? More sufferings, pain, and sorrow. Are men really that stubborn that only the end of the world would stop them?

Can anyone see the similarities in those symbols?

The similarities I see in these symbols are People and Love.

I say this because without believers, the religions isn't a religion. Without it's teaching of love, no one would be here reading my post. Each of one of these religions have one teaching in common.

Love one another.

Each religion is never bad. It is the people who defines the religion who decides it. It is the believers who act out what they think of the religion and self proclaim it as "This is what my religion teaches me" and thereby destroying the religion's reputation and of course the true believers. It's the people who determines how the religion is to be look at to others. And yet have we as the believers of any of religion really done our part in this world? We've been really busy occupied with other things in life and neglected these virtues. And living in this hectic world, we tend lose confidence and faith in our own religion. We lose our humanity. We forget the main things in life. We lose control of the feelings we used to control. We begin to act like or worse than animals. Our world turns into a place of lies and hell up to earth. Trust and Betray. Love and Hatred. Happiness and Grief. Justice and Prejudice. Comfort and Pain. We chose this path yet we complain, scolded, cursed, and worse blame others.

The city and life I have known no longer exists.

source: msnbc

The war between Israel and Palestine has one concept to me right now. It's the 'I kill you and you kill me" concept. The two countries fought but in the end? Casualties that are the main consequences. Lost of lives, properties and basic needs. To me in war,

who ever wins, we all lose

We lose friends, families, loved ones and home. And to add to that matter, each war plants seeds of hatred and anger in the people's hearts. Day by day, year by year, these hatreds grow and when they one day flourish, we 'enjoy' the harvest.

The most poisonous thing in the world is the heart of
a Human

"Purposes of the War" written in the media I read in the MSNBC to me are mere illusions be it good or bad. These are what I would call "Excuses for War". This is our world media. Like Russell Peters commented on the media in one of his shows "The media is f*cking around with your heads. The media gives news in a 'what do you think' format. They give a picture of an Asian and a car crash. What do you think?. Next they give you a picture of an Indian and a Seven-11. What do you think? Then they give you a picture of an Arab and an explosion. AHAH! I KNEW IT!" It's hilarious the way he described it. People laugh till their tears drop. But did they get the message? Illusions once more. People see the illusions of reality and don't understand the meaning beneath these decorations.What the people needs to see is the consequences! The effects! The testimonies! The Life at War! Not the f***ing purpose of war or what the f*** they are doing. Thank God there's internet, where the good and bad are exposed here. Otherwise, it will be what the media wants us to see than for us to see what we should be seeing.

In the end was there was there a true purpose in all these wars where we claimed for justice? For the religion? For what we call 'freedom'? Perhaps the blood of Caine has run deep within our veins. The yearn the desire, to kill. Yet we never stop to consider about innocent lives at the stake.

What can you do to change these people's lives?

Now that's up to you.

There's so much craziness, surrounding me
There's so much going on, it gets hard to breathe
When all my faith has gone, you bring it back to me
You make it real for me

~James Morrison~

Saturday, January 3, 2009

Tagged : Revenge of the Aziff.

I tag:

Abang Fadhir

What did you do in 2008 which you've never done before
Coming back home at 12am without my parents! =D I know it's sad... >___>

Did you keep your New Year's resolutions, and will you make more for next year?
Never made one thus never make one happened

Did anyone close to you gave birth?
No one yet but soon. =)

Did anyone close to you die?
No and do not wish so.

What countries did you visit?
Malaysia truly so-sial

What would you like to have in 2009 which you lacked in 2008?
More courage to do things I should have done. =)

What date in 2008 will remain etched in your memory, and why?
20th September. A day which I forsook all practicality and literally jumped into the moment and risked it all.

What was your biggest achievement of the year?
Nothing biggy. =\

What was your biggest failure?
To kill that blardy, big, fat cicak hiding behind the flush tank in my toilet. It's farking freaky when it's drops on your head when you're taking a bath k... >___> I'm beginning to think that's a gekko and not a cicak. ;S Oh... man...

Did you suffer illness or injury?
Perhaps if mental illness is counted, then yes.

What was the best thing you bought?
Err... clothes I guess. Lol

Whose behavior merited celebration?
My classmates and the SKKT Graduation '02 Committee for their undying spirit to go on with the school reunion.

Whose behavior made you appalled and depressed?
Some people, but it's good to always forgive and forget.

Where did most of your money go?

What did you really, really, really get excited about?
Err... Getting breaks in between classes? Lol

What song will remind you of 2008?
"Unfair" Josh Kelley
"Whatever It Takes" Lifehouse
"Sythematic People" Wagdug Futuristic Unity
"I'm Yours" Jason Mraz
"I'm Moving On" Rascal Flatts

Compared to last year, are you:
a) happier or sadder?
b) thinner of fatter
c) richer or poorer?
Happier; fatter I think; richer in hope at least. =)

What do you wish you've done more of?
Study and going OUT FAR with my CLASSMATEs . *hint hint* lol

What do you wish you've done less of?

How did you spend Christmas?
Spring-cleaning, and family times at grandma's hse.

Did you fall in love in 2008?
Perhaps not?

What was your favorite TV program?
Human Weapon, History Channel

Do you hate anyone now that you didn't hate this time last year?
I don't find hatred a fun thing to experience.

What was the best book you've read?
Strekken by Terry Brooks.

What was your greatest musical discovery?
Moulin Rouge.

What did you want and get?
A proper com as in the one that just wont lag and a laptop. =D

What did you want and not get?
A trip to France. =D

What was your favorite film this year?
Batman: The Dark Knight

What did you do on your birthday and how old were you?
Had a party at home. I was 4 or 5 or 6

What was the one thing that made your year immeasurable more satisfying?
Lourdes, France

How would you describe your personal fashion concept in 2008?
Simple and casual. White, Black and Blue.

What kept you sane?

What celebrity/public figure did you fancy the most?
Jackie Chan, Jet Li, Chris Tucker, Robbie Williams

What political issue stirred you the most?
I would love to say this but nah, as aziff said as well, "I don't want ISA at my doorstep" Lol. Good one bro.

Who did you miss?
=) The Mr Kevin class gang and the Mr. Clement class gang.

Who was the new best person you met?
-My whole classmates. PM3 rawks!
-And some of my college mates as well. =) Lovely people indeed
-Zatil Husna. =) A friend whom I can talk to as if we've been friends for a decade. Lol. Maybe you're just too friendly. Haha.

Tell us a valuable lesson you learnt in 2008:
=) Just recently a quote from Ip Man. "No men are afraid of their wives, just respecting their wives"

Friday, January 2, 2009

Ip Man

One word.


When I told my friend about Ip Man, the reaction is standard.

Scene 1
V: Ooo, I wanna watch Ip Man. =D
Anonymous: Oh, haha. Cool... * a moment later* What's Ip Man?

Scene 2
V: heard of Ip Man?
A: I...p what?
V: Ip Man.. the chinese movie?
A: Oh... nah. It's chinese movie.
V: O___O"

Scene 3
A: Heiz, any movies in mind?
V: Ip Man! =D
A: ? What kinda superhero is this? Some professional hacker? Something like Chuck?
V: No... it's a chinese name...
A: Chinese superhero? Hhmm... people these days... they can make superheroes out of anything... even lizards! *cicakman 2*
V: rite... forget what I just said. -______-


Ip Man is adapted from the life story of Yip Man, the grandmaster of the Wing Chun style of kung fu and sifu of legendary kung fu superstar Bruce Lee. This film will be the first important record of the master's life. The story revolves around the 1930 to the 1940s during the Second Sino-Japanese war.

Now I would love to tell about the whole movie, but I might just really spoil the fun. So, GO WATCH IT . Be China Man Do the right thing! =D

And here's a link for those who watched it already.

What I Learn from Ip Man

The best Quotes I learn from Ip Man

- "There are no men who are afraid of their wives, just men who respects their wives"

- When ask for his name by the Japanese General, he replied "I'm just a chinese"

Yip Man
(1 Oct 1893 - 2 Dec 1972)

The Must Watch Scenes by the way. =D

New Year 09!

I know it's a bit late, it was kinda of a busy new year for me. And nothing much happened. So was kinda lazy to blog. But since there pictures, I'll just blog something. We went to grandma's house, called the 'gang' to have an early Chinese New year Mahjong habit. So yea, went there and played mahjong. The rest just went on with their usual games such as poker and banlat. And then that went on for the rest of the night. Lol. Pretty boring but hei, i lost ten bucks den won ten bucks and another three bucks. =D But the overall net profit was three bucks... well at least i din lose i guess. -.- .... so.. ok. Random Pictures time! =D Oh and btw


Mahjong! =D

The Countdown. Didn't manage to take a picture of my dad's reaction though. It was priceless, trust me. ;)

Ian obsessed with some handphone game.

Joan the little poser. =)

Clearly someone was stalking me.