Have to say that it isn't the easiest thing for me.
Changing myself, changing my perspectives, changing my habits.
But i guess, no matter what i have to change.
I'm 21 now (can't believe it actually) so its now or never.
So i guess its going to be goodbyes for somethings.
Hope there'll be no more of the thoughtless me.
Hope there'll be a no more taking things easily.
Hope there'll be no more stupidity and less ignorance.
Hope there'll be no more mixing up priorities.
Hope there'll be no more dwelling on the past.
May there be more courage in my actions.
May there be more meaningful acts from myself.
May my actions bring more cheers than tears.
May i always remember i to sacrifice for my loved ones.
May i improve as i approach my date with Allah.

intec wildcats

Intec wildcats? what is that? some high school musical team wannabe? well, lets get this straight, the name wildcats was thought out before disney had the same idea.anyway its an ultimate frisbee team, not a basketball one.

Amazingly the team was formed by a group of students who just got hooked up with ultimate frisbee and wanted to introduce the game to their institution and make sure it stays. I wasn't the first to play the game in Intec. Up until now i don't really know who the first person was.But i know it was a girl. Anyway kudos to them for their preserverence to promote the game. I know that i was one of them that laughed out loud when i first heard bout the game.

But soon,i started playing, swallowed my past comments and came up with the idea to form a permanent club. Without a coach, i have to say that the first team was great.
Full of passion and commitment. Playing in paddy field-like conditions. They were just great. Now with the second team, although slow off the blocks, they also can hold their heads high with their achievements.

I just hope that the members will continue to promote the game and build the third generation of the wildcats. And i hope that those who has flown off abroad, continue to play and keep the disc flying.And mebbe form their own 'wildcats'.

Singapore open

well i know that its a little bit late to come up with my thoughts on
SUO 2007 seing that a month has passed by. anyway its better late than never.

So i'll summarize chronologically, beginning with the plan to come down to Singapore.
Have to say that it really got on my nerves. Lack of coordination, commitment (because some found it too hard to save some money) and the favourite malaysian attitude- last minute work.
Nevertheless, i got the team to Singapore and have to say that we got lucky in the trip; an easy entry into Singapore, got a nice place to rest for a while, free breakfast. But that was as far as we were lucky. We played very well in the tournament, just to unluckily lose to small margins to more experienced team. But the win against Muddy Grass was just brilliant. Everyone played their hearts out, great spirit and won respect of other teams.Hope that it'll be a catalyst for the rest to strive for greater heights.
But, there was a downpart to it. Some people came with the wrong mentality and had the cheek to pull a long face.Come on, we came to compete and not for a holiday. Wasn't a suitable time to go for walks when we have a game.So before coming decide: to play or to holiday.
The journey back home was an unforgettable one.Little India was crazy.You don't feel you are in Singapore.

But whatever it is, hopefully i can go for another trip with these guys.Some improvements are needed and i'm sure it'll be better as the team matures. So where are we going next? Bali, rite...?!