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Monday, 19 January 2009

Tears from the heart..

I've been tearing alot lately..
Not the crybaby type of tearing..
But more of the touched kinda tearing..


Brief summary of my 2 weekends..
[2009.01.11] - Zoo Negara, a Heap Hope project
[2009.01.18] - Early CNY celebration with Shuang Fu

Zoo Negara

These are the few photos taken from the zoo..
It is a special day for most of us because it is the first project organised by Heap Hope Angels..


Have you ever thought what will you do if God took both *or even one* of your legs away?
How will you live?
Can you even face the truth?

Previously, I didn't give much thought to these questions..
I don't even notice People With Disabilities (PWD)
*I no longer call them disableds because they aren't disabled*
Lately, *ever since Famine 2008* I've been hanging out with PWDs quite often..
*More often than usual*
I love hanging out with PWDs..
They do not make me feel stronger..
In fact, they made me feel weaker..
Through them, I realise how dependent am I towards my limbs..
How I'm afraid of losing them..
Makes me really weak, but at the same time making me stronger..

Seeing these PWDs, I see the strength to carry on eventhough you think God abandoned you..
I see the courage of facing the truth instead of twisting it..
Its really impressive to know that some PWDs are even stronger than us in many ways..

*Turning the spotlight to the volunteers*
Talking about volunteers, I feel really blessed to know cHieN, Eewen, Sean, Serena, Horng Hann and the others..
Although many of us are virgins in helping PWDs, but they are not ashamed of learning..
Though some of them are veterans, but they are willing to help us learn..
The compassion the volunteers show is priceless!!

I've been messing around with my camera since I bought it..
And I never go out without it if i'm meeting these people..
Sometimes it just touches my heart to see the photos of people helping each other..
Well, I don't expect you to understand that feeling or feel how I feel,
because I know that you will not know how it feels unless you really experience it..
But if you have the chance to, experience it..You'll never regret..

They We are the disabled ones, not us them..


  1. I felt very touching when see your this article.

  2. Leslie...Thanks for your post...I'm such a big prsent in 2008 to know you...

  3. yo lesbie... me too. let's do more for our frens. i seriusly dun think we should address our frens as disabled. also found out many of shuang fu / bg frens stay in the green condo near my house. we are gonna have a big yam cha session in serdang... hehe