"Tak payah nak visit historical sites sangat la."



Aku teringat tiba-tiba zaman jahil kita dulu. 

Macam lah sekarang ni tak. 

Tapi. Aku ingat rasa bahagia dulu. Sekarang, aku lebih bahagia. Kerana aku tahu, aku seorang yang tabah. Kalau tak, tak mungkin aku masih boleh berdiri. 

Memori tak boleh padam, kan? 

So make the best out of it. And have fun while you're at it. Let's face it. No one wants to look back and regret how we ignored when they said, "Run as fast as you can." 

But, remember, sure we'll look back at the laughter and cry. But I promise, you can look back at the tears and laugh. I did it.  Cheers!"
This was taken from my old blog post on December 29, 2011 with the same title.

I was thinking about writing a New Year's post when I suddenly remembered this. In 2011, I had the same strength, same principle of moving forward and I never stopped believing in good days. Even the title says it. It basically means don't look back.

The title is actually a direct quote of my friend. At that time, we were all back from college in my hometown, Ipoh when we went to hangout at places we used to go to back when we were in school. So at these places, we started reminiscing about how we used to be or who we used to be with and that's when he jokingly said, "Tak payah nak visit historical sites sangat la." And we burst into laughter.

So today, I'm not going to recap on 2014 and write about my hopes of 2015. Today, I present to you these two words that have kept me strong throughout the years.


I've always held on to this word that I realise that I've embedded it in me to always have faith that everyday, things get better.


In 2012, I was in a pageant, and Vanidah Imran, the actress, asked me "What is the most important thing for a Muslim women?" I said that faith is the most important thing for everyone. Because it's what keeps you going. And I was first runner-up. Vanidah Imran loved my speech on faith.

This year, 2014, I got married to the Husband. I started this blog. And my whole life changed. But these words, never fail me. Throughout the challenges of marriage, studies and work, I have been able to juggle everything. Struggling, of course. But capable. And I think these two words, have always helped me in my perseverance.

And I hope they will help you too. 

2014 has been a rough year for most of us Malaysians. May 2015 bring better days. Ameen.

Keep hoping. Have faith.

Happy New Year!


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