It was as if the world stopped spinning for a while. The quietness left nothing but a distinct feeling, peculiar. The busy worldly routine nobody seems to escape all this while did not seem to take its ordinary course.
Quiet. That you can hear the clock was ticking, and the ticking sound was getting closer and closer, closer than you to your own self. Peculiar. Yes, it's here, as it has always been.
Here not to be remembered. Here not to be paraded. It's here to remind. The things that we, forget easily, most of the time, forgetting that it has never been gone.
Friday, August 06, 2010
I just couldn't contain myself from laughing my head off reading the Catcher in the Rye which Eric gave me as a birthday present.This particular part is extremely hilarious that I personally think it shouldn't let pass unquoted:-
"That's just the trouble with all you morons. You never want to discuss anything. That's the way you can always tell a moron. They never want to discuss anything intellig___"-Holden Caulfield.
Posted by FadiahNadwa at 4:27 PM
Monday, August 02, 2010
Photo by Aina Sayuty
Despite the brutal and violent crackdown by the fascist police personnel on the peaceful anti-ISA protesters last night, the conscientious people stood still in opposition to the draconian act that has been in existence for 50 years, the lawyers stood still at the police station for 8 hours until 5am in the morning in defence of the people's constitutional rights to peacefully assemble and to be given a fair trial in court.
To know that there are still people who would give their hearts and souls to fight for what is right is extremely inspiring.I couldn't be more honoured to be standing next to these freedom fighters and to be associated with their undying struggle for justice and humanity.
Posted by FadiahNadwa at 9:49 AM