Showing posts from December, 2005

"A letter from Jesus..."

I got this off Steph's Site and i really encourage everyone who celebrate Christmas to finish reading this. As you well know, we are getting closer to my birthday. Every year there is a celebration in my honor and I think that this year the celebration will be repeated. During this time there are many people shopping for gifts, there are many radio announcements, TV commercials, and in every part of the world everyone is talking that my birthday is getting closer and closer. It is really very nice to know, that at least once a year, some people think of me. As you know,the celebration of my birthday began many years ago. At first people seemed to understand and be thankful of all that I did for them, but in these times, no one seems to know the reason for the celebration. Family and friends get together and have a lot of fun, but they don't know the meaning of the celebration. I remember that last year there was a great feast in my honor. The dinner table was full of delicious

Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!

Allow me to wish all my family and friends a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year 2006! Hope 2005 wasn't a bad year for you and get ready for 2006! God bless all of you! In Him

Chapter II: Life goes on...

Two years ago, i made a decision to further my studies after completing my GCE O'Level back in St' Andrews School at KDU College . I remembered the anticipation of leaving home and starting a "new" life and all the wonderful thoughts of being independent and having freedom all to myself. I remembered my first day of being in college. The anxiety of fitting into groups and making new friends was pumping into me. I remembered introducing myself and getting looks from the people around me that says "Aren't you suppose to be in highschool...?" I also remembered sitting on the second last row of the class on the second day where i first met Simon who was from Maldives (it was only then and there i discovered Maldives.. honest! ) and Elliot who was the only white guy from England in the college. Little did i know that that row of seats would end up being our 'group' frequent seats for the next 2 years. I remembered getting excited about having a Ko