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National Mourning Day For MH17

Morning breaks into a cloudy morning here in Ipoh. Today marks the national mourning day for Malaysia and a minute silence is respected in a graceful and solemn manner. As we were watching the live telecast on TV3 news, my heart felt a pang of sadness and I quickly walked out from the meeting room. It is indeed very disheartening... we might not know anyone on board and yet, we can feel the pain, what more for the families who are affected?  My deepest condolence to all the families and friends on this MH17...  and MH370 is also not to be forgotten... Bless their souls...
22nd August 2014... marked as mourning day in Malaysia history...

As I see it, I might not be blogging daily for now on... too much things to handle at this moment of time...  life is too precious... must remember to treasure our love ones around us now... 

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  1. Morning dear.. Wearing black today?

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    1. Don't worry about blogging, take your time..

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    2. Yes, black top with grey skirt.. how you know one? Smart girl...

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  2. May they rest in peace. Amen.

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  3. I will miss you...seeing what is going on with you each day. But also we can't spend all our free time on the computer. You will have more time when you retire.

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    1. Yeah, I hope so... life is so unpredictable..

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  4. yes, life is impermanent that makes it precious... we must remember to appreciate what we have and treasure our love ones around us..

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    1. Sometimes we tend to forget those around us and also not appreciating them..

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  5. No need to worry about blogging daily, blog when you feel like it. Better focus on retiring and enjoying life soon :D

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    1. Thanks for enlightening! But not blogging daily is like missing something too.... something not done..

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  6. God bless their souls, may they rest in peace...and let us pray that God in His mercy will spare us from anymore similar sad disastrous events and let us pray for peace in the world and among all mankind.

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    1. Amen! Too many sad happenings these days... maybe there is a reason...

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  7. Blog when you have the time, don't over stress yourself...

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  8. God bless their souls and may they rest in peace finally. Also prayers go to the families and friends.

    Me too. I will try to spend more times with my family especially my kids.

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  9. May they rest in peace and bless the family :)

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  10. Yes,life is precious.No one is able to predict there lifespans,even the things which are in store for us.Live our lives without regret and remorse :)

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  11. Typing error:their lifespans

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  12. We will miss you and your daily posts, but don't worry, spend more time with your love ones, blog when you are free

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  13. Condolences to the families for their loss.

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  14. Do take all the time you need for yourself. Blog only when you feel like it. We will be here to read your blog when you are back. Have a good weekend!

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  15. Real sad. Some all in the family. May they rest in peace.

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  16. our heartfelt condolence to all the families affected as well as the entire Malaysian nation.

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