Anonymous e mail, Subject: Life Handbook 2009

Subject: Life Handbook 2009

 

 

Health:

1.    Drink plenty of water.
2.    Eat breakfast like a king, lunch like a prince and dinner
          like a beggar.
3.    Eat more foods that grow on trees and plants and eat less
          food that is manufactured in plants.
4.    Live with the 3 E’s — Energy,  Enthusiasm, and Empathy.
5.    Make time for prayer.
6.    Play more games.
7.    Read more books than you did in 2008.
8.    Sit in silence for at least 10 minutes each day.
9.    Sleep for 7 hours.
10.  Take a 10-30 minutes walk every day. And while you walk, smile.
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GOOD TO BE BACK

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Schwarzenegger to play himself in Stallone film

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LOS ANGELES, Feb 25 — Art will imitate life when Gov Arnold Schwarzenegger spends a few hours playing himself later this year for an appearance in a movie by Sylvester…read all

Sports

Tiger Woods: It’s just great to be back

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MARANA (Arizona), Feb 25 — Like Danny Boyle bouncing up and down before collecting his Oscar for “Slumdog Millionaire”, Tiger Woods yesterday did a little hop and a skip before…

Happy birthday Malaysian Insider

Happy birthday Malaysian Insider
written by Dr Zafar Shah @ San Oo Aung, February 25, 2009

Happy birthday Malaysian Insider  

TQ all of you for giving us a space in comment place. 

During the early times MKni was also like you, now although I subscribed yearly, they neglected the commenters like me, who are not very good in English. 

We don’t mind if you edit our comments to get to your std. We just wish to contribute our feelings or our POV that may be different from other readers. If wish to commercialize and charge the Malaysian Insider readers, we are reader to pay but please do not neglect the ordinary new bloggers or commenters whose std. is not up to your professional journalists. 

Good, better, best 
Never let it rest 
Till the good is better 
And the better, best. 

TQ again for one of the best site in Malaysia. 

Speaker Tan Sri Pandikar Amin Mulia fails Human Rights standard test

 

Speaker Tan Sri Pandikar Amin Mulia fails

Human Rights standard test

He is usually not neutral because he knows which side of the bread is buttered. Pandikar Amin (WRONGLY, according to Human Rights standard) told Fong that he did not think that the term was insulting as pendatang haram referred to illegals.

Earlier, Datuk Seri Tiong King Sing’s (BN – Bintulu) spoke on the problems of illegal immigrants when Datuk Wilfred Bumburing (BN – Tuaran) stood up to complain of crimes committed by pendatang haram (illegals).

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Singapore government warms up to new media

   Singapore government warms up to new media 

SINGAPORE, Feb 25 — Singapore Premier Lee Hsien Loong made clear last night that the government recognised the growing reach and influence of the new media and was evolving to deal with it.

In an interview with Channel News Asia on the changing media landscape which aired last night, he said: “We are still learning. It is not easy to make this transition. It is like going from sea to land or vice versa, you are changing your medium and you need to get comfortable with it. But we are working hard at it.”

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Want a place in varsity? Buy a number

Want a place in varsity?

Buy a number and apply online

PUTRAJAYA: Students who want to apply for a place in public universities (IPTA) must acquire a unique ID number to carry out applications.

From March 3, they can buy the number for between RM10.60 and RM15.60 at Bank Simpanan Nasional (BSN).

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HOT NEWS TODAY IN THE STAR

 

Quick loans from Al Rajhi

Al Rajhi Bank has launched its Weekend Banking Extravaganza, which allows customers to cash out loans up to RM20,000 within three hours of approval.

 

Malaysians not so hot in bedroom

A surprisingly high number of Malaysians are not sexually satisfied, a survey by pharmaceutical company Pfizer has revealed.

Circuit faults slow down Internet

Streamyx broadband users will have to bear with sluggish surfing speeds until March 5 due to technical problems, according to a statement by Telekom Malaysia Bhd (TM).

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