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Sexually Tempted...!!

29/11/2005

Sexually Tempted...!!

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That caught your attention, right?!!

Well, I just found this course workbook Personal Holiness in times of Temptation (from Manhood series) by Dr. Bruce Wilkinson.

Its a bit like the PDL book (with 30days to cover), but its more specific, talking about temptations faced by men. Although it is addressed TO men, but the issues faced are pretty relevant to women as well.

Among which is SEX.

Here is a beautiful verse from Proverbs 5:15, 18-19.

Drink from your own cistern, and running water from your own well. Let your fountain be blessed, and rejoice with the wife of your youth. As a loving deer and a graceful doe, Let her breasts satisfy you at all times, And always be intoxicated with her love.

Among which, it discusses the responsibility of the man and woman in the book of 1 Corinthians, that both husband and wife has the responsiblity of being the sexual "food" for each other. Depriving each other of that "food" is technically being selfish, and many a time, women (or men) feign headache/stomachache/ period to avoid having sex with the spouse, leading the spouse to go out to other places to have his "need" met.

Pix from http://dancollinscartoons.com/

Dr. Wilkinson's analogy is that if a wo/man's always had his "food" met, s/he would be less tempted to go outside (on the wild, that is) to steal food "from other sources", especially if they were "hungry sexually".

(of course, if the wife is pregnant with the baby inside, it would be unreasonable for any kind of sex at that point of time anyway..!)

1 Corinthians 7:3-4 states,
Let the husband fulfill his duty to his wife, and likewise also the wife to the husband. The wife does not have authority over her own body, but the husband does, and likewise also the husband does not have authority over his own body, but the wife does.

He states that a lot of men are embarrassed to approach their spouses for sex, and in this aspect.? Is this true? (Well, I wouldn't know, since I am not anywhere near there..).

In my opinion, whatever the wife does with the husband (sexually anyway), is their business. If they want to try out any kind of variation, (oral, anal, BDSM, whatever), or some new thang, that is up to them as well. ;-)

Hei man, I have a perverted streak as well!!!
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Photoblog: Birthday pictures!!! (2005)

Photoblog: Birthday pictures!!! (2005)

Sunday 21 Nov:
Went to Chilli's for dinner with Ai Ling. Finally managed to drag her away from Sushi King...hehe.

Got pretty high on the Apple juice I had. It was definitely cheaper than eating at Sushi King for sure!!

At Chili's with Ai Ling.
Monday 22nd Nov:
Went to Secret Recipe for a small gathering with some high school and CG friends!!


yup.....*rollng my eyes* with my homies!!


Opening prezzie time!!

Tuesday: Took a break and stayed home like a good girlie! ;-)




Zen's birthday cake to me!
Wednesday 23rd Nov:+:
Had dinner at Victoria Station with PG. (He wanted to opt for Chili's!, but as Ai Ling predicted, we made too much noise there the other day, and would have barred us from entering!!)

At Victoria Station!!
Finally pictures from a recent romp to Zouk. Check it out at Laynie's! Enjoy!
Nov 23:
Well, in an hour's time from now anyway!!
Loads of pictures and stuff from the past three days outings and dinners, but will only post after Saturday.

Will be really busy with assignments and stuff Thursday up till Saturday night, so don't expect me to to do much blogging coz the photos take forever to load and all that.

Anyway, just got the greatest news through email!!!

Catch u people later!
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Matchmaker, matchmaker!

24/11/2005

Matchmaker, matchmaker!

Matchmaker, matchmaker,
Make me a match,
Find me a find,
Catch me a catch,
Matchmaker, matchmaker,
Look through your book,
And make me a perfect match!

Matchmaker says I have a match,
A match, a match.
Oh I am happy as can be,
I can't wait to find out more,
Matchmaker, matchmaker,
Tell me more,
I want to know what's in store!
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Things we can learn from a dog.

Things we can learn from a dog.

Nov 24:
I tried the same trick today with him. Haha...not syiok lar!!

Coz I already knew what to expect...*oh well* Hehe.

Nov 23:
Ironically, it was Jacq who pointed it out to me.....

I picked up Jacq on my way home, and the dog ran out as soon as the gate opened.
I decided to walk the dog, and Jacq followed me. So we walked to the street behind mine. My dog got acquainted with the household dogs in that street (practically every house had one dog residing, so it is quite noisy if strangers walk past!).

The dog did follow us up as we walked up the lane, but he didn't come when called. That was driving me a bit agitated, so I called him, but he refused to follow.

So, we left. Surprisingly, the dog followed. Then we wanted to walk home, and I called the dog. I could not chase after the dog, as I was in heels!

Jacq pointed out that the dog didn't come when called, but only came when we left. She was so sure that he was going to chase after us once we left. I felt a bit apprehensive about her advice, but I left and walked back to my house.

TRUE ENOUGH, the dog ran back in with its tail wagging behind him in less than half a minute after I arrived back!

VICKI, you cheeky dog!!
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*worry wart*

22/11/2005

*worry wart*

I truly am a worry wart.

I worry too much about things which I shouldn't.

It just all seems so surreal to me.....

I deserve the Emmy Awards for the Best Worrier of the Year.

Anyway, ya, see what that lead me to do...

*Damn*.

Note to self:

Never Let Food Worry You.

Never Let Food Worry You.

Never Let Food Worry You.

Never Let Food Worry You.

Never Let Food Worry You.

Never Let Food Worry You......
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2 down, 1 more to go....

21/11/2005

2 down, 1 more to go....

Seriously, I have no idea how guys think.

I just have no idea how they think, and I don't want to ponder so much on that.

Number One:
"He sure thinks too highly of himself", notes a friend. Well, he kept asking me out for a date....(although we do meet up a lot, that's not a date.. thank you very much). Then, he went back to his varsity, and got back with his off and on gf, and failed in the process.

I feel more *sympathetic* for that girl, for having such a fickle-minded fella.

Nevermind the fact that he IS WAY younger than me as well too....Well, Mr. Wise Guy, I have a right to my own life, and the way I want to meet people or how I go about it.

I am not going to suck up to you or placate your ego in the process just because.
So it's the pot calling the kettle black, huh? Let's make it EVEN then.

Number Two:
Right. This one even more persistent than the other.
Never mind that we have absolutely nothing in common.
Never mind that he keeps asking me to go with him ALONE to his vacant house in the middle of the night. *Hello??*
However, leaving a box of "condoms" in his car "in full plain view" (is he trying to tell people that he has an "active life"?) and then asking if he has a chance.....
Oh Lord. Please Save Me from such guys in future. Thank You Very Much.

I can just imagine THAT on his mind. *right*.

Number Three: [Please wait for this space......]

Anyway, Zen, a real pretty chick friend of mine drapped in a white collar blouse and figure hugging jeans and moussed spiky hair just dropped two boxes of cakes at my home for the function later! Hehe. Perhaps we'll see her later...(sorry guys, she's already taken!).
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To ZOUK we went a-rounding.

19/11/2005

To ZOUK we went a-rounding.

BIG *Farking* Deal.

Yup. Me. Laynie. Albert. Chun How.

To the Loft.

Never mind the fact that I didn't dance much, but I still woke up with a strain on my arm. Its much better now after having applied medication on it.

*AMAZING*.

Got home about 4am in the morning.

Don't know if should go to SODA with Kelvin tonight or not. Whatdya think, Laynie?? You still not tired from last night, ke??

Now I am back in college to get my books coz I forgot to take it home. Nevermind. At least I get to borrow books from the library and don't have to see any Tom, Dick and Harry for the next 5 days anyway.

My parents are going to INDIA. Woo Hoo!!! For one week!!! Let's start partying now!! (But alas, I have assignments due on Friday, so only after Friday we celebrate ya, hoh!)

Amy and Simon (from Connections) will be having a garden wedding dinner at The Palace of the Golden Horses....*wow*. Sounds really breathtaking. Must start planning for mine now. Hahaha..
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Dawn Yang. Dawn Yang. Dawn Yang.

18/11/2005

Dawn Yang. Dawn Yang. Dawn Yang.

Dawn Yang. Dawn Yang. Dawn Yang. Dawn Yang. Dawn Yang. Dawn Yang. Dawn Yang. Dawn Yang. Dawn Yang. Dawn Yang. Dawn Yang. Dawn Yang. Dawn Yang. Dawn Yang. Dawn Yang. Dawn Yang. Dawn Yang. Dawn Yang. Dawn Yang. Dawn Yang. Dawn Yang. Dawn Yang. Dawn Yang. Dawn Yang. Dawn Yang. Dawn Yang. Dawn Yang. Dawn Yang. Dawn Yang. Dawn Yang. Dawn Yang. Dawn Yang. Dawn Yang. Dawn Yang. Dawn Yang. Dawn Yang. Dawn Yang. Dawn Yang. Dawn Yang. Dawn Yang. Dawn Yang. Dawn Yang. Dawn Yang. Dawn Yang. Dawn Yang.

Sorry guys. There's nothing here about Dawn Yang. No pictures of some girl who (could have had plastic surgery done). But what the heck! She looks great, right? I hope that when you find a girlfriend, or wife, you would appreciate her for how she looks and not how she COULD look.

Why discriminate a girl just because she had surgery? Well, thankfully, the only thing nearest to surgery I had (physically) so far was wearing braces, as recommended by the orthdontist at the age of 18. That was probably the first best thing I had to do. It was the cheapest, yet it did more for my features than any other thing (that probably could have cost thousands of ringgit!) in terms of surgery could have done. Sorry NO Before pictures here.

I mean. What the F***??!! Everyone looks different in High School? Why bring out their high school pictures and humiliate them? These people have no brains to be sensitive to other people's privacy. I mean, if they themselves publicised their own pictures that is fine. But hello, taking other people's pictures without their permission is.........STEALING. Plagiarism. FUCK Them All.

What's the second one I did? I shall tell you after I have known you for 5 months. :-)

Damn it. It's 3.55 am in the morning and I am here listening to Chopin and Champagnea on Sky.FM on WinAmp. Serious Shit man. I am going to wake up with a bad hangover in the morning!

On Tuesday, I went down to SODA (at Hartamas) with Kelvin (and his friends, Alvin & Chin) and Laynie at 11pm!! Yes. Yes. I know it was last minute, I called you 5 minutes before we arrived and decided for a change in place to Hartamas, so you had no time to put make up and all!!! *hehe!*

Hows the place during weekends? Well, there is a podium to dance. But, uh...not very happening lor. But then again, so is Rum Jungle. Even worst! No podium to move around! But the Vodka+ Ribena at SODA sure was sweet to taste ;-)

And see you at Zouk, Albert!! The world is such a small place!! You looked lost during the meet up...hehe.. Hope it would be a good experience!!
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My wishlist for 2005 (Birthday and Christmas!)

16/11/2005

My wishlist for 2005 (Birthday and Christmas!)

Well, I was at Kinokuniya today. Crap, I actually picked up some dating self-help book, flipped through some pages and threw them away in another pile coz the English sucked so much.

But I saw this book. Jane Austen's Guide to Dating!!! It is written by this lady, who wrote a thesis on dating rituals in the 1800s for her degree (she didn't say which). Very nice book and easy to understand.

Well, if you are not a fan of Jane Austen, you won't understand. The book costs a bomb....haha..if you are feeling *generous*, get me the book then! *not necessarily at Kinokuniya though! I love Jane Austen, coz her writing is really witty...and I must have re-read Pride and Prejudice like so many times!

11th November:
Since my birthday is coming along in less than two weeks time from now......I shall prepare a wish list. Hehe. :-)

Things I would like to have:

1) A new watch - metallic strap.(so I can wear out for formal functions).

2) A PDA phone. ;-)

3) DVD/VCD of (UK version) Pride and Prejudice starring Jennifer Ehle & Colin Firth.

Things I wouldn't mind getting:

1) Accessories from Axxexx (or the like). Something retro, that can fit my style

2) Jewelry. Jewelry. Jewelry.

*sorry ah. I can only wear gold coz I am practically allergic to the Malaysian silver. Unless it's from the UK or something*.

3) Gifts which are personalised.

4) Things you know I can use and fits my style/taste. (Do you know my style in the first place??!!)

5) Take me to an orchestra performance. I haven't been for ages, and would just like to enjoy watching the symphony play. Haven't been to one in ages. I love classical music. So there!

Things I do not want to get:

1) Soft toys

2) Potpourri.

3) Storybooks (I have no time to read). Except for the book stated on top!

Anything else, I shall update later, ya!
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Pix from KY's blog meet!

15/11/2005

Pix from KY's blog meet!

Peter finally uploaded the pictures on his blog....
Ok. Time to do my part, since my holidays are here and I have more time!

Yup, the entire gang there! Albert, Suanie, Andreas, Emily, Peter. (cant remember the rest!)

The girls: Suanie, Emily, Cyber-Red, FireAngel

Ky's infamous pond!

THe man, KY himself!

The guys.....

This is *proof* that I was at The Pond!!

7th November:
I went for the mini-blogger meet up at KYspeaks...

Almost got lost on the way, but apparently, it is at the simplest place..(and I didn't realise it!!)
This is the first time I have ever seen the much talked about FireAngel and Suanie in real life. Oh yeah, and there was Serge aka Dustyhawk, Emily, Albert, Peter and Wuan, Andreas, (ones that I have met previously).

I tried dragging Jess, Jacqueline and Maddie, but they had plans...oh well *but at least I know who to keep in mind in future* :-)

Ok, actually I am too lazy to write or upload pictures now.... Just not in a good mood *meaning that I am in a bad mood* to really interact or write much these past few days.

*KY, sorry that I didn't really talk that much during the meeting... Just been keeping to myself mostly at this point of time. It's not good, but whatever.

Nah, I am not shy this round, Peter. Just *emotional state, that's all* :-P

Yeah, and my camera is much better this time round!!! *woo hooo!!*

But yeah, if you want pictures, go to either KYSpeaks or Cyber-Red's blogs. I will update more links to it later.
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Pictures after PD!

Pictures after PD!


Bell in his *gear*!
He is so going to *kill* me for putting this up!!!



Two men kissing ...How *obscene*!!
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Plans for the long break

14/11/2005

Plans for the long break

1. Bloody finish my bloody assignments!!

I have one due on 25th November, one right after my birthday!! Can you beat that?
Another two due in December, and not only that, I have to update my MCI TP file.

2. Go and visit a Special Needs organization to do research for my Special Needs course.

I have the intention of visiting a Deaf & Dumb organization. Brendan says that there is a ministry for that in FGA. I should check that out.

Anyone wanna join me check out the organisation? Well, I do know some basic sign language, so I hope that is enough to sign some ??? I need to get their contact details first, ah.

3. Learn swimming. After the hopeless failure of Bell trying to teach me some basic strokes, I am considering learning something basic, even if you fail to get me into the swimming pool due to my aqua-phobia. Waha ha ha.

4. Find out more about USQ accomodations and what to bring there!

5. Meet up with long lost and forgotten friends.

6. Try to study and not fail my assignments. Try to study and not fail my assignments. Try to study and not fail my assignments. Try to study and not fail my assignments. Try to study and not fail my assignments. :-)

7. Get hopelessly intoxicated and drunk. With Kelvin around, I am sure of it. *Lolz*.

8. to be updated.
9. to be updated.
10. to be update!!!!!
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Christianity in China...

13/11/2005

Christianity in China...

Okay, I stole these links from Cheryl's website...

May I start by saying what a great honour it is for me to be addressing you today. Our links with the Asia Society are so strong that the New York headquarters have created a website for us and we look forward to working closely with them and you as this project develops. It was here in Hong Kong, through the people, the museums, the libraries and the stories, that I first discovered the Early Church of China, then completely unknown to me. It was here that as an eighteen and nineteen year old, working as a volunteer at the St. Christopher's Children's Home on the Tai Po Road, that I first heard tell of this Chinese Church and first learnt to read Chinese. Perhaps I was predestined to study Chinese religion for I learnt to read Chinese by following the characters in a 1930 edition of English hymns translated into Chinese! So, this is a coming home and I am most grateful to you all for this invitation.

For many years, ever since I first found out about the Early Church of China, I have wanted to go deeper into this story and into the particular version of the Christian Gospel, which it seemed to embody. I have gone deeply into Taoism and Buddhism in China over the years, and have had the privilege of translating the great classical texts such as the Tao Te Ching, I Ching, the myths and legends of Kuan Yin, the Eight Immortals, and perhaps the greatest delight, translating Chuang Tzu. I have been very fortunate in working professionally with Taoists on the Sacred Mountains, and with Chinese Buddhists on various ecological projects. I have travelled extensively in China, and was thus able some twelve years ago to go and see the famous so-called Nestorian Stone found in 1625 and carved in 781 AD, which graphically describes the coming of Christianity in the early 7th century to China.....

For more read here...

Amazing Discovery of China

First hand discovery account

English translation of the text

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Storms in my heart.

09/11/2005

Storms in my heart.

Many women (in the marriageable age range of 26 onwards above) would say, this man meets at least 60/70% of the criterias that they are looking for in a man.
Because of this, they think that they should *catch* him, and not let this particular *fish* go....but unfortunately, not of the same faith.....(and some, not going after them)...

But I say, so what if he does meet those criterias? If he is not going after you, what difference does it make?

But they say, but I like him, and I know he likes me too!

I say, he may meet 60/70 % of the criterias. SO WHAT?

What about your principles? Your faith?

To the woman who contemplates giving up her faith for a man.....
I ask, is it worth giving God up for one mere man?

Perhaps he may drive a brand new sporty car, (or may not!), has a stable job, (maybe a doctor/ engineer/ towkay) and owns a house, and gets along fabulously with you, and has looks that could drip chocolate from you..... and then I ask God, *but don't you want me to find a man who could provide me all this*?

And then He asks me in return, DON'T you TRUST me to provide for you?

There are times when I do wonder if God really exists, or if He could be a figment of my imagination...
But then, sometimes when I see how frail Man is, with that one swip of His hand, or in the blink of an eye, that man that made you give your faith up for God can be taken just as easily away from you.

Yet, my love for God prevents me from taking that one perilous step forward. Sometimes I feel that if one can't keep hold of one's principles, what makes us think that the man will respect us any more if we gave them up?....

The storm comes and the storm goes. It is but just temporary. But the Word of God, will remain as it is. Whoever who clings on to the Word of God in the times of storm, will survive.

I hope that one day *YOU* will find the Living Word and cling on to it as I have.

Walk on the water, like Peter, I have been called to. I walk across it coz I heard Him calling me to.
He says He will be with me when I go to Australia. Or where ever I go. Yet I am afraid. I am very afraid coz turbulent storms are blowing in the midst. I am scared of what I see. But walk on, He keeps calling me and not to fear the storms...Not to fear the storms which is in my heart...

Walk on He calls me to.....He will be there by my side...
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The storm shall pass...I hope.

06/11/2005

The storm shall pass...I hope.

The past one week has been a state of emotional upheaval for me. When I brought my file in to be seen by Melanie (a week ago), her words confirmed the possibility of my leaving for USQ early next year, which status has hitherto been questionable.

The reality of this finally hits home.

Yet today, when I was dragged to attend this Wanita Fellowship, I received a word from the Lord that confirmed my hesitancy. Indeed, there are things that I have been questioning, and I have not the capacity, or the understanding to fathom it.

I guess I no longer have the same kind of vibrancy or boldness that I would have had (when I was much younger) a couple of years back.... which I would have jumped then at the chance at the long term opportunity and never ever wanting to come back here again!

The fear of the unknown, , and going alone.

There are other things, as well as unsettled business, and other other things that are troubling me at this point of time, which I should like to settle before heading off. as well as the fact of not knowing if I would ever set foot back here in the soils of this land that I was born in....
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After dinner

05/11/2005

After dinner



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After a long day at PD, we have Satay for dinner. The guys pose for us!! :-)
Well, only Bell & I swam anyway!
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On the way to PD...

On the way to PD...



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In Sophia's car....
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At Wong Kok Char Chan Teng!

04/11/2005

At Wong Kok Char Chan Teng!


Steven & Winston.

my cheese rice & chocolate milkshake I ordered at Wong Kok!

If its your birthday, you get that big glass of tea!

Guess who's armpit hair is this??

The mad group of people!!
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At Char Chan Teng!

At Char Chan Teng!



Some members of the Connections met up at Chan Char Teng South City Plaza today for lunch....Meet the entire mad group of people!!
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A new Camera & blogger meetup at KY's.

02/11/2005

A new Camera & blogger meetup at KY's.

Today I went to Amcorp to get my Nokia fixed. My phone is still under warranty, so it was pretty cool. There was a problem with the LCD display, apparently.

Ok, so much for the indecisiveness yesterday about the cameras!! *lolz*

Sorry, Laynie...hehe.

Ok, I was trying to decide between a Canon Ixus 30 and a Casio Exilim EXZ110. Both retailing for RM999. The Ixus 30 came bundled with an SD card, whilst the Casio didn't.

I didn't think the Canon was such a worth it, coz half the money actually goes to the advertising and marketing of the Canon. For the Casio however, there is less marketing on it, so you would be paying for the functionality!
According to the sales person, Ricoh outsources their cameras but uses their own lenses.

*dunno how much of that is true lar*

Whilst waiting to get my Nokia fixed, I went around shopping for cameras, and I finally settled on this.


Image from Ricoh.

RM777 bundled with a 256MB SD card. Capability: 5.0 Mega pixels.Quicktime video recording.(with sound).
Generally good for point-and-clicking. It's cheaper than what I found yesterday..
*Even a better deal!*

Anyway, to digress here, just want to mention that there is a potluck blogger-meet up at KY Speaks.
The map is here.

If you are interested, please prepare food enough for
(according to KY, about 2, but I think the people will starve, so make it enough for 10)
people and of course, inform them (I should think either KY or Peter Tan at their blogs) of your presence.

KY’s Residence (Potluck) Bloggers Meet
Date: November 6, 2005 (Sunday)
Time: 2:00pm
Venue: 8, Lorong SS3/59B, Petaling Jaya.
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