Saturday, January 15, 2011

(-) add (-) does not equal to (+)

During my induction course for new staffs at Hosp AnNur, the motivator (Dr Azrul) told us all: two negative does not gives out a positive... our brain can't define it like that.

For example if you say " don't slam the door"; then your brain will break it to "don't" and "slam the door".. so unintentionally you are telling your brain: slam the door.

It is better to say "close the door softly"

He said that during his practical times, he used to pray for no accidents, no bad cases, no emergency operations.. and that is what that happens.. then he learn to change his prayer to the people be more careful when driving, everyone is safe and healthy.

So when you pray for something... say "I want something nice", rather than "I want something not bad"

Homesick = sakit rumah

In the Macmillan English Dictionary, it define homesick as feeling sad and alone because you are far from home. I think a lot of us know the definition of homesick. I think I did too, until I went and face the world to work around strangers for the first time.

I never think much about the term homesick when I went to boarding school (secondary school) for the first time. I didn’t worry about it during my matriculation days. I didn’t even fret about it when I went to Kuantan for my degree. But I felt it so strongly when I go to Bangi; which not suppose to be a problem when Bangi is only 30 minutes away from Shah Alam.
I didn’t notice it first, but then I realize that I’m as susceptible to crying as a tap that has it’s rubber inside broken; a little nudge and the water pours out.

I do feel ashamed of myself though; as a 25yrs old person to be as susceptible to crying as I do now… I can get dehydrated not only from sweating and exhaling.. but also from crying..

I hope I can be a better adaptable person.. I also hope that Allah will give what He thinks is best for me..