Tuesday, December 29, 2009

Song: Eden by Kanjani8; Daisuki!

<<< The video of my favourite Kanjani8 songs are here.

Eden by Kanjani Eito

Onaji yumemiru tabi ni Nakushiteru ki ga shita 

Afureru kimi e no kotoba Satosu you ni tsumuide wa 

Nagareru kumo to Onaji you na shirosa wo 
Ikudo mo motomete Bokura wa koko ni ita 

Won't you stay by my side 
Dokoka de kurikaeshiteku to sureba 
Please stay by my side 
Mata Kimi ni meguriaitai yo 

We gonna reach for the Eden... 

Hora chiisana garakuta ni inochi ga yadoru you na 
Aimai de dokoka yasashige na Uso ni tsutsumarete itai 

Umareru mae kara Kawaranai bokura no 
Kawatte iku kokoro wo Te no hira de aibu shite 
Wasurerareru nara 

Won't you stay by my side 
Subete wo suriherashiteku to shitemo 
Please stay by my side 
Ima wa Kimi no soba de nemuritai yo 

Arifureta kibou no uta wo mae ni shite 
Boku wa nani omou no darou woo la la... 
Kagirareta jikan no naka oyoide 
Tadoritsukeru basho wo sagashiteru 

Won't you stay by my side 
Dokoka de kurikaeshiteku to sureba 
Please stay by my side 
Mata Kimi ni meguriaitai yo 

'Cause we gonna reach for the Eden...

I love this song, and other songs too, Hitotsu No Uta, Kyuuzou Show, Sayonara Wa Itsumo, many many more. 

Sunday, December 27, 2009

We all need a little inspiration; I love this story!

A story of Triumph & Tragedy. 

Brothers Michael and Chris were both born in the early 1960s and grew up in a mostly black neighborhood in Richmond, California, right outside of San Francisco.

Both boys were well behaved in school and brought home mostly A's on their report cards all through grade school.

But coming from a working-class family with eight children, money was always tight, so the boys often had to go without. In fact, things were so tight, the two growing boys were often hungry.

So they did what many boys do when they're hungry and have no food - they stole. From the time they were five until they were well out of high school, the boys stole. They stole crackers from the cupboard in the middle of the night... they stole cookies from the grocery store... and they stole sandwiches from the sandwich shop.

If it wasn't nailed down and was worth something, Michael and Chris would find a way to steal it. They even stole money from their parents from time to time. But more often than not, they stole to satisfy their hunger.

When it was time for Michael and Chris to attend high school, they were bused across town to Kennedy High School. It was during high school that something happened that made Chris decide to change his behavior. At the end of his freshman year in high school, Chris had received three A's and three F's on his report card - the first time he had failed anything in school.

Because Kennedy High School only allowed three failures over four years, one more F and Chris would be kicked out of school. That's when he made up his mind to change. Years later Chris would recall that defining moment in his life with these words:

"I sat outside my house at the beginning of that summer knowing that I was letting my chance slip away. One more F and I'd be just another high school dropout, hanging around the neighborhood, hoping to get on with the county or to get into the service.

"At the time I didn't know my brother Rusty would end up in prison... or that my brother Harold would die without having seen much of the world. I certainly didn't know what would happen to Michael. I only knew that I had to get out of there. I wanted to see San Francisco every day, to pick out my own clothes, drive my own car, and be whatever a man could hope to be, not just a black man, not just a man from the flats of Richmond. I wanted no limitations. I wanted to be whatever a man could hope to be."

Chris' decision to change his behavior wasn't an easy one. He took a lot of grief from his friends for choosing to excel in school, instead of squeaking by with C's and D's. But that decision to change took him in an entirely different direction from his brother Michael, who resisted changing his unproductive behavior.

Chris went on to graduate from high school... graduate from college... and graduate from law school. For 15 years he worked as a Deputy District Attorney in Los Angeles, California, prosecuting murderers, drug dealers, gang members and crooked cops. Today Chris is better known as Christopher. You probably recognize him by his full name - Christopher Darden, one of the lead prosecutors in the trial of the century, the O. J. Simpson trial!

What became of Christopher's brother, Michael? After high school Michael joined the army and returned to his hometown shortly after his tour of duty. Back in Richmond, Michael continued his pattern of anti-social behavior - hustling in the streets... and stealing to support himself and a growing drug habit. On November 29, 1995, Michael Darden died at the age of 42... from AIDS.

This story of triumph and tragedy serves to remind us that when it's all said and done, who we are and what we become is determined by the choices we make.

We can choose to get better... or we can choose to get bitter. Whether we make those choices to improve at age 14, like Christopher Darden... or at age 64, like Colonel Sanders, those choices have the power to dramatically increase our value in virtually everything we do.

That's what the saying "change... or be changed" is all about. Christopher Darden changed. He changed from being a criminal... to prosecuting criminals.

He changed his attitude from being angry and sullen... to being open and accepting.

He changed from an underachiever... to an honor student who took responsibility for his grades and his education.

He changed from a disillusioned teen-ager with low self-esteem... to an optimistic young man determined to turn his dreams into reality.

His brother Michael, on the other hand, was changed. He was changed by grinding poverty... he was changed by the code of the streets ... he was changed by illegal drugs... and finally, he was changed by an insidious disease.

Christopher Darden made the tough choices... he made the changes in his life that helped him accomplish his dreams.

His brother Michael, on the other hand, took the easy way out - or at least what he thought was the easy way out. He kept hanging around the same group of loser friends... he kept practicing the same self-destructive habits. As a result of the changes they did or did not make, both men chose their fates: Christopher chose to became a successful prosecutor. And Michael chose to become just another sad story of the streets.

The sobering truth is, "Either way, you pay!" The truth is the price that Michael paid for refusing to change was much higher than the price that Christopher paid for seeking to change.

I'd like to think that Michael didn't die in vain. I'd like to think that by hearing this story, some people will finally understand the profound importance of making positive, productive changes in their lives.

When it's all said and done, you have a choice.

You can choose to become Michael.

Or you can choose to become Christopher.

You can continue to do the things that will lead to frustration and unhappiness.

Or you can make the changes that help you get what you want most out of life.

Don't choose to become like so many people who COULD HAVE become a millionaire... or who COULD HAVE become happier... or who COULD HAVE become healthier... or who COULD HAVE made a contribution - but didn't. Start making the changes you need to make TODAY... so that you can become the person you want to become TOMORROW!

Go where your heart takes you.

It meant something to me,
Suey Erz

Saturday, December 26, 2009

Don't we all? =)

This is a cheese cake that Chihiro baked today for her Kyuudou friends! Don't you think it looks delicious? =) I hope to try it someday!

Read on, I hope it means something to you!                    

I was parked in front of the mall wiping off my car. I had just come from the car wash and was waiting for my wife to get out of work. Coming my way from across the parking lot was what society would consider a bum. From the looks of him, he had no car, no home, no clean clothes, and no money. There are times when you feel generous but there are other times that you just don't want to be bothered. This was one of those "don't want to be bothered times." "I hope he doesn't ask me for any money," I thought. He didn't. He came and sat on the curb in front of the bus stop but he didn't look like he could have enough money to even ride the bus. After a few minutes he spoke. "That's a very pretty car," he said. He was ragged but he had an air of dignity around him. His scraggly blond beard keep more than his face warm. I said, "thanks," and continued wiping off my car. He sat there quietly as I worked. The expected plea for money never came. 

As the silence between us widened something inside said, "ask him if he needs any help." I was sure that he would say "yes" but I held true to the inner voice. "Do you need any help?" I asked. He answered in three simple but profound words that I shall never forget. We often look for wisdom in great men and women. We expect it from those of higher learning and accomplishments. I expected nothing but an outstretched grimy hand. He spoke the three words that shook me. "Don't we all?" he said. I was feeling high and mighty, successful and important, above a bum in the street, until those three words hit me like a twelve gauge shotgun. Don't we all? I needed help. Maybe not for bus fare or a place to sleep, but I needed help. I reached in my wallet and gave him not only enough for bus fare, but enough to get a warm meal and shelter for the day. Those three little words still ring true. No matter how much you have, no matter how much you have accomplished, you need help too. No matter how little you have, no matter how loaded you are with problems, even without money or a place to sleep, you can give help. Even if it's just a compliment, you can give that. You never know when you may see someone that appears to have it all. 

They are waiting on you to give them what they don't have. A different perspective on life, a glimpse at something beautiful, a respite from daily chaos, that only you through a torn world can see. Maybe the man was just a homeless stranger wandering the streets. Maybe he was more than that. Maybe he was sent by a power that is great and wise, to minister to a soul too comfortable in themselves. Maybe God looked down, called an Angel, dressed him like a bum, then said, "go minister to that man cleaning the car, that man needs help." Don't we all?

Suey Erz

Friday, December 25, 2009



HO HO HO ! ! ! 


Christmas waves a magic wand over this world, and behold, everything is softer and more beautiful.

Thursday, December 24, 2009

201209; Happy Birthday Sir!

This Party took place at Agilan's house and it is Sir's BIG THREE ZERO Birthday!

20th December.
Happy Big 'Three Ohh' Birthday, Sir!

My beloved Sir Shreenath C.

Watching his Birthday presentation. Good old days.

Sir & MEB2006; Jeannie, Sapura & Aiman.

Sir & Sor Wen.

Sir & The Girls.

Sir and his buddies! Lai Ping and Alice PLY.

Sir & His beloved 08 kids.

The guys and boys!

Majlis EXCO Belia 2008.

My Papa!

I am so very grateful until today and forever that I met this man in my life, Sir Shreenath C. He is more than anything you could ask for. He believes in you for what people has not seen in you. He is more than a father and a friend can be. All I really wanna say is, I LOVE YOU and MAY GOD KEEP BLESSING YOU WITH THE GREATEST THINGS IN LIFE! He looks into things that people can't see you and gives the opportunity to shine! If in any case you will meet him in the future, remember he only pleases you but never let you down! OMG. I think of him practically everyday and think of all the memories we had in Year 2008! I wanna turn back time!

P/S: I won't elaborate much here because I know how much he really meant to me.
Happy Birthday Sir! 
May God bless you!
You're the best damn thing in my life!

Warmest Regards, 
Suey Erz.

Happy Birthday EKIN! ♥

This blog post is dedicated to a friend, pal, senior, and sister named Farahani Asyikin Maszli!


best social queen!

hawt pretty emcee for her very first time.

this is how cute she is.

and how crazy she is, that is why i love her!


You are very one special person. It is really fun and nice to be with you. Hahaha. LET'S NEVER STOP BEING CRAZY cause that's what we do best!

P/S: I told her am not able to join her for movie today! Giggles!* CAUSE I AM GOING! Hahaha. I just love to surprise people! 
See you Ekin!
May God bless you in your future undertakings.

Sincerely ,
Suey Erz

Wednesday, December 23, 2009

RC Nite 2009; We are YOU-nique! 191209

Imma let the pictures do the talking!

Rice kolam; Our emblems!

Rice kolum; Grand Peacock!

Me & Sor Wen. ILY!

Mine & Sheila's; Striking!

Me & Bell!

My favourite!; Sapura, Me & Jeannie!

The Grand Hall!

Sheila & I; ILY!

My favourite performance; Danz-aholic!

Calysta & I; Love yr dance yeah!

The emcees of the night! AWESOME!

Sze Yiin & I; I miss her so much! She is also a factor of who I became today!

Juniors, seniors and exco! Love you Chia Hui, Joey and Hong Seng! STAR Unites!

Superb Team! DANZ-aholic!

Beautiful Mama and I; She is gorgeous!

Yoke Ping, Me and Zee Cheng; My sister from Tutti! Hahaha.

Me & Leeza! Thank you for everything! From the Add Maths to the saree! I love it! THANKS!

Picture Perfect!

Me and My Papa Sir Shree! Loves him to death! 

Sheila, Mani and Me! We are the rockers!

1 Malaysia! We are YOU-nique! 
Sapura anggun, Ching Pei comel and Sarah HAWT!

A night of wonders again! 


Memories lasts forever; beautiful.

Greetings from Japan! ♥

Now Imma blog everything.

This is package from Chihiro!

The present contents!

Inside; Keroro Towel, Meiji Chocolate Pack, Milky Candy Pack, Chihiro's Letter, Usabichi, Sayuka's letter, Suzy's Zoo Key Ring and Yuri's Letter.

I have received the package from Aparna! I am so happy and surprised! I LOVE THE PRESENT VERY VERY MUCH! Hontouni Arigato! You made me very very happy! It is kept safely with me! I am very surprised to receive gifts from Sayuka and Yuri too! I miss them so much! Thank you very much! Aisheteru Japan! 

It was a very big pleasure for me to receive this back from Japan! Thank you very much, Chihiro! Hontouni Arigato! All this just makes me wanna go Japan again! This experience for me has been very very wonderful indeed. I couldn't ask for more. Thank you so much, God for my everything that happened in Year 2008! I hope the relation between MRC & JRC lasts forever! Knowing that this year would be the last year of the MRC & JRC Youth Exchange Program, it is indeed a very sad news. I hope this could go on forever! I really wish to go back Japan someday! You can give me any country but I really wanna go back to Japan! Hahaha. I miss everyone and everything there!

The smallest thing that happens on your day could make you the world happiest person every other days! ;D

Anata ga inakute samishii desu! ; I miss you all back in Japan! 

Your truly ,

Tuesday, December 22, 2009

This is it! ;D

That's it!

Blog name:
Koe Wo Kikasete. (Let me hear your voice.)
Blog link:

221209. The new second blog is born.
done with the old, and off to the new!
10 hearts for the upcoming year; 2010!