Thursday, October 29, 2009

iklan ubat..apa yg anda fikirkan?



.....iklan yang menarik...apa yang anda fikirkan.?

Wednesday, October 14, 2009

..selingkuh...






A very meaningful article indeed, to share......


Adultery happens when you start looking for what you don't have.
"Wow, this girl in my office is a real looker. I'm crazy about her because she's also understanding, intelligent, tender - so many
things that my spouse is not."

Somewhere along the way, you'll find a woman or a man who will be more charming or sensitive. More alluring. More thoughtful.
Richer. Have greater sex appeal. And you will find a woman or man who will need you and pursue you and go loco over you more than your spouse ever did.

Because no wife or husband is perfect.

Because a spouse will only have 90% of what you're looking for.
So adultery takes place when a husband or wife looks for the missing 10%.

Let's say your wife is melancholic by nature. You may find yourself
drawn to the pretty clerk who has a cherry daughter.

Or because your wife is a homebody in slippers and pyjamas, smelling of garlic and fish oil, you may fall for a fresh-smelling
young sales representative that visits your office in a sharp black blazer, high heels, and a red pencil-cut skirt.

Or because your husband is the quiet type, your heart may skip a beat when you meet an old college flame who has the makings of a talk show host.

But wait! That's only 10% of what you don't have.

Don't throw away the 90% that you already have!
Add to your spouse's 90% the 100% that represents all the
years that you have been with each other.

The storms you have weathered together.
The unforgettable moments of sadness and joy as a couple.
The many adjustments you have made to love the other.
The wealth of memories that you've accumulated as lovers.

Adultery happens when you start looking for what you don't have.
But faithfulness happens when you start thanking God for what
you already have.
But I'm not just talking about marriage. I'm talking about life!
About your jobs. About your friends. About your children. About your lifestyles.
Are you like the economy airline

The main message:
If you start appreciating what you have right now, wherever you are is FIRST CLASS!

Tuesday, October 06, 2009

Taib Leaves It To PBB To Decide Whether He Should Still Lead Party

BETONG, Oct 5 (Bernama) -- Sarawak Chief Minister Tan Sri Abdul Taib Mahmud said he would leave it to Parti Pesaka Bumiputera Bersatu (PBB) to decide whether he should retain his post of president at the next party general assembly.

Taib, 73, said as one who was loyal to the party, he could not make the decision himself as the party's struggle was his priority.

"I have stated openly that I could step down (as PBB president) anytime, but the party asked me to wait first, so I've left it to the party to decide," he said when simultaneously opening the meetings of the PBB branches at the Datuk Amar Tan Sri Stephen Kalong Ningkan's Sports Hall, here, on Monday.

Taib, who is also state Finance Minister and Planning and Resource Management Minister, said the Sarawak Barisan Nasional (BN) had always made leadership transformation and this was proven by the fielding of 25 per cent new faces as candidates in each state election.

He said the smooth transformation in PBB and that in the other state BN component parties in the spirit of unity, and where the elders were willing to make way for younger leaders, had been the foundation for BN's strength in Sarawak.

Taib, who is also Balingian assemblyman, said PBB as the backbone of Sarawak BN had its own style and distinctive politics to continue serving the people and developing the state.

He said Sarawak did not need to change its government for transformation as what happened in some states in the peninsula, as its development policies had always been in tandem with national development needs.

Taib said since BN had been governing the state, it had brought about much change not only in the urban areas but the rural and remote areas as well.

"Sarawak has its own ways. Changing the government for transformation is not our style, as a government change may not bring much good but a lot of problems instead, as can be seen in some of the opposition-controlled states in the peninsula."

Taib said besides economic development through the creation of the Sarawak Corridor for Renewable Energy (SCORE), focus was also given to capacity-building by producing more skilled manpower through educational development.

Meanwhile at the same function, Deputy Chief Minister Tan Sri Alfred Jabu, who is also PBB deputy president, said the party members gave their full support to Taib to continue leading the party.

He said the 71 PBB branches in Sarawak would also continue to support the politics of development mooted by Taib.

The support did not only come from PBB, but all the other Sarawak BN component parties, namely Parti Rakyat Sarawak (PRS), Sarawak United People's Party (SUPP) and Sarawak Progressive Democratic Party (SPDP), he added.



Siapa dalam PBB Sarawak yg berani nak cakap atau suruh Taib berhenti..ha ha ha...
Semua nya akan membisu ...angguk-angguk,geleng-geleng...