here is a strange thought.
remember that story about a father who bought
a 'raga' to bring the grandfather to the market place
so that the grand father can live there all by himself.
They were a family in poverty and could not feed
more then 3 mouth a day by the father's income.
(camana pun, ko ingat kuching ker aper ?
nak buang bapak sndiri kat market kan)
so the father put the grand father in the
'raga' and start paddling his bicycle leaving
his son and wife behind.
Then all of a sudden the son shouted..
'bring back the raga will u!!'
The father shouted back,
the son replied...
'so that i could use it to send u to the
market place when its your time'
(No need to buy, since the usage is like
once a generation, its a good investment)
oh oh.. kejam.
anyway... i guess the moral was...
how ever we're treating our father,
our son will treat us the same too.
So here is the strange thought.
if u ever felt like u wanna rebel to your father,
not listening to your mother, disobeyed them
by go out drinking, smoking and get yourself
Doesnt that will mean that your father
and/or mother too was about the same
when it was their time before?
A rebel in the family burdening your grannys
by 'bending' the law.. and sometime breaking them.
its their turn to feel the pain.
serves them right for doing it
to their parent before.
if u are a good person, obey your parent
and even your future inlaws..
Then by all means, respect your parent
with your utmost respect for they were
good too with their parent before.
understand me pocketeers?
twisted kan.. ohh dont listen to me of course,
lets break the chain and be a good son and
daughter regardless. And hopefully our
next generation will come with the SIRIM
stamp on their forehead ensuring the quality
of the personality programmed from the factory.
heheh, That was the pesanan khidmat masyarakat.
but think about it, twisted but cant u see any
truth in there pocketeers? even for a lil bit?