Showing posts from September 13, 2010

My Kampung Adventure

Lets join me in this short adventure to my beloved kampung. My kampung is popularly known as Rumah Johnson, Seloi Tengah, Sibuti, Miri, Sarawak, located 45 kilometers from Miri Town. You can take public transportation to reach my kampung and it only cost you around RM5-8, if you use bus. My kampung is easily seen from the main road, as it is located opposite with the Miri-Bintulu Bypass.

My dad is staying in this longhouse, since 1997 after he retired from government. In this beautiful long house, 50 families are staying, which consist of 200 over residence. Most of the residence are farmer, off shore workers, etc.

My dad house is number 8 and built up as two floors house. The first level is the living room, wash rooms, dining room and kitchen. The upper level, is divided into 4 comfy rooms. Each room is for all of us.

This video contain the story of my family journey with my two adorable nephews, Ezekiel and Isaac to my beloved kampung. As you watch along, you can enjoy the Miri beaut…

Leadership Lesson - 1st lesson

"Are you willing to accept responsibility?"
And David said unto God, Is it not I that commanded the people to be numbered? even I it is that have sinned and done evil indeed; but as for these sheep, what have they done? let thine hand, I pray thee, O LORD my God, be on me, and on my father's house; but not on thy people, that they should be plagued. 1 Chron 21:17
John C. Maxwell lesson : Times of failure not only reveal a leader's true character, but also present opportunities for significant leadership lessons. After a major victory over the Philistines, King David made a major mistake. The king st...opped trusting God for the defense of his nation and undertook a census to measure his military power. David's willingness to take responsibility for his foolish action demonstrated his depth of character. He repented and accepted punishment from the hand of God, trusting in the grace of God. Even so, David's error snuffed out the lives of s…

Flash Mob @ Oprah Winfrey Show

During The Oprah Show's 24th season kickoff party, Harpo staff and more than 20,000 people pulled off a massive surprise for an unsuspecting Oprah. The entire crowd performed a choreographed piece to the Black Eyed Peas' "I Gotta Feeling," and Oprah was not only shocked, she was thrilled! Award-winning director Michael Gracey says the interaction between the Black Eyed Peas and the crowd is what made the flash mob so extraordinary.

"There's something really special when you take an audience and instead of just being passive and watching, you invite them to participate," he says. "That's why it was so magical for both parties. Two groups of people came together to create something that neither of them could have done alone."