Sunday, February 22, 2009
Yay!! suka beg ni. haha. walaupun mcm x brp selamat sbb transparent tp warna die yg kuning gedik itu + labuci2 (org panggil labuci ke?? ntah~~) mcm sesuai je utk personaliti I. haha. Wei,,,kalo jumpa kat tanabang bg tau!!!
Thursday, February 19, 2009
Posted By: Jeffrey Wonoprabowo, Internal Medicine, 11:31PM Feb 10
Wrote In: Medscape Med Students MedPulse®
This is a post I started a while back after talking with someone I respect. He used to teach neuroscience here at Loma Linda University and now helps out with the freshman neuroscience small-group sessions. We were talking about medical school and what medical students go through. At the time I held off on finishing the post, but after reading Kendra's recent post, I decided to come back to this one.
Certain things seem to be taboo topics among medical students. Or at least things that medical students are not expected to say or feel. One of those things is doubt. Doubt about wanting to keep going. Doubt about how you're feeling. Doubt about yourself. And doubt about your motivations.
Students bravely walk to and from classes, labs, and the library keeping their heads high and answering that common "how are you doing" question with a "fine" and a smile. Sometimes in a moment of honesty one might sign and admit being tired. But admit being discouraged? Hardly. Admit to doubting the desire to keep on keeping on? Not to anyone but close friends. And even to close friends it is hard to admit when they are not (or have never been) medical students.
I've tried expressing my doubts and the not-infrequent desire to quit to non medical friends. All I get is a "Oh, don't give up. It'll all be worth it in the end." How would they know?
The thing is, nobody wants to hear us complain. Everyone is proud of where we are. They expect great things. And who wants an unsure doctor? So, it seems, we medical students continue putting on a confident and sure face even though each one of us goes through the low points of medical school.
piece written by Dr. Pauline Chen, MD. She writes about meeting with three former classmates twenty years after medical school. All three, for the first time, discovered that they all were miserable during those years. But back then, nobody ever talked about it.
In October 2008, the New York Times published a
In October 2008, the New York Times published a
Sadly, things are still the same today. Sure, we moan and groan to each other. But that's about it. We bottle up our emotions. We hide our failures. We ignore our insecurities. We project and exude confidence because that's who we should be. And all of it takes a toll.If only we could be honest with someone about how we feel, we would realize that we all share in the misery. And that in itself might be comforting.
Tuesday, February 17, 2009
"Hidup ceria tinggal dekat pokok"
hehs. nk gelak jap. td lepas blk dr diskusi yg plg singkat dlm history (x smpi pun sejam...siap result pun x sempat nk tgk) trus bukak BH online... click punya click selain baca psl Siti yg tgh bersedih (Al-Fatihah), n also psl Perak yg hot je mmnjg tetiba terclick artikel psl POKOK.
Pokok?? Please laaa..pokok je poonn. Even baby dlm kandungan pun tau kott pokok tu apa (Hidup OGR!!). Tp apa yg sy baca ni mmg menarik. Pokok tu bukanla setakat pokok yg kita nmpak hari2---pastu bengang kalo daun dia menyemak atas tanah.
Diringkaskan cerita menurut 1 penyelidikan kat London,, orang yang tinggal dekat kawasan banyak pokok lebih gembira dan mencatat prestasi baik dalam ujian.(***+.+ Muka kompius).
Malah, jalan yang dipenuhi pokok juga menyebabkan kadar jenayah rendah dan mewujudkan suasana lebih mesra walaupun di kawasan miskin.(*** xpuas ati..bukak bnyk kes rogol kat semak ke?? Adakah semak x termasuk category pokok??)
Tp kan sy perasan yg bila sy dekat dgn pokok mmg sy rs sejuk je hati, x la serabut sgt. sbb tu kott org kalo nk bercuti pergi cari tempat yg tenang n sejuk. Tp kan kalo teori psl pokok mengurgkn kdr jenayah tu mcm x sure sgt sbb hati manusia mmg x dpt nk diteka. Maybe jenayah berat kot yg x de.. Jenayah ringan2 tu mcm bnyk jee. N pasal prestasi baik dlm ujian,, bab2 blaja ni x nk komen lebih2. But mmg fact yg bnyk Universiti yg hebat kat dunia landscape U diorg penuh dgn pokok yg cantik. Apa lagi,, jom la tanam pokok~~~
Saturday, February 14, 2009
"Oyster omelette is a Chinese dish of Teochew/Fujian origin. It is also popular in places with Chaozhou and Fujianese influences such as in Guangdong, Hong Kong, Malaysia, Singapore, the Philippines, and Taiwan (where it is often sold in night markets).The dish consists of an omelette with a filling primarily composed of small oysters. Starch (typically potato starch) is mixed into the egg batter, giving the resulting egg wrap a thicker consistency.Depending on regional variation, a savory sauce may then be poured on top of the omelette for added taste."
Do you ever heard of oyster Omelette?? Ayat yg lebih sedih...Do you ever eat it?? Anyone?? Waaa!!!!sedap x korang??? Nak makan!!! Ces~~ nk masak pun x sure macam mn la rasa die. Sedih jap. Sapa2 tau mn2 kedai ke warung ke ape laa yg penting halal n sedap please contact me. Serious teringin gile~~
Friday, February 13, 2009
haha,,dah bersawang dah kott blog ni. mls btul nk tulis tambah2 tenet tetiba mcm siput.. habis sudah riwayat tenet yg super power... sob2. btw,, baru je dpt email dr email@example.com n seperti biasa bnykla baju, beg.. suma la pokoknya n tetiba cantik la pulak kali ni...Cess!!!,,diorg tau sy pokai kot ( bukan pokai yg jd isu--- x mmpu sbnrny nk beli. huhu)