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Tuesday January 21, 2014 MYT 12:05:00 PM
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by norlin wan musa
(Left) Shalwati Nurshal and Azizul Raheem Awalludin.
The problem with protecting a child’s rights as pointed out by a psychologist friend of mine is that sometimes the parent’s rights as are being disrespected. “They (parents) are guilty before proven innocent,” she said referring to the Azizul Raheem and wife.
Sometimes the most important lessons in life aren't deliberately planned.
Though times have changed, the way Hari Raya is spent, with immediate and extended family, remains the same.
There is more to charity than seeking attention or getting rid of what we don't want.
THE next time my son refuses to eat the food I tell him to, I will undoubtedly respect his wish. In fact, from now on, I’ll take my cue from him.
Clearing the clutter to focus on things that matter is the key to living a fuller life.
Taking a break from the usual routine can be an enlightening experience.
One of the things my husband and I are passionate about is exploring the world with our children. We love the adventure that travel brings and the thrill of discovering new things together.
Perhaps the biggest step towards being happy is deciding to be happy.
No matter who you hear it from, it always pays to question your sources of information.
Coming from a huge family can help one deal with death as naturally as it should be.
Norlin Wan Musa started writing when she learned how to hold a pencil and hasn't really stopped. As a work at home mum to two expressive kids and wife to a stoic hubby, she sees humour in life's events.
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