Sadly, most citizens have yet to understand the true role of political leadership and have been pulled, unfortunately, into the political games of the politicians. Many fail to realise running a country is a big deal.
Pampering and over-protection, be it by parents or the government, can result in the ‘privileged’ ones developing a sense of entitlement.
Let us, the helpless middle class, send a strong message that we will not allow those in power to rob us of our sense of humanity.
Airline crew members should have option to wear what they deem reasonably appropriate and consistent with their religion so long as it does not interfere with their duties.
It is important for the rakyat to fully understand and appreciate that the number of politicians in power is insignificant compared to Malaysia’s population of 30 million people.
Hidden information, other than security matters, is usually indicative of political abuse. Hence, it is commendable Finance Minister Lim Guan Eng has started culture of sharing information with the rakyat.
Paint the story of your life – whether you take “control” of it or just float like a tyre in the ocean.
We are all required to embrace each other in peace and work together for the better good.
Education that enhances the cognitive skills of its citizens is the bedrock of the nation.
Empowerment is the process of becoming stronger and more confident, especially in controlling one’s life and claiming one’s rights. Empowerment allows the citizen to live a dignified life as a human being.