We post stuff on social media about corruption among our politicians and government officers but what do we do besides that to have a positive impact in fighting the menace?
A heartwarming incident during an LRT ride yesterday showed there should be no second thoughts when helping others as that’s what good humans are supposed to do.
Having happiness and love are more achievable than many of our resolutions.
We smokers have our rights but it’s no more valid when we infringe on the liberties of others. It’s our right to smoke but it’s not our right to cause discomfort to others.
There are many with a heart of gold out there. Everyone wants to do their part to help but there must be practicality in whatever we do.
We always seem to be fighting one another for some reason or other. And it might be too late when we decide to finally come together.
All it takes for hell to break loose is a single spark, evident following riots at a Hindu temple in USJ 25. Politicians are to mostly blame for inciting hatred and provoking the people using what is their biggest weapon – race and religion.
Coffee money for cops, local council officers and to ‘kautim’ driving licence … the list goes on. Fighting corruption and dishonesty starts with us.
People who are grieving need emotional support, not impatience and insensitive remarks.
It’s upsetting that road users are throwing caution to the wind and breaking traffic rules with gay abandon.
We form opinions on what we see, not what we know and might end up hurting innocent people.
We welcome Tan Sri Tony Fernandes as the new Malaysia Stadium Corporation chairman in a fun and witty fashion and hope he will improve its operations and finances.
Having a good time is more important than registering a good time, says Twentytwo13 senior copy editor Purwaiz Alam.