Malaysians, We Stand United

Tomorrow expect to see a group of people at Bangsar LRT station. If they’ve a piece of string or rope the length of their arm, they’re mostly there for the Tali Tenang random act.


This is being organized by Random Alphabets. The very same group who initiated the KL Freeze in Unison at Pavillion.

They’re back and this time it’s to show the country and the world, despite the mess this country falls in, we Malaysians believe in the spirit of Muhibbah. We, the Rakyat, remain calm and rational in our emotions. Not letting others who choose to disrupt our love for the country and its people, break us.

Like a strand of string or rope is easy to be cut, but a rope weaved with other ropes and string makes it tougher to be cut. 🙂

Find out more details of the Tali Tenang event on Facebook.

Updated: January 24, 2010

Malaysians for Unity, successful! 🙂

The Ultimate Muhibbah Test

In Malaysia history books, children and students are taught the meaning of “muhibbah”. It’s about Malaysia’s multi-racial community living harmoniously with one another.

Lately, we’ve had temple destructions, cow head displays and pig head displays. Now comes another grueling test towards our beliefs in muhibbah, church burnings in Malaysia.

It isn’t bothering me religiously but mentally. I start questioning the morality of Malaysians actions towards such acts. Furthermore, how should these acts be judged later?

It’s like a frequency disturbing my wave of thoughts. Where can I find peace? What can I do to calm my thoughts and regain myself? Then I remembered, Juwita Suwito’s song performed for Visit Malaysia 2007. It was titled; One Golden Celebration.

I hope the song (and maybe video) would help you calm your nerves too. We’re Malaysian and let us continue living together in spirit of muhibbah.