The Myth about EQ, Anger and Hope

That made me realised that my main source of anger, as mentioned above, arise out of pure hope as a lawyer who has just been in practice for 2 years. I have hoped that every lawyer who had been admitted to the Bar is really a fit and proper person to be admitted as an officer of the Court. By fit and proper, it means at the very least, that there is always an application of mind to the file they manage; that they strive to bring their best case forward without misleading the Judge(s); that they do not do all things necessary just to win, bearing in mind their first duty is as an officer of the Court, and their duty to client comes second. […]

Expectations

What sets them apart is, unlike many of us, they have extraordinary callings in life. The titles they carry are expected to be synonymous to perfection. They have on their shoulders unforgiving burdens and responsibilities. If to err is human, people certainly expect them to be God and Goddess. […]

Syed Saddiq – The Millennial Minister

So the message I have for my millennial Minister is this. You get to decide who you want to hire as your special officer. You get to decide whatever photo you want to post on your social media. People will disagree with you. They will say all the nasty things there can possibly be like they would to stigmatise millennials. But please also remember that there are just as much, if not more people out there (commonly millennials but not necessarily so) who are ready to back you up. In fact, in both instances, you had people sticking up for you even before you chose to respond the way you responded. […]

Response to KJ on the Appointment of EC Chairman

Sure, the Pakatan Manifesto said what it said. But the question I put to you, KJ, is this: Objectively, what is the ultimate aim that we all want to achieve? For the people, we want an Election Commission which is clean, fair and impartial. And you? Reading from your Twitter debate with Ambiga, I think you want a janji ditepati. […]

To respect = To agree?

Being respectful is a virtue. However, it becomes a problem when it is dubbed as a one-sided notion which means to never answer back, to never question, to never doubt, to accept, to nod, and to keep your opinion to yourself. […]

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