Sejak Pandemik COVID 19, semua urusan adalah dalam talian, dari pengajaran, pembelian, mesyuarat hinggalah ke mesyuarat PIBG. Mesyuarat PIBG Sekolah Tun Fatimah diadakan secara dalam talian pada 26 September 2021. Kehadiran yang agak memuaskan dan undian ahli PIBG yang baru pun dibuat secara dalam talian. Agak mudah bagi ibubapa untuk hadir mesyuarat PIBG secara dalam talian, cuma tidak dapat bersua dan beramah mesra dengan ahli-ahli yang lain. Setiap sesuatu itu pasti ada yang baik dan kekurangan.
Do you like watching Running Men, the Korean reality series? Watching this program will enable you to study the Korean culture. What stroke me while watching this program was Koreans always wish good things for others, for example, wish businesses go well, wish good health and long life for others. I remind myself to pray and wish good things for others and maybe that is the least I could offer.
When we pray for others, God listens to you and blesses them.
So when you are safe and happy, remember that someone is praying for you.https://www.quotemaster.org/Praying+For+Others
Language is so special, without which there will be no communication. In this video, Martin Hilbert distinguishes between a dialect and a language. Instead of dialects, linguists prefer the term speech varieties. Interestingly, he highlights the English varieties, which include Nigerian English and Malaysian English. Each has its own unique characteristic and pronunciation.
Make sure you don’t miss the due date.
What to do when you are surrounded by those who hate you.
Your body posture can tell whether you feel powerful or powerless.
I found this video very inspirational. Simon Sinek started off with the golden circle, that is, three questions to ask, what, how and why? The most important is WHY. Why you do it? He said that we follow those who share with us what they believe in and give us the answer to the why question. And he distinguished leaders from those who lead, ‘Leaders hold a position of power or authority. but those who lead inspire us’. We follow those who lead not because we have to but because we want to. The punchline is we follow not for them but for ourselves.