Tuesday, June 30, 2015

Classical Swedish Massage strokes

coming soon with food recipes  

Tuesday, March 5, 2013


Dear Friends!!

Recently I got engaged with Davis Lim! .

Thursday, September 20, 2012

Personal evaluation

We tackle problems our own size. Big people tackle big problems, and small people tackle small problems. The better a persons self-image, the more willing he or she is to take a risk to handle a big problem. The more fragile a persons self-image, the less willing she or he is to tackle a big problem. Problems can stop you temporarily, but only you can stop yourself permanently. We cannot continually handle problems in a way that is inconsistent with the way we see ourselves. If you evaluate yourself as a person of worth., then you will begin to tackle big problems. One of the ways you can tell whether you're growing emotionally and spiritually is by the size of the problems that you're willing to tackle.
The size of your problem is determined not only by how you see it but by what you seek in life. Again, your problem is not your problem. Problems defeat us when we lack purpose in life. Goal-oriented people dont let problems deter them from their goals. If they want to reach them badly enough, they're going to reach them.
People who regularly allow themselves to get sidetracked by problems are people who have no clear purpose in life. When we have a purpose, when we really seek and desire the best of life, our problems begin to shrink. Here's the way it works. As our purpose increases, our problems decrease. As our goal decreases, our problem increases. (Taken from book "Be all you can be!" written by John C. Maxwell)

Monday, August 6, 2012

Last weekend was full of experiences. We went to Sabah with friends, and stayed at the youth camp that was held in Borneo Paradise. Very beautiful place at the coast. Small island was walking distance through the water. With our group whe had adventure climbind the hill. Bit rugged way sometimes what we wanted to reach goal...we did it. On the way back one insect bite my tumb, and it started to get swollen. When I reached the camp place it was already much swollen, hot and red. My body was covered with red rush, and it was too itchy. 3 times I black out ..I prayed what should I do. My nurse friends suggested to go to hospital, but certainly I didnt want. The Charcoal was last solution...but unfortunately I didnt have charcoal with me. But praise the Lord, my friends organized charcoal for me and gave me very consentrated amount of it to drink. Proximately after 1 hour resting I was on my feet, bit dizzy still, but thanks to support and encouragements from my friends I tryed to keep my heart merry...as its the best medicine. My skin was complately clear next day. So happy for fast recovery.

Asian life

For the first time I visited Asian wedding. Its similar with European wedding. The food is just in abundance...like 8 courses of meals. People certainly overeat in this part of the world.
My breakfast consists mainly from the fruits. At the stuff house we have mango tree and ripe mangos are dropping down everyday. Today we had sweet, smelly yellow mangos and pomelo. For lunch is usually vegetable dish. Every house has different mango varietys and coconuts, rambutans, longan berrys, pomelos ect.
Tomorrow we will have health presentation about longevity in medical department at the University, additionally we will do healthy lifestyle book presentation.

Wednesday, July 11, 2012

Blessings in Brunei

I arrived to Brunei this Sunday evening. It has been very busy time, from morning til late evening distributing educational and health books with brother D.L. Meeting with different people from Europe, India, Philippines, Iran ect. The fasting week for moslem people will start next week and will last for 1 month. Their fasting tradition is like this they can eat before 6 am. and after 6 pm. And they break their fast with dates. And usually have social dinner time at buffee. Last night I was asked to present healthy fasting speech at toastmasters club for 7-9 minutes. I talked about different styles of fasting like for detoxing the body, spiritual matter. The reason can be seeking more clouser relationship with God and therefore abstaining from habits that debilitate the body.

 There were around 15 people and later on they evaluated the speech. I have many things to learn still. For example not making long pause and trying to keep eyecontact with people, aswell not looking at the sealing. Also if I want to convince people in somtehing I need to raise my voice and show my emotion. My voice need cultivation for sure.
    Ministers and teachers should give special attention to the cultivation of the voice. They should learn to speak, not in a nervous, hurried manner, but with a slow, distinct, clear utterance, preserving the music of the voice. {CT 239.3}
The Saviour's voice was a music to the ears of those who had been accustomed to the monotonous, spiritless preaching of the scribes and Pharisees. He spoke slowly and impressively, emphasizing those words to which He wished His hearers to give special heed. Old and young, ignorant and learned, could catch the full meaning of His words. This would have been impossible had He spoken in a hurried way and rushed sentence upon sentence without a pause. The people were very attentive to Him, and it was said of Him that He spoke not as the scribes and Pharisees, for His word was as of one who had authority. . . . {CT 240.1}

Next week we plan to do "fasting for cooking" demo for Faculty of Medicin staff and students.

The true fasting which should be recommended to all, is abstinence from every stimulating kind of food, and the proper use of wholesome, simple food, which God has provided in abundance. Men need to think less about what they shall eat and drink, of temporal food, and much more in regard to the food from heaven, that will give tone and vitality to the whole religious experience. {CD 90.1}
Through Esther the queen the Lord accomplished a mighty deliverance for His people. At a time when it seemed that no power could save them, Esther and the women associated with her, by fasting and prayer and prompt action, met the issue, and brought salvation to their people.{CC 245.2}

Tuesday, July 3, 2012

Cultivate good habits

In order for brain to get used to with new habits, its important to repeat new habits many times.
Cultivate the habit of talking with the Saviour. . . . Let the heart be continually uplifted in silent petition for help, for light, for strength, for knowledge. Let every breath be a prayer.
 True prayer, offered in faith, is a power to the petitioner. Prayer, whether offered in the public assembly, at the family altar, or in secret, places man directly in the presence of God. By constant prayer the youth may obtain principles so firm that the most powerful temptations will not draw them from their allegiance to God.  {ML 18.5} 

Thursday, June 28, 2012

The art of understanding your mate

Marriage can be wonderful – and frustrating.
There are no perfect marriages for the simple reason that there are no perfect people, and no one person can satisfy all of one’s needs. The difficulty of achieving a workable marriage is compounded enormously by genetic differences between any two persons. Their environmental backrounds are different, as are their personalities, needs, goals, drives, and emotional responses.
A young woman may know intellectually that it is impossible for two imperfect people to achieve a perfect marriage, yet at a deep feeling level she entertains a romantic dream of perfect fulfillment whit a husband who is gentle and considerate, yet strong and wise – a man who will meet all her needs. She wants to be protected, cherished, loved, yet she desires complete freedom and autonomy. She will often push and test the limits just to make sure they are there, and to test her husbands strength. She receives a sense of security from knowing that he is strong to know what is expected of her, but without limiting her freedom of choice. She wants to be appreciated and to have her self-identity reinforced by oft-repeated signs of recognition, approval and affection.
She wants, basically to be helper, not the boss, but she will seem to seek dominance as she pushes and tests. She desires to control within her own sphere, which involves the home and children, yet she needs a husband’s concern and strength. She wants her “sphere of influence” to be reasonably flexible, depending upon her fluctuating emotional needs; she wants to have affection expressed in many ways, both great and small.
Cecil G. Osborne, D.D

Wednesday, June 13, 2012


The time in Malaysia is going very fast. So many activities...when you get adopted and feel comfortable in that country. I am happy I have seen so many places and experienced so much already since 23 of January. And especially I met many nice people, and made good friends. God has been providing to me all what I need. I took part in SYC (Sabah Youth for Christ) which took place in one amazingly beautiful resort, it was wondeerful experience. Timetable was busy. Especially I liked prayer room. Morning started at 5 am in prayer room. Followed by breakfast and meetings. The moto was" Pastor Cody encouraged to be fearless as Daniel and his 3 friends. If we are in fire like 3 friends of Daniel then we can see Jesus clearly with us. Lets be fearless and not look what can be fearful ahead. If we choose for God there will be no fear. God is love, and there is no fear in love. 1 John 4:18 There is no fear in love; but perfect love casteth out fear: because fear hath torment. He that feareth is not made perfect in love. 
Lets use every opportunity to witness becouse there is a great reward. Maybe we cant see reward right away but we will see it later. 1 Corinthians 3:14 If any man's work abide which he hath built thereupon, he shall receive a reward. 
SYC finished with wall climbing...was exciting.
Next day we went on a Sapi island. Snorkeling was fun. There were big lizards coming from the forrest for their meal (leftovers from the restaurant). I have never seen such a big lizards before.
After beach we enjoyed meal in vegetarian restaurant.

Thursday, May 31, 2012

Let God plan for you!

The time is flying. We are getting clouser for coming of Jesus. I have been meeting many different people that have made big impact on my life! Thankful for that! God bless you all with this quatation:

Christ in His life on earth made no plans for Himself. He accepted God’s plans for Him, and day by day the Father unfolded His plans. So should we depend upon God, that our lives may be the simple outworking of His will. As we commit our ways to Him, He will direct our steps. {Pr 226.3}
Too many, in planning for a brilliant future, make an utter failure. Let God plan for you. As a little child, trust to the guidance of Him who will “keep the feet of His saints.” 1 Samuel 2:9. God never leads His children otherwise than they would choose to be led, if they could see the end from the beginning and discern the glory of the purpose which they are fulfilling as co-workers with Him.—(Ministry of Healing, 478, 479.) {Pr 226.4}

Listen to this beautiful song: http://www.adventistonline.com/video/god-s-way-is-the-best-way-1