Thursday, February 19, 2009

Pristine philosophy of life on earth from Ipoh

Uncle Krisnan just telephoned from Ipoh and said fairly philosophically that for anyone on earth to be respected by others, he must first has self-respect, and respect others. He said: " we cannot show power in utter disrespect for others first, and then demand respect from those we have disrepected ". Uncle Krisnan, my father's old dear friend who merely finished Standard 6 in Sungai Pari, and who once worked as a collector of nightsoil, before modern public toilers were introduced in Ipoh in the late 1970s, is doubtlessly a wiser man than any self-styled 'philosopher-king' in Alexandria, real or fake, and elsewhere on earth.

Addressing folks in Ipoh on situation in Perak


Blogger Unknown said...

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Blogger Unknown said...

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