It’s now 10 deg
It’s now 10 Degree Celsius out there.
And yet, my comforter so cold as if it was soaked into water.
It’s time like this that I will have a really deep thoughts on things. Anything.. anything possible… and impossible. It’s time like this that I will look back in my life and went “oh…” “ah…” “huh?…“. I am a bit funny when I think, be it to anyone or to myself alone. I wont let my day left out without having that deep thoughts. Recently, all my thinking circled around my relationship, my career and my future… yet I am still dragged to let the matter remain unsolved. So much for someone graced by anyone wiser. There’s more of me than meets the eye..
Recently a friend of mine asked if I would migrate to Australia, since I’ve been coming to down under 3 times already. I told everyone that asked how’s life here. How would I resist, it’s better than Labuan in any aspect (exclamation : comparing to Queensland with Labuan alone). Public transport, shopping facilities, security, politics etc. Transparency of the system and easy life for everyone made me wonder if we can achieve the same thing in Malaysia.
Despite all the comments and critics going around every aspect of government in Malaysia, and where the country heading to, I am still here holding my own perception towards my Malaysian citizenship.
I am not Malaysian even though I am Melayu Brunei.
I am not Malaysian even though I am holding a MyKad and red Malaysia Passport.
I am not Malaysian even though I live there.
I am not Malaysian even though I gain benefits and opportunities from the Malaysian government.
I am Malaysian for my love and passion towards the country development, progression, hopes and efforts which someday will benefit everyone disregards the difference in racial and religion aspect.
So my answer will be NO for anyone that asked me if I will surrender my citizenship to live in other country. I know many have done that, for whatever reason that caused them to do so. It’s unquestionable everyone would want to change in some part of their life.
But I will stay here, hoping that I will contribute more to my society in specific, and country in general.