May your Christmas be filled with Light


Wishing all of you a blessed Christmas and a wonderful New Year ahead. May we help to brighten the Light of love, justice and hope in the world and dispel the darkness of repression, injustice and despair.

Someone sent me these words from a group calling themselves ‘The Grandmothers’:

“Do not be afraid when those whom you revere die,” the Grandmothers say, “for love will fill the gap. When a five hundred watt bulb burns out, immediately one hundred fifty-watt bulbs or one thousand tiny five-watt bulbs flick on. These smaller bulbs may hardly be noticed at first, but a plethora of these smaller bulbs light up the darkness. And when they beam their lights together through the Net of Light, they really light up the darkness.

“There is no dearth of light/love on your beloved planet today and there never will be,” the Grandmothers promise. “When Great Ones pass on, their light is released to spread over the universe, to blaze and broadcast over a much wider area than was possible for them before. No longer confined to the limits of one small form, the light of these Great Ones now radiates farther and wider.

“As their light moves outward, it illumines the cosmos (including the earth). And at the moment this happens, your individual lights come together to dispel the darkness around you, to encourage and empower one another, and light the path for those who come after you. You are one of the lights we are talking about,” the Grandmothers say, “and many of you are glowing far brighter than you think. Some of you may measure today at ten watts, at twenty-five watts, or at a hundred watts or more. But whatever your potency at this moment,” they say, “you are burning clear and true and your power will increase over time.

“It is your job to shine your light,” they say. “This is also your delight. Shining is your nature,” the Grandmothers explain, “because shining is what a light does.”

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Keep ’em coming Anil! Take care and have yourself a merry little Christmas!

Andrew I

Merry Christmas everyone. Here’s an article about MCA needing viagra. Well, they’ll probably get some now since it’s been out of stock for quite a while. And we all know why. Happy holidays.

Rich Daddy

Let’s laugh out loud in these celebrations period,

here is the joke of the year:

Perkasa ready to take over Umno’s role, says Ibrahim Ali (


Good wishes alone are not enough it has to come with action, ok guys? Anil’s public bank account is there. Tq!

Michael Maguire

A Happy and peaceful Christmas and New Year to you Anil. After a beautiful fun-filled and relaxing holiday in New Zealand I am back in Penang enjoying the company of my lovely wife, Ann.


Brother Anil,
Wishing you a Merry Christmas & Happy New Year 2014.
Try something different from the Ang Moh’s:
Clay oven baked Kampung Turkey spruced with onion + Tosai.

Last night I was at Gurney Plaza. It was a rendezvous of merry shopping, happy dining & bling-bling attractions.
Ka-ching, ka-ching, ka-ching. Too bad I ‘Leave Home Without Debit Card’. No, not American Express.



Wishing you a Merry Christmas & a Happy New Year

Rich Daddy

Dear bro anil, 1Malaysia time again. Christmas still too far away 🙂

just to inform you that tomorrow is the big day for Chinese in Malaysia. They are celebrating winter festival. According to the Chinese, winter festival is more important than CNY because winter is the first session for the Chinese.

Cheers !!!

Rich Daddy

Merry Christmas Anil.
At Christmas, all roads lead home.( Marjorie Holmes )

Khoo Soo Hay

At the end of every year, all of us pray for blessing of love and peace to every one on this earth who believe in the hope and well being of every human being.
But nothing will ever change as at the end of every new year, we have the same statistics of death, despair, misery, hunger, and millions in refugee camps in the world. Human kind never learn, yet there is but hope eternal to those who dare to believe.
Best again for the coming festive season for those who will still be around on this earth.


A Blessed Christmas to you too, Anil.

And Thank You for all the time and effort you put in all these years to post news, opinions and information about so many issues which matter, but which so often do not get coverage in our mainstream Press.