Wednesday, November 02, 2005

Selamat Hari Raya - Happy Aidil Fitri...

Happy Aidil Fitri to all...May we all have a great time...It has been a wonderful year and I hope that it would continue to be so in the years to come...The greeting card below is what our grandchild, little Adibah did specially for us....It is simple thing like this that makes lives so wonderful...
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This year EiD Mubarak came just two days after the Hindu festival of Dewali, which Malaysian also celebrate...In a multi racial, multi religious and multi languages country like Malaysia events like this are indeed a welcome coincidence.. For such great festivals that comes so close gave us Malaysian a great opportunity to celebrate it together, in the spirit of the festival itself...Peace and prosperity for all... To all Malaysian my wishes are that do take great care of the country...We are fortunate to be living in a peaceful and prosperous country where the wealth are shared by all...As the economic cake grew we shall together enjoy the added prosperity, thus enhance our quality of life...Malaysia is just forty eight years and a young country indeed...We had never had this good with the country enjoying full employment and everyone having a great time living in a prosperous and peaceful country...As a person who had live during the colonial era, the period of war, the Japanese occupation, the time of Emergency during the communist terrorist insurgent and then to the early days of independence...I know for sure that we have achieved much during that short period of our independence...Malaysian have never had these good... So continue to work hard and smart in the spirit of Malaysia Boleh Malaysian can do it that the country would continue to be more prosperous, thus we would be able to enjoy a higher quality of lives and continue to enjoy life...... Once again Happy Dewali and Selamat Hari Raya to all,..Enjoy and Have a nice day.


Anonymous said...

Whilst the Prime Minister and other friendly and tolerant Malays like you wish every one a Happy Hari Raya and Depavali, the ulemaks sing a different tune.They are asking the faithful not to celebrate the festivals of the kafirs.
As someone from the pre-Independence era,you will remember those days when Malayans of all races sent greeting cards to each other to wish one another a happy festival or for the New Year!I missed that era!
You remind me of those good times.Please keep up your tolerant and harmonious approach! It brings hope to the new generation.

Pak Idrus said...

Lawling thanks for sharing your thoughts, greatly appreciated...Evils comes in many forms and nomenclature but I believe that Good would eventually prevails. We are fortunate to have been bless with good leadership, if we all work together then we shall win the war over these evils doer...take care.