imgIf you’re given a second chance, would you live your life the same way or would you change your life’s status?

If so Who would you change and why?

ANSWERING THAT QUESTION, I WOULD SAY THAT I would definitely make a tremendous change in the way I live my life.

There were so many mistakes that I have done in the past and that I am paying for it now.The person that I would change in my life is ME.

Yes, Me myself. For I was the one who keeps on making decisions that don’t benefit me, short-term or long-term either. Yes, There are good decisions that I made and landed me where I am now, but I could have made it better.

And that is why we need the Mindset Of Continuous Improvements. No point regretting what has happened, and Not Easy though to do, talking is cheap, but one need all the strength and courage to make things happen.




When our life becomes cyclical routine way, we forget our intent, we forget out role.
Life becomes monotonous and boring. There’s is no more looking forward, growing forward. We lose our grasp on achievements, challenge, results.All simply falls into the grey areas of life.
Look forward.Everyday is a different day. Fill it up with achievements and joy.
Be passionate about life. Turn your passion into your portfolio.Make life more meaningful.

zmza 10-2017


1. Yes, they call it KAIZEN. But Kaizen not only is applicable to manufactruing environment, but it can be applied to our daily work life, even our personal life.
2. To push through from Zero to 100% is rather tiring, exhaustive and sometimes the mind may even register the negative term of Impossible.
3. Beleiveing nothing is impossible is crucial to cinstruct a positive mindset and a positive lifestyle.
4. So we realise that itois possible if we push ourself and others to achieve a 1% improvement by stages. Hence, we call it a Daily 1% Incremental improvement cycle.
5. Apart from the slills and systems, a personal attitude in growing forward is crucial too into journeying a successful self fulfillment journey.
6. STOP talking about people at work or anywhere. It only delivers negativity at the end.
7. START talking and focus on developing and refining systems, work methodology. This will spur positive action and deliver positive outcomes in our life.

Zmza 09-17


The future is dim. Dim lighted. It is not that bright as it is yet in the making. Today…today is bright. That’s where life is. It’s in the making.

The future doesn’t exist yet. Hence, tomorrow. There is no tomorrow. There is NOW. There is today.

So stop worrying and start thinking. Live life a day at a time. Today is bright. 





Life sometimes can be seen as a cyclical order. You are born to a family. To a father and mother, sisters and brothers. Growing up, bonding, loving each other. Sometimes, struggling among each other, relying on each other, depending on each other. And sometimes, there are those that are standalone.

Time passes us by in the blink of an eye, and growing up is a continuous never ending journey. The young becomes the old and the old bids farewell. In between, there are the good times and sorrowful ones. All these makes up life’s journey.

When times come, one will have to fly away, to proceed into another journey, another level of life’s never ending path. There will be time to leave the family behind and walk the path alone. Moving on in search of knowledge and skills, building the competencies required to move on to life’s future challenges.

One has to be strong. To be able to stand alone. To be able to journey alone and explore the realities of what life has in store for each individual beings.

Be strong, Be brave, Be calm and Strive life’s challenges to become what one dream of becoming.

For life is what we make out of it. Parents, brothers, and sister are there to call upon.

As what Peter Pan once said,’ Life is an Awfully Big Adventure”. So be adventurous, Be Smart and stride with Confidence. For at the end of one’s journey, it is what you make out of your life’s journey. No one else, but You.



There are no words to say,
A lifetime of journey
..and now leaving everything behind.

One’s loved ones,
Kids, Wife, Friends…Cherished ones,
Favorite time and moments…
Only memories,
That will indeed fade into time,
Like the dead leaves that are being swept by the winds.
Tears…deep inside feelings that can’t be described by words.

Nothing remains…
Nothing will be there forever,
There are those that has left us…
only to be forgotten in times
And so shall we,
Turns by turns they go…
only to realize that yours
is just around the corner.
So shall it be
For no one can stop it, delay it
or even fast forward it.

May Allah swt
Forgive the sins and bless this life’s short journey.

Zmza 2017-05-31




I can’t help myself wanting to write on this. It has been quite sometime now. IT is not all about racism, or being a racist, neither is it about putting forward a Parochial attitude. But sometimes, I think the others side is .

Well, Malaysia has been out of the clutches of the Brits over a long time. But we know that there will always be an invisible hand that will be holding on somewhere, somehow.


It is about being true to each other. It is about means of being together, loyalty they say. I say there is none. Somehow, everyone has a price on their head.

The question is WHY NOW? Sarawakians are hot on their heels, campaigning to be out of Malaysia. And of course, some Sabahans too. We can see that. Even from those days, entering the region, you need to bring along your passport. Only during Tun M’s time they have reduced it by only producing your IC, and yet you are only allowed to be there for only 90 days, upon which you have to be out of the state.

And yet we are call Malaysian? They say it was the agreement those days. Yes, agreement. It can always be updated, reviewed and renewed. Even the ISO documentation can. We have advanced over time and yet we are still lopsided. They call us people of Malaya, and we smile for we know very well that we are people of the Semenanjung. We are Malaysians. Doesn’t matter whether they (Sarawakians and some Sabahans maybe that want to get out of MALAYSIA).

We understand that these might be the doings of some unscrupulous business people or Politicians. But we too, the people of Malaysia feel that it is lopsided, one-sided agreement. That the people of S’wak or even Sabah can enter and be in the Peninsular Malaya (as they call us) can stay, live and die here in the so called Malayan Peninsular.

We have lived well over the years. Cultures have melted and mixed through marriages and development. and Why Now that they want to destroy it all? As long as I can remember, none of the state has sent us rice to feed on. But on the other hand, have we in Peninsular Malaya send rice over there? Maybe we have to ask the old Navy about that !
I was there during the Lahad Datu incident. Maybe if the military and the police from the so call Malaya was not there, then I wonder ! I still have my due respect to the Sabahans, though there are also some humming of the wind that say so, but it is mild. Not so for the S’wakian, I don’t. They are more proud of the neighbouring Country rather than the Peninsular. And they  are only for them, and NOW they are telling the mountains and the sky , the winds and the rain that they want out !

Now carry on…Why wait, Anytime ! Would it affect us in the so-called Malaya? I think life goes on…. So go ahead for all we care. There are so many doors to open, to exit Malaysia…For All We Care

Zmza 2016.Oct.04