who would have thought?
yang alin nmpk..bila kta katne jaa..if kite rs nk mkn ESKREM..kita akn mkan...xkesahlah kita kat afrika ka..aatas kpal terbang kaa.. :p
hahahhaha...btol!akak bagi 20 markah out of 100! =p
nad! i kagum!!!!!!!!!!kagum gile!*speechless*
I didnt want to write my 2-cents about the photos here at first, because I didnt want others to think that I'm superficially deep. But hey, nothing wrong with being reflective right? And that doesnt make me superficial at all.When I saw the images in sequence, undeniably, I was anxious to see what would come next. I kept thinking of where would it stop. As I went on, I saw the link and it became so exciting to see how they link to one another. At that time, all I could think of was, "Gosh, who made all this and this is definitely a good idea of linking one's life to another." But it didn't stop there. When I came to the last 2 images, I quickly came to a conclusion that this string of images are actually sublime. Maybe that's how the Almighty watch over us. He obviously can see something that we can't, regardless of how tiny teeny weeny the thing is. He is the only one that knows the past, and the future. He can see beyond the thing that we can onlyy see on the surface.My thought didnt just stop there. I wonder who is the artist, because the work is so spectacular and he/she deserves all credits towards the work. Awesome.
ckin : yeah..i was there with u..i pon kagum!!yayan :i see eye to eye with u!we are all linked..and only Allah,the Almighty can possibly see whut's goin on here and there,inside out.awesome!
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