Silence is Golden

If there is silence in a conversation, I feel awkward.  I am always eager to give answers; Too quick to speak.  Sometimes, saying nothing is the best.

He answered nothing (Mark 15:3).  Jesus could have caused His accusers to be laid prostrate at His feet. Yet He answered not one word, allowing them to say and do their very worst.

At times, I thought, “Who am I kidding? That person will never change.  A leopard will never change the prints on its skin. Chinese popular saying,  river and mountain can relocate, but a person’s character is hard to change.”  But, I held my tongue.

Food For Thought

Aah, our dinner tonight.  Klang Black Hokkein Mee and Pandan Chiffon Cake.  Sorry, no left overs….

Perhaps this is the most expensive Black Hokkein Mee in the world.  I used fresh lobster meat to substitute the meat for this dish.  The truth is I don’t know how to deal with squid yet. 


If you think this cake looks good, the taste is even better.  It is moist and fluffy, not too sweet but enough to satisfy any sweet tooth.

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One response to “Silence is Golden

  1. Oh dear, looking for food and you said no leftovers…uh-oh!

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