Posts Tagged ‘Kuala Lumpur’

E Ma Ho!

Amazing! Double rainbows were spotted over the sky of Pudu, Kuala Lumpur — Nature’s colorful spectrum always elicits the same pattern (red, orange, yellow, green, blue, indigo, violet) when light is refracted.

Red is the first or the topmost color in a rainbow and is the color of energy, enthusiasm and passion. Red is also the color with the longest wavelength, and it symbolizes vibrancy and security. Orange is the 2nd color from the top and symbolizes energy and wisdom. Yellow is the 3rd color from the top which is supposed to bring about a proper clarity of thought, wisdom, and improve decision-making skills. Green is the 4th and middle color in a rainbow, located in the center of the spectrum. Green symbolizes harmony, balance, growth, and good health. Blue is the 5th color and is known as the color of divinity; it helps to soothe and relax. Indigo is the 6th color (2nd from the bottom) and means infinity. It symbolizes wisdom, intuition, and self-mastery. This color is known to be the bridge between the finite and the infinite. Violet is the lower-most color in a rainbow; it is viewed as the completion and the beginning of energy vibration.

Now flip those colors, red facing red, and that is a DOUBLE RAINBOWS!


Experiencing the phenomenon depends upon where you are standing, where the sun is and where the moisture is just right in the air.

Stop looking at what you have lost, so you can see what you have.

No matter what language you speak, seeing a rainbow,  rainbows or any rainbow, is a stunning sight to behold.

“May the love hidden deep inside your heart find the love waiting in your dreams. May the laughter that you find in your morrow wipe away the pain you find in your yesterdays.”

Good sign of auspiciousness are on the way…..

May all have good health.

May all beings benefit……


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The ‘beauty’  which can be seen with our naked eyes…..


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Graffiti from Sydney

Recently my friend sent me a few photos of some graffiti taken near a railway line in Sydney with a poser – is graffiti art or vandalism? Hmm, food for thoughts!

Graffiti from Pudu

Graffiti is a world-wide phenomenon, especially in big cities where the young and the restless could not find an outlet to express themselves. Kuala Lumpur, you can also see some graffiti works, especially around Bukit Bintang and Pudu area.  Here are some examples of graffiti  found outside the wall of Pudu Jail. They were painted there by some youths who are opposed to the tearing down of the century-old prison.

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” 文 化 遗 产 Heritage “

“The city’s suburban heritage buildings


as important as

those garden villas in the downtown.”

Are these heritage buildings being protected ?

Note: This video courtesy of  Tukartiub (http://tukartiub.blogspot.com)


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“Yesterday is history.

Tomorrow is a mystery.

Today is a gift.”

Eleanor Roosevelt (1884-1962);

U.S. First Lady, Diplomat, Human Rights Activist

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