My Toys XI

Got this toy from Ayah Su’s. At first I have no intention to have anything as it was the training night. However just a few turned outthat night, the training session was lured to the discussion session. We were able to chat and share things that evolves around us. One of them was about weapons. As a result, Cikgu Yie grab a knife while Nazmie grab a knife and a badik.

7pa’s badik

As for me, I took a badik with me home. It was a 7 Pa badik. It is made with 7 irons that come from thingsĀ  starts with ‘pa’ if we pronounce it in Malay language. The ‘pa’ refers to the iron tools and things that are commonly used in Malays’ daily life such as pahat (chisel), paku (nail) , pagar (fence), parang (heavy knife or mechette) and many more. The use of this kind of iron symbolises the hardship that one to endure with the heart as tough and useful as these irons in order to succeed in life.

It also reminds me to motto that is used by a successful figure that I met in Kota Tinggi. His motto in life is ‘Impossible is never’ a bit stronger than what we usually heard, ‘Nothing is impossible’. Indeed he has the spirits of the pa embedded tightly in his heart.. huhuhu

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2 Comments

  1. matnayie said,

    May 9, 2011 at 10:05 pm

    comey2..^^

  2. paih said,

    May 12, 2011 at 10:36 am

    kena bubuh perak sket supo hok demo baru comel.. huhuhu


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