Haiku-Feb/Mar-2016

Below is a collection of Haiku Poems contributed by Haiku Appreciation (chat-line) members. Feedback and Comments are welcome.

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Haiku, anybody

About the previous post …

Once a year we meet
Not too much we ask from you
Hope to see you soon

Friendship is what we after
In this Christmas Walk we come
Hope one will last forever

Event needs no cash
Only find and pay with time
As simple as that

If I have more than five interested in haiku poems, I can start a chat line to share. This chat line has rules to keep focus – no video uploads and unnecessary “alarm” postings just to circulate around the world and coming back to you time and again.

NB: Haiku is a type of poetry that can be written on many themes, from love to nature to life experiences.

Resources can be found from the Internet and the library. We can share our findings and at the same time exercise our brains besides playing mahjong or sudoku.

Those interested:
1) Mei Lin
2) Florence Chang
3) Gabriella Chua
4) Li Li Tan
5) Joy Chuang
6) Jassmine Teo
7) Maureen Lee
8) Esther Lim
9)

Small Group Gathering (6 pax) on 21-11-2013 (Thursday)

Over a cup of coffee/tea, drink or with snack, we have two solid hours of networking and getting to know each other better. All members are welcomed.

The details:
Date: 21-11-2013 (Thursday)
Time: 3PM to 5PM
Venue: Swissbake Café @ Marina Bay Link Mall
Meeting Place: After coming out of Raffles Place MRT Station, turn left, up escalator and wait nearby Jollibean Stall.
(We will start walking to the café at 3.05PM)
[For those who missed us, you can meet us at the café itself at 8A, Marina Boulevard, #B2-47].

For those who still have time to spare, we can have our dinner at Marina Bay Sands Food Court and continue to chat and/or to experience the nightlife there.

hewlee

Those registered coming:
1) hewlee
2) Chia Pheng Sok
3) Alice Seah
4) Jassmine Teo
5) Paul Kong
6) Johnny Pow
7) Anne
8) Gingko Tay

Registration now closed.

Laughing is Healthy

IF YOU CAN’T LAUGH
YOU CAN’T LIVE

Laughing is healthy.
You need to laugh.
Humor is healty.
Do you think enough about this aspect of your health?
If all your anxieties give you wrinkles in your heart,
you will soon have wrinkles on your face.
Laughing frees you.
Humor relaxes you.
A laugh can free you from needless intensity.
A laugh is the best cosmetic for your outside
and the best medicine for your insides.
If your laugh-muscles work regularly
your digestions will improve,
your appetite will be stimulated
and your blood pressure will stay down.
Humor gives you a sense of proportion.
Laughter and fun don’t only influence your metabolism,
but also your surroundings.
They lessen the tensions and the tears.
Laughter and fun free you from that deadly earnestness
about leaden problems,
free you from that miserable daily drag.
Laughter and fun are the best remedies
for the drugging of your heart and mind.
Laughter and fun open out new spaces
for the still known joys of life.
A day when you don’t laugh, is a lost day.

SAR and your Mobile Phone

Radio wave exposure and Specific Absorption Rate (SAR) information.

Nowadays mobile telephone manufacturers have taken the SAR issue into their design consideration. The SAR requirements are based on scientific guidelines that include safety of all persons, regardless of age and health.

The radio wave exposure guidelines employ a unit of measurement know as the Specific Absorption Rate or SAR. Tests for SAR are conducted using standardized methods with the phone transmitting at its highest certified power level in all used frequency bands.

While there may be differences between the SAR levels of various phone models, they are all designed to meet the relevant guidelines for exposure to radio waves.

SAR data information for residents in countries that have adopted the SAR limit recommended by International Commission of Non-Ionizing Radiation Protection (ICNIRP), which is 2 W/kg averaged over ten (10) gram of tissue (for example European Union, Japan, Brazil and New Zealand).

Some mobile phone models available in Singapore do meet the above-mentioned standard at around 1.5 W/kg (10g).