I was really happy going to work. A trip that I has been waiting for. I didn't expect, through the journey, by only using an old motorcycle, I could see everything in the world, from present towards tomorrow.
The motorcycle moved slowly, though I tried to speed up. Sure it would never work. So, I just wanted to take a fresh air, slowly, breathing slowly, and moving slowly. For me, it was a beautiful morning.
My motorcycle was still moving, when I saw a brand new game. Played by young teenagers, boys and girls. They played it in playground, near the villager's hall. Till now, I don't know what's the name of the game, but from my observation and a little bit of logical thinking, I think the name is "baling-baling tepung".
Yeah, the game really interesting. That's why I want to share it with you. Just throw flour to your friends, and you "lari-lari", just like playing "kejar-kejar" but with a twist. Besides, there is no limitation on which gender play this game. It's open ; boy-boy, girl-girl or the best stuff, mix it
together. Moreover, you can play it after school, especially after feeling tired of being scolded by teachers many times. I ever saw them playing at that time.
In the other hand, it is a portable game. Now, I see the future of our teenagers. They are definitely creative.
Back to my journey. Then, after the fascinating scene, I continued my journey. After a few minutes, I reached the more developed area, I mean, the area that has a lot of shops. Honestly, I don't know what's the terminology refers to such area. Can someone help me? Thank you.
Then, I saw another spectacular scene. This time, involving kids of three. They were riding bicycle. Amazingly, one of the kids could do a very astonishing stunt- wheelie. My heart said 'wow', my mouth said 'gorgeous!', and my hand -- just pressed honk button, to show my amazement. This is only a bicycle, how about a motorcycle!
Then, my mind said : "What a enormous talents kids in this day have!". I really think they could be a good racer, and then show the world that "Malaysia Boleh!". Maybe they will be the second Shahrul Yuzy and even challenge the descendants of Valentino Rossi.
Finally, I reached my workplace. I walked in, nodded a little bit, and monologued "What a beautiful journey!"