Kedai Kopi Man Kai Hiong @ Sunny Garden
Location: Corner shop, near Kedai Kopi Kuo Man.
Visit reviewed: 19/03/2010
Mixed Fish Noodle RM7Honestly, I think that the Mixed Fish Noodle was a little bit pricey by looking at the portion and the ingredients given. Taste wise, as I mentioned earlier, it was pretty average. Nothing to shout home about.
Fried Tuaran Mee RM6Most people went to Kedai Kopi Man Kai Hiong for the Fried Tuaran Mee or Fried Mee Hoon. The Fried Tuaran Mee was not bad but not great though.
Somehow we tend to grow up thinking that service is something that's done for us, and if we provide any service, we should be paid for it. I guess we're taught this by people who have learned the monetary "value" of time, and who realize the potential gain involved in acts of service. Many of us also learn to feel a bit of resentment towards those people who don't serve at all, while we serve a great deal, for that really isn't fair, is it? So we serve less, hoping that others will do their "fair" share.
By serving another person or other people, we ultimately are making ourselves better, stronger, more compassionate human beings, more able to love, more able to feel, more able to accept love
We don't all need to dedicate our lives to broad service with little to no financial return, we all don't need to work full time in homeless shelters or homes for battered children. Much of our service takes place on the extremely small levels, in the daily interactions that we have with other people, in the small things that we teach and those times when we comfort others in times of stress and need. We serve with a smile or a few words of encouragement, and we serve with what we can afford to give to others who are serving on a grander scale but we are not obligated to give more than we can afford.
How do we make ourselves glad and rich and strong?
Unless we give part of ourselves away, unless we can
live with other people and understand them and help them,
we are missing the most essential part of our own lives.