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Tanjung Lipat Corner (TLC) - 2nd Visit @ Anjung Selera, Likas Highway

Monica Sunday, April 11, 2010 , , , , , ,
Tanjung Lipat Corner
Location: Corner Lot, Anjung Selera, Likas Highway
Food: 4/5
Service: 3/5
Cleanliness: 3/5
Visit reviewed: 10/04/2010
 Grilled Chicken Wings Stall - Can't miss this, Must order!!!
Drinking Water, Self-Service
Two days in a row we went to the same stall for dinner. We love the food at TLC especially the Grilled Chicken Wings. Yesterday, we had mostly of the junk food instead of a proper dinner. Tonight, we are going to order dishes to go with rice.
Teh C Ping and 2 x Sirap Limau, RM7.00
Sup Tulang, RM10.00
The Sup Tulang was very flavourful, rich in beef and spices taste. Although it was a little bit salty but it tasted so good that we can't resisted ourselves from a second spoonful of soup after the first taste.
Sweet and Sour Fish, RM10.00
The Sweet and Sour Fish definitely not bad. The taste was just right. Not too sweet nor sourish.
Ayam Masak Merah, RM8.00
We asked for the best way to cook the chicken and the staff suggested Ayam Masak Madu and Ayam Masak Merah, so, we picked Ayam Masak Merah. It was good. The spices tantalizing our taste buds with the right hints of sweetness and it wasn't very spicy.
Kai Lan with oyster sauce, RM8.00
Telur Bungkus, RM4.00
The Telur Bungkus is actually omellete with chicken meat and vegetables. It was nice.
6pcs of Grilled Chicken Wing, RM9.00
The Grilled Chicken Wing was something that keep us coming back. By looking at the quantity of chicken wings they sell, you will probably know how good it is. Every single table was served with big plate of chicken wings. It was delicious!
Total paid for tonight dinner, RM58.00

Today's Meditation:
It is not that you must be free from fear. The moment you try to free yourself from fear, you create a resistance against fear. Resistance, in any form, does not end fear. What is needed, rather than running away or controlling or suppressing or any other resistance, is understanding fear; that means, watch it, learn about it, come directly into contact with it. We are to learn about fear, not how to escape from it, not how to resist it through courage and so on.
J. Krishnamurti

I'm afraid of a lot of things. Fear has been a very big part of my life for as long as I can remember. I've learned, though, not to try to banish the fear from my life, because I think that would be impossible, but to live with the fear, to recognize it for what it is, and to accept it as a part of who I am. When I'm in situations in which my fears grow strong, I don't try to reject the fear and pretend it's not there; rather, I try to listen to it and find out what it's trying to tell me. What does it have to teach me about the situation?

Don't get me wrong, I don't let my fears rule my life. I'm terrified of heights, but I still climb a ladder up to our roof when I need to fix something up there. I'm afraid of crowds and large groups of people, but I still put myself regularly in situations in which I'm a part of a crowd.

I don't, however, try to fool myself into thinking that I'm not afraid of heights while I'm up there on the roof. I pay attention to my fear and I try to understand it, and I believe that's what allows me to go up there in the first place, my willingness to accept the fear that's trying to keep me from doing so. It's never easy climbing up there, but I'm always able to do so, no matter how much my fear is telling me that I shouldn't.

Fear can infect us early in life until eventually it cuts
a deep groove of apprehension in all our thinking. To
counteract it, let faith, hope and courage enter your thinking. 
Fear is strong, but faith is stronger yet.

Norman Vincent Peale
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