Living a life with no regrets

A reader JS emailed me: “Just browsing your site with Dr. Lee’s articles. Think you missed out one in October 2011 “Living a life with no regrets”. Can post?”.

I had read this article but had decided not to include in this blog. This blog is meant to collect only those articles, in my view, that are memorable or with a good value to convey. The quality of her recent articles seems to drop quite a bit and I have decided to give them a miss. In these days of internet, it is quite easy to google and get the articles you want. Here are the links for this article and related topics for those who are concerned about the health of the ex-PM:

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My favourite quote today

"I am afraid the cruise ship is over capacity limit, and it used to be a luxury cruise ship. The designer’s claim that it is not sinkable, the name is Titanic. There are not enough life boats, no preparation or provision for failure. Thank you Mr Goh for reminding us." - Low Thia Khiang

"Till today, I am still puzzled by why the PAP cannot fight a fair election without gerrymandering, abusing the GRC system, basically, making sure they enter into a boxing ring with an opponent who is expected to fight them with hands tied behind the back. There is a reason why bullies are not popular in schools. Why not be the school prefect?" - Alvinology

"The question to ask is what lies at the root of the discontent or the disengagement between the G and the people. I am going to stick my neck out and say that it is ministerial salaries. I consider it the root of all evil. Serious. It reduces what should be a social compact into a business contract. " - Bertha Henson