About

empathy75
a place where there are lots of beaches and waterfalls in South East Asia

Bio: I am a woman who likes to do small little things for others as well as for myself. I love forests and beaches. I spent a lot of my time sitting beside a beach. I worship imperfection and I am quite good at it. You will see it instantly when you start to read my blog. I am crazy and proud of it. I believe serious people have some sort of delusion. I was born and bred in Burma and being in a troubled country taught me how to be resilient. I worked in Malaysia for 12 years as a doctor. I still think it is one of the most beautiful country . Apart from that, I am broken and flawed.But I am always in the process of fixing myself. I love writing so much and it takes away the pain I feel for my country and the world ocasionally.

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  1. A lovely, honest bio Hninn. I enjoyed reading about you. You have a lovely name, too. Being a doctor must be a wonderful thing – being able to help so many people. I envy you your gorgeous beach. We have plenty of great beaches in the U.K. but, unfortunately, our rainy weather allows us little time to enjoy them. I’m looking forward to reading some of your writing. 🙂

    1. Millie, I am so grateful to God for reading your blog. I even do not think it’s random and I think may be I am supposed to learn from you how you perceive yourself. I changed my profile because of you . I really like the way you describe yourself. You know a lot of people are not comfortable with being themselves, somtimes I am not comfortable with myself too. We lose our inner peace from time to time. I can see a lot of acceptance and maturity ( it’s nothing related to age, haha ) which I have to learn. Thank you so much for your encouragement.

      1. I accepted who I was a long time ago, Hninn. I’m a girl from a working class family who did well in the educational system and found I loved learning and teaching more than anything else – like you with your love of being a doctor. I love children, which is probably obvious in the fact that I had six. Hope you find as much joy in your blog as I have in mine. Connecting with people all over the world is wonderful. Your blog will soon grow. 🙂

  2. Thank you for following my blog, Hninn. I can understand what you mean when you said: I love my country and dislike intensely at the same time. I am feeling just the same about the country I live in! So very sad!

    1. thank you Aletta for following mine too. It’s quite fortunate to know you ( thanks to Millie). We have been having so much of corruption, inequality and injustice in my country for half a century. But now we are having a glimpse of hope as Aung San Suu Kyi ( who fight for real democracy all the time ). Burma will announce the name of president soon and we are hoping Su Kyi will become our president. She is 70 now and spent more almost three decades either in house arrest or in prison. Our people are very lovely, despite all atrocities, they want to look at bright side of the life. SOmetimes electricity cut down even in Yangon ( capital of Burma), but my parents said ” may be that’s why we are happy when the electricity comes back again”. May be it’s the only country you can see people are holding positive energy and hopes after years of suppression. hahaha. By the way, I used to think South Africa is one of the best countries in the world because all my favorite animals are there. When i was a teenager, when an adult asked me ” what do you want to do when you grow up?”. I would answer ” To go to South Africa”, then he said ” for what?” I would say ” to see crocodile in life”. He said ” Hnin , it’s not your ambition, you are supposed to say what you want to do in career, going to south Africa is not a career”. hahaha. Then I said ” it doesn’t matter, I will find a job which I can see crocodile or other animals everyday”. I know very little about South Africa, but lately I heard something from my friend who is working there and yeah, I am sad to know there are safety issues in South Africa. We wish for peace in every part of the world.

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