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02-12-2005, 05:24 PM

For those who are keen to attend the concert above, to support the effort to help the Earthquake victims of Pakistan, you can get the tickets from the outlets stated below:


Dewan Wawasan, Level 4, Menara PGRM,
8, Jalan Pudu Ulu, Cheras,
56100 Kuala Lumpur.

22nd December 2005

Time: 7.30pm - 10.30pm

Dress Code: Smart Casual

Guest of Honour: Minister of Tourism, Datuk Dr. Leo Michael Toyad

Guest Artiste: Farah Asyikin, finalist of the Malaysian Idol series

Organiser: Sukhi Hotu Sdn. Bhd.

Tickets Price: RM30, RM50, RM100

Purchasing Methods:

1. Mail us at shotu@streamyx.com

2. Call to buy at: 603 7806 2833.

3. Visit main booth at :

Jaya Shopping Centre,
Seksyen 14, Menara CSM,
Jalan Semangat,
46100 Petaling Jaya,
Selangor, Malaysia

02-12-2005, 05:40 PM
Early this year, a similar musical performance was help in aid of Tsunami victims. It was a very meaningful concert and deserve to be mentioned here.
Musicians from various organisations came together to support the effort made by Sukhihotu to raise fund to help the Tsunami victims.

This time around, the fund will be used to support the Pakistan Earthquake victims.

Enclosed below is a write-up of the Musical Offering in Aid of Tsunami Victims held in Jan 2005.

Sacred as sacredness can be
By Lim Kooi Fong, The Buddhist Channel, Jan 17, 2005

The Musical offerings in aid of Tsunami victims offered more than just a get together of inspired musicians and sacred music. It taught listeners about deep listening and being sensitive to the sounds of suffering

Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia -- Letís talk about the soft breeze embracing a warm and tender night. What sort of talk is that, if it does not involve the act of embracing? What kind of act is that, if one is not physically there with the wind?

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The idea of existence, says the wise, is to be conscious of the awareness of oneself and the environment. Some people call this living in the moment. Some say it is mindfulness.

Wise teachers say that when we are aware of such a consciousness that acknowledges the presence of the moment within the immediate surrounding, it is called being at peace with where we are. In other words, peace of mind and in life means to be in sync with our immediate world - the colors, sound, smell, taste and touch created by our senses.

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