July 3, 2019

My last good bye with no regrets

I just said my last goodbye to my Dad before leaving Ipoh and returned back to KL to visit Baby G at the Hospital as he was in ICU. It was very very hard to do so. He was supposed to have left us according to my brother but waited for me to arrive. I managed to spend some time with him telling him everything will be just alright and that he can rest now. I told him that we will be fine and that he has done well together with mom with the 3 of us. I am grateful that I managed to see him one more time while he could still open his eyes a little to acknowledge my voice.

If you have not called or hug your parents lately, today will be a good day as tomorrow may be too late. I was not too late as I came back to Malaysia to be with both my parents, took care of them when they needed me most. I have no regrets even now that both of them are not with me anymore. Most importantly, do take care of yourself as I am learning to do so and I am at peace now. 🙏


Joseph said...

Thanks for sharing Mr. Ernie.

I may be young but time is what I can't buy so we must learn and improve 1% every single day. We must learn to take good care of our-self then only we will able to take care our family. Going all out in every single day and everything that we do make our-self no regret.

Once again may Uncle Chen rest in peace and stay strong Mr. Ernie.

Anonymous said...

Deep condolence to you Mr Ernie and your family.

Indeed, it is so true if we wait for the last day or at the end of everything/anything to say/do/improve/etc, it is just too late.

Said by,

Richard Rut

Kevin Jaffery said...

I'm sorry for your lost Mr.Erie. No words can describe our feelings when our love ones left us. Indeed your parents raised up an amazing man which inspired a lots of young people to always not give up their dreams. Remember you are not alone, the whole PORTMANians is with you.
Rest in peace dear uncle Chen.

fadelah said...


Totally amazed with you. It is remind me to my parents. You are inspirational to all of us as a daughter and son.

Thank you

Nivashini.S said...

With Deepest Sympathy,

Your loved one has left behind special memories, that will live in your heart forever. May care and love of those around you provide comfort and peace to get you through the days ahead.

My most sincere condolences.


Tan SK said...

My most sincere and deepest condolences to you and your family members for the loss. May Dad rest in peace in good Heaven.
Take care and be stronger.

Unknown said...

My deepest condolences to you and your family Mr. Ernie.

It is undeniable that nobody in this world can love you more than your parents. And you loved your parents as much as they did. The values and positivity taught by them will bring you a great success.

You are not alone now, we are here for you!

- Thinessha Balan -

Khairul said...

Dear Mr Ernie,

Actually, its hard to say good bye when someone who We love will no longer with us forever.

My deepest symphathies go out to you and your family. May God give you the peace that you seek.

Randy said...

Dear Mr. Ernie,

I am so sorry for your lost. We must always work harder in order to have more ability to give the best support for our friends and family. Take good care Mr. Ernie.


Anonymous said...

Condolences for your loss Mr. Ernie.

It will never too early for doing a good things and i will remember your words. Thank you for your sharing.

Lastly, gone from sight but never from heart. Keep strong Mr. Ernie.

- Jackson -

Anonymous said...

Deep condolences for your loss Mr. Ernie.

Your words never fail to remind me to be good with people. This sharing really touch my heart that it reminds me of my parents at Kedah. Thank you for your continuous sharing.

When someone you love becomes a memory, the memory becomes a treasure.



Dear Mr. Ernie,

A Deepest Condolence from me & my family to your loss.

This is not his last goodbye
Cause he won't die
His love with you
Something that you should knew

Gone From the sight
but not from the mind
new pleasures there he will surely find.

Sry Haryane Mohd Nor

Anonymous said...

Dear Mr. Ernie ,

it’s terrible to hear about your loss and I express my sincere sympathy to you and your family.May God give you the peace that you seek. - Ms. Sofea

Azamuddin Hussain said...

My deepest condolences for your family's loss.
Hoping everything is alright.

I believe its time for us to appreciate our parents more if they are still around.

-Azamuddin Hussain

Carmen Lee said...

Dear Mr. Ernie,

I send you my deepest sympathy. Your story inspires me and lets me know that we must always work harder to prove that we can give our friends and family support when anything happens.

"There are always some sentences, will fall into the wound; there is always a person, will stand in the eternal memory."

Take care, Mr. Ernie.


Sangkari Dinesh said...

I am deeply saddened by the loss of your father. He will be truly missed and I will include him in my daily prayers.

One of the most common mistakes people make, is to leave things until the last minute.
Many people, knowing that they must do something by a particular deadline, will wait and wait, and do nothing to prepare.

They put the thought out of their mind by saying, "I've still got plenty of time." So they wait until there is not a minute to spare, then they get cracking and make an all-out effort to achieve the deadline. This is so common a trait in human nature that it is almost standard practice.

So if you are a procrastinator, you will build a bad reputation for yourself. And you will suffer the consequences of being a person who cannot be trusted to get the job done on time.Prepare, well in advance of the event.

Winners prepare meticulously and well.
Losers think that they can leave preparation since they, "Work better under pressure."
They may work harder under pressure but there results are not better. They could never be. Not even in theory.

Preparation beats procrastination, every time.So, Don't leave it. Prep it!

Thank you for all your knowledge.

-Sangkari Dinesh-

Hafizuddin Zakwan said...

Condolences for what happened, let the spirits be blessed with grace

It may be difficult but that is the fact that we have to face because every living thing will surely go as well. As long as we value them when they are there so no need to regret and lament their departure.

-Hafizuddin Zakwan-

Vicky Yew said...

Dear Mr. Ernie,

I am really admire how you manage0 your time to spend for your family, work, staff and even students. I believe Uncle Chen lost is not the ending but it is just a starting as he went back to God and enjoy a new life with HIM.

Stay strong and fight until the end.


Anonymous said...

Dear Mr. Ernie,

Even though I just met uncle Chen for 1 time and also the only one time, but that time it really recall all my memories with my beloved grandpa who passed away because of cancer.

It let me remember how was the feeling when I'm losing someone who cares me when I was young.

However, it doesn't means an ending for us but it was a good memories for us to been through with.

Once again may Uncle Chen rest in peace and stay strong Mr. Ernie.

-Michell Tang-

Sammi said...

My deepest condolences to you and your family for the loss.

Take care and stay strong Mr. Ernie.
May Uncle Chen Rest in Peace.

Anonymous said...

I know that it is hard to bear the weight of the situation right now Mr. Ernie but always keep in mind, this is only the end of an inspirational man’s physical life and the beginning of a beautiful eternal life. We know that God has assigned him to bless, guide, inspire and protect you throughout your life. May all our prayers ease you through this difficult time. My deepest and heartfelt condolences to you and your family on the passing of your beloved father.

Word cannot express how well you continue lead us to become better people, even at grief. Stay strong Mr. Ernie.

- Malathy Muniandy -

Syahir Mahmood said...

My deepest condolences for your family's loss.
This kind of event in our life has reflected us on how to be grateful in having a parent in our life and how to plan our life carefully so that we can be obedience son or daughter. Appreciate our parent because that is where the blessings come from.
Sorry for your loss Mr. Ernie.
-Syahir Mahmood_

Cheryl said...

Deep condolence to you Mr Ernie and your family.
Thank you for the sharing.
We must always take good care ourselves in order for us to take care of our loves wan and always spend some time with our parents, anything can happen anytime,never wait until we regret.


Unknown said...

Dear Mr Ernie,

Sincere condolence to you and your family. Hope Uncle Chen rest in peace.

Thank you for your sharing. We must always cherish the time while our parents are still with us and all the things they have done to grow us to become what we are today. We must also spend time with them, talk to them, take care of them and for sure, love them with our sincere heart.


Unknown said...

Thanks Mr.Ernie for remind us again.

Yes. We really need to appreciate to our parents and need to spend more time with them. This is because they are our parents and they are unique, no one can replace them.

Although we are very busy on fighting with our own career but we also cannot forget the one who take care a lot of us which is our lovely parents.

Lastly, Mr. Ernie you need to take care yourself and stay strong as well.


Peggie Woo said...

Wish Uncle Chen rest in peace.

I can see from his face that he leave with peaceful and happily.

But, remember to take good care for yourself. If you need, we always here for you ��

Norhafizah binti Mohd Rupi said...

Deepest condolences to you and your family.

Wish you and PORTMAN College the best and keep moving forward.

Last from me, thank you for giving me a chance to work with PORTMAN College.

Priya Tarishini said...

My deepest condolences to you and your family Mr. Ernie. I will keep him in my pryaers.

On another note, thank you for giving me a chance to be a part of PORTMAN family.

Take care and be strong.