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Zhul Rahim
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Zhul Rahim Oct 18
Definition of a growth mindset is: Aqil Nasran. He braved through life’s obstacles and came out stronger on the other end even when the odds are against him. Read about his story here: Always an inspiration when I revisit this story.
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Zhul Rahim Oct 14
Choa Chu Kang Station affected
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Zhul Rahim Oct 11
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Zhul Rahim Oct 3
Soccer is one of my favourite sports. I get kicks from the adrenaline when running on the field and the thrill of scoring a goal? Just unbeatable. I am no Fandi, but a man can try.
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Zhul Rahim Oct 2
As a lawyer who has volunteered pro bono for the underprivileged for more than a decade, I believe in our judicial system and the importance of access to justice. Also equally important is to get all the facts in order to balance competing views and interests, & progress forward.
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Zhul Rahim Sep 29
Some burrow deeper for new opportunities, some shakes off the anxiety of an uncertain future and some stand strong and still in the midst of an economic tempest. The strength of the human spirit always prevails.
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Zhul Rahim Sep 29
Replying to @ZhulRahim
Glad that MOH has today announced changes to Medishield Life like higher claim limits for intensive care, dialysis and psychiatric care. Govt is also subsidising Medishield Life premium for 2 years to assist Singaporeans during this pandemic.
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Zhul Rahim Sep 29
In my maiden Parliamentary speech earlier, I highlighted Mr Tan’s story, on healthcare costs; particularly on Medishield claim limits for chronic diseases such as his dialysis treatment. I made some suggestions and filed a Parliamentary question on this as well.
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Zhul Rahim Sep 29
MediShield Life premiums may rise by up to 35% for some, higher claim limits proposed as part of review
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Zhul Rahim Sep 26
The lines are sometimes blurred between being a dad and a lawyer. At home, we are mediators for the kids’ arguments and advocates for the kids’ interest. And oh the travelling. No border crossing when ferrying kids to their different appointments but those oh, traffic lights!
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Zhul Rahim Sep 23
There are those among our youths that are more vulnerable than others. These are the ones whom we should reach out to the most. Be open with them, be willing to listen and validate their feelings and experiences. You are nurturing a pathfinder.
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Zhul Rahim Sep 19
Truthfully, being aware of your weaknesses is a strength in itself. You can help others effectively once you acknowledge that there are things you’re not the best for.
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Zhul Rahim Sep 17
Leadership is inspiring, consultative and empathetic. Sometimes different situations call for different approaches but the principles always stay the same.
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Zhul Rahim Sep 14
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Zhul Rahim Sep 13
Parents are an impressionable child’s role model: Goodness is nurtured and taught, just as wickedness can be learnt and picked up.
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Zhul Rahim Sep 9
Project SOAR is a youth mentoring programme organised by M3 Jurong and M3 Choa Chu Kang. Don’t underestimate the impact you can make to young minds. Sign up as a mentor here:
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Zhul Rahim Sep 7
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Zhul Rahim Sep 7
Replying to @NatParadox
Oh hor!! 😆
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Zhul Rahim Sep 5
Hemah diri berlandaskan kata. Hemah bangsa berlandaskan bahasa.
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