Due to some commitments I did not manage to join the rally although I really wish to. But I think that's ok. Because I think what's going to happen after the rally will determine how far we would go in this struggle. The last 34 hours is just a great effort to ignite the hearts of many Malaysians of their endless potential in pushing the nation to transform and revive. It is a symbol of our spirit; a spirit that fear neither oppressions nor lies, but upholding truth and justice.
Honestly speaking, I thought there will be more crowd turning up than what was already a massive crowd. But again that's fine. Those who have been awaken after this rally shall continue to carry the flame and open the eyes of those who are still blinded by lies. I believe these people will never turn cold until they see their struggle being paid off.
I hope this rally has already given hope to many disappointed Malaysians who wanted change that they are not alone. Although the mountain we are facing is huge, but nothing is impossible. Bersih 4 is impossible let's say 10 years ago. But little by little, Malaysians are pushing forward and today Bersih 4 has become a reality. Therefore, take heart my fellow countrymen, do not fear, do not lose hope. Darkness shall cease as the light shines. We might just be little LEDs, but when we unite in one accord, we shall shine as bright as a spotlight.
Malaysia's 58th Merdeka is a blessed one as Malaysians had shown that their love for the country is more than their comfort zone and security. They are willing to do much more than that to secure a better future for Malaysia. Malaysians have given hope to Malaysia. So don't give up on her. Never.
Selamat Hari Merdeka.