Pagi ni aku beriya nak buat tugasan, meminjam buku dari library eltc menggunakan my friend’s card (apparently arini tertinggal purse sbb smlm tukar henbeg *aish*). jadi sekejap je la meminjam nya kerana dah tahu kedudukan buku tersebut dan my speed of walking pun lebih kurang macam walkathon juga. haha.
so, pasal tajuk entry ni, in eltc library, if we were to borrow academic books, we need to stake our library card. so i stake her card in order to borrow the book. so my fren’s card, sepatutnya laminated, but it is not because last time she cut her card because it doesn’t fit her purse. the card is soft and pulpous, as it has been used avidly and it is not protected from liquid. tak kisah la, janji dapat pinjam buku.
then i want to return the book. so i get back my fren’s card and say thank you to the librarian bla3, then walk back to the hostel. on the way, still holding the card, i kind of have a weird feeling. i pressed the card. i just realised that her card is laminated. how awesome. kakak library had laminated the card when i put it in library’s stake. i bet my friend will like her card laminated because she initially planned to do so.
then i left the card on her bed, and this evening i asked her, ‘do you notice that your eltc library card is laminated?’. she was frantically said ‘what?? lemme have a look’. and she was joyous.
i can elate this situation with the kindness that god has offered us. we often not see the kindness, because it is done in transparent way. and we never notice the kindness that is offered in subtle way because the great act of kindness, is never aloud.
a ah. transparent. what is essential is invisible to the eye – le petit prince.