Thursday, December 31, 2009

My Bubble: Reviewing 2009 ...

One more day ... tomorrow will be Year 2010 ... another year will be passing by while another year is begining with many changes and uncertainties coming round the corner. Are you ready to embrace whatever lies ahead? What's your resolution for the new year?

A year ago, I made a list of resolutions for 2009. Time for another reality check before I embark with the new.

Forgive And Forget:
I have moved ahead by forgiving but I do not see forgetting a possibility. However, instead of forgetting all that's happened in the past, I have accepted that the major things that has changed in my life has made me a better and happier person.

Enjoy My Life:
Not being stucked in the past, I've become more relaxed, looking forwarding to absorb what life has in store for me ... looking forward to LIVE MY LIFE at every moment.

Spend more time with family and friends:
Since we started the Kota Kemuning Pacers Club with husband-and-wife team, Steven & Cheryl, our socialising network has since grown more than expected.

Health and Fitness:
Weightloss has stagnated (short of 4kgs) but health and fitness has inproved many folds. My diabetes is satisfactorily under control.

Join In The Workplace:
This year, I have made a major leap from one workplace to another, bringing new faces into my life. The new workplace has turned out opposite my expectations but I know come 2010, another move will be most likely or could it be ... RETIREMENT!

Improve My Financial Health:
This still remain the least of my worry and this is fine with me as long as I have faith and practises the Law of Attraction ... abundances will materialise when it's most needed and through various channels.

Try Something New:
I went and conquered Mt. Kinabalu in February 2009. Yahoo!!!

Now, I have embarked on a new hobby as I'm the official camerawoman for my running group, Kota Kemuning Pacers.

Charity Through Gratitude: Well, it applies all year round, irrespective they are in small or large doses.

Nothing to complain about for 2009. I've accepted that all the changes in my life this year are progress delivered to me from the Universe. The more I accept change, the more progress shall be forthcoming ...

"The world hates change, yet it is the only thing that has brought progress." ~ Charles Kettering


Just Laughs: Wrong Number

A man joins a big corporate empire as a trainee. On his very first day of work, he dials the pantry and shouts into the phone - "Get me a coffee, quickly!"

The voice from the other side responded, "You fool you've dialed the wrong extension! Do you know who you're talking to, dumbo?" "No," replied the trainee. "It's the CEO of the company, you fool!"

The trainee shouts back, "And do YOU know who YOU are talking to, you fool?!" "No." replied the CEO indignantly. "Good!" replied the trainee, and puts down the phone.


Wednesday, December 30, 2009

Poetry: Appreciate Your Mistakes


Tuesday, December 29, 2009

My Bubble: What's Happening In Bali???

3 days, 4 days, 5 days and it's already the 6th day into our holiday in Bali ... just laid-back, lazing through the days ... hibernating in complete laziness or piling on some pounds (I hope not ...) from the utter insatiable hunger all day long or burning off those calories by absorbing some sights here and there.

Been trying to update some activities for the past few days but the broadband here is pathetically unstable ... so here's some belated pics of what we've been upto so far:-

Our Home Away From Home ... Puri Duyung, a small cozy but kinda rundown hotel located in Jalan Abimanyu, Seminyak where it's full of hearty party with various famous designer boutiques, shops, stylish cafes, fine restaurants and bars. Only 20 minutes drive from Bali's international airport, about 5 minutes drive to central Kuta and 5 minutes walk to the beach.

Scouting For Souveniors ... Not to forget our family and friends while in Bali.

Insatiable Hunger ... No intention to scout for food but the arrays of food just seemed to stare at us from every corner, begging for our attention ... gluttony was the best of us, we missed some shots of our 'makan-makan' spree until the meals were over.

Broadband kinda getting slower and slower. These will have to do for now. Coming up next, I'll post more of our pics absorbing the sights around town ...


Just Laughs: No Kidding

Reaching the end of a job interview, the Human Resources Person asked a young Engineer fresh out of MIT, "And what starting salary were you looking for?"

The Engineer said, "In the neighbourhood of $125,000 a year, depending on the benefits package."

The interviewer said, "Well, what would you say to a package of 5-weeks vacation, 14 paid holidays, full medical and dental, company matching retirement fund to 50% of salary, and a company car leased every 2 years say, a red Corvette?"

The Engineer sat up straight and said, "Wow! Are you kidding?" And the interviewer replied, "Yeah, but you started it."


Monday, December 28, 2009

A Positive Affirmation ...


Sunday, December 27, 2009

Gratitude: Choose Good Thoughts


Saturday, December 26, 2009

Brain Teaser: Count The Pandas

Count the pandas ... how many did you get?


Friday, December 25, 2009

Law Of Attraction: Reinventing Yourself ~ 10 Steps To Change Your Life

If you want to create sustainable change in your life, here are the critical tasks that will catalyze your reinvention. Are you feeling it's time to for a change? Maybe you are just looking for more satisfaction in your business or personal life. Perhaps you wish to transition to a new career, start a business, retire early or begin a whole new personal or business adventure. Reinventing yourself is not always easy, but there are ten steps that will catalyze change and bring you closer to where you want to go next.

  1. Assess where you are now. Routinely use self-assessments to gain greater awareness of where you are now. Assess your current strengths. What needs are going unanswered and talents left unappreciated? What does a typical day look like for you? What would you like your typical day to look like? Consider how much of your day is spent doing things that satisfy you spiritually, emotionally and materially. What is missing? How do you want to reinvent yourself?

  2. Take a first cut at what you think you want and what you think your values/needs are. What matters most to you? What do you want and what is your intention? Why do you want what you want? Is your intention fully connected to your values? Are you seeking a change that will bring coherency to your life? If you achieve what you think you want, will you be living and expressing your core values?

  3. Test and research your dream. Okay, so you think you want to start you own advertising agency or leap to another firm or perhaps to go back to school and open a country inn. Well, before you do anything, step into that new world you are seeking by interviewing people who are doing what you think you want to do: attend conferences, spend a day in the life of , and- see how it feels, smells and tastes. Log your reactions, mull over them, dream about them. Journal about what you discover. Investigate this new possible career, business, or venue thoroughly - exploring the negatives as well as the positives.

  4. Use over-due-diligence as you plan ahead. Be brutally honest with yourself: Do you really need a new professional incarnation, or are you just looking for an escape from other problems in your life? If it's a quick fix or an escape, then pinpoint what you are trying to run from-or it's possible you simply need a break. That's really okay, but don't fool yourself into thinking that it's a true transition. Consider a vacation of some other ways to re-energize. Maybe that's all you need instead of a life radically different from the one you are living now.

  5. Investigate options that are non-work related. All work and no play makes Jack and Jill dull...and even a little down...and certainly tired out. Many of us work so hard that we forget to treat ourselves to avenues of expression and play, much less physical wellness. Look for activities that are social and fun and meet your evolving values needs. Try hiking a new trail or playing on a new challenging golf course to volunteering. Perhaps just going out dancing or taking a painting or film writing class is what you need. Can you fulfill your longing for change through social outlets? Perhaps you need reinvention in the social -not just the professional--sphere.

  6. Map this against what you think you want. Once you have done your research and know your reinvention is not a temporary escape, but truly your next step, then it is time to revisit #2 above. Do a second cut and dig even deeper. This time include a re-examination of what you need and want in tangible terms as well. This would be the time to get outside help to get the pieces into place for fully reinventing your life. For some, it may mean radical shifts in personal --as well as professional-life, so commit to the next phase, and know you will need support to do so: a friend, a coach, a therapist, a mentor. Possibly all.

  7. Review what you have discovered so far. Look at how this lays out in terms of all the levels of your life. Make sure to include all sectors of your world. Remember to incorporate what you got from non-work related ideas and needs. Will the reinvention be complete with adjustment only in your work life, or do other shifts need to be made? How are your relationships: Are they all "10's"? Are you finding outlets to express who you are outside of the professional context? What are the next steps with work, personal life, legacy building, spiritual and emotional development? Look at all the pieces and see where you need to create new possibilities.

  8. Commit to change. As you look at all the pieces, commit to shift, and begin to formulate your plan. Journal on a daily basis to track your progress. Log your reactions, challenges, and concerns. Once you commit to catalyzing change in your life, you may be surprised by how quickly things move. Be ready to be flexible and have your dreams answered. Making meaningful transition requires both meaningful action and meaningful self-reflection. Are you really willing, ready, and dedicated to this new life? If so, go for it...and make it happen. Be sure you do not expect yourself to do everything alone. Get the support you need.

  9. Take action, show up...and trust, trust, trust. Making shifts is always anxiety-making but don't let that stop you. Remember you are implementing a well-examined game plan. So take a deep breath, stay focused and open to new information. Now start networking in ways that will make your professional (and social) goals and dreams (new or renewed), come true. Know that you've done your planning so barring an unforeseen act of G-o-d, you are well prepared to go!

  10. Continue to research, meet people, take the risks that will get you to what's next. Be prepared to feel uncertain at times, and trust, trust, trust. You have come this far, and you know what you are doing is right although at times, it may not feel that way. Reinventing yourself is always challenging. That is why it is essential to cultivate faith in your process. If you are spiritual person, draw upon Source; if not, focus on the power of your thoughts. And always keep in mind the critical importance of a balanced perspective.

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Merry X'Mas Everyone!!!


Thursday, December 24, 2009

My Bubble: Hello Bali ... I'm Back!

Hello Bali! I'm back!! We're back!!!

"I visited you 5 years' ago and left my heart here with you, full of wishful thoughts of growing old with you. Now I'm back to see you again."

Flight was delayed for an hour ... so we touched down safely about 9.15pm yesterday. It was congested at the airport with a number of flights arriving at the same time as ours. Immigration clearance was a long wait and so was the queue for the taxis. We decided to walk over to the domestic terminal and luckily, there was no queue at all. Else, we would have reached our hotel only at midnight.

Surprisingly the traffic was still heavy with several congestions along the way. Our taxi driver had to divert through several shortcuts which he aptly named 'jalan pintas' then 'jalan tikus' and the last one was 'jalan gajah' ... very amusing descriptions. Our hotel was about 8km's drive from the airport, Puri Duyung in Seminyak. I was alittle taken aback to find the hotel abit hidden to the side of a large nightspot cum restaurant, The Red Room. The entrance is just a single door and the reception's nothing to shout about either. A plus point is that the swimming pools is right at our doorstep ... anyway, I don't think I dare to swim in it. After their cleaning this morning, I've yet to see anyone swimming in it! The room's large enough for 3 of us but again below expectation ... frankly, it's rundown. Well, what to do ... by the time Ray decided to book the hotel room for our trip in October, most of our preferred choices were already fully booked or we couldn't get a straight-stretched stay for 10 days.

Unlike our previous holidays, we have not planned up anything for this holiday ... no sightseeing, nothing to shop for except to get new tattoos including for Nick and no food hunting either ... we intend to just lay back and relax. That's why it's call FREE & EASY ... we'll just do whatever that comes to mind.

Been trying to access the hotel's wifi since yesterday night. Finally, after exactly 24 hours in Bali, what an elation! I hope I'll be able to continue with more posts while I'm here in Bali ... hot from the oven, so to say.



Just Laughs: Do Not Break The Silence

A man and his wife were having some problems at home and were giving each other the silent treatment. The next week the man realized that he would need his wife to wake him at 5.00 am for an early morning business flight to Chicago. Not wanting to be the first to break the silence, he finally wrote on a piece of paper, "Please wake me at 5.00 am."

The next morning the man woke up, only to discover it was 9.00am, and that he had missed his flight. Furious, he was about to go and see why his wife hadn't woken him when he noticed a piece of paper by the bed ... it said... "It is 5.00am; wake up."


Wednesday, December 23, 2009

My Bubble: All My Bags Are Pack!

The late John Denver sang;

"All my bags are packed, I'm ready to go ...
I'm standing here outside my door ...
The taxi's waiting he's blowing his horn ...
So kiss me and smile for me ..."

Yucks! So terribly mushy!! Hey, I going for a long deserving holiday ... not saying bye-bye to anyone or suffering from some forsaken love or something. I don't know why every time just before we pack-off for our holiday, I will have this tune running in my head.

Could I be really running away? How can I when dear old hubby is following me and my son's the lamp-post!

Last minute post before I hop onto my friend, Rajan's taxi to head for the airport. My flight's leaving at 5.00pm but we've got to be there 2 hours' ahead and it's a 45 minutes ride to the airport.

YIPPEE!!! Bali here I come!! I'm getting more and more excited!


Poetry: Make A Dream Come True

Tuesday, December 22, 2009

My Bubble: I Hate Packing!

I HATE PACKING! That's what I'll scream out loud every time we embarked on a holiday. There's no way to procrastinate any further.

Come tomorrow ... we'll be in BALI!

There's just too many things I want to bring with me ... all my facial stuffs (must make sure I pamper my face after my day out), make-ups (must protect my face when I'm out in the sun), toiletries, spare undies (you may never know of any unforseen circumstances), my stilletoes (I'll be too conscious if we go clubbing in my Adizero), slippers (when we're on the beach), extra t's for change (in case I sweat too much under the sun) ......

Then there's the chargors for the handphones, cameras, netbook ... blah blah blah ...

If only we could drive all the way to Bali ... wouldn't it be great coz then, I can just dumped everything I need into the car.

I really can't imagine myself BACK-PACKING, something that Ray and me intend to do after our retirement. HUH??? Living out of a single backpack?


Just Laughs: Retirement Center

Two elderly gentlemen from a retirement center were sitting on a bench under a tree when one turns to the other and says: "John, I'm 83 years old now and I'm just full of aches and pains. I know you're about my age. How do you feel?"

John says, "I feel just like a newborn baby."

"Really!? Like a newborn baby!?"

"Yep. No hair, no teeth, and I think I just pooped my pants."


Monday, December 21, 2009

My Bubble: At The Flip Of A Coin

What a timing! One marriage is on the rocks and another is about to begin.

As usual, I was the Kota Kemuning Pacers' official camerawoman when our members ran in the Malakoff 12km Run in Kuala Lumpur yesterday. The event was well organised without anything in between to complain about except for an exhilarating incident that enthralled many of us at the finish line.

Just as runners after runners came running to the finish to complete their 12km run, one young chap with his face all flushed pink, came ruuning in with a bouquet of roses in his arms. Upon crossing the finish line, he made a beeline for a pretty young lady amoung the spectators. Overwhelmed emotionally, he knelt down before her and proposed to her. It's so ROMANTIC! Just like in the movies.

This is the happy side of the coin. What a coincidence ... flipped over to the other side, I could not help but thought of Jane. I know she had been as happy as that young lady once and hope that she will find that happiness again soon.


A Positive Affirmation ...


Sunday, December 20, 2009

Gratitude: Listen To Your Heart


Saturday, December 19, 2009

My Bubble: Self-Forgiveness Is The Way

Long chats with Jane since the revelation of her husband's adultery had stirred up loads of emotion during these past years. It's frustrating that most of the time, Jane placed the blame on herself ... "Why had I not seen the tell-tale signs" ... "Why was I so blind?" ... "Why didn't I follow my instinct?" ... WHY WHY WHY?

In conclusion, if our husband cheats on us, is it really our fault alone? Are we to be blamed? I don't want to sound insensitive, but I guess there is no straight YES or NO to these 2 questions. Many circumstances and reasons lie beneath that may not be privileged to us to make any judgement.

Although I cannot yet comprehend my devastation if I were to ever discover that my hubby had been adulterous and as I do not have any magic formula to ease her pain, I can only support and encourage her to move on ... first and foremost, to learn to forgive herself. Unfortunately, Jane does not concur with me as she continually flips between a highly positive outlook and an extremely low-down depression.

I believe blame and responsibility are two different things. Taking the blame is self-destructive as she punishes herself. Accepting responsibility would mean that she has grasped the understanding of why things happened the way it happened. Accepting responsibility would be healing as she comes to term that the past cannot be changed, that what is done is done and wishing otherwise will not fix anything. That’s why it is important for her to accept responsibility before she is able to feel compassion towards herself and forgive herself ... then, the hurt becomes smaller and less defining.

Forgiveness is hard and true forgiveness can only come from oneself. I know healing takes time but till now, I am sad that she is still making herself a victim of her husband's weakness. How can I shake her out from her bottled self-punishment that's driving her in the wrong direction ... towards emotional devastation that's creating hurt and revenge in her.

A marriage is a partnership that is supposed to be based on trust and unconditional love. So if the trust is broken, does that mean that the love should just disappear? Should hate be allowed to replace love so easily? It has been a hard and bumpy road for her, but I certainly hope that divorce doesn't come as an automatic answer to end her marriage ... not for her sake.


Brain Teaser: Today's Answer

A computer keyboard.


Brain Teaser: Keys But No Locks

What object has keys that open no locks,
space but no room,
and you can enter but not go in?

*** Catch the answer later today ...


Friday, December 18, 2009

Law Of Attraction: Better Yourself Learn & Recover From Failures

Since you're trapped, for the time being, on a planet full of gravity and other irresistible forces, you're going to fail at one time or another. Whether or not you fail is simply a matter of time, not "if." How you harness your failure is a better question. When others fail around you - to meet expectations or other standards - the question remains: what do you do with their failure? Do you recover from failure? What can you learn from failure?

Re-Define Failure

Too often it seems people allow failures to define them. They are identified with their failure: as lazy, drunk, liar, cheat, bully...whatever the adjective, it's tied to their failure. Instead, take control and re-define the failure. People are people, after all. Failure is something that's going to happen to the best of people from time to time.

Re-define failure as an opportunity to learn from a mistake or poor choices that you or another make. It's a free education, and it costs nothing to witness mistakes and learn from them. Re-defined this way, failure becomes a learning experience and genuine growth opportunity every time.

Put Failure to Work For You

It's sort of like being the new kid in school, and the bully upperclassmen want to get your goat. They cajole, bully and mock away...but if it doesn't matter to you much, then you've stolen their thunder. When a bully has the upper hand and knows he's got it, then he has control over you. If he can't have that control, then he's nothing but a nuisance.

This same holds true for the power of failure - except you can actually harness the negative "vibe" and put it to work for you. Learn how to make your failure, or that of another, work for you. Don't get mad at the fact that you've loused up - take notes.

What caused it? Is it a pattern? How can I prevent this? What have I learned?

When others assume this failure defines you, seize the moment and make that day the re-defining moment you decide you're not doing this again. Decide you aren't going to fail like others have, and be re-defined. Strengthen yourself and adapt. Recover from failure when you learn from failure.

Put failure to work for you to be propelled to become a greater person.

Fail Fast and Get Back On the Horse!

You can learn a lot in a rodeo. One of the better examples of failing properly is when a cowboy or cowgirl gets bucked off a bronco, and gets right back in the saddle. This idea holds water for any situation, including failure.

History is replete with figures who've tried and failed, but then tried again after learning the tough lessons. Every great invention, company, government or historical figure is fraught with either genuine or apparent failure - and these folks have learned to get right back in the saddle. Great people have this in common - they learn from failure. They get the hard knocks and recover from failure, fast.

It's not about how hard you've fallen, nor about who you let down, or about who let you down when they've failed - it's about what you've learned from it and how quickly you get back on the horse that really define you.

If you fail properly, you won't fail again. You'll just be upgrading.

James M. Hussey works in a family business by day, and builds websites and works as a freelance author on Elance at night. His first of many websites covers elliptical machines for sale, where you'll find user-friendly information on the elliptical exercise machine of your choice. You can also find him on Elance, working on freelance writing under "JamestheJust."

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Thursday, December 17, 2009

My Bubble: From Love To Hate ...

Jane is my closest and dearest friend on earth ... of course, only next to my dear old hubby, Ray. We have known each other practically our whole life since we grew up together from the days at our old neighbourhood in Muar, Johore. We have seen each other through the happier and the rough times of our lives.

Although Jane does not share my enthusiasm in blogging, we share a mutual interest and believe in the universal Law of Attraction. With due respect for her privacy, I did seek her prior approval before I put up this post. With or without any prior awareness in the universal law, I guess both of us have been blessed with a relatively good life ... a comfortable career, supportive husband and surprisingly we both have only 2 teenage sons between us.

Sadly, one day things did change. It was on Valentine's Day 2007 when I received a frantic call from Jane. She was wailing over the phone and I could hardly make out what she was trying to say except for the most audible sentence, "he cheated ... you hear me, he cheated!"

I was tongue-tied as she repeated over and over again until reality sunk in for me. Oh my God, how could this happened? Her husband had cheated on her? The man that she adored for almost 20 years, the father to her son? As far as I know, she worshipped the ground he walked on!

Well, her husband apologised, she forgave him and they moved away ... presumably to seek a new setting to start over. That was then and many things have changed since. It's been 2 years now and we kept in touch as much as we could ... each time still sensing her depression from the betrayal. I truly admire her efforts, trying to stay strong and move on but is it so easy to forgive and just forget as if the whole thing did not happen? I don't know if I could.

Last night, I had a jolt when she told me she's considering a divorce ... after all her son's all grown up now and mature enough to understand the whole situation ... there's no one to worry about anymore.

Why why why? I repeated selfishly.

According to Jane, eventhough the affair has been over since, the other woman still comes between them. Although her husband tries hard to redeem himself ... she felt that their relationship has become so superficial. Everything they do together reminds her of what he had done with that woman ... in her own words, even during sex, a recall of the affair could be an instantaneous turnoff! Jane says, the love for the man she had vowed to honour and respect, to cherish and obey all these years seemed to have gradually turn into hate within such a short span.

Is it possible for love to turn into hate? Are we capable of hating the man we had loved so dearly for so many years? I really don't know ... she must be confused but it is surely making me think really hard and examining my own feelings for my hubby. I shudder at the thought of me suffering a same fate!

Since she has not yet discussed her decision with both her husband and son, I begged her to reconsider ... to think it over and not be hasty. I just don't know how else to advise her but I know I will have to respect whatever decision she makes at the end.


Just Laughs: Directions

Pete and Larry had not seen each other in many years. Now they had a long talk trying to fill in the gap of those years by telling about their lives. Finally Pete invited Larry to visit him in his new apartment.

"I've got a wife and three kids and I'd love to have you visit us."

"Great. Where do you live?"

"Here's the address. And there's plenty of parking behind the apartment. Park and come around to the front door, kick it open with your foot, go to the elevator and press the button with your left elbow, then enter! When you reach the sixth floor, go down the hall until you see my name on the door. Then press the doorbell with your right elbow and I'll let you in."

"Good. But tell me...what is all this business of kicking the front door open, then pressing elevator buttons with my right, then my left elbow?"

"Surely, you're not coming empty-handed."


Wednesday, December 16, 2009

My Bubble: I Must Remain Strong & Focused!

I MUST ... I must remain STRONG! I must remain FOCUSED!

I have been weak these past months ... stressed out ... in desperation to fit in at my new workplace ... in desperation to be the superwoman, chasing perfection ... I feel so drained!

In the end, the harder I tried to accomplish proficiency ... the more mistakes I make ... then more and more of my confidence just goes down the drain. The fact that I am in an organisation where fault-finding missions take precedence did not help my situation at all and of course, there's the politics I've mentioned earlier. Sudden organisational changes placed me under 2 different new bosses within 3 months ... is this fair?

Many times, I wanted to call it quits! Yet why am I still hanging on to this job? I am not happy ... I don't find any job enrichment ... it's a blatant waste of my time!

Shingo-T gave me a thought-provoking comment recently but I still remain undecided of my fate on this cross-road. He said:


It's not that I take home a fantastic paycheck but it is sufficient to provide me a comfortable life. So ... my dear friends ... I would appreciate some enlightenment ... what do you think I should do?


Poetry: Own Happiness

Tuesday, December 15, 2009

My Bubble: A New Condo On The Way!

I've said it once too many before but I still want to say it again and again ...


I may be weak at times ... trying to maintain my positive outlook amidst the stress and desperation but I am proud that my deep-rooted believe in this law of the universe has sprung another joy for me.

One of the items on my Vision Board has materialised! I've just signed up for a condo unit and shall be living in my desired home when it is ready in 3 years' time.

Believe ... we can make this universal law work for us.


Just Laughs: Slow Down

Don't get caught!!!


Monday, December 14, 2009

A Positive Affirmation ...


Sunday, December 13, 2009

Gratitude: Leave Your Own Smile

Saturday, December 12, 2009

Brain Teaser: The Answer

The secret is what you see on each line and what you see becomes the next line. The answer as below:

Line 1 is "Two ones" (2 1)

Line 2 then becomes "One two, and one one" (1 2 1 1)

Line 3 therefore is "One one, one two and two ones" (1 1 1 2 2 1)

Line 4 is "Three ones, two twos and one one" (3 1 2 2 1 1)

Line 5 is "One three, one one, two twos and two ones" (1 3 1 1 2 2 1 1)


Brain Teaser: Sequence Puzzle

The below is a number puzzle. It should be read left to right, top to bottom.

1 1
2 1
1 2 1 1
1 1 1 2 2 1
? ? ? ? ? ?
? ? ? ? ? ? ? ?

Question 1: What is the next two rows of numbers?
Question 2: How was this reached?