Makeshift Altar, somewhere in Singapore


As some of you know, I sniff out places that people don’t normally venture to. I do this for two reasons. As a writer, I’m highly inquisitive. I want to know and I need to know stuff. This includes going to places I would not naturally go to given my assumed peer group. This place, the location of which I am not at liberty to reveal, was one of those.

I went to check out the abandoned incinerator. Then I noticed, in what looked like an old tree, nestled among the branches, a makeshift altar with a framed portrait of Jesus Christ and a figurine of Buddha.

Indeed.

Taken, July 2014.

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