One bernam is a term that describes a person who takes care of others’ needs without being asked. Those with this name can be very good caregivers, bringing comfort and security to their loved ones. However, they should be careful not to let their duties overtake their own lives as this can lead to a sense of guilt and depression. They also need to be able to balance their own concerns with the needs of those around them.
They are often attracted to spiritual matters and may believe in life after death. Those with this name tend to be a bit shy and have difficulty making friends, but once they do, they are loyal and devoted. They also have a keen intellect, and they enjoy challenging themselves intellectually. They are also very observant and perceptive of those around them.
Berman began his career at WBUR in Boston, where he met the Magliozzi brothers, who were doing a local call-in show on car issues. He helped them to develop their program, which eventually became NPR’s Car Talk. It is now a beloved part of public radio weekend programming across the country, and it has been broadcast for over three decades. It is also available as a podcast.
Located within the Anson precinct, Bernam Street is close to Keppel Towers and 100AM shopping mall. It is also a short walk to Tanjong Pagar MRT Station and the upcoming Prince Edward Road MRT Station.