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Friday, September 26, 2008

lifez n puzzles

Life is like a puzzles dat need to be complete wif every pieces of it.. find ur pieces n combine it to make ur life meaningful, but ironically, completed puzzles is too perfect n life is not easy as you might see.. when u lost even one of d pieces, u'll learn to appreciate life n bersyukur la atas nikmat yg di beri - Nya..hence help u to become a better person.. n mine, still need hundreads pieces of puzzles to solve.. i already lost few of it n just maybe some of the pieces,i lost it forever.. but it gives me courage to find it back r.. eventually, as my life goes by, i'll completed my puzzles of life.. n urs? lu pikir la sendiri.. huhu. ~istiqamah n trust ur guts in finding ur pieces~..

Thursday, September 25, 2008

Goodbye, selamat tinggal, sayonara~

it's hard to say goodbye, so.. it's better to say ~till we meet again~, at least there's a hope

only in a few days, d Ramadhan gonna leave us wif memories or good deeds of our own.. or we just let d Ramadhan flew just like dat without giving effort to do somthing good.. it depend on how we celebrate it.~ i hope i've done it well or... at least ok~ Ramadhan kali nie, cam x terase.. tuptup.. it's goin to leave me.. pretty sad i guess~can't wait till d next one~ bile lah dpt merasa puasa kat Makkah~i'm goin to put dis in my wishin list~huhu.. hopefully one day i can go there be4 i leave dis world. dis is d lyric from my fav song.. HaraPan RamaDhan

Ku mengharapkan Ramadhan
Kali ini penuh makna
Agar dapat kulalui
Dengan sempurna
Selangkah demi selangkah
Setahun sudah pun berlalu
Masa yang pantas berlalu
Hingga tak terasa ku berada
Di bulan Ramadhan semula
Puasa satu amalan
Sebagaimana yang diperintahNya
Moga dapat ku lenturkan
Nafsu yang selalu membelenggu diri
Tiada henti-henti
Tak ingin ku biarkan Ramadhan berlalu saja
Tuhan pimpinlah daku yang lemah
Mengharungi segalanya dengan sabar
Kita memohon pada Tuhan diberikan kekuatan
Ku merayu pada Tuhan diterima amalan
Selangkah demi selangkah...
Dengan rahmatMu oh Tuhanku...
Ku tempuh jua

p/s: pohon seribu kemaafan pada semua.. do enjoy ur last few days of Ramadhan.. appreciate it.


while i'm waitin for isya' to come n Aini get ready... i wanna show a pic of married couple dat touch my heart very much.. it's so sweet n pure.. huhu. dis is luv is supposed to be.

i grabbed dis pic from one of my x-lecturemate in matrix.. thanx ya.. i'm fallin for dis pic since d first time i saw it~

Friday, September 19, 2008

month of blessing Part II

it's been a while since d last august, i didn't update my blog.. been very busy wif posting at HUKM, 2 weeks in psych day care ~great xperience~ and another 2 weeks after raye for neuro/medical OT in OT rehab department. for the opening, i wanna continue bout 8 other lesson dat we can learn from Ramadhan.. here it goes..

  • Lesson 4: Striving for ihsan (righteousness & sincerity) and staying away from riyaa’ (showing off) Ihsan means to worship Allah as if one sees Him, for if one does not see Him, He sees all. Hasan al-basri said,"By Allah in the last twenty years, I have not said a word or taken something with my hand or refrained to take something with my hand or stepped forward or stepped back, except that I have thought before I have done any action,'Does Allah love this action ? Is Allah pleased with this action ?' " So when one is fasting, one should gain this quality of watching oneself and also staying away from riyah (showing off). That is why Allah said in a qudsi hadith, "..Fasting is for Me and I will reward it.." (Bukhari) Allah singles out fasting from all other types of worship saying, "..Fasting is for Me..", because no one knows whether you are fasting or not, except Allah. For example, when one is praying or giving charity or making tawwaf, one can be seen by the people, so one might do the action seeking the praise of the people. Sufian at-thawri used to spend the nights and the days crying and the people used to ask him, "Why do you cry, is it due to the fear of Allah ?", he said,'No.', they said,"Is it due to the fear of the hell-fire ?", he said, 'No. It is not the fear of Allah that makes me cry, what makes me cry is that I have been worshipping Allah all these years and doing scholarly teaching, but I am not certain that my intentions are purely for Allah.'
  • Lesson 5: Refinement of manners, especially those related to truthfulness and discharging trusts. The Prophet (may Allah send His blessing and peace upon him) said,"Whoever does not abandon falsehood in word and action, then Allah, the Mighty and the Majestic has no need that he should leave his food and drink." (Bukhari) And the Prophet (may Allah send His blessing and peace upon him) said,"It may be that a fasting person attains nothing but hunger and thirst from his fast." (Ibn Majah) What we learn from this, is that we must pay attention to the purification of our manners. The Prophet (may Allah send His blessing and peace upon him) said,"I was sent to perfect good manners." (Muwatta) So we must check ourselves, are we following the behaviour of the Prophet (may Allah send His blessing and peace upon him). For example, Do we give salam to those we don't know and those we do know? Do we follow the manners of Islam, by telling the truth and only telling the truth? Are we merciful to the creation?
  • Lesson 6: Recognising that one can change for the better The Prophet (may Allah send His blessing and peace upon him) said,"Every son of Adam sins and the best of the sinners are those who repent." (Ibn Majah) Allah provides many opportunities to repent to Him and seek His forgiveness. If one was disobedient they can become obedient.
  • Lesson 7: Being more charitable Ibn Abbas said,"The Prophet (may Allah send His blessing and peace upon him) was the most charitable amongst the people, and he used to be more so in the month of Ramadan when Gibreel used to meet him on every night of Ramadan till the end of the month. The Prophet (may Allah send His blessing and peace upon him) used to recite the Holy Qur'an to Gibreel." (Bukhari) The Prophet (may Allah send His blessing and peace upon him) said, "He who gives food for a fasting person to break his fast, he will receive the same reward as him, without nothing being reduced from the fasting person's reward." (Tirmidhi )
  • Lesson 8: Sensing the unity of the Muslims The Prophet (may Allah send His blessing and peace upon him) said, "...Those of you who will live after me, will see many differences. Then you must cling on to my Sunnah and the Sunnah of the rightly guided khalifah. Hold fast to it and stick to it.." (Abu Dawud) It is possible for Muslims to be a single body, but this will only be achieved when obedience is only to Allah and His Messenger. One senses unity, because the Muslims pray and fast together.
  • Lesson 9: Learning discipline The Prophet (may Allah send His blessing and peace upon him) said, "Bilal makes the adhan, while it is still night; therefore, eat and drink until Ibn Umm Maktum makes the adhan." (Bukhari) The Prophet (may Allah send His blessing and peace upon him) made us adhere to this strictness. Similarly one cannot knowingly break the fast before the sunset, as this will not be accepted by Allah. Muslims should learn to be very strict in their lives, because they are people of an important message, which they mould their lives around.
  • Lesson 10: Teaching the young to worship Allah It was the practice of the people of Madinah, that during the fast of Ashura (which is now a recommended fast of one day) to get their children to fast with them. When the children would cry of hunger and thirst, their parents would distract their attention by giving them some sort of toy to play with. The children would break their fast with their parents. (mentioned in Bukhari) So the young should be brought to the masjid and they should pray with their parents, so that they are able to get into the habit of becoming worshippers of Allah. If one does not encourage children to fast when they are young, they will find it very difficult to fast for thirty days at the age of puberty. This is why the Prophet (may Allah send His blessing and peace upon him) said, "Command your children to pray at the age of seven and beat them at the age of ten (if they do not pray)" (Hakim)
  • Lesson 11: Caring for one's health Fasting teaches Muslims to take care of their health and to build strong bodies. The Prophet (may Allah send his blessing and peace upon him) said,"A strong believer is better and is more beloved to Allah than a weak believer, and there is good in everyone." (Muslim)

hope it'll give benefits to d readers!.. xoxo