Sabtu, Mei 28

Lepaskan egomu

Dah ludah, nak jilat balik ke?

Terbaca status di facebook oleh sahabat saya.

Lama saya termenung. Berfikir. Sebab saya rasa ada yang tidak kena pada kenyataan tersebut.

Kerana dengan keprihatinan pada sikap dan rasional, kita pasti sedia maklum meludah juga bukanlah satu hal yang baik. Lebih-lebih lagi meludah di merata-rata tempat. Makanya, sebelum meludah, harus diletakkan rasional dulu sebelum bertindak.

Hanya sekadar analogi ringkas.

Ramai juga orang merasa terkhianti kat dunia ni ya. Antara post saya yang paling popular adalah kata-kata maaf, hasil cuplikan dari Bang Irfan Edcoustic. Sesuatu yang mungkin menenangkan kamu semua, harapnyalah..


Hadith Ibn Umar Radhiyallahu ‘anhuma, “Seorang mukmin yang bergaul dengan orang ramai dan bersabar di atas kesakitan yang timbul akibat pergaulan itu, adalah lebih baik daripada seorang mukin yang tidak bercampur gaul dengan orang ramai dan tidak sabar di atas kesakitan akibat pergaulan itu” (Al-Tirmidhi 2507, Ibn Majah 4032)


Lepaskanlah egomu. Itulah caranya. Jika sudah ludah, maka berusahalah membersihkannya. Tiada yang salah pada perbuatan itu. Itu malahan lebih mulia, bukankah menyambung silaturrahmi itu perbuatan yang mulia?
Nota : Mengimbau kisah dulu-dulu. Percayalah, walau ia sulit, akhirnya itu semanis madu. Saya tetap sayangkan dia. Opps, saya yang bersalah sebenarnya. Ego!

Rabu, Mei 25

the world that we live in



“At a time when $700 billion can be found overnight to bail out the richest bankers in the world and $1000 billion can be spent on one single “war,” when sovereign wealth funds in a few rich countries alone are at $2500 billion and growing, it stretches credulity when we are told that the world can’t find an extra $18 billion a year to save the lives of millions of children and women and meet the basic needs of the majority of the world’s population.”
- Global Director, U.N. Millennium Campaign, Salil Shetty


hurm,

Then which of the Blessings of your Lord will you deny?

Kamis, Mei 19

Asing

Bulan lepas saya berkesempatan ke rumah sahabat lama saya di Bangi. Alhamdulillah, dipermudahkan segala urusan sepanjang perjalanan. Saya suka terjah je jalan-jalan ni. Lagipun pengangkutan awam banyak. Dari komuter Bandar Tasek Selatan, saya turun di stesen komuter Bangi.

Kali pertama sampai di Bandar Bangi Lama. Memang agak gerun juga sebenarnya, dahla keseorangan waktu tu. Sahabat saya cakap nanti naik bas je ke tempat kediaman dia. Tunggulah saya si bas itu. Lama. Hampir 1 jam setengah tunggu bas. Semasa sedang menunggu di perhentian bas, ada 2 warga asing yang turut sama menunggu bas.

Di situlah terjadinya perbualan antara kami. Seorang dari Indonesia dan seorang lagi dari Bangladesh. Mereka sangat banyak celotehnya. Saya pula hanya berkongsi kisah saya semasa menuntut di Indonesia dulu. Tak tahu nak berkongsi apa selain kehidupan 3 tahun di Indonesia, sebab ia antara kenangan yang super duper best!

Terkedu saya mendengar kisah dari mereka berdua. Dengan pendapatan yang hampir sama dengan saya tiap-tiap bulan, mereka mampu mengirim separuh malah lebih dari gaji mereka buat keluarga di kampung. Bagaimanalah mereka boleh berhidup dengan duit yang sedikit itu di bumi Malaysia? Malah mampu membeli telepon super canggih seperti HTC? Kagum, kagum. Banyak lagi yang mereka kongsikan dengan saya buat saya bertambah malu dengan nikmat yang Allah berikan pada saya. Sungguh saya ini tidak tahu bersyukur.

Hiduplah kamu di dunia seolah-olah kamu ini warga asing atau pengembara di sebuah perjalanan

Pertemuan bersama 2 warga asing itu benar-benar pengajaran paling berharga buat saya. Kerana destinasi utama warga asing ini bukanlah Malaysia, tetapi negara mereka, maka mereka bekerja keras untuk kehidupan yang lebih baik di negara mereka. Kita yang sedia maklum dunia hanyalah persinggahan dan akhirat adalah destinasi utama perlulah berusaha lebih keras lagi untuk kehidupan yang kekal di sana. Terima kasih, Allah mempertemukan saya dengan insan-insan yang banyak memberi iktibar buat saya.

*Kawan saya selalu cakap saya sering dipertemukan dengan orang-orang baik walau ke mana saja saya pergi. Dan itulah nikmat terindah Allah berikan pada saya, mengenali seseorang walau hanya beberapa minit tapi meninggalkan kesan buat saya seumur hidup.

*Diana Kamal, kamu salah seorang daripadanya :-)

This kid deserved education more than I do. May God bless you dear.

Apalah yang dicemburukan pada kelebihan orang sedang terlalu ramai yang kekurangan punya bahagia dalam diri.

Alhamdulillah, Allahuakbar.

Rabu, Mei 18

Ama Zilna


Approaching God with our hearts
No fear nor grief for whom He guides
His rope is strong and will never waver
His provision is there for all who are in need
In every place, at every time
Above you is The Glorious Caretaking Lord
In every place, at every time
You have a Lord who loves you and will never forget you
Do we know our Lord?
Do we see our Lord’s blessings?
Do we know our Lord?
Do we thank Him… or have we forgotten..
that His servants… we are
In His Dominion we exist for as long as He wills
And we call upon His bounty through prayer
And seek His favors through hope
For He is our refuge when difficulty strengthens its hold
In every place, at every time
Above you is a Gloriouscare Taking Lord
In every place, at every time
You have a Lord who loves and will never forget you
Do we know our Lord? Do we see our Lord’s blessings?
Do we know our Lord? Do we thank Him… or have we forgotten..
that His servants… we are
My heart is Allah’s, My soul is Allah’s
My wealth is Allah’s

Jumat, Mei 13

What I Will



Tribute to all Palestinians people
Resistance to the Israeli war machine and occupation of Palestine


Suheir Hammad

I will not dance to your war drum.
 I will not lend my soul nor
my bones to your war drum.
 I will not dance to your beating.
 I know that beat.
It is lifeless.
 I know intimately that skin you are hitting.
 It was alive once
hunted, stolen
stretched.
 I will not dance to your drummed up war.
 I will not pop spin break for you. 
I will not hate for you or even hate you.
 I will not kill for you. 
Especially
I will not die for you.
 I will not mourn
the dead with murder nor
suicide. 
I will not side
with you nor dance to bombs
because everyone else is dancing.
 Everyone can be wrong.
 Life is a right not collateral or casual.
 I will not forget where I come from.
 I will craft my own drum. 
Gather my beloved
near and our chanting
will be dancing.
 Our humming will be drumming.
 I will not be played. 
I will not lend my name
nor my rhythm to your beat. 
I will dance
and resist and dance and
persist and dance. 
This heartbeat is louder than death. 
Your war drum ain’t
louder than this breath.


Senin, Mei 9

numbers

Sayyidina Ali (as) while he was a Khalifa was known for his mathematical genius. One Day a person came to him, thinking that since Ali thinks he is too smart, I'll ask him such a tough question that he won't be able to answer it and I'll have the chance to embarrass him in front of all the Arabs.

He asked "Ali, tell me a number, that if we divide it by any number from 1-10 the answer will always come in the form of a whole number and not as a fraction." Ali Looked back at him and said, "Take the number of days in a year and multiply it with the number of days in a week and you will have your answer."

The person got astonished but as he was a Mushrik he still didn't believe Ali. He calculated the answer Ali gave him. To his amazement he came across the following results:

The number of Days in a Year = 360 (in Arabic Calendar)
The Number of Days in a Week = 7
The product of the two numbers = 2520

Now...

2520 ÷ 1 == 2520
2520 ÷ 2 == 1260
2520 ÷ 3 == 840
2520 ÷ 4 == 630
2520 ÷ 5 == 504
2520 ÷ 6 == 420
2520 ÷ 7 == 360
2520 ÷ 8 == 315
2520 ÷ 9 == 280
2520 ÷ 10== 252

In another occasion...

A person was about to die, and before dying he wrote his Will which went as follows...

"I have 17 Camels, and I have three sons. Divide my Camels in such a way, that My eldest son gets half of them, the second one gets 1/3rd of the total and my youngest son gets 1/9th of the total number of Camels"

After his death when the relatives read his will they got extremely perplexed and said to each other that how can we divide 17 camels like this.

So after a long hard thought they decided that there was only one man in Arabia who could help them: Ali Ibne Abi Taalib.

So they all came to the door of Ali and put forward their problem.

Ali said, "Ok. I will divide the camels as per the man's will. I will lend one of my camels to the total which makes it 18 (17+1), now lets divide as per his will"

The Eldest gets 1/2 of 18 == 9
The second one gets 1/3 of 18 == 6
and The Youngest gets 1/9 of 18 == 2
Now the total number of camels == 17


Then Ali said, "Now I will take my Camel back"

source:  http://pu3nazifah.blogspot.com

note : love math and love sirah!