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Wednesday, September 23, 2009

Gifts from Abu Dhabi

Selamat hari raya....

Kali ni nak cerita tentang fridge magnet. :)

I memang suka nga FM ni. Skang ni nak buat hobby la plak. Nak penuh kan fridge ku ngan FM yg comel2 ni. Yang ni dari my sis Amy yang baru balik bercuti dari Abu Dhabi. She bought me FM and Key Chain. Thanks sis! :)
Ingat nak upload gambar raya tapi...ntah la...tak der mood lagi la...sebab gambar raya ku tak clear sgt la. My bro-in-law yang amik. Pahtu dia amik skali snap ker. I amik gamba diorang cun...kiranya I ni better la kalu bab amik gamba. Jeng aku...tapi tengok la kalau2 mood dah zap....datang...kan? :P

Thursday, September 17, 2009

Kad Raya Curi?

Salam...dikesempatan ini...Saya nak ucapkan Selamat Hari Raya untuk semua yang mengenali diri saya...maaf zahir dan batin. Kalau yang belum kenal tu...kenal2kan lah diri anda. :)

Monday, September 7, 2009

The Last 10 Days Of Ramadan

The Last Ten Days of Ramadaan
Author: 'Abdullaah Ibn Saalih Al-Fawzaan
Aa’ishah RAA said:“When the last ten days (of Ramadaan) would come, the Prophet (sallallaahu alayhi wasallam) would spend his night in worship, wake his family (at night), exert himself and tighten his Izaar (waistcloth).” [1]
This hadeeth is proof that the last ten days of Ramadaan have a special virtue over any other (set of days), in which one should increase in obedience and acts of worship, such as prayer, making dhikr (remembrance) and reciting the Qur’aan.
‘Aa’ishah RAA has described our Prophet and role model, Muhammad (sallallaahu alayhi wasallam), with four attributes:
1. He (sallallaahu alayhi wasallam) would "spend his night in worship", meaning he would not sleep during it. Thus, he (sallallaahu alayhi wasallam) would remain awake throughout it in worship and he would liven his soul by spending the night in sleeplessness. This is since sleep is the brother of death. The meaning of "spend his night" is that he (sallallaahu alayhi wasallam) would spend all of it in the state of qiyaam (night prayer) and performing acts of worship that are done for the sake of Allaah, Lord of the worlds. We must remember that the last ten days of Ramadaan are fixed and numbered.
As for what has been reported concerning the forbiddance of spending the entire night in prayer, which has been mentioned in the hadeeth of 'Abdullaah Ibn 'Amr RAA, then it is in regards to someone who does that consistently throughout every night of the year.
2. He (sallallaahu alayhi wasallam) would "wake up his family" meaning his (sallallaahu alayhi wasallam) pure wives, the Mothers of the Believers, so that they may take part in the profiting of good, the dhikr (remembrance) and the acts of worship during these blessed times.
3. He (sallallaahu alayhi wasallam) would "exert himself", meaning he (sallallaahu alayhi wasallam) would persevere and struggle in worship, adding more to his deeds than what he had done in the first twenty days (of Ramadaan). He only did this because the night of Al-Qadr occurs during one of these (last ten) days.
4. He (sallallaahu alayhi wasallam) would "tighten his Izaar (waistcloth)" meaning he would exert himself and struggle intensely in worship. It is also said that it means he (sallallaahu alayhi wasallam) would withdraw from women. This seems to be more correct since it inclines with what was mentioned previously and with the hadeeth of Anas RAA: "He (sallallaahu alayhi wasallam) would rollup his bed and withdraw from women (i.e. his wives)." [2]
Also, he (sallallaahu alayhi wasallam) would observe 'Itikaaf in the last ten days of Ramadaan and the person who is in the state of 'Itikaaf is restricted from interacting (sexually) with women.
So, O Muslim brother, strive to characterize yourself with these attributes. And guard the prayer you make in the depths of the night (tahajjud) with the Imaam in addition to the Taraaweeh prayer (which is prayed in the early parts of the night), so that your exertion in these last ten days may go beyond that of the first twenty. And so that you may achieve the attribute of "spending the night in worship" by praying.
And you must be patient in your obedience to Allaah, for indeed, the tahajjud (night) prayer is difficult, but its reward is great. By Allaah, it is a great opportunity in ones life and a profitable thing to take advantage of, for the one whom Allaah grants it to. And a person does not know if perhaps he will encounter one of Allaah's many rewards during the night prayer, thus serving as assistance for him in this world and in the Hereafter.
The righteous predecessors of this ummah would lengthen the prayer at night, exerting themselves. As-Saa'ib Ibn Yazeed said: "'Umar Ibn Al-Khattaab ordered Ubay Bin Ka'ab and Tameem Ad-Daaree to lead the people in prayer with eleven raka'aat. The reciter would recite one hundred verses, to the point that we had to lean upon wooden staffs due to the long standing. And we would not stop until the early parts of Fajr." [3]
'Abdullaah Ibn Abee Bakr reported: "I heard my father (i.e. Abu Bakr) say: 'During Ramadaan, we would finish (the night prayer) late and we would hurry the servants to present the food (of suhoor) for fear that Fajr (morning) would come upon us." [4]
There are two struggles of the soul that the believer faces during Ramadaan: the struggle by day with fasting and the struggle by night with qiyaam (night prayer). So whosoever combines these two and fulfills their rights, then he is amongst the patient -- those who will "be given their reward in full without any reckoning." [5]
These ten days are the last part of the month and a person's actions are based on his last ones. So perhaps, he will encounter the night of Al-Qadr, while standing in prayer for Allaah and thus have all his past sins forgiven.And one must incite, animate and persuade his family to perform acts of worship, especially in these great times in which no one neglects it except that he has been deprived. What is more incredible than this is that while the people are performing prayer and making tahajjud, some individuals spend their time in forbidden gatherings and sinful events. This is indeed the greatest loss. We ask Allaah for his protection.
Therefore, embarking on these last days means entering into the profiting from righteous deeds in what remains of the month. From the unfortunate matters is to see that some people excel in righteous actions, such as prayer and recitation of the Qur'aan, in the first part of the month, but then signs of fatigue and weariness begin to show on them afterwards, especially when the last ten days of Ramadaan come in. And this is in spite of these last ten days possessing a greater standing than the first ones. Thus, one must persevere in striving and struggling and increase his worship when the end of the month draws near. And we must keep in mind that a person's actions are based on his last ones.

Saturday, September 5, 2009

Dating ? Bestnyer...

Memang best kopi kat sini....garlic toast pun best...yummy...yummy....

Ni antara tudung yang dibeli smlm...warna gray dah pakai...malas nak p amik.... :)

Selamat berpuasa semua...

Kali ni nak bercerita tentang datim smalam. Suamiku ada kat sini so kami amik peluang nak kuar dating la kejap. Lepas berbuka puasa semalam, kami tinggal anak-anak kat umah. Terima kasih untuk my mum yang sanggup jaga hero2 ku yang HEBAT semua tu. :)

Kami ke OLD TOWN WHITE COFFEE @ AEON Bukit Tinggi Klang. Saja je ke sana...suamiku nak beli beg handphone yang letak kat belt 2. Singgah jap minum kopi. Waaaa....memang best kopi ni. I order Hazelnut White Coffee (Cold). SYYYYooookkkkk!!! Then Garlic Toast pun best! Ni first time minum kat situ. Sebab suamiku kata member dia kata...kopi kat situ best. Then I pun dengar iklan kat FLY.FM pun, cam best jer. So why not...cuba dulu.

Then...kami ke CentrePoint Klang. Kat depan kompleks 2 ada buat bazar ramadan. Banyak tudung murah...baju kurung....baju melayu....syok gak pi jalan2 cam couple ni. Ihiks...Sempat gak aku sambar 3 helai 2dung...ingat tak nak beli apa-apa...then bila berkenan lagi...aku pow la duit suamiku...kikikikiki.....sayam sham!

Wednesday, September 2, 2009

Do I look THAT OLD?

The story goes like this...actually, I went back to my hometown last week because of the school holiday. Luckily, I didn't teach year 6 this year so no exam classes that mean no extra classes during the holiday.

I went to the new shopping mall in Kota Bharu, Parkson near Pasar Siti Khadijah. Actually I've been eyeing this lipstick and lipgloss for a few days already. I'm waiting for the rite time to buy it. You know...I have to wait for the pay day... :) I went to a Lancome counter... and have a close look at the thing. I tried a few lipsticks. I love glitters & sparkling things! That's the reason I really wanted to buy it. It caught my eyes...and I kept thinking about it since last few days. Then that stupid salesgirl made me end up buying nothing that day. After I tried a few...I asked her opinion...wanna know what she said? "Mmmm...kalu ore mudo mace sayo ni,meme minat hok bsinar...hok bkilat....tapi ikut kak la..." (translation- If a YOUNG girl like me, I like glitters, sparkling. but up to you..) Isn't it hurt? Do I look too old to wear glitters & sparkling lipstick???!! It turned me OFF!!!. I think a salesgirl should persuade the customer to buy the things. She should say something nice...sweet...convince your customer...not saying such thing... Am I rite? Well, I guess I better start saving a lot of money so that I can start buying the anti-ageing product ASAP!!!! Pity me.... Huhuhuhuhuhu........... :(

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