Sunday, November 29, 2009

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It happened my 16 days nephew was admitted to the hospital due to jaundice. There was something crossing my mind. Why recently we heard most of new born baby especially in Malaysia got jaundice? I seldom heard the western born baby infected with it. Is it due to the medicines injected to the baby the moment they were delivered? Maybe Dr.Hudzaifah or anybody with good knowledge in it can explain further.

My nephew's skin is burning up due to the "blue fluorescent light"

There was 1 nurse came to my sister and her baby after few days admitted to the hospital.

Nurse: Madam, you’re going to be discharged today. (with smile)

Madam: Alhamdulillah.

Nurse: But before that, you need to settle few bills. Right now the office is close for lunch. You can make the payment around 2.00pm.

Madam: Ok, Insya Allah.

Nurse: I think you better sit and rest and ask your husband to pay it (the nurse is pointing at me with innocent face, assuming I’m the dad!).

Me: lol. Do I look like a dad? (I’m too young and immature to be a dad!)

We celebrated Eidul Adha nowhere except in our home. My uncles, aunts, cousins, etc. coming all the way from KL, Penang and other far far away places just to visit me to visit my sister and her baby.

We snapped photos infront of our house (pic of my uncles,aunts,cousin,etc. Can you find me?)

Insya Allah I’ll be leaving to KL soon as my practical training will be started this 7th December.

May this Eidul Adha gives us the spirit to struggle and sacrifice for the sake of Islam, and we hope the lesson from the sirah of Prophet Ibrahim and Ismail can stick firmly in our heart.

Note1: Congratulation to my aunt for her engagement recently.

Note2: I’m too young to be an uncle right? Hehe

Note3: Congrat to my lil bro for achieving 5A in the UPSR

Sunday, November 15, 2009

Dedicated for me to think.....


Live is not as easy as you taught.It full with obstacles and it is very tough and rough.Why is it so?Nothing else except Allah wants to test us either we are a 'real muslim' or not.

As a muslim, we have to face every single of these trials as a medium for us to be a better man.The patience we paid will be bought by Allah in exchange.Together with Allah's blessings, hopefully we deserve to live happily ever after in the Paradise.

Put Allah in our heart,the sweetness of trials and tribulations will be tasted...
O Allah,guide and bless me...

One of my friend used to paint a mural at our hostel building during our life time as a secondary school students..It stated,

A star has five ends,
A square has four ends,
A triangle has three ends,
A line has two ends,
However, Allah's blessings has no end!

Tuesday, November 3, 2009

Who decide our fate??

Just to share something although I'm a bit buzy struggling to digest the whole syllabus for the final exam.I'm not saying that I'm study for the sake of exam but it's normal to boost up to gear 5 at this moment.

Personally,I think it's kind of norms for most of students to put more effort during the ending line of the journey, i.e. the ending of the semester,just to ensure we passed the exam with flying colors.

However,as we realized or not,our success does not rely on our effort.Of course my statement can be argued,but what can I say is,our effort is just around 30% out of 100% of our success.

The remains 70% belong to Allah.HE is the one who can decide our fate.There are lot of stories,rumors etc. about the people who still failed although he struggled to pass the exam.Or maybe you experienced it yourself.

Why not we pray to Allah to give us success and at the same time we put more effort to pass the exam.I think that's better.Only HIM can make us pass or fail.Never rely on our efforts to pass.

As what my schoolmates always said, jom jaga HDA!!(Hubungan Dengan Allah).

"O ye who believe! if ye will aid (the cause of) Allah, He will aid you, and plant your feet firmly." Surah Muhammad:7