Tuesday, April 30, 2013

Friday, April 26, 2013



Together we strive to be a better muslim everyday, a precious gift for us. 
In sha allah :-)


Thursday, April 25, 2013



This beautiful writing has never failed to bring me to tears everytime I read it, again and again. How I feel that I am the one who is forgetful, careless, ignorant and ungrateful to all the blessings and chances He has given me. A way differ from that lady in the story. How I should be thankful and confident towards Him, always.  :'(
Special copied and pasted for you from suhaibwebb, I hope you will find it helpful to regain and restore your faith, In sha Allah. :)


By Zaineb Shebani

Du`a’ (supplication) is an incredible power that many of us sometimes don’t fully comprehend—because if we did, we would do whatever is necessary to get our du`a’s answered.  Sometimes our du`a’s are answered immediately and sometimes they take much longer than we expect. However, when made properly, du`a’ can transform our lives and bring about miraculous results.
In order to get our du`a’s answered we must fully comprehend the dynamics behind du`a’. Firstly, we must have complete certainty (yaqeen) that Allah subhanahu wa ta`ala (Glorified and Exalted is He) will answer our prayer.  There should be absolutely no doubt in our minds that Allah (swt) is listening to our du`a’s and is capable of answering them. We must also be careful not to lose hope in our du`a’ and become impatient when we don’t see the results we want. We need to continuously remind ourselves that the key to getting our du`a’s answered is by being persistent in our du`a’.  And most importantly, we must make sure that there isn’t a sin we are committing that we haven’t repented sincerely from, as our sins can be the first thing that can get in the way of our du`a’s being accepted—especially if the sin includes earning a living through unlawful means.
Once this is understood and followed, rest assured that Allah (swt) will either give you what you want or something much better than it; and He will most likely give it to you in a way that you never imagined.
Allah (swt) says: “[…] And whoever fears Allah—He will make for him a way out / And will provide for him from where he does not expect […]” (Qur’an 65:2-3)

ومن يتق الله يجعل له مخرجاً، ويرزقه من حيث لا يحتسب

Allah (swt) also says: “And when My servants ask you, [O Muhammad], concerning Me—indeed I am near. I respond to the invocation of every supplicant when he calls upon Me […]” (Qur’an 2:186)

وإذا سألك عبادي عني فإني قريب أجيب دعوة الداع إذا دعان

Now, I would like to share a story that proves how powerful making du`a’ can be; and how Allah (swt) can answer our prayers in the most miraculous of ways. This story should be taken as a parable, rather than as fact:
Dr. Saeed, a well-known doctor, was once on his way to an important medical conference in another city in which he was going to be granted an award for medical research he had recently done. He could barely contain his excitement on his way to the airport and couldn’t wait until he arrived at the conference. He had worked long and hard on his research and felt his efforts deserved the award he was about to obtain. However, an hour after the plane took off, the pilot announced that there was a problem with the plane and that they were going to make an emergency landing at the nearest airport.
Afraid that he wouldn’t make it in time for the conference, the doctor ran to the information desk as soon as the plane landed and explained to the woman at the desk that he was expected to be at a very important conference and that he needed to find another way to get to his destination. She told him that there was nothing she could do to help him as there wouldn’t be another flight to his destination for another sixteen hours; but suggested he rent a car and drive down to the city as it was only three hours away. Having no other choice, the doctor agreed to the idea despite his hatred for driving long distances.
The doctor rented a car and started his journey. However, soon after he left, the weather suddenly changed and a heavy storm began.  The pouring rain made it very difficult for him to see and he missed a turn he was supposed to take. After two hours of driving, he was convinced he was lost. Driving in the heavy rain on a deserted road, feeling hungry and tired, he frantically began to look for any sign of civilization. After some time, he finally came across a dark tiny cottage. Desperate, he got out of the car and knocked on the door.
A small elderly woman opened the door for him. He explained his situation and asked if he could use her telephone.  She told him that she didn’t have a phone or electricity but that he was welcome to come in for some food and something warm to drink as he had completely lost his way and that it would take him some time to get back on the right road.  Hungry, wet and exhausted, the doctor accepted her kind offer and walked in. The woman told him to help himself to some food and hot tea on the table and then excused herself to finish her prayers.
Sitting on the table sipping his tea, the doctor watched the woman in the dim light of the candles as she prayed next to what appeared to be a small baby crib. Every time she finished a prayer, she would start another one, and she seemed to be engrossed in making du`a’ while in sujood (prostration). Every now and then she would rock the crib gently.
Feeling that the woman might be in need of help, the doctor seized the opportunity to speak as soon as she finished one of her prayers and told her that he hoped Allah (swt) would answer her du`a’s.  He then said that he noticed that she had been making a lot of du`a’ and asked if there was something she needed that he could get for her or help her with. The woman smiled and said that Allah (swt) had answered all her prayers except for one. She said she didn’t know why Allah (swt) hadn’t answered this specific prayer yet but perhaps it was because of her weak iman (faith).
The doctor asked if she didn’t mind telling him what she was making the du`a’ for. Nodding her head in approval, she said that the child in the crib was her grandson and that both his parents had recently died in a car accident. She said that the child had a very rare type of cancer and that all the doctors she had seen were unable to treat him. She also said that she had been told that there was a doctor who specialized in the type of cancer her grandson had, but there was no way for her to get to this doctor as he lived very far from her; so she has been spending her days and nights praying and making du`a’ that Allah (swt) helps her find a way to get to Dr. Saeed—the doctor who could treat her grandson.
Upon hearing her words, tears began to flow down the doctor’s cheeks and he said: ‘Subhan’Allah (glory be to God), there was a malfunction in the plane, a thunderstorm hit, and I lost my way; and all of this happened because Allah (swt) did not just answer your prayer by helping you find a way to get to Dr. Saeed, but he brought Dr. Saeed to your house. I am Dr. Saeed.’
With tears streaming down her cheeks, the woman raised her hands in du`a’ and said: ‘Oh Allah, how great and merciful You are!’

Many more you can find here. Worth reading. :')

Monday, April 22, 2013



Alhamdulillah semalam berjaya menunaikan janji makan malam maqlubah kepada ahli rumah tercinta. Di sini saya ingin berkongsi resepi bagi yang berminat. :-)

Anggaran 8-10 orang makan. Antunna boleh ubah mengikut keperluan, cita rasa dan kehendak masing-masing. Nak hidang bersama air asam, sos cili atau cili kicap ke, silakan mengikut selera. ;-)


Bahan A :
Beras 5 pot
Ayam seekor( potong 6) 
Buah pelaga 6 biji
Sebiji bawang bersaiz sederhana( potong 2)
Serbuk maqlubah( 2/3 kotak)

Bahan B :
Bunga kobis sebiji
Terung 2 biji besar( fakta : terung malaysia saiz kecil, maka digalakkan untuk tambah lagi bil)
Kentang 1 biji besar


1. Bersihkan ayam dan rebus bersama bawang dan buah pelaga. Setelah air hampir menggelegak, masukkan serbuk maqlubah dan garam secukup rasa bersesuaian digunakan untuk tanak nasi. Biasanya saya guna serbuk maqlubah dalam kotak kecil yang boleh ditemui dikebanyakan supermarket di sini. Rebus sehingga menggelegak - jangan lama sangat takut hancur.

2. Sementara menunggu ayam direbus, potong bahan-bahan B dan gaulkan dengan sedikit garam. Potongan biarlah besar supaya sayur-sayuran tidak mudah hancur. Kemudian goreng sehingga garing, gelap-gelap gitu. Wajib gelap tau, serius lebih sedap. Eceh.  ;-)

3. Banyakkan bersabar sebab menggoreng agak mengambil masa. Maka sediakanlah something untuk didengari. Dengar recording ke, atau kalau masak berteman, boleh lah berukhuwah masa ni! =]

4. Ok selepas selesai merebus ayam dan menggoreng sayur, tos semuanya. Kemudian goreng pula ayam sehingga garing.

5. Sapu dasar periuk dengan minyak zaitun atau sebarang minyak yang ada, kemudian susun secara berperingkat segala bahan yang telah digoreng ke dalam periuk besar. Mulakan dengan ayam di bahagian dasar, kemudian kentang, terung, bunga kobis dan beras di bahagian atas sekali. Ratakan beras. 

6. Akhir sekali, tuangkan air rebusan ayam( tanpa bawang dan biji pelaga) sehingga tenggelam kesemuanya lebih kurang seinci setengah dan masak seperti biasa di atas dapur. Setelah seberapa waktu, check masakan. Andai tidak masak sekata, kacau dan tutup semula supaya kelembapan nasi terjaga.


Sahtain! :-)

Alhamdulillah I'm done!

Saturday, April 20, 2013

Andai berhajat untuk bermaksiat


Diceritakan pula bahawa semasa Tawus Al-Yamani, (rahimahullah) di Makkah ada seorang wanita amat terpikat dengannya. Wanita tersebut sering menggodanya hingga pada suatu hari ia menurut Tawus sampai ke Masjidil Haram. Ketika itu orang sedang ramai di dalamnya. Tawus pun menoleh kepada wanita itu dan berkata: “Ayuhlah, sempurnakan hajat saudari.” Wanita tersebut pun menjawab: “Di tempat inikah?”... “Bukankah orang ramai melihat?” Tawus menjawab: “Malu dilihat oleh Allah kan lebih patut dan wajar!” Dengan kata- kata tersebut perempuan itu pun insaf dan bertaubat. Akhirnya ia menjadi orang baik. (Nuzhatu’n Nazirin).


Diceritakan lagi bahawa seorang lelaki menemui Ibrahim Bin Adham. Ia berkata kepada Ibrahim: “Hai bapa Ishaq (Ibrahim) . Saya ini sudah menzalimi diri sendiri, maka terangkanlah kepadaku sesuatu yang dapat menginsafkan diri ku dan menyelamatkan hati ku.” 
Ibrahim Adham menjawab: “Jika engkau dapat menerima dan boleh melakukan lima perkara (yang aku akan katakan) neacaya apa sahaja kesedapan yang engkau kecapi tidak akan memudharatkan dirimu. 

Lelaki tersebut pun berkata: "Apa dia? Cubalah engkau beritahu wahai bapa Ishaq". Ibrahim menerangkan: “Pertama: Apabila engkau hendak menderhaka kepada Allah ‘Azza Wajalla maka janganlah engkau makan rezekinya!". Lelaki itu meningkah dan berkata: “Dan sumber mana lagi aku hendak makan; sedangkan segala yang ada di dunia ini ialah rezki kurniaNya”. Ibrahim Adham mencelah: “Wahai pulan, adakah patut dan wajar engkau makan rezeki kurniaanNya, kemudian engkau menderhaka kepadaNya! “Tentu tidàk,” jawabnya.

“Baiklah yang kedua?” Ibrahim menerangkan lagi: “Bila engkau hendak menderhaka kepada Allah maka janganlah engkau menginap di mana-mana pun di atas duniaNya". Lelaki itu pun berkata: “Ini lebih hebat lagi dari yang pertama”. Kalau Timur, Barat dan antara kedua semuanya adalah kepunyaan Allah maka di mana pula aku akan tinggal?” Ibrahim mencelah: “Hai pulan, adakah patut engkau makan rezeki Allah, tinggal di bumiNya kemudian engkau derhaka kepadaNya?” “Tidak,” jawabnya.

“Baiklah yang ketiga apa?” Ibrahim menerangkan lagi: “Kalau engkau mahu juga menderhaka sedangkan engkau makan rezeki Allah dan tinggal di bumiNya maka carilah tempat yang kira-kira dia tidak nampak engkau mencabar perintahNya. Kalau sudah engkau temui, nah engkau lakukanlah maksiat tersebut.” Lelaki itu pun berkata: “Hai Ibrahim! Bagaimana aku dapat berbuat demikian sedangkan Allah Maha Mengetahui, malah ia tahu apa yang tersembunyi sekalipun?!” Ibrahim menjawab: “Hai pulan adakah patut engkau makan rezekiNya, tinggal di bumiNya, menderhaka kepadaNya, walhal Ia
mengetahui hakikatmu dan melihat apa yang engkau lakukan secara terang- terang?” “Tidak” jawabnya,

“Yang keempat apa dia?” tanya lelaki itu lagi. Jawab Ibrahim. “Apabila tiba malaikat maut hendak mencabut nyawamu maka katakanlah kepadanya: “Berikanlah aku tempoh untuk bertaubat Nasuhah dan untuk beramal saleh kerana Allah.". “Takkanlah dia mahu menurut permintaanku,” jawab lelaki itu. “Hai pulan” kata Ibrahim: “Apakah dalam keadaan engkau tidak berdaya menolak maut; untuk mendapat tempoh bertaubat, dan engkau faham betul bahawa kalau maut datang engkau tidak akan diberi tempoh maka dalam keadaan begitu engkau masih mengharapkan engkau boleh selamat (dengan maksiat mu)?”

Lelaki itu bertanya lagi: “Yang kelima?” Ibrahim menerangkan: “Apabila datang Malaikat Zabaniah pada hari kiamat hendak membawamu masuk neraka maka jangan lah engkau mahu pergi bersamanya!” “Sudah tentu mereka tidak akan biarkan aku, atau menerima permintaan ku,” sampuk lelaki itu. Kata Ibrahim: “Kalau begitu bagaimana engkau harap engkau boleh selamat?” Lelaki itu pun berkata. “Wahai Ibrahim cukuplah, cukuplah!” Saya minta ampun kepada Allah dan saya bertaubat kepadaNya. Lelaki tersebutpun akhirnya ikut beribadah bersama Ibrahim Adham hinggalah mereka dipisahkan oleh ajal masing-masing.
(Dari kitab Tawwabin)


Berjihad melawan nafsu مجاهدة النفس

Yahya bin Mu’az berpesan: “Berjihadlah melawan nafsu dengan riadah (latihan rohani).” 

Latihan riadah ini ada empat macam:

1. Sedikit makan.
2. Sedikit tidur.
3. Bercakap sekadar perlu.
4. Sabar menanggung gangguan orang lain.
— Dengan kurang makan matilah keserakahan syahwat.
— Dengan kurang tidur kemahuan menjadi bersih jernih.
— Apabila kurang bercakap badan selamat.
— Dan dengan bersabar menanggung gangguan memungkinkan sampai kepada matlamat yang dituju.”

Para da’ei wajib sentiasa berjihad melawan nafsu sendiri. Ia harus menguasai dirinya supaya tidak berlebihan dalam makan, minum, pakaian, dalam bercakap dan memuaskan kehendak nafsu. 

المجاهد من جاهد نفسه في طاعة االله عزوجل
“Orang yang mujahid itu ialah orang yang berjihad melawan nafsu dan menundukkannya supaya patuh kepada Allah Subhanahu Wata’ala.”
(Ditakhrijkan oleh Al-Tarmizi) 

Pada suatu ketika bila ditanya dengan soalan: “Bagaimana menyempurnakan warak ?“ Ibrahim bin Adham menjawab: “Iaitu dengan menganggap makhluk yang lain setaraf dengan diri sendiri. Sibuk dengan dosa sendiri dan asyik memikirkan dosa orang lain. Anda hendaklah memikirkan dosa anda sendiri, menyegerakan taubat kepadaNya di samping menghapuskan
rasa tamak kecuali untuk mendapat kerelaan Allah.”

Sumber : Bab 5, Rintangan perjungan dalam kehidupan pendakwah.

Friday, April 19, 2013

Against the desires of the soul


Have a look on DK's FB here
And the wordpress too. Hope you will like it :-).

Kita golongan yang mana



Suatu hari nabi Yahya telah di datangi oleh iblis untuk memberi nasihat, namun nabi telah menolak hajat sang iblis melainkan satu perkara. beliau lantas meminta iblis menyatakan perihal anak adam. Menurut iblis, manusia tergolong kepada 3 :

Golongan pertama, ialah yang paling payah untuk kami tawan. Apabila kami mula menggoda salah seorang dari mereka dan mereka termakan godaan kami tiba-tiba ia mohon ampun dan bertaubat. Maka habislah usaha kami. Bila kami ulangi diapun mengulangi taubat dan istighfar. Begitulah kami tidak berputus asa akan tetapi tidak juga sampai hajat kami terhadapnya.

Golongan kedua, pula mereka ini di tangan kami ibarat bola yang menjadi permainan anak-anak kamu. Kami perlakukan apa sahaja menurut kehendak kami. Mereka sudah beres menjadi tawanan kami.

Golongan ketiga, ialah orang-orang seperti kamu, terpelihara dari dosa. Kami tidak berdaya berbuat apa-apa terhadap mereka.”

Dari riwayat ini jelas bahawa para da’ei Islam ialah orang-orang yang lebih kerap berhadapan dengan tipu daya dan perbuatan jahat syaitan dari yang dihadapi oleh orang lain.

Serangan iblis terhadap para da’ei kadangkala dalam bentuk sifat takabbur dan ghunun, merasa ujub dengan ilmu, dengan amalan agama, kesalihan dan sebagainya. Lantas dengan itu ia melihat dirinya sebagai orang yang lebih baik, lebih bijak berbicara dari makhluk Allah yang lain. Kalau sewaktu-waktu seorang da’ei itu berperasaan demikian maka ia hendaklah beristi’azah, berlindung diri dengan Allah dan serangan sikap ini. 

Orang-orang yang kerap mengingati Allah baik lelaki mahu pun perempuan, orang-orang yang bertaubat kepada Allah dosa mereka — baik lelaki mahupun perempuan yang memohon keampunan Allah, merekalah orang-orang yang sukar dikalahkan oleh syaitan dan mampu melelahkan syaitan tersebut. 
Adapun orang-orang yang lalai dari mengingati Allah, terus menerus berbuat maksiat, malas beribadat, yang asyik tidur dan menjadikan dunia sebagai cita-cita utamanya, mereka ini seperti alat mainan syaitan sahaja, diperlakukan menurut sesuka hatinya. 

Sumber :
Rintangan perjuangan dalam kehidupan pendakwah,
Oleh Fathi Yakan.

Wednesday, April 17, 2013



I've been thinking about umi lately, everyday. I wonder what she is doing right now, is she ok over there in her school, handling hundreds of staff and students everyday? Is she doing fine? After all, I realize that Allah; the all-hearing, all-listening, the most gracious and the most merciful is always there to look after umi, to keep her calm and safe, to protect her and to loving her, more than anyone else can do. 

This morning while I was dawdling on my bed, I suddenly found a beautiful poem that really touched my heart. O Allah please always be by her side, have mercy on us, your very small and tiny slaves. Down here I would like to dedicate the poem specially to umi, I wanna thank you for everything.... Love u always! :)

For a woman whose perseverance has made me as who I am  :)

I’m sorry for the sleepless nights
The times I make you sigh
I’m sorry for the crankiness

The times I scream and cry

I’m sorry I don’t have the words
For why I need you so
But I can tell you this one thing
That I need you to know
You are the center of my world
You’re everything to me
You are my sun, my moon, my stars
You’re all that I can see
I’m only little a short time
Soon I won't need you so 
But I will love you all my life
Just wanted you to know

Umi in orange - a strong and lovely lady I've ever known. O Allah please grant her with your blessings and jannah

Special bought for umi when my eldest sister, youngest brother, 1st niece and I had our first visit to aquaria, KLCC. Yeah, well said.

For umi and all ladies out there ^^

And this' for kauthar!! :D

The environment


For you and me. Be strong and never feel weak to step forward and go ahead.. To take a risk and gain yourself. Tho the fragility is ours, but His exaltedness and mercy are always win over the others. What most important at this moment is to control and behave yourself, to nuture and grow yourself to be a better muslim everyday. Wherever you are and whoever surrounding you. Who else wanna start and work on it? To aim high must start from a single step, from the first lowest point, and the closest point is... Ourselves. Insha Allah. :)

Sunday, April 14, 2013


ECG!! Why you are so meannnn hah?? Ciss.
I will never give up on you! Never never never. Whatever happen, I don't care, I'll never give up! Once I say, I'll keep the word myself. despite of all the troubles you have made to me Lols. I'll try to love and get to master on you soon and we'll see the result by this weekend ok? Insha Allahhhhh. Fighting! Gambatte kauthar gambatte.... Yosh! ;) After the meeting, my friends and I are going to make a Q & A and sort of quiz together( with Allah's will). So we'll see thennn! Please behave yourself my dear baby ecg( grr). I have an idea, why not we treat each other nicely, isn't it interesting? You and me, be a best friend - wow it's amazinggg! BFF gitu hoho! ;)

Kauthar.. you can't stop, can't feel down or whatever it is. Big NO to pessimism. Be it slow or sluggish or even like a kura2, but never put the fullstop. This' not the end of all, of course, this' just an episode of your life *cheer*. Remember, it is way to go and many more to do, and the key of it is to start now and keep moving. You're not living only in this worldly life, like... that's it, enough. but instead for the afterlife too. Life is wide and adventurous, you like it right? So take the risk! :)

Saturday, April 13, 2013

Jalan ini


Jalan ini jalan juang para nabi dan rasulNya. jalan yang panjang.. lambat.. susah.. dan tidak memberikan kesenangan serta kemegahan di dunia ini. Jalan ini menuntut mujahadah yang tinggi. 

Namun, jalan ini lah yang banyak mengajar aku akan erti kehidupan sebenar, akan erti iman islam dan muslim sejati, juga telah banyak mengubah cara pandang aku terhadap sesuatu. Ia mendidik aku untuk melihat dunia ini dengan sudut pandang yang sangat berbeza dari dahulu. Sudut pandang yang indah, menarik, luas dan tidak terbatas. Menyedarkan aku bahawa kehidupan ini sangaaaat luas dan mashaallah hebat penciptaan serta keberadaannya, punya sebab dan hala tuju. Punya matlamat dan cara. Punya tempat berpaut dan bersandar. 

Jalan ini mengajar aku bagaimana untuk berinteraksi dengan Tuhanku yang agung, dengan pohon-pohon sekeliling, dengan langit cantik yang memayungi diri, dengan tanah-tanah hamparan setiap langkahku, dengan ahli rumah, teman dan taulan, juga seluruh makhlukNya yang lain. Jalan yang menjadikan aku seperti hari ini, insha Allah semakin islah dan lebih baik pada hari kemudian. Jalan ini, jalan yang menjanjikan redha dan syurgaNya buat kita[9:100]. Yakinlah wahai saudaraku :).

Segala puji hanya bagi Allah yang Maha Berkuasa Maha Bijaksana. 
Izinkanlah kami untuk terus ikhlas, ihsan, tsabat dan istiqomah all out atas jalan ini, sehingga kami kembali bertemu denganMu ya Allah. Insha Allah. :)

Friday, April 12, 2013

RIJALUN 'AMMAH, insha Allah. :)


Dengar dengan hati, hadam sungguh2. Buktikan dengan amal insha Allah.


Kami sedar jalan ini kan penuh onak dan duri
Aral menghadang dan kezaliman yang akan kami hadapi
Kami relakan jua serahkan dengan tekad di hati
Jasad ini, darah ini sepenuh redha Illahi

Kami adalah panah-panah terbujur
Yang siap dilepaskan dari busur
Tuju sasaran, siapapun pemanahnya

Kami adalah pedang-pedang terhunus
Yang siap terayun menebas musuh
Tiada peduli siapapun pemegangnya
Asalkan ikhlas di hati tuk hanya redha Illahi Rabbi...

Kami adalah tombak-tombak berjajar
yang siap dilontarkan dan menghujam
Menembus dada, lantakkan keangkuhan

Kami adalah butir-butir peluru
Yang siap ditembakkan dan melaju
Dan mengoyak, menumbang kezaliman
Asalkan ikhlas di hati tuk jumpa wajah Illahi Rabbi...

Kami adalah mata pena yang tajam
Yang siap menuliskan kebenaran
Tanpa ragu ungkapkan keadilan

Kami pisau belati yang selalu tajam
Bak kesabaran yang tak pernah padam
Tuk arungi da'wah ini jalan panjang
Asalkan ikhlas di hati menuju jannah Illahi Rabbi...

Thursday, April 11, 2013

A mo'men


Narrated by muslim

it's not the quantity that count the most, but the quality. it's not the splendid house and the luxurious castle that determine the serenity, but the heart of those who live inside. it's not the age of a person that reflects his life, but the memories and benefits he left in people. it's not the disease or calamity that trouble, but it's when your heart become hardened and is not able to relate everything to its Giver anymore. when things happen against your desire, don't be despair. stop looking at the situation, but instead, redirect your mind and soul to Him who allows you to stumble on such situation, think of what you've gained and learnt from it. there must be a lesson behind and all are good for us, surely. a mo'men, he always be positive; optimistic. so let's try to be one :).

#dunia ni hanyalah untuk orang yang berhati suci dan telus sahaja, kalau tidak, memang tak mampulah kita nak melalui dunia yang pelbagai ini. Hati yang penuh hasad dengki, perasangka buruk, ketamakan dan yang seumpama dengannya, mana mungkin tenang dan berjaya sampai ke pengakhiran dengan selamat. Mungkin? 

Sunday, April 7, 2013



" When we seek the things we love through the means or through ourselves, we hurt ourselves, we hurt others, and we don’t reach what we are seeking. We become terrified of losing what we love, so we engage in different forms of ‘chasing behaviors’. But, ironically chasing the creation only makes it go further away. To have what you love, seek it through Allah. What is sought through Allah is never far away. And never lost. Sometimes it waits for you in jennah, but the believer already has everything he loves. Some of it is given in this life; some is given in the next. But it is always given, and is already yours "
(Sis Yasmin Mogahed) :-)

Friday, April 5, 2013

you go girl! ;)

Bismillah... believe me, quantity doesn't reflect the quality at most of the time. this' a rule. and the true winner is whom his quality better than others. so let's be one! insha Allah :) so cmna progress study hari ni? improve dak? tahniahhh. ;) insha Allah later I'll tell you what I've awarded myself for every target I achieved. you go girl!! salam.

Thursday, April 4, 2013

I don't know how people could be so harsh.

To be honest, I hate harsh people ;(

I really don't look at your appearance; what kind of skin complexion, hair cut, body size, style or whatever you have. no I don't. I don't look at your knowledge growing bigger in your brain, brilliant thoughts or great ideas that you spill out. no I don't. I don't look at your perfection, position, properties or even your past. no I don't. I live in the present.

those are not a big deal for me to get long... to loving... and to accept you. no, they are not.

but what I look and care more are your kindness, your honesty, loyalty and perserverence in the undertakings of this life. I adore more to your 'akhlak', humbleness and patience while dealing with this colorful world, everday and anywhere. I mean it, dearly sis. I don't care who you were and where you from, or what your family background is, who your husband is, your housemates or even roomates(!!) etc etc, but your heart. your attitude. watch your words when you are about to say something, it's a big issue for me. that's all. thank you.

 *kauthar sila cool n buat peace skng!* (peace)

nah amek! belajar sungguh2 ok ;)


 HBcAg (core antigen) is a hepatitis B viral protein. [1][2] It is an indicator of active viral replication; this means the person infected with Hepatitis B can likely transmit the virus on to another person (i.e. the person is infectious).

HBeAg is the extracellular form of HBcAg, hence why the presence of both are markers of viral replication, and antibodies to these antigens are markers of a decline in replication. Multiple protein products can be produced from the same DNA sequence.

When "ORF Core" and "Pre C" are translated together, the result is "HBeAg". Whereas HBcAg is considered "particulate", "HBeAg" is considered "nonparticulate" or "secretory". [3]

Both HBeAg and HBcAg are made from the same reading frame but HBeAg is secreted from cells and accumulates in serum as an immunologically distinct soluble antigen. HBeAg is secreted and found in the serum of patients and serves as a marker of active replication in chronic hepatitis.

Although the function of HBeAg is not clearly understood, one study demonstrated that it downregulated Toll-like receptor 2 expression on hepatocytes and monocytes leading to a decrease in cytokine expression. HBeAg is dispensable for replication, as mutant viruses with defects in the pre-C region are both infectious and pathogenic. [4]

Source: wiki

Wednesday, April 3, 2013

Mentaliti atau pandangan


apabila kita melihat org yg sudah tua, samada lebih tua mahupun yang sangat lanjut usia; kita punya 3 pengelihatan yang berbeza.

Kita mungkin melihat mereka dengan :

1) Mata kasar - pandangan kita terhadap mereka tiada makna, kosong, hilang rasa. ATAU

2) Mata nafsu - kita mungkin merasa tidak mahu menjadi tua seperti mereka. maka kitapun berusaha dgn segala produk yg ada. Melihat mereka membuatkan kita risau dengan masa depan yg kurang cantik, merasa tidak selesa dengan perubahan yang berlaku seiring dengan waktu, atau mungkin sehingga sanggup melakukan perkara haram semata2 nafsu ingin muda selama2nya? Ouch! ATAU

3) Mata iman - ia mampu membuatkan kita menangis. menghadirkan keinsafan bahawa hidup di dunia ini tidak kekal. kehidupan di sini fana semata, terasa seolah2 kita sebenarnya sendirian, lemah, longlai... kita tiada kudrat, melainkan hanya dengan rahmat kasih sayangNya shj yang membolehkan kita larat, mampu dan kuat melangkah ke hadapan. Kita tidak punya apa2 yang kekal pun sebenarnya.

Lalu apakah yg lebih utama di dunia ini; tidak lain tidak bukan hanya dengan menjadi hamba allah yg bertaqwa sahaja bisa menjamin kebahagian sebenar kita. Kebahagiaan di dunia dan akhirat :). Kerana kehidupan akhirat adalah yg kekal abadi. 

Dan semestinya, pandangan itu atas izinNya. Maka rapatilah Dia semoga dikurniakan pandangan yang terbaik. Biiznillah! :-)

Contoh :
Jika menjadi anak, jadilah anak yg soleh solehah dan mendoakan mereka. 
Sekiranya menjadi ibu bapa, jadilah ibu bapa yang memberi didikan yg baik buat anak2. Dan seterusnya.

Nabi saw yg maksum pun beristighfar ratusan kali. Bagaimana pula kita? 

#diolah dari bicara ukhti R. Thanks sis 4 d best reminder!! <3 font="">

Tuesday, April 2, 2013



Sekali sekala sihat kan, asek nak gemukkk jeh. Mana boleh camni. Haishh. 

So after ward round, I straight away to safeway and bought some tomatoes and cereal for my lunch. So yummy!! 

Sahtain! ;-)

Yeah I can finish them all w/in few min only :D

Current addiction; fresh healthy baby tomatoes. *ngap ngap*

Insha Allah nak commit dgn itu( guess what dugung would love to do in deep sea?) starting from this week. Insha Allah!! I've already received the schedule, so now it's just myself to work it out. Chayok! Takmo malas2 hokehhh ! ;)