Sunday, 25 August 2013

~Syukur...~




Assalamualaikum gegirlsss...











Ingat lagi tak aku ada mention tentang family gathering on 25th August? kat entry yang ni.... So just nak bagitahu uolls yang semua berjalan lancar... Alhamdulillah... Seronok sangat bila berkumpul dan bergurau senda... Ececece.. Tu jek lah kot.. full version tunggu la next update.. Kalau rajin awal lah. Kalau malas dalam setahun dua lagi baru aku cerita.. hahahahaha.. Gelak kejam.


Tuesday, 13 August 2013

~RAMADHAN: Day 29~



Assalamualaikum...

Walaupun Ramadhan dah berlalu.. masih terasa rindu...
Hari tu tak sempat nak update on day 29..

so, tengah ad masa ni molek lah kiranya jika hamba updatekan...hihihi




Ramadhan Day 29: Did you have a good, awesome Ramadhan this year? :)



Muhasabah is to have an HONEST assessment of yourself. As mere humans, we should always find ways to improve ourselves in actions and words, so muhasabah is one way for a self-upgrade. Muslims are encouraged to do this noble act all the time, but for Ramadhan, it’s special.

So it’s the end of Ramadhan. Are you happy because it’s finally ending? Or are you sad because you haven’t done enough ibadaah?

Sit down, clear your mind and assess yourself of what you’ve done in Ramadhan.

- Did I read atleast one page of Quran every day?
- Did I manage to khatam (finish) the Quran before Syawal?
- Did I manage to keep my 5 prayers intact?
- Did I do any solattul sunnat?
- Did I manage to not utter bad, vulgar words and keep my mouth guarded?
- Did I manage to treat people with upmost kindness and love?
- Did I wake up and night and pray when everybody else is sleeping?
- Did I give sedekah to the needy?
- Did I spend my Ramadhan days with ibadaah and not wordly entertainment?
- Did I do a good job by doing terawikh prayers?

So on and so forth.

If you answered YES to most of the questions; May Allah accept your deeds and reward you limitlessly (Amin). And if you answered NO to most of the questions… perhaps you should make an effort to make your Ramadhan meaningful next year, insyallah.

"Truly he has succeeded who purifies it (soul). And truly, he has failed who defiles it" (91:9-10)




~Just A Week~



Assalamualaikum.. Salam syawal korang!!!



Aritu aku excited giler bila Domon aku selamat melahirkan baby.. Yup Newborn baby… Baby raya..
Aku bagi nama dia Kiki… Kiki lahir dua hari sebelum raya. So semua orang sebuk nak jaga Kiki.. Tapi papa mama and uncle Kiki lagi semangat jaga. Sampaikan tiga ekor GP tu duduk dalam cage sampai taknak keluar. Sanggup tak makan, semata-mata jaga Kiki. Okey, Nampak tak family bonding tu sangat erat. Manusia sekang, dapat anak buang kat tepat sampah, baling dari tingkat lima, tinggalkan kat depan masjid. Tak reti bersyukur langsung. Buat anak pandai. Lepas tu tak nak pulak anak tu. Lain kali kalau tak ready nak ada anak jangan lah nak menggalatal. Oke serious aku emo terlebih…

Bukan itu yang aku nak highlightkan.. Semalam aku ikut mak aku pergi kebun. Nak kutip jagung..( aku tahu korang mesti tak pernah buat benda ni. Itu lah untungnya berbudi pada tanah) . Biasalah bila semua abang-abang dah nak berangkat pulang, mesti mak akan bekalkan bekalan dunia akhirat untuk kami anak-anak ni. Excited aku petik jagung. First timer lah katakan.

Dan bukan ke-excited-kan itu jugak yang aku nak story kat korang. The incident happen, just me and my parents arrived home, Nampak seekor kucing jalanan melompat keluar dari pondok guinea pigs… Abah pergi usya takut-takut kucing jalanan tersebut akan mengganggu that GP. Ya Allah.. Kiki dah tak de.. T_T Tinggal badan jek… Kepala Kiki da kena makan dengan Kucing jalanan yang jahat itu. Kucing-kucing lain tak pernah pun kacau GP. Ni kucing ntahdarimanantah. Dah la baru datang,lepas tu buat onar pulak. Nak je aku lastik kucing tu. Nasib baik tahap kewarasan aku tinggi. Dalam masa yang sama, GP yang lain duduk ketakutan kat dalam cage besar.

Sedih. Tu jek perkataan yang aku boleh describe. memang rasa nak meraung tengok keadaan Kiki. Lepas dah tanam Kiki, siap buat kapok lagi. Nanti senang la nak melawat. Aku terlupa nak abadikan saat-saat aku tanam dan buat kepok untuk Kiki. Mungkin itu dah ajal dia. dan semua tu ketentuan dari Ilahi

Ni sahaja gamabr Kiki yang aku ada... T_T




Sempat juga aku muhasabah diri masa tengok kapok Kiki. Kalau Allah dah tetapkan ajal kita, tak kira tua atau muda, sakit atau sihat, kematian akan menjemput kita. Cukup ke amalan aku Ya Allah untuk menghadap-Mu… Ya Allah, Kuatkanlah hati-hati kami untuk sentiasa mengingati MU.. Hidupkanlah kami dalam iman dan matikanlah kami dalam iman.
Amin..


Monday, 5 August 2013

~Erti Salam~



Assalamualaikum...


 Perasan tak selama ni kita punya greetings, bagi ucapan salam. Tak kisah lah pada ibubapa, kawan-kawan cikgu.. hatta time kita hantar sms...

Ada sesuatu yang kita perlu betulkan.Aku pun tak pernah perasan kesalahan yang aku buat ni.
 So jom kita ubah...




Ada juga buku yang aku baca... di terangkan if kita bagi ucapan :

Assalamualaikum = 10 kebaikan
Assalamualaikum warahmatullah = 20 kebaikan
Assalamualaikum warahmatullahi wabarakatuh = 30 kebaikan...


so now and on..kita pilih lah how we want to greet others...




Selamat mempratikkan....

Assalamualaikum warahmatullahi wabarakatuh




~RAMADHAN : Day 28~



Assalamualaikum....

Terasa sangat cepat masa berlalu.. Ramadhan dah nak tinggalkan kita. Tinggl hari ni ngan esok jek.. Harap 2 hari ni masih lagi di beri keberkatan...

Apa yang kita boleh belajar pada hari 28 ni??




It’s Eid! Muslims, rejoice! For Eid is celebration for the victorious ones (the ones who fasts during Ramadhan)!

We have these mixed feelings of sadness and joy. I’m extremely sadden by the fact that Ramadhan is leaving! The Devils would be out again, even smokers would be roaming out in the streets during the day… and the chance to obtain many “free” rewards given by Allah is ending soon!

But on the other hand, we're very much excited that it’s going to be Eid, because it’s one of the two greatest celebrations that is celebrated by Muslims! No doubt it’s the time for sillaturahim, yummy home cooked food and colours all around! (Did we mention home cooked food? And cookies? Omnomnom)

Although some are very fortunate to celebrate Eid in a blessed, happy mood, some might not be very unfortunate for many reasons. Even so, be strong, make loads of dua’ and remember Eid’ in your hearts! Allah will always be with you whenever you may be, insyallah.

Since most of our readers are Malaysians, we would like to touch on some Eid “rituals” that many locals tend to do… without realizing the true meaning of Eid. Sadly in Malaysia, many put culture ahead of religion, this abandoning the syariaah of Islam.

So here are some reminders on how to celebrate Eid – the Islamic way! We hope this will benefit us in some way or another.

1. Start your Eid by going to the mosque to do Eid prayers! Not only the dudes, even the ladies are COMMANDED to go to the mosque to join in the victory, even if you are in your menses!

“The Messenger of Allah commanded us to bring out on Eid-al-Fitr and Eid-al-Adha, young women, hijab-observing adult women and the menstruating women. The menstruating women stayed out of actual Salaat but participated in good deeds and Dua’” (Muslim). So leave your cooking behind and pray solattul Eid!

2. To the ladies, if you’re planning to go to the mosque to pray (which is good!), We beg you, please do not any make up or perfume on! You are encouraged to wear the nicest clothes, but make-up and perfume in the mosque? You are there to please Allah, not to please the men!

3. Offering salams to others. Have you noticed how Malaysians like to go around, shaking hands with random people and say “Selamat Hari Raya!”? At most times, you don’t even know who the dudes you shook hands with! Fellow Muslims, remember that touching non-mahrams is HARAM in Islam, and you should avoid shaking hands with them! If they offer to shake hands with you, decline politely and if possible, educate them at the same time.

4. What do you usually get upon visiting people from houses to houses? FOOD! So this is to remind you to not waste food, and eat moderately. Plan ahead before scooping that yummy “rendang” in your plate to avoid unnecessary wastage.

5. Don’t forget your 5 daily prayers! Many tend to “forget” them with all the busy-ness of celebrating, so avoid that and keep your prayers in tact!

6. Last but not least, observe 6 days fasting after Ramadhan! The reward is aweeesome!

“Whoever fasts Ramadan, and then six days after Eid, it is [like fasting] an entire year. Whoever does a good deed shall have ten times its reward.” (Ibn Majah, Muntaqa)

So remember to keep your Eid as Islamic as possible, for it is a holy celebration and should not be tainted with cultural rituals. 





psssstt: seronoknya petang ni dah nak balik kampung.. Okey okey aku tahu korang semua dah memang tengah seronok buat kuih raya kat rumah kan.. xpe lah yang penting aku excited nak balik umah..

Aku semangat dengar lagu raya ni... Sob Sob.. mengalir air mata ku...

Sunday, 4 August 2013

~Thanks~




Thanks for the surprise...


Terima Kasih sangat sangat sangat...



Maaf atas segala kelemahan dan kekurangan...


Semoga berjumpa lagi...




 

~RAMADHAN: Day 27 ~




 Assalamualaikum....

 2days to go before we end our Puasa...
Sedihnya dah nak abis ramadhan tahun ni...
harap masih diberi peluang untuk bertemu lagi ramadhan tahun hadapan





Ramadhan Day 27: More love-your-parents related OSM work! ♥

"Remember, to prove your love to your parents is not to score straight A's in your exams, or to be able to buy castles for them. They would need your du'a, and that is the best gift for you to give to your parents"



"Your Lord has decreed that you worship none but Him, and that you be kind to parents. Whether one or both of them attain old age in thy life, say not to them a word of contempt, nor repel them, but address them in terms of honor." (17:23).

Parents in Islam play a MAJOR role in Islam. In the Quran verse above, Allah has commanded every child to be kind to their parents Honouring parents can be considered as an ibadaah if the intention is to please Allah, the Al-Mighty.

Words alone fail to prove how awesome and beautiful parents are! Sure, they nag you or order you around against your own selfish principles or make you listen to stuff you don’t want to, but one cannot deny that they love and cherish you (after Allah and Prophet Muhammad pbuh)

True, righteous Muslim parents would want their kids to attain happy and successful lives in this world, but wanting their precious beings to succeed in the hearafter is MORE! Deep in their hearts, they want their children to enter Paradise with them So pray to Allah for our parents to enter Paradise, AMIN.

If you still have your parents around, consider yourself very lucky! Many children do not have the same privilege or opportunity to meet, grow or love their parents, for some may have passed away and gone to Allah.

To those who no longer have your parents around, do not be sad! Allah has promised that you will be with your parents and loved ones in Paradise. Continue making dua’ for them, for them to have their sins wiped and be granted Paradise.

In a hadith by Sahih Muslim, Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) taught that three things continue to benefit a [believing] person even after death :

1. Charity which he had given (which continues to benefit others)
2. Beneficial knowledge which he had left behind (i.e. authored or taught)
3. Dua’ on his behalf by a righteous child

Remember, to prove your love to your parents is not to score straight A’s in your exams or to be able to buy castles for them. They would need your dua’, and that is the best gift for you to give to your parents

"My Lord, bestow on them Your mercy even as they cherished me in childhood." (17:24)
Amin 
 love u mom, dad...





~RAMADHAN : Day 26~







 Tak salah pun kalau kita doakan untuk kebaikan orang lain.. tak luak pon kan.. so why not kita start it.. lets guys...




~RAMADHAN : Day 25~



Day 25:


Ramadhan Day 25: Time to put Dunya away for a while and focus entirely on Allah :)



Iktikaf is a spiritual retreat at the mosque for a certain time, often done during the last 10 days of Ramadhan. “Spiritual retreat” here basically means taking a holiday from all those work, leisure and real life and focus on Allah and ibadaah only.

To do iktikaf, one should enter the mosque before Maghrib, and stay on after Subuh prayers. The goal is to TOTALLY focus on Allah! Mosques are sacred places, so it’s the best place for you to make loads of dua’s, make sunnat prayers, hear takzirahs, wirid, dhikir and NOT to socialize, play games or browse Facebook on your smart phones or SLEEP! If you want to sleep, you can always sleep at home!

There are many hadiths and words/opinions of many scholars regarding the places of iktikaf (too many references to add, try Googling tho!) but they have listed 3:

The top 3 mosques:
1. Masjidil Haram (Mecca), Prophet Muhammad (pbuh)’s Mosque (Madinah) and Masjidil Al-Aqsa (Jerusalem).
2. Any mosque other than the 3 listed above
3. Your own home

Either way, iktikaf is a holy form of ibadaah, and it should be done to solely please Allah and seek refuge of him.

"(The Prophet pbuh) used to perform i'tikaf in the last ten days of Ramadan until Allah the Mighty and Majestic, took him.” (Bukhari and Muslim)






Thursday, 1 August 2013

~RAMADHAN: Day 24~


Salam jumaat ya Sahabat...





Ramadhan Day 24: Will you find Lailatul Qadr, the night worth more than 1000 months? :


It's (less than) 10 days of Ramadhan - which means:
Lailatul Qad'r is here! OMG!  You must must MUST look forward to it! 

Lailatul Qad'r, or also known as The Night of Power is special than many other nights in our 365 calendar because:

- It's a ONE NIGHT spiritual bless! Yes, for ONE NIGHT ONLY
- It was the day when the Quran was sent down to us
- It's BETTER than a thousand months (that's like, longer than an average human life span!)
- It's EXCLUSIVE. It's only given to Prophet Muhammad's (pbuh) ummah, namely us!

So put on your Jihad mode (Jihad for Allah, mind you), and find Lailatul Qad'r! Wake up from your sleep and do extra ibadaah! 

It's been said that Lailatul Qadar happens in the odd (nights) from the last ten (nights) of Ramadhan. So it's could be on the night of 21st, 23rd, 25th, 27th or 29th. That's the closest clue we could get, so work hard for ALL nights! 

May Allah reward us with His limitless, bountiful blessings  



hari ni dah hari jumaat, malam 25.... May Allah bless.. N harap yang terbaik.... luv uolss