Tuesday, December 21, 2010

Rooney's possible destination...(before the new contract)

Well, footballers these days just can't be loyal to one club they have,
for instance Ryan Giggs is still a MAN UTD,
Paolo Maldini ends up with AC MILAN till retirement,
Alessandro Del Piero is still a JUVE...why can't they stay...???
Well for a man who once said "Once a blue, always a blue"(maybe he didn't hit puberty when saying that...ooopss...nah...who knows...)
But hey, maybe this is a bit outdated, as he already sign a new contract at 'Theater of Dreams', but a possibility of a move would sure to come that is depend on decide..

Lets have a look at some of the possible transfers...  

With the evidence that Rooney and Ronaldo's great partnership during Ronaldo's time at MAN UTD, it would be marvelous to sign him, but REAL decided not to.

Rooney : Love the prospect to play with Ronaldo again, but pity that guy's such an a**.
While my mama thinks I was the 'special one'

Wenger said the he wasn't interested in him, not that Rooney gonna be intriguing to go there
Rooney : didn't I tell ya "once a blue, always a blue..." especially with Arsenal on my head, MAN UTD is a different red actually...

It might be appealing to be with the Euro champs but with Rafa's there, it says otherwise...haha
Rooney : I think I can bag the euro Golden boot if I'll be there, but then again so could Adrian Mutu.

With Barca only added David Villa into he club, not to mention Ibrahimovic going back to Italy,
they can add Rooney to form another fantastic four (Villa, Messi, Rooney, Pedro?)
Rooney : It would be fantastic to go there, but can they get me? >.<

I'm sure almost all MAN UTD fans wants their talisman to stay...but so too the talisman of any other clubs as well...

there's more pictures of him in another clubs as well, CLICK HERE for more...
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Sunday, December 19, 2010

One of the important things...(Quran verse inspired)

credit this site for the inspiring picture...

One of the crux of the life of the human beings is never ever to forget this...
This is the one of the important things that not only Muslims should remember,
but also for brothers and sisters in humanity to remember...

Even when you're locked away from any sort of danger that you can imagine,
Even if you're the most famous person on the face of the planet,
Even if you're the most protected person in an organization, 
Even if you're the strongest man alive;

No matter who you are, wherever you are, whatever you do, whenever the time is,
Always remember that DEATH is inevitable when the time comes,
You may cheat DEATH as some people call it,
But you can't escape DEATH forever,
As all the living have its ending;

Make full use of your life,
Doing good deeds,
Repent, stop the bad habits,
Forgive and forget,
Love not hate;

Because you'll never know whether tomorrow,
Will you be able to see the beautiful sky?,
 Will you able to hear the birds' chirp?
Will you be able to smell the fragrance of the environment?
Will you be able to taste the contents of the world?

You decide...
"An intelligent person is the one who's constantly thinking about and preparing for DEATH" (Muhammad SAW)

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Doraemon Cosplay

I'm sure most kids watched this cartoon now or before...
But, ever wondered how would Doraemon looks like when matched up with another cartoon??
Well, here are a few examples of how it would look like...check it out...
Original character


Spongemon Doraepants???

Seargent Dorae-ro???

Wait, that's not all, surf this site, for more: Doraemon Cosplay
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Saturday, December 18, 2010


In the sadness of anything...sometimes this song brings me a peace  of mind...

I'm a big fan of Ranma 1/2 and this songs is wonderful when... 

It is the time for me to sit down and wonder what wrongs did I life

Its like a perfect song in the cry about something...

Its also useful when I'm thinking about somebody, 
reminds me of the people I love...whether they're alive or dead...

It cools my heart down at times of angry...

It sometimes just wonderful to hear...haha

To be frank, I'll never get tired of playing back this song many times when I'm feeling it...

Afterwards, when the feeling's gone...depends on the mood...another song will be played...

The End...

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Friday, December 10, 2010


At the end of the day, it can all be eased by turning back to the guided path...
that's what a true muslim and mu'min would do...yeah...

Everyday, we saw the sun and the moon,
For the travelers use them as their guide,
The defining moment will be coming soon, 
Face it, thou can neither run nor hide.

Nonetheless, just do your best, 
And pray for the best, 
For Allah, is the best, 
And He decides for thou the best.

Good luck to all my SAM friends...

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Tuesday, December 7, 2010

We'll Fly from Here (Rocketeer song inspired)

Here we go, come with me
There's a world out there that we should see
Hold our hands, close our eyes
With you all here, We'll fly from here

Let's fly
To Australia here we go
To Australia here we go
Let's fly
To Australia here we go, go
Where we stop ev'rybody knows, knows

Where we go we do need roads, roads
Where we stop ev'rybody knows, knows
To Australia if you really want it
Got, got the tickets with our names on it
Above the clouds in the atmosphere, phere
Just say the words and we outta here, outta here
Hold our hands when we feeling scared, scared
We'll fly, South Australia

Here we go, come with me
There's a world out there that we should see
Hold our hands, close our eyes
With you all here, We'll fly from here

Let's fly
To Australia here we go
To Australia here we go
Let's fly
To Australia here we go, go
Where we stop ev'rybody knows, knows 

Mates, we can stay fly like a G6??
Shop the streets of Sydney, get you fly kicks

Mates you're always on my mind, got my head up in the sky
And I'm never looking down feeling priceless, yeah
Where we at, only few have known
Go on the next level, Super Mario
It will work out, Believe it yo
Til' then let's fly, Geronimo

Here we go, come with me
There's a world out there that we should see
Hold our hands, close our eyes
With you all here, We'll fly from here

Nah, I never been overseas before
But I never seen friends like ours
You make me feel like I could touch the sky
You want the clouds, mates watch me grab it
See I never seen Australia this close
You got me stuck off the way you go
I'm like, oh, oh, oh, oh
I'm like, oh, oh, oh, oh

Here we go, come with me
There's a world out there that we should see
Hold our hands, close our eyes
With you all here, We'll fly from here

Let's fly
To Australia here we go
To Australia here we go
Let's fly
To Australia here we go, go
Where we stop ev'rybody knows, knows 

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Thursday, December 2, 2010

Oily situation...

cakap pasal minyak...hohoh....naik lagi...sakit sakit...RON 97 naik 15 sen plak...RM 2.30
kenapa negara yang gali minyak sediri pn kene tanggung kos tinggi nk beli minyak...???
apa pn bersyukur lah dpt truskn prjalanan dalam hidup...

talk about oil, I made a mistake myself at the gas station...
not that epic...maybe just sheer stupidity...haha
I really thought the click sound means that could mean the oil is dried up...OMG....
I tried as hard as I could, to fill the tank only to found shocking that the oil spilled from the nozzle...==
the good thing is luckily the RON 95s' price didn't change (RM 1.85)
or else my mom would have scolded me...XD

continue on...the SAM result should come out in a few more weeks...really hope consent given from the markers, JPA, SACE, I want to fly to Australia!!!!....
add oil, need to do more deeds to please the Almighty Allah...hope not only for this situation but for eternity...
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Sunday, November 28, 2010

so many!!!!!

can't be helped but digimon always been
my favourite...xD
packed with new movies n animes to watch...seriously, want to finish them as soon as possible...
just knew that digimon got more than 3 series...LOL....
can't wat to download them all, will consider reading mangas too...i mean other animes...
just installed wireless internet in my house...woot...
can online 24/7...woohoo...
turned discourage worker few days earlier...but never mind that...maybe I can help my family by not consuming to much of the house needs...
well that's my holiday so far...
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Saturday, November 27, 2010

Journey that soon to be started...

I'll say good-bye to that coward who lives
Deep in my heart, and become a little stronger
 This time I'll take off with courage
Spread the wings of my heart and fly to the unseen future
Now I'm headed towards an endless sky
This dream adventure has only just begun
La la la... la la la...
I'll hold your hand, let's fly away, blue sky height
Your cheerful voice and smile are dazzling, paradise
Even if I get lost in the darkness, I won't give up, I won't lose
I know I'll be able to find that ray of light
I don't have time to show my tears!
From now on I'll try not to show my tears
I'll open the eyes of my heart and head for the unseen future
This time I'll believe and have strength
I'll have the courage to stand up again
La la la... la la la...
If I hang my head and droop my shoulders I'll never arrive
At the wonderful, hope filled goal
I'll keep on running, keep on trying, I'll get stronger!
This time I'll take off with courage
Spread the wings of my heart and fly to the unseen future
Now I'm headed towards an endless sky
This dream adventure has only just begun
La la la... la la la...
La la la... la la la...

towards my goals yeah!!!
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Thursday, November 11, 2010

Inspirational comic...3

Sufi Comics: Is the World an Evil place?

credit to Arif &Vakil's Blog again...^^
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Wednesday, November 10, 2010

Inspirational comic...2

Sufi Comics Key to Knowledge

Credit to Arif & Ali Vakil's blog...(15 October 2010)

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Tuesday, November 9, 2010

Wednesday, November 3, 2010

feeling the heat...

some say the ENL paper was hard some say its easy
for me maybe its just okay...
one down...4 to go....
gomo klate gomo...what the..
gomo budak SAM gomo...!!!!!
haha...maths going to come soon...
damn...some still remain unsolved...
past does help...but remain doubtful of what will come out...
oh Allah....forgive me...ease my burden...
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Sunday, October 24, 2010

cool extension...

just discovered there are wonders of the internet such as this...
maybe I'm a bit outdated...
nevertheless, its going to be fun though...
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Sunday, October 10, 2010


Feels like reminiscing the old moments before UPSR, where one anime, that caught my eye, one of my favourite anime of all time. SLAM DUNK. Never mind tuition class, it starts at 7.00 pm and ends at 8.00 pm everyday on weekdays, although my tuition starts at 8.00 pm...haha

Now, thanks to the annoying speed of internet of INTI but still manageable to download all series of it.
Trials ended, but the final hurdle is the biggest that I'll be facing so far in my life. Knowing that more hardships are yet to come, maybe I should relax for a moment before rushing for the final bout.

Still haven't finish the series though...(  _ _")
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Monday, September 27, 2010

A Beautiful Story From Quran (Shared)

A special thanks to my friend Azweed Alam Malik, who's kind-hearted to share this piece of story for me and my friends to read about...
may Allah bless him...

Why do we read Quran, even if we can't understand a single Arabic word???? This is a beautiful story.

An old American Muslim lived on a farm in the mountains of eastern Kentucky with his young grandson. Each morning Grandpa was up early sitting at the kitchen table reading his Quran.  His grandson wanted to be just like him and tried to imitate him in every way he could.

One day the grandson asked, 'Grandpa! I try to read the Quran just like you but I don't understand it, and what I do understand I forget as soon as I close the book. What good does reading the Qur'an do?'

The Grandfather quietly turned from putting coal in the stove and replied,
'Take this coal basket down to the river and bring me back a basket of water.'

The boy did as he was told, but all the water leaked out before he got back to the house. The grandfather laughed and said, 'You'll have to move a little faster next time,' and sent him back to the river with the basket to try again. This time the boy ran faster, but again the basket was empty before he returned home. Out of breath, he told his grandfather that it was impossible to carry water in a basket, and he went to get a bucket instead.

The old man said,
'I don't want a bucket of water; I want a basket of water You're just not trying hard enough,' and he went out the door to watch the boy try again.

At this point, the boy knew it was impossible, but he wanted to show his grandfather that even if he ran as fast as he could, the water would leak out before he got back to the house. The boy again dipped the basket into river and ran hard, but when   he reached his grandfather the basket was again empty. Out of breath, he said, 'See Grandpa, it's useless!'

'So you think it is useless?' The old man said, 'Look at the basket.'
The boy looked at the basket and for the first time realized that the basket was different.
It had been transformed from a dirty old coal basket and was now clean, inside and out.

'Son, that's what happens when you read the Qur'an. You might not understand or remember everything, but when you read it, you will be changed, inside and out.  That is the work of Allah in our lives.'
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Tuesday, September 21, 2010

Jack of All Trade and A Master of One Part 1

Every time when I hear this topic, an old moment of me, one of my Kusess friend, Mahhe debates about this issue during the 2008 Piala Perdana Menteri English Debate came in a flash. It was the first time Kusess made to the finals against RMC (Maktab Tentera Diraja) and eventual champions on that day too, phenomenal. GO KUSESS, haha.

I'm myself not good at elaborating my points though, unlike my friend Chai Boon here in INTI. LOL

Based on the definition itself shows the jack of all trade is like he owns many skills, but unfortunately a master to none of them. On the other hand, master of one is in command of one skill only. A debate arise from here, which is better? Lets make this a discussion.

Well, to start off, jack of all trade can be take into an example, let say a sportsman, who really knows how to play a lot of games like football, basketball, rugby, and etc. However, he's a master of none of those sports.

I'll say, I too, salute this kind of person, able to know many kinds of sport. Maybe he could be not just a fringe player in those games and get to feature in many kinds of sports and won many certificates and trophies. On the dark side of it, imagine does he will be able to have time for everything?
It is considered to be quite tiresome when you get involved in too much.

Maybe the example given might not be enough, how about this, imagine a worker in the economy is entitled to many tasks. Will he be able to do them all?
Let start small, a sole trader perhaps, entitled to many tasks to ensure his firm to be sound. Will he be able to work it off alone? Of course he need some workers to help him, no human in this world is unable to feel tired.

So now, it goes to the number of workers he employs. Is it enough, to make his life easier? Maybe a small shop is unable to provide a significance.

Lets move to bigger entity, a company have been set up and currently try to employ workers. Not that I know how many sectors in the company itself that needs to be taken care of, but let say there's 4 sectors of administration, sales, creative team, and finance. But, only two workers were employed, thus 2 sectors are to be entitled to one person.
There's always a possibility of them unable to do both tasks at the same time. May result into them feel stressed out too you know.

Therefore, this promotes inefficiency in the economy and the company will be hard to achieve economies of scale, which helps reduce the company's production costs. If every company in the country is doing the same thing, this could slows the Gross Domestic Product(GDP) increase.

Some would say workers with many skills is good to be employed and more preferable thus makes a benefit again to the jack of all trade person. So this may also means that less skilled are to be left aside, making the unemployment rate increase.

To be continued...
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Monday, September 20, 2010

For the open mind...

Do not be proud of what we wear, 
as our final clothing is the shroud;

Do not be proud of what we drive, 
as our final vehicle is the coffin;

Do not be proud of where we live in, 
as our final rest place is the grave;

Do not be proud of how beautiful or handsome we are, 
as at the end, we are to be consumed by the earthworms.

Always remember that everything that live today will surely die one day,
Be grateful with what you earn, always strive to be better, 
but not to be too proud of what we achieved.
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Friday, September 17, 2010

Australian Bulletin FM - Episode 13 [Aussie man Jay Sloot has tongue record licked]

Another Guinness record I would like to share, an astonishing one as I call it, this time 'the widest'. Now now, without specific definition, I'm sure it is  going to be guessed by readers as the most fat person, instead it is the widest tongue ever owned by a man named Jay Sloot, 25. Labeled by his colleagues as 'tongue boy' the West Australian's tongue was measured 7.9, not in mm but cm, amazing. Moreover, he's able to lift entire 375ml cans of soft drink.

Well, I would say he may be able to swallow a big chunk of food with that tongue and maybe I'm honored if I too owned that length of tongue. haha. As saying goes, a man can dream. I wonder what more human wonders shall be discovered in the next few years.

Original Article CLICK HERE
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Monday, September 13, 2010

Australian Bulletin FM - Episode 12 [Coleen Rooney willing to take cheating husband back]

Well, another episode of footballer's life saw Wayne Rooney this time to cheat his own wife, luckily Coleen Rooney is still willing to take him back after his disgraceful act. It was reported that Rooney spend $2000-a-night for 21 year old prostitute Jenny Thompson. Another prostitute he slept with was Helen Wood, 24.

At first, she really can't cooperate with the fact that Rooney said he loves her so much, then he paid a hooker for sex. She instantly told Wayne that there's no going back and she would never forgive him. Coleen, comes from a strong catholic family, believes in the fidelity can still keep a marriage stronger. She admitted although she was still angry, she said that at the end of the day, she still loves him and believe he is the right man to be with. Nevertheless, she mentions about taking Rooney back on trial and restrain him under 'house arrest' and put both their sex life on hold.

She also mentions about their son, Kai, missing his father and also knows how much Wayne misses him too and states that Kai will be one of the crux in deciding their future. This incident also noticed by Sir Alex Ferguson, Manchester United manager and decided to not play him for the Everton vs Manchester United game that saw both teams end in a stalemate of 3 all draw.

In my point of view, this a view of when guys can only marry one women rule in the west. In other words, they restricts polygamy. So now cases like these happens. Recently before, Ashley Cole divorced his wife Cheryl Cole. Ashley was caught cheating twice already, no wonder Cheryl was unwilling to tolerate no longer.
So, the rule implemented was to give women their so called rights. But, at the end of the day, who suffers?
Imagine if the woman was divorced during pregnancy. Think about it. Moreover, as Ashley Cole and Wayne Rooney sets a 'great' example for the kids around the world, the message is to be grateful with what you have and spend it wisely. Do not engage in such a disgraceful act like them. You can have your entertainment, but have it in a good way. In conclusion, do not cheat your wife. hahaha

Original Article CLICK HERE

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Friday, September 10, 2010

Food For Thoughts

Well pictures for thoughts actually...have a look


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Selamat Hari Raya

Happy Eidulfitr to all muslims who are celebrating.
May you have a bless in the month of Syawal and continue to devote towards Allah The Almighty.
Happy holidays to all my friends too...
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Tuesday, September 7, 2010

Australia Bulletin FM - Episode 11 [World's shortest man is just 70cm tall]

Yet another astounding record goes into the Guinness World Records as Colombian, Edward Nino Hernandez, 24, measuring 70 cm and weigh 10 kg has been officially recognised as the shortest living man in the world. "He hasn't grown since he was two years old, said his mother Noemi Hernandez. The previous record holder was China's He Pingping, who was 4 cm taller than the Colombian died on March 13. He also mentions that he's bothered when people touch him n pick him up frequently. His mother also states that even the doctors couldn't explain the reason behind her son's growth as no diagnosis were given

Well, another interesting information is that he has a girlfriend. Fanny is her name, only 18 years old and measure less than 5 feet tall. However, Mr. Nino suffers from a blur vision as he endure cataracts in both of his eyes. A recent history that Nino had to repeat several years of school before dropping out. Also, he manage to make money on his own by acting in a film which he plays a pint-sized drug thug and dancing at department stores. Well, every man has a dream of his own as Nino himself dreams of having his own car and exploring the world. 

 For more informations Click Here and Here

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Attempted translation...

Greetings, peace be upon you, as Allamah Hasan Armuli said, "Verily it is indeed that ablutions is like a light that enlightens the heart. Always be in good(wudhu) condition  because it acts as a wall to fight against your desiring passion. Establish a 2 rakaats of prayers (solah) as soon as you perfect your ablutions (wudhu) as it is like a 'mikraj' that takes you up, explore the pure world, Quds (spiritual) world. These are the general rules, which are taught by our holy religion. Done thou pray, bow down (sujud) and read this prayer as when you are down in prostration:
O Allah, give me the sweetness of muttering Your holy name, it is such divine meeting You and such courtesy existent in  Your lap. Ya Karim Ya Rabb"
May you have a good blessing in life.

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Sunday, September 5, 2010

Fasting? Part 3

If someone does not take his lunch because there is nothing to eat, then it causes him tiredness and anger.

But a believer who chooses not to eat while he has everything to do so, for the sake of obeying his Lord, then he is exercising his ability to control himself against some of his desire.

You can eat, but you don't eat. You can drink, but you learn not to drink, so that you can tell yourself that you are a proactive person. Not a reactive one.

A reactive person will get mad when something stimulates him to anger. He will be sad and out of control when something causes him sadness. He has no 'pause' button. He has no ability to control himself tochoose a better reaction. His actions are determined by things around him. He is not the one who controls himself. He is occupied by others.He is under the real occupation of others.

A Muslim is not an effective Muslim if he does not have a control over his own actions. He must be a proactive Muslim.
Return back you self control... you are the strongest!

Fasting makes us stronger, if we correct the way we view it.

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Fasting? Part 2


Taqwa can be defined in many ways. But the conversation between Ubaybin Kaab and Umar al-Khattab was a good summary about the essence ofTaqwa. Once, Umar asked Ubay what he knows about Taqwa. Ubay replied byasking him, "Have you walked through thorny path?"

Umar answered, "Yes, indeed"

Ubay then asked him, "What did you do?"

Umar replied, "I tucked up (my garment) and did my best (to avoid thorns)"

Thereupon Ubay said, "That is Taqwa!"

Our life is a journey. Like someone who is driving from a place toanother. Throughout the journey, he will meet many road signs thatmight instruct him to do against his will. He wants to drive at fullspeed, but a sign says, "No, the limit is only 80km/h".

He wants to arrive as early as possible but suddenly a red light instructs him to stop and let others move first.

Someone who is wise and on top of his rational thinking, would neverever see all the road signs as challenge to his right exercising hisfreedom. The truth is, the road signs are there to help him achievesafety throughout the journey until he reaches the destination.
The same thing applied to our big picture of this life. Do's and don'ts of Islam are not the obstruction and challenge to the access ofhis freedom of choice. They come from the Creator who knows better whatis good and what is bad in this life. They are there for our safety,peace and harmony.

Someone who has the quality of Taqwa will take his journey like someone who walks through thorny path. He is a person with a full of consciousness about what is good and what is bad around him. He mustalso have a good self control, like a person who is good in controllinghis car steering.

This is the essence of fasting. You learn to exercise your self control.

To Be Continued..


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Fasting? Part 1

"You neither eat nor drink the whole day?" Tan asked me.
"Yes. The whole day. But not at night. Only from dawn to sunset", I replied.
"How can you survive? Can you survive?", Tan asked again.
I smiled.
"Well, it's not just you. Even Habib Bourguiba, the late President of Tunisia who was also a 'Muslim', convinced that fasting is against productivity. You know the history?", I took my turn asking Tan my question.

Habib Bourguiba
"How should I know? Tell me!", he said.
In 1961, Habib Bourguiba made a controversial statement claiming that fasting should not be observed for it reduces productivity. Hethen appeared on television with his cabinet, eating and drinking during Ramadhan.
"Why so harsh?", Tan was shocked.
"I don't know. Was it out of ignorance or arrogance? Perhaps a combination of both", I replied.
Even though fasting is there in the name of Lent among Christians,it is always the Muslim's version that cultivates questions and debates.
In order to understand about the real meaning of fasting, one should agree that it has something to do with our own paradigm and world view.The way we view things; like I always quote, "what you see is what you get".

If you see fasting as a way for better diet, you will benefit that from fasting. But fasting will only be a mechanism of improving your diet.
If you see fasting as a way to save your daily expense by breaking your fast daily in the mosque, then you will be able to achieve that. But that's it. No more than that.

If you see fasting as a way for you to gain reward or 'pahala' from Him, then it is a good motive and sound intention. But reward and pahala is something that you can hardly measure in this physical and worldly life. You don't see someone obese out of pahala. It is something else!
And strangely, the last 10 days of Ramadhan are the most rewarded and full of pahala, but then you'll see the mosques are empty.
So, what Ramadhan and fasting are all about?

If you see fasting as abstaining one from eating, drinking, having sexual intercourse during the daytime, and reducing the wrong doings of backbiting what so ever... that is the definition of fasting. But it only explains the mechanism of fasting as ritual.

Let us take a look at the origin of Muslims's version of fasting. Al-Quran says:
"O you who believe! Observing As-Saum (the fasting) is prescribed for you as it was prescribed for those before you, that you may become the people with the quality of Taqwa" (Al-Baqarah 2: 183)
Fasting is a mechanism to achieve Taqwa. You abstain yourself from eating and drinking, in order to achieve Taqwa. How is that?

To Be Continued...


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Australian Bulletin FM - Episode 10 [Naked UK car owner thwarts stunned thief]

for displaying purpose only
A little something to laugh or getting weird about, as reported from UK's The Daily Telegraph, Mr. Russell Stuart, 51, immediately react when he heard his Peugeot car being revved up on his driveway, first thing in the morning. Indeed, knowing that his car was about to be stole, he woke up and run outside, opened the passenger door, and sat next to the thief. Why was the thief was stunned? Well it's because Mr.Stuart was completely naked. He forgot to wear any garments just to save his car. “I said to him, 'all right mate, where are we going then?' (Stuart 2010), The thief, completely shocked, quickly skedaddled and left the naked Mr. Stuart and his beloved car.  Afterwards, still naked, Mr. Stuart drove around the town searching for the thief, but gave up, in order to avoid getting pulled over for indecent conduct.

Briefly, I never anticipated that a man would do such a thing just for the sake of his car. But, I do agree, it was a good spontaneous move, and quite an fascinating idea to scare off burglars. *laugh. Luckily, it was Mr. Stuart, if Miss Stuart have gone there, naked, who knows what might happen. But at least, sleep with your clothes on. So that when another immediate incident might occur, you can run at least with your clothes on. So, wear your clothes on at any time, you can make a difference. he he

Original Article CLICK HERE

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