Friday, 31 October 2014

Time to struggle again !!

Assalamualaikum and hello everyone.

How you guys doing ? Good ? better ? not good ? It's okay, according to my lecturer just think that everything is easy. All is well ~ macam movie 3 Idiots tu .. hehehe .

Sometimes I do have hard time like everyone have .. I guess that you also at least have through the hard time once in your life. Okay, maybe you can try another method or way untuk kurangkan korang punya stress or hard time tu .. For instance, go out or hang out with your friends, maybe can try telling or share with your family about your problems.. If you also can't do that, what can I suggest is hopefully you can try to write about it. Senang citer tulis diary gitu .. As for me , I more like to not bother about it senang citer. Okay , enough.

 Panjang pulak introduction. hehhehe. Actually that is not what I want to share with you guys. Last month, AH dah masuk third sem for my foundation program. Alhamdulillah. But you know.. sometimes I feel wanna give up for certain reason .. But hey.. when I think it again. I'm just in my foundation year . Not even in degree. You know what I mean .. don't you ?

I have about 4 years more to go for finish my study if i'm don't change my course. Now, I just wanna concentrate with my study. I need to struggle for me to get good GPA or CGPA. Starting tomorrow( which I don't have to wait for tomorrow, even I can do it right now hhheheheh) I wanna study and remember some notes. Before this, I was a very lazy student. hahha not a good example huh ? I need to reduce watching Running Man and Korean drama..  Patience AH, you only need to do this for bulan November and December je....

Last but not least, just continue what you are doing. Never give up. Don't lose hope. You need to work hard or struggle for something that you want it. There is no shortcut to have it. Later on, you will understand what is the sweetness about how you can achieve your goal, how many time you need to repeat, how did you manage to get it and bla bla bla bla..

Sorry for all the merepekkkss..

Good night and sweet dream. Don't forget to doa before sleep.  ^^            

Friday, 18 July 2014

Universiti Tun Abdul Razak (UNIRAZAK)

Assalamualikum and good evening to you guys.

Long time no see ~

Alhamdulillah, today I have given a chance to update my blog. After a few months - around 7 months , I didn' write a single word  . hahha . Dah berhabuk dah blog ni . Currently I'm quite busy cuz I'm already starting my university life. Alhamdulillah .

As you guys can see my tittle is, that's my university. Currently I'm studying a foundation program in business administration and In Sha Allah will proceed with accountancy in degree later. Maybe I might change my course in degree later. But it is not confirmed yet .

So far Alhamdulillah , it is good . I have nice friends . I can consider them as my juniors and a few of them are my seniors and same age with me but mostly - around 70% (maybe) are my juniors.

This is my classmates. That is so many  , isn't it ? =)





Currently, I'm in Sem 2 already. That's so fast . I feel like, it just was last week I registered . hhaahha..

Okay, I got to go . I will post more . In shaa Allah .. =)




Wednesday, 25 December 2013

Hurt by Others: How to Cope and Heal

When I was growing up, the world was a perfect place. The only problem was, that it wasn’t. I used to believe that everything could always be ‘fair’. To me that meant no one should ever be wronged, and if they were, justice must be served. I fought hard for the way I believed things should be. But in my struggle, I overlooked a fundamental truth about this life. In my childish idealism, I failed to understand that this world is inherently imperfect. We, as humans, are inherently imperfect. So we will always mess up. And in those mess-ups, we will inevitably hurt others, knowingly, and unknowingly, intentionally and unintentionally. The world would not always be fair.
Does that mean we stop struggling against injustice, or give up on Truth? Of course not. But it means we must not hold this world – and others – to an unrealistic standard. But that’s not always easy. How do we live in a world so flawed, where people let us down, and even our own family can break our heart? And perhaps, hardest of all, how do we learn to forgive when we have been wronged? How do we become strong, without being hard, and remain soft, without being weak? When do we hold on, and when can we let go? When does caring too much, become too much? And is there such a thing as loving more than we should?
To begin to find these answers, we have to first take a step outside our own lives. We need to examine whether we are the first or the last to feel pain or be wronged. We need to look at those who came before us, to study their struggles, and their triumphs. And we need to recognize that growth never comes without pain, and success is only a product of struggle. That struggle almost always includes withstanding and overcoming the harms inflicted by others.
Recalling the shining examples of our prophets will remind us that our pain is not isolated. Remember that Prophet Nuh was abused by his people for 950 years. The Quran tells us: “Before them the People of Noah rejected (their apostle): they rejected Our servant, and said, ‘Here is one possessed!’, and he was driven out.” (Qur’an, 54:9) Nuh was abused so much that he finally “called on his Lord: ‘I am one overcome: do Thou then help (me)!’” (Qur’an, 54:10)
Or we can call to mind how the Prophet ﷺ was pelted with stones, until he bled, and how the companions were beaten and starved. All of this harm was at the hands of others. Even the angels understood this aspect of human nature – before we even came to be. When Allah told the angels that He would create humanity, their first question was about this harmful potential of humans. Allah tells us: “Behold, thy Lord said to the angels: ‘I will create a vicegerent (humanity) on earth.’ They said: ‘Wilt Thou place therein one who will make mischief therein and shed blood?’” (Qur’an, 2:30)
This potential of humanity to commit horrific crimes against each other is a sad reality of this life. And yet many of us are so blessed. Most of us have not had to face the type of calamities that others have endured throughout time. Most of us will never have to watch as our families are tortured or killed. And yet, there are few of us who could say we have never been hurt, in one way or another, at the hands of someone else. So although most of us will never have to know the feeling of starving to death or standing helpless as our homes are destroyed, most of us will know what it means to cry from a wounded heart.
Is it possible to avoid this? To some degree, I think it is. We can never avoid all pain, but by adjusting our expectation, our response, and our focus, we can avoid much devastation. For example, putting our entire trust, reliance, and hope in another person is unrealistic and just plain foolish. We have to remember that humans are fallible and therefore, our ultimate trust, reliance, and hope should only be put in Allah. Allah says: “…whoever rejects evil and believes in Allah has grasped the most trustworthy handhold that never breaks. And Allah is Hearing and Knowing of all things.” (Qur’an, 2: 256) Knowing that Allah is the only handhold that never breaks, will save us from much unneeded disappointment.
And yet this is not to say that we should not love or that we should love less. It is how we love that is important. Nothing should be our ultimate object of love, except Allah. Nothing should come before Allah in our hearts. And we should never come to a point where we love something, other than Allah, in such a way, that it would be impossible to continue life without it. This type of ‘love’ is not love, but actually worship and it causes nothing but pain.
But what happens when we’ve done all that and still we have been hurt or wronged by others – as will also inevitably happen? How can we do what is the hardest? How can we learn to forgive? How can we learn to mend our scars and continue being good to people, even when they are not good to us?
In the story of Abu Bakr radi Allahu `anhu (may Allah be pleased with him), is a beautiful example of exactly that. After his daughter, `Ayesha (r), was slandered in the worst way, Abu Bakr (r) found out that the man who began the rumor was Mistah, a cousin who Abu Bakr had been supporting financially. Naturally Abu Bakr withheld the charity he had been giving the slanderer. Soon after, Allah revealed the following ayah: “Let not those among you who are endued with grace and amplitude of means resolve by oath against helping their kinsmen, those in want and those who migrated in the path of Allah. Let them forgive and overlook. Do you not wish that Allah should forgive you? Indeed Allah is oft-Forgiving, most Merciful.” (Qur’an, 24:22) Upon hearing this ayah, Abu Bakr resolved that he did want Allah’s forgiveness, and so he not only continued to give the man money, he gave him more.
This type of forgiveness is at the very heart of being a believer. In describing these believers, Allah says: “And who shun the more heinous sins and abominations; and who, whenever they are moved to anger, readily forgive.” (Qur’an, 42:37)
The ability to readily forgive should be driven by an awareness of our own flaws and mistakes towards others. But most of all, our humility should be driven by the fact that we wrong Allah every single day of our lives, when we sin. Who are we compared to Allah? And yet, Allah, Master of the universe, forgives by day and by night. Who are we to withhold forgiveness? If we hope to be forgiven by Allah, how can we not forgive others? It is for this reason that the Prophet ﷺ teaches us: “Those who show no mercy to others will have no mercy shown to them by Allah.” [Muslim]
This hope for Allah’s mercy should motivate our own desire to forgive and to one day enter the only world that really is perfect.

Ainoul Husna : Note that this is not my own writings but Yasmin Mogahed's . You guys may follow her blog at http://www.yasminmogahed.com .

Monday, 23 December 2013

Tips To Enhance Memory

Assalamualaikum and good evening ^^

I think almost 2 weeks I'm not updating my blog . hehehe . Well , I'm quite busy lately . Bukan busy apa pun , busy dengan benda yang tak sepatutnya . Ish ish .. sedar lah sikit wahai diri . Okay , stop mumbling AH . You wasting your time okay ~

Before that , I just wanna tell you that these tips are actually from THE BAC STUDY SKILLS GUIDE . My friend , Aisya gave to me that book . It's really useful .

So , let's start ! ^^

There are some tips for you guys . Hopefully these tips can help you guys . Good Luck !! ^^

1 . COLORS 
      - Think about the rainbow when creating your images . You could use bright , neon colors that are vibrant and outstanding . When the color pops, it is bound to be more memorable .

2 . SENSE 
     - Whenever possible , try to engage all your senses when to memorize . It is important to train your sense of vision , hearing , smell , taste and touch  in  order to personalize your images and memories .

3 . IMAGINATION 
     - Stretch and expand your imagination as far and wide as you can . Unlike most things , there is never a limit to what your imagination can achieve . So , use it to the fullest and you will find that it makes the memorization process much more fun and enjoyable .

4 . MOVEMENT 
    - Movement gives life to the images yo create . It makes them more vivid and interesting , and this imprints the the memory into your mind more effectively .

5 . EXAGGERATION 
   - Images that are exaggerated beyond their normal proportion are usually easier to remember . Therefore , play around with the shapes and sizes of the images you create . Make them as lopsided and ridiculous as you like .

6 . HUMOR 
   - The more ridiculous and humorous your images are, the better you remember . After all , everyone could use a good laugh when trying to memorize .

7 . SYMBOLS
  - Replacing an ordinary or boring image with an important or meaningful symbol can actually heighten your chances of remembering something .

8 . NUMBER 
   - Numbering what needs to be memorized creates a more specific and effective template to organize your thoughts in order and sequence .  

9 . ASSOCIATION 
    - When memorizing , create an image that is familiar to you . Associate it with something concrete within your environment for quick memory retrieval .

10 . POSITIVE IMAGES 
  - Always use images that bring about positive memories . The mind tends to block out unpleasant thoughts or images that make you feel uncomfortable . When you create images that are pleasing to you , the mind finds it easy to retrieve that image efficiently .


Monday, 2 December 2013

Bora Bora Island

Assalamualaikum , Hello there .

It has been a long time that I'm not writing anything . Biasalah kadang kadang tu datang juga perasaan malas. hehehhe . Bila time free ni bukannya nak post apa2 , nanti time busy baru sibuk nak post . ish ish ish . Okay , enough AH .Today I feel wanna share something with you guys. It is about Bora Bora Island .

Bora Bora is an island in the Leeward group of the Society Islands of French Polynesia , an overseas collectivity of France in the Pacific Ocean. In the centre of the island are the remnants of an extinct volcano rising to two peaks , Mount Pahia and Mount Otemanu . Bora Bora is a major international tourist destination .

Most of the tourist destination are aqua-centric . However it is possible to visit attractions on land such as WWll cannons . Air Tahiti has five or six flights daily to the Bora Bora Airport on Motu Mute from Tahiti (as well as from other islands) . The island is served by Bora Bora Airport on Motu Mute in the north , with Air Tahiti providing daily flights to and from Papeete on Tahiti .  There also have various hotels such as Hilton Bora Bora Nui Resort & Spa and more