February 28, 2011

I'm Making this one Public..


Well that quotation has been in my mind lately, ever since a friend of mine used it to defend what she said in the process of undermining the male gender. I'm talking worldwide. I'm not taken by about anything here, just dashing myself to tell you what I think about that particular quote.

Being an Islam, there are loads of obligation that restrain an Islam from doing something or anything that is consider a sin or to the well being of our self-respect. Those obligation towards Islam are there for a reason.

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I'm going to talk about the usage of quotations in everyday life. I'm not against quotes or anything but some got it wrong on how to use it. I think..??

The purpose of quotes for me is..

"Opening Doors Of Awareness And Providing Insight Toward Discovering And Fulfilling Our Life Purpose"

Purpose of quotes are for opening new doors of awareness and provide insight concerning our specific mission in life.

Regardless of who you are, what your financial situation currently is, or where you are currently at in your life, each and every one of us has a specific life purpose.

Although each persons purpose varies, as sure as there is gravity, you have a specific purpose.

I never heard the Islam laws stating about the usage of quotes being haram yet alone being disallowed. Because without a doubt, they help us provide insight in certain situations in life.

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But what I have to say is you can't contradict these quotes in all aspects of life especially in Islam. When a girl came up to me saying, haven't you heard the quote ' never trust a man' before as she heard what I had to say about girls. Of course I've heard of that particular quote and a thousands more before. I'm am not denying what you are saying is wrong but isn't it odd...?? If I say that the quote is true 100 percent true, what the Hell are you doing learning from male teachers.... or bother listening to the ustazs preaching about Islam... or yet alone,.. listening to you're dad's advices..

You got so tight up with these quotes that you let them stand in the way of your decision making or thoughts about something. I'm not saying its wrong to have a quotation as your personal motivator or you're fuel that keeps you going everyday but do not let it be your final say in everyday life. Got it..??

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February 27, 2011

Speak Up..!!

The best way to describe myself before these three wonderful years would have to be 'painfully shy'. Most people, who know me, like school acquaintances and teachers, will agree that I'm a very soft-spoken person. My close friends usually DISAGREE with this though, since I tend to open up a lot more and become outgoing when in their presence.

So, what made me change to the way I am today..?? I don't know really what happen, it just did.. Hahaha.. Confidence, self esteem, ?? Whatever it was, i'm glad. Because i'm now a good enough public speaker, a decent debater and many more..

Much love..

Facts about men girls should take notice..

I really hate it when a girl goes out saying all men are stupid. You are stating that your future husband, the one who is going to take care of you and your babies, the blessings to your well being to heaven,, stupid. Who's stupid now.

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Of course la being the opposite sex, Allah created every creature of His with a purpose. The same way He created the moon to pull the tides and sun to give life to plants and other purposes. You don't go out saying men are stupid, well maybe he doesn't understands you in what so ever but that is still not a strong enough reason to do so. Allah created men and women to compliment each others flaws. Not to torment each others wrong doings.

The same way Adam and Eve was created. Well, talking about the matter,, which gender cause the fate of Adam and Eve to be send to earth at the first place. Not that i'm blaming Eve for her wrong doings back then, but it was the more feminine side of the gender was the one to blame, and yet,, you still had the nerve calling men stupid. Where's the shame in you..?? Please la.. Stop.. Because I never heard my friends calling you stupid.

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So, here's a thing or two about men you should know that should really be taken in mind the next time you talk to one.

1- When a guy is saying he doesn't understands you, it simply means you're not thinking the way he is..
2- When a guy really likes you, he'll disregard all you're bad characteristics.
3- When you touch a guys heart, there's no turning back.
4- Giving a guy a hanging message like “You know what?!..uh…never mind!” would make him jump to a conclusion that is far from what you are thinking.

5- You can never understand him unless you listen to him.

6- When a guy tells you he loves you once in a lifetime. He does.
7- If a guy tells you about his problems, he just needs someone to listen to him. You don’t need to give advice.

8- A usual act that proves that the guy likes you is when he teases you.
9- If a guy lets you go, he really loves you

There's loads more, but i think 9 should be enough, u'll find out the rest when you fall in love with one..

You can never be to prepare..

Of all the crappy days I've ever had in the whole of my life... On a scale of one to ten, we're talking.. a minus six. And it's not as if I even have very high standards.

I was on my usual Friday walk to the mosque that day and for a long time, I was wearing 'kain pelekat' for the prayers that day.. It had always been a routine of mine every few and then walking my way to the mosque. Seeing my dad had always been to busy to go with me or because my other siblings had gone to their respective colleges earlier than me. Well, u get what i'm trying to say.

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Back to my story, it was a minus six and surely you can anticipate what i am about to write. Being quite the traveler myself, I have quickly learn the many skills a traveler have to offer. One is that u must always plan you're journey. Yes, the mosque is from walking distance but you can never be to sure of what was going to happen. I remember vividly on that day that i checked the weather to prepare myself from heavy rain. But the skies were as clear as a beautiful morning rays can be..

So I had my short journey check and re-checked again after a quick sip of orange juice and quickly lock the doors. My mum wasn't home so I always bring myself a spare key in case anything should comes out. I quickly find my way out the gate door of the house a there I was,, walking my way to the mosque. A 'kain pelekat' covering my legs and a green baju Melayu complimented by a pair of selipar jepun.. I was quite hard walking in those pair of sandals but what the hack, it wasn't as if I planned to run in those.

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Long story short,, a stray dog chased me and it rain heavily that day. I was soaking wet and the blisters on my feet really outdo myself running away from the dog. Well, u can never be to sure of whats to come, so traveling wise, you can never be to prepare.