Monday, December 31, 2012

Am I Riak?

... am I?

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Doa

Moga dapat diamalkan....

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Saturday, December 29, 2012

Another quote from school

Byk yg berguna...

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At school quote

To ponder...

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Sunday, December 16, 2012

Word of wisdom

From FB page......


Kusyuk

Aida tgh tekun menyiapkan ujian tentukan kelas pra kat skolah seafield

Wednesday, November 21, 2012

Tuesday, November 6, 2012

di kejauhan ini


aku mendengar
aku melihat
aku membaca
aku tersenyum

ceritamu buat aku tertawa
cemerlangmu buat aku tersenyum
titip katamu buat aku terharu
derai tawamu buat aku tersisa

mengenang waktu
membunga bangga
memberi jiwa
Membuai rasa

ada juga di hatimu setitik kemuliaan..

Little Princess

Photo taken during Majlis Graduasi PPK 3C. Bersemangat nak perform lagu "Horey - Horey 5 Dahlia"...


Nice Quote

gambo ni diambil semasa ngeteh di Restoran Mirasaa PUJ. very nice quote. hope i'm doing the right thing.

Thursday, October 11, 2012

Thursday, October 4, 2012

Instagram

Playing with types of instagram features. Menarik. I know somebody will like it so much these apps hehe

Sunday, September 30, 2012

Birthday girl

My little girl will be 2nd tomorrow. She will face the world soon. Be good, be safe and may GOD bless u dear. Happy birthday Anis Marissa 1st oct 2012


Tuesday, September 4, 2012

1st Job

Sori blog lama x menjenguk. Jgn merajuk k. Arini baru ada kesempatan.

Sudah 3 hari sy berada di KB kerana menjadi trainer utk pekerja Bernas berkenaan dengan migrasi ke Microsoft Office 2010 under Budiman Dinamik. Dari segi payment, biasa lah org baru. Payment xde la banyak sgt tp xpe. Ini 1 permulaan. Hopefully ada lg yg menyusul.

2 hari lepas sy berkongsi ilmu berkenaan dengan Word 2010. Alhamdulillah mereka walaupun ada yg dh dekat nak pencen tp semangat belajar yg tinggi ditunjukkan dan minat yg ada menyebabkan kelas xde la boring sepanjang 2 hari. Byk soklan yg di tanya. Susah gak nak menjawabnya hehe. Harap sume dapat sedikit sebanyak ilmu yg dikongsikan.

Hari ni dihabiskan utk mentelaah Excel 2010 plak sbb nak berkongsi esok dan lusa tetapi pagi td mengambil kesempatan melawat mak mertua di Pasir Mas kerana nak amik ubat buah pinggang ngan pak mertua. Dia mahir campurkan akar2 kayu utk di rebus dan di minum airnya. Biasa lah mak mertua, dia bekalkan sedikit utk cucu2nya. Sempat beli etok kat Kasa utk snack haha.

Dlm dok mentelaah jap td, OMI call nak temp clerk sorg. Dah communicate ngan partners. Hope ni pun ok gak. Memana pun sapu je. Janji masyukkkkk heheh

Esok Excel 2010. X tau lagi camne sambutan tp students adalah yg sama ngan Word 2010. Moga meriah juga. Lepas tu on friday nak gi rantau panjang b4 balik. member kirim budu sebotol ngan nak beli mangga dlm sekilo 2 nak bawa balik.

Nx wk kita tgk camne. Hope perancangan dpt dilakukan n perjalanan lancar.

Doakan sy......

Tuesday, August 14, 2012

Berubah untuk diri sendiri

Dipetik dari kata Dato' Tuan Ibrahim Tuan Man

Ramai antara kita apabila dok tersinggung dengan kelakuan atau percakapan sahabat, kita sentiasa berharap agar dia berubah sikap, supaya kita tidak lagi tersinggung pada kelakuan atau percakapan beliau.

Namun, ramai tidak sedari itu juga antara perkara yang mencari nahas dalam hubungan antara manusia - iaitu sentiasa mengharapkan orang lain berubah untuk keselesaan diri sendiri, tapi sendiri tidak berubah.

Mengapa mencari nahas? - kerana biasanya orang tersebut tidak akan berubah, maka segala harapan padanya untuk berubah akan berkecai, dan akhirnya menambah kecewa, dendam pada orang yang mengharap.

Jangan selalu dok berfikir penyelesaian kepada sesuatu masalah dalam hubungan sesama manusia ialah orang lain itu berubah, walhal penyelesaian sebenar adalah pada diri sendiri - kita yang harus berubah dulu.

Umpamanya, anda tersinggung dengan seorang sahabat yang anda rasa tidak menjaga kepentingan anda sebagaimana anda menjaga kepentingan dia...

Jika anda harapkan sahabat berubah untuk menjaga kepentingan anda sebagaimana anda menjaga kepentingan dia adalah jalan mencari nahas untuk merosakkan hubungan kerana ia susah berlaku dan pembaris setiap orang berlainan.

Sebaliknya ia adalah lebih mudah kalau kita yang berubah dengan mengubah pandangan pada dia, bahawa itulah beliau yang sebenarnya, dan jangan ada expectation banyak sangat pada beliau - keadaan akan menjadi lebih tenang dan hubungan akan mencapai lebih kesefahaman dan kurang sengketa dalaman hati.

Banyak perkara, jika kita inginkan perubahan, ia bermula daripada diri sendiri, dan bukan harapkan orang lain berubah.

Sekadar renungan untuk pagi ini.

Senyum.

Midnite Quote

Friday, August 10, 2012

Sunday, July 29, 2012

Hell notes vs malaysian notes




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Saturday, July 28, 2012

where is the horse?




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Tuesday, July 24, 2012

Doa utk sahabat

Ya اللّه , shbt saya yang membaca ini adalh shbt yg baik, kuat, sabar, sayangilah dia serta kasihilah dia.tolong bantu mudahkan rezekinya, sehatkan tubuh badannya.

Jika dia melangkah, selamatkanlah dia, mudahkan langkahnya . ‎​​. آمِيّنْ... آمِيّنْ آمِّيْنَ يَا رَبَّ الْعَالَمِيْنَ.
kirim ke shbt" yang kamu sayangi. ‎​‎​اِ نْ شَآ ء اللّهُ.
hidupmu akan bahagia karna mereka juga mendoakan.

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Friday, July 20, 2012

Doa on Ramadhan Eve

Ehsan from Lukhman S...

Wahai Tuhan
Ramadhan itu menjelma lagi
Datang berpaut di dalam kehidupan kami
Oleh itu Wahai Tuhan
Kami mohon sangat sangat dari Mu
Agar ramadhan kali ini
Kami diberi peluang
Yang sebaik baik nya
Untuk kami beramal beribadat buat Mu
Cukuplah selama sebelas bulan
Engkau memberikan kami
Segalanya
Biarlah satu bulan ini
Kami korbankan segalanya pula
Buat Mu …..untuk Mu
 
Kami mohon
Agar Engkau memberi
Kekuatan, kesihatan yang sempurna
Kelapang yang terbaik untuk kami
Terus mendekatkan hati kami, jiwa kami
Dengan Mu
Dengan penuh ikhlas
Kesihanilah kami
Insan yang bergelar Hamba
Yang selalu melakukan kesilapan
Di dalam arus kehidupan

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Wednesday, July 18, 2012

Rules of relationship




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Saturday, July 14, 2012

Greatest mistake

..... As always ....

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Friday, July 13, 2012

Some people say

.... Yea la kot. Sy x tau ....
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Kata-kata hikmat

... Menarik ...

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Trust


6 common tire myths debunked


Tires are arguably the most important component on your vehicle. They are, however, among the least understood features. Allow me to list and pop a few common misconceptions about tires. 

1. The tire-pressure monitoring system (TPMS) in my new car makes sure my tires are adequately inflated. 

The truth: TPMS isn't required to issue a warning until pressure is 25 percent below the vehicle manufacturer's recommendation. That's "well below the pressure required for safe driving," according to AAA and "barely adequate to carry the vehicle's maximum load," says the Rubber Manufacturers' Association. TPMS is intended as a last-minute warning before imminent tire failure, not as a monitor to make sure your tires are properly inflated. 


Buy a quality tire gauge and set your tire pressure to at least the vehicle manufacturer's recommendation, which is found on the driver's door jamb. I'd rather you set your tires 3 or even 5 psi high rather than 1 low. Tire-pressure gauges can be inaccurate, and tires leak as much as 1 psi per month. Higher pressure improves hydroplaning resistance and, if you're like many folks, you may not bother to check your tires again for six months. 

2. When replacing only two tires, the new ones go on the front. 

The truth: Rear tires provide stability, and without stability, steering or braking on a wet or even damp surface might cause a spin. If you have new tires up front, they will easily disperse water while the half-worn rears will go surfing: The water will literally lift the worn rear tires off the road. If you're in a slight corner or on a crowned road, the car will spin out so fast you won't be able to say, "Oh, fudge!" 

There is no "even if" to this one. Whether you own a front-, rear- or all-wheel-drive car, truck, or SUV, the tires with the most tread go on the rear. Don't believe it? Watch this. 

3. A tire is in danger of bursting if pressure exceeds the "max press" number on the sidewall. 

The truth: The "max press" number has nothing to do with a tire's burst pressure. The "max press" and "max load" numbers indicate the pressure at which the tire will carry the maximum amount of weight. A new, quality tire will not pop at an even multiple of the "max press." I'm sworn to secrecy about the exact burst pressure, but I wouldn't hesitate to double the "max press" of any new passenger-vehicle tire on a new wheel. But hitting a big pothole at super-high pressures may cause a failure. 

4. The "max press" is where the tire offers its maximum cornering grip. 

The truth: If you didn't read the previous point, do so now. Many law enforcement officers cling rigidly to the misconception that the "max press" is secret code for maximum at-the-limit traction. It's a coincidence that many low-bidder tires offer increased grip at 40 or more psi. But that's all it is: a coincidence. If I were going to race a stock ex-cop Ford Crown Victoria on street tires on a road-racing circuit, 45 psi front, 35 psi rear wouldn't be a bad place to start. (The tail would be, in Nascar lingo, too loose for safe street driving.) 

5. Low-profile tires fitted on large-diameter wheels improve handling. 

The truth: The short sidewalls of low-profile tires enhance the tires' response when the driver first turns the steering wheel. That gives the driver the (often false) feeling the tire has tons of grip. But after that initial movement, it's the tread compound—the stickiness of the rubber—that determines how well the tire grips the road. Also, the combination of a large-diameter wheel and low-profile tire is usually heavier than the original equipment. This means the suspension may not be able to keep the tire in touch with the pavement. 

6. All tires with the same designation are exactly the same size. 

The truth: Think all 225/35R19s (or whatever tire size) are exactly 225 millimeters wide and their sidewalls are exactly 35 percent as tall as the tire is wide? Not exactly. And unlike what's commonly believe, these designations are not about production tolerances. 

All the tires of a specific part number or stock keeping unit (SKU) can be can be slightly wider or narrower than the nominal width and their profile can be slightly taller or shorter than the stated percentage. Why? A wider, taller tire puts more rubber on the ground, which is good for a performance tire. A shorter, narrower tire uses less material, thus reducing costs in a business where profit margins almost never break into double digits. So tiremakers might scrimp a bit here and there. It's a bit like how a 2 x 4 is not, in fact, 2 by 4.

The 11 Ways That Consumers Are Hopeless at Math


This is your brain on shopping, and it's not very smart
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You walk into a Starbucks and see two deals for a cup of coffee. The first deal offers 33% extra coffee. The second takes 33% off the regular price. What's the better deal?

"They're about equal!" you'd say, if you're like the students who participated in a new study published in the Journal of Marketing. And you'd be wrong. The deals appear to be equivalent, but in fact, a 33% discount is the same as a 50 percent increase in quantity. Math time: Let's say the standard coffee is $1 for 3 quarts ($0.33 per quart). The first deal gets you 4 quarts for $1 ($0.25 per quart) and the second gets you 3 quarts for 66 cents ($.22 per quart).

The upshot: Getting something extra "for free" feels better than getting the same for less. The applications of this simple fact are huge. Selling cereal? Don't talk up the discount. Talk how much bigger the box is! Selling a car? Skip the MPG conversion. Talk about all the extra miles.
There are two broad reasons why these kind of tricks work. First: Consumers don't know what the heck anything should cost, so we rely on parts of our brains that aren't strictly quantitative. Second: Although humans spend in numbered dollars, we make decisions based on clues and half-thinking that amount to innumeracy. 

Here are 10 more ways consumers are bad at math, with an assist from historian and author William Poundstone.

(2) We're heavily influenced by the first number. You walk into a high-end store, let's say it's Hermès, and you see a $7,000 bag. "Haha, that's so stupid!" you tell your friend. "Seven grand for a bag!" Then you spot an awesome watch for $367. Compared to a Timex, that's wildly over-expensive. But compared to the $7,000 price tag you just put to memory, it's a steal. In this way, stores can massage or "anchor" your expectations for spending.

(3) We're terrified of extremes. We don't like feeling cheap, and we don't like feeling duped. Since we're not sure what things are worth, we shy away from prices that appear too high or too low. Stores can employ our bias for moderation against us. Here's a great story
People were offered 2 kinds of beer: premium beer for $2.50 and bargain beer for $1.80. Around 80% chose the more expensive beer. Now a third beer was introduced, a super bargain beer for $1.60 in addition to the previous two. Now 80% bought the $1.80 beer and the rest $2.50 beer. Nobody bought the cheapest option.
Third time around, they removed the $1.60 beer and replaced with a super premium $3.40 beer. Most people chose the $2.50 beer, a small number $1.80 beer and around 10% opted for the most expensive $3.40 beer.
In short: We are all Goldilocks.

(4) We're in love with stories. In his book Priceless, William Poundstone explains what happened when Williams-Sonoma added a $429 breadmaker next to their $279 model: Sales of the cheaper model doubled even though practically nobody bought the $429 machine. Lesson: If you can't sell a product, try putting something nearly identical, but twice as expensive, next to it. It'll make the first product look like a gotta-have-it bargain. One explanation for why this tactic works is that people like stories or justifications. Since it's terribly hard to know the true value of things, we need narratives to explain our decisions to ourselves. Price differences give us a story and a motive: The $279 breadmaker was, like, 40 percent cheaper than the other model -- we got a great deal! Good story.

(5) We do what we're told. Behavioral economists love experimenting in schools, where they've found that shining a light on fruit and placing a salad bar in the way of the candy makes kids eat more fruit and salad. But adults are equally susceptible to these simple games. Savvy restaurants, for example, design their menus to draw our eyes to the most profitable items by things as simple as pictures and boxes. Good rule of thumb: If you see a course on the menu that's highlighted, boxed, illustrated, or paired with a really expensive item, it's probably a high-margin product that the restaurant hopes you'll see and consider. 

(6) We let our emotions get the best of us. In a brilliant experiment from Poundstone's book, volunteers are offered a certain number of dollars out of $10. Offers seen as "unfair" ($1, let's say) activated the insula cortex, "which is otherwise triggered by pain and foul odors." When we feel like we're being ripped off, we literally feel disgusted -- even when it's a good deal. Poundstone equates this to the minibar experience. It's late, you're hungry, there's a Snickers right there, but you're so turned off by the price, that you starve yourself to avoid the feeling of being ripped off. The flip-side is that bargains literally make us feel good about ourselves. Even the most useless junk in the world is appealing if the price feels like a steal.

(7) We're easily made dumber by alcohol, time, decisions. When you're young and drunk at a bar, you're more likely to do stupid things with strangers. "Am I fully assessing this complex romantic situation?" is a difficult question to answer on seven glasses of wine, so we're more likely to ask ourselves a simpler question: "Is s/he hot?" When we're drunk, stressed, tired, and otherwise inattentive, we're more likely to ask and answer simple questions about buying things. Cheap candy bars and gum are situated near the check-out at grocery stores because that's where exhausted shoppers are most likely to indulge cravings without paying attention to price. Boozy lunches are good for deal-making because alcohol narrows the range of complicating factors we can hold in our heads at once. If you want somebody to take an under-examined risk, get him boozed, tired, or ego-depleted.

(8) We're pained by transaction costs... In a personal finance column here, Megan McArdle implored her readers to give up recurring payments like gym memberships and subscriptions to papers and services they don't use. "Don't buy stuff you don't consume" seems like obvious enough advice, but Megan had a great point. We're drawn to subscriptions and memberships and bundles partially because we seek to avoid transaction costs. We'd rather overpay a little than suffer the psychological pain of pulling out a wallet and watching our money go to each gym season/movie/etc.

(9) ... but we're weird about rebates and warranties. Now that I've just told you that consumers try to avoid additional payments, I should add that there are two additional payments we love: rebates and warranties. The first buys the illusion of wealth ("I'm being paid money to spend money!"). The second buys peace of mind ("Now I can own this thing forever without worrying about it!"). Both are basically tricks. "Instead of buying something and getting a rebate," Poundstone writes, "why not just pay a lower price in the first place?' 
"[Warranties] make no rational sense," Harvard economist David Cutler told the Washington Post. "The implied probability that [a product] will break has to be substantially greater than the risk that you can't afford to fix it or replace it. If you're buying a $400 item, for the overwhelming number of consumers that level of spending is not a risk you need to insure under any circumstances."

(10) We're obsessed with the number 9. Up to 65 percent of all retail prices end in the number 9. Why? Everybody knows that $20 and $19.99 are the same thing. But the number 9 tells us something simple: This thing is discounted. This thing is cheap. This thing was priced by somebody who knows you like things discounted and cheap. In other words, 9 has transcended the status of charm price to become a cable of silent understanding between buyer and seller that a product is being priced competitively and fairly. Putting a 9 on a shell-fish platter at a high-end restaurant is ridiculous. Nobody spending $170 on lobster is looking for a discount. But the same person shopping for underwear is (research has shown, again and again) more likely to buy a product that ends in 9. Remember: Shopping is an attention game. Consumers aren't just hunting for products. They're hunting for clues that products are worth buying. In the number 9, the bargain-hunter/discount-gatherer corner of our brain spots a pluckable deal.

(11) We're compelled by a strong sense of fairness. I've already explained how our brains light up differently based on seeing a bargain vs. a rip-off. The shopper's brain is motivated by a sense of fairness. Again, it comes back to the idea that we don't know what things should cost, and so we use cues to tell us what we ought to pay for them. An experiment by the economist Dan Ariely tells the story beautifully. Ariely pretended he was giving a poetry recital. He told one group of students that the tickets cost money and another group that they would be paid to attend. Then he revealed to both groups that the recital was free. The first group was anxious to attend, believing they were getting something of value for free. The second group mostly declined, believing they were being forced to volunteer for the same event without compensation. 

What's a poetry recital by a behavioral economist worth? The students had no idea. That's the point. I don't know, either. That's also the point. What's a button-up shirt "worth"? What's a cup of coffee "worth"? What's a life insurance policy "worth"? Who knows! Most of us don't. As a result, the shopping brain uses only what is knowable: visual clues, triggered emotions, comparisons, ratios, and a sense of bargain vs. rip-off. We're not stupid. Just susceptible.

Friday, July 6, 2012

Funny wordings

..... Teaser ......

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Wednesday, July 4, 2012

Nifsyu Sya'aban



Learn to appreciate what you have




tu yg selalu kita terlepas pandang. take things for granted utk yg ada depan mata. always searching for the unknown n unsure. itulah perangai manusia. searching for the best tanpa memikirkan utk improvise yg ada..

sy pun selalu begitu. selalu looking n looking.....

Sunday, June 24, 2012

rethink




so?

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Thursday, June 21, 2012

reality quote


where are you?

Peace of Mind

Dear Blog,

i just wanna say that i'm sorry coz lama dah x menulis at your dashboard. biasa la byk pikir. at last i took drastic change. i quit my job. yes! i quit my job without having any bakup of anything. i know it will impact my life for sure. life ain't be the same anymore.

at 1st it is quit scary. after thorough and detail discussion with my other half, memula dia x berapa berkenan but i state my reasons why and i give 6 months as probationary period for me go get something, last2 dia kata ok lah. bersetuju dalam keterpaksaan hehe.

there are few reasons why i do this.
1. penat dah keje opis hour but kua matahari xde, balik matahari pun xde
2. opis work yg x penah abis
3. buat keje sama dari mula keje 1997 till now
4. melayan manusia yg berbagai bentuk
5. bla bla bla

kalu nak cari reasons, mmg banyak but the real reason among others..
1. nak $$$ berdasarkan usaha sendiri. biar sikit tp usaha sendiri.

now, minda rasa lega. rasa bule berpikir panjang. planning apa dihadapan. hopefully it will materialize. doakan usaha sy diberkati. sy x minta byk as long as bule cover basic needs pun dah cukup.

notis tender is 2 months and it will end on 31/7/2012. ada beberapa mende bule dibuat;
1. jual software EHS management system thru greentagpro.
2. jadi freelance trainer

and semalam sy ada discuss ngan jaki. dia bagi new way of making money, i.e. buat recruitment and consultant.

we had long discussion smalam. planning bermula dari nak setup company sampai ke businee plan. it is very productive discussion semalam. hopefully yang ni bule bergerak sama ngan apa yg dirancang.

as least i try kan. kalu x mencuba mana tau. maybe i'm a fool sbb buat decision gini tp sy rasa ni dah high time utk sy decide for my life. rasa hidup kena sergah baru bule pikir. kalu asyik berlindung dengan complaisant life je pun x kemana.

kwn sy pun ada kata i'm bold. berani decide. dia pun nak sy berjaya. sy amat berterima kasih ngan dia sbb dia ada bersama thru my thick n thin.

now minda rasa lega. byk mende baru bule pikir. dulu dok semak ngan koje haha. as graph below said.... 


the more simple hidup, the more kita dpt peace of mind. patutlah org dulu2 hidup simple but bahagia.

sincerely yours
kopi o


Monday, June 11, 2012

Truth quote


Bravery is required

Ingatan

Dari BBM Lukhman S

Setiap kesilapan yang kita tersilap buat akan diingat sampai mati
Manakala yang baik tak akan dikenang
Walau pun sekali
Yang terbilang kesilapan
Yang terhalang kejujuran
Itulah kehidupan

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Tuesday, June 5, 2012

Doa

Ihsan dari Lukhman S BB:

Doa adalah lagu hati,
bisik hati,
suara hati,
yang membimbing ke arah singgahsana Tuhan
meskipun pun masih ada suara ribuan orang yang sedang meratap.
Mungkin mata kita perlu dibersihkan dengan air mata kita
Biar sesekali sehingga mata kita dapat melihat kehidupan dengan pandangan yang lebih jelas lagi.
Oleh itu ber DOA lah dengan harapan,
linangan airmata dan bersungguh sungguh dengan hati yang tenang.
Biarlah Tuhan kesihan melihat kita berDOA.
Sesungguhnya Tuhan tidak pernah memungkiri janji
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Wednesday, May 23, 2012

adakah kita menegur atau menyindir?


Setiap manusia yang diciptakan sama sahaja, masing-masing ada kelebihan dan kekurangan, mempunyai hati dan perasaan. Adakalanya kita ketawa, sedih dan menangis. Ada yang mudah tersinggung dan terasa hati. Bezanya adalah cara mengawalnya.

Terasa hati? Dengan rakan-rakan? Dengan orang tersayang? Dengan keluarga? Adakah melalui teguran atau sindiran?

Teguran selalunya berlaku dalam kalangan keluarga dan rakan-rakan. Ia akan terjadi di kalangan orang yang rapat dengan kita. Ada jenis teguran secara nasihat-menasihati dan ada juga jenis teguran secara sindir-menyindir. Yang baiknya ialah menegur dengan cara menasihati, dan yang buruknya ialah menegur secara menyindir. Tetapi, siapakah yang sanggup menegur dengan cara menasihati?

Hanya segelintir sahaja daripada kita yang sanggup menegur secara menasihati. Selebihnya  lebih suka menegur secara halus iaitu dengan cara sindiran. Adakah mereka sudah merasakan diri mereka sudah mulia ataupun mereka melakukannya secara tidak sedar?

Sindiran itu sangatlah tajam yang boleh meresap menusuk ke dasar qalbu serta mengusik jiwa kita. Perbuatan sindiran inilah yang mengakibatkan kepincangan dalam sesuatu perhubungan yang telah lama terbina dan akibat daripada perbuatan buruk inilah menjadikan kebencian si penyindir membuak-buak apabila isu sensitif di besar-besarkan.

Sindiran ini juga memberi kesan negatif terhadap si penerima sindiran. Berkemungkinan si penerima sindiran pada permulaannya berdiam diri dan memendam perasaannya, tetapi apabila tiba masanya, dia akan menjadi berdendam kepada si penyindir. Pada masa inilah si penerima sindiran akan meluahkan dan mengungkit-ungkit apa yang dipendamnya selama ini.

Pepatah mengatakan, "Lidah itu tidak bertulang" tetapi disebabkan lidahlah membuak-buaknya api permusuhan manusia. Hanya disebabkan satu perkataan sahaja, membuatkan hati yang mendengarnya terluka dan sesuatu ukhuwah yang dijalinkan menjadi berantakan.

Justeru, marilah kita sama-sama mengubah diri kita, mengubah gaya hidup, saling hormat-menghormati hak sesama kita, membudayakan sifat saling nasihat-menasihati, serta menegur dengan cara yang berhikmah agar orang yang ditegur dapat menerimanya dengan hati yang terbuka. Tetapi, tegur itu biarlah kena pada masa dan tempatnya.

Iman Syafie' berkata, "Nasihatilah diriku dikala aku sendirian, janganlah kau menasihatiku ditengah keramaian kerana nasihat di hadapan umum adalah sebahagian dari penghinaan yang tidak suka aku mendengarnya. Jika engkau enggan dan tetap melanggar kata-kataku, maka engkau jangan menyesal jika aku enggan menurutimu."


Biarlah kita menegurnya bukan di kalangan ramai orang kerana menegur di tempat ramai orang boleh menjatuhkan air muka seseorang. Kita telah memalukannya di hadapan orang ramai. Apakah perasaan kita apabila kita berada di tempat mereka? Renung-renungkanlah.

Buangkanlah sifat mencari kesalahan dan menyalahkan orang lain. Tutuplah aib mereka jika kita tidak mahu menampakkan aib kita kepada orang lain. Jika kita berubah untuk menjadi baik kerana Allah, Allah akan menghantar orang-orang baik untuk bersama kita.

Jikalau kita asyik menyindir orang, tidak mustahil juga suatu hari nanti, orang yang kita sindir itu  akan menjadi individu terbaik dan terhebat daripada kita. Pada masa itulah kita akan merasa sangat-sangat bersalah dan kesal di atas perbuatan yang kita lakukan terhadap orang yang kita sindir pada suatu ketika dahulu.

Maafkanlah dengan menerima segala kekurangan yang ada pada mereka. Ingatlah kebaikan orang lain terhadap kita, dan janganlah mengungkit-ungkit kebaikan kita terhadap orang lain. Maafkanlah dan lupakan setiap kesalahan yang orang lakukan terhadap kita. Dengan melupakan kejahatan orang terhadap kita, maka timbullah perasaan kasih sayang yang terpancar dalam diri dan akan menarik perhatian orang untuk menyayangi kita.

Friday, May 18, 2012

Doa

Ya ALLAH janganlah tinggalkan kami di tempat kami berada ini dengan keadaan berdosa melainkan ENGKAU mengampuninya, dan jangan tingggalkan kami dalam keadaan bersusah hati melainkan ENGKAU hilangkan dukacita kami, dan janganlah tinggalkan kami berhutang melainkan ENGKAU tunaikannya, dan jangan ENGKAU tinggalkan kami melakukan kejahatan melainkan engkau palingkan darinya , dan jangan tinggalkan kami dalam keadaan berpenyakit melainkan engkau sembuhkan serta mengafiatkannya , dan jangan ENGKAU tinggalkan kami diuji , melainkan ENGKAU hapuskan keburokkan itu daripada kami, dan jangan tinggalkan kami dalam kesesatan melainkan engkau berikan kami hidayah dan jangan ENGKAU tinggalkan ibu bapa kami melarat melainkan ENGKAU rahmati ke atas mereka dan jangan ENGKAU biarkan anak anak kami melampaui batas melainkan ENGKAU tariknya ke landasan yg haq AMEEN AMEEN
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Sunday, May 13, 2012

Penawar Kasih

Ihsan dari Lukhman S....
 
Lilin yang membakar diri
Dan sudi menerangi
Dan juga menemani
Di sebalik kabus wajah yang tersembunyi
Ada titis air mata yang membasahi
Engkau lindungi
 
Tabah walaupun diuji
Dengan rela hati mu
Menempuh segalanya
 
Apa yang engkau lakukan
Tiada paksaan
Atas rasa kasih sayang 
Dan kejujuran
Itulah lambang jadi pedoman
 
Engkau seumpama air
Lembut dan tenang mengalir
Bisa mengalihkan gunung tegap berdiri
Malah engkau melembutkan hati
Yang dilanda duka
Dengan kata kata
 
Andai hati ku retak seribu
Kau cantum kembali tanpa rasa jemu
Bagaimana untuk membalasnya
Memang tak terbalas
Budi mu yang ikhlas
Hanya doa sebagai pengganti
Yang harum mewangi
Dipersada hati
DUHAI BONDA.........
 
Ilham rasa: Lukhman S 
(untuk mereka yang bergelar BONDA, IBU, MAMA,EMAK, UMI

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Friday, May 11, 2012

Sogo sale

... lautan manusia bila ada nama SALE!

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Thursday, May 10, 2012

Three things in life

.... and I agree :)

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When things go wrong

Poem from somewhere......


As they sometimes will,
When the road you're trudging seems all uphill,
When the funds are low and the debts are high,
And you want to smile but you have to sigh,
When care is pressing you down a bit...
Rest if you must -- but don't you quit.

Life is queer with its twists and turns,
As every one of us sometimes learns,
And many a failure turns about,
When he might have won if he'd stuck it out.
Don't give up, though the pace seems slow
You may succeed with another blow.

Often the goal is nearer than
It seems to a faint and faltering man;
Often the struggler has given up
When he might have captured the victor's cup,
And he learned too late, when the night slipped down,
How close he was to the golden crown.

Success is failure turned inside out,
The silver tint of the clouds of doubt,
And you never can tell how close you are,
It may be near when it seems afar,
So stick to the fight when you're hardest hit,
It's when things go wrong ... That you mustn't quit."

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Quote from famous people

IN A DAY, WHEN YOU DON'T COME ACROSS ANY PROBLEMS - YOU CAN BE SURE THAT YOU ARE TRAVELLING IN A WRONG PATH - SWAMI VIVEKANANDA

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3 SENTENCES FOR GETTING SUCCESS
a) KNOW MORE THAN OTHER
B) WORK MORE THAN OTHER
C) EXPECT LESS THAN OTHER

- WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE

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IF YOU WIN YOU NEED NOT EXPLAIN ... BUT IF YOU LOSE YOU SHOULD NOT BE THERE TO EXPLAIN - ADOLF HITLER

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DON'T COMPARE YOURSELF WITH ANYONE IN THIS WORLD. IF YOU DO SO, YOU ARE INSULTING YOURSELF ? - ALEN STRIKE

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IF WE CANNOT LOVE THE PERSON WHOM WE SEE, HOW CAN WE LOVE GOD,WHOM WE CANNOT SEE ? - MOTHER TERESA

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NO MAN IS RICH ENOUGH TO BUY HIS PAST - OSCAR WILDE

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IF YOU WANT REAL PEACE DON'T TALK TO YOUR FRIENDS, TALK WITH YOUR ENEMIES - MOTHER TERESA

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WINNING DOESN' T ALWAYS MEAN BEING FIRST, WINNING MEANS YOU'RE DOING BETTER THAN YOU 'VE DONE BEFORE - BONNIE BLAIR

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EVERYONE THINKS OF CHANGING THE WORLD, BUT NO ONE THINKS OF CHANGING HIMSELF - LEO TOLSTOY

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I WILL NOT SAY I FAILED 1000 TIMES , I WILL SAY THAT I DISCOVERED THERE ARE 1000 WAYS THAT CAN CAUSE FAILURE - THOMAS EDISON

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BELIEVING EVERYBODY IS DANGEROUS; BELIEVING NOBODY IS VERY DANGEROUS - ABRAHAM LINCOLN

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IF SOMEONE FEELS THAT THEY HAD NEVER MADE A MISTAKE IN THEIR LIFE,THEN IT MEANS THEY HAD NEVER TRIED A NEW THING IN THEIR LIFE - EINSTEIN

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NEVER BREAK FOUR THINGS IN YOUR LIFE TRUST, PROMISE, RELATION, HEART BECAUSE WHEN THEY BREAK THEY DON'T MAKE NOISE BUT PAINS A LOT - CHARLES

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IF YOU START JUDGING PEOPLE YOU WILL BE HAVING NO TIME TO LOVE THEM - MOTHER TERESA

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Wednesday, May 9, 2012

A friend is...

... someone who knows all about you

A friend is someone who knows all about you, and loves you just the same.

Tell me whom you love and I will tell you who you are.

Happiness is the china shop; love is the bull.

Love is, above all, the gift of oneself.

Three grand essentials to happiness in this life are something to do, something to love, and something to hope for.

>>> From fb page of a friend

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Tuesday, May 8, 2012

Aku pun tahu

Inspired from BBM status.... Among fav songs from otai group....


Wings - Aku Pun Tahu

Nada yang engkau lafazkan
Timbulkan sangsi
Hinggakan memaksa aku
Bertanya lagi

Adakah engkau masih
Merasakan cintaku
Atau sudah bosan
Dengan cara hidupku

Aku pun tahu
Kesalahanku
Meninggalkanmu
Selalu

Adakah kita berbeza
Dengan cara begini
Tiadakah jawapannya
Agar cinta punya erti

Engkau punya cita-cita
Aku punya mimpi
Dapat kita mendirikan
Percantuman mahligai cita-cita
Dan mimpi

Nada apa itu
Yang bermain di benakku
Nada percantumankah
Yang kurindu darimu

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Wednesday, May 2, 2012

Ucaplah

..... moga mendapat keberkatan

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Tuesday, May 1, 2012

Friday, April 27, 2012

Jualan Hari Wesak

Tempat : Hadapan Summit USJ
Masa : Tah (gerai tengah setup)

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