Sebesar manakah dosa ku?
Adakah aku membunuh keluargamu? Mengkhianati kamu?
Mencuri harta kamu?
Sampai bila baru kamu berpuas hati? Sampai semua adik beradik melutut di kaki kamu kah?
Sampai bila kamu mahu membela ego kamu?
Sampai kami semua mati tubuh hancur musnah kah?
Apa yang kamu akan dapat dengan pengakhiran kami?
Kamu mahu jadi umat Muhammad atau umat Firaun?
Thursday, 24 December 2015
Sebesar manakah dosa ku?
Sunday, 14 June 2015
Thursday, 11 June 2015
Recently I went to a talk and, one of the point is how we should be thankful. We met a kind person who helped us to get out from an immensely tight situation, we would be very thankful to that person. We would probably paid him some cash or set a relationship with him/her. Then think about Allah who is more than that. Allah who lets our heartbeat continues and takes care of every little things in our life.
Try to pray with this mindset that we pray, as an act to be very thankful to Allah SWT, rather than fullfilling an obligation. Feel the difference. Feel that Allah is near. Feel that we miss Allah, and death is the only door we could meet Allah.
Friday, 20 February 2015
Saya ada aplikasi jam loceng di telefon pintar.
Nama aplikasi tersebut "Extreme Alarm Clock".
Setiap pagi ia akan menjerit dan saya mesti menyelesaikan soalan matematik mudah supaya, tidur semua orang aman. haha.
Pagi tadi, dalam separuh sedar, lebih kurang empat kali cubaan baru dapat jawapan yang betul.
Soalannya ialah 43+47 = ?
Sunday, 29 June 2014
Thursday, 26 June 2014
Everytime, always. Allah is the most gentle to me. He knows I could not handle sudden loss, so He let my mother introduced the idea of death early on during my childhood. He knows I am not strong like other people He tested with tragic. He let me do and explore my way first before I finally see and learnt and returned to His path. He nurtured me around the warmest friends and families available. He will always be the Most Loving, Ar Rahman, Ar Rahim. The one that know me most, the one that always be there everytime I pray iyyaka na'budu wa iyyaka nasta 'een. No other joy could defeat the joy of having a God.
Tuesday, 24 June 2014
I am sure by now, everyone has heard about the 15 years old teenager with Cerebral Palsy. He was found locked in his own home with the condition one could not fathom the logic of reason for one that is living with his own mom. The mother is a single parent. The father of the teenager has been missing and does not care for the kid.
Let us revise back the points in our Prophet's SAW last ever speech.
1. To avoid riba
2. To protect the women
3. To feed and cloth the people in need.
4. Do not tell lies
5. Do not take things from others.
What has been done is done. I too could not help to judge the mother, the neighbor, the friends, the family. May Allah forgive me for being judgemental. May Allah forgive us if this situation is a result in our negligence to take care of point no (2) and point no (3).
Lets take action of the points and spread the words around as the Prophet SAW strongly reminded us to do so. Lets avoid riba. Lets start to friend the next door neigbor. Lets be an ear to friend's and colleagues issues and help them to find solutions.
Lets take action with our own hands and feet as for when we are to be questioned by Allah later, I am sure we will never answer with "it is the mother's responsibility" or "the government is not doing enough!" or "I already commented in facebook!". The hands and feet are going to answer the question for us.