Thursday, March 19, 2009

Everyday Inspiration

What is everyday inspiration? Everyday inspiration is opening to the experience of unusual activity or creativity during the course of our daily routines. This inspiration can come from nature, family members, colleagues, the list is limitless.

Everyday Inspiration by Gina Mausner.

- Be with inspiring peoples.

- Have inspired moments.

- Focus on inspired thoughts.

- Be grateful.

- Inspire others.

- Celebrate.


Me? Inspiration comes from you dear.. Ya.. You.. =) Every minute is spoken for us.
Who’s doing the speaking? The universe? Your supervisor? Your self? Why not take time to listen... Shh.

Inspiration is important because it opens us to possibilities before unseen.

"Life is a creative outlet!"

Let's have a Better Life, inspiring!
You're my inspiration.. =)

Monday, March 16, 2009

Datang & Pergi. Itu Lumrah.

Gembira mereka kala aku tiada,

Bersyukur aku kala mereka berfikiran sebegitu,

Setidaknya, aku tidak membebankan. Aku tidak menyusahkan.

Bagus fikirku. Ini dahulunya satu bebanan buat mereka, kini tiada.

Alhamdulillah, terpacul bicara.

Beban ini hanya untuk aku. Bukan mereka.

Terima Kasih Allah. Kau buka jalan untuk mereka.

Maafkan aku semua. Aku beban kamu.

* Aku menunggu untuk hari aku. InsyaAllah.

Monday, March 9, 2009

Maulidur Rasul

Taken from flickr

From Mr. Wiki

Mawlid (Eid Milad an Nabi) (Turkish: Mevlid) (Qur'anic Arabic: مَوْلِدُ آلنَبِيِّ‎ mawlidu n-nabiyyi, “Birth of the Prophet” Standard Arabic: مولد النبي mawlid an-nabī, sometimes simply called in colloquial Arabic مولد , mawlid, múlid, mulud, milad among other vernacular pronunciations) is a term used to refer to the observance of the birthday of the Islamic prophet Muhammad which occurs in Rabi' al-awwal, the third month in the Islamic calendar. The origins of the observance can be traced back to the Fatimid dynasty in eleventh century Egypt, four centuries after the death of Muhammad as a Shia ruling class festival.

Taken from flickr

Today is the day. A few of people didn't celebrate it. And they ask me so many question about it. I'm not good in this but what can I do it's just do a research and give you my opinion in that.

In this country we call it Maulud Nabi or Maulidur Rasul. According to historians, the Fatimides were the first to celebrate the Prophet's birthday. Qalqashandi, in his book Subh Al-A`sha, says that the Fatimides used to make a huge celebration in Egypt and distribute large amounts of sweets for the occasion. Actually, the Fatimides used to celebrate the birthdays of other members of the Prophet's family and they also celebrated Christ's birthday.

However, all of these celebrations were stopped in 488 upon an order from Caliph Al-Musta`li billah appointed as prime minister Al-Afdal Shahindah, son of Commander-in-chief Badr Al-Jamali, a powerful man who conformed to the Sunnah as stated by Ibn Al-Atheer in his book Al-Kamel, volume 8, page 302.

Someone ask me about the celebration. Should we celebrate Prophet's birthday or not?

I don't know what to say but in my view this is good to celebrate Prophet's birthday for us to remember him or to remind us the days of Allah SWT. Celebrating such a religious occasion is recommended especially nowadays for youth have become forgetful of these religious occasions and their significance because they have indulged in other celebrations.

Celebrating such a great event should be done through reading more about the Prophet's Sunnah and life, building mosques, religious institutes and doing other forms of charity work that remind people of the Prophet's life and his struggle.

Therefore, it is permissible to celebrate the Prophet's birthday as an expression of our love to him and our endeavor to follow him as an example provided that these celebrations do not involve any of the prohibited things. Some prohibited things are improper intermingling between men and women, behaving improperly at mosques and partaking in innovations such as worshiping at tombs and other things that violate the teachings of Islam. If such previously mentioned violations surpass the religious benefit realized from these celebrations, then they should be stopped in order to prevent harm and wrongdoing as indicated in the Syariah.

So what do you think?

"The days of Allah' are Allah's Blessings and Signs, and the Prophet's birth is a great bliss." (Al-Alusi's Ruh Al-Ma`ani)

Salam Maulidur Rasul.

Sunday, March 8, 2009

Blogger Gathering - 7 March 2009

Firstly, I would like to say thanks to the organizer, Dr Sam and wife for this great meeting among the bloggers and thanks for the very-cute-creative-gift!

Thanks to Kak Maria for the great conversation we had. Thanks to Kak Maria's husband, little blogger, Adam & Ayesha and Juita for joining us. Nice meeting all of you and thanks Cahaya, Teja, Farah, Nadiah & Kama for the 'concert' session after the meeting. You guys ROCK!! Huhu~

Ok, so this is Dr Sam's wife, Kak Zayda with Ayesha (Where is the handsome one, Dr Sam ?) Ohh.. We forgot to snap his picture because he's the one with the camera. Next time we'll snap a lot picture of him..

Kak Maria and her husband, Abg Faizal. It was a very good-nice-and-supporting husband you have Kak Maria!

From left Juita, Teja and Kama. Nice meeting all of you guys! Teja, Juita & Kama, join us lagi ek next time! ** Teja and Kama nih ade bakat menyanyi rupanya! Huhu~

From left Nadiah and Farah. You are late! Huhu~ Farah, thanks for the great 'concert' we have and Nadiah, good luck with your LiverFool. Ops.. Haha.

Me and Cahaya. Kat siapa la Cahaya geram tuh? =)

It was a great meeting new people in our life and I'm really grateful that Allah still give me an opportunity to meet new people everyday in my life. Thank you guys!

See you next week! =)


Monday, March 2, 2009


Not with regular first team but still can win the Carling Cup Final at Wembley Stadium.

Man Utd win 4-1 on penalties againts Spurs.
And thanks to man of the match, Ben Foster for his great performance!!

Glory glory Man Utd... 3 cups to go.