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Saturday, March 26, 2005

The Best Time For Asking Allah (Dua' / Supplication)

THE BEST TIME FOR ASKING ALLAH (DUA / SUPPLICATION)

Middle of the night:

The Messenger (Peace and Blessing be upon him) said: "The Gates of Heaven are open at midnight, and a caller calls, 'Is there a supplicant that his supplication may be granted? Is there a petitioner that his petition maybe granted? Is there a distressed person so that his distress may be removed?' At that time, no Muslim makes a Dua but that it is answered, except for an adulteress who trades with her body, or a person who gathers his money unlawfully." [Sahih al-Jami' 2968]

At the time of Azan and between it and the Iqamah:

The Messenger (Peace and Blessings Be upon Him) said: "A Dua between Azan and the Iqamat is not refused, so make du'a at that time." [Ibn Khuzaymah, Ibn Hibban]

The Messenger (Peace and Blessing Be upon Him) said: "Two kinds of du'a are not rejected - or rarely are they rejected - du'a at the time of the call for prayer, and du'a at the time of fighting when the warriors are engaged with each other." [Abu Dawud]

On Friday after 'Asr The Messenger (Peace and Blessings Be upon Him) said: "Friday has twelve periods. Among them is a period when no Muslim asks Allah for anything but He grants it to him. Search for that period late after 'Asr." [Sahihal-Jami' 8402]

When it is raining:

The Messenger (Peace and Blessings Be upon Him) said: "Two kinds of du'a are not rejected: du'a at the time of the call for prayer, and du'a during rain." [Abu Dawud]

Being a parent, while fasting and while travelling:

The Messenger (sallallaahu 'alaihi wa sallam) said: "Three types of du'a are undoubtedly granted: a parent's du'a for his children, du'a of a fasting person, and du'a of the traveller." [Abu Dawud]

While Making Sujood:

The Prophet (Peace and Blessings Be upon Him) said: "The servant is closest to his Lord while in sujud, so ask Allah in that time."

Laylatul-Qadr:

Aisha asked the Prophet (Peace and Blessings Be upon Him) What should I say on Laylatil-qadr? And he replied, O Allah, indeed you are a Pardoner,and you love pardon; so pardon me "Allahuma inaka afuuin tuhibul afua Fahafu Anni" .

Friday, March 25, 2005

10 Jenis Solat Yang Tidak Diterima Oleh Allah s.w.t

Rasulullah S.A.W. telah bersabda yang bermaksud : "Sesiapa yang memelihara solat, maka solat itu sebagai cahaya baginya, petunjuk dan jalan selamat dan barangsiapa yang tidak memelihara solat, maka sesungguhnya solat itu tidak menjadi cahaya, dan tidak juga menjadi petunjuk dan jalan selamat baginya." (Tabyinul Mahaarim)

Rasulullah S.A.W telah bersabda bahwa : "10 orang solatnya tidak diterima oleh Allah S.W.T, antaranya :

1. Orang lelaki yang solat sendirian tanpa membaca sesuatu.
2. Orang lelaki yang mengerjakan solat tetapi tidak mengeluarkan zakat.
3. Orang lelaki yang menjadi imam, padahal orang yang menjadi makmum membencinya.
4. Orang lelaki yang melarikan diri.
5. Orang lelaki yang minum arak tanpa mahu meninggalkannya (Taubat).
6. Orang perempuan yang suaminya marah kepadanya.
7. Orang perempuan yang mengerjakan solat tanpa memakai tudung.
8. Imam atau pemimpin yang sombong dan zalim menganiaya.
9. Orang-orang yang suka makan riba'.
10. Orang yang solatnya tidak dapat menahannya dari melakukan perbuatan yang keji dan mungkar."

Sabda Rasulullah S.A.W yang bermaksud : "Barang siapa yang solatnya itu tidak dapat menahannya dari melakukan perbuatan keji dan mungkar, maka sesungguhnya solatnya itu hanya menambahkan kemurkaan Allah S.W.T dan jauh dari Allah."

Hassan r.a berkata : "Kalau solat kamu itu tidak dapat menahan kamu dari melakukan perbuatan mungkar dan keji, maka sesungguhnya kamu dianggap orang yang tidak mengerjakan solat. Dan pada hari kiamat nanti solatmu itu akan dilemparkan semula ke arah mukamu seperti satu bungkusan kain tebal yang buruk."

Thursday, March 24, 2005

Masih ada kah?

Pada masa dahulu ada seorang jejaka yang selalu menghabiskan masanya di perpustakaan pada waktu lapang. Dia amat suka membaca novel & buku cerita sehingga suatu hari dia telah terjumpa sebuah novel yang ada tertulis nama & alamat seorang gadis di salah satu muka suratnya. Tertulis disitu "Catrina...kesepian & perlukan sahabat".

Tergerak hati jejaka untuk mengutus surat kepada si gadis. Setelah pulang ke rumah, jejaka itu menulis surat untuk memberitahu niat ingin berkawan dengan gadis itu. Beberapa hari kemudian si jejaka mendapat balasan daripada gadis bahawa dia juga bersetuju untuk berkawan dengan si jejaka.

Hari betukar minggu dan minggu bertukar bulan. Persahabatan mula bertukar kepada perasaan sayang. Namun begitu masing-masing masih belum bertemu. Si jejaka ingin sekali bertemu si gadis dan begitu juga dengan si gadis. Walaupun kedua-keduanya masih belum melihat rupa masing-masing, tapi perasaan sayang tetap berbuku di hati.

Sehingga suatu hari, si jejaka d ipanggil oleh bala tentera untuk pergi ke medan perang. Si jejaka amat susah hati kerana dia takut sekiranya dia tidak akan mungkin bertemu dengan si gadis. Maka diutuskannya surat berbunyi "kalau Tuhan panjangkan jodoh kita, dan kamu masih sayang padaku,kita berjumpalah di stesen keretapi di bandar kamu pada hari perang diumumkan tamat nanti. Aku akan memakai pakaian tenteraku dan membawa sekuntum mawar berwarna merah. Aku akan mengenali kamu sekiranya kamu juga memegang bunga mawar merah. Setelah itu izikanlah aku membawa mu makan malam dan bertemu orang tuaku."

Maka pergi lah jejaka ke
medan perang setelah mengutuskan surat
itu...

Beberapa bulan kemudian...

Pada hari pengumuman perang tamat, si jejaka pergi ke stesen keretapi di bandar tempat si gadis tinggal sambil memegang bunga di tangan. Dilihatnya seorang demi seorang gadis yang lalu sekiranya dia turut memegang bunga.

Tiba-tiba.. si jejaka ternampak seorang gadis yang agak berisi dan duduk di kerusi roda sambil melihat sekeliling. Kakinya kudung dan tangannya cacat sebelah... sebelah lagi tangannya memegang sekuntum bunga mawar berwarna merah... Si jejaka agak terkejut tetapi dia memberanikan diri menghampiri si gadis.

"Catrina?" Gadis itu melihat ke arah si jejaka dan tersenyum. Si jejaka terus menghulurkan bunga mawar kepada si gadis dan berkata "aku amat merinduimu. Terimalah bunga ini dan pelawaan ku untuk makan malam. Orang tuaku tidak sabar untuk bertemu denganmu.." sambil kemudian mencium tangannya. Si gadis itu terus bersuara.."aku tidak tahu apa yang terjadi. Tapi ada seorang gadis cantik memberikan bunga ini kepadaku sebentar tadi. Dia menyuruhku memberitahu kamu bahawa di sedang menunggu kamu di restoran dekat stesen ini sekiranya kamu mempelawaku makan malam dan bertemu orang tuamu....."

Berapa ramaikah manusia yang sesuci hati jejaka ini? Dia melihat kepada hati dan bukan kepada rupa.. dia telah mengotakan janji nya dan tetap berpegang kepada perasaan sayang walaupun pada mulanya dia menjangkakan gadis cacat itu adalah Catrina... Sesungguhnya semua manusia harus berfikir seperti dia...


Adakah lagi insan seperti lelaki ini di dunia ini???? Menerima
seadanya...dgn hati yg tulus dan ikhlas......... fikir2kanlah....

Monday, March 21, 2005

Decide to be rich

by Robert Kiyosaki


Today, because of the multitude of choices we all have, it is easy to get distracted from where we want to go in life. I offer you a few suggestions on how to find your path and stay on your path to great wealth, if you should choose to do so. One night in 1975, I sat in my little apartment and began to choose the path I was now to take. I had to again decide which dad’s path I would follow, my rich dad’s or my poor dad’s. I had been off track for 10 years and it was now time to get back on track. These are some of the decisions I made and have continued to make over the years. Ten Decisions You Need to Make to Get Rich

Step One: Decide to Be Rich
That night in 1975, I had to stop feeling sorry for myself and decide again to be rich. I went over some of the lessons my rich dad had given me - lessons that were more important than money, because they would ultimately create the financial empire I wanted. I sat quietly that night and my lessons began all over again. I could hear my rich dad talking. “The only difference between the rich, poor and middle class,” he said, “is the kind of lifestyle they want. You don’t have to be psychic to tell a person’s future. If you listen to the words a person uses, they will tell you their future.”

Rich Dad believed that words were a person’s most important tool. He constantly reminded me to watch the words I spoke, simply because he believed that the words you speak and the words you think ultimately become the world you live in. He often quoted the Old Testament: “And the word became flesh”. So that night, I remembered Rich Dad reminding me to listen to different people’s words. I noticed that poor people often said:
“I just want enough money to pay the rent.”
“I need a few dollars to get to the next pay day.”
“After I pay my bills, I don't know how my family can afford to eat.”


People who used words such as these, often focused only on financial survival. Rich Dad often referred to these people as “poor” people, because they were poor managers of money. So a person who thought or spoke words such as these was constantly fighting for financial survival, regardless of how much money they made.
The middle class used different words because they had different ideas about how to use their money:
“Our home is our most important asset and our largest single investment.”
“We’re setting a few dollars aside every month, so we can afford the down payment on our dream home.”
“We’re saving money for our children’s college education and our retirement.”

I noticed that the middle class focused on comfort. That is why so many of them say, “I don’t want to be rich. I just want to be comfortable.”

That night, I recalled the words my rich dad’s rich friends used:
“How did you finance your shopping centre? Did you syndicate it with a joint venture partnership or did you go to a hard money lender for the interim money?”
“My underwriter has a new private placement, pre-IPO offering. Do you want a position in it?”
“I bought the shares through my corporation because the long-term tax consequences are better.”


The rich used the vocabulary found in the asset column. Rich Dad said, “The rich are rich because they are not focused on day-to-day short-term survival, or the expense column as the poor are. Nor are the rich focused on comfort and the acquisition of liabilities using credit, as the middle class is. The rich are rich because they focus on the long-term acquisition of assets...assets such as stocks, bonds, businesses and income producing real estate. Many times the rich will forsake meals, a steady pay cheque, a vacation, or the comfort of a nice home, to build or acquire real assets.”

So decide to be rich, even if you are broke and penniless today. In Rich Dad Poor Dad, I wrote of the difference between being poor and being broke. Poor is a state of mind where thoughts such as “I can’t afford it” or “Live below your means” come from. Being poor is eternal but being broke is temporary. The opening chapter of The CASHFLOW Quadrant is called, “Why Don’t You Get a Job?” It begins with my wife Kim and I being homeless for about 3 weeks. Even though we were virtually out of money, we continued to strive to become rich, to build a business and invest through that business. Today, even though we have plenty of money and several businesses, nothing much has changed. We continue to build businesses, reinvest in our businesses and invest through those businesses.

In The CASHFLOW Quadrant, I wrote about Be-Do-Have. “Be” is the most important part of the three word formula. Most people want to “Have” what the rich have, but they often are not willing to do what the rich “Do” to have what the rich “Have”. So whether you have money or not, it is important to “Be” rich if you decide to do so, which means being willing to make being rich more important than merely surviving financially or being comfortable.

Step Two: Decide What Kind of Money Problems You Want
There are only two kinds of money problems: not enough money or too much money. Unfortunately, the kind of money problem most people know is not enough money.

Rich Dad stressed that his son Mike and I know not only how to make money but what to do with the money we made. Rich Dad said, “Most people know how to work for money, but they do not know how to have people and money work for them.” So he taught us how to plan on having too much money. He said, “If you want to be rich, you must make sure your excess money creates more excess money. You must know what to do with your excess money before it gets to you. Most people, when they receive any excess money, spend it foolishly or just park it in the bank.”

So decide what kind of money problems you want.

Step Three: Write Your Plan and Follow It
After choosing between being rich, poor or middle class, and then choosing between too much money or too little money, it’s time to write your plan.

If you have chosen to be rich, even though you are broke today, and have decided to have the problem of too much money, read on. If you do not plan to be rich or to have too much money, then you need not read any further.

Rich Dad’s plan started with a few basic goals: 1. Change the characteristic of your income. Start a part-time business. 2. Change the characteristic of your expenses. Convert personal expenses into business expenses. 3. Place your business inside a legal entity. 4. Have your business buy your assets. 5. Harness the power of reinvesting.

If you’re willing to be a little uncomfortable to become very rich and retire early, develop your plan — even though you may be broke, but not poor, today. And if you are already rich, Rich Dad’s plan may help you become richer and happier...even beyond your wildest dreams.

Step Four: Decide on Where You Want to do Your Banking
Rich Dad often said that you could tell the difference between the rich, poor and middle class simply by where they went to get their money or to do their banking.

Rich Dad said, “A poor man’s bank is a pawn shop.” A pawnshop lends money on “assets” that a banker would not loan money on. When a poor person is short of cash, they will often go to the pawnshop and put their chainsaw, microwave oven, jewellery, TV sets, tools, or watches up as security. The pawnshop gives them cents on the dollar, because what the poor spend their money on is not worth anything after they buy it anyway. The pawnshop makes money by charging legal usurious interest rates.

The middle class has the creditworthiness to use banks, savings and loans, or credit unions for their lines of credit. A popular form of credit for this group is the credit card, which is easy to obtain.

The rich also use banks. But they often use different banks. They use the services of investment bankers, or find private capital from wealthy individuals, or money from institutions such as pension funds, insurance companies or the stock market. The rich, if successful as business people, have fewer problems raising large sums of money and at better interest rates.

So decide where you will do your banking.

Step Five: Choose Your Friends and Partners Wisely
One of the reasons the rich get richer is because they spend time with other rich people. Most of my best investments come from my rich friends, not from my stockbrokers or real estate brokers. It is important to know if a person’s aspirations are to be rich, comfortable or simply survive. Friends who merely want to be comfortable or survive will not understand why you want to be rich and may unconsciously pull you down. And besides, the investment tips I get from people who only want to be comfortable are often tips on investments that no one else wants.

How do you find people who are rich or want to be rich? Rich Dad had a simple answer: “It’s what you know that determines who you know. If you want to change who you know, simply change what you know.” So the most important investment you can make is in your financial education and financial experience. Invest in that first and the people you spend time with will change.

Step Six: Give Yourself Time
It takes time to build a business as well as an investment portfolio. Building a business is not the same as getting a job. With a job, you expect to be paid soon after starting work. With a business, you may not be paid for years, if you are paid at all. That is why I recommend keeping your daytime job and starting a part-time business.

It is said that 90% of all businesses fail in the first 5 years. In my opinion, there are two main reasons for this sad statistic. One reason is lack of education and experience. Business is not something you can learn in school. Business is a combination of formal education, experience and guts.

The second reason is lack of money. We have heard the old cliché “Killing the goose that lays the golden egg”. When starting a business, many people kill the baby-goose before it’s old enough to lay the golden egg. In other words, most small businesses are undercapitalised, which means the new business owner tries to support him or herself and often a family on a business that is not yet up and running. So the business is drained of cash when it needs it most to grow.

Step Seven: Start Small, Dream Big
In 1975, I realised that my $700 in savings was not much when compared to Mike’s hundreds of millions of dollars, which were rapidly growing into a billion dollars. Initially, I felt like giving up, saying to myself, “What’s the use. I’ll never have more than Mike.” But then I realised that if I continued with that thought process, not only would I never have more than Mike, I would never have much of anything. I was comparing myself with Mike and trying to compete with him, rather than use him as inspiration and as a mentor. So that night I decided to dream big and start small.

Many people start small and stay small, simply because they have small dreams. In my opinion, big dreams are important because they possess ingredients vital for success: hope, desire, passion, energy, vitality, faith, drive, inspiration and creativity. These ingredients make life worth living.

So dare to dream big. Dream of all the wonderful things this world and life have to offer. Write your plan on how you can have all your dreams come true and look at the plan every day. Talk to people about your dreams, even those who criticise them. Then use their criticism to make your desire even stronger.

Step Eight: Before You Expand You Must Contract
In 1975, I knew that if I was to achieve great wealth quickly, I first needed to tighten up before I could expand. I was hurting financially because I had been sloppy with my money during the past 10 years. In college, I’d spent a lot of money just having fun. In Vietnam, I’d developed the attitude of living life to the fullest because tomorrow I could be dead. If I was going to get ahead, I first needed to pull back a little. Instead of playing golf, rugby and tennis, I focused only on rugby. Instead of spending every night in the clubs or watching television, I needed to get back to studying. Instead of trying to be everywhere and do everything, I decided to focus. I began doing more — of fewer things.

So, regardless of what you did yesterday, if you want to do better financially tomorrow, you may need to forgive your past, tighten up your activities today, so you can have a bright and prosperous tomorrow. To expand, you must first contract.

Step Nine: Get Bigger Faster
The problem with a small business or small investments such as one single family rental, is that you have to do all the work. You do all the work because there is not enough money to support paid management. So you own it and manage it. Very often, a person begins to buy real estate and soon quits because the work is hard and the pay is low. They started with a small plan and stayed small.

For business or investing to work for you, in most cases you must get big. Instead of buying only two rental properties, plan on acquiring at least 20 properties as soon as possible. (But make sure you know what you’re doing first.) With 20 properties you can afford professional management, if the cash flow is strong, or you can trade the 20 units into one larger apartment house or office building. The same goes with businesses, especially franchises etc. If you have only one franchise, you are the chief cook, bottle washer, owner and manager. If you have 20 of them, you have a chance of finding freedom faster.

The people who dream small, think small, and work small, work the hardest and are paid the least. So that night in 1975, I vowed to focus, acquire education, gain experience, start small and get big as quickly as possible.

I always remind myself of my rich dad’s words: “The bigger the asset you build, the less you work and the more money you make.”

Step Ten: The More You Share, The Richer You Become
In 1975, I knew that if I wanted to acquire great wealth quickly, I had to be a person who shared. I had to be generous. If I were greedy, stingy or tight, it would take me longer to attain great wealth. So, I decided to operate out of the B (Business Owner) quadrant, rather than follow my poor dad’s ideas on labour unions and protectionism. I knew that I needed to focus on doing more for less money, for more people. I needed to focus on sharing as much of my wealth with as many people as possible.

So Step Ten is to be generous and share. If you do that, you will become far richer than those who work only for themselves.

Every day we are presented with multiple choices, so that we must continually choose and re-choose our chosen path. If you choose to be wealthy, use these ten steps to find your path and to stay on track.

Wednesday, March 16, 2005

Manners of Reciting the Qur’an

1. Purification
Tirmidhi, in his Nawadir Al-Usul, said: The Glorious Qur’an is sacred so that one can not even touch it without being pure and safe from filth. The same is applicable upon starting to recite it. Moreover, one should use the siwak (tooth-stick) to clean and purify his mouth, as it is the way the Qur’an takes.
Yazeed Ibn Abu Malik said: Your mouths are a way taken by the Glorious Qur’an, so, clean and purify them as much as you can.  
The Glorious Qur’an is sacred, so one dress well as if he is getting prepared for meeting a royal prince, for he addresses Allah the Almighty. One should direct his face towards the Qiblah. Abu Al-`Aaliyah used to put his turban on along with his finest clothes and direct his face towards the Qiblah. [Of course, this is not required all the time].
Moreover, one should rinse his mouth whenever he clears his throat. Shu`bah narrated on the authority of Abu Hamzah after Ibn `Abbas that: “He used to have before him a bowl to rinse his mouth each time he cleared his throat, then began to make Dhikr (Remembrance of Allah). He used to do this all the time.”
In addition, one should pause or stop the recitation upon yawning because he is considered to be addressing his Lord, and that yawning is caused by Satan. Mujahed said: If you yawn while reciting the Glorious Qur’an, stop reciting till you stop yawning as a mark of your glorification of the Glorious Qur’an. And `Ikrimah said the same.  
Upon starting to recite the Glorious Qur’an, one should seek refuge with Allah the Almighty from the cursed devil by saying, “A`udhu billahi min Ash-Shaytan-ir-rajeem,” [I seek refuge with Allah from the cursed devil]. He should say: “Bismi-llah ir-Rahman ir-Raheem” (In the Name of Allah, Most Gracious, Most Merciful) if he starts the recitation from the beginning of the Surah or the location he stopped at last time.  
One should not disrupt his recitation by speaking to others unnecessarily. The Glorious Qur’an is sacred, so one should recite it in privacy in order not to be interrupted by others. By not reading in seclusion, one dismisses the seeking-of-refuge he obtained upon starting to recite.  
The Glorious Qur’an is sacred, so one should recite it very slowly and with full awareness to comprehend and understand all that he reads. Moreover, one should ask for Allah’s Grace and Bounty upon coming to a promising verse, and should seek Allah’s Refuge and Help upon coming to a threatening verse. One should take heed of its similitudes and attempt to realize their purposes. One should articulate or pronounce all its letters rightly and properly, as he is rewarded for each letter with ten blessings.  
The Glorious Qur’an is sacred, so after finishing the recitation, one should say “Allah Says the Truth”, bear witness that the Prophet, peace and blessings be upon him, has truly delivered the message, and testify that the Glorious Qur’an is all true. One should say: “Our Lord! You have said the Truth. Your messengers have delivered the message. We testify on all this. O Allah! Make us bear witness of the truth and observe justice in all our dealings.” Then, one should supplicate Allah, asking for His Grace and Bounty.
One should restart reciting the Glorious Qur’an when he comes to its end in order not to render it disused or forsaken. The Messenger of Allah, peace and blessings be upon him, when he finished reciting the Glorious Qur’an, used to read about five verses from the beginning in order not to render it deserted. Ibn `Abbas (May Allah be pleased with him) narrated that a man came and said: O Messenger of Allah! What is the best of all deeds? He said: Be like a man who is constantly on the go. The man said: what is meant by “a man on the go”? The Messenger of Allah, peace and blessings be upon him, said: He is reciter of the Glorious Qur’an who starts reciting it from the beginning to its end, then starts from its beginning once more; whenever he settles he travels again.
It is recommended to gather one’s household together upon finishing recitation of the Glorious Qur’an. Abu Bakr Al-Anbari said: Idris told us that Khalaf told us that Waki` told us on the authority of Mus`ar after Qatadah, that Anas Ibn Malik used to gather his household when he came to finish reciting the Glorious Qur’an and started to invoke Allah the Almighty.
Idris told us that Khalaf told us that Jarir told us on the authority of Mansour after Al-Hakam, who said: Mujahid, `Abdullah Ibn Ubai and others used to frequently recite the Glorious Qur’an. And when they come to finish reciting the whole Glorious Qur’an they brought us because mercy descends upon finishing recitation of the Qur’an.
Idris told us that Khalaf told us that Hasheem told us on the authority of Al-`Awwam after Ibrahim Al-Taimi, who said: The Angels pray and supplicate for the sake of those who finish reciting the Glorious Qur’an at the beginning of day till the evening comes, and for those who finish it at the beginning of evening till the day comes. He added: For this, they preferred to finish reciting it at the beginning of either day or evening.  
The Glorious Qur’an is sacred, so one should not pick up certain verses from different surahs to read. It is narrated on the authority of Allah’s Messenger, peace and blessings be upon him, that he passed by Bilal (May Allah be pleased with him) while he was reciting certain verses from each surah. He ordered him to recite the whole surah, or as was said by him, peace and blessings be upon him.  
The Glorious Qur’an is sacred, so it should not be left open when it is not in use. Nothing should be placed over it so that it is kept exalted and higher than any other book of any kind. It is not allowed for anyone to put it on the floor while reading.
If the Qur’an is written on a (chalk or white) board, one should not erase it from the board with spittle. Instead, one should wipe it with pure and clean water. And, in case one washes or wipes it with water, he should avoid pouring it out in impure places or footpaths because the remnant water is sacred as well. Our ancestors used to use that remnant water as a cure.
In addition, the Qur’an’s old and worn out leaves should not be used as covers for other leaves or books, for this seems to be severe transgression. One should not take a copy of the Qur’an for a pillow or to lean on it, nor should he hand it to others by throwing it.
Moreover, the copy of the Glorious Qur’an should not be miniaturized. Al-A`mash narrated on the authority of Ibrahim after `Ali Ibn Abi Talib (May Allah be pleased with him) who said: A copy of the Glorious Qur’an should not be miniaturized. Ibn Kathir said: It was narrated on the authority of `Umar Ibn Al-Khattab (May Allah be pleased with him) that he noticed a tiny copy of the Glorious Qur’an in the hands of a man. He asked him: Who wrote it? The man said: I did. `Umar beat him with his staff and said: Glorify the Glorious Qur’an.
It was narrated on the authority of Prophet Muhammad, peace and blessings be upon him, that he prohibited Muslims to say “musaijid” (the diminutive form of masjid “mosque”) and “musaihif” (the diminutive form of mushaf  “copy of the Qur’an”).
Also, the Glorious Qur’an is sacred, so nothing other than its sheets should be mixed with it or placed in between them. Moreover, it should not be gilded or written with gold in order not to be touched with the simple ornaments of this world. It was narrated on the authority of Mughirah after Ibrahim that he disliked to decorate the copy of the Glorious Qur’an or to write it with gold or to mark beginnings of verses or to minimize its size.
It was narrated on the authority of Abu Al-Darda’ who said: The Messenger of Allah, peace and blessings be upon him, said: If you decorate your mosques and copies of the Glorious Qur’an, the (vehement) wind will overwhelm you all.
When Ibn `Abbas saw a copy of the Glorious Qur’an decorated with silver, he said: In so doing, you will be seducing the thief, while its true ornament and decoration are within it.
In addition, it is sacred, so it should not be written on the ground or on walls as done nowadays in modern mosques. Muhammad Ibn `Ali Al-Shaqiqi narrated on the authority of his father after `Abdullah Ibn Al-Mubarak after Sufian after Muhammad Ibn Al-Zubair, who said: I listened to `Umar Ibn `Abdul-`Aziz while narrating hadiths of the Prophet, peace and blessings be upon him, saying: The Messenger of Allah, peace and blessings be upon him, passed by some writings on the ground and said to a young man from the Huzail tribe: What is this? The young man said: Some part of the Glorious Qur’an, written by a Jew. The Prophet, peace and blessings be upon him, said: May Allah the Almighty curse him (the one) who did so. Do not place the Book of Allah in other than its proper place.
Muhammad Ibn Al-Zubair said: Once, `Umar Ibn `Abdul-`Aziz saw a son of his writing something of the Glorious Qur’an on a wall and therefore, he beat him.
The Glorious Qur’an is sacred, so if one soaked some writings of it in water and washed with that water, seeking cure and treatment by the blessing of Allah the Almighty, he should not pour the water out on dirt or a filthy place or on a footpath. Instead, he should place it aside in a place that is not usually walked or stepped on by people. Or, he should pour it into a hole in the land and cover it with pure dust, or pour it out into a running river to mix with its waters.  
One should look inside (read) some portions of the Glorious Qur’an every day. Abu Musa said: I feel shame not to look inside (read) some portions of my Lord’s Covenant every day even for once.  
One should give his eyes their happy share of looking at the writing of the Glorious Qur’an, for when one reads something while looking attentively at it, this gives him a great opportunity to realize and comprehend its connotations and to capture all possible hints and signals. It was narrated on the authority of Zaid Ibn Aslam after `Ata’ Ibn Yasar after Abu Sa`id Al-Khudri (May Allah be please with him) that: The Messenger of Allah, peace and blessings be upon him, said: Allow your eyes to have their lot of worship. This means looking at the Qur’an, reflecting on its content and taking lessons out of its wonders.
In addition, it was narrated on the authority of Makhul after `Ubadah Ibn Al-Samit who said: The Messenger of Allah, peace and blessings be upon him, said: The best act of worship observed by my Ummah (nation) is reciting the Qur’an while looking at it.  
The Glorious Qur’an is sacred, so one should not liken any part of it to any of the happenings of this world. `Amr Ibn Ziad Al-Hanzali told us that Hushaim Ibn Bashir told us on the authority of Al-Mughirah after Ibrahim, who said: He disliked to interpret or liken anything of the Glorious Qur’an to anything of this doomed-to-vanish world. This act is just like your saying to a man who comes to you "Then didst thou come hither as ordained, O Moses!" (Taha, 40), or, "Eat ye and drink ye, with full satisfaction; because of the (good) that ye sent before you, in the days that are gone!" (Al-Haqqah, 24) when food is served and the like.  
The Glorious Qur’an is sacred, so it should not be reversed in recitation (this means to recite its verses in reverse order or its words backwards) as done by some people to show off. They are mistaken about that.  
The Glorious Qur’an is sacred, so one should not recite it vaguely or obscurely but should enunciate clearly.  
The Glorious Qur’an is sacred, so one should not read it with melodies or tunes such as are used by godless or sinful people. Also, one should not read it in the way Christians read in their churches. All this is falsehood.  
The Glorious Qur’an is sacred, so one should write it with fine handwriting. On the authority of Abu Hukaimah who said that he was making copies of the Glorious Qur’an at Kufa and `Ali Ibn Abi Talib (May Allah be pleased with him) looked at his writings and said: Make fine your handwriting. Thus, I sharpened my pen and resumed my work while `Ali was looking at me and said: Yes, just like that; make it just fine as it was made so by Allah the Almighty.  
The Glorious Qur’an is sacred, so one should not raise his voice with it in such a way as to disturb others who may dislike what they hear.  
The Glorious Qur’an is sacred, so one should not argue with others concerning the different ways of reciting it. Moreover, one is not allowed to say to another, “It is not like this!” For it may be that that way of reciting is right and authenticated, and by saying so, one involves himself in wronging the Book of Allah the Almighty.  
The Glorious Qur’an is sacred, so one should not recite it in markets or at foolish meetings and gatherings. Don’t forget that Allah the Almighty mentions His servants and worshipers and praises them for passing gently by foolish gatherings. That is for passing by themselves; what about passing by those foolish gatherings while reciting the Glorious Words of Allah, Lord of all creatures and creation? 
The Glorious Qur’an is sacred, so one should not make any portions of it as jewelry and then enter the toilet room while wearing them

Characters of a good Moslem

  • Be truthful; don’t be dishonest.




  • Be humble; don’t be arrogant.




  • Be moderate; don’t be excessive.




  • Be clean; don’t be corrupt.




  • Be reserved; don’t be garrulous.




  • Don’t be boastful; be soft-spoken.




  • Don’t be unmindful of others; be loving and solicitous to them.




  • Don’t be harsh; be considerate and compassionate.




  • Don’t be insulting and disrespectful to people; be polite and helpful.




  • Don’t be selfish and miserly; be generous and charitable.




  • Don’t swear, don’t curse; be refined and gentle in speech.




  • Don’t be bitter and resentful; be cheerful and magnanimous.




  • Don’t be greedy; be content, be grateful for what one has.




  • Don’t be irritable and morose; be cheerful and pleasant.




  • Don’t be lustful; be chaste and pure.




  • Don’t be absent-minded; be alert.




  • Don’t be graceless; be dignified and decent.




  • Don’t be hypocritical; be sincere and straightforward.




  • Don’t be cynical or pessimistic; be optimistic and hopeful.




  • Don’t be doubtful and wavering; be confident and deep in faith.




  • Don’t be materialistic; be spiritually oriented.




  • Don’t lose heart or be desperate; always have faith in Allah’s mercy.




  • Don’t be negligent to your duties; be diligent and vigilant.




  • Don’t be forgetful of the innumerable blessings of God; be thankful to Him and constantly pray to Him:
    *{All praise is to Allah, the Lord of the worlds!}*
  • You are...

    You are strong...
    when you take your grief and teach it to smile.

    You are brave... when you overcome your fear and help others
    to do the same.

    You are happy... when you see a flower and are thankful
    for the blessing.

    You are loving... when your own pain does not blind you to the
    pain of others.


    You are wise... when you know the limits of your wisdom.

    You are true... when you admit there are times you
    fool yourself.

    You are alive... when tomorrow's hope means more to you than
    yesterday's mistake.

    You are growing... when you know what you are but not what you
    will become.

    You are free... when you are in control of yourself and do not wish
    to control others.

    You are honorable... when you find your honor is to honor others.

    You are generous... when you can take as sweetly as you can give.

    You are humble... when you do not know how humble you are.

    You are thoughtful... when you see me just as I am and treat me
    just as you are.

    You are merciful... when you forgive in others the faults you condemn
    in yourself.

    You are beautiful... when you don't need a mirror to tell you.

    You are rich... when you never need more than what you have.

    You are you... when you are at peace with who you are not

    Monday, March 14, 2005

    WHAT TO DO IF STOPPED BY MALAYSIAN POLICE

    Auzubillahi minas syaitanir rajim Bismillahirrahmanirrahim... Assalamualaikum...



    WHAT TO DO IF STOPPED BY MALAYSIAN POLICE 
     
    This is is very useful information. Please pass it on to your friends and family.............especially the women folk!
     
    The next time you are stopped by persons who claimed they are plainclothes police, you are under no obligation to answer their questions or follow their orders, lawyers told Malaysiakini today.
     
     "Policeman who is not wearing his uniform does not have the authority
     to stop anyone," lawyer and human rights activist Sivarasa Rasiah said.
     
    Sivarasa was commenting on the alleged gang-rape of an 18-year-old Uni student by four men claiming to be police officers on New  Year's Eve. The girl said that her car was stopped in Taman Tun Dr Ismail in Kuala Lumpur and were asked by the men to open the car bonnet. She was then told that she had committed an offence and ordered to follow the men to a  police
    station. The girl was driven in her car along the North-South expressway  to  the Tapah-Cameron Highlands road before she was raped in an oil palm estate.
     
    This incident, and many others, have sparked confusion over the
    procedures which motorists must follow when flagged down by the police. The most common problem is that most people take instructions without determining if the  other person is really a cop," lawyer Annie Santiago said.
     
    However, if you are stopped by a uniformed policeman, then you are required to stop. But you need not get out of the car because you are not
    expected to do so, Santiago said. He other rule to follow is to provide  your
    identity card only when you are asked to do so. "Even then, you should get
    his ID first to confirm if he is a cop. There is no harm in calling the relevant police station to verify if he is supposed to be on duty that day," Sivarasa said.
     
    Both lawyers said that motorists should never follow an officer to the police station unless one is under arrest. "If you are not sure, and your  instincts tell you that something is wrong, then drive off to the nearest police station and lodge a report," Sivarasa said.
     
    In response to the alleged gang-rape of the 18-year-old, Women's Aid  Organisation executive-secretary Ivy Josiah called on the police to launch an education program to teach the public about their rights to prevent them from being victimised by bogus police officers.


    Procedures to follow in the event you are stopped by uniformed police Officers while driving.
    • Stop the car and wind down your window.
    • If the police officers ask for your documents, request to see their IDs first.
    • If you are satisfied about their identity, ask them if you are being    summoned, and for what offence.
    • Produce your identity card and driver's license and wait to collect your summon ticket.

    In the event that the police officers ask you to follow them to the police station:
    • Ask if you are under arrest and for what offence.
    • If you are not under arrest, you have the right to leave.

    In the event you are flagged down by persons you believe could be plainclothes police:
    • Do not stop because plainclothes police officers do not have the authority to stop you.
    •  Drive to the nearest police station and lodge a report. (The same procedure applies to pedestrians)

    In the event the police come to your house:
    • Do not let them in before checking their IDs.
    • If you are not satisfied, phone the nearest police station and confirm if they had been sent to your house.
    • You are under no obligation to allow them into the house if they don't have a search warrant.
    • Do not go with them if you are not under arrest.

     
    In the event persons who claimed to be plainclothes police come to your
    house:
    • Do not let him in because they do not have the authority to do so.
    • Lodge a report at the nearest police station.

    Terima kasih, Thank You, Syukran, Arigato, Shieh Shieh, Rumba Nandri, Kamsahamnida for reading this entry. Please do come again.

    Saturday, March 12, 2005

    Kasihnya Seorang Adik terhadap Kakak

    Cube hayatinye........


    Aku cuma ada seorang adik. Usianya tiga tahun lebih muda daripada aku.

    Suatu  hari,  untuk  mendapatkan  sehelai  sapu  tangan  yang  menjadi
    keperluan  anak  gadis  ketika itu, aku ambil 50 sen dari poket seluar
    ayah. Petang itu, pulang saja dari sekolah - ayah memanggil kami berdua.
    Dia  meminta  aku dan adik berdiri di tepi dinding. Aku menggeletar melihat
    rotan panjang sedepa di tangan ayah.

    "Siapa ambil duit ayah?" tanya ayah bagai singa lapar. Aku langsung tidak
    berdaya menentang renungan tajam mata ayah. Kedua-dua kami membisu,cuma
    tunduk memandang lantai.


    "Baik,kalau tak mengaku,dua-dua ayah rotan!" sambung ayah sambil mengangkat
    tangan untuk melepaskan pukulan sulungnya ke belakang aku. Tiba-tiba, adik
    menangkap tangan ayah dengan kedua-dua belah tangannya sambil berkata,
    "Saya yang ambil!"

    Belum sempat adik menarik nafas selepas mengungkapkan kata-kata itu,
    hayunan dan balunan silih berganti menghentam tubuh adik. Aku gamam,lidah
    kelu untuk bersuara. Walau perit menahan sakit, setitis pun airmata adik
    tak tumpah. Setelah  puas  melihat adik terjelepok di lantai, ayah
    merungut:



    "Kamu  sudah  mula  belajar  mencuri  di rumah sendiri. Apakah lagi
    perbuatan kamu yang akan memalukan ayah di luar kelak?" Malam  itu,  emak
    dan  aku tak lepas-lepas mendakap adik. Belakangnya  yang  berbirat
    dipenuhi calar-balar cuba kami ubati. Namun adik cukup  tabah.  Setitis
    pun  air  matanya  tidak  mengiringi kesakitan yang mencucuk-cucuk.

    Melihat  keadaan  itu, aku meraung sekuat hati, kesal dengan sikap aku yang
    takut berkata benar. Adik  segera  menutup  mulutku  dengan  kedua-dua
    belah tangannya lalu berkata,"Jangan menangis kak,semuanya dah berlalu!"



    Aku mengutuk diri sendiri kerana tidak mampu membela adik. Tahun bersilih
    ganti, peristiwa adik dibelasah kerana mempertahankan aku bagaikan baru
    semalam berlaku. Adik mendapat tawaran belajar ke sekolah berasrama penuh
    dan aku pula ditawarkan menyambung pelajaran ke peringkat pra-universiti.
    Malam itu ayah duduk di bawah cahaya lampu minyak tanah bersama ibu di
    ruang  tamu.  Aku  terdengar ayah  berkata, "Zah, kedua-dua anak kita
    cemerlang dalam pelajaran. Abang bangga sekali!"



    "Tapi apalah maknanya bang...!" aku terdengar ibu teresak-esak. "Dimana
    kita nak cari duit membiayai mereka?" Ketika itulah adik keluar dari
    biliknya. Dia berdiri di depan ayah dan ibu. "Ayah,saya tak mahu ke sekolah
    lagi!"



    Perlahan-lahan ayah bangun, membetulkan ikatan kain pelekatnya dan merenung
    wajah emak,kemudian wajah adik dalam-dalam. Panggggg....sebuah  penampar
    singgah di pipi adik. Seperti biasa yang mampu aku lakukan ialah menutup
    muka dan menangis.



    "Kenapa kamu ni?Tahu tak,kalau ayah terpaksa mengemis kerana persekolahan
    kamu, ayah akan lakukan!"  "Orang  lelaki  kena  bersekolah.  Kalau tak,
    dia takkan dapat membawa  keluarganya  keluar  daripada  kemiskinan,"  aku
    memujuk adik tatkala menyapu minyak pada pipinya yang bengkak.

    "Kakak perempuan...biarlah kakak yang berhenti." Tiada  siapa  yang
    menyangka, dinihari itu adik tiada dibiliknya. Dia  membawa  bersamanya
    beberapa  helai  baju lusuh yang dia ada. Di atas pangkin  tempat  dia
    lelapkan  mata,  terdapat  sehelai  kertas  yang tercatat.....

    "Kak...untuk  dapat  peluang  ke  universiti bukannya mudah. Saya cari
    kerja dan akan kirim wang buat akak."
    Apa  lagi  yang  saya  tahu  selain meraung. Ayah termenung, jelas dia
    cukup  kecewa.  Begitu  juga emak yang menggunakan air matanya memujuk
    ayah.



    Suatu  petang  ketika  berehat  di asrama, teman sebilik menerpa: "Ada
    pemuda kampung tunggu kau kat luar!" "Pemuda kampung?" bisikku. "Siapa?"
    Tergesa-gesa  aku  keluar  bilik.  Dari  jauh  aku nampak adik berdiri
    dengan  pakaian comotnya yang dipenuhi lumpur dan simen. "Kenapa sebut
    orang kampung, sebutlah adik yang datang!"



    Sambil  tersenyum  dia  menjawab,  "Akak lihatlah pakaian adik ni.Apa yang
    akan kawan-kawan akak kata kalau mereka tahu saya adik kakak?"  Jantungku
    terasa berhenti berdenyut mendengarkan jawapannya. Aku cukup  tersentuh.
    Tanpa  sedar, air jernih mengalir di pipi. Aku kibas-kibas bebutir pasir
    dan tompokan simen pada pakaian adik.

    Dalam  suara  antara  dengar dan tidak, aku bersuara, "Akak tak peduli apa
    orang lain kata." Dari kocek seluarnya, adik keluarkan sepit rambut
    berbentuk kupu-kupu.Dia  mengenakan  pada rambutku sambil berkata, "Kak,
    saya tengok ramai gadis pakai sepit macam ni, saya beli satu untuk akak."
    Aku kaku.  Sepatah kata pun tak terucap. Aku rangkul adik dan dadanya
    dibasahi air mataku yang tak dapat ditahan-tahan.



    Tamat semester, aku pulang ke kampung sementara menunggu konvokesyen. Aku
    lihat tingkap dan dinding rumah bersih, tak seperti selalu. "Emak,tak
    payahlah kerja teruk-teruk bersihkan rumah sambut saya balik."

    "Adik  kamu  yang  bersihkan.  Dia  pulang  kelmarin.  Habis tangannya
    luka-luka."
    Aku menerpa ke biliknya. Cantik senyum adik. Kami berdakapan. "Sakit ke?"
    aku bertanya tatkala memeriksa luka pada tangannya. "Tak....Kak  tahu,
    semasa  bekerja sebagai buruh kontrak, kerikil dan  serpihan  simen jatuh
    seperti hujan menimpa tubuh saya sepanjang masa. Kesakitan yang dirasa
    tidak dapat menghentikan usaha saya untuk bekerja keras.


    " Apalagi...aku menangis seperti selalu. Aku berkahwin pada usia menginjak
    27 tahun. Suamiku seorang usahawan menawarkan jawatan pengurus kepada adik.


    "Kalau  adik terima jawatan tu, apa kata orang lain?" kata adik.
    "Adik  takde pelajaran. Biarlah adik bekerja dengan kelulusan yang adik
    ada."
    "Adik tak ke sekolah pun kerana akak." kata ku memujuk.
    "Kenapa sebut kisah lama, kak?" katanya ringkas, cuba menyembunyikan
    kesedihannya.



    Adik terus tinggal di kampung dan bekerja sebagai petani setelah ayah
    tiada. Pada majlis perkahwinannya dengan seorang gadis sekampung,
    juruacara majlis bertanya, "Siapakah orang yang paling anda sayangi?"
    Spontan adik menjawab,


    "Selain  emak, kakak saya...."katanya lantas menceritakan suatu kisah yang
    langsung tidak ku ingati.
    "Semasa sama-sama bersekolah rendah, setiap hari kami berjalan kaki ke
    sekolah.Suatu hari tapak kasut saya tertanggal. Melihat saya hanya memakai
    kasut  sebelah, kakak membuka kasutnya dan memberikannya pada
    saya.  Dia  berjalan  dengan sebelah kasut. Sampai di rumah saya lihat
    kakinya berdarah sebab tertikam tunggul dan calar-balar."



    "Sejak  itulah  saya berjanji pada diri sendiri. Saya akan lakukan apa
    saja  demi  kebahagiaan  kakak saya itu. Saya berjanji akan menjaganya
    sampai bila-bila." Sebaik adik tamat bercerita,  aku meluru ke pelamin,
    mendakap adik sungguh-sungguh sambil meraung bagaikan diserang histeria.

    me: from hamba Allah

    Thursday, March 10, 2005

    Yang Tersirat di Sebalik 4

    4 alamat orang cerdik
    1. Berani menempuh bahaya
    2. Pandai bermanis muka dengan musuh
    3. Pandai melihat kesempatan
    4. Dapat menimbang pertimbangan orang lain

    4 alamat orang beriman
    1. Meninggalkan maki
    2. Menjauhi menyakiti hati orang
    3. Lekas memberi ampun
    4. Lama baru menjatuhkan hukuman

    4 tanda orang berakal
    1. Cinta pada ilmu
    2. Tidak berubah muka menerima umpat dan puji
    3. Bagus jawabnya
    4. Banyak benarnya

    4 alamat orang rendah
    1. Membuka rahsia
    2. Pendendam
    3. Penggunjing
    4. Memburukkan kawan

    4 yang menimbulkan cinta
    1. Muka jernih
    2. Sudi menolong
    3. Sudi menghindarkan selisih
    4. Menjauhi munafik

    4 soal yang membawa keuntungan hidup
    1. Benar perbicaraannya
    2. Malu melakukan pekerjaan yang tidak baik
    3. Baik budinya
    4. Suka berterima kasih

    4 sempurna dengan 4
    1. Ilmu dengan larangan
    2. Agama dengan taqwa
    3. Amal dengan niat
    4. Kemuliaan dengan kelebihan

    4 mesti dijaga
    1. Teguh menjaga kehormatan
    2. Redha menerima sedikit
    3. Berbuat kebaikan setiap hari
    4. Memelihara lidah

    4 macam pencarian
    1. Pertama akal, ialah orang yang hidup dengan bertani
    2. Pertengahan akal, orang yang hidup berdagang
    3. Penghabisan akal, orang yang hidup membunuh
    4. Kehilangan akal, mencari dengan tidak halal

    "KEJARLAH 5 SEBELUM TIBA 5"
    *     WAKTU KAYA SEBELUM MISKIN,
    *     WAKTU SENANG SEBELUM SIBUK,
    *     WAKTU SIHAT SEBELUM SAKIT,
    *     WAKTU MUDA SEBELUM TUA  DAN
    *     WAKTU HIDUP SEBELUM MATI"

    Wednesday, March 09, 2005

    kenape aku letih buat kerja

    Selama beberapa tahun aku telah merungut kerana kurang tidur dan terlalu banyak tekanan dalam hidup, akan tetapi sekarang kini aku tahu kenapa ianya berlaku.
    Aku keletihan kerana terlebih kerja... Nak tau kenapa? Di bawah ini aku akan tunjukkan kenapa aku mempunyai beban kerja yang lebih dan ianya adalah benar dan
    bukan rekaan aku:

    Populasi penduduk Malaysia sekarang adalah 25 juta orang.

    3.7 juta darinya sudah bersara. Jadi tinggal 21.3 juta orang.

    4.3 juta pula adalah golongan kanak-kanak di bawah 6 tahun. Jadi tinggal 17 juta orang.

    Dari 17 juta ini, 7 juta masih belajar (tadika, sekolah, kolej,universiti dll). Jadi tinggal 10 juta orang yang boleh buat kerja.

    Tolak 3 juta orang yang duduk  dalam hutan (tentera darat)duduk di laut (tentera laut) pasal diorang nie nak kerja macam mana...tinggal dalam hutan/laut. Dah tinggal 7 juta orang yang boleh buat kerja.... Dari jumlah itu, tolak 3.7 juta orang yang menganggur dan tak der kerja, surirumah, pekerja yang kena VSS, orang tua,
    fresh university student, yang kena buang kerja dll).

    Tinggallah 3.3 juta orang yang boleh buat kerja. Dari jumlah ini, sebanyak 1,615,512 orang dilaporkan sakit
    dan kini berada di dalam hospital di seluruh Malaysia (tak kiralah hospital swasta ke atau hospital kerajaan
    dan ini termasuklah hospital gila).

    Dah tinggal 1,684,488 orang yang boleh buat kerja
    Dari jumlah itu adalah dilaporkan kira kira 191,238 kakitangan kerajaan, separa kerajaan badan berkanun yang pergi kerja tapi tak buat kerja...ha jadi la 1,493,250 orang...
    tolak pula seramai 289,045 golongan kurang upaya, cacat dsbnya, tinggal la lagi 1,204,205 ...

    Sekarang ini mengikut bancian terkini, terdapat 1,204,203 orang di dalam penjara, Pusat Serenti dan
    bawah jambatan hisap dadah di seluruh negara. Jadi dah tinggal 2 orang yang boleh buat kerja...

    Dan 2 orang itu adalah engkau dan aku... Dari dua orang ini... engkau SEKARANG INI masih duduk depan
    komputer, main internet, main games, reading jokes, membaca email , main chat dan tak buat kerja langsung...

    jadi tinggallah Aku sorang yang buat kerja dalam Malaysia nie... So Mana Aku Tak Letih.....Jadi
    sedarlah sikit.... dahhhh.. pi buat kerja

    Kesabaran Allah S.W.T.

    Assalamua'alaikum sahabat2 sekelian.... Renungkanlah..........

    Saat kau bangun pagi hari

    AKU memandangmu dan berharap engkau akan berbicara kepada KU
    Walaupun hanya sepatah kata meminta pendapat KU
    Atau bersyukur kepada KU atas sesuatu hal yang indah yang terjadi
    Dalam hidupmu hari ini atau kemarin .....

    Tetapi AKU melihat engkau begitu sibuk mempersiapkan diri untuk pergi
    bekerja .....
    AKU kembali menanti saat engkau sedang bersiap
    AKU tahu akan ada sedikit waktu bagimu untuk berhenti dan menyapa KU
    Tetapi engkau terlalu sibuk .....

    Di satu tempat
    Engkau duduk disebuah kursi selama lima belas minit tanpa melakukan
    apapun
    Kemudian AKU melihat engkau menggerakkan kakimu
    AKU berfikir engkau akan berbicara kepada KU
    Tetapi engkau berlari ke telefon dan menghubungi seorang teman untuk
    mendengarkan gossip terbaru .....

    AKU melihatmu ketika engkau pergi bekerja
    Dan AKU menanti dengan sabar sepanjang hari
    Dengan semua kegiatanmu AKU berfikir engkau terlalu sibuk mengucapkan
    sesuatu kepada KU
    Sebelum makan tengahari AKU melihatmu memandang sekeliling
    Mungkin engkau berasa malu untuk berbicara kepada KU
    Itulah sebabnya mengapa engkau tidak menundukkan kepalamu .....

    Engkau memandang tiga atau empat meja di sekitarmu
    Dan melihat beberapa temanmu berbicara dan menyebut nama KU dengan
    lembut
    Tetapi engkau tidak melakukannya .....

    Masih ada waktu yang tersisa
    Dan AKU berharap engkau akan berbicara kepada KU
    Meskipun saat engkau pulang ke rumah kelihatannya seakan banyak hal
    yang harus kau kerjakan
    Setelah tugasmu selesai engkau menyalakan TV
    Engkau menghabiskan banyak waktu setiap hari di depannya
    Tanpa memikirkan apapun dan hanya menikmati rancangan yg ditampilkan

    Kembali AKU menanti dengan sabar
    Tetapi kembali kau tidak berbicara kepada KU
    Saat tidur KU pikir kau merasa terlalu lelah
    Setelah mengucapkan selamat malam kepada keluargamu
    Kau melompat ke tempat tidur dan tertidur tanpa sepatah pun nama KU kau

    sebut ....

    Engkau menyedari bahwa AKU selalu hadir untukmu
    AKU telah bersabar lebih lama dari yang kau sedari
    AKU bahkan ingin mengajarkan bagaimana bersabar terhadap orang lain
    AKU sangat menyayangimu
    Setiap hari AKU menantikan biar pun sepatah kata ikhlas dari hatimu

    Keesokan harinya engkau bangun kembali
    Dan kembali AKU menanti dengan penuh kasih
    Bahawa hari ini kau akan meluangkan sedikit waktu untuk menyapa KU
    Tapi yang KU tunggu tak kunjung tiba
    Tak juga kau menyapa KU .....

    Subuh, Zohor, Asar, Maghrib, Isyak
    Dan Subuh kembali
    Kau masih mengacuhkan AKU
    Tiada sepatah kata
    Tiada seucap doa
    Dan tak ada rasa
    Tak ada harapan dan keinginan untuk bersujud kepada KU .....
    Apa salah KU padamu wahai Ummat KU?
    Rezeki yang KU limpahkan
    Kesihatan yang KU berikan
    Harta yang KU relakan
    Makanan yang KU hidangkan
    Anak-anak yang KU rahmatkan
    Apakah hal itu tidak membuatmu ingat kepada KU?

    Percayalah AKU selalu mengasihimu
    Dan AKU tetap berharap suatu saat engkau akan menyapa KU
    Memohon perlindungan KU
    Bersujud mengadap KU
    Yang selalu menyertaimu setiap saat
    Allah swt ....

    Note :
    Apakah kamu memiliki cukup waktu untuk menyampaikannya kepada orang
    yang kamu sayangi?
    Untuk mengingatkan mereka bahawa segala apa pun yang kita terima hingga

    ke saat ini datangnya dari ALLAH swt.

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