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Saturday, May 13, 2006

I Often Think When I Might Sin *

I often think when I might sin,
What if the Angel would come to me then?
Would I want to be risen doing that sin?
I often think quietly to myself,
Where will I go, oh, where will I go,
When the Angel comes to me?
What if the Angel comes at night,
With a command from Allah to take my soul?
Where will I run, oh, where will I run?
What if the Angel comes to me when I’m driving my car?

Can I lock my doors, so the Angel can’t get in?
Where will I hide, oh where will I hide?

I often think when I might sin,

What if the Angel would come to me then?
Would I want to be risen doing that sin?
I often think quietly to myself,

Where will I go, oh where will I go,
When the Angel comes to me?

What if the Angel comes in the middle of tea?
Maybe I can plead for a later return.
How will I plead, oh, how will I plead?
What if the Angel comes to me when I’m watching TV?

Can I beg to the Angel for a little more time?
How will I beg, oh how will I beg?

I often think when I might sin,

What if the Angel would come to me then?
Would I want to be risen doing that sin?
I often think quietly to myself,
Where will I go, oh, where will I go?
When the Angel comes to me?

do i………………

Thursday, May 11, 2006


mengharap apa yang tidak pasti…

Spider ~Mungkinkah Terjadi~

Spider - Mungkinkah Terjadi

Sering kali hati bertanya
Tiap saat kita bersama
Sampai bilaku harus memendam rasa

Tak pernah aku merasai
Bibir terkunci
Jiwa bergelora rasa tak percaya
Adakah ku bermimpi
Mimpi di siang hari

( korus )
Dirimu… telah lama ku nantikan
Wajah yang bermain
Di mimpi-mimpiku
Hidupku.. kini bagaikan penjara
Tanpamu di sisi tak bermakna oh..oh..

Mungkinkah akan terjadi
Dirimu aku miliki
Berilah tanda kepastianmu
Namun jika tak tercapai
Selama hayat dirimu tetapku sanjungi


Sadness & happiness.

"Truly in the heart there is a sadness that can not be removed except with the happiness of knowing Allah and being true to Him. And in it there is an emptiness that can not be filled except with love for Him and by turning to him and always remembering Him And if a person were given all of the world and what is in it, it would not fill this emptiness."

Ibn Qayyim al Jawziyyah

Wednesday, May 10, 2006

Give Me The Wolf’s Life

Give me the Wolf’s life; hunted, hungry, and free,
Keep your sled dog, and lap dog far from me,
I am Lakota, call me by the name of my kin,
Sioux I am not, nor American nor Indian,
Not native, nor tribal, nor other generic terms,
Oceti Sakowin, our ways, our life confirms,

My freedom is not dependent upon your whim and will,
I am free because I love and my love you cannot kill,
I am the wolf, and to the Wasicu I will not bow,
Intrinsic to my nature, and nature won’t allow,
Chained, caged, or trapped, my spirit still runs free,
No way that you can dampen, the freedom within me,

Give me the Wolf’s life; flee from me now greedy foe,
For there are many of us, far more than you could know,
Quietly we are born, and quietly we watch and learn,
Quietly we are growing, and quietly we yearn,
Yet if you listen to the earth, a rumble does grow more and more,
Quietly no longer, arrive we now to the fore,

Seven generations, attacked and reviled,
All my relation, unspeakably defiled,
Never surrendering hope, our Canunpas still intact,
Remembering every Inipi, and our sacred ancient pact,
Awakening now anew, fresh as the sun arised,
Shaking off deep slumber, our death had been surmised,

Give me the Wolf’s life; related, a hoop, a Hocoka,
Learning every wisdom, when beset by the Heyoka,
Hunger, and thirst, and heat and even cold,
Create within me strength, and make my footprints bold,
I live not for myself, I seek not gold or wine,
I cherish very little, only the affinity that is mine,

Hunt me, and seek my downfall, poison even my game,
Delight in my sorrow, but call me by my name,
Again, I say, I am Lakota, you can’t forget although you try,
For even your own memory, knows how much you like to lie,
Wasicu your time is short, taking fat for your tomorrow,
What stores have you laid up, to banish your coming sorrow?

Give me the Wolf’s life; lash upon me no tether,
Seek me not at your footstool; find me facing instead, the weather,
Strength and fortitude await me, relatives of mine they are,
Recognize me easily enough, remember they my every scar,
I fear not but for the fat-taker, what will be his poor lot,
When finally that day comes, and he realizes he owns not?

-Oceti Sakowin: "Seven Council Fires," is the Indian name for the great Sioux Nation.
-Wasicu: Whiteness as I see it.
-Canunpas: Sundance.
-Inipi: Sweat Lodge.
-Hoop: Spotted wood, sacred hoop dancer.
-Hocoka: Sacred Circle.
-Heyoka: A group of Lakota-Sioux Indians having had a vision.

By James H. Starkey

Courtesy : IslamicForum

Tuesday, May 09, 2006

Things Work Out

Because it rains when we wish it wouldn’t,
Because men do what they often shouldn’t,
Because crops fail, and plans go wrong-
Some of us grumble all day long.
But somehow, in spite of the care and doubt,
It seems at last that things work out.

Because we lose where we hoped to gain,
Because we suffer a little pain,
Because we must work when we’d like to play-
Some of us whimper along life’s way.
But somehow, as day always follows the night,
Most of our troubles work out all right.

Because we cannot forever smile,
Because we must trudge in the dust awhile,
Because we think that the way is long-
Some of us whimper that life’s all wrong.
But somehow we live and our sky grows bright,
And everything seems to work out all right.
So bend to your trouble and meet your care,
For the clouds must break, and the sky grow fair.
Let the rain come down, as it must and will,
But keep on working and hoping still.
For in spite of the grumblers who stand about,
Somehow, it seems, all things work out.
me: forward by a friend…and yes despite every hardship we face, worst or not, most of all it turns out to be okay...^_^

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