Tuesday, 10 July 2012

Just imagine yourself in your grave

20 Syaaban 1433H, July 11, 2012M
Did you ever stop for a while and asked yourself,what is going to happen to me the first night in my grave ?
Think about the moment your body is being washed and prepared to your grave. Think about the day people will be carrying you to your grave and your families crying. Think about the moment you are put in your grave.

Just imagine yourself in your grave
Down there in that dark hole
Its too Dark you cry for help
It is too narrow your bones are squashed
You regret missing 5 prayers ,you regret listening music ,you regret not wearing Hijab
You regret ignoring Allah 's orders
But no ESCAPE ......
You alone with your deeds
No money ,no jewelries, Only your deeds

May Allah (subhanahu wa ta'ala) protect us all from the punishment of the grave.Aamiin.

One Day in Hell

"Sesungguhnya Jahannam itu seburuk-buruk tempat menetap dan tempat kediaman."
Al-Furqan: 66

Saturday, 7 July 2012

(";-";) senyum kucing

Aurat vs Bertudung...
Jika dedah aurat dikatakan moden dan bergaya maka haiwan mendahului masa kemodenan itu dengan lebih bergaya..

Thursday, 14 June 2012

Never regret knowing someone

Blessings or serve as LESSONS in relationship ?

The one thing you should never let go of is hope.  Some people you encounter will either Test you, Use you or will Teach you, but most importantly, some will bring out the Best in you. Remember what you deserve even better or worse. Keep pushing forward. Hope someday good things will transpire in your life. If not everything your desire turns out exactly the way you had anticipated, it's ok and appreciate what you have. Just because something doesn’t last forever, doesn’t mean it wasn’t worth your while. Sometimes it takes a while to find the right person, but the right person is always worth the wait. 
25 Rejab 1433H, June 15, 2012M

Sunday, 10 June 2012



Moving even the hearth is broken

20 Rejab 1433H, June 10, 2012M

"You make the night to pass into the day and You make the day to pass into the night, and You bring forth the living from the dead and You bring forth the dead from the living, and You give sustenance to whom You please without measure." She squatted by the mound, closed her eyes. Give sustenance, Allah. Give sustenance to me.
A Thousand Splendid Sun
by Khaled Hosseini

Struggled to live and yet love move her to act stronger in unexpected ways.  Beautiful female sadness insight Afghanistan's cultural. An authentic book.

This is the story of two women, Mariam and Laila in real life in Afghanistan.

Fifteen years old Mariam married with forty-five years old man, a widower. The background of Mariam, is an illegitimate child of a wealthy man.

Laila, finding herself with 6 weeks pregnant with her boyfriend. She hears of the demise of her boyfriend. Laila agrees to marry Mariam's husband.

This book has a way playing with human emotions. It is not too predictable and you may ask yourself what was happen next and next until the end.