Friday, November 26, 2010

♥ Allah

It becomes so fast.For less than 1 year, Allah granted me with all pleasure by being as a muslimah( sound that i m reverted, but i am)Knowing islam more and more every day, befriend with many muslimah around the globe become as my part of life now.I m now is very different than 2-3 years back.I completely the different person.It seem that i born into another person.Alhamdulillah 3la qulli hal.Allah is very close to me and i know in my heart that Allah hear my du3a......Allah Allah Allah.Pleaseee Allah, lead me to the right path always because i need you in whole my life, every second, every every breath i take i say your name Allah.who create me and this world ♥ I m weak and I ask you to give me the strength to follow Your divine book Quranul Kareem and sunnah Rasulullah ( Peace Be Upon Him) throughout my journey into the Paradise el firdous, ameeeeen .

Sunday, October 17, 2010

A poem for The ONE

When things are down
And you are out of your mind
Remember just remember
Allah is The Kind.

When your life is in darkness
And nothing is right
Remember just remember
Through the darkness,
Allah is The Light.

When nothing makes sense
And your heading for demise
Remember just remember
It doesn't make sense, but Allah is The Wise.

When times are troubled
And no one seems to care
Remember just remember
Allah won't hurt you, He is The Fair.

When your heart is breaking
And your pain makes you fall
Remember just remember Allah Sees it all.

When you are weak
And the road seems long
Remember just remember
Seek strength from The Strong.

When life is a burden
And everything is unstable
Remember just remember
Allah is The Able.

When the way is cloudy
And there is no one by your side
Remember just remember
Allah is The Only Guide.

When no one wants to listen
Or is willing to lend an ear
Remember just remember
Allah is always ready to hear.

When you are poor and penniless
And you are stuck in a niche
Remember just remember
Allah is The Rich.

When you are down in your misery
And there is nowhere to run
Remember just remember
You can always run to The One.

And when your scars are hurting
And your heart is in fear
Remember just remember
Allah is really here.

I took from here

Thursday, October 14, 2010

best creation : human

ok well so i wanna share another thing

S: sorry, i made you angry about that ;(
E: I still angry with you
S: ok, i know i m very stupid to do that ..i ll never say that to you. i shouldnt say that silly thing,ok?
E: listen here, you have smartmind , you are not silly and stupid because Allah says :ولقد كرمنا بني آدم وحملناهم في البر والبحر ورزقناهم من الطيبات وفضلناهم على كثير ممن خلقنا تفضيلا (Isra:70)
which means:And We have certainly honored the children of Adam and carried them on the land and sea and provided for them of the good things and preferred them over much of what We have created, with [definite] preference.
S: okay...but sorry again.

so , who are we to deny Allah s creation that we are smart? Allah swt has made us very beautiful with a complex and unique system in our body and we deny it? astaghfirullah, let s us purify our heart and ponder about it a little bit...

Wednesday, October 13, 2010


i just wanna share something that i discussed with a friend recently,and it makes me wonder and ponder about it ...

و لهم قلوب يعقلون بها

'Have they not travelled through the land, and have they hearts wherewith to understand and ears wherewith to hear? Verily, it is not the eyes that grow blind, but it is the hearts which are in the breasts that grow blind'( Hajj:46)

they have heart but they not thinking with it
how can the heart thinks?
they have no neurons like in the brain
so how?
for example; if kidney are less of blood supply , the cell will die
the heart still pumping the blood and mind also die at last
so , how mind can say a word when we are die?

okay, now we move on to a hadith

من كان آخر كلامه لا إله إلا الله دخل الجنة
If someone dies he say Lailahaillallah in the last, he will granted with heaven

but, when we are die how can they say this kalimat?
heart will say but not any heart,the only heart which practise on lailahaillallah

i brought you another true story related to that:
there was a man who likes to climb during his free time. he experienced a big accident that brought him to the hospital. he died and the doctor took his heart and out it to another man (donate). after left the hospital, the man wanted to buy some climbing tools though he never climb before. The doctor asked the reason of buying but the man did not have an answer.he just feel he need to buy it.After that muslim doctor made a conclusion that man thinks in the heart and Quran prove that.

( sorry my post tday is like a jump of everything_hope u understand)

Tuesday, October 12, 2010

from deepest of my heart...

It has been a long time ..very very long since our last dating.I miss you very very much and I miss these moment with you. I try hard to meet you in certain place and in certain time but I refuse though i really want it.You did miscalled me 2 times this week but my stubborness make me continue my sleeping...O Allah i miss to talk with you alone when no body knows. I want to tell you many things , I want to make a closer relationship with you because you know me better than anyone else even myself...

Monday, October 11, 2010

2 choices

between 2 paths

if we seek to please the people Allah will let
us with the people" what ever we do we do it for the sake of Allah and
not fear of any man, truly Allah is the only protector. And pleasing
Allah is the name of the game may Allah make it easier upon all of us
to steadfast upon the haqq (truth) ameen

in our life we can't always get accepted with people for things we do especially deeds we do for our religion or whatever in life. we cant please them always and at the same time please Allah.So many times we have to sacrifice for the sake of Allah

Saturday, October 9, 2010

i m a motivated person!

Shawal is over and Zulkaeda is starting...So, lets increase our deed and amal to gain Allah's redha,insha Allah.And I m sure today will be a very hectic and beneficial day for me,insha Allah

Friday, October 8, 2010

spread islam in your words

Assalamu Alaikum warahmatulah wabaarkatuh..
Lets Do something For islam.
Spread the sunnah of Our Holy Prophet(PBUH).
Dont Say hello.. Say AssalamuAlaikum,
Dont say Thanx ,, say JazakAllah kheir,
...Dont say Bye,, say Fe AmanAllah,
Dont Say Great.. say MashaALlah,
Dont say Ok.. say InshaALlah,
Dont say I am Fine.. Say Alhumdolillah,
Dont say wonderful.. say SubhanALlah.

Ya Allah, You dont need my obedience but i need Your mercy,
Ya Allah, my disobedience will not affect You but Your punishment will destroy me.
there is no god but Allah, verily i am the wrongdoer. pls forgive me. ameen wa ajmaeen

I asked for Strength.........
And Allah gave me Difficulties to make me strong.

I asked for Wisdom.........
And Allah gave me Problems to solve.

I asked for Prosperity.........
And Allah gave me Brain and Brawn to work.

I asked for Courage.........
And Allah gave me Danger to overcome.

I asked for Love..........
And Allah gave me Troubled people to help.

I asked for Favours.........
And Allah gave me Opportunities.

I received nothing I wanted ........
I received everything I needed!

"So blessed be Allah, the best of creators!" [Surah 23 : verse 14]

Wednesday, October 6, 2010

smile ^_^

my friend asked me:why you likes to smile?
I answered her question with a smile.
Shouldn't I smile when many nice things happen in my life, my favorite singer come to malaysia?
Shouldn't I smile when i see a cute baby today on my way to the class?
Shouldn't I smile when i see my friends?
Shouldn't I smile when i have money in my purse?
Shouldn't I smile when thru this I can spread the peace and induce others to smile
Shouldn't I smile when i have everything n contented with it?

indeed i am in a happy mood!alhamdulillah

Monday, October 4, 2010

maher zain @malaysia

i adore his awesome song because some are really related to me . indeed i have all his song and insha Allah song in 3 languages ; arabic, english and french .i love all...and I said to my friend before; if he ever coming to malaysia, i ll go to his concert no matter how expensive it is. and now i know he will be coming but i cant never had a chance.phewww...shah alam and kelantan so far away...

Open your eyes and incha Allah ~ really make me appreciate this world

Sunday, October 3, 2010


I own a cute blue wrapping skirt that rarely I use.usually I wear it inside my room.due to satisfaction , i wore it yesterday under my abaya and I love it. I wear it today to the class under my long garment, baju kurung...this is another choice to me as i always wear jeans and quite bored with it

Sunday, September 26, 2010

Bold If True

I've seen this post around and copied it from

Bold if true:
I am a cuddler.
I am a morning person.
I am an only child.
I am currently in my pajamas.
I am currently pregnant.
I am currently single.
I am currently suffering from a broken heart.
I am left handed.
I am married.
I am addicted to my myspace.
I am online 24/7, even as an away message.
I am a little shy around the opposite gender at first.
I bite my nails.
I can be paranoid at times.
I don’t like anyone.
I enjoy country music.
I enjoy jazz music.
I enjoy smoothies.
I enjoy talking on the phone.
I have a car.
I have a cell phone.
I have/had a hard time paying attention at school.
I have a hidden talent
I have a lot to learn
I have a pet.
I have a tendency to fall for the “wrong” guy/girl
I have all my grandparents
I have at least one brother
I have been to another country
I have been told that I am smart
I have been told that I have an unusual sense of humor
I have OR HAD broken a bone
I have Caller I.D. on my phone.
I have changed a diaper
I have changed a lot over the past year.
I have done something illegal.
I have friends who have never seen my natural hair color
I have had major/minor surgery.
I have killed another person (really?)
I have had my hair cut within the last week.
I have mood swings
I have no idea what I want to do for the rest of my life
I have rejected someone before.
I have seen The Lord of the Rings trilogy.
I have seen the television show The O.C.
I like Shakespeare.
I like the taste of blood. (ewww)
I love to cook.
I like to sing.
I love Michael Jackson
I love sleeping.
I love to play computer games.
I love to shop.
I miss someone right now.
I own 100 CDs or more
I own and use a library card
I read books for pleasure in my spare time.
I sleep a lot during the day.
I strongly dislike math
I watch soap operas on a regular basis.
I will try almost anything once.
I work at a job that I enjoy.
I would classify myself as ghetto.
I would get plastic surgery if it were 100% safe, free of cost, and scar-free.
I am currently wearing socks.
I am tired.
I love to paint/draw/sketch/sculpt.
I have had/have a broken heart
Smoked cigarettes.
Rode every ride at an amusement park.
Collected something really stupid.
Gone to a rock concert.
Helped someone.
Gone fishing.
Watched four movies in one night.
Gone long periods of time with out sleep.
Lied to someone.
Been dumped.
Failed a class.
Taken a college level course.
Been in a car accident.
Been in a tornado.
Watched someone die.
Been to a funeral.
Burned yourself. (accidentally)
Ran a marathon.
Your parents got divorced.
Cried yourself to sleep.
Spent over $200 in one day.
Flown on a plane.
Cheated on someone.
Been cheated on.
Written a 10 page letter.
Gone skiing.
Been sailing.
Cut yourself.
Had a best friend.
Lost someone you loved.
Shoplifted something.
Been to jail.
Had detention.
Skipped school.
Got in trouble for something you didn’t do.
Stolen books from the library.
Dropped out of school.
Been in a mental hospital.
Watched the “Harry Potter” movies.
Had an online diary. (kinda)
Fired a gun. (does a water gun count ;D)
Gambled in a casino.
Had a yard sale.
Been in a school play.
Been fired from a job.
Taken a lie detector test.
Swam with dolphins.
Gone to sea world.
Attempted suicide.
Voted for Pop Idol.
Written poetry.
Read more than 20 books a year.
Gone to Europe.
Loved someone you couldn’t have.
Had surgery.
Had stitches.
Taken a taxi.
Seen the Washington Monument.
Had more than 5 IM’s/online conversations going at once.
Had a drug or alcohol problem.
Been in a fist fight.
Suffered any form of abuse.
Had a hamster.
Petted a wild animal.
Used a credit card.
Gone surfing in California.
Dyed your hair.
Got a tattoo.
Had something pierced.
Got straight A’s.
Your parents sent you to a shrink.
Been handcuffed.
Known someone with HIV or AIDS.
Taken pictures with a webcam.
Started a fire.
Had a party while your parents weren’t home.

Gotten caught having a party while they were gone

Monday, September 20, 2010

I m down - please cheer me up

Ya Allah, I am so sad.I don't know why but my heart said so :( Maybe I need to be close to him.Ya Allah, I need you.It s my down time .The feeling of missing something, but I cant describe it. La tahzan ,innallah ma3ana

Sunday, September 19, 2010

Everyday life


I am back to the campus, to continue my life as a student after 1 week eid holiday.I love holiday, and free from busy and hectic life.I wanna be free.hehe.What is best after holiday is...I always make a promise to be a better student and beat the best student in my class.Yeah, every week after holiday I keep doing new niat, new aim,Insha Allah I ll work to it.----->finish all notes in 1 week,insha Allah, case report,

Friday, September 17, 2010

inside out

do 'you' think we have same feeling? I think so, but my heart always wrong about love...

Monday, September 6, 2010


Bismillahir rahman nirrahim

This week could be the most busiest and clumsiest week ever.Because of some reasons
1) I must present case for this week,insha Allah, and I never had experienced about doing physical examination to pediatric patient so I read somewhere and dig lil bit,it could be fun too
2) I must packing (unpacking always) my luggage , bags etc because I m going to celebrate Eid with family at grandma home ( though I love USM, i wont celebrate here alone)
3) My laundry still in progress ...I keep this week to settle everything from last week.LOL
4)blah blah

Til then, bye and eid mubarak everyone.

Friday, September 3, 2010


Due to my affection to jilbab , I did one set on polyvorre


#2 by nafessa featuring cotton shawl

Back lace detailed shoe boot
99 GBP -
Ankle boots »

Naho Bag
$650 -
Hobo handbags »

willow branches natural
$649 -

Zumi Brown Rug 8x10
$499 -

it s nafs, ain't?

Salam alikom wr wb alls

Love the color

Both are from

I don't know what happen to me lately.I always thinking about sporty@ casual jilbab...Oh my godness, I m so teribble,astaghfirullah, I shouldn't think about it too much :( But I can't resist it... I want it.. Nevertheless, none of them sell in Malaysia.( sad again) I can only purchase them via online shopping or sew on my own.Insha Allah I will get them after Eid holiday.

Wednesday, September 1, 2010

bits of ide

Salam alikom wr wb everyone

How s your Ramadhan? Ramadhan comes to its end at last, very soon.Hope we will have some strength that Allah SWT give to be istiqamah with all our good deeds during Ramadhan and we can continue it after Ramadhan until insha Allah.Personally, I myself become a better muslimah in ibadaah aspect ( ibadaah is wider scope in life, even sleep is consider ibadaah if we follow its sunnah) and leave bad parts of me such as waste my time by doing nothing, Alhamdulillah. But still, I need to ponder about not just implies good thing inside me.I have to encourage others too to be a better person as well. Till then, fee amaniAllah

Friday, August 20, 2010

16 things you can do on the Night of Power

16 things you can do on the Night of Power

Abdul Malik Mujahid

Laylatul Qadr (the Night of Power) is described in the Quran as, "better than a thousand months" (97:3). Any action done on this night such as reciting the Quran, remembering Allah, etc. is better than acting for one thousand months which do not contain the night of Qadr.

Allah's Messenger used to exert himself in devotion during the last ten nights to a greater extent than at any other time." (Muslim). Allah's peace and blessings be upon our beloved Prophet.

Aisha, may Allah be pleased with her, related that the Prophet said: Look for Laylatul Qadr on an odd-numbered night during the last ten nights of Ramadan (Bukhari).

The Prophet said: "Whoever prays during the night of Qadr with faith and hoping for its reward will have all of his previous sins forgiven." (Bukhari and Muslim recorded from Abu Huraira).

Here are some tips of things we can do on the Night of Power and the time before and after it.

1. Take a vacation for Allah

We take a break from our jobs for almost everything in life. Why not this time to focus on worshiping and thanking our Creator.

If this is not possible at least take a few days off if you can. This can make it easier to stay awake at night to do extra Ibadah, not having to worry about getting to work the next day.

It will also facilitate doing Itikaf.

2. Do Itikaf

It was a practice of the Prophet to spend the last ten days and nights of Ramadan in the masjid for Itikaf.

Those in Itikaf stay in the masjid all this time, performing various forms of zikr (the remembrance of Allah), like doing extra Salat, recitation and study of the Quran. They do not go outside the masjid except in case of emergencies, therefore, they sleep in the masjid. Their families or the masjid administration takes care of their food needs.

Itikaf of a shorter period of time, like one night, a day or a couple of days is encouraged as well.

3. Make this special Dua

Aisha, may Allah be pleased with her, said: I asked the Messenger of Allah: 'O Messenger of Allah, if I know what night is the night of Qadr, what should I say during it?' He said: 'Say: O Allah, You are pardoning and You love to pardon, so pardon me.' "(Ahmad, Ibn Majah, and Tirmidhi).

The transliteration of this Dua is "Allahumma innaka `afuwwun tuhibbul `afwa fa`fu `annee"

4. Recite the Quran

Perhaps you can choose Surahs or passages from the Quran which you have heard in Tarawih this past Ramadan to recite.

If you attend a class where the recitation of the Quran is taught, this is a great time to put your knowledge into practice.

5. Reflect on the meaning of the Quran

Choose the latest Surah or Surahs you've heard in Tarawih and read their translation and Tafseer. Then think deeply about their meaning and how it affects you on a personal level.

(If you want to study the Quran with more understanding, check out Way to the Quran and Access to Quranic Arabic.

6. Get your sins wiped out

Abu Huraira narrated that the Messenger said: Whoever stands (in prayer) in Laylatul Qadr while nourishing his faith with self-evaluation, expecting reward from Allah, will have all of his previous sins forgiven. [Bukhari and Muslim).

Don't just pray using the shorter Surahs that you know. Try to make your prayers longer, deeper and meaningful. If you are familiar with longer Surahs, read the translation and explanation and then pray reciting these Surahs, carefully reflecting on the meaning while you pray.

Even if you are only familiar with the shorter Surahs, read the translation and explanation beforehand, and then pray reflecting on the message of the Surahs.

This is a good way to develop the habit of concentration, even in regular prayers, where many of us tend to be fidgety and/or easily distracted.

7. Make a personal Dua list.

Ask yourself what you really want from Allah. Make a list of each and everything, no matter how small or how big it is, whether it deals with this world or not. Allah loves to hear from us. Once this list is ready, you can do three things:

• Ask Allah to give you those things
• Think about what actions you have taken to get those things
• Develop a work plan to get those things in future.

8. Evaluate yourself.

Ask yourself those questions that need to be asked. Do an evaluation of where you are and where you are going. Let this evaluation lead you to feel happiness for the good you have done and remorse for the bad you have done. (see a short and a long evaluation guide) This latter feeling should make it easier to seek Allah's sincere forgiveness when making the Dua mentioned in tip number one above.

9. Make long, sincere and deep Duas

One of the best times to do this is during the last part of the night.

Abu Huraira, may Allah be pleased with him, related that the Prophet said: When the last one-third of the night remains, our Lord, the Glorious One descends towards the heaven of the earth and proclaims: Who is that who supplicates for Me, and I grant his supplication? Who is that who begs Me for anything and I grant it to him? And who is that who seeks My forgiveness, and I forgive him? (Bukhari, Muslim).

That means for instance, waking up one hour before Suhoor time to ask Allah for anything and everything you want that is Halal. This can be done using the Duas of the Sunnah, but also Dua in your own language, with sincerity and conviction.

For some tips on making Dua please see the article Some personal Duas you can make.

10. Memorize a different Dua every night

They don't have to be long. They can be just one line. And be sure to know what they mean generally at least, even if you don't know the exact translation in English.

You can put them on index cards (or and keep them with you during the day, glancing at them during work, while driving, waiting in line, etc.) Then practice them at night in prayer.

11. Have Iftar with the family

If you've spent Iftar time on weekdays in your cubicle at work alone with a couple of dates, now is the last few days you'll have this Ramadan to spend with your family. Use it wisely.

12. Take the family to Tarawih

Have your spouse and kids missed Tarawih most of Ramadan because you weren't there to drive them to the Masjid, which is too far away to walk to? If so, do all of yourselves a favor and bring everyone for Tarawih in these last ten nights.

13. Attend the Dua after the completion of Quran recitation

Almost all Masjids where the Imam aims to finish an entire reading of the Quran in Tarawih prayers in Ramadan will be completing their recitation in these last ten nights. They may try to end on one of the odd nights and read the Dua at the end of a reading of the Quran. Attend this particular night's Tarawih prayer with your family. See if you can attend different Masjids' Tarawih prayers the night they finish reading the Quran.

14. Finish reading a book on the Prophet

Read about the Prophet's life, which can increase your love for him and Islam by seeing how much he struggled for Allah's sake. It may inspire you to push yourself even harder during these last ten nights. This community is built on sacrifice.

15. Plan for the next year

Once you've done a self-evaluation, you can plan on where you want to go, at least in the next 12 months. Laylatul Qadr is a great night to be thinking about this (without taking away from your worship), since you'll Insha Allah, be in a more contemplative state. You may choose to dedicate one night of power for evaluation and one night for planning for the next year.

16. To do list for the Night of Power

Make a to do checklist for each Night of Power. This should define how you would like your night, the one better than a thousand months, to be used. Pick things from this list and define the sequence you would like to do things in. This will help you avoid wasting your time in unproductive chats which common in the festive atmosphere of Masjids at the Night of Power.


Thursday, August 19, 2010


Assalamualaikom wr wb/Salam

It is really get into my nerve when a muslimah fully cover her awrah but still some brothers try to catch her attention by saying salam, or asking where she s wanna go.Please,brothers we, real muslimah do not need all those.It s really make us sad, you know.And wishing we were in Rasulullah SAW period, where muslimah can go out without disturbed by man.
Allah SWT says :Tell the believing men to reduce [some] of their vision and guard their private parts. That is purer for them. Indeed, Allah is Acquainted with what they do.(Nur:24:30)
really , the best place of woman is her home.
What do you think? Man nowaday is....

Friday, August 13, 2010

A Story Worth Reading

Since last night my young son has been unwell. When I got back from Work this evening I decided to take him to hospital despite my exhaustion.

There were many waiting; perhaps we will be delayed by more than an hour. I took my number and sat down in the waiting room. There were many faces, young and old, but all silent. Some brothers made use of the many booklets available in the waiting room.

Some of those waiting had their eyes closed, while others were looking around. Most were bored. Once in a while the long silence was broken by a nurse calling out a number. Happiness appears on the one whose turn it is, and he gets up quickly; then silence returns.

A young man grabbed my attention. He was reading a pocket-sized Qur`an continuously; not raising his head even once. At first I did not think much about him. However, after one hour of waiting my casual glances turned into a deep reflection about his lifestyle and how he utilizes his time. One hour of life wasted! Instead of making benefit of that hour, it was just a boring wait. Then the call for prayer was made. We went to prayer in the hospital's Masjid. I tried to pray close to the man who was reading the Qur'an earlier in the waiting room.

After the prayer I walked with him. I informed him of how impressed I was of him and how he tries to benefit from his time. He told me that most of our time is wasted without any benefit. These are days that go from our lives without being conscious of them or regretting their waste. He said that he started carrying the pocket-sized Qur`an around when a friend encouraged him to make full use of his time. He told me that in the time other people waste he gets to read much more of the Qur`an than he gets to read either at home or in the masjid. Moreover, besides the reward of reading the Qur`an, this habit saves him from boredom and stress.

He added that he has now been waiting for one and a half hours. Then he asked, when will you find one and a half hours to read the Qur`an? I reflected; How much time do we waste? How many moments of our lives pass by, and yet we do not account for how
they passed by? Indeed, how many months pass by and we do not read the Qur`an? I came to respect my companion, and I discovered that I am to stand for account and that time is not in my hand; so what am I waiting for?

My thoughts were interrupted by the nurse calling out my number; I went to the doctor. But I want to achieve something now. After I left the hospital I quickly went to the bookshop and bought a pocket-sized Qur`an. I decided to be mindful of how I spend the time.
If this information is beneficial to you, then please do forward it to your friends and relatives.

7 Tips for Improving your Relationship with the Qur'an


Are you one of those people who rarely touches the Qur'an? Or do you read daily, but don't find it is having the impact on you that it should? Whatever the case may be, these are some simple tips that can help you connect with the Qur'an.

1. Before you touch it, check your heart. The key to really benefiting from the Qur'an is to check your heart first, before you even touch Allah's book. Ask yourself, honestly, why you are reading it. Is it to just get some information and to let it drift away from you later? Remember that the Prophet Muhammad (peace and blessings be upon him) was described by his wife as a "walking Qur'an": in other words, he didn't just read and recite the Qur'an, he lived it.

2. Do your Wudu (ablution). Doing your Wudu is good physical and mental preparation to remind you you're not reading just another book. You are about to interact with God, so being clean should be a priority when communicating with Him.

3. Read only 5 minutes everyday. Too often, we think we should read Qur'an for at least one whole hour. If you aren't in the habit of reading regularly, this is too much. Start off with just five minutes daily. If you took care of step one, Insha Allah (God willing), you will notice that those five minutes will become ten, then half an hour, then an hour, and maybe even more!

4. Make sure you understand what you've read. Five minutes of reading the Qur'an in Arabic is good, but you need to understand what you're reading. Make sure you have a good translation of the Qur'an in the language you understand best. Always try to read the translation of what you've read that day.

5. Remember, the Qur'an is more interactive than a CD. In an age of "interactive" CD-Roms and computer programs, a number of people think books are passive and boring. But the Qur'an is not like that. Remember that when you read Qur'an,you are interacting with Allah. He is talking to you, so pay attention.

6. Don't just read, listen too. There are now many audio cassettes and CDs of the Qur'an, a number of them with translations as well. This is great to put on your walkman or your car's CD or stereo as you drive to and from work. Use this in addition to your daily Qur'an reading, not as a replacement for it.

7. Make Dua (supplication). Ask Allah to guide you when you read the Qur'an. Your aim is to sincerely, for the love of Allah, interact with Him by reading, understanding and applying His blessed words. Making Dua to Allah for help and guidance will be your best tool for doing this.

Monday, August 9, 2010

Ramadhan tips

Bismillahir rahmanirrahim...
Salam/Assalamualaykum all

Ramadan is a month when we should come back to the very essence of our life because we are entering a month that everything is about the essential dimension, the very essence of this Islamic teaching and then you should transform Ramadan into a school, a school of life, that is, just how we have to behave. Ramadan is the month of lights not a month between brackets.

There are four things that need to be done in Ramadan that make you a better person. First is seclusion, every one of us needs an hour for himself. The second thing is silence, we talk too much. We need to watch our tongue because a word may slip out of your mouth that can drop you into hell for a hundred years. Number three is hunger. Because when we are eating all the time, we are not noticing what we are doing. As the Prophet (PBUH) said a person only needs few mouthfuls.

Number four, which is the best, it is thinking. If you are keeping silent, if you are keeping hungry a little bit and if you are secluding yourself, what you need to do is to think, to reflect, to ponder. I believe the majority of human beings do not reflect. We are in a time where we are in a rush all the time.

Welcoming Ramadhan

Bismillahir rahmanirrahim...

Hey everyone, on August 11 2010, we will entering the month of Ramadhan,the month when every Muslim around the world fasting.It is the big event for us, Muslim as it is our month.He [the Holy Prophet] said Rajab is Allah's month, Sha'ban is my month, and Ramadan is the month of the Ummah.
It s the month all people forgive each other and restraint ourselves from bad things.I am sure one of the obstacles for Muslims today is that they are not finding it in their hearts to forgive one another.
Ramadan is the month of mercy and forgiveness. If you are unable to give, give it in Ramadan, if you are unable to share, share it in Ramadan, if you are unable to go out of your way to do the things that you were not able to do before, do it in Ramadan. I just ponder this word and reflect my self: How do you expect Allah to forgive you when you do not forgive your spouse, your relatives, or your kids?

Ramadhan mubarak everyone!!!May Allah bless all of us,amen.I wanna apologize if there s any mistake I did.

Friday, August 6, 2010

New things

Bismillahir rahmanir rahim...

Assalamualaykum wr wb/Salam

I am back to blogging world.So many things happen to me.Im now officially a 2nd year student with lots of burden to carry. Many things to read and revise.But, yet I am still the same person, like to have fun with life.Alhamdulillah, I am joining arabic class during convocation holiday via Skype and I meet so many muslimah around the world :)Isn't that great? No, it s awesome!Make new friends and talking about Islam as well, how wonderful.They also have Iqra class, but I never had a chance to join.I missed the class.ALL.But, Insha Allah I will try to join next week.Till that c u .My break is over.

Tuesday, June 22, 2010


Bismillahir rahman nirrahim...

Long time no news, aha. Actually I always online but once I wanna write , I lost my mind on what to write etc, I just blog rolling.Nothing new just I am still on holiday and enjoy a bit of it if not all.I m feeling bored with too much holiday or it just me?Before I start my new sem next month, I have to finish my plan , things i want to do this break.I really eager to begin new semester and hope for the best.Now, I m going to backpack and travel.ta da :)

Thursday, May 6, 2010

Aku mahu nalar cintaMU, ya Allah

Bismillah hirrahman nir rahim...
Sob7anallah, allahu akbar, alhamdulillah. Ya Allah, kurniakan kami ni3mat dari sisi Engkau dengan ar-rahman, ar-rahim dan dengan 99 sifatMu ya Allah.Maha suci Allah, jangan Kau lihat usaha kami yang sedikit ini Ya Rahim.Amin.

Tuesday, May 4, 2010

I wanna cry

بسم الله الرحمن الرحيم...

O Allah, i really miss my Okht fillah, Hajra. Ana twatchtek barcha alf.
I feel wanna to cry when I miss someone, :( miss usrati, amies, all. Give me some strength.La hawla quwata ila billah

Wednesday, April 28, 2010

post from e-mail

بسم الله الرحمن الرحيم...

All are taken from my email.Hope you all get benefit ,okay.
TIPS OF SUCCESS - EXAMS(I like the tips that quote ayah from Quran/Hadith.Sob7anallah :)


اللَّهُمَّ لا سَهْلَ إلَّا مَا جَعَلْتَهُ سَهْلاً وَ إنْتَ تَحْعَلُ الْحزْنَ إذَا شِئْتَ سَهْ

Allahumma la sahla illa ma ja'altu sahla, wa 'anta taj-alul hazna idha shi'ta sahla
O Allah! There is nothing easy except what You make easy, and You make the difficult easy if it be Your Will

[Ibn Hibban]

أللِّهُم النّفَعنِي بِمَا عَلَّمتَنِي وَ عَلِّمنِيِ مَا يَنفَعنِي

Allahumma infa'nii bimaa 'allamtanii wa'allimnii maa yanfa' unii
O Allah! Make useful for me what You taught me and teach me knowledge that will be useful to me.

اللهم اني اسالك العفو والعافية

Allahumma inni as'alukal 'afuwawal-afiya
O Allah! I seek your forgiveness and well being (meaning in examination, memory, and concentration etc)

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إنِّي أعُوذُ بِكَ مِنَ الْهَمِّ وَ الْحَزَنِ ، وَ الْعَجْزِ وَ
الْكَسَلِ ، وَ الْبُخْلِ وَ الْجُبْنِ ، وَ ضَلَعِ الدِّيْنِ وَ غَلَبَةِ

Allahumma inni a'udhubika minal hammi wal
hazan, wal 'ajzi wal kasal, wal bukhli wal jubn, wa dhala'id-dayni wa
ghalabatir rijaal
O Allah! I seek refuge in You from grief and
sadness, from weakness and from laziness, from miserliness and from
cowardice, from being overcome by debt and from being overpowered by
men (other people)
[Sahih al-Bukhari 7:158]

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اللَّهُم¡ اِنِّى اَسْئَلُكَ عِلْمًا نَجِيْحًا

Allahumma inni as'aluka 'ilman-naaji' han
O Allah! I ask You for useful Knowledge

سُبْحَانَكَ لاَ عِلْمَ لَنَا إِلاَّ مَا عَلَّمْتَنَا إِنَّكَ أَنتَ الْعَلِيمُ الْحَكِيمُ

Subhanaka la 'ilma lana 'illa ma 'allamtana 'innaka 'antal-'Alimul Hakim
Glory be to you, we have no knowledge except what you have taught us. Verily, it is You, the All-Knower, the All-Wise
[surah Baqarah; 2:32]

رَّبِّ زِدْنِى عِلْمًا

Rabbi zidni ilma
O my Lord! Advance me in Knowledge
[surah Ta-Ha; 20:114]

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اَللَّهُمَّ ذَكِّرْنِِىْ مِنْهَ ، وَ عَلِّمْنِىْ مِنْهُ مَا جَهِلْتُ

Allahumma zakkirni minhu, wa 'alimni minhu ma jahiltu
O Allah! Assist me to remember it, and teach me whatever I am ignorant of it

اللَّهُمَّ انْفَعَنِىْ بِمَا عَلَّمْتَنِىْ وَ عَلِّمْنِىْ مَا يَنْفَعَنِىْ

Allahummanf' ani bima 'allamtani, wa 'allimni ma yaufa'uni
O Allah! Let the knowledge that You have granted me, be useful for me, and teach me whatever can be fruitful for me

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Revision tips:

1. Always pray at the correct time to give yourself a full mental and spiritual recharge.

2. Arise bright and early to pray fajr and then revise, for it is the most blessed time of the day.

3. Develop a timetable to monitor your progress, make sure you allocate adequate time for fun and relaxation as well.

4. While revising, vary subjects and their difficulty so you don't get bored or disheartened.

To prevent mental fatigue, take a short break as soon as you notice
your mind is losing concentration, it is important to relax.

6. Maintain a regular sleep pattern, pray and go to sleep early.

Eat healthily; nutrients will help your brain stay sharp. Don't drink
too much coffee, tea or fizzy drinks. Caffeine will keep you up and
reduce the clarity of your thinking.

8. Stay away from distractions that could cause loss of concentration or unwanted anxiety.

Increase in your reading and listening of the Qur'an and performing
more ibadah (worship). Keep away from bad actions and deeds - Follow up
a bad deed with a good deed, to cancel it out.

Exam time:

1. Pray 2 rakat nafl prior to exam

2. Say In the name of Allah, the Most Merciful, the Most Kind - before commencing the exam - indeed before anything that you do.

Recite some du'as (like the ones listed above), and keep in constant
dhikrullah (i.e. the daily dhikrs when waking, dressing, eating,
sleeping, etc)

4. Come home and pray 2 rakat nafl after the exam
for shukr (offer thanks to Allah) for granting you the strength and
persistence and ability to complete the exam and accomplish goals

Wednesday, April 7, 2010


i feel really bad of myself lately.i just a person but lost everything, i need a booster for myself to wake up.wake up is what i need now.please give some motivation for me.i think i m such a slut!opss

Monday, March 29, 2010



skateboard??Yeah,I enjoy that sport a lot.But I never hanged out with skater boys or girls before.I had my teen years just anyone else.The feeling to try something new, but Alhamdulillah I don't involve that kind of group.I tried playing the skateboard after my bro bought it and I tried it but I fall and had bruises.And it OK after 2 weeks,and I promised not to play it any more.Have you tried it and had the same experience like me?I miss it :(


All styles I never tried, but to me they are VERY cool!!!

Sunday, February 28, 2010

It s not easy

Assalamu'alaikum all sisters/readers

Not me.LOL

I didnt post anything because I dont have any idea what Im going to write.I prefer read others blog.Well, yeah it s not easy as I thought!!!I joined swimming class- but not so formal, you can come or skip.Well,today was my second time practising/ or whatever it called.Last week I thought OMG I keep thinking how impatient am I to attend the sec , so on so on.But today after second lesson, I just want to give up!How fast LOL.Not, I m not going to stop what I ve started because I love swimming..It s very nice.

Thursday, February 4, 2010



Exam finished :)Alhumdulillah, hope get excellent marks ,Insya Allah.Dont feel to blog.Maybe quiting later.

Monday, January 25, 2010

Palestine abaya


Just post this to say I like it.The palestine flag abaya, that I decorated and the Miss Abaya that I own.

Tuesday, January 12, 2010



Exam is just around the corner, and I am now entering the red zone,alert mood..So many thing happen, that makes me reflex back what I did within 1 week and anything around me.I now am undergoing another phase in my life. Woman phase,erk? Back to exam mood, I need to study hard this very time,no more play, no f**k Facebook, chatting, news maybe, but nnnoooo I need to update with news.escpecially now,in Malaysia..Egypt,Palestine,Muslim world, oho, I wish I dont have any exam..

Till then go reading anyone else blog..oh nobody cares of my blog..hehe

* And I have to let go someone this timo :(Have to.
Yes, Insya Allah everything will be better:)Just put trust in Allah because we never expected what miracle is Allah planning for us and me.

Friday, January 8, 2010

Gen Y: Permata Yang Hilang


Alhamdulillah, Allah give me chance to listen to a talk show in my campus.That s so nice about Generation Y.What is the gen Y refers to? actually they are person born from 1982-2000.Then starting from 2001 onwards are gen Z.But, what is best about the talk is Ustaz Hasrizal, well known as saiful Islam from name after his blog also are the person involve.Actually he is Gen X person hihi.
These all that I take from the talk.I just jotted down something I think may beneficial of us and ME as well.

The talk is about generasi Y escpecially in malaysia yg kita boleh katakan makin hilang permatanya, dari banyak segi, ilmu dan amal.Pemuda dan pemudi adalah aset negara dan zaman ini lah zaman atau tahap dimana semua orang jelous.Ye lah, budak2 nak cepat jd besar.and Orang tua pun ada yg nak jadi muda.Zaman tenaga masih ada lah katakan...

Jadi, 3 orang panel; Prof Rashidi from A n E department yag terjun jadi ustaz , Kak Jazimah, senior 5 Medic dan Ustaz Saiful Islam.mengupas topik ini, macam mana gen Y ini boleh berubah dan mengilap potensi diri.

Gen Y ada determination but usaha how??
Jwpan by Ustaz:Tukar kata hati
2)Puji diri sendiri tp disandarkan kepada Allah
3)Buat ayat yg menghasilkan diam.

Kata2 Ustaz yg sy rasa menarik.
1)Mengubah diri untuk menjadi hebat, it is not an option it is a MUST!
2)Syurga/heaven only for great people.
3)You have just to believe
4)Bertanding dgn diri sendiri
5)Jangan berpuas hati dengan apa yg ada di negara/diri sendiri.Do more.
6)Learn social behaviour in history.
7)Kalau hati saya dah bulat, tak ada siapa yg dapat menghalang.
8)keyboard warrior( new vocab)- a person who good online, but in reality become robot
9)Utk jadi org hebat:
-perlu jadi pekak sesekala
-Du'a yang ikhlas

Pemuda hebat berdasarkan fizikal,apa yg pemudi dpt sumbang
Answered by Senior Jazimah
-Wanita dapat melahirkan PEJUANG YG HEBAT.
-seorang wanita perlu memiliki personaliti unggul
-boleh memimpin

I hope this will make as a guidance to me and all
If dont understand can ask:)

Wednesday, January 6, 2010

The Reality of Being a Student of Knowledge


What a long entry I think for today, but it is an excerpt and edited from an article

The Reality of Being a Student of Knowledge

Many people hear about the virtues of the student of knowledge and want to drop what they are doing to become one. However, it must be known, that not everyone is fit to be a student of knowledge.I hope I can be fitted one!!! Whoever intends to take this path, before leaving his home, work, and family, let him think about the lifestyle that awaits him.

Here are some questions you can ask yourself:

Do you know that you will be studying every day for at least six hours? Even the lightest study schedules, like those found in the Islamic universities, demand at least six hours a day of reading. More serious and active students would consider six hours a day to be quite a weak and empty schedule. But let us think about the easiest schedule - six hours a day. Are you studying at home at least six hours a day consistently? If not, why do you want to leave your country to do it somewhere else? -I must study at least 6 hours if I think I just the weakest student, so have to study MORE!!!

Start with the Qur'aan and whatever books you have about Islaam, and study them for at least six hours a day. Is this a schedule you want to live by? Can you keep this up for years?

What about your lifestyle? Are you doing things that you know you should have stopped a long time ago? Are there luxuries that you indulge in that you could not do without? Many students left their homelands and journeyed far only to find their addictions to television, movie theatres, music, and other things calling them back. Surely, you must wean yourself from the things that you know are wrong now, migrating from what Allaah prohibited within your own city, so that your migration to seek knowledge in another land will be successful.- Prevent myself from lagha things.

Do you have patience? Do you strive through deeds that are unappealing or do you abandon them once the difficulties come? Surely, seeking knowledge at times does not have the same appeal that it had before you began. I mean, for example, the student who is excited about studying the Sciences of Hadeeth will one day find himself memorizing the biographies of narrators - when and where they lived, who they met and studied from, who met and studied under them, when and where they died, what did the Imaams of Hadeeth say about them, etc. The student studying Fiqh will find himself memorizing information like the amount of zakaah due on 91 camels, 50 sheep, or $3000 worth of merchandise. Or he may memorize who gets one-sixth of a deceased's wealth, or who gets one-third, etc. Seeking knowledge is hard work that requires long hours of reading and memorization! It is often not as fun as it seemed in the beginning, nor will you always have the same zeal! Do you have the patience to stick with it over the years?-I need to memorise almost everything, not just for sake of EXAM!!!

If you are considering studying based on knowledge , then please consider this advice carefully. I hope that you find it beneficial, and Allaah knows best.

May Allaah Most High make the author from the firmest of the people upon this advice.

This article was taken from BAKKAHnet (

Monday, January 4, 2010

Nasyid wa pentomim


I hope I can go tomorrow,Insya Allah.Because only muslimat can join and participates.No boys allowed.

Sunday, January 3, 2010

Abaya is arrived


Alhamdulillah,penantian selama 1 bulan terbayar sudah.Abaya yg dipesan sudah tiba.Bestnya, I think it suits me very well.Bought from MISS ABAYA.Actually I want to wear this abaya during the opening ceremony of Minggu Penghayatan Islam(MPI), but I wear the old,that I have.Masya Allah, I am little surprised, most of student wear black abaya..I like it- design variation.Just imagine- malaysian student wear abaya, it is very harmonise:) and nice.I am crazy -abaya,abaya,sick of it.

Friday, January 1, 2010



skateboard??Yeah,I enjoy that sport a lot.But I never hanged out with skater boys or girls before.I had my teen years just anyone else.The feeling to try something new, but Alhamdulillah I don't involve that kind of group.I tried playing the skateboard after my bro bought it and I tried it but I fall and had bruises.And it OK after 2 weeks,and I promised not to play it any more.Have you tried it and had the same experience like me?I miss it :(


All styles I never tried, but to me they are VERY cool!!!