out of everything that I'm going to leave in Malaysia the one that I'll dearly miss,
is my UMMI,
*breaking down into tears*
I love you, Ummi.
Thank you Allah, because of you, I got a superb woman as my mum.
we were just celebrating Malaysian Day last night and on the exact day an ukhti showed us this video
we believe that Islam will soon and somehow rise up again
but what do we do along the way?
It's not easy to install faith an imaan in us
even Rasulullah took 13 years to keep on doing that,
we only took 13 days and we see the light of giving up already
Yes, that is what we definitely need, reminders to keep on reminding how Jannah is our solution.
please do remind me and others that we need to unite to have Islam rise.
also do remind that this road is not easy and full of 'onak duri'
and take care of our friends and family
and to other human beings
and to the environment around us, the trees,oceans
and most important, our relation with Allah silah matinul billah
Yes it bugs me when i'm relaxing too much without thinking about my brothers and sisters out there.
Tadi ada sharing dgn adik-adik shah alam,dapat mengimbau sejenak masa mula2 kenal usrah and tarbiyyah.dan menyoal pada diri,ke manakah himmah dan rasa izzah tentang islam pergi?
Please come back to me, i need them now because I'll be going to egypt and leave malaysia and sisters here.
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Gosh , I'm so flattered and honored because I get to be alive in this magnificent world created by Allah for about 2 decades now.Its a little weird to wear a 20s title, but it wont be long, as my age will be increasing up to whatever age Allah has stated in His Luh mahfuz of my whereabouts on earth.
I'm thinking , when will I be leaving this dunya , full of lies and misery and blinding us all with its entertainment.I sometimes sink into the false dunya, but alhamdulillah, Allah is always there for me. Always and forever there.To remind me and to knock in some senses in me.
I remember my mum suggesting this song when I requested for a farewell song. And since yesterday, everyone were dispersing , everywhere. People were leaving their loved behind just for the sake of Allah, to become a muslim doctor. Since last night, there were two groups from our batch going to different destinations, Bandung, Indonesia and Belgaum, India. At the airport, tears were streaming along with every hugs, hands holding tightly not wanting to let go, looking in deeply into the eyes, wondering when to see each other again. And today, another group is going to Manipal, India.
Who could have thought that everyone has separated after 2 years sticking together through thick and thin. After two solid years, we went through everything together, birthday pranks, baling selipar, minimart trips, pasar malam trips, making noise in the library, having usrah, get together for riyadhus salihin, house to house-tangga to tangga visits and now, its just a memory, a very good one I must say tho…
Subhanallah , Bro Daud didnt even realise that he was a muslim and that basically was because nobody ever invited him in the first place to enter islam.
It reminds me of Shahadatul haq , where , its the muslims job to ensure that the people around the world gets to know about islam and whats in it.
Astaghfirullah , istighfar needed because of the laziness and lack of responsibility.
Yes its true , its nearly a week since Ramadhan ended.Restaurants are once again alive during daylight , stalls selling drinks and foods are activated once again , for those who are hungry and would like to quench their thirst . In all , everything returns normal.But does it mean , we need to return to our normal self too.The normal self that loves wasting time , loves shopping around in shopping galores and still be in there eventhough passed prayer time.The normal self who gossips and talks behind peoples back. The normal self who opens the Qur'an once a while.
Astaghfirullah , the Ramadhan month was for us to knit the Taqwa Clothe , I hope I can already where mine by now.