Thursday, November 10, 2011

yg awal pasti ada akhirnya...


dlm kehidupan...
sgalanya punya psgn...

yg sedih,gembira
yg tggi,rendah
hitam juga punya putih..

sedang kita di atas,
dan kehidupan berputar..
kita juga akan merasa situasi di bawah..

dimana ada awal...
disitu juga ada akhirnya,,
dimana ada kelebihan..
disitu juga punya kelemahan..

tinggal kita memilih..
cara penilaian kita tersendiri..

menyerah bukan bermakna mengalah semata..
malah ia juga simbol menerima seadanya..
memberi peluang ia bertindak mengikut arus lain-nya
membuka ruang menerima
setelah terlalu bnyk memberi dan meminta

apa jua keadaannya..
ketulusan itu yg ku pilih..
kejujuran itu yg ku nanti..

sedang aku cuba memahami
segenap kehidupan ini..

memberi juga perlu kepada menerima..
dan segalanya punya kelebihan dan kekurangan..
walau apa jua keputusan yg kau pilih..
masih ada kiri kanannya..
jua atas bawahnya..

sedang Dia lebih mengetahui apa yg terbaik buatmu,
Dia yg lebih memahami..
Dia jugalah yg Maha Adil..lagi Maha Bijaksana..

smoga sgala pengorbanan yg kita semua lakukan..
diterima Dia..Sang Pencipta...


Monday, November 7, 2011

eid mubarak =)

awwalan bismillah wassalam'alaik...

just wanna share a bit of info that i've borrowed from^_^
entitled 'eid mubarak'

Eid Mubarak (Arabicعيد مبارك‎, Persian/Urduعید مُبارکMalayalamഈദ്‌ മുബാറക്‌Bengaliঈদ মুবারক) is a traditional Muslim greeting reserved for use on both festivals of Eid ul-Adha and Eid ul-Fitr. The phrase translates into English as "blessed festival", and can be paraphrased as "may you enjoy a blessed festival" (Eid refers to the occasion itself, and Mubarak means "Blessed")
Muslims wish each other Eid Mubarak after performing the Eid prayer. This celebration continues until the end of the day for Eid ul-Fitr (or al-Fitr) and continues a further three days for Eid ul-Adha (or Al-Adha). However, in the social sense people usually celebrate Eid ul-Fitr at well as Eid ul-Adha, by visiting family and exchanging greetings such as "Eid Mubarak".
An exception to this use in the Muslim world is Turkey, where 'Eid Mubarak' is not common at all. Instead, a synonymous phrase "Bayramınız mübarek olsun" is used, alongside with its more Turkicized counterpart, "Bayramınız kutlu olsun", both meaning exactly the same: "May your holiday be blessed". In Pashtun areas of Afghanistan and Pakistan, the Pashto Akhtar de nekmregha sha, meaning "may your festival be blessed" is common. Speakers of Arabic might also add "kul 'am wantum bikhair", which means "[May] you be well every year". It should be noted that exchanging these greetings are a cultural tradition and are not part of any religious obligation.
Throughout the Muslim world there are numerous other greetings for Eid ul-Adha and Eid ul-Fitr. The Companions of the Islamic prophet Muhammad used to say to each other when they met on Eid ul-Fitr: Taqabbalallâhu minnâ wa minkum (which means "[May] God accept from us and you [our fasts and deeds]".[1]

n this is another ref..

Muslims observe two major holidays: Eid al-Fitr (at the end of the annual fasting month ofRamadan), and Eid al-Adha (at the end of the annual pilgrimage to Mecca). During these times, Muslims give thanks to Allah for His bounty and mercy, celebrate the holy days, and wish each other well. While appropriate words in any language are welcome, there are some traditional or common Arabic greetings that one may use or come across:

  • "Kul 'am wa enta bi-khair!"
    ("May every year find you in good health!")
  • "Eid Mubarak!"
    ("Blessed Eid!")
  • "Eid Saeed!"
    ("Happy Eid!")
  • "Taqabbala Allahu minna wa minkum."
    ("May Allah accept from us, and from you.")

so, dear self..u don't hv to b confused r da details...
wslm'alaik..~ ^_^

Sunday, November 6, 2011

a love letter~~

A love letter from a Muslim man to the girl he loves.

“If you love me, 
don’t confess your love to me, 
this won’t please me and will keep me away! 
love words don’t attract me. 
If you love me, 
wait for me and I will knock on your door in the right time. 
Don’t give me privileges which I don’t deserve. 
Keep me away from you, and I will approach you. 
If you approach me, I will stay away from you. 
Don’t love me, for I want your ignorant in love. 
I want to teach you love when the right time come and you will be my-halal, only when we are joined together under our Creator’s satisfaction. 
Don’t tell me what you feel, 
don’t give me from your time, 
don’t push me to lose you. 
I am a man who won’t accept to see the one he loves committing sins or to live a forbidden love behind the back of her family. 
I don’t want her to feel guilty and don’t want her heart to suffer. 
Put limits to me that I won’t cross, 
kill me inside you so I won’t grow to kill you. 
Preserve what is beautiful inside you. 
I want you innocent, chaste, pure. 
I want you dear, not easy. 
And then, Only then, I will face everything and will be ready to go through difficulties to get you 
How could I be a faithful man to you when I try to break your chastity? 
How would I be faithful to you if I push you to betray your family? 
How could I trust a love which grew under Allah’s wrath ? 
To love you means to protect you, 
to preserve you not to kill what is beautiful in you. 
Don’t be easy because then, I may not value you. 
Don’t love me now, so I won’t hate you! 
My heart wants you and doesn't want to lose you. 
I don’t want you to be just a passing fancy to me, 
I want you a wife, a lover, the mother of my children, 
I want you to be the one I will spend my whole life with.”