Wednesday, November 28, 2007

Peluang atau Pilihan

Chance/Choice ?

Ketika kita bertemu orang yang tepat untuk dicintai,
Ketika kita berada di tempat pada saat yang tepat,
Itulah kesempatan.

Ketika kita bertemu dengan seseorang yang membuatmu tertarik,
Itu bukan pilihan, itu kesempatan.

Bertemu dalam suatu peristiwa bukanlah pilihan,
Itupun adaah kesempatan.

Bila kita memutuskan untuk mencintai orang tersebut,
Bahkan dengan segala kekurangannya,
Itu bukan kesempatan, itu adalah pilihan.

Ketika kita memilih bersama dengan seseorang
walaupun apapun yang terjadi,
Itu adalah pilihan.

Bahkan ketika kita menyadari bahwa masih banyak orang lain
Yang lebih menarik, lebih pandai, lebih kaya daripada pasanganmu
Dan tetap memilih untuk mencintainya,
Itulah pilihan.

Perasaan cinta, simpatik, tertarik,
Datang bagai kesempatan pada kita.
Tetapi cinta sejati yang abadi adalah pilihan.
Pilihan yang kita lakukan.

Berbicara tentang pasangan jiwa,
Ada suatu kutipan dari film yang Mungkin sangat tepat :
"Nasib membawa kita bersama, tetapi tetap bergantung pada kita bagaimana membuat semuanya berhasil"

Pasangan jiwa bisa benar-benar ada.
Dan bahkan sangat mungkin ada seseorang
Yang diciptakan hanya untukmu.

Tetapi tetap berpulang padamu
Untuk melakukan pilihan apakah engkau ingin
Melakukan sesuatu untuk mendapatkannya,
atau tidak...

Kita mungkin kebetulan bertemu pasangan jiwa kita,
Tetapi mencintai dan tetap bersama pasangan jiwa kita,
Adalah pilihan yang harus kita lakukan.

Kita ada di dunia bukan untuk mencari seseorang
yang sempurna untuk dicintai
TETAPI untuk
belajar mencintai orang yang tidak sempurna
dengan cara yang sempurna

Tuesday, November 27, 2007

Interesting Letter...Sapa nak tolong JELASKAN untuk Aku yang Jahil nih?

Raja Petra Kamarudin

Dear son,

I am glad you have finally decided on a career change.
A chef is certainly a better profession than the one
now . No doubt a security guard's pay may be
good.....well, that is equivalent to RM50 an hour
which is what most people earn in a day in
Malaysia.....but that would be more or less what will
you earn for the rest of your life unless you make supervisor or something like that.
Sure, you can bring in more than RM10,000 a month, but
don't you find after more than four years that that job has become
rather stale? After all, we did not send you to the UK
just to work. We wanted you to obtain an education as
well. At least in the event you wish to come back to
Malaysia you would be armed with a piece of paper that
could help get you settled down quite comfortably.
Some chefs in Malaysia earn more money than the F&B
manager, so you are certainly on the right track here.

Okay, now to your question of pork. Of course you are
going to face the dilemma of having to cook pork,
especially in the UK . I really don't know what to
advise you - Muslims are forbidden
from eating pork. But you are only forbidden from
eating it. I do not know if this means you cannot cook
it or serve it as well. As you suggested, you can
always wear gloves and not come into direct contact
with the meat. And if you accidentally come into
contact with the meat you can always samak (clean)
Alright, on the issue of samak that you
raised, I suggest you ask the Imam or one of the more
knowledgeable chaps at the Islam Centre in Manchester
.. No doubt, samak in the traditional or 'old' sense
means cleaning with sand. You see, sand has a
purifying affect and that is why water filters use
sand to clean dirty water. But today there are many
other and modern cleansing agents that do the job
better. Take Vim as one example. It is very coarse,
like sand, and it can clean even black pots, pans and
kettles and they become like new again. Can cleaning
with Vim be regarded as samak or must you actually use
real sand? I am sure Manchester 's Islam Centre can
shed some light on this matter.

Nevertheless, if you are careful and not too clumsy,
you can actually cook pork without touching it. I am not about the fumes though and whether this will stick to your clothes and body. But
let us assume you do not come into any contact whatsoever with the meat then I suspect there is no harm in you cooking it. As
I said, you just can't eat it, that's all. I mean,
even in Saudi Arabia they sell Hush Puppies and these
are made from pigskin. But the skin is cleaned when it
is processed into leather, so it is considered already
samak and therefore is regarded as clean. Now, liquor
is another thing altogether. Not only are you not
supposed to drink liquor, but you are not supposed to
serve, keep, profit from, or handle liquor in any way.
In short, you must have absolutely no dealings with
liquor, not only must you not drink it.

Okay, on the point you raised about the MAS stewards
and stewardesses. No doubt they serve liquor onboard
the MAS flights and the Muslim stewards and
stewardesses serve you. But this does not make it
okay. Even though they might not drink
the liquor, the fact that they serve it is as bad as
they are drinking it. And the haram act is not confined
to just the stewards and stewardesses. The pilots
are also accomplices. So are the Directors of
the company. The shareholders are also earning haram
income. And if ASB or Tabung Haji also own shares in MAS
then those who invest in ASB and Tabung Haji are also
earning haram income. This is very clear and there
is no compromise on the issue. So steer clear of liquor
at all costs even if you have to take a lesser salary at a
liquor-free establishment. But is this possible in the UK ? I suppose if in Muslim-owned establishments like the Pernas hotels and MAS they are not
too concerned about liquor, you may have to also
overlook this issue. If not, where in heaven's name are you going t work as a chef in the UK if you insist on a liquor-free establishment? And when
you come back to Malaysia and work as a chef in a
five-star hotel, even those owned by the government, you cannot avoid liquor.

On the matter of wishing your friends there 'Merry Christmas', I would not worry so much about that if I were you. Actually the jury is still out on this one. No doubt some people have come out
with fatwah (decrees) that we are not supposed to
wish our non-Muslim friends a happy anything. I
really don't know. Maybe, as they say, it is wrong because then w would be considered aping or following the non-Muslims, so that would therefore make us non-Muslim as well. But there are so
many other things non-Muslims do which we follow, so would this not make us non-Muslims as well?

I mean, just look at the financial and monetary system. We use paper money and float bonds, promissory notes, letters of credit and so on.
All these are creations of the non-Muslims. Yet we use these instruments in our daily life. If we are really concerned about being 'proper' Muslims and about not aping the non-Muslims, then we should
revert to gold coins instead of paper money. In fact,
paper money is only a promise to pay. And paper money
is a big risk, a gamble, as it fluctuates in value.
Islam would certainly not endorse this but name me one Muslim country that does not indulge in it.
And what about the practice of putting paper money in Ang Pows every
Hari Raya? Is this not a non-Muslim custom as well which we now follow? As I said, if we are really concerned about being proper Muslims,
then this practice of Hari Raya Ang Pows should be stopped.

According to Dr Mahathir, 80% of the income tax comes
from the Chinese. This can only mean two things.
Either the Malays run away from paying income tax, or the wealth of this nation is mostly owned by the Chinese and that is why they pay 80%
of the income tax. Anyway, 97% of Malaysia 's civil servants of almost one million -- which includes the police and security forces -- are Malays, meaning
Muslims. Can you imagine 97% of one million people -- that is
Malays -- earning a salary from the government which gets 80% of its income tax from non-Muslim Chinese?

How do the Chinese earn their profits for which they pay tax? Other than the normal manufacturing, trading, property development, etc, the Chinese
run lotteries, slot machines, hotels, massage parlours, Karaok lounges, bars, pubs, discos, money lending companies,etc. In short, the Chinese are
involved in every un-Islamic business activity you can think of. But this does not mean that these are illegal businesses because most times they have licences for these businesses. Nevertheless, they are un-Islamic business
activities and they pay licence fees to the governme which again goes into the kitty. Then this tax from this un-Islamic income is used to pay the salaries of
the one million civil servants, 97% of whom are Muslims.

So I would not worry about wishing your friends in Manchester "Merry Christmas". After all, it is more culture than religion and Jesus is also a prophet of the Muslims as much as of the Christians. To me, wishing someone "Merry Christmas", if it is really a sin, is still a smaller sin than some of those others I have mentioned above. Anyway, how can we accept the word of a Mufti or Imam who works for the government and derives his salary from income tax
where 80% comes from non-Muslims and many of whom are involved in businesses that go against Islamic teachings? I mean,would you listen to a Mufti who earns his salary from taxes that comes from Chinese who run
brothels disguised as massage parlours and legally licensed by the government to do so?

Monday, November 26, 2007

Dalam 13 jam

Hari ini, aku mula "bertugas" dari jam 7.30 am sehinggalah 8.30 pm. Bermula dari rutin biasa menghantar Anisa ke sekolah, aku terus ke TM Point kerana streamyx kat rumah low connection sejak seminggu dua. Aku tak ambik port pasal aku pakai Diginet tapi gangguannya timbul bila Diginet pun mula slow...

Selepas itu aku ke MCIS Zurich, saja jumpa member lama si Aini dan bos MCIS di Ipoh, Kris sebab dah setahun tak bertanya khabar. Al kisah aku punya ejen insurans, Encik Kamarolzaman telah kembali ke rahmatullah kerana leukemia. Sedih bila Aini ceritakan kisah kematiannya. Bermula dari isterinya kemalangan sehingga hilang ingatan, dia begitu sibuk menjaga 5 anak yang masih kecil sehingga mengabaikan kesihatannya. Apabila si isteri kembali pulih, tahap penyakit sudah terlalu kritikal sehingga tidak dapat diselamatkan. Alhamdulillah, MCIS membayar sebanyak RM 100 000 sebagai pampasan. Malahan beliau sempat mencarum untuk isteri dan anak-anak. Maka mereka tidak perlu membayar premium tetapi akan menerima keuntungan bila tiba masanya. Ambillah iktibar. Walaupun aku seorang pemboros tetapi aku mula mencarum dari tahun pertama aku menjadi guru. Budak buas katakan..banyak jugalah jasa MCIS kepada aku kerana ada juga dua ke tiga kali claim kemalangan!

Dari situ aku ke Digi centre..biasalah bila dapat gaji, bayar bil... Selesai urusan aku di situ, terus aku balik ke rumah kerana ada janji dengan pegawai dari Lembaga Peladang Perak. Rupa-rupanya dia terlupa! Ada ke patut...So aku terus ke paejabatnya di Chemor dan dari situ aku terus ke Siputeh, Parit dengannya. Sepanjang perjalanan banyak peluang yang aku nampak. Rupa-rupanya Malaysia ni money pit (lubuk duit)! Cuma anak muda Malaysia tak nampak semua itu kerana buta dengan kesenangan yang diterima. Maka berduyun-duyunlah mat-mat Bangla, Minah Indon, mamat Siam tak kurang mereka dari Sudan, Filipina atau Negara Barat yang datang mencedok kekayaan Malaysia untuk dibawa pulang.

Antara peluang terbuka di depan mata aku ialah dalam bidang ternak lembu, sebenarnya itu merupakan satu projek cantik bagi siswazah mengganggur yang tersadai ketiadaan kerja! Hadhari Cattle Sdn. Bhd menyediakan ruang dan peluang secara percuma untuk membuat duit buta! Apa tidaknya, mereka akan memberikan wang pinjaman sebanyak RM 180 000, lembu, kepakaran dan kemudiannya lembu-lembu yang mencecah berat 450 kg itu akan dibeli semula oleh Hadhadi Cattle. Fuiyooh..duit free. Tapi kena kerja keraslah.

Selain dari itu, banyak tanah kerajaan yang boleh dibangunkan dengan sewaan serendah RM 2000 setahun untuk tanah seluas 200 ekar. Sewa tanah ini hanya dibayar selepas 3 tahun kita menyewa. Alamak wa cakap lu... banyak benda yang boleh dibuat.

Sekarang ni paling in-thing ialah cendawan. Aku sendiri pun dah jumpa lubuknya tapi belum bersedia nak venture kerana bukan masaalah modal tapi masaalah, adakah itu yang aku nak? Setakat nak buka minda orang memang jadi!

Dari situ, aku bersama Anisa, Abdul Rahman dan pegawai LPP makan tengahari di Restoren Tasik Raban yang memang sentiasa menjadi penaik semangat dalam dunia masakan! Aku selalu bercerita pada mak, kalau nak besarkan kedai makan di Taiping, gunakan konsep Restoren Tasik Raban yang berfokus kepada pelbagai masakan kampung.

Selepas menghantar pegawai tu balik ke pejabat, aku terus ke tadika di Bandar Sri Klebang untuk berjumpa dengan rakan kongsi tadika yang aku tak jumpa selama setahun! Nak kutip untung..dah cukup haul! Dalam diam sebenarnya rakan kongsi aku dah membuka 3 cawangan dan aku pun terfikir untuk membuka cawangan kedua bersamanya! Untuk membuat pinjaman dah jumpa link! So tinggal nak sembang semula dan buat proposal. Bisnes tadika ni banyak untung...

Bila balik tu dah ligat dah kepala!!

Bila sampai rumah, si Nita geng India aku telefon, kerana masalah visa. Aku kena serahkan pasport untuk buat visa ke India kerana salinan pasport yang di fax ke embassy tak dapat diproses.Ciss...Terus aku dan budak-budak ke padang Polo untuk berjumpa dengan Rudy, anak Nita untuk serahkan passport.

Balik ke rumah aku dah kepenatan, so dinner malam ni hanya mee sanggul dan kueteow bandung dari Pak Ali kat rumah wlaupun dah dikeluarkan ikan dan sayur untuk masak malam!

Selesai semua, aku test streamyx, rupa-rupanya ada sapa ntah offkan adsl kat pc. Buat penat jer pagi-pagi ke TM point. tapi salah aku juga tak check dulu.

Excitednya nak tunggu esok!

The top 10 languages spoken in the world

10. French
Number of speakers: 129 million

Often called the most romantic language in the world, French is spoken in tons of countries, including Belgium, Canada, Rwanda, Cameroon, and Haiti. Oh, and France too. We're actually very lucky that French is so popular, because without it, we might have been stuck with Dutch Toast, Dutch Fries, and Dutch kissing (ew!).
To say "hello" in French, say "Bonjour" (bone-JOOR).
9. Malay (Indonesian)
Number of speakers: 159 million

Malay-Indonesian is spoken - surprise - in Malaysia and Indonesia. Actually, we kinda fudged the numbers on this one because there are many dialects of Malay, the most popular of which is Indonesian. But they're all pretty much based on the same root language, which makes it the ninth most-spoken in the world.Indonesia is a fascinating place; a nation made up of over 13,000 islands it is the sixth most populated country in the world. Malaysia borders on two of the larger parts of Indonesia (including the island of Borneo), and is mostly known for its capital city of Kuala Lumpur.
To say "hello" in Indonesian, say "Selamat pagi" (se-LA-maht PA-gee).
8. Portuguese
Number of speakers: 191 million

Think of Portuguese as the little language that could. In the 12th Century, Portugal won its independence from Spain and expanded all over the world with the help of its famous explorers like Vasco da Gama and Prince Henry the Navigator. (Good thing Henry became a navigator . . . could you imagine if a guy named "Prince Henry the Navigator" became a florist?) Because Portugal got in so early on the exploring game, the language established itself all over the world, especially in Brazil (where it's the national language), Macau, Angola, Venezuela, and Mozambique.
To say "hello" in Portuguese, say "Bom dia" (bohn DEE-ah).
7. Bengali
Number of speakers: 211 million

In Bangladesh, a country of 120+ million people, just about everybody speaks Bengali. And because Bangladesh is virtually surrounded by India (where the population is growing so fast, just breathing the air can get you pregnant), the number of Bengali speakers in the world is much higher than most people would expect.
To say "hello" in Bengali, say "Ei Je" (EYE-jay).
6. Arabic
Number of speakers: 246 million

Arabic, one of the world's oldest languages, is spoken in the Middle East, with speakers found in countries such as Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Iraq, Syria, Jordan, Lebanon, and Egypt. Furthermore, because Arabic is the language of the Koran, millions of Moslems in other countries speak Arabic as well. So many people have a working knowledge of Arabic, in fact, that in 1974 it was made the sixth official language of the United Nations.
To say "hello" in Arabic, say "Al salaam a'alaykum" (Ahl sah-LAHM ah ah-LAY-koom).
5. Russian
Number of speakers: 277 million

Mikhail Gorbachev, Boris Yeltsin, and Yakov Smirnoff are among the millions of Russian speakers out there. Sure, we used to think of them as our Commie enemies. Now we think of them as our Commie friends. One of the six languages in the UN, Russian is spoken not only in the Mother Country, but also in Belarus, Kazakhstan, and the U.S. (to name just a few places).
To say "hello" in Russian, say "Zdravstvuite" (ZDRAST-vet- yah).
4. Spanish
Number of speakers: 392 million

Aside from all of those kids who take it in high school, Spanish is spoken in just about every South American and Central American country, not to mention Spain, Cuba, and the U.S. There is a particular interest in Spanish in the U.S., as many English words are borrowed from the language, including: tornado, bonanza, patio, quesadilla, enchilada, and taco grande supreme.
To say "hello" in Spanish, say "Hola" (OH-la).
3. Hindustani
Number of speakers: 497 million

Hindustani is the primary language of India's crowded population, and it encompasses a huge number of dialects (of which the most commonly spoken is Hindi). While many predict that the population of India will soon surpass that of China, the prominence of English in India prevents Hindustani from surpassing the most popular language in the world. If you're interested in learning a little Hindi, there's a very easy way: rent an Indian movie. The film industry in India is the most prolific in the world, making thousands of action/romance/ musicals every year.
To say "hello" in Hindustani, say "Namaste" (Nah-MAH-stay).
2. English
Number of speakers: 508 million

While English doesn't have the most speakers, it is the official language of more countries than any other language. Its speakers hail from all around the world, including the U.S., Australia, England, Zimbabwe, the Caribbean, Hong Kong, South Africa, and Canada. We'd tell you more about English, but you probably feel pretty comfortable with the language already. Let's just move on to the most popular language in the world.
To say "hello" in English, say "What's up, freak?" (watz-UP-freek).
1. Mandarin
Number of speakers: 1 billion+

Surprise, surprise, the most widely spoken language on the planet is based in the most populated country on the planet, China. Beating second-place English by a 2 to 1 ratio, but don't let that lull you into thinking that Mandarin is easy to learn. Speaking Mandarin can be really tough, because each word can be pronounced in four ways (or "tones"), and a beginner will invariably have trouble distinguishing one tone from another. But if over a billion people could do it, so could you. Try saying hello!
To say "hello" in Mandarin, say "Ni hao" (Nee HaOW). ("Hao" is pronounced as one syllable, but the tone requires that you let your voice drop midway, and then raise it again at the end.)

India Travel Tips

Travel to India :

Tips for Women Travelers to India

Even after the modern influence of western countries,
India still remains a conservative country. Some
western habits are perceived as inappropriate and
degrading if practiced by women here.

Here are sometravel tips for women in India:

Don’t wear revealing clothes while in India. They do
not appeal to Indian sensibilities. You will attract
unwanted attraction and advances if you are wearing
skimpy outfits.

Apart from the big cities, touching between people of
the opposite sex in public is very unusual. Even
married couples avoid any display of affection
publicly. It will be better if you do not shake hands
with a person of the opposite sex unless the other
person extends his/her hand first. Among Hindus, the
way to greet is by bring your palms together in front
of your chest, or simply saying 'Namaste'. You can say
Hello or Hi also. But some old people may not
appreciate it.

Smoking by a woman is not acceptable anywhere in
India, except for the metro cities. A woman who
smokes/drinks is thought to be having a loose moral
character, especially amongst the middle class.
Discos, dance clubs, pubs, 5-star hotels are areas
with a modern touch. You can easily head there for
some entertainment or for drinks. However, having a
male companion or at least another female with you is
quite a good idea.

Even at beaches, the people here are fully clothed.
First find out what kind of attire is appropriate for
the beach you are heading to. In some places like Goa,
the visitors to beach mainly consist of foreigners.
There, you may wear swimsuits on the beach. However,
even there it is inappropriate to roam about dressed
in swimwear away from the beach.

In local trains, some cars reserved only for women. It
is advised for you to travel in those.

It is better not to venture outside in a street party.
Street parties on holidays generally don’t consist of
women. Inebriated men are seen partying at such
occasions. Women, in these parties, can be subjected
to groping and sexually aggressive behavior from the
inebriated males. It is very unsafe for women to
attend these festivities alone.

Avoid talking in a friendly manner with men you meet
in buses, trains, restaurants, shopping places, etc.
It may be viewed as a flirtation. It may also lead to
unwanted and unexpected sexual advances. However,
befriending Indian women can be a wonderful experience
for female travelers. But, you may have to start the

A way to get more respect from Indians is to wear
traditional Indian clothes, such as salwaar kameez or

Do not venture in isolated places alone. It is also
advised not to go outside alone after it is very late
and dark.


Tips and Advisories

I would never recommend that females stop exploring
India by train, and I would spend 1,000 more hours on
them to take in such a bewildering and beautiful
country. The following tips and advisories are for
female travelers especially, but also for the male
solo traveler, to ensure healthy and incident-free
travel aboard the Indian railways:

Unlike many other destinations, in India if you are a
solo traveler you will often be the only Westerner on
a train.

Ask for the upper berth (it will say “UB” on your
ticket stub) when buying your ticket—it has a far
greater degree of privacy and you can stretch out any
time, even in the middle of the day.

Avoid the lower berth or middle berth; you will not be
able to stretch out until everyone decides to go to

Purchase all tickets as far in advance as possible. It
is a good idea to purchase a few legs of your journey
all at once while you are at one major station so you
are assured a seat on the date that you want.

Do not make prolonged eye contact with any males; it
can be seen as a sexual invitation.

Although you will be asked for your sex at the ticket
office, this will not generally mean that you will
share your berth with other females.

Sleep and ride with any bags that fit right on your
berth—use them as footrest and pillows. All travel
documents should be in contact with your body at all

Study all the passengers around you after the train
leaves the station. Do not shy away from pleasant
conversation because you are afraid for your safety,
but do not feel a false sense of ease because you feel
like you know them.

Do not plan to change your clothes while on the train.
An ankle-length cotton skirt, dark colored t-shirt
with sleeves, and a long cotton scarf is ideal.

Pre-arrange all hotel information at your intended
destination before boarding your train, especially if
you will be arriving after 5 p.m.

Do not get off the train to stretch, even at prolonged
stops at major stations. Stay within eye contact of
your berth at all times.

If you feel uncomfortable in any situation on a train,
do not hesitate to change your seat immediately, with
or without first asking the conductor. If you sense
trouble, move first, ask later.

If you find yourself the victim of a crime, report the
situation to the conductor and request to speak to a
police officer. Gather the names and addresses of any

If you are the victim of a sexual assault in India,
report it to the authorities immediately and don’t
give up or be surprised if the men in charge to not
take you seriously. Place a call to the nearest
embassy of your country of origin as soon as you can,
and don’t be shy about telling the authorities that
you are doing so; it gets them to act. You will be
asked by the police to write a full report of the
incident and, if possible, identify the perpetrator at
the station. In my case, this took up the entire
morning of my day in Agra—a price I was happy to pay.

Don’t shy away from independent female travel—just be



Departure date : 8th Dec 2007 KUL – COL 9.40am – 10.40am

COLDEL 2.55pm – 6.35pm

Itinerary :

Dec 8th : Departure to Delhi via Colombo. Visit Negombo Beach Resort during transit time. Upon arrival, check-in at selected hostel in Delhi. Free at leisure.

Dec 9th : Morning breakfast included. Half day Delhi city tour, included in the accommodation package. Places covered such as Presidents House, Red Fort, India Gate, Jama Masjid, temples etc. Back to hostel to rest. Late afternoon go shopping or sightseeing & take a quick look at New Delhi Railway Station.

Dec 10th : Morning train to Jaipur, departure 6.10am. Free pickup on arrival. Get bus ticket Jaipur - Agra. Check in at selected hostel in Jaipur. Sightseeing at Pink City, Hawa Mahal and Jantar Mantar. Back to hostel and rest. Night, sightseeing at nearby places.

Dec 11th : Continue with sightseeing at Amber Fort. Check out, leave baggage at hostel and do some shopping. Midnight bus to Agra (dept 11.30pm)

Dec 12th : Arrive Agra early morning. Check in at selected hostel. Catch sunrise at Taj Mahal. Proceed to Khaas Mahal, Baby Taj and Akbar’s Tomb. Catch sunset at Taj Mahal again. Have dinner at hostel’s rooftop restaurant.

Dec 13th : Morning train to Delhi (dept 10.03am). Arrived Delhi by noon. Find place to store baggage. Free at leisure – go shopping or continue sightseeing at Old Delhi. Go to ISBT Kasmere Gate to board HRTC bus to Shimla (dept 7.15pm).

Dec 14th : Arrive Shimla around 2am. Check in at selected hostel. Sleep.
& 15th Depend on weather @ snow, either sightseeing in Shimla first or go skiing at Kufri (10km from Shimla). Sightseeing in Shimla includes The Ridge, The Mall, Christ Church, Jakhu Hanuman temple, St. Michael’s cathedral, and Shimla State Museum. Sightseeing in Kufri includes Kufri Mini Zoo.

Dec 16th : Morning, rest or go shopping at Lakkar Bazaar. Check out and walk to the Railway Station. Board afternoon train Shimla – Kalka (2:25pm). Arriving Kalka at 8.10pm. Hang around before boarding Kalka – Delhi train at 11.45pm.

Dec 17th : Arrive Delhi early morning. Find place to store baggage. Continue shopping at Chadni Chowk or Paharganj area. Depart to airport for flight back to Malaysia. DEL – COL 7.55pm – 11.30pm

Dec 18th : COL – KUL 2.15am – 8.20am Home Sweet Home………..

My Comment:

Ada sapa-sapa nak pesan, boleh tapi kalau pesan pakai air liur, balik pun dapat air liur gak...

OMG...Stop pestering...

Dear friends,

Let's see what kind of pest you are...


January 01 - 09 ~ Ass
January 10 - 24 ~ Slug
January 25 - 31 ~ Cockroach

February 01 - 05 ~ Parasite
February 06 - 14 ~ Bullfrog
February 15 - 21 ~ Skunk
February 22 - 28 ~ Snake

March 01 - 12 ~ Ape
March 13 - 15 ~ Cockroach
March 16 - 23 ~ Slug
March 24 - 31 ~ Parasite

April 01 - 03 ~ Ass
April 04 - 14 ~ Snake
April 15 - 26 ~ Slug
April 27 - 30 ~ Skunk

May 01 - 13 ~ Slug
May 14 - 21 ~ Bullfrog
May 22 - 31 ~ Cockroach

June 01 - 03 ~ Slug
June 04 - 14 ~ Skunk
June 15 - 20 ~ Ass
June 21 - 24 ~ Ape
June 25 - 30 ~ Parasite

July 01 - 09 ~ Slug
July 10 - 15 ~ Ass
July 16 - 26 ~ Bullfrog
July 27 - 31 ~ Parasite

August 01 - 15 ~ Ape
August 16 - 25 ~ Slug
August 26 - 31 ~ Skunk

September 01 - 14 ~ Bullfrog
September 15 - 27 ~ Parasite
September 28 - 30 ~ Ass

October 01 - 15 ~ Ape
October 16 - 27 ~ Skunk
October 28 - 31 ~ Snake

November 01 - 16 ~ Cockroach
November 17 - 30 ~ Parasite

December 01 - 16 ~ Ass
December 17 - 25 ~ Ape
December 26 - 31 ~ Bullfrog

If you are an Ass: A very loyal and sweet person. Your loyalty can
never be doubted. You are quite honest and sincere when it comes to
your attitude towards working. You are a very simple person, indeed.
Absolutely hassle free, humble and down-to-earth! ! That explains the
reason why your friends cling on to you! You have a good taste for
clothes. If your wardrobe is not updated with what is trendy, you sure
are depressed. Popular and easy-going. You have a little group of
dignified friends, all of them being quality-personified .

If you are a Slug: Always up to some sort of a mischief! The
mischievous gleam in your eyes is what makes you so cute and
attractive to everyone. You are an extremely fun-to-be-with kind of
person. No wonder people seek for your company and look forward to
include you for all get-together' s. However, you are sensitive which
is a drawback. People need to select their words while talking to you.
If someone tries to fiddle around and play with words while dealing
with you, it is enough to invite your wrath.
God bless the person then!

If you are a Cockroach: Quite contradictory to your name, you are a
peace loving person. You best try to avoid a situation wherein you are
required to fight. An outdoor person, you dislike sitting at one place
for a long duration. You are a born leader, and have it in you how to
tactfully derive work from people. You love being loved, and when you
receive your share of limelight from someone, you are all theirs!!!!
Well, well... hence some people could even take an advantage, flatter
you to the maximum and get their work done. So be careful.....
If you are a Parasite: An extremely lovable, adorable person,
sometimes shy, with a passion for quick wit. At times, you prefer
quietness. You love exploring various things and going into depth of
each thing. Under normal circumstances you're cool but when given a
reason to, you are like a volcano waiting to erupt. You're a fashion
bird. People look forward to you as an icon associated with fashion.
Basically, you mingle along freely but don't like talking much to
strangers. People feel very easy in your company. You observe care in
choosing your friends.
If you are a Skunk: You are near to perfect and nice at heart. The
examples of your kindness are always circulated in groups of people.
You too, love peace. You wouldn't like to retaliate even to a person
who is in the wrong. You are loved due to this. You do not wish to
talk behind one's back. People love the way you always treat them. You
can give, give and give love, and the best part is that you do not
expect it back in return. You are generous enough. Seeing things in a
practical light is what the best trait of you guys remains.
If you are a Bullfrog: You symbolize a very happy-go-lucky approach in
life. Whatever the surroundings may be, grim or cheerful, you remain
unaffected. In fact, you spread cheer wherever you go. You are the
leader of your group of friends and good at consoling people in their
times of need. You dislike hypocrisy and tend to shirk away from
hypocrites. They can never be in your good books, no matter what. You
are very methodical and organized in your work. No amount of mess,
hence, can ever encompass you. Beware; it is easy for you to fall in
If you are a Snake: You are mysterious. You are someone who can handle
pressure with ease, and can handle any atmosphere without going
berserk. You can be mean at times, and love to gossip with your
selected group. Very prim and proper. You like all situations and
things to be in the way you desire, which, sometimes is not possible.
As a result, you may lose out in some relationships. But otherwise,
you love to help people out from difficult and tight spots when they
really need you.
If you are an Ape: Very impatient and hyper!!! You want things to be
done as quickly as possible. At heart, you are quite simple and love
if you are the center of attraction. That way, you people are
unique..You would like to keep yourself safe from all the angles.
Shall your name be dragged or featured in any sort of a controversy,
you then go all panicky. Therefore, you take your precautions from the
very beginning. When you foresee anything wrong, your sixth sense is
what saves you from falling in traps. Quite a money minded bunch you
people are!!

Truth and justice are no longer Malaysian way

Truth and justice are no longer Malaysian way
By Michael Backman
The Age
November 21, 2007

THE Government of Australia will probably change hands this weekend. There
will be no arrests, no tear gas and no water cannons. The Government of
John Howard will leave office, the Opposition will form a government and
everyone will accept the verdict.

For this, every Australian can feel justifiably proud. This playing by the
rules is what has made Australia rich and a good place in which to invest.
It is a country to which people want to migrate; not leave.

Now consider Malaysia. The weekend before last, up to 40,000 Malaysians
took to the streets in Kuala Lumpur to protest peacefully against the
judiciary's lack of independence, electoral fraud, corruption and a
controlled media.

In response, they were threatened by the Prime Minister, called monkeys by
his powerful son-in-law, and blasted with water cannons and tear gas. And
yet the vast majority of Malaysians do not want a change of government.
All they want is for their government to govern better.

Both Malaysia and Australia have a rule of law that's based on the English
system. Both started out as colonies of Britain. So why is Malaysia
getting it so wrong now?

Malaysia's Government hates feedback. Dissent is regarded as dangerous,
rather than a product of diversity. And like the wicked witch so ugly that
she can't stand mirrors, the Government of Prime Minister Abdullah Badawi
controls the media so that it doesn't have to see its own reflection.

Demonstrations are typically banned. But what every Malaysian should know
is that in Britain, Australia and other modern countries, when people wish
to demonstrate, the police typically clear the way and make sure no one
gets hurt. The streets belong to the people. And the police, like the
politicians, are their servants. It is not the other way around.

But increasingly in Malaysia, Malaysians are being denied a voice -
especially young people.

Section 15 of Malaysia's Universities and University Colleges Act states
that no student shall be a member of or in any manner associate with any
society, political party, trade union or any other organisation, body or
group of people whatsoever, be it in or outside Malaysia, unless it is
approved in advance and in writing by the vice-chancellor.

Nor can any student express or do anything that may be construed as
expressing support, sympathy or opposition to any political party or
union. Breaking this law can lead to a fine, a jail term or both.

The judiciary as a source of independent viewpoints has been squashed. The
previous prime minister, Mahathir Mohamad, did many good things for
Malaysia, but his firing of the Lord President (chief justice) and two
other Supreme Court judges in 1988 was an unmitigated disaster. Since
then, what passes for a judiciary in Malaysia has been an utter disgrace
and the Government knows it.

Several years ago, Daim Zainuddin, the country's then powerful finance
minister, told me that judges in Malaysia were a bunch of idiots. Of
course we want them to be biased, he told me, but not that biased.

Rarely do government ministers need to telephone a judge and demand this
or that verdict because the judges are so in tune with the Government's
desires that they automatically do the Government's beckoning.

Just how appalling Malaysia's judiciary has become was made clear in
recent weeks with the circulation of a video clip showing a senior lawyer
assuring someone by telephone that he will lobby the Government to have
him made Lord President of the Supreme Court because he had been loyal to
the Government. That someone is believed to have been Ahmad Fairuz Abdul
Halim, who did in fact become Lord President.

A protest march organised by the Malaysian Bar Council was staged in
response to this, and corruption among the judiciary in general. But the
mainstream Malaysian media barely covered the march even though up to 2000
Bar Council members were taking part. Reportedly, the Prime Minister's
office instructed editors to play down the event.

Instead of a free media, independent judges and open public debate,
Malaysians are given stunts - the world's tallest building and most
recently, a Malaysian cosmonaut. Essentially, they are given the play
things of modernity but not modernity itself.

Many senior Malays are absolutely despairing at the direction of their
country today. But with the media tightly controlled they have no way of
getting their views out to their fellow countrymen. This means that most
Malaysians falsely assume that the Malay elite is unified when it comes to
the country's direction.

Tengku Razaleigh Hamzah, a former finance minister and today still a
member of the Government, told me several weeks ago in Kuala Lumpur that
he could see no reason why today Malaysia could not have a completely free
media, a completely independent judiciary and that corrupt ministers and
other officials should be publicly exposed and humiliated.

According to Tengku Razaleigh, all of the institutions designed to make
Malaysia's Government accountable and honest have been dismantled or

It didn't need to be like this. Malaysia is not North Korea or Indonesia.
It is something quite different. Its legal system is based on British
codes. Coupled with traditional Malay culture, which is one of the world's
most hospitable, decent and gentle cultures, Malaysia has the cultural and
historical underpinnings to become one of Asia's most civilised,
rules-based, successful societies.

Instead, Malaysia's Government is incrementally wasting Malaysia's

My Comment: Petikan dari suratkhabar Australia..The Age

Datuk Sami's important quote

One more...

Samy Vellu ditemuramah tentang program angkasawan negara.

Samy: "...Bagi saya, ini semua adalah satu pembaziran atas duit rakyat. Kita sepatutnya tidak hantar mereka ke bulan, tapi hantar mereka pergi matahari. Barulah USA, Russia, respect sama kita...."

Penemuramah: Tapi Dato' Seri, matahari kan panas. Macam mana mau pergi sana ?

Samy: Cit! itu pasal la u tara jadi mintri. Saya suda lebey 30 tahun jadi mintri, saya musti ada jalan penyelesaian. Kita jangan pergi siang, manyak panas. kita pigi malam, baru ada sujuuuuuk......

Jawatan Kosong


A. Ahli Syurga Dari Awal.
B. Ahli Neraka Dari Awal.
C. Ahli Neraka Sementara Kemudian Akan Dilantik Jadi Ahli Syurga.

EMPAT GANJARAN LUMAYAN (khas untuk jawatan A):
1. Nikmat kubur.
2. Perlindungan di Padang Mahsyar.
3. Keselamatan Meniti Titian Sirat.
4. Syurga yang kekal abadi.

Bila-bila masa secara adhoc bermula dari saat membaca iklan ini.

Di dalam kubur (alam barzakh).

Anda tidak perlu bawa siji-sijil.
Anda tidak perlu bawa pingat.
Anda tidak perlu bawa wang atau harta (yg banyak).
Anda tidak perlu berparas rupa yg cantik, hensem atau berbadan tegap
atau seksi.
Sila bawa dokumen asal Iman dan Amal.

Mungkar dan Nakir.

1. Siapa Tuhan anda?
2. Apa Agama anda?
3. Siapa Nabi anda?
4. Apa Kitab anda?
5. Di mana Kiblat anda?
6. Siapa Saudara anda?

Anda cuma perlu menunggu penjemput yang berkaliber untuk menjemput
anda. Ia akan menjemput anda pada bila-bila masa saja (mungkin
sekejap lagi). Ia akan berlembut kepada orang-orang tertentu dan
akan bengis kepada orang-orang tertentu. Ia diberi nama Izrail.


Hadis hasan yang diriwayatkan oleh Ahmad Hanbal, yang bermaksud
Sabda Rasullah SAW: "Sesungguhnya apabila jenazah seseorang
itu diletakkan di
dalam kuburnya, sesungguhnya jenazah itu mendengar suara
terompah kasut) orang2
yang menghantarnya ke kubur pada saat mereka meninggalkan
tempat itu. Jika mayat
itu seorang muslim, maka solat yang dilakukannya ketika
beliau masih hidup di dunia
akan diletakkan di kepalanya, puasanya diletakkan disebelah
kanannya, zakatnya
diletakkan di sebelah kirinya dan amalan kebajikan daripada
sedekahjariah, silaturrahim,
perkara kebajikan dan ihsan diletakkan dihujung dua kakinya.

Ia akan didatangi malaikat dari aras kepala, maka solat itu berkata
kepada malaikat : dari arasku tidak ada jalan masuk. Kemudian
malaikat berpindah ke sebelah kanan, maka pu! asa berkata kepadanya
: dari arasku tidak ada jalan masuk. Kemudian malaikat berpindah
kesebelah kiri, maka zakat berkata kepadanya : dariarasku tidak ada
jalan masuk. Kemudian di datangi dari arah kedua hujung kakinya dan
berkatalah amal-kebajikan : di bahagianku tidak ada jalan masuk.
Maka malaikat berkata kepadanya : Duduklah kamu. Kepadanya (mayat)
memperlihatkan matahari yang sudah mula terbenam, lalu malaikat
bertanya kepada mayat itu : Apakah pandangan kamu tentang seorang
laki-laki (Muhammad) yang kamu dahulu sentiasa bercakap tentangnya;
dan bagaimana penyaksian kamu kepadanya? Maka berkata mayat itu :
Tinggalkan aku sebentar, aku hendak sembahyang. Maka berkata
malaikat : Sesungguhnya engkau akan mengerjakan solat (boleh saja
solat) tetapi jawab dahulu apa yang kami tanya ini. Apakah pandangan
kamu tentang seorang laki -laki Muhammad) yang kamu dahulu sentiasa
bercakap tentangnya; dan bagaimana penyaksian kamu kepada
nya? Maka berkata mayat itu: Laki-laki itu ialah! Nabi Muhammad saw
dan aku naik saksi bahawa nabi Muhammad saw itu ialah pesuruh Allah
yang membawa kebenaran daripada Allah Subhanahu Wata'ala. Maka
malaikat berkata kepada mayat itu : Demikianlah kamu dihidupkan dan
begitu juga kamu dimatikan dan dengan demikian juga kamu
dibangkitkan semula diakhirat insya'Allah. Kemudian dibuka baginya
satu pintu syurga, maka dikata padanya itulah tempat kamu dan itulah
janji Allah bagi kamu dan kamu akan berada di dalamnya. Maka
bertambahlah gembira mayat itu. Kemudian dilapangkan kuburnya seluas
70 hasta dan disinari cahaya baginya"

Nampaknya pertahanan kita perlu kuat dari semua aras (kepala, kanan,
kiri dan hujung kaki).!

Sila war-warkan tawaran jawatan kosong ini kepada semua sahabat.

Wallahu-a'lam. Semoga berjaya dlm temuduga ini....

Berjaga-jaga..Thanks Sheda

Menurut laporan Polis seorang wanita telah dirogol oleh 5 lelaki disebuah kelab malam di Singapura pada malam Sabtu sebelum ditinggalkan. Wanita tersebut tidak berupaya untuk mengingati kejadian malam tersebut, namun ujian mengesahkan bahawa beliau telah dirogol berulang kali dengan kesan rohypnol di dalam darahnya dan progestrex, sejenis pil "mencuci" yang kecil.
Dadah tersebut kini digunakan oleh perogol-perogol dan kemudian "mencuci" mereka. Progesterex dibekalkan kepada para Doktor haiwan untuk"mencuci"haiwan besar. Khabarnya Progesterex digunakan bersama Rohypnol,
sebagai dadah "Dating" dan rogol.

Apa yang mereka perlu lakukan ialah menitiskan Rohypnol ke dalam minuman si gadis, mangsa tersebut tidak akan ingat apa-apa pun esok paginya , apa yang berlaku kepadanya sepanjang malam tersebut.

Progesterex amat senang larut dalam minuman, akan "mencuci" agar simangsa tidak akan mengandung akibat dari perkosaan tersebut dan siperogol tidak bimbang untuk perlu menjalani ujian air mani dan DNA kemudian . Kesan dadah ini adalah K*E*K*A*L terhadap si mangsa.

Prodesterex asalnya adalahuntuk memandulkan kuda, Mana-mana wanita yang mengambilnya TIDAK AKAN MENGANDUNG SAMPAI BILA-BILA.

Si durjana boleh memperolehi dadah ini boleh mendapatkan dadah ini dari pusat haiwan atau mana-mana universiti, dan ia diramalkan akan digunakan dengan berleluasa di kampus-kampus.

Tolong edarkan maklumat ini kepada semua yang anda kenali, terutama teman wanita dan gadis remaja. Berwaspada apabila anda keluar, jangan biarkan minuman anda terbiar tanpa dijaga oleh orang yang anda percayai.

Azila Bakri,
Social Worker,
All Women's Action Society (AWAM )

Yang Tersurat. tapi Yang Tersirat ialah...

Kepada yang lelaki, kalau perempuan cakap macam ni, so korang kena paham-paham la apa yang dorang maksudkan ye. Perempuan ni penuh dengan ayat yang tersurat dan tersirat. Ye lah, perempuan kan… ;))

Kalau perempuan tanya: Lawa ke budak pompuan tu?
Makna tersembunyi: Siapa yang paling lawa? I ke, budak pompuan tu?

Kalau perempuan tanya: You dah makan ke belum?
Makna tersembunyi: Jom pi makan. Lapar ni!

Kalau perempuan kata: Lawa-lawa la baju kat sini, yek.
Makna tersembunyi: Belikanlah untuk I.

Kalau perempuan kata: Rasa macam nak pening la.
Makna tersembunyi: Tolong picit kepala.

Kalau perempuan kata: Letihnya hari ni. Mana nakmasak, basuh kain-baju lagi…
Makna tersembunyi: Kita makan kat luar jelah. Lepas tu, tolong basuh kain-baju sekali, yek.

Kalau perempuan kata: Kita lebih sesuai berkawan saja.
Makna tersembunyi: I tak nak kat you. Tak paham-paham ke?

Kalau perempuan kata: I suka berkawan dengan you. You baik, memahami bla bla bla…
Makna tersembunyi: Hish… I rasa macam minat sesangat kat you la… Rasa macam nak jadi awek you je.

Kalau perempuan tanya: You pernah tak teringatkan awek you yang dulu?
Makna tersembunyi: Kalau nak gaduh, kalau berani sangat, sebut la nama dia depan aku.

Kalau perempuan kata: I sanggup berkorban demi kebahagiaan you.
Makna tersembunyi: Amboi! Aku kena berkorban.Habih, hangpa dua ekoq gak yang seronok.

Kalau perempuan kata: I tak kisah kalau memang betul you nak kahwin lagi satu. Asalkan you berterus-terang dengan I, bersikap jujur dan berlaku adil.
Makna tersembunyi: Sapa kata aku tak kisah? Adil ke tak adil, aku tak kira! Langkah mayat aku dulu sebelum nak menikah lagi satu.

Andainya Perempuan Tahu...

- Lelaki juga boleh menjadi seseorang yang begitu sensitif dan mengambil berat (perihatin).

- Jika seseorang lelaki meminati wanita, wanita itu tidak semestinya cantik. Cukup dengan budi bahasa dan kesopanan yang tinggi. Malah lelaki boleh menyukai wanita yang mempunyai banyak persamaan dengannya samada dari segi pemikiran atau minat. Oleh itu, banyak yang boleh dibualkan atau dikongsi bersama.

- Kebanyakan masa, lelaki sebenarnya tidak mengetahui perasaan sebenar yang dirasakan oleh seorang wanita.

- Lelaki boleh menerima penolakan dengan baik.

- Lelaki cuba menonjolkan sikap kelakiannya untuk menambat hati wanita.

- Lelaki memang dilahirkan dengan perasaan yang kuat terhadap wanita. Sebab itu mereka suka melihat wanita, menjeling wanita dan menonton Baywatch! Atau mencuci mata di tepi pantai atau swimming pool.

- Kebanyakan lelaki resah bila berhadapan dengan situasi ingin mengajak wanita keluar kali pertama!

- Lelaki cuba meniru gaya selebriti atau berlagak macho hanya kerana ingin memikat hati wanita.

- Bila lelaki cakap..”Emm..tengoklah dulu”..itu seringkali bermaksud dia berkata tidak atau kurang setuju.

- Bila lelaki cakap direct to the point dalam sesuatu hal, dia sebenarnya ingin bersikap jujur dan berterus-terang dan mengharapkan wanita memahami maksudnya.

- Kebanyakan lelaki yg nampak ‘desperate’, datang dari sekolah all boys! (how true)

- Adalah biasa lelaki cemburu terutamanya apabila perempuan asyik menyebut nama lelaki lain.

- Lelaki tak boleh belajar kesemuanya pasal perempuan dari library atau buku semata2. Oleh itu mereka selalu keliru dengan sikap perempuan..dan tak faham kenapa perempuan bersikap begitu begini…

- Kadang-kadang lelaki perlu mengetahui lebih mendalam tentang bagaimana berhadapan dengan perempuan supaya hubungan dapat berjalan dengan lebih baik.

- Betapa hebatnya lelaki itu bersikap romeo dan ‘flirting’ dengan ramai wanita..dia tetap hanya ada seorang teman wanita yg istimewa…yang lain hanya kawan..

- Bila lelaki tertengok dada wanita dan wanita itu menyedari…maafkan saja. Kebanyakan lelaki tak sengaja….Mereka merasakan kejadian wanita itu begitu indah!

- Bila sesuatu hubungan putus di tengah jalan, lelaki juga rasa bersedih..cuma dia tak menunjukkannya kesedihannya di depan orang.

- Bila seorang perempuan meminati seorang lelaki, perempuan itu patut bagi hint! Mana tau lelaki itu juga menaruh minat. Senang usahanya nanti…

- Adalah memalukan bagi lelaki jika tak berupaya menolong wanita. Kebanyakan lelaki cukup lemah dgn air mata perempuan. Mereka lebih tewas sekiranya air mata itu mengalir dari perempuan yg dikasihi. Sebab itu dikatakan air mata senjata perempuan. Lelaki bukanlah sempurna 100%, walau bagaimanapun rupanya atau pandangan luarannya. Jadi, perempuan janganlah mengharapkan semua yg hebat dari lelaki! Mereka juga normal dan mempunyai kelemahan!

Otak Lelaki VS Otak Perempuan

Terdapat pelbagai cara untuk menguji keunikan tubuh badan kita, di antara keunikan itu sudah tentulah otak manusia. Di bawah ini ada ujian yang menarik untuk dicuba bersama…

Ini adalah ujian masa yang ringkas, cuma lakukan
dan jangan cuba menipu diri anda sendiri

Kira jumlah huruf F’s dalam perenggan dibawah
dalam masa 15 saat:


Dah selesai?

Scroll kebawah hanya apabila anda telah selesai


berapa banyak?

Tiga? (Anda tentunya seorang lelaki!!!)

Sila baca sekali lagi!


Salah, sebenarnya terdapat 6, kira semula…

Sebab berlakunya perkara tersebut diterangkan
dibawah ini…

Otak LELAKI tidak memproses perkataan “OF”.

Keajaiban kejadian atau silap mata?

Sesiapa yang dapat mengira kesemua 6 F’s pada
permulaan ujian memiliki otak PEREMPUAN.

Friday, November 23, 2007

I was Thinking of You

An Ode to My students...

I guess time flies faster than the fly!! Right when we want it to stay and not leaving us even for a moment. Believe me when I said that I was thinking of all of you.

Hmmm...I wish time is something that we can keep as how we kept all our precious. To spend just a moment together is like having the moment of my life. So, to you, my students, salute and I wish that you are all well and prosper.

See you next year

Tidak ada kena-mengena dengan sesiapapun kecuali yang terasa!


Orang yang kalau kentut lalu menyalahkan orang lain.

2. Orang BINGUNG

Orang yang menahan kentutnya sampai berjam-jam.

3. Orang BERWAWASAN 2020

Orang yang tahu masa yang terbaik untuk kentut.


Orang yang ingin kentut tapi tidak boleh kentut.


Orang yang kalau kentut, orang lain tidak ada yang tahu.

6. Orang GUGUP

Orang yang tiba-tiba terkentut bila di sergah.


Orang yang melepaskan kentutnya dengan bunyi yang amat lantang

8. Orang SADIS

Orang yang kentut di dalam selimut ketika di ranjang terus
dikibaskan baunya.

9. Orang PEMALU

Orang yang kentut tidak bunyi tapi gusar orang terbau kentutnya.’

10. Orang yang STRATEGIK

Orang yang menyembunyikan kentutnya dengan tertawa terbahak-bahak biar orang lain tidak dapat mendengar bunyi kentutnya.

11. Orang BODOH

Orang yang kalau habis kentut menghirup nafas untuk mengganti angin kentutnya yang sudah keluar.

12. Orang PELIK

Orang yang boleh mengeluarkan kentut apabila di suruh

13. Orang SOMBONG

Orang yang sering mencium kentutnya sendiri dan bercerita akan keharuman kentutnya.

14. Orang RAMAH

Orang yang tidak kisah mencium kentut orang lain.

15. Orang yang tidak senang BERGAUL

Orang yang suka kentut bila berkumpul dengan teman-teman.

16. Orang AKUATIK

Orang kalau gemar dikentutnya di dalam air

17. Orang ATLETIK

Orang kalau kentut sambil mengeluarkan tenaga dalam.

18. Orang JUJUR

Orang yang mengaku kalau habis kentut

19. Orang PINTAR

Orang yang boleh menghurai kandungan bau kentut orang lain seperti bau telur atau buah durian.

20. Orang KELAKAR

Orang yang bila ketawa sambil kentut

21. Orang yang ROMANTIK

Orang yang kentut bunyinya mendayu dan berirama merdu ketika sedang berdating

22. Orang yang TIDAK SIHAT

Orang yang bila batuk dia akan terkentut

23. Orang yang PANAS BARAN

Orang yang mudah marah bila terbau kentut walaupun kentutnya sendiri

24. Orang yang PELUPA

Orang yang tertanya-tanya bila terbau kentut padahal dia
sendiri yang kentut

~ This is for fun only!


Hari ini agak istimewa untuk ku..Setelah 14 tahun bergelar guru, aku bertemu kembali dengan Guru Besar ku yang pertama dari Sk Kg Nangka! Syahdu beb..tapi idak le sampai meleleh!! Aku terima phone call dari dia masa aku tengah sibuk melawat anak-anak ku mandi di kolam air panas Kg Dusun Tua, Hulu Langat Selangor! Diberitahu secara ringkas bahawa dia berada di Ipoh melawat anak keduanya, Mi yang selamat menerima anak pertama (dari perkahwinan kedua) So, confirm aku wajib melawat dia...11 tahun tak jumpa beb!! Banyak sangat kisah yang aku alami selama menjadi anak didiknya.

So ari ni lepas amik Anisa dari sekolah, dalam pukul 1.30 pm aku terima call dari Ust Mat, bertanya bila nak datang...bunyi macam merajuk jer sebab aku janji nak melawat dia waktu pagi...alahai ada plan lain pula..Maka dalam pukul 2 terus aku ke Puncak Jelapang ke rumah Mi.

Tak berubah langsung orang tua tu...hahahahah sebenarnya rasanya tak banyak yang berubah!! Makcik Nab masih lagi sama! Aku pun dikatakan sama seperti dulu...cuma dah berderet anak! Dan itulah kali pertama mereka melihat "cucu" mereka!!

Dalam masa yang sama aku contact bestest friend aku masa sama-sama ngajar di Sk Kg Nangka, si Azmir, terus pula dapat undangan untuk makan malam di rumahnya kerana Ust Mat dah berjanji nak ke rumah Azmir juga. Maka malam ni kami duduk bersama kembali tapi yang tiada hanyalah Kamarul. Terasa seperti balik di Besut bila aku, Azmir dan Ust Mat berdiri sebelah-sebelah. Sebenarnya Azmir, Kamarul dan aku ni kembar tiga..memang tak berpisah selama tiga tahun. Kiranya kemana sahaja aku, Azmir dan Kamarul pasti bersama! Kami memang rapat dan banyak susah senang yang dihadapi. Dan aku amat rapat dengan Azmir, mungkin kerana sama-sama orang Perak. Ust Mat memang sayang kat kami 3 orang! Apa tidaknya tak pernah kenal cuti sekolah...hahahaha yang bestnya time orang sekolah, kami boleh pulak cuti!! Bila kami masuk U, memang terasa sunyinya Sk Kg Nangka sebab selepas kami, tak ada dah gandingan sebegitu rapat.

Tadi sempat kami bercakap tentang cuaca! Kami bertiga memang pakar tentang banjir. Kata Ust Mat, kami ni dah ada PhD dalam banjir!!! Dan dari kata-katanya tersedar aku bahawa sekarang ni kawasan yang tak pernah banjir, asyik dilanda limpahan air yang tak sepatutnya seperti Johor, KL, Ipoh, Melaka sedang kan ketika ini sepatutnya pantai barat mengalami musim kemarau! Ini terbalik, Kelantan dan Terengganu belum dengar banjir lagi tapi kat sini dah berapa kali dinaiki air..huh??

Sempatlah juga kami kembali ke zaman silam masa muda-muda dan melihat kembali asal-usul kami dalam dunia pendidikan! Azmir sekarang berkhidmat sebagai lecturer di Kolej Matrikulasi Gopeng. Aku dan Kamarul dah ke sekolah menengah... Sekejap jerr masa berjalan!

Oops, ari ni Anisa menyambut ulangtahun yang ke 10! Dah besar dah...So sambut kat rumah Azmir jerr...Dapat kan kek dan satu barrel KFC, puas nak menjamu semua yang ada. Si Aisyah pula dah jatuh hati suka pada mak Azmir, langsung-langsung dipujuknya aku supaya menghantar aku ke rumah Azmir esok pagi...jenuh la..

Secangkir Kopi untuk PakNgah

Kopi itu pahit jika berdiri sendiri, tapi kopi menjadi enak apabila digandingkan dengan gula dan susu.

Anda cantik, maka anda boleh berdiri sendiri tapi tanpa keperibadian dan iman yang padu anda ibarat kopi tanpa gandingan gula dan susu. Selama mana boleh bertahan??

Sebaik-baik kopi pahit dinilai dari sudut kepahitanya, tapi apabila ada kopi bersusu dan bergula, ia sentiasa lebih disukai dan akan terus disukai.

Petikan Dr. HM Tuah Iskandar al-Haj

Begitulah kehidupan, jika kita hanya melihat kepada yang susah, maka kita akan kehilangan kesenangannya! Kalau kita melihat pada yang negatif, maka kita akan kehilangan positifnya.

Teringat pada seseorang yang pernah menyebut, kehidupan selalunya bukanlah apa yang kita impikan tetapi adalah impian yang perlu dilaksanakan. Maka kita yang perlu bijak "menggunakan sudu" untuk mengacau supaya gula dan susu menutup kepahitannya dan menyerlahkan aroma kenikmatan secangkir kopi.

Wednesday, November 21, 2007

Bahagiakah Perkahwinan semata-mata Kerana Cinta?

> Barangkali kisah ini boleh menjadi renungan bagi kita, terutamanya yang ingin berumah tangga :

> > Alkisah, seorang pemuda miskin bernama Jamil, berasal dari Benut, Pontian. Keluarganya hanyalah keluarga sederhana, tidaklah disebut miskin. Ayahnya sehari-hari bekerja sebagai
tukang jahit di kampungnya. Karena kegigihannya, Jamil berjaya melanjutkan pelajaran hingga ke UTM walaupun dengan perbelanjaan seadanya.

Semasa semester 3 di kampus, Jamil jatuh hati pada seorang gadis bernama Ayu Sofea, juga sama-sama kuliah di fakulti yang sama. Ayu adalah putri seorang tokoh korporat ternama di daerah Johor Bahru dan juga masih keturunan diraja. Walaupun secara ekonomi, mereka jauh berbeza,namun itu tidak menghalang keduanya untuk saling mencintai.

Ayah Ayu yang mengetahui putrinya begitu mencintai pemuda dari keturunan biasa, tak mampu mencegah gelora cinta putrinya. Maka setelah keduanya lulus, pernikahan keduanyapun diselenggarakan dengan meriah. Pesta besar-besaran diadakan untuk mengiringi pernikahan. Ayah Jamil yang tak punya banyak harta, hanya dapat memberikan bantuan sumbangan pakaian, langsir,sarung bantal, yang semuanya dibuat dan dijahit sendiri khas
untuk pernikahan anaknya.

Bahagiakah Ayu bersanding dengan Jamil ?

Ternyata kebahagiaan mereka tidak berlangsung lama. Tibalah saatnya malam pengantin tiba. Mereka berduapun memasuki peraduan dengan bahagia.

Namun,ketika Jamil membuka pakaiannya dan tinggal hanya memakai seluar dalam, berteriaklah Ayu dengan kuat, sebelum akhirnya pengsan tak sedarkan diri.

Jamil masih dalam kebingungan dan tidak tahu kenapa isterinya histeria dan pengsan. Dilihatnya seluar dalam yang dipakai. Aduh!!!,
Jamil lupa yang seluar dalam itu dijahit oleh ayahnya, dibuat dari kain bekas bungkus tepung gandum. Di tengah seluar dalam itu masih terpampang jelas tulisan,


> > Sudah tentu Ayu terus pengsan melihatnya. Ayu tidak dapat membayangkan seberapa besar isinya dengan berat sebegitu.

> > Serius sangat membacanya.. .

> > muhahahahah. ..ha... ha. ha....!!

Surat yang aku suka...

Pesanan Dr.Fadhilah Kamsah


Masa saya kecik-kecik dulu,mak selalu sangat suruh saya habiskan

belen-belen(sisa-sisa) nasik yang dia makan ...dan pagi-pagi sebelum pergi

sekolah,mak akan tuangkan air teh untuk saya minum itu dan macam

biasa,mesti ada sikit belen ... tapi taklah everytime secara puratanya seminggu

sekali mesti ada mak suruh buat macam itu ..

Dan sampailah saya dah besar panjang nie pun situasi ni still berjalan

.either belen makanan mak atau abah ... tapi kalau belen makanan

anak-anak memang jadi satu kepantangan bagi mak atau abah untuk habiskan...

kami kena habiskan sendiri atau akan dihabiskan oleh adik beradik yang

lain ... samada kami perasan atau tidak satu hari itu tergerak

nak tanya pasal isu ini kat mak ...

Akhirnya mak dedahkan bahawa memang purposely dia buat macam itu sebab

itu petua yang dia dapat dari arwah mak mentua dia sendiri ...arwah tok

perempuan kami lah sebelah abah ...mak kata,supaya hati anak-anak

sentiasa melekat kat mak bapak...dan saya sendiri akui kesannya ....makin

umur kita meningkat,hati kita senantiasa belas tengok mak bapak kita

yang makin tua itu..

Kalau kena marah ke kena tengking ke memang kami adik beradik diam

membisu..jer lah namanya nak menjawab balik memang tak dak walaupun kita

tahu yang kita betul dan mak pesan,dah ada anak sendiri esok ...jangan

sekali-kali makan lebihan makanan anak... samalah ceritanya ..dan mak

kata jugak, pagi-pagi jumaat masa dia bancuh air untuk kami semua,dia akan

selawat 3 x dan berdoa semoga kami selamat pergi dan selamat balik

..dan guru saya pesan, antara kesan terbesar bagi ibu bapa yang tidak

menunaikan solat maghrib ialah,mereka-mereka ini akan Allah cabut rasa

hormat anak terhadap mereka ... solat berjemaahlah dengan anak-anak tiap

kali waktu maghrib ... kalau ada lebih dari sorang anak,suruh sorang azan

dan sorang Qiam ... kemudian berganti-ganti bacakan doa lepas solat...

ini yang kami sekeluarga amalkan sampai sekarang ...

Saya personally memang cukup malu kalau tak sempat solat jamaah maghrib

dengan mak abah secara praktiknya,inilah yang paling paling paling

berkesan sekali ...tak caya try buat ...solat jamaah dengan anak-anak tiap

kali maghrib ... dapat semua waktu lagi baik ...sangat besar 'rahsia'

dan peranan dapur rupa-rupanya...dan jugak kesan solat jamaah walau

hanya bagi waktu maghrib.

"Apabila kita kejar dunia,dunia akan lari; tetapi apabila kita kejar

akhirat, dunia akan mengejar kita".

Just to ambil iktibar untuk mendidik diri & family.Usia dunia sudah

terlalu hampir ke penghujungnya,terlalu! So,it's good if we can remind

each other because in Rasulullah's last sermon,baginda pun did mention

that all those who listen to him (on shall pass on his words to others,and

those to others again; and may the last ones understand his words

better than those who listen to him directly...

Yang baik datang dari Allah & yang kurang itu is from my weaknesses. Do

impart this knowledge; you'll lose nothing.

Wallahu A'lam...