“Live in this world as a traveler or a stranger” On the authority of Abdullah ibn Umar (May God be pleased with them both), he relates that the Prophet Muhammad (Peace be upon him) once held my shoulders and said: “Live in this world as if you are a traveler or a stranger.” And Abdullah ibn […]
Kehilangan… hilang orang yang kita sayang adalah sangat memeritkan, dan lebih perit lagi bila dia / mereka hilang tiba-tiba, tanpa khabar berita, dan tanpa sempat mengucapkan, “selamat tinggal”.
Dari satu sudut dunia, diri ini… Continue reading “Kehilangan”
“Verily, in the alternation of the night and the day, and in all that God hath created, in the Heavens and the Earth, are Signs for those who fear Him.” – Yunus / Jonah, 10: 6.
Tonight… i’m too sleepy. Continue reading “Night and Day”
Sepanjang hari makan ubat dan tidur buat badan makin lemah. Banyak tidur siang, jadi malam tak boleh tidur. Tengok jam pukul 3 pagi. InsyaAllah tak ada aral, boleh la buat solat tahajud pukul 4 pagi kang… yang jarang-jarang buat semenjak sakit ni. Alaaa… Continue reading “Kisah Ku Inginkan.”
Look sorrowly at my weak little hand. The hand once so strong, now barely lift up a table. Was a rower back then in the university years as one of coxed four in the university rowing team. Back then, Continue reading “Little Blessing and Second Chance.”
One day… everyone will leave. No one will last forever.
The person i love so much, gave me this. Continue reading “One day…”
City East Campus, University of South Australia, Adelaide, South Australia. 2006.
I recalled, i was introvert. Extremely introvert. I’m not talk much and but rather like to observe and ponder things around me. Maybe because i’m quite a reserve person or maybe i feel nothing interesting to say or maybe i don’t know what to say, eventhough if i have questions in my mind or what i feel in my heart… i just keep my mouth shut. I speak when i feel necessary, and i speak only with someone i know well, or someone i’m really trust.
But when i meet her, her little introduction Continue reading ““Hey, are you okay?””