14 December 2013
Really? How sure am I? In fact, statistically, its not always been under control. Say what you want but things like feelings and emotions, its not something easy to control.
Only Allah, the owner of all souls, is the controller and that is why, we must abide to whatever He said. Its always a simple straightforward command which is easy to understand. But we somehow think that we are able to manage things differently.
Seems like we think we know better than our creator, isn't it?
Nauzubillah minzalik. All good relationship if we wants it to last, all we need is Allah's blessing. And there is no other way to get the blessing than following His command. Having said that, we put an effort to comply to the Islam's code of conduct as per Al Quran and Sunnah. Noncompliance will definitely results in failure in whatever we do.
So here I am trying to do things differently from other, thinking that I can do this my way. But I forgot that its not as simple as it looks. So now I've realized. I hope its not too late.
So yeah, Nassim, Ill take your advice. Its up to her to accept it or not. If non acceptance is the answer, than we shall not continue.
Lets get the blessing beforehand and only plan accordingly. Have faith. Believe. That is all we need!
01 December 2013
Tonight we had a simple yet filling dinner. Earlier this afternoon out of sudden my mom wants to try out the "Publicized " Kebab Turki which was covered on-air by TV3 's famous Jalan-jalan Cari Makan. So thats where it all started.
Hearing that from mom, makes me craves for it as well because i also loves kebab. When i was in france , kebab was so thick and juicy and savory and ... Argh...how i miss them T_T. Came back to Malaysia, kebab especially from Pasar Malam stalls, was a total let down. Kebab was small, thin, chilli sauce flavoured... Really destroys my memory of kebab. So i stop taking it.
So coming back to the story, i was told that the kebab is located in bangsar. ...That is a long way.... But due to the craves and request from mom, cant help it. After all, it is an ibadah to please our parents. So i electric started my Duke 200 and blast my way to bangsar. Took me 30 minutes to find the stall. It was a pretty small. And people was queing. "its going to be a long wait".
So i sat there in a corner, took out my phone. Checked whatsapp, facebook...no notification.. sigh... I was waiting for a reply since 3pm but its okay. I understands. No worries. Its for our own good.
And after a long wait, finally, i got mine after hours of waiting. Then i fly straight home.
The kebab was decent. The meat is juicy, and savory. Size is good enough. Wrapping was just nice. The packaging was pretty innovative too. But the down side is too much salad-cucumber which kills the meat taste. Gave u the watery feels at every bite. Sometimes i felt like removing them. Overall, it was okay. Not so bad if compared to pasar malam's.
But it will not makes me want to come again and go through the long road just for it. Its just not enough. Hehe.
30 November 2013
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25 November 2013
Fortunately, I have a good friend. And this friend told me that its part of growing up. Once you get a grip at it then Allah will give more responsibility for you to handle. And once you are ready, you'll be given even bigger responsibility which you will be accountable in the hereafter. That gave me a good moral boost and positively influence the way I see things. I wanted to have "that" responsibility. So I have to train myself to be ready for "it". Get use to this hardship. When the time comes, I ll be more prepared.
Do things a step at a time! You'll be surprised how much work can be done by doing such.
27 January 2011
We've planned to go at 8am in the morning but since I was going with girls, (make up and stuff..) I think everyone could have guess. We departed from Bandar Tasik Selatan at 9am and went straight to Broga. I actually didn't remember the road because last time I use Sungai Besi Highway. This time, I followed the Cheras-Kajang Highway. But the road wasn't that difficult as long as I follow the direction to Semenyih. Along the way, there were three tolls and
Lin, the girl from Sarawak complained about how many tolls were there to go there. Haha. Wait til she see how many tolls at KL. For me, I don't really complained the toll because we pay for good smooth ride. I did told her this but i think she didn't get what I meant.
We reached at foot of the hill around 10am. There were only few cars on the parking lot. It was a good new and bad new. Good new was there will be less people along the tracks which make it a lot easier to climb at our own speed. When we tired, we rest. When we wanted to take picture, we stop in the middle of the road and took picture. The bad new was if anything happens, who's going to help us.
As we walked up, I heard a voice; "Tired lah." And we were only starting. but we all keep on walking up. As we reach a point, we saw a group of people walking down with a man injured. The guy had cramped legs. His friends lift him and slowly walks down. I hope it doesn't scares Lin. Haha. Besides, Aisyah some how looked tired and felt sudden chest pain. This what I've been worrying about. I already thought of descending if she cannot continue. What else to do? I don't want to leave anyone behind. Luckily, after some rest and motivation by Aiman, she could continue walking.
The pace was pretty much slower than last time. Maybe last time I went with guys, so girls might tire faster. We rested a lot. But better slower than never. At 11am, we reached a point which I called Check point 1. It's a beautiful spot. We stopped for a while and took pictures. At check point 1, we took along rest because we only completed halfway. As we rest, Aiman explains about granite. We talked about rocks a lot. Until Aisyah from engineering course also knew some of the geological term. Now I understand why Islah kept on talking about rocks when I was in foundation while we were picnicking at Lambir.
After that, I thought that most of us wanted to go back already at that time but their spirit was burning! (I'm exaggerating). They wanted to complete the journey! So we continued to walk up, although it was slow.
It was a very tiring event. then we all went to eat at Kayu Nasi Kandar at Bandar Seri Permaisuri to refill what had been lost. I never really thought that we could reach the top which is 400m height and walking distance on 1.7km. I guess I underestimated them. And girls are really good at motivating people. I should learn from them. Anyway, thanks Aiman, Aisyah and Lin.. You guys made my day!
21 January 2011
At 10.30am, I and my brother, Ammar, went straight to Shah Alam for todays trip. Guess what, we went to Skytrex at Bukit Cherakah. The idea of going here came thanks to Utusan Malaysia (thanks to Naqi). So everyone, go buy Utusan Malaysia everyday! Back to the trip, we arrived at rendez vous point around 11.30am and from there we went straight to Skytrex with guide from Hafiz. So there we are, 9 of us. There were Aju, Gem, Amy, Butet, Peng, Hafiz, Naqi, Ammar, and me.
We took Big Thrill package which is the medium. It has 22 challenges that we need to do to complete the journey. but i didn't actually count how many were there. Just follow the flow. The scariest part of the obstacle was the swinging bridge (not official name). I just don't know how to cross properly and it is very unstable. But in the end I managed to get through.
I'm the last one to finish and the last flying fox, was the longest. but it wasn't that fast. At least i enjoyed it. So there it is skytrex. Then we went to Pelita, a mamak stall nearby and have our lunch together.
The trip didn,t stop there. After that, I, Ammar, Butet,
Peng and Naqi stop by at Amy's house. She made us a special brownies. It took roughly 1 hour for it to be ready but it was worth it. sedaaappp gila. Next time hopefully amy can make one at Miri. Thanks Amy.
That was all for the awesome trip. Finally I made use of time for this weekend. Maybe next week I could go travel somewhere. We'll see