Friday, November 27, 2009
So what’s up? How u all been doing? I hope u guys doing great.
Tomorrow Muslims will celebrate Eid al-Adha, the day that we commemorate the willingness of Ibrahim to sacrifice his son as an act of obedience to God. I wanna take a chance to wish u all Happy Sacrifice Feast.
So I just came back from masjid (mosque = masjid is in my native language), where I went to join my fellow Muslims to recite the Takbir Raya.
Its kinda nice, but not so many people attended it, majority the golden age people, maybe others who were absent, intend to wait till tomorrow morning together with solat sunat Eid al-Adha to recite the takbir.
Saturday, November 21, 2009
“HERE is your seat belt”
“oh, ya, thanx”
“sir, do u wanna swap your seat with me?” as she pulled my shirt sleeve to gain my attention coz I’m wearing earphone
“sorry?” while I removing my earphone
“do u wanna swap your seat with me?”
“no, because I see that you are not very comfortable, I don’t mind to swap seat with u”
“oh, no2, it’s okay, I’m fine with this, thanks though”
“are u sure? Coz I’m happy to do that for u”
“nah, I’m sure, it’s okay, appreciate”
“okay then” smiling at me..
Thursday, November 12, 2009
I received many feedbacks recently. Some good and some bad.
First, I would like to thank to all of my readers, and VERY SPECIAL THANKS to the one who giving me their feedback about my work whether openly or personally. I do appreciate all of u guys as your feedback really helping me in order to improve my writing skills. Your critics mean a lot to me.
I will work harder after this so that I can satisfy all of my readers and at the same time sharing the story, experience and knowledge universally so that it can bring benefits to all of us.
Thanks again for your feedbacks. Appreciate. =)
Ps: I just change my layout and background, hope u guys like it. x)
Sunday, November 1, 2009
“Fared, my father’s gone, he passed away yesterday. Pray for the brotherhood in Islam. He need blessing from all. Shall I remind you that take care and be a good son to your parents while they are still there for you, before it’s too late, we don’t know when our time will come”.
I recently received this sms from a good friend of mine. When I read this sms, there were a thousand of things that came and running through my mind. “What’s wrong with your dad?” “How come in sudden?” “Why telling me too late, why not yesterday?” “How about you?” “Are you okay?” “How does you feel?”
I numb for a moment. Thousands of question running in my mind which left me in a state of confusion. I knew his father. He was a good man. A type of person that is easy to get along too, very polite, humble, full of respect to others around him.