i'll be waiting for u anyway
Sunday, 28 August 2011
Saturday, 27 August 2011
I can tolerate you being a bother
I can tolerate the messes you constantly make.
I can tolerate your ineffeciency.
I can tolerate you not listening to me.
I can tolerate you testing my patience all the time.
I can tolerate you invading my privacy.
I can tolerate you doing exactly the opposite of what I tell you.
I can tolerate a lot of things from you for which I have zero tolerance for with others but the one thing I can’t tolerate with you is when you don’t respect me. When you don’t address me in the manner I deserve to be addressed. When I can’t talk you even with just one statement without being disrespected. When whatever I say or do becomes a joke to you, that’s when I lose my patience fully.
Don’t expect me to talk to you because in doing so, only I know how much I’m being hurt. You don’t deserve my patience, or my kindness or my persistence. Not even Allah helps the one who doesn’t help himself so what should I bother?
Screw you. Do whatever you want, it’s officially none of my concern anymore.
Sunday, 21 August 2011
Saturday, 20 August 2011
note : kawan.. jgn bebel boleh? pnat la dgr org bebel.. hehe.. i lap u kawan.. =]
Monday, 15 August 2011
I told you: I’m in pain
You said: ‘Do not despair of the mercy of Allaah’ (39:53)
I told you: Nobody knows what is in my heart
You said: ‘Verily, in the remembrance of Allah do hearts find rest’ (13:28)
I told you: Many people hurt me
You said: ‘So pardon them and ask forgiveness for them’ (3:159)
I told you: I feel I’m alone
You said: ‘We are closer to him than [his] jugular vein’ (50:16)
I told you: My sins are so many
You said: ‘And who can forgive sins except Allah?’ (3:135)
I told you: Do not leave me
You said: ‘So remember Me; I will remember you…’ (2:152)
I told you: I’m facing a lot of difficulties in life
You said: ‘And whoever fears Allah – He will make for him a way out’ (65:2)
I told you: I have many dreams that I want to come true
You said: ‘Call upon Me; I will respond to you.’ (40:60)
sources : lightofguidance
Thursday, 11 August 2011
Sometimes, we think that we did the best we could but unfortunately that is not the best action recognized by the others. We have to please them all the time but they never pleased us. So, from now on pls make our heart happy first and appreciated our body, mind & soul. Others? Screw them.
Sunday, 7 August 2011
it's a tough question tho..
hurm.. how shud i ans this.. i want.. (really mean it.. i WANT)
esp at this time being.. this moment.. i really wanna have someone standing beside me.. take care of me.. supporting me.. someone who can guide me to Allah (sumhow i find it difficult to get sumone like this nowadays).. im ready to commit..
i dun wanna get married because am getting older.. it's not just about the wedding, the photoshoot, people gossiping(which is the most thing people concern bout) it's life after the wedding.. eventho am ready to commit..am not sure am prepared enuf (i mean 'ilmu') to be sumone wife, sumone mother, sumone daughter in law..
isteri solehah... i want to be like Khadijah r.a.. to be there for her husband... comforting him.. supporting him..be a gud mother... gud example to her children..
but i think with all my sin in the past.. i dun think am deserve to be with a guy that i've always dream of.. am still not gud enuf to have sumone like that.. i dun want a guy who is not strict to himself in following the way of islam (u knw wut i mean.. guy nowdays didn't act care bout their prayer, make fun of girl, not fasting~happily tell everyone, dun care bout halal haram nemore, the saddest thing.. girl act know more bout islam than a guy..) not just that.. i hate guys who cannot stand for himself.. i dun care if u are mama's boy (i love it.. coz they are more 'penyayang') but u need to know where u stand.. not every single thing u need to ask or tell everyone.. how can u lead me when u dunno how to decide for ur sake?
ok.. maybe i am over exaggerate.. but i think 70% are like that.. then how can i expect guy like this to be my leader.. leader of my children? i always dreamt of having family that really implement islam in every angle of life.. i have wasted my life for 25 years.. i admit i go astray.. eventho u see me in hijab.. i admit im not really follow or understand the real islam.. semua asal boleh je.. enuf is enuf.. i dun blame my parents.. we are not from 'alim' family.. but that is past.. am glad now we're together learning bout islam..
i just dun find the right person to be with.. i need to have full respectation on him... dun make urself looks stupid in front of me.. coz i hate 'lelaki gatal'.. ok.. am demanding.. but that's 2 traits must NOT have in you.. i dun care bout ur money.. ur face.. as long as u HAVE this traits.. ALIM and INDEPENDENT.. (when i mean alim u dun need to be ustaz).
hurm.. suddenly i think this post is a bit 'poyo'.. but really.. dun ask me again and again what kind a guy i want.. am getting fed up.. im praying for this kind of guy.. coz this is the most important traits i think a husband shud have.. ive found actually.. but maybe he think am not the right person.. i know am still not gud enuf.. so honestly.. i still keep searching for that special someone that can really guide me...
by Sheikh Ibn Al-Utaymeen
Yarhamahu Allah (May Allah have mercy on him)
From his book, "Liqaa-al-Baab al-Maftooh", Q # 1322
Muhammad Salih Ibn al-Uthaymeen said: "Salafiyyah is following the way of the Prophet (sallallahu alaihi wa-sallam) and his Sahabah for they are our Salaf (predecessors) who preceded us, so following them is Salafiyyah. As for taking Salafiyyah as a special Manhaj such that everyone who differs with it is considered astray even if he was on the truth; then this is beyond doubt opposite to Salafiyyah.
All the Salaf called to Islam and to unite upon the Sunnah of Allah's Messenger (sallallahu alaihi wa-sallam) and they did not declare astray anyone who differs with them (in a certain issue) because of (a different) interpretation (Taweel), except in matters of Aqeedah because they considered him, who differed in Aqeedah as astray.
But, in our time, some who took the path of Salafiyyah consider astray everyone who differs from them even if the truth were to be on his side. And they took a Hizbi (partisan) Manhaj, just like the other Hizbs (parties), who divide the religion. This (their way) must be rejected and not be approved of.
It is said, 'Look at the way of the Salaf as-Salih and what did they do in regards to differences and wideness of their hearts with regards to Ikhtilaaf (differences) in matters in which Ijtihad was feasible. (They differed with each other) to the degree that they differed in big issues, in (minor) issues of Aqeedah and (minor) issues of knowledge - for example, some of them denied that Allah's Messenger (sallallahu alaihi wa-sallam) saw His Lord and some of them confirmed of it. Some of them said, 'the deeds would be weighted on the Day of Judgment', whilst others held that "the books which record the deeds will be weighed." They also differ in matters of Fiqh, Marriage, obligations, buying and selling, etc. Despite this, they did not declare each other astray.
Thus, Salafiyyah that is taken to mean a special party (Hizb) with specific rules whose members consider anyone who differs with them as astray then they have nothing to do with Salafiyyah.
But the Salafiyyah that is to follow the Salaf in beliefs, sayings, actions, their way of differing and unity, their way of being merciful and compassion to one another as the Prophet (sallallahu alaihi wa-sallam) said, "You see the believers as regards their being merciful among themselves and showing love among themselves and being kind, resembling one body, so that, if any part of the body is not well then the whole body shares the sleeplessness (insomnia) and fever with it."Then this is the true Salafiyyah."
Salaf - literally means "those (from history) who precede, have gone before".
As-Salaf as-Saalih - The people of the past, namely the first three generations of pious muslims during and after the revelation of the Qur'an, i.e.the Sahabah (companions) of the Prophet, saaws , the Taabi'een (followers) and the Taabi Taabi'een (followers of the followers).
Islam teaches that As-Salaf as-Saalih are superior in their understanding of the Revelation of Al-Qu'ran. Generally speaking, the people present during any event (such as the revelation of the Quran) will understand it better than those who read about it later.
The Prophet, saaws, said: "I am leaving you two things and you will never go astray as long as you cling to them -- they are the Book of Allah and my Sunnah." [Reported by Al- Haakim - Sahih].
"The best of people are my generation, then the second, then the third, then there will come a people, having no good in them." [[related by Ibn Mas'ood] [Tabaraanee in Al-Kabeer] Shaykh Al Albaanee declares it to be Hasan. See Silsilatul Ahaadeeth ad-Da'eefah no.3569, and Saheeh Al Jaami' no. 3293.]
"My Ummah will not unite upon error." [Reported by at-Tirmidhee and Haakim - Sahih]
The best of people are my generation, then those who follow after them, then those who follow after them, then there will come after them a people who will be fat, and they will love obesity, bearing witness before being asked to."[related by the Umars, sons of Husayn(r)] [Tirmidthee, authenticated by Imaam Al Haakim] Shaykh Al Albaanee declares it to be Saheeh. See Silsilatul Ahaadeeth As-Saheehah no. 699, and Saheeh Al Jaami' no. 3294.
Salafi - means "of the salaf". The "i" (sounds like "ee") on the end of the word means "of the", "of" and/or "are". Using correct arabic grammar, the word "salafi" can only be used in association with words that are of that which is truly from the far past. In order to be a salaf, you had to exist generations prior to the current one. Referring to oneself as a salafi* is permissible in Islam so long as the intention is for identification with the salafi minhaj and this identification does not replace your identification as being MUSLIM, as this is what Allah swt has commanded us in The Qur'an to call ourselves. While it is important, as many scholars have said, to distinguish ourselves from the innovators, we first do this in our actions (i.e. do not sit with the people of innovation, engage the sunnah in our daily lives, etc.), and to do so in speech, we can best do so by clearly stating that we are followers of the pious predecessors ("Ana a-taaba as-salaf as-saalih").
Those Muslims whose intentions are to follow the Qur'an and Sunnah of the Prophet saaws and the salaf, know better than to divide themselves into a sect (a dissenting or schismatic religious body; especially one regarded as extreme or heretical) that parts from following clear proof in Quran and Sunnah.
"Verily those before you from among the People of the Book split into seventy-two sects and verily this religion . . . ", and in another narration, " . . . this Ummah will split into seventy-three sects: seventy-two will be in the Fire and one in Paradise and that is the Jamaa'ah." [Reported by Abu Daawood - Sahih]
When questioned by his Companions about those who will be saved from the Fire, the Messenger (sallallaahu 'alaihi wasallam) replied: "They are those who are upon what I and my companions are upon." [Reported by at-Tirmidhee from Amr ibn al-Aas - classified as Hasan.
Following the madhdhab of the salaf is unlike following one of the madhdhabs (schools of thought) of today. Today when a person says they follow a madhdhab, they mean they follow one of the four Imams (Maliki, Hanafi, etc..), often to the point that even if the Imam's chosen position on any topic is clearly in error, they will follow it anyway, just for the sake of consistency in following the same Imam. In the true use of the word "madhdhab", the way of the salaf is a madhdhab. In the modern sense of the word "madhdhab", the way of the salaf is not a madhdhab, meaning it does not require or encourage blind adherence to a single leader like the practice of muslims who follow any one of the four major madhdhabs of today.
Minhaj Qur'an wa Sunnah- means methodology of Qur'an and Sunnah.
Shaikh Saalih al-Fawzaan said, " The reasons for disunity are many. From amongst the main causes are: Firstly, opposing the minhaj (methodology) of the Salaf, the Companions of Allaah's Messenger and those who follow them. So the Salaf had a minhaj that they adhered to; a manhaj in aqeedah (creed), a manhaj in da'wah (calling to Allaah), a minhaj in enjoining good and forbidding evil, a manhaj in how to judge between people. This minhaj, in all situations, was based upon the Book of Allaah and the Sunnah of our Messenger." [Wujoob ut-Tathabbut fil-Akhbaaar p.18]
Bid'a- Innovation in ibaddah [worship], to be avoided!
The Prophet, saaws, has said: "If anyone introduces into this affair of ours (i.e. the religion of Islam) anything which does not belong to it, he will have it rejected." [Reported by Muslim - Sahih].
The Prophet, saaws, said: "Whoever does an action which we (Allah and His Messenger) have not commanded it will be rejected." [Reported by Muslim - Sahih]
Shirk- To associate a partner with Allah swt. The greatest sin.
Tawheed- The Oneness of Allah, swt.
Tawheed-ar-Ruboobiyya (Oneness of the Lordship of Allah).
To believe that there is only one Lord for all the universe, its Creator, Organizer, Planner, Sustainer, Maintainer, etc., and that is Allah swt.
Tawheed-al-Uloohiyya (Oneness of the worship of Allah).
To believe that none has the right to be worshipped but Allah. Worship comes in the form of praying, invoking, asking for help from the unseen or anything believed to be a deity (i.e. idols), swearing, slaughtering sacrifices, etc.
"And the mosques are for Allâh (Alone), so invoke not anyone along with Allâh." [Surah Al-Jinn 72:18].
"Say (O Muhammad SAW): "I am only a man like you. It has been inspired to me that your Ilâh (God) is One Ilâh (God i.e. Allâh). So whoever hopes for the Meeting with his Lord, let him work righteousness and associate none as a partner in the worship of his Lord." [Surah Al-Kahf 18:110]
Tawheed-al-Asma was-Sifat (Oneness of the Names/Attributes of Allah)
To believe that all the best of names/attributes (i.e. "The Most Merciful", etc.) belong to Allah as described in the Qur'an and by Prophet Muhammad saaws, and must not be twisted or expanded upon nor given similtude to human characteristics.
"Say (O Muhammad (Peace be upon him)): 'He is Allâh, (the) One. Allâh-us-Samad (The Self-Sufficient Master, Whom all creatures need, He neither eats nor drinks). He begets not, nor was He begotten; And there is none co-equal or comparable unto Him.' " [Surah Al-Ikhlas 112].
"...There is nothing like unto Him, and He is the All-Hearer, the All-Seer." [Surah Ash-Shura 42:11]
source : http://muttaqun.com/salafiyyah.html
Saturday, 6 August 2011
now i know am not alone
susah nak keluar dari 'dunia' ni
dunia yg sia-sia
dunia yg lupa pada Penciptanya
tidak takut pada hukum hakam
yg tunduk sujud kepada dunia
bila hukum Tuhan dipermainkan
bila yg haram dihalalkan
bila orang tuli mengeluarkan hujah
pada siapa yg kau harus marah?
syaitan yang menghasutmu?
atau nafsu diri sendiri?
istighfarlah wahai manusia
jangan mudah melatah
jangan kerana ia tidak mengikut norma kehidupanmu
maka mereka yang segelintir itu salah dimatamu
bukankah nabi kita sudah berpesan
al-quran dan sunnah lah rujukan
bukan hati yg selalu dihasut syaitan
siapa yang bersalah?
aku? atau mereka?
salahkah bila aku ingin meminggirkan diri?
salahkah bila aku ingin mendekati Tuhanku?
anti-sosial kah aku?
pernahkah aku tidak memberi kerjasama kepada kamu?
terganggukah kehidupanmu melihat aku sendiri?
biarkanlah aku.. aku ingin bersama Tuhanku..