Tuesday, May 20, 2014


Adakah lahirnya aku sebagai sesuatu beban yang berat untuk mereka mereka memandang? Apatah lagi memikul?


Wednesday, January 22, 2014

Disbelieve to believe!

Seeing is believing. This cliche statement seems to be agreeable and sometimes not to me.
Two scenarios.
1st: when a preacher tries to convince a not yet muslim guy to embrace Islam and prove that Islam is the way of life. YET, manners n attitude of the preacher himself aint represent the true color of Islam. Example, he couldnt control his anger, reckless driving style and etc. Thus the not yet muslim believes what the preacher said is nothing but lies.
Aint seeing is believing?
2nd: when a man said to his parents that he wanna start up a business. YET, since the business aint there to prove his credibility and ability of doing so, the parents end up disbelieving. Because their stand is that...
...seeing is believing.
How pathetic!

Sunday, December 1, 2013


I met kids at their kids' ages and teens at theirs growing stage. Unsurprisingly, most of them are facing problems according to their theme of age whether bad behavior, emotional destruction, problems at school and their studies and the list goes on and on.

I believe these problems are caused by a sole root but it has several small branches of roots. The main root is the parents. I'm not simply said it, there is a good explanation of it.

Some might not agree with me. This is what I'm trying to point out. My opinion is based on what I observed and what I experienced. So, everyone is free to disagree and click X button on top. ;)

House supposedly should be the first madrasah or school of children. From house, parents could teach their kids to recognize the deen/ religion, read, reflect and react upon the deen and its teachings, memorize the Qur'an, inculcate Tawheed or Oneness of God as it is the foundation of everything. It depends on parents. If they teach the kids how to dress like popstars or how to live as a celebrity, then that what their future will be.

Just think, how many times parents normally spend of their quality times with their children? In average? Just look at your family and people around you. If let say they spend 3 hours per day. What do they usually do TOGETHER? Yeah, eating, watching TV. But what together is togetherness, by eating together with silent mode on? By watching TV by the father with grumpy face and mother enjoying her dramas with tears flowing down on cheeks and the children are making noises, distractions, messing up with everything in the house? At the end, kids end up crying as they got pinched by the father. This is just an EXAMPLE. Might be the real story of somebody, right?

The house is like haunted house or even worse than that. Hope you know what I'm saying. Allahu musta'an. :'(

Ok, some would say, 'You know, parents are working during days and they are tired once reach at home they have to handle kids and their couple. Give them some times! Come on~'

Then, I ask you: What is your intention of having kids in the first place? Or perhaps, what did you get married in the first place?

I read a post posted by Ustazah Fatimah Syarha on facebook as she told the story of her 2 years old daughter. Her daughter was praying isha' alone and reciting surah al-baqarah verse 225 smoothly and after the prayer that kid asked her teddy bear why he did not pray together with her. here :D Impressive, subhanAllah! MashaAllah! Her daughter is just 2 years old. Surely, the mother has  crystal clear purposes of raising up her children. She made it and inshaAllah will continue making progress of fulfilling her intentions.

She also mentioned that kids are the best copiers at their young age as they will do whatever their parents do. If the parents often play Quranic recitation and recite ALONG whether in the car whenever they send their children to the school or the mother do the dzikr  or recite memorized verses of Quran while cooking, children are observing and trying to do the same! Trust me! So, let them familiarize and get them excited with overflowed awesomeness of Qur'an. THIS might help. Hopefully inshaAllah. :D

Parents should be able to create the environment in the house which suits spiritual and emotional needs of their children.

Parents should not ignore their kids' voices! Embrace them! Entertain them! Befriend with them! As the Prophet sallallahu'alayhiwassalam has taught.

I'm just annoyed seeing the parents 'ignoring' the children.
Is it a sign of punishment or we are being tested by Allah???

May Allah forgive me and all of our sins. Allahumma ameen..

Sunday, November 3, 2013


I answered this question before on ask.fm,

What should a real man be able to do?

which was "wake up for fajr and perform it in the masjid with the crowd (in jama'ah)
and I realize that it is a general answer. First I need to answer is this question, define a real man?

Friday, August 30, 2013

Antara kisah-kisah se-semalam

Du'a for the Ummah. Promise me?

Sang ironi aku

....sesuatu yang telah ditentukan oleh Allah pasti akan datang, maka janganlah kalian minta untuk disegerakan...


Aku khuatir dengan ketidaksabaran aku, langkah aku tersasar dari yang benar. Ketidaksabaran aku bukan sendiri lahir dariku, ancaman luar juga sentiasa memburu. Aku lemah sekarang, kerna berdiri seorang.

Tatkala berdu'a, hati cuba meminta untuk disegerakan segala yang baik untuk aku. Tapi aku takut melafazkannya, mungkin tempoh bertangguh yang Allah letakkan, adalah untuk aku terdidik sebaiknya. Aku mendidik aku sebaiknya. Sepatutnya.

Aku tak rasa ini aku yang dahulu. Seolah-olah wajah bayangan berbeda datang bertukar warna. Hampir setiap masa. Aku berdu'a lagi, agar Allah tetapkan aku dalam rawatan segera Dia dan pelihara aku sentiasa. Iman aku. Taqwa aku. Tapi kadang-kala hati terlalu rapuh, serapuh kayu hutan yang reput dipijak sepatu. Nak berdu'a pun seakan berkira-kira. Astaghfirullah.

".....not necessary that you need to be in Jama'ah. The point is wherever you go and be around with, you could practice the Sunnah of the Prophet sallallahu'alayhiwassalam, that's enough..."

Jawapan jelas Ustadz Ibrahim Nuh berlegar berkali-kali. Nota hijau catatan cahaya dibelak mencari barisan penerangan sang ustadz yang mulia. Tak jumpa.

"...orang yang senang-senang tinggalkan Sunnah, senang bagi mereka untuk tinggalkan yang fardu juga..."

Kali ni kata-kata ustadz corong radio bertukar legaran di kepala. Kalau dah tinggalkan fardu, agak-agak iman dan taqwa pada tahap tertinggi ke? 

Aku lemah, kerana aku yang pilih untuk jadi lemah. Sedangkan aku ada Tuhan yang Maha Mega Kuat, yang menjana kekuatan kepada ciptaan Dia. 

Tuesday, July 16, 2013

The 'Solace' Door

Buku Secangkir Teh Pengubat Letih tulisan Ustadz Hasrizal dijamah mata. Ralit mata menjamu tiap bibit huruf.
"carilah satu dunia asing...untuk kamu keluar dari diri kamu yang sudah rapuh dan kering itu. Basahkan kembali dengan bersunyi-sunyi dengan Allah; sama ada di tikar sejadah, atau hamparan bumi dan alam yang tekun dengan zikrullah." 
"Selamat mencari damai dan tenteram jiwa, wahai anak muda!" -halaman 9
Kepala diangkat. Mata membulat. Badan terus bangun dari parking dan pakaian berganti. Kunci kereta dicapai. Cari the door. Di pantai.

Aku 'membakar hati' lagi di sini. Walaupun cerita ustadz di sana, Turki.

"Güneşte yanmayan gölgenin kıymetini bilmez" 
"One who has never been burned by the sun can never know the value of the shadow"
 -Turkish proverb

Monday, July 15, 2013


The fact of this Dunya. 
It will perish when the Day comes

"Don't leave the Dunya nor live as if there will be no akhirah. 
Dunya is for us to USE it!"    

~sheykh yawar baig

Sunday, July 14, 2013

Hungrily to have em

 Zoe Ferraris' masterpieces.

As a good friend 'claimed':
"This book is not as other books I've ever read. Some books,
I just read a few pages and khalas. I'm done!" while her hands
waving Kingdom of Strangers.

I guess I have to start ordering them now since
some are not easy to get. Hhmm

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