Wednesday, March 23, 2011

Cabaran hebat susukan anak

Puan Kamariah (Pakar Laktasi)-Gambar Ihsan dr hmetro.com.my
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Tuesday, March 22, 2011

Do We Know What's Good For Us?

Assalamualaikum semua pengunjung blog ummi, ni mau bersharing dengan email yg ummi dapat dari Hilalplaza.com sangat menarik dan bagus untuk memuhasabah (menilai) diri sendiri, jom kita sama2 renung2kan..

In one of his articles, Dr. Bilal Philips (a famous Islamic scholar)  narrates a story that involves tragedy, drama, and joy. The story is about an Egyptian teacher whose photograph appeared in a local newspaper. The picture showed his smiling and happy face with his hands stretched out and both thumbs sticking up; his father was kissing him on one cheek and his sister on the other cheek.

The newspaper narrated his story about working as a teacher in Bahrain. After a brief visit back home in Egypt, he was returning to join work and thus taking a flight from Cairo to Bahrain. However, at the airport he wasn’t allowed to get on the flight because he had one “stamp” missing on his Passport. This made the teacher distraught, thinking that his career was over because this flight was the last one back to Bahrain which would have enabled him to report back on time, missing which also meant that he would lose his job. He thus became quite frantic, but his endless crying, screaming, and explanations to the airport staff could not get him on the plane. His family comforted him to accept Allah’s decree.
Disappointed, he returned home only to learn a few hours later that the flight he was meant to take (Gulf Air flight GF072) crashed killing everyone on board.
While feeling sad for the passengers onboard, he along with his family thanked Allah for His decree. The day he thought was the most tragic day of his career and life, ended up to be the happiest one averting a tragedy for him and his family.
We are reminded of such signs in Surah al-Kahf, a surah that Muslims are instructed by the prophet to read every Friday. In it is the story of Prophet Musa (Moses) and Khidr. Khidr bore a hole in the boat of the people who took him and Musa across the river. This made Musa question (and object) to such an action as the owners of the boat were quiet poor and obviously weren’t happy to what was done to their boat. However, as it became apparent later, an oppressor King came down to the river and forcefully took away all the boats except the one with a hole in it. So the owners of the boat praised Allah due to the fact that there was a hole in their boat.
We learn from this story that in times of distress or when we desire something badly, we shouldn’t always assume what’s good for us and what’s not because Allah may have decreed a different outcome. As Allah says in the Quran (part of the verse):
“….and it may be that you dislike a thing which is good for you and that you like a thing which is bad for you. Allah knows but you do not know.” (Quran Al-Baqarah:216)
When struck by an affliction therefore, we have to be patient and in control of oneself. That is possible when we elevate ourselves to a high enough spiritual level where our Iman (faith) in Allah can help us ride the wave.
We can also stay in control by not losing our sense of reasoning that can help us provide better perspective of the situation. ibn al-qayyim said, “patience can be defined as a manner of spiritual superiority by virtue of which we refrain ourselves from doing evil. it is also a faculty of the intellect that enables us to live properly in this world.” Qatada said, “Allah has created angels having reason but with no desires, animals have desires and no reason, and man has both reason and desires. Therefore, if one’s reason is stronger than his desires, he is like an angel. On the other hand, if his desires are stronger, he is like an animal.” (ibn Al-Qayyim – “The Way to Patience and Gratitude.”)
The take away lesson for us is that we can improve the quality of our lives by making an effort to train ourselves to be patient, i.e. to elevate our levels of faith and to understand the dynamics that reasoning plays in staying patient.
As the prophet mentioned in a hadith,
“……..whoever strives to be patient, Allah will make him patient” (Al-Bukhari).”

(Source: taken from http://www.iqrasense.com/muslim-character/do-we-know-whats-good-for-us.html)

Sunday, March 13, 2011

My New Nursing Cover!!

Ummi's New Nursing Cover!
Pandangan dr depan
Close-up image
Beg comel tempat simpan nursing cover
 Ok kah? hahaha..ni lah hasil ummi bercuti hari pertama hari sabtu kemarin. Menyiapkan nursing cover untuk my coming baby InsyaAllah. :)

Friday, March 11, 2011

Gempa 8.9 Skala Richter Cetuskan Tsunami Di Jepun

Image from: google
Image from google
Jepun dilanda gempa kuat, berkekuatan 8.9 pada skala Richter.

Gegaran dikesan pada kedalaman 10 kilometer dan 125 kilometer di timur Jepun atau kira-kira 380 kilometer ke timur laut Tokyo.
 
Bandar Onahama di utara Jepun kemudian turut dibadai ombak tsunami setinggi enam meter.

Stesen Televisyen Tempatan, N-H-K berjaya merakamkan ombak tsunami menghanyutkan kereta, trak, rumah dan bangunan di bandar berkenaan.

Ekoran bencana itu, Kementerian Pertahanan Jepun mengerahkan lapan pesawat tentera ke kawasan terjejas dengan bencana itu.

Pusat Amaran Tsunami Pasifik  mengeluarkan amaran tsunami di Jepun, Russia, Kepulauan Markus dan Utara Mariana.

Sejurus selepas gegaran dikesan, penduduk di kawasan pesisir pantai Jepun telah diarah menyelamat diri ke kawasan selamat.

Agensi meteorologi memberi amaran  malapetaka tsunami di pesisir pantai pasifik Jepun.

Amaran yang sama turut dikeluarkan pusat amaran tsunami di Hawaii.

Dengan gempa sekuat 8. 9 skala Richter, ia dijangka akan melanda kebanyakan negara kepulauan di Lautan Pasifik.

Ia termasuk Guam, Taiwan, Filipina dan dan tidak terkecuali Hawaii.

Sumber: Website TV3

Tuesday, March 1, 2011

Celcom 2 Years Extended Expiry Date

Here is how to get 1 year or 2 years expiry extended for Celcom Prepaid:

  1. Go to *118#
  2. Choose My Account (number 8)
  3. Choose Other Service (number 5)
  4. Choose Credit Expiry (number 3)
Then choose subscribe 1 year or 2 year according to your needs. Thats all. As I know RM30 will be deducted from your prepaid credit for 1 year and RM50 will be deducted for 2 year expiry date.

Here is the way for you to get 2 years of extended expiry date for your Celcom Prepaid:

  1. Change your plan to Celcom Blue
    • Type MIG BlUE and send to 28882
  2. Go to *119#
  3. Choose No 1
    (Prabayar Celcom Blue)
  4. Then Choose No 2
    (Servis Tambahan)
  5. After that, choose No 4
    (Tempoh Kredit)

You can choose for 1 year or 2 year of expiry date. For the 2 years, the fee will be RM50( deducted from your Celcom Prepaid Account)

After you got the 2 years expiry date, you are require to maintain a minimum topup of RM30 for every 6 month to maintain the extended expiry.


Thats all. -smile-

Update:

As I know, you can get one year or two year expiry date for your Xpax too. Here is how to do it:

  1. Press *118# and call
  2. Choose 9(My Prepaid)
  3. Choose 5(Credit Expiry)
Then you can choose the expiry date for one year or two year. As I know some money will be deducted from your prepaid.
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