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Tuesday, September 23, 2008

23th september...23 ramadhan

so funny today because i breakfast in the car with housemate , because we wake up late, so we rushing to eat b4, tthe time finish around 548am.so we woke up on 520....n went to 7 eleven at bangsar south, hhahahah bought bread, mineral water n other....the nice thing is, the song BERDUA LEBIH BAIK was playing in the radio, i remember me about study life at university n my best friend ikhwan, last time, when thats song famous in radio, we always listen that song together ...hhhaah funny but that reality.....


then we share food n drink much, because we dont want hungry oe exhausted later. at leaast we hav experience wake up late. hehe so nice n great actually

fasting month

since a month ago, many of my friend which is come from over the world visited my blog, thanks.so here i wanna share u about ramadhan month, n what meaning ramadhan to all of u. although u not a muslim guy, at least we share our culture, experience n sometime discuss about that, sorry its long,but its good for u to know. honestly i copy this article from website, at least , u can read ok...so fasting good for ur health....

Fasting is another form of worship found universally in the world religions. Although there are vast differences regarding the mode of fasting and the conditions applied to it, the central idea of fasting is present everywhere. Where it is not mentioned clearly, it is likely that it may gradually have either been discontinued or have petered out through gradual decay in practice. The case of Buddha is an interesting example. He started his quest for truth with a severe form of fasting, but later on it is said that he abandoned this practice because it had adversely affected his health. In view of this one can understand why he discontinued, but this does not in any way indicate that he had ceased to believe in fasting. Perhaps that is why some Buddhists, here and there, still observe some form of fasting.

Fasting in Islam is a highly developed institution, and needs to be studied in depth. There are two types of injunctions with regards to fasting. One relates to obligatory fasting and the other to optional. Obligatory fasting is further divided into two categories:

  1. There is one full month in every year in which fasting is prescribed for Muslims all over the world. As the month is a lunar month, so it keeps changing around the year in relation to the solar months. This creates a universal balance for the worshippers. Sometimes the fasting in winter months is easy as far as the days go, in comparison to the long winter nights, while during the summer months the days become long and exacting. As the lunar months keep rotating around the year, so Muslims in all parts of the world have some periods of easy fasting and some of arduous fasting.

Fasting in Islam begins everywhere at the first appearance of dawn, and ends with sunset. During this period one is expected to abstain from all food and drink completely. It is not just physical hunger and thirst that constitute the Muslim fast, but the nights prior to the beginning of the fast acquire a far more important character and play a central role in the institution of fasting. The Muslims wake up many hours before dawn for individual prayer and the remembrance of God. Also the Holy Quran is recited in every Muslim house much more than in ordinary days. A greater part of the night is thus spent in spiritual exercises which make up so the very essence of fasting.

During the day, apart from restraining from food and water, all is Muslims are particularly exhorted from vain talk, quarrels and fights, or from any such occupation as is below the dignity of a true believer. No indulgence in carnal pleasure is allowed; even husband and wife during the day lead separate lives, except for the formal human relationship common to all people.

In Islam, alms-giving and care for the destitute is so highly emphasised that it becomes part of a Muslim's daily life. However when it comes to Ramadan, the month of fasting, Muslims are required to redouble their efforts in this field. It is reported of the Holy Prophet that spending in the cause of the poor was a routine daily practice with him which has been likened unto a breeze, never ceasing to bring comfort and solace to the needy. However during Ramadhan, the reporters of the Ahadith -- the sayings of the Holy Prophet (sa)-- remind us that the breeze seemed to pick up speed and began to blow like strong winds. Alms-giving and care for the destitute are so highly emphasised, that in no period during the year do Muslims engage in such philanthropic purposes as they do during the month of Ramadhan.

  1. Other obligatory fasting is most often related to the condoning of sins by God. This also includes violation of the obligatory fasts.

The optional fasting is so well promoted that it becomes a part of the righteous Muslim's way of life. Although a majority of Muslims do not go beyond the month of obligatory fasting, some keep fasts now and then particularly when in trouble. As it is expected that the prayers offered in fasting are more productive, some people keep extra fasts to ward off their problems, but some do it only for the sake of winning Allah's special favours. There no limit to this, except that the founder of Islam strongly discouraged those who had vowed to fast continuously for their whole life. When the Holy Prophet (sa) came to learn of one such case, he disapproved of the practice and censured the man for attempting to achieve liberation as if by forcing his will upon . He told the person concerned that: 'Just by putting yourself to trouble or discomfort, not only will you be unable to please God, but you may even earn His displeasure.' He pointed out that over emphasis on austerity is likely to make one negligent towards one's wife and children, kith and kin, friends etc.

The Holy Prophet (sa) reminded him specifically of his responsibilities in the area of human relationship: 'Do your duty to God as well as the creation of God equitably' was the advice. To some, after their insistent petulant begging, he permitted optional fasts only in the style of David, peace be upon him. The Holy Founder of Islam told them that it was the practice of David to fast one day and abstain from doing so the next. Throughout his life, after he made this vow, he kept the fast on alternate days. So the Holy Prophet (sa) said 'I can only permit you that much and no more.'

The institution of fasting is extremely important because it cultivates the believer in almost every area of his spiritual life. Among other things, he learns through personal experience about what hunger, poverty, loneliness and discomforts mean to the less fortunate sections of society. Abstention from even such practices during the month of Ramadhan as are permissible in everyday life plays a constructive role in refining the human character

Saturday, September 20, 2008

buffet ramadhan at the garden hotel, midvalley with saa's mate






some of photo with my new friend at new company, SA architect, nice place. the gardens hotel, one of my wishes hotel in my list i like to go.....we have tour b4 take a dinner, their staff show us meeting room, conference, hotel room unit,gym, sauna, pool n so on . quite nice n interesting.

the food was good, the price RM98 per nett, very expensive for me.when the boss pay for the bill, its around RM7350, for 84 staff , i think but some of them not join us......yeah love the food, especial rojak buah, the rest, its normal for me because i always eat at hotel, nothing special.

Thursday, September 18, 2008

sometime i hate taxi at malaysia.....too

Malaysia's 'worst in the world' taxis tarnish national image


The ads promoting "Malaysia: Truly Asia" aim to welcome visitors with a warm smile to a prosperous and modern nation, so the taxi fleet branded "the worst in the world" can come as a bit of a shock. Even the locals are not spared the shabby service of unkempt and hostile drivers behind the wheels of decrepit vehicles who refuse to use the meter, overcharge and pick-and-choose which destinations they will travel to. At the popular KLCC mall under Kuala Lumpur's iconic Petronas Twin Towers is a typical scene, as a gang of cabbies negotiate with a young Norwegian couple just metres from a signboard warning against "taxi touts".


"Flat rate, flat rate, no metre," one driver insists as the tourists try to find a cab to take them to their hotel, less than two kilometres (1.2 miles) away. Anxious to escape the baking heat, they agree to pay 25 ringgit (7.22 dollars) for a trip that would have cost less than three ringgit on the meter.

"Is it expensive? We don't know, we thought it is normal here," said the woman as they piled in with their shopping bags.


More frequent visitors, however, are vocal in their criticism and say that aggressive and unprofessional drivers are tarnishing the nation's image as a squeaky clean and hospitable destination. "I first visited Malaysia in 2006 and I was impressed by everything I saw except for the worst taxi service I have endured," said Kabir Dali, an Indian tourist waiting in vain for a metered taxi at another mall. "I paid a whopping 260 ringgit (74 dollars) from the Kuala Lumpur International Airport to town and was later told that was twice the proper amount." Complaints about taxis are common in many countries, but in Malaysia it has escalated to an outpouring of frustration, on blog sites and in letters to newspapers.


In a survey by the local magazine The Expat, some 200 foreigners from 30 countries rated Malaysia the worst among 23 countries in terms of taxi quality, courtesy, availability and expertise.

The respondents lashed the fleet as "a source of national shame" and "a serious threat to tourists -- rude bullies and extortionists".Salvation is in sight though, as a number of smaller, up-scale operators enter the market to provide a more expensive but quality taxi service for frustrated visitors and locals. The uniformed drivers, behind the wheels of smart new multi-purpose vehicles and sedans, switch on the meter as a matter of course and do not refuse destinations -- surprising and delighting commuters in the capital.


Abdul Razak, operations manager for Dubai-based Citicab which launched here in January, said that even in poorer nations such as Thailand and Indonesia, taxis are smarter and the drivers far more courteous. "I would say it is the worst in this region, undoubtedly. I have travelled to all countries in this region and our company operates taxis in many parts of the world. The situation here is the worst I have seen," he told AFP. "The vehicles are in shabby condition, the driver will take you if he likes your face -- that is, if he agrees with where you want to go for the price he insists on."


The government has called on taxi firms to lift their standards, but various campaigns have achieved little, and many blame the lack of enforcement on rampant corruption in the police and bureaucracy. "It is difficult for the roads and traffic department to take stern action," said a security officer at one city mall as he watched the touts swoop. "Taxi operators and the company which hold the licences are all linked to some politician or another," he said. "Drivers here are ruthless because they are unchecked by authorities who are almost non-existent." John Koldowski, from the Pacific Asia Travel Association, said that "less than desirable" taxi drivers have an outsize impact on a nation's image. "The first contact a tourist gets with locals is often during airport transits to hotels and it creates a very, very strong first impression, either be good or bad," he said. "Authorities certainly need to do their jobs and act upon any complaints strongly, quickly and visibly." (Agence France-Presse - 9/18/2008 2:55 AM GMT)


Thursday, September 11, 2008

signature posh & signature edward



my perfume.....................

Wednesday, September 10, 2008

love is empty




asalak127 (9/10/2008 1:41:33 AM): hi ariff how ru ?
asalak127 (9/10/2008 1:41:50 AM): ariff i dont know why u tell dis things
asalak127 (9/10/2008 1:42:03 AM): but if ur mean i dont chat with u anymore
asalak127 (9/10/2008 1:42:06 AM): sorry about it
asalak127 (9/10/2008 1:42:12 AM): happy ramadan to u too dear
asalak127 (9/10/2008 1:42:23 AM): bcos i desided married and my fiance dont let me chat with anyone dear
asalak127 (9/10/2008 1:42:46 AM): but u know i dont rember u and ur kindly heart never
asalak127 (9/10/2008 1:43:00 AM): and ur my brother yet and always dear
asalak127 (9/10/2008 1:43:40 AM): but i cant tell to my husbend:( i like answer to u bcos he sad on me
asalak127 (9/10/2008 1:44:01 AM): i hope u exquse me my brother
asalak127 (9/10/2008 1:44:49 AM): and if one day i come dere at malysia with my fiance tell u and meet u my brother and see u face to face
asalak127 (9/10/2008 1:46:23 AM): take care and GOD bless u brother
asalak127 (9/10/2008 1:46:41 AM): u know i dont remember u
asalak127 (9/10/2008 1:47:15 AM): best wishes for u and ur family dear
asalak127 (9/10/2008 1:47:29 AM): have a best life




something its hard to say n to share for me......i'm sad when i got this offline message, even i'm still surprise with this offline message.i respect her as my sister,she come over me to asking help,as human we must help each other. she come like angel to me a few year ago with hope n great spirit.i respect her as a modern girl because she come from a crazy country. she asking a favor from me 4 years ago for her brother.....even until now i never asking her for her photo....because i helped her from inside my deep heart..not for money or materialistic.

if 4 year ago, i sacrificed my study time, even my exam day for her family n her brother,but now i really suprised she never inform me about this thing. if 4 years ago, she everyday online to chat with me because need favour,but 3 year after that even now....no chat anymore.

i regret facing people like this....bad people,bad culture, rough........finale leaving me alone.....maybe u already push me out from ur life.....n since last week,i deleted u from my life.i love u like my sister...but now not anymore..........bye asal.

Saturday, September 6, 2008

1 year ago.......study at university



my university mate posing b4 great dinner...love to make this pose again...i miss my study life at university...dont know, when i can get study n having this memory again.....to all of u which is still study.....hav great time ok, n take photo as record...i'm sure u will miss that at future

saa architect


herewith i wanna share with my new company.....i took this photo at the 1st day. with hope n great spirit, i hope i can manage my life from here. nice company, nice friend n great architect. i try to get chemistry with this company..i miss akb, my previous company.....but i need to change my mind..i remember one advise from my best friend ...x akb worker...when i move from last company , u should change ur mind n adapt with new environment at new office. i will remember that advise.....i dont want look at behind or turn back because i love akb.


my latest photo at new company...still look fresh after long holiday...yeah i canceled my travel to bangkok. too bad, what can i do, maybe Allah make decision for me


the second day, i finish this work...yeah its hard to me after long time holiday...my latst work to share with u all...this project at pj, office tower

seputih qaseh ramadhan....the great malay movie i saw in my life


today 6 september 2008, its great day after long time not update my blog....too busy at new company n too much work.still fasting month, wake up early n went to restaurant for breakfast n i wacthed one malay movie seputih qaseh ..its nice,but its only episode 1.

then i browsing in the internet n i got full episode at youtube....wow damn its good movie...nice..very sad la.....i use 1 box tissue because crying starting episode 1 until the movie finish...she is great women in the world...loyal,lovely, kind...i'm speechless..no word to say for Qaseh......by eja, arash also good acting but in the movie, he so bad man..i wanna kill him, he so lucky hav wife like qaseh....oh my god......its nice movie..teach me something about love, sympathy, loyal n life

the end of movie, qaseh died because hav lung cancer i think, so bad, its make me more cry n cry. after that..i called my mom n i'm apologize to her....i'm sory mom...i'm bad guy....but what to do...i hav my own life, i will do my best to make u happy, i'm promise...hope u all can see that movie, i think in the movie hav english subtitle

last b4 i'm forget, the song inthis movie really touching, good choice n make the movie damn good....sory its really nice for me..i hate malay movie...but this great..hope you all agree with me