Saturday, July 27, 2013

Iftar out, anyone?


Yesterday [17 Ramadhan], me and my ex-UIA Kuantan fellas had an iftar together at Restoran Ana Ikan Bakar Petai, Bangi. For me it was a pretty nostalgic way to finally meet up again, as some of us hadn't seen each other for almost a year [I know I know, a year does not sound lama sangat pun, but considering that we used to see each other everyday and frequently have had group activities together during our undergrad years, well, yeah. Hahaha]. And, meeting up at Ana Ikan Bakar which I assumed is the branch of the same-named restaurant we used to go for dinner in Kuantan, what could be more nostalgic than that hahaha.

This real-life blogging stuff was not really my thing, but I know it should have some photos kan. Hahahaha. Here they go come looky looky.

 The "before" photo of the lauks.


 My [apparently] successful attempt on bokeh.


 Serang!

 Meet Ruby and Alia.

 The aftermath.

 Kenyang perut senang hati.

Meet me and Zulikha aka Kakecik aka Mummy [the variety of nicks come with the years we've spent together kahkah]

Well, it seems like my photo-capturing skills had gone to the longkang. I need to brush them up again. You know, friends are getting married, so... yeah I will always be one of the unofficial tukang tangkap gambar. Hahahaha.

After the event, and some photo sharing on facebook, only then we [or maybe it was just me haha] realized that there are more of our friends are currently residing in KL/Selangor area. Takpe, there will always be next times. InsyaAllah. 

Till then, love your friends! Sumber doa tu. Hahaha.

p.s : I'm not satisfied lah with this template. Gambar kechek je. Maybe I'll change it someday.

Friday, July 26, 2013

Line up.


While scrolling the so called "Just For Fun" page, I found this post;


Meanwhile, in my beloved country of the ever so peaceful and free of tyranny Malaysia;

You don't have to guess what they were lining up for, cause fo'shizzle I'm gonna tell ya. They were lining up at the McDonalds to get their hands on those Minions toys, came with the Happy Meal I supposed.


So, need I say more about these two pictures?

p.s : Salam Nuzul Quran and the 17th of Ramadhan.

picture : 9gag and Red FM facebook page.

Monday, July 22, 2013

Mirror.


Our beloved Prophet Muhammad (Peace and salutations be upon him) said, “ Should you become eager to mention another’s faults, recall your own. “ (Ar-Rafi) - See more at: http://chillyoislamyo.com/look-at-yourself-before-judging-others/#sthash.MaSHsquG.dpuf
Ramadhan 13, 1434 H.


Our beloved Prophet Muhammad (Peace and salutations be upon him) said, “ Should you become eager to mention another’s faults, recall your own. “ (Ar-Rafi) - See more at: http://chillyoislamyo.com/look-at-yourself-before-judging-others/#sthash.MaSHsquG.dpuf
Our beloved Prophet Muhammad (Peace and salutations be upon him) said, “ Should you become eager to mention another’s faults, recall your own. “ (Ar-Rafi) - See more at: http://chillyoislamyo.com/look-at-yourself-before-judging-others/#sthash.MaSHsquG.dpuf


 Well yes. The quote was from Bob Marley. But nobody should care from whom the words made their ways to people's ears, only the message matters. He couldn't be more accurate. When I saw someone sharing or liking or RTing others' thoughts on the social networks, I couldn't help but to think that they were directing the thoughts towards certain someones. However, tables can be turned, as they saw some thoughts that could relate to their misbehaves, they turned their faces away, because they were "terasa" by the direct-to-your-guilty-heart sentences.

 For instance, A despises it that B always buy too many foods at the bazaar, and when A saw a random tweet about "jangan membazir", he RTed it, hoping that B will see it and become "terasa" with the tweet. After he successfully RTed the "jangan membazir" tweet, A, full of himself, happened to see another "kesedaran" tweet, about "jangan mengumpat." A, being a gossip king, and "terasa" with the tweet, couldn't care less to RT the tweet, because he knew that he was guilty of the crime.

Or how about C, who owns a blog, always sharing his thoughts on how flawed the society nowadays is. He was always careful to choose the topics though, he won't mention about "kepentingan menjaga aurat", because his girlfriend is one hell of a daredevil when it comes to fashion, spaghetti straps, haltered neck, minis? You name it. And he loved her dressing that way. He's proud marching around the town parading his "craft-from-God" sweetheart.

And then there's me, talking about A, B and C in my blog. I don't even know who A, B and C were. Maybe they existed, maybe not. Of course I don't even know what their life stories were. What caused them to behave the way they did? Would I really care enough to find out and try to fix the situation instead of shying away and just telling their tales in my own, secluded blog? And most importantly; will I ever stop making my own conclusions in my mind regarding their antics on the social networks? I am not entirely sure of the answers.

Too quick to judge others. I hope we are not too late to judge our own tiny, sinned selves. If only the mirror can not only reflect our physical appearances, but could also reflect our sinful behaviors. Astaghfirullah al'adzim.

Journey to becoming a better muslim and mukmin, bumpy roads, yet worthiest of taking. InsyaAllah.

picture : tumblr.

 
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