Sunday, July 28, 2013

Anak Kecil Main Api

Ingat tak se ketika dulu nenek kita, ibu-bapa kita, jiran kita, berkorban masa dan wang untuk menjaminkan keamanan untuk kita -generasi ini -di Tanah Melayu ini?

Atau sudah lupa kah kita untuk bersyukur?

Atau sudah lupakah  kita untuk terus berjuang, tatkala kita sedang berada dalam kesenangan dan kemewahan ?

Yang sedihnya, ada segelintir dari kita mencari-cari jalan untuk melaga-lagakan sesama kita (Muslim) ?

Enjoy the song below.

Sunday, July 21, 2013

Wahai Wanita bergembira lah bersama suami

wahai WANITA... bergembiralah.

Jom dengar Ustaz Kasim Elias.....

Selamat Berpuasa kepada semua saudara Islam yang dirahmati Allah.

Kepada wanita, kahwin lah.
Kepada si isteri, taat lah.
Kepada si suami, setia lah.
Kepada si anak, taat lah.

Semoga Allah mengampuni dosa-dosa kita di bulan yang mulia ini, dan menyatu-padukan kita dan saling menghormati di antara satu sama lain .

University of Oklahoma

Teachers help students in their formative years to love learning -or to hate learning

Salam Ramadan to my dear friends.

Let's talk about teachers and teaching.

I came across a video in  syedoutsidethebox blog.

Would you send your child to a cruel sadistic teacher like this? (see u-tube here)

But then how do you know, unless your child complains ?

Imagine the psychological association of 'learning', knowledge and physical PAIN.

I thought going to school was a JOY. 

Well, in my days, school was great and exciting; learning was   fun, the teachers were so dedicated and selfless, and my classmates (in BBGS) and I became top scorers. We always looked forward to going to school!. Alhamdulillah

Our parents, being 'makan-gaji' government servants or petty traders in KL, could not afford "private school education" for us, but we learned a lot from a public school. We did not need private schools to educate us. Back then, our teachers in a public school were simply THE BEST.

My best friend in primary school was chinese.
My best friend in secondary school was chinese too.

Making fun or mocking one another (racially)- as observed in recent months in social media- was unheard of in our school. My chinese  friends were not the product of "SRJK (Cina)" culture. 
That probably explains our harmonious relationships until today.

Saturday, July 6, 2013

Subang Rally :Subang for Jesus -Hallelujah

Folks, evangelism is alive and well.
Read on.

From HelenAng blog.

Hannah Yeoh’s tweet said that she – Speaker of the Dewan and the “6th most powerful woman in Malaysia” – attended a Christian Fellowship rally for schools in Subang Jaya on June 29.
Selangor has an evangelista sitting as the state powerful Speaker. Selangor has a state newspaper that appears to believe Jerusubang is the Selangor capital.
The Subang Rally is not something new. It is held annually.
Last year’s event was held at the same venue as mentioned in Hannah Yeoh’s tweet above, i.e. “Taylor’s Lakeside Campus”.
The Subang Rally is notorious. Their dedicated blog had previously made the call to Christians to Rise up it’s time to take Subang for Jesus”.
Now look at this blog entry below from the 2011 edition of the Subang Rally.
The Subang Rally organisers declared that “Around 20 people accepted Christ in the first session”.
In plainer words, it means that during the Rally’s first session alone, the evangelist missionaries in Subang Jaya succeeded in converting 20 students to Christianity.