Gracious welcome to all brothers and sisters.. May you all recieves blessings here ^^ AMEEN...

Monday, November 30, 2009

Eidul Adha - A different celebration PART I

Eidul Adha Mubarak to all. Although its very late

On the 27th November 2009, my family and I together with a few other families went to Kuala Boh Cameron Highland to celebrate the yearly celebrations 'Eidul Adha' with the muslims native people over there. It was an experience one that cannot be bought or ask for easily.

We left our house at about 10 am and meet the others at Jalan Abu Bakar Baginda 10 minutes afterwards. It was quite a long journey as we have to travel for over 5 hours. Theres about 7 cars and vans in this trip all going towards the same destination.

We arrive at Perak nearly 2.00 pm just after the Juma'ah prayer and stop to fill our tummy and answers Allah's call for Zuhur prayer. We continue our journey around 3.00 pm and arrive at the spot nearing to 5 o'clock in the evening. The journey was a long and beautiful scenery. It reminds me the time when I was back in England 2 years ago, when we were travelling along the country during the summer holidays. History just repeat itself without us realising.

Tuesday, November 24, 2009


In The Name of Allah I Breath Today

I sometimes wonder how it felt to not be able to see, hear, smell, touch or taste. Thinking of that just make it seems so horrible. Imagine not being able to see whats around you. Everything is pitch black. Just wonder a while how it feel to hear nothing - the birds, the squeals of laughter and non stopping talk. Everything just seems uncompleted.

Glory be to Allah, the All Mighty. Because of His Grace, I am able to live on having all the 5 senses to explore the world and beyond. Without Him I couldn't even see what I'm typing, hear the song played, smell the aroma of my mother's cooking. touch and feel the smoothness of the keyboard and taste the air of damp and hotness.

'See you not (O men) that Allah has subjected for you whatsoever is in the heavens and whatsoever is in the earth and has completed and perfected His Graces upon you, (both) apparent [i.e Islamic Monotheism and the lawful pleasures of this world, including health, good looks] and hidden [i.e one's faith in Allah, knowledge, wisdom, guidance for doing righteous deeds, and also the pleasures and delights of the Hereafter in Paradise]?...' *Luqman:20*

In His revelations in the 31st surah verse 20, Allah has completed and perfected His Graces upon you in what we see and what we couldn't. Our perfect body parts are all given by Him, our sharp minds and thought are all presented by Him. All Glory be to Allah The Creator and All Mighty.

He has given us what we couldn't have bought or ask for to any other. Who can buy another pair of eyes to replace ours in case of an accident? Who can give us a finger, an exact one with the same colour and function? No-One.

To Allah who have given us all irreplaceable gifts, none of which we could say how greatful we are in having, Thank You. Alhamdulillah for the blessings you have given us.

'Guide us to the Straight Way. The way of those on whom You have bestowed Your Grace not (the way) of those who earned Your Anger, nor of those who went astray' *Al Fatihah:6-7*

~Sanctity of the Heart is the Purity of the Soul~
Ukhti Jannah

Monday, November 23, 2009

A welcoming voice


In the name of Allah I seek forgiveness and I seek pleasures

Darkness filled my way,
Twice I blinked,
Twice I turned,
I beg somebody,
Get me out of here.

I walked alone,
Searching for the light,
Two steps forward,
With all my might,
I found You.

Oh Allah,
I'm scared to move on,
I'm scared to live on,
But I know you are here,
So no need to fear,
You'll be at my side,
Accompanying me day and night.

My friend,
Its a welcoming voice,
Seeking for the truth,
Searching for the light,
A hand will reach you,
But you'll need to fight.

The evil and deceit wont rest,
Untill they concured your heart,
We are here for you,
Thunderstorms won't break us apart.

I'm writing for those..

an answer.

May Allah guide us all.