Thursday, December 31, 2009

Improve Your Relationship With Al-Quran

“O my Lord, indeed my people have taken this Qur’an as a thing (abandoned)”.
[Surah 25: 30]

Are you one of those people who rarely touch the Qur’an? Or do you read daily, but don’t find it is having the impact on you that it should? Whatever the case may be, these are some simple tips that can help you connect with the Qur’an.

1. Before you touch it, check your heart.
The key to really benefiting from the Qur’an is to check your heart first, before you even touch Allah’s Book. Ask yourself, honestly, why you are reading it. Is it to just get some information and to let it drift away from you later? Remember that the Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) was described by his wife as a “walking Qur’an”: in other words, he didn’t just read and recite the Qur’an, he lived it.

2. Do your Wudu' (ablution).
Doing your Wudu is good physical and mental preparation to remind you that you’re not reading just another book. You are about to interact with God, so being clean should be a priority when communicating with Him.

3. Read at least 5 minutes everyday.
Too often, we think we should read Qur’an for at least one whole hour. If you aren’t in the habit of reading regularly, this is too much. Start off with just five minutes daily. If you took care of step one, Insha Allah (God willing), you will notice that those five minutes will become 10, then half an hour, then an hour, and maybe even more!

4. Make sure you understand what you’ve read.
Five minutes of reading the Qur’an in Arabic is good, but you need to understand what you’re reading. Make sure you have a good translation of the Qur’an in the language you understand best. Always try to read the translation of what you’ve read that day.

5. Remember, the Qur’an is more interactive than a CD.
In an age of “interactive” CD-Roms and computer programs, a number of people think books are passive and boring. But the Qur’an is not like that. Remember that when you read the Qur’an, you are interacting with Allah. He is talking to you, so pay attention.

6. Don’t just read; listen too.
There are now many audio cassettes and CDs of the Qur’an, a number of them with translations as well. This is great to put on your walkman or your car’s CD or stereo as you drive to and from work. Use this in addition to your daily Qur’an reading, not as a replacement for it.

7. Make Dua (supplication).
Ask Allah to guide you when you read the Qur’an. Your aim is to sincerely, for the love of Allah, interact with Him by reading, understanding and applying His blessed words. Making Dua to Allah for help and guidance will be your best tool for doing this.


Tuesday, December 29, 2009


our education system is totally materialistic.students start to build in their mind to work harder,score good results.but why?because they want to have big houses,big salary and big car.spiritual value?
-Ary G-

Sunday, December 20, 2009

oh oh laaaaaaaa

i want to read so many books.but my priorities at this moment are
  • law of attraction
  • 9 nyawa by ramli awang murshid.
owh man!!i wish i have more money so that i can have online shopping for these the way,im thinking to go home this weekend after my exam.but i dont know,harapan macam senipis kulit bawang sahaja.ada lagi ke tiket?takpa,dont dream too much,nanti jatuh kecewa susah nak bangun.takpa kalau tak balik,akan ku kerahkan ex2 PNM untuk teman pergi cari buku.fokus untuk kakja dan ten ten.

Saturday, December 19, 2009

maal hijrah

how do u spend your maal hijrah?

never know either we can meet it or not next year.
owh dunia!

p/s:i don't like to see people having stress for coming exam.even i don't like if it happens to me(it does happen sometimes).Just stay focus and motivate,u haven't enter the battle field,then why u scare?U don't know who is your opponent.Just be prepared la!!!

Monday, December 14, 2009


full article:here
“Sungguh ajaib dalam urusan orang mukmin! Sesungguhnya setiap urusannya baginya ada kebaikan dan perkara ini tidak berlaku melainkan kepada orang mukmin. Sekiranya dia diberi dengan sesuatu yang menggembirakan lalu dia bersyukur maka kebaikan baginya ,dan sekiranya apabila dia ditimpa kesusahan lalu dia bersabar maka kebaikan baginya”

Riwayat Muslim.

Sunday, December 6, 2009

street kid

i want this book.can someone find this book for me in the library?so that i can save my money?

i just finished reading her second book called "No where to run".i cant believe my self.i managed to read the super thick english novel in one night.That would be my achievement for me.(usually sebulan pun susah).

when no body think there was no way to go,she managed to escape from all the disaster.and yes,her children were her strengthen.

yes,i heart u Judy.i don't think i am as strong as you,but i know,whatever obstacles we face,there must be an open door for us.Just find it.Don't give up.

p/s:complete the "ain naqilah novel" ,halfway of the impact code and 2 movies.not bad my inter-posting break.

Friday, December 4, 2009


you will get what u believe

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