Sunday, March 29, 2009

so lame.

international cultural day thun ini agak membosankan. :) unless if u haven't watched such exhibitions, those national anthems from diff countries, those multimedia presentations n bla3.(bla3 adalah ayat org tgh borim) Malaysian students(mostly the committees) started to come over n prepare the booth since 10am , where there were no student from other nationalities except Malaysian, making us feel like this was really a Malaysian Day. only when the clock almost showed 12pm, ppl started to come, Syrian students showed up, together with some Egyptian n Saudi Arabian students. there's nothing more to tell as for me, it's not that interesting (that silat demonstration was awesome btw), except for all that cool pictures taken by taqi using his new toys, that brought me into a total jealousy. doomed.

yusof akram n friends demonstrated their dancing,
aint sure whether this is a national dance or what.
yusof akram, he's my round-mate


tempting enough especially when u r far away from home


puding jagung, Bakar y buat eh? bravo2

actually the event was boycotted by Egyptian students in our prog, as they claimed that the idea of coming up with cultural day was initially theirs, n out of nowhere it was adopted by the university. thus explaining kenapa hanya beberapa kerat egyptian students came for that day. but then i didnt get it why they cudnt tolerate with this. apo2 la jang~

previous Cultural Day was organised in a smaller scope- involving only students from our prog. initiated by those Egyptian students but still it's something interesting bcause everybody involved n gave their full cooperation, instead of what happened for current ICD.

our previous Cultural Day was here.

and sy masih blur bile mau balik.

summer break, or raye.summer break, or raye.
summer break, or raye.summer break, or raye.
summer break, or raye.summer break, or raye.
summer break, or raye.summer break, or raye.

Wednesday, March 25, 2009

Habit 1: Be Proactive

i took some excerpts from the 7 Habits of Highly Effective People by Stephen R.Covey that i found might benefit others someway. may do some good to u

Habit 1: Be Proactive

It means that as human beings, we are responsible for our own lives. Our behavior is a function of our decisions, not our conditions. We can subordinate feelings to values. We have the initiative and the responsibility to make things happen.

Look at the word responsibility -- "response-ability" -- the ability to choose your response. Highly proactive people recognize that responsibility. They do not blame circumstances, conditions, or conditioning for their behavior. Their behavior is a product of their own conscious choice, based on values, rather than a product of their conditions, based on feeling. Because we are, by nature, proactive, if our lives are a function of conditioning and conditions, it is because we have, by conscious decision or by default, chosen to empower those things to control us In making such a choice, we become reactive. Reactive people are often affected by their physical environment. If the weather is good, they feel good. If it isn't, it affects their attitude and their performance. Proactive people can carry their own weather with them. Whether it rains or shines
makes no difference to them. They are value driven; and if their value is to produce good quality work, it isn't a function of whether the weather is conducive to it or not.

Reactive people are also affected by their social environment, by the "social weather." When people treat them well, they feel well; when people don't, they become defensive or protective. Reactive people build their emotional lives around the behavior of others, empowering the weaknesses of other people to control them. The ability to subordinate an impulse to a value is the essence of the proactive person. Reactive people are driven by feelings, by circumstances, by conditions, by their environment. Proactive people are driven by values -- carefully thought about, selected and internalized values.

Proactive people are still influenced by external stimuli, whether physical, social, or psychological. But their response to the stimuli, conscious or unconscious, is a value-based choice or response.

As Eleanor Roosevelt observed, "No one can hurt you without your consent." In the words of Gandhi, "They cannot take away our self respect if we do not give it to them." It is our willing permission, our consent to what happens to us, that hurts us far more than what happens to us in the first place.

Once in Sacramento when I was speaking on the subject of Proactivity, a woman in the audience stood up in the middle of my presentation and started talking excitedly. It was a large audience, and as a number of people turned to look at her, she suddenly became aware of what she was doing, grew embarrassed and sat back down. But she seemed to find it difficult to restrain herself and started talking to the people around her. She seemed so happy.

I could hardly wait for a break to find out what had happened. When it finally came, I immediately went to her and asked if she would be willing to share her experience.
"You just can't imagine what's happened to me!" she exclaimed. "I'm a full-time nurse to the most miserable, ungrateful man you can possibly imagine. Nothing I do is good enough for him. He never expresses appreciation; he hardly even acknowledges me. He constantly harps at me and finds fault with everything I do. This man has made my life miserable and I often take my frustration out on my family. The other nurses feel the same way. We almost pray for his demise.

"And for you to have the gall to stand up there and suggest that nothing can hurt me, that no one can hurt me without my consent, and that I have chosen my own emotional life of being miserable --well, there was just no way I could buy into that.

"But I kept thinking about it. I really went inside myself and began to ask, 'Do I have the power to choose my response?" "When I finally realized that I do have that power, when I swallowed that bitter pill and realized that I had chosen to be miserable, I also realized that I could choose not to be miserable.

"At that moment I stood up. I felt as though I was being let out of San Quentin. I wanted to yell to the whole world, 'I am free! I am let out of prison! No longer am I going to be controlled by the treatment of some person.'

At one seminar where I was speaking on the concept of proactivity, a man came up and said, "Stephen, I like what you're saying. But every situation is so different. Look at my marriage. I'm really worried. My wife and I just don't have the same feelings for each other we used to have. I guess I just don't love her anymore and she doesn't love me. What can I do?" "The feeling isn't there anymore?" I asked.

"That's right," he reaffirmed. "And we have three children we're really concerned about. What do you suggest?"
"Love her," I replied.
"I told you, the feeling just isn't there anymore."
"Love her."
"You don't understand. The feeling of love just isn't there."
"Then love her. If the feeling isn't there, that's a good reason to love her."
"But how do you love when you don't love?"
"My friend, love is a verb. Love -- the feeling -- is a fruit of love the verb. So love her. Sacrifice.
Listen to her. Empathize. Appreciate. Affirm her. Are you willing to do that?"

Proactive people make love a verb. Love is something you do: the sacrifices you make, the giving of self, like a mother bringing a newborn into the world. If you want to study love, study those who sacrifice for others, even for people who offend or do not love in return. If you are a parent, look at the love you have for the children you sacrificed for. Love is a value that is actualized through loving actions. Proactive people subordinate feelings to values. Love, the feeling, can be recaptured.

Monday, March 23, 2009


About 9pm last night abe e sms-ed, “p.ngah dah meninggal, 2am td” which means about half an hour before the sms was sent. Pak ngoh was my father’s brother.The news wasn’t a much surprise to me, since he was a diabetic and yes, he got his leg cut since some time ago I couldn’t recall how many yrs it had been .I’m not that close with him neither-even he didn’t recognize me which is which, al-maklumlah sudah tua. going back to Msia last summer, I spent some days in KL before heading back to kelate, and paying him a visit together with my sister. He could still remember my sister, but barely not remember me. Lagipun I’m amongst warga2 muda in family. So those come latter are always not being recognized. That’s normal. Kami kan masih kecik. =p luckily makngoh had her children around her. They’re living close to each other. Except mardhiyah yang belum kawen lg staying with her. (jgn kawen lagi tau. Tunggu I balik dulu,xpun tunggu I kawen dulu =p)

Makngoh used to insist pakngoh on going back to kelate, staying there for good, but he refused to. I don’t know the reason why. Ade sket unsur2 psycho dimainkan, namun pakngoh sticked to his decision. “ saudara2 semua kt Kelantan, tanah pun kt sane, nak duduk sini sampai mati ke?” and that’s what happening then. Even though we have bunches of relatives in KL, but there’re bunches more in Kelantan. Now I can get the reasons behind why most parents especially Kelantan would rather have their children married to the spouse of the same negeri- one of them- they can easily be there for each other in any kinds of circumstances. Thus explain on how my in-laws so far are all from Kelantan. Me? Tgk je la nanti camne =p. Only God knows.

So it’s now left only ayh, her sister who lives just within walking distance from our house and his brother which is in Kuantan. Alhamdulillah none of them is diabetic. Even my father at the age of 64 complained of no elderly diseases. Everything is just within normal fitness, clear bill of health. It’s not surprising since he had been a little fussy on his food intake- he wont eat food cooked yesterday, so each time pun ma will cook something for him, or else he can sense it ‘ ni kari semalam eh?” “nil auk kelmarin ke?” mmg psychic! Satu lagi kemestian ayah mase kerja2 dulu, mmg habit die utk makan madu during breakfast, usually madu dengan roti. U can find prophet’s narration on this habit. A habit I just about to start off, yet I dun know how long I’m gonna istiqamah with this ( I know I wont be that long but it’s worth trying kan ) =p

Jutaan takziah to Makngoh, kak emi, abe cuin, abe syahir and mardiyah. Only some regards I can send from here, just couldnt join the crowd being there for u. Abe & family, kak & family, and abe e & family are there, enough to represent us showing much condolences, the least we can do.

Every beginning will meet an end.
Every living soul will die someday.
kullu nafsin za2iqotul-maut


Wednesday, March 18, 2009

budak makan kabel

ye, budak2 skang ni suke makan wayar telepon. mane tidaknya, termasuk kali ni, sudah kali ke-3 or ke4 kabel telefon rumah saya (Malaysia) dicuri. kabel lesap, ganti baru, lesap lagi, ganti baru lagi.agaknya pasni TNB perlu come up with wireless connection for the homeland phone kot. skali budak2 tu makan wireless port lak T_T. Inilah agaknye advantages budak2 y hidup zaman post-Neolitik, mampu mencari makanan alternatif dari tipikal makanan y sudah biasa terhidang. dah bosan makan makanan ruji, g makan kabel telefon. ini adalah symptoms kepada defect dalam sebuah masyarakat. ye, sebuah symptom- budak2/ remaja/ org pre-tua/ org tua sudah x mengenali apa itu adat, adab, moral & sudah tidak tahu ape bagus ape y tidak bagus.

org tua apabila masyarakat sekeliling menegur bhw anak mereka ade melakukan perkara x baik, akan terus membela anak tanpa menyiasat terlebih dahulu. sudah kurang sense of belonging. inilah y dibebelkan oleh ayah sy, org tegur tp duk bela lagi anak tu.

teringat suatu ketika zaman saya sekolah rendah, suka sgt tgk keadaan kampung tu, aman damai indah permai harmoni sentosa tenang sentiasa dan bermacam2 rasa lagi, even polis sendiri mengakui tiada kejadian jenayah langsung d kampung tersebut, katenye lg, org2 kg tu semuanya baik2 (ehem!). namun some yrs passed & there's gradual change creeped in- beberapa tahun lepas itu, mula kedengaran budak2 mat motor, ade geng. sekali bala tentera mereka bergerak agaknye nak berlipat2 jalan raya jadinya dek kelajuan dan kepoweran bunyi motor mereka. orang2 tua kampung mula menggaru kepala melurut janggut merenung generasi muda. tak lame kemudian, ade bunyi berita ade pecah masuk rumah. sejak itu bermacam2 lagi kejadian tak elok berlaku. rumah kakak saya sudah beberapa kali dipecah masuk. berpindah ke rumah baru, masih ada cubaan utk memecah masuk. kanak2 sejak itu takut utk tidur malam, maka semua pun akan tidur berjemaah, instead of tidur dalam bilik masing.

itulah y dikatakan sebagai inside-out. bila kurang nilai dalam diri, apa y terpapar scara zahirnya adalah bukanlah sesuatu y bagus. apabila tinggi nilai dalaman diri, maka cemerlang la sahsiah diri.

kita xkan mampu utk melihat kesan pndidikan terhadap anak2 melainkan selepas beberapa selang masa y lama. dan bila masa itu menjelma, sekiranya apa y terzahir adalah tidak memberangsangkan, kita sudah terlambat, hanya mampu mengurut dada sambil menyesal tak sudah. terlajak perahu xdpt diundur dek dibawak arus deras. the other consequences u may think on your own.


let's do something with the 'inside' so we can come up with a good 'outside'. dan tiadalah y paling berkesan, melainkan kita mendekatkan diri kepadaNya- semuanya dgn ilmu. bukankah jika kita hendakkan both dunia dan akhirat adalah dengan ilmu?

aduhai budak2 y suka makan kabel telefon, silelah kembali 'makan nasik'...

- kempen "Cintailah Kampung Anda " -

Sunday, March 15, 2009

tag 3 (kot)

a tag by sapiq

Attention :

i. Once you've been tagged, you are supposed to write a note with 16 random things, facts, habits or goals about you
ii. At de end, choose 16 people to be tagged
iii. You have to tag the person who tagged you
iv. If i tagged you, its because i want to know more about you

1. nama saya nur afifah ahmad.

2.hari ni saya ponteng sekolah kerna demam selesema. moga Allah ampuni dosa2 saya. muga cepat sembuh coz i dun like this headache n bla2 (bukankah ujian itu adalah suatu compensation terhadap dosa2 kita?)

3. sekolah rendah di SRK Kamil 1, pasir puteh.

4. sekolah menengah di Maahad Muhammadi (P), the school where Nik Nur Madihah is from.angkatkening
ha! Papa Li masuk paper ini hari. read here

5.anak buah saye, Anas Hakimi had been hospitalized for about 2mths, and he said he wanna watch the tikus movie ( Ratatouille) that his cikpah brought home last yr sedih

6.and again to mention, sy ada 16 org anak buah! suke!cium

7.sometimes saya rase saya dah busan duk kt egypt ni, nk cepat2 abeh belajar n balik msia n...angkatkening

8.tahun ini saya nak balik tp xsure lg balik during summer break or for raye, since our summer c break will be just for a month n half, while at the other circumstances i havent celebrated my raye with family for 3 consecutive yrs already.. i miss the moment where all of us gathered together during that rayesedih

9. ade unknown chatter ajak saya debate pasal PAS-UMNO.. eh eh, sy bukan ahli politik, ade baaaaaaaanyak lagi keje sy perlu buat; meetings to attend, articles to be come up with, study to cover, hutang study to be paid, dan berjuta2 lemon lagi keje. sorry dude, i cant make it.

10. (ape lg nak cakap ek) saya baru beli rak buku 2-3mggu y lepas, harge die 125genih, pjg die lg sket nk sedepa. (kehkeh, ni mmg xde idea ape nk ckp ek)

11. sy tgh masuk clinical yrs starting in the 6th semester, where i find that i have a looooot to studysedih

12. sy ke wikalah that day, n u know what, sy juumpe peanut butter!! sengihnampakgigi there's only one left dan saye terus merembat dia.

13. adik saya baru mendapat keputusan STAM n alhamdulillah it's very good one, n insya-Allah he might be coming here as well sengihnampakgigi. ha! boleh la kalau nk buat umrah pasni hehe ( doakan agar dipermudahkan. =) )

14. laptop saya tgh bermasalah, sometimes it cant read the cd ( i was about to install the driver for the printer tp xberjaya.kt comp org lain dapat lak. maka itu hari saya jiwa kacau. xpasti ) n saya rase laptop ni tgh menyimpan beberapa virus y xdpt didelete. adus

15.saya suka beli buku, tp saya rase sy xpnah@jarang abes bace satu2 buku itu. but at least i read rght?encem

16. mase kecik dulu saya suke pinjam buku dr perpustakaan bergerak, mengikut jejak langkah abg2 n kakak2. lepas balik dr pustaka bergerak, sy akan duduk d ruang tamu dan membace almost all the bukus. bese total y sy pinjam maximumnye dalam 10-12( pasal gune kad abg2 kakak2 sy y dorg tinggalkan, since mereka tiada d rumah bsekolah di luar ) saya sgt menyokong projek pustaka bergerak ini, berjaya memupuk semangat membace di kalangan kanak2 macam saya (ye, sy masih kanak2 siul)

17. sy tgh sakit kepala. ( langgar rule tag, tlebih satu point setan )

end of tag.

ii. At de end, choose 16 people to be tagged
iii. You have to tag the person who tagged you

sy malas nk tag org.
tapi sy tag sapiq balik! keh2.


Saturday, March 14, 2009

DIY : reformat your comp

How To Reformat Your Computer -

it's better to do yourself kan instead of asking (and burdening) others with your stuff. senyumpeace

Friday, March 13, 2009

tahniah Maahad! ^_~

tahniah diucapkan kepada scorers2 spm 2008, especially kepada malaysia's best student Nik Nur Madihah Nik Mohd Kamal from Maahad Muhammadi (P), another breakthrough follows up after Siti Fatimah Mukhtar's highest achievement in the previous exam, which is also from the same school. senyumkenyit

membuktikan bahawa pelajar sekolah agama adalah cemerlang in both subjek agama dan subjek akademik. menduduki peperiksaan SMU di tgktn 4 sebenarnya bukanlah satu halangan utk menumpukan perhatian kepada subjek2 akademik semasa spm. kan? teruskan kecemerlangan maahad muhammadi buat adik2 y lain..congrates to maahad n im proud to be one of the alumni peace

and kepada seorang adik di perak, tahniah juge. jgn nangis2 lagi ,big girl dun cry senyum

PUTRAJAYA 12 Mac – Seramai 10,080 daripada 442,936 calon Sijil Pelajaran Malaysia (SPM) 2008 di seluruh negara berjaya memperoleh kelulusan 10 A atau lebih dalam mata pelajaran yang diambil.

Sebanyak 1,676 calon atau 0.43 peratus pula berjaya mendapat gred 1A dalam semua mata pelajaran yang diambil dengan seorang calon berjaya mencatat 16 1A, 15 1A (dua orang) dan 14 1A (enam orang).

Mereka yang memperoleh 9 A pula seramai 5,863 calon, manakala 5,909 lagi mendapat 8 A.

Ketua Pengarah Pelajaran, Datuk Alimuddin Mohd. Dom ketika mengumumkan keputusan peperiksaan itu hari ini berkata, daripada jumlah keseluruhan calon, seramai 347,443 atau 90.8 peratus calon mendapat sijil SPM.

NIK Nur Madihah yang memperoleh 19 1A dan 1 2A dari Sekolah Menengah Agama Arab Maahad Muhammadi (Perempuan), Kota Bharu, Kelantan bersama bapanya, Nik Mohd. Kamal Husin dan ibu, Mariani Omar.

bace sini atau sini

KOTA BHARU, 12 Mac (Hrkh) - Pelajar Maahad Muhammadi Perempuan, Nik Nor Madihah Nik Mohamad Kamal, 18 mendapat 20A (19A1, 1A2) dipercayai pelajar terbaik SPM 2008 peringkat kebangsaan.

Anak nelayan dari Kampunug Sabak, Pengkalan Chepa menerima slip keputusan tersebut daripada anggota Exco kerajaan negeri, Ustaz Mohd Amar Abdullah di sekolah tersebut hari ini.

Dengan keputusan itu Nik Nur Madihah juga meraih pelajar paling cemerlang di Kelantan dalam peperiksaan terbabit.

Tiga tahun lalu, pelajar sekolah yang sama Siti Fatimah Mukhtar muncul sebagai pelajar cemerlang negara apabila mendapat 18A (17A1 dan 1A2).

Wednesday, March 11, 2009

penat y berbaloi sekiranya..

yes, the new semester is so tiring.the first event will be at the faculty, then we'll be moving to either dept or to the GIT center depend on which group we're in but at the end of 4th week we'll all go to both dept and GIt center. for those suppose to be in GIT centre groups will be a lil luckier bcause afer the clinical training is the clinical seminar which is held at the centre, while those in dept groups will have to rush to the centre,n currently i'm in that group! T_T. after clinical seminar we hv some session at the faculty again, whter PBL or skill lab. can u imagine how tiring the life is?rs cam nak beli basikal aje, xpun beli moto cam apang tu.haha =p to make it worse, soon the schedule will be started at 8.30am instead of 9am.xpasti saye rase saye perlukan pil penambah tenaga, balik umah je rase cam lembik.( oye, aritu baru aje ternampak minuman tongkat ali power root tu kt wekala tir3ah )

bila penat2 gini, perlu kite renungkan kembali niat kite bergelumang dalam ape2 arena y kite ceburi. sekiranya apa y dilakukan bukan kerna-Nya, alangkah ruginya.. penat itu hanyalah sia2 tanpa sedikit pun pandangan dr Nya..kan?

kami bermain2 dalam OT.

"now we're gonna pull out the rectum.. bla2 "

okey.saye mau tido.

Sunday, March 8, 2009

post PSD video

memenatkan tp best despite all those unavoidable problems. thanks to Allah for making this event smoother for us. topi

Wednesday, March 4, 2009

PERUBATAN's Sports Day

PERUBATAN's Sports Day
March 6th, 2009
900 participants from 7 universities, 5 muhafazah
Istad Gama3ah, Uni of Mansoura
'Together we'll glorify this moment'