30 August 2009

Ramadhan yang Berkat

Alhamdulillah, bertemu lagi teman dengan bulan ini. Bulan Ramadhan yakni bulan selepas bulan Syaaban.. hehehe
Kalau ikut kalendar ianya jatuh pada bulan Ogos 2009..
Di bulan ini semua umat Islam di seluruh dunia akan dan wajib menjalani ibadah puasa, dan pada malam harinya ramailah yang akan ke Masjid tak pun surau-surau bagi mendirikan solat sunat Tarawih berjamaah. Bulan puasa ialah bulan yang melatih umatnya menjadi sabar dan berdisiplin. Dibulan ini juga amalan baik akan dibalas dengan berlipat kali ganda ganjarannya oleh Allah S.W.T.
Aiih rase teman ramai yang tahu hal ni ye tak....
Teman berpendapat dan merasai sendiri hal ni masa bulan puasa...

1) Teman tak rase selapar dan sedahaga berbanding bulan2 yang lain...?????
2) Duit poket teman "save" le jugak kalau nak dikire berbanding belanjawan teman bulan lepas...
3) Berat badan pun da kembali mantain "macho".. ehekeke
4) Pengambilan rokok pun susut juga ekoran berpuasa ni...
5) Dapat makan moreh kat Masjid yakni bulan2 lain tak ade pun..

dan banyak lagi pekara yang terselindung yang teman tak sedar..
Apa-apa pun bulan Ramadhan adalah bulan yang berkat, bulan yang bawa banyak kebaikan..
Tak pernah teman dengar orang mati kerana berpuasa.. hah usah "ngembong"..

Harapan teman agar segala amal ibadah kita diterima olehNYA. Selamat Berpuasa dan Selamat Beribadah dari teman buat semua..
"Sembahyanglah kamu dibelakang Imam sebelum kamu disembahyangkan dihadapan Imam"

Ngembong :- Tipu/bohong/liar

13 comments:

~0~ said...

btol tue...puasa banyak hikmahnya

selamat berpuasa

sharamli said...

mmg xpenah dgr 0rg mati sbb puasa..
tp ari tu..ada dgr..pakcik bas tu s0h dak cina ni try p0se..dy ckp xb0leh..nnt mati..xleh minum air sejam p0n dah nak pengsan..

en_me said...

salam ramadhann bro civic power ittewww..

.fatin nabila. said...

perkataan baru, ngembong. hehe
belajar la dr bulan puasa utk kurangkan rokok ea. :))

Pok Li said...

cuma ramai yang kena gastrik dibulan puasa

CIVIC Power said...

To ~0~

Marilah kite berpuasa seluruhnya!

CIVIC Power said...

To Sharamli..

Tu dak cina tu yang mengada2..
Ehh mike jangan la ikut cam
budak cine tu yee

CIVIC Power said...

To En_Me

Selamat berpose juge untuk mike

CIVIC Power said...

To Fatin Nabila..

Errrrrrrrrrrrrrrr.....
ehh tetibe plak rasa cam nak pengsan

CIVIC Power said...

To Pok Li

Sakit mmg tak bole diduga..
tapi gastrik bulan pose tu
pun sebenarnya sudah diduga..
ekehee

ruyom said...

Many malays don't like to admit it, but once upon a time, they were not Muslims like everyone else!

Malays were part of the migration of Polynesian peoples whose original home was Yunnan in China to South East Asia in what is known as Philippines, Indonesia, Malaysia……….

At that time the Orang Asli were already well settled in the malay Peninsula, so that makes them the most legitimate of the bumis.

Malays were animists then for hundreds of years until Indians crossed Bay of Bengal to South East Asia and spread Indian and Hindu culture to the peoples there.

Hence we had the great Hindu kingdoms which later also became Buddhist kingdoms of Langkasuka, Srivijaya, Majapahit - but main thing to note is that racially the peoples were malays and speak old malay language.

Islam only came to South East Asia from 1400 after foundation of Malacca by Parameswara. Again from India crossed Bay of Bengal and spread Islam to South East Asia. Malacca sultans were among the first converts and the rest is history.

Please note that the malays have been Muslims for only 600 years and have been Hindus/Buddhists very much longer - at least 2000 years. Malay culture is very much influenced by Hindu culture including Sanskrit words like the wayang kulit, raja, maharaja, etc.

Unlike Javanese, who are proud of their Hindu/Buddhist past reflected in great empires like Srivijaya and Majapahit, malays are generally ashamed to dwell on their pre Islamic Hindu/Buddhist past.

On the contrary some malays try to be like the Arab wannabes, trying to cleanse the malays of their Hindu/Buddhist past - in this even the songs and films of P Ramlee become victimized!

If Islam had not come to South East Asia, malays would still be Hindus/Buddhists like the Balinese which is not a bad idea, as Balinese are considered very peaceful people.

vesewe said...

Many malays don't like to admit it, but once upon a time, they were not Muslims like everyone else!

Malays were part of the migration of Polynesian peoples whose original home was Yunnan in China to South East Asia in what is known as Philippines, Indonesia, Malaysia……….

At that time the Orang Asli were already well settled in the malay Peninsula, so that makes them the most legitimate of the bumis.

Malays were animists then for hundreds of years until Indians crossed Bay of Bengal to South East Asia and spread Indian and Hindu culture to the peoples there.

Hence we had the great Hindu kingdoms which later also became Buddhist kingdoms of Langkasuka, Srivijaya, Majapahit - but main thing to note is that racially the peoples were malays and speak old malay language.

Islam only came to South East Asia from 1400 after foundation of Malacca by Parameswara. Again from India crossed Bay of Bengal and spread Islam to South East Asia. Malacca sultans were among the first converts and the rest is history.

Please note that the malays have been Muslims for only 600 years and have been Hindus/Buddhists very much longer - at least 2000 years. Malay culture is very much influenced by Hindu culture including Sanskrit words like the wayang kulit, raja, maharaja, etc.

Unlike Javanese, who are proud of their Hindu/Buddhist past reflected in great empires like Srivijaya and Majapahit, malays are generally ashamed to dwell on their pre Islamic Hindu/Buddhist past.

On the contrary some malays try to be like the Arab wannabes, trying to cleanse the malays of their Hindu/Buddhist past - in this even the songs and films of P Ramlee become victimized!

If Islam had not come to South East Asia, malays would still be Hindus/Buddhists like the Balinese which is not a bad idea, as Balinese are considered very peaceful people.

vesewe said...

Many malays don't like to admit it, but once upon a time, they were not Muslims like everyone else!

Malays were part of the migration of Polynesian peoples whose original home was Yunnan in China to South East Asia in what is known as Philippines, Indonesia, Malaysia……….

At that time the Orang Asli were already well settled in the malay Peninsula, so that makes them the most legitimate of the bumis.

Malays were animists then for hundreds of years until Indians crossed Bay of Bengal to South East Asia and spread Indian and Hindu culture to the peoples there.

Hence we had the great Hindu kingdoms which later also became Buddhist kingdoms of Langkasuka, Srivijaya, Majapahit - but main thing to note is that racially the peoples were malays and speak old malay language.

Islam only came to South East Asia from 1400 after foundation of Malacca by Parameswara. Again from India crossed Bay of Bengal and spread Islam to South East Asia. Malacca sultans were among the first converts and the rest is history.

Please note that the malays have been Muslims for only 600 years and have been Hindus/Buddhists very much longer - at least 2000 years. Malay culture is very much influenced by Hindu culture including Sanskrit words like the wayang kulit, raja, maharaja, etc.

Unlike Javanese, who are proud of their Hindu/Buddhist past reflected in great empires like Srivijaya and Majapahit, malays are generally ashamed to dwell on their pre Islamic Hindu/Buddhist past.

On the contrary some malays try to be like the Arab wannabes, trying to cleanse the malays of their Hindu/Buddhist past - in this even the songs and films of P Ramlee become victimized!

If Islam had not come to South East Asia, malays would still be Hindus/Buddhists like the Balinese which is not a bad idea, as Balinese are considered very peaceful people.



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