Minggu, 23 Oktober 2011

Jumat, 21 Oktober 2011

We never ready to say Good Bye...

But ALLAH has reason of His own...

And plans we cannot know...

Just pray, pray, n only pray...

Saying goodbye isn’t the hard part, it’s what we leave behind that’s tough.
We only part to meet again.
Until this moment, I never understood how hard it was to lose something you never had.
You never leave someone behind, you take a part of them with you and leave a part of yourself behind.

Siang ini

Terkadang, mengharap itu benar-benar melelahkan...

Sampai dimana kita harus berjalan? hanya kita yang tahu...

Pada saat memulai, kita tak memikirkan sesuatu akan berakhir...

Permulaan kebaikan dipandang ringan, tetapi akhirnya dipandang berat. Hampir-hampir saja pada permulaannya dianggap sekadar menuruti khayalan, bukan pikiran; tetapi pada akhirnya dianggap sebagai buah pikiran, bukan khayalan. Oleh karena itu, dikatakan bahwa memelihara pekerjaan lebih berat dari pada memulainya [ Imam 'Ali RA]

Kamis, 20 Oktober 2011

Tidak baik untuk meratapi keadaan...
Tidak baik untuk menyesali keadaan...

Yang terbaik, hanya bangkit dan menatap masa depan...

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Minggu, 18 September 2011

Why people fall in love?

It is a mystery why we fall in love. It is a mystery how it
happens. It is a mystery when it comes. It is a mystery why
some love grows and it is a mystery why some love fails.

You can analyze this mystery and look for reasons and
causes, but you will never do anymore that take the life out
of the experience. Just as life itself is more than the sum of
the bones and muscles and electrical impulses in the body,
love is more than the sum of the interests and attractions
and commonalities that two people share. And just as life
itself is a gift that comes and goes in its own time, so too, the
coming of love must be taken as an unfathomable gift that
cannot be questioned in its ways.

Sometimes, hopefully at least once in your life - the gift of
love will come to you in full flower. Take hold of it and
celebrate it in all inexpressible beauty. This is the dream we
all share. More often, it will come and take hold of you,
celebrate you for a brief moment, then move on.

When this happen to young people, they too often try to
grasp the love and hold it to them, refusing to see that it is a
gift that just as freely, moves away. When they fall out of
love, or the person they love feels the spirit of love leaving,
they try desperately to reclaim the love that is lost rather
than accepting the gift for what it was, then moving on.

They want answers where there are no answers. They
want to know what is wrong in them that makes the other
person no longer love them, or try to get their love to change,
thinking that if some small things were different, love would
bloom again. They blame their circumstances and say that if
they go far away and start a new life, their love will grow.

They try anything to give meaning to what has happened. But
there is no meaning beyond the love itself, and until they
accept its own mysterious ways, they live in a sea of misery.

You need to know this about love, and accept it. You need to
treat what it brings you with kindness. If you find yourself in
love with someone who does not love you, be gentle with
yourself. There is nothing wrong with you. Love just didn't
choose to rest in the other person's heart.

If you find yourself someone in love with you but you don't
love him back, feel honored that love came and called at your
door, but gently refuse the gift you cannot return. Do not
take advantage; do not cause pain. How you deal with love
is how you deal with yourself. All our hearts feel the same
pains and joys, even if our lives and ways are different.

If you fall in love with another, and he falls in love with you,
and then love chooses to leave, do not try to reclaim it nor to
assess blame. Let it go. There is a reason and there is a
meaning. You will know in time.

Remember that you don't choose love. Love chooses you. All
you can really do is accept it for all its mystery when it
comes into your life. Feel the way it fills you to overflowing,
then reach out and give it away. Give it back to the person
who brought it alive in you. Give it to others who deem it
poor in spirit. Give it to the world around you in any way you can.

There is where many lovers go wrong. Having been so long
without love, they understand love only as a need. They see
their hearts as empty places that will be filled by love, and
they begin to look at love as something that flows to them
rather than from them.

The first blush of new love is filled to overflowing, but as
their love cools, they revert to seeing their love as a need.
They cease to be someone who generates love and instead
become someone who seeks love. They forget that the
secret of love is that it is a gift, and that it can be made to
grow only by giving it away.

Remember this and keep it to your heart. Love has its time, its
own season, its own reason for coming and going. You
cannot bribe it or coerce it, or reason it into staying. You can
only embrace it when it arrives and give it away when it
comes to you. But if it chooses to leave from your heart or
from the heart of your lover, there is nothing you can do and
there is nothing you should do. Love always has been and
always will be a mystery....

Senin, 05 September 2011

Is it Really That Hard to keep 6 days of Fasting of Shawaal ?

During Ramadhan , every year we all keep our fast for full one month. We stay away from food and water and sometimes we keep our fast even if we did not get up sehar.

Then why is it after Ramadhan , just thinking about having additional 6 days of fasting seems so hard ?

Why is it because we think that we would not be able to do it and we do not even try.
Yes , we all know , not many people keep these fasts , but why do we want to be among counted those people ?

Concept of keeping additonal 6 Days of Fasting

Do you know that Islamic Calendar contains 354/ 355 days ?
Allah swt knows that having fast for 1 day is very tough. So its because of bounty of Allah swt that He gives reward of 10 days of fasting by just having 1 day of fast.

So , 29 or 30 days of Ramadhan X 10 days of reward for each day fast = 290 or 300 days of equivalent reward.

That still leaves approx another 60 days to complete 1 year.
So , 60 divided by 10 = 6 days left of fasting.

Just by having additional 6 days of fasting we would get the reward as if we have fasted for 1 FULL YEAR,,,

Hold on,,,,

Thats not all…

Know the bounty of Allah SWT ,
He is Most Merciful , Most Forgiving , Most Kind ,
Much we can Ever Think and Imagine.

Allah swt , just does not gives us the reward for fasting 6 additional days equalivent of 1 year ,
but He multiplies not by 10 or 20 .
But He rewards us for as if we have fasted for Full Lifetime

"Whoever fasts Ramadaan then follows it with six days of Shawwaal, it will be as if he fasted for a lifetime"
(Muslim, no. 1984),

What are the virtues of fasting the 6 days of Shawwal ?

Abu Ayub al-Ansari (may Allah be pleased with him) reported Allaahs Messenger (may peace be upon him) as saying: “He who observed the fast of Ramadan and then followed it with six (fasts) of Shawwal, it would be as if he fasted perpetually.”
(perpetually means: lifetime)
(Sahih Muslim, Book 006, Number 2614)

Thawbaan (may Allaah be pleased with him), the freed slave of Allaahs Messenger (peace be upon him), related that the Messenger of Allaah (pbuh) said, “Whoever fasts six days after the Festival of Breaking the Fast completes the reward of a year, for whoever brings a good deed gets [the reward of] ten similar.”
Sunan Ibn Maajah, Vol. 3, p. 38, Number 1715;

Tips on how to keep 6 days of Fasting of Shawaal

Shawaal has just started , only a week has gone by.
You still have the time to do it.
Do not leave it for next year for who knows this might have been your last ramadhan.

Do not let shaitaan waswas trouble you for it is the shaitaan does not want you to get the reward of fasting equivalent of lifetime.

1: Just wake up for sehar tomorrow and keep 1 day of fast.
After completing 1 day of fast, it would seem easy and it is but natural we would automatically be keeping remaining 5 days of fasting.

For the Ladies ...

For the Ladies who have missed their fasts due to their monthly period , they have 2 options to do this ...

For example a lady misses 6 days of fasting during the month of Ramadhan

option A : She can 1st start by keeping those missed days of Ramadhan fasts and then continue to keep another 6 days to complete the 1 year formula. But all those fasting has to be done during this month of Shawaal.

option B : She can delay those missed fasts of Ramadhan and start the 6 days of fasting of Shawaal. However she will have to complete those missed days fasts of Ramadhan before the next Ramadhan.

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- 1.6 (Donut)

- 2.0/2.1 ( Eclair)

- 2.2 (Froyo) which means Frozen Yogurt

- 2.3 (Gingerbread)

Rabu, 24 Agustus 2011

The Ten Commandments of computer ethics

Have been defined by the Computer Ethics Institute.

Here is our interpretation of them:

1) Thou shalt not use a computer to harm other people: If it is unethical to harm people by making a bomb, for example, it is equally bad to write a program that handles the timing of the bomb. Or, to put it more simply, if it is bad to steal and destroy other people’s books and notebooks, it is equally bad to access and destroy their files.

2) Thou shalt not interfere with other people's computer work: Computer viruses are small programs that disrupt other people’s computer work by destroying their files, taking huge amounts of computer time or memory, or by simply displaying annoying messages. Generating and consciously spreading computer viruses is unethical.

3) Thou shalt not snoop around in other people's files: Reading other people’s e-mail messages is as bad as opening and reading their letters: This is invading their privacy. Obtaining other people’s non-public files should be judged the same way as breaking into their rooms and stealing their documents. Text documents on the Internet may be protected by encryption.

4) Thou shalt not use a computer to steal: Using a computer to break into the accounts of a company or a bank and transferring money should be judged the same way as robbery. It is illegal and there are strict laws against it.

5) Thou shalt not use a computer to bear false witness: The Internet can spread untruth as fast as it can spread truth. Putting out false "information" to the world is bad. For instance, spreading false rumors about a person or false propaganda about historical events is wrong.

6) Thou shalt not use or copy software for which you have not paid: Software is an intellectual product. In that way, it is like a book: Obtaining illegal copies of copyrighted software is as bad as photocopying a copyrighted book. There are laws against both. Information about the copyright owner can be embedded by a process called watermarking into pictures in the digital format.

7) Thou shalt not use other people's computer resources without authorization: Multiuser systems use user id’s and passwords to enforce their memory and time allocations, and to safeguard information. You should not try to bypass this authorization system. Hacking a system to break and bypass the authorization is unethical.

8) Thou shalt not appropriate other people's intellectual output: For example, the programs you write for the projects assigned in this course are your own intellectual output. Copying somebody else’s program without proper authorization is software piracy and is unethical. Intellectual property is a form of ownership, and may be protected by copyright laws.

9) Thou shalt think about the social consequences of the program you write: You have to think about computer issues in a more general social framework: Can the program you write be used in a way that is harmful to society? For example, if you are working for an animation house, and are producing animated films for children, you are responsible for their contents. Do the animations include scenes that can be harmful to children? In the United States, the Communications Decency Act was an attempt by lawmakers to ban certain types of content from Internet websites to protect young children from harmful material. That law was struck down because it violated the free speech principles in that country's constitution. The discussion, of course, is going on.

10) Thou shalt use a computer in ways that show consideration and respect: Just like public buses or banks, people using computer communications systems may find themselves in situations where there is some form of queuing and you have to wait for your turn and generally be nice to other people in the environment. The fact that you cannot see the people you are interacting with does not mean that you can be rude to them.

Source: http://computerethicsinstitute.org/

Laylatul Qadr

In the name of Allah, the Most-Merciful, the All-Compassionate
- - - THE ORIGIN - - -

Regarding this night, in a Hadith reported by Anas (Radiallaho Anho) Rasulullah (Sallallaho Alaihi Wasallam) is reported to have said Laylatul Qadr was granted to my Ummah and not to any other Ummah before this .

Regarding the reason for the granting of Laylatul Qadr, various reasons are mentioned. One reason, according to some Ahadith is given thus: Rasulullah (Sallallaho Alaihi Wasallam) used to look at the longer lives of the earlier people and was saddened when pondering over the much shorter lives of his own Ummah. If His Ummah had wished to compete with the people before them in the doing of righteous deeds, because of their shorter lives it would be impossible for them to either emulate or surpass them. To compensate for this difference in their life span, Allah in His infinite mercy granted them with this night of great blessing.

This means that if any fortunate one of this Ummah spends 1 such night in the worship of his maker, he would have gained the reward for Ibaadah of 1000 nights (approx 83 years and 4 months).

Still another report states that our Nabi (Sallallaho Alaihi Wasallam) once mentioned the names of the four most pious people from among the Bani Israel who each spent eighty years in Allahs sincere service, worshipping Him, and not sinning in the least. They were Nabi Ayyub (Alaihi Salaam),Zakariyya (Alaihi Salaam), Hizqeel (Alaihi Salaam) and Yushaa (Alaihi Salaam). The Sahabahs heard this with astonishment. The Jibraeel (Alaihi Salaam) appeared and recited Surah Qadr, wherein the blessings of this night was revealed.

1. All Sins Forgiven on Worshipping during this Night

Abu Hurairah (Radhiallaho Anhu) reports (Rasulullah (Sallallaho Alaihi Wasallam) said, Whoever stands in prayer and Ibaadah on the night of Power with sincere faith and with sincere hope of gaining reward, his previous sins are forgiven (Targheeb from Bukhari and Muslim)

In the above Hadith "standing" refers to Salaah as well as any other form of Ibaadah, as for example Zikr, Tilaawah etc. The phrase ...with sincere hope of gaining reward means that one should be sincerely occupied with Ibaadah solely for the pleasure of Allah and to receive reward from Him. This should not be done for others to see, or to deceive them.

It will be noted that the Hadith speaks about previous sins being forgiven. The Ulama have said that this forgiveness are mentioned in the Hadith above and other Ahadith, refers only to minor sins. Major sins can only be forgiven, according to the Quran after sincere repentance, with the vow and promise never to return to such sins again. This is the reason why the Ulama are unanimous that major sins are not forgiven except by sincere repentance. Hence, whenever, forgiveness of sins mentioned in the Ahadith the Ulama specify it to be minor sins.

2. To be deprived of Laylatul Qadr is to be deprived of all Good

Anas (Radiallaho Anho) reports : "Once when Ramadhan began, the Rasulullah (Sallallaho Alaihi Wassallam) said: "A month has verily come upon you, wherein lies a night better than a thousand months. Whoever misses such a night has indeed been deprived of all that is good and none is deprived of it, except he who is really unfortunate."

Note: Who can have any doubt as to the misfortune of the person who is either deprived or deprives himself of the great good of Laylatul Qadr ? There are those who, during their service and terms of employment, have to stay awake by night throughout the year. How easy should it be for the sake of gaining the reward of over eighty years of worship of Allah (Subhanahu wa Taala) to stay awake for one night in Allah (Subhanahu wa Taala) 's service?

Because of lack of interest there is no desire in the heart. If that were present then even a thousand nights in worship of Allah (Subhanahu wa Taala) would become exceedingly easy. It is this urge and desire that we must create. Our Nabi (Sallallaho Alaihi Wassallam) had been promised time and again that he had nothing to fear in the Akhirah and had been given good news as to his exalted position. Yet night after night he was seen in worship of Allah (Subhanahu wa Taala) so much so that his feet would became swollen.

3. Descent of the Angels

Anas (Radiallaho Anho) reports that Rasulullah (Sallallaho Alaihi Wassallam) said: "On Laylatul Qadr, the Angel Jibraeel (Alaihi Salaam) descends upon the earth with a group of Angels making Dua for blessings for every servant of Allah (Subhanahu wa Taala) whom they see in worship, standing or sitting and engrossed in Allah (Subhanahu wa Taala) 's praise. Then on the day of Eid , Allah (Subhanahu wa Taala) boasts about them to the Angels (who had been critical at the time of Adam ( Alaihi Salaam) 's creation), 'O My Angels, what is the reward of that worker who had done his job very well?' The reply: 'O our Sustainer, his reward should be given to him in full.' To this Allah (Subhanahu wa Taala) replies, O' My Angels, verily My servants, the males among them as well as females, have today duly performed their obligatory duty, thereafter they set forth to place for Eid Salaah raising their voices in Dua to Me. I swear by My Honor, by My Grandeur, by My Grace and by My Exalted Position, that I shall surely answer the Dua 's of these people. 'Thereafter, Allah (Subhanahu wa Taala) addresses the people: 'Go forth, I have forgiven your sins and have replaced your evil deeds with righteous ones.' These people then return from the place for Eid Salaah in such a condition that their sins stand forgiven."

It is reported that Jibraeel (Alaihi Salaam, after his descent, commands the Angels to go to the house of everyone busy with worship of Allah (Subhanahu wa Taala) and greet him by shaking his hands. There upon the Angels spread forth, visiting every House, whether large or small, whether in the Jungle or on a ship, wherein a believer lives to shake his hands.

However, certain houses are not entered: The house wherein a dog of a pig is found, the house wherein there is someone who has committed adultery and is still unclean because he has not even taken a bath after it and the house wherein pictures (images) of men and animals are displayed.

How unfortunate that Muslims houses should be deprived of the blessed entry of Angels simply because there are pictures of men and animals being displayed, solely for the sake of decoration.

A single picture may have been hung by some member of the Household, as a result of which the complete household is deprived of these blessings.

4. When to look for Laylatul Qadr?

Aisha (Radiallaho Anha) reports that Rasulullah (Sallallaho Alaihi Wassallam) said "Seek Laylatul Qadr among the odd numbered nights of the last ten days of the month of Ramadhan".

Note: According to the great majority of the religious scholars, the last ten nights commence on the 21st night. Such is the case whether the month of Ramadhan consists of 29 days or 30. S0, one should seek Laylatul Qadr on the 21st, 23rd, 25th, 27th and 29th night.

5. Precise Knowledge of Laylatul Qadr was taken away

'Ubaadah Ibn Saamit (Radiallaho Anho) said "Once the Nabi (Sallallaho Alaihi Wassallam) came out to inform us of the (correct date of) Laylatul Qadr. Unfortunately, a quarrel took place between two Muslims, whereupon He (Sallallaho Alaihi Wassallam) said 'I came out to inform you as to when Laylatul Qadr occurs, but because two people quarreled with each other, the knowledge of the correct date was taken away. Perhaps that is better for you. So, seek it among the ninth, seventh and fifth nights.'"

Note: Three important points are referred to in this Hadith. Firstly it tells us of a quarrel, as a result of which the knowledge of the precise night of Laylatul Qadr was lost to us. Arguments and quarrels are always the cause of loss of blessings.

Once Rasulullah (Sallallaho Alaihi Wassallam) inquired of the Sahabah: "Shall I inform you of an action that is better than Salaah, fasting and charity?" The Sahabah replied: "Certainly." Rasulullah (Sallallaho Alaihi Wassallam) then said" "Maintain peaceful and good relations amongst yourselves, for verily quarrels among yourselves destroy (shave off) faith," i.e. just as a razor shaves off the hair, so does quarrelling affect the Deen.

Rasulullah (Sallallaho Alaihi Wassallam) said that he who severs relations with a brother Muslim for more than three days and dies in this state, will go straight to Jahannam. In another Hadith, it is stated that on every Monday and Thursday, the actions of human beings are brought before Allah (Subhanahu wa Taala). Then through His mercy (as a result of certain good deeds), forgiveness is granted, except to the idolaters and those who set up equals to Allah (Subhanahu wa Taala), However, regarding those two people between whom a quarrel has taken place, friendship having been cut off, it shall be said, "Leave their affair in suspense until such time as they become reconciled."

Another Hadith states that, when actions are produced before Allah (Subhanahu wa Taala) every Monday and Thursday, repentance is accepted from those who repent and forgiveness is granted to those who seek pardon. As for those who had arguments (with each other) they are left as they were.

6. Signs of Laylatul Qadr
' Ubadah Ibn Saamit (Radiallaho Anho) reports that he asked Rasulullah (Sallallaho Alaihi Wassallam) about Laylatul Qadr, He (Sallallaho Alaihi Wassallam) replied "It is in Ramadhan, during the last ten days on the unevenly numbered nights, either 21st, 23rd, 25th, 27th or the last night of Ramadhan. Whosoever stands in worship of Allah (Subhanahu wa Taala) on this night with sincere faith and with genuine hopes of gaining reward, his previous sins will be forgiven. Among the signs of this night is that it is a serene, quiet, shining night, neither hot, nor cold but temperate as if a moon is shining clear and no meteors are shot at the Shayateen on that night. It lasts until the break of the dawn. Another sign is that at morn, the sun rises without any radiant beams of light, appearing rather like the moon in its fullness. On that day, Allah (Subhanahu wa Taala) prohibits the Shayateen from rising up with the sun."

7. What One should make Dua for in Laylatul Qadr

Aisha (Radiallaho Anho) reports "I said 'O Rasul of Allah (Sallallaho Alaihi Wassallam) , should I find myself the Laylatul Qadr, what shall I ask of Allah (Subhanahu wa Taala) ? Rasulullah (Sallallaho Alaihi Wassallam) replied, 'Say, "O Allah, You are the One who grants pardon for sins, You loves to pardon, so pardon me.""

source: http://www.marrymecity.com/lailatulqadr.htm

Kamis, 18 Agustus 2011

Be Proud of Our Effort

bangga, kepada diri kita atas apa yang kita lakukan...
bangga, atas apa yang kita dapatkan, dengan jerih payah kita sendiri...
bangga, dengan apa yang kita hasilkan, walaupun sedikit...

I love to be Me...
I Proud to be My Self...

Rabu, 17 Agustus 2011

19 Points about last 10 nights of Ramadan

In the Name of Allah, the Most
Gracious, the Most Merciful...

**1- Name of this night is: AL-Qadr (the decree).
After all what we knew about this night,Can we miss this night? Can we be lazy during the last 10 nights?
**2- when this night? At month called Ramadan..at the last 10 nights(it is one among them)
**3- which night among the last 10 nights of this month?..it is hidden (no one know when exactly…and each year it comes different …but prophet of God told us it comes at(the 21st night..or 23 or 25 or 26 or 29th night)..and scholars said it is not stable night(i.e: may be this year it is at the 21st night but the next year it comes a the 27th night etc)

 **4- the creator(Allah)(God) informs that He sent the holy Qur'an(the book of Islam religion) down during the Night of Al-Qadr, and it is a blessed night about which
The creator(Allah)(God) says:(We sent the Holy Qur'an down on a blessed night.) (44:3)
 This is the Night of Al-Qadr and it occurs during the month of Ramadan.

**5- The creator(Allah) says(The month of Ramadan in which was revealed the  Qur'an.) (2:185)
**6- Companions have said : "the creator(Allah)(God) sent the holy Qur'an down all at one time from the Preserved Tablet (Al-Lawh Al-Mahfuz) to the House of Might (Baytul-`Izzah), which is in the heaven of this world. Then it came down in parts to the Messenger of Allah based upon the incidents that occurred over a period of twenty-three years.''

**7- Imam Ahmad (one of the biggest scholars) recorded that Abu Hurayrah (one of prophet companions) said:"When Ramadan would come, the Messenger of Allah would say:
(Verily, the month of Ramadan has come to you all. It is a blessed month, which Allah has obligated you all to fast. During it the gates of Paradise are opened, the gates of Hell are closed and the devils are shackled. In it there is a night that is better than one thousand months. Whoever is deprived of its good, then he has truly been deprived.)''

**8-the Messenger of Allah said:
 (Whoever stands (in prayer) during the Night of Al-Qadr with faith and expecting reward (from Allah), he will be forgiven for his previous sins.)

**9- the angels descend in abundance during the Night of Al-Qadr due to its abundant blessings. The angels descend with the descending of blessings and mercy, just as they descend when the Qur'an is recited, they surround the circles of Dhikr (remembrance of Allah) and they lower their wings with true respect for the student of knowledge.

**10- "this night is security in which Devil cannot do any evil or any harm.

**11- The matters are
 determined during this night, and the times of death and provisions are measured out (i.e., decided) during it.''

**12- The creator says:(Therein is decreed every matter of decree.) (44:4)

**13-The angels giving the greetings of peace during the Night of Al-Qadr to the people in the mosque until the coming of Fajr (dawn).'''

**14- at this night (There is peace.) "This means all of it is good and there is no evil in it until the coming of Fajr (dawn).''

**15- what are signals of this night??....the Messenger of Allah said: (The Night of Al-Qadr occurs during the last ten (nights). Whoever stands for them (in prayer) seeking their reward, then indeed Allah will forgive his previous sins and his latter sins. It is an odd night: the ninth, or the seventh, or the fifth, or the third or the last night (of Ramadan).

**16- The Messenger of Allah also said,
 (Verily, the sign of the Night of Al-Qadr is that it is pure and glowing as if there were a bright, tranquil, calm moon during it. It is not cold, nor is it hot, and no shooting star is permitted until morning. Its sign is that the sun appears on the morning following it smooth having no rays on it, just like the moon on a full moon night.

**17- (Seek it in Ramadan in the last ten nights. For verily, it is during the odd nights, the twenty-first, or the twenty-third, or the twenty-fifth, or the twenty-seventh, or the twenty-ninth, or during the last night.)
 **18-the Messenger of Allah said about the Night of Al-Qadr,
 the angels who are on the earth during that night are more numerous than the number of pebbles.

                                                       19what the creator said about this night ?  in the holy Quran book?
God said:
The creator says:(1. Verily, We have sent the holy Quran down in the Night of Al-Qadr.) (2. And what will make you know what the Night of Al-Qadr is) (3. The Night of Al-Qadr is better than a thousand months.) (4. Therein descend the angels and Jibril  by their Lord's permission with every matter.) (5. There is peace until the appearance of dawn.)

Jumat, 12 Agustus 2011

Please Don't stop Loving Egypt

By Dr.Hesham ElTayeb

Egypt - a country in which you can not just plunge into the grand millennial history and mystery, but also get a lot of wonderful impressions of an unforgettable vacation. How? Each defines for himself. After all, Egypt is rich not only in their sights and antiquities. Tourists can choose from a large abundance of entertainment. Beach vacation, diving, go-carting, horse riding and camel riding, jeep tours in the desert, visits to museums, golf courses, the famous Egyptian shopping, restaurants, water rides. All this can be found in this ancient country. As the Seven Wonders of Egypt: the Nile, Red Sea, the Pyramids of Giza, Luxor, the temples at Abu Simbel, the ancient culture of the pharaohs and the Bedouins.

1) Tourists on horses and camels, visiting the historical monument - the pyramids of Giza , located not far from Cairo . The pyramids are the only one of the ancient seven wonders of the world that has survived to this day. In addition, they entered the list of new seven world wonders, drawn up in 2008.

2) The Sphinx of Giza - a huge figure of the creature with the body of a lion and a human head is located on the west bank of the Nile near Cairo . The picture in the background we see the pyramid of Khufu. The Great Sphinx -is the biggest stone statue on the ground. Believed that it was created ancient Egyptians in the third millennium BC, between approximately 2520 and 2494 years. BC

3) Attraction of Cairo - the ensemble of the mosque-madras of Sultan Hassan. The mosque was built between 1356 and 1363 years. AD during the reign of the Memlukes. It is believed that the stones for its construction were taken from one of the great pyramids of Giza .

Mohamed Ali mosque is located in the citadel of Cairo and was built on his order between 1830 and 1848. This mosque has become the largest mosque built in the middle of the first 19. It was erected in honor of Toson, son of Mohammed Ali Pasha, who died in 1816.

5) The Egyptian Museum , located in Cairo , which contains the largest collection of Egyptian antiquities.

6) The golfer who plays on the field for the game of golf at the hotel «Oberoi House», overlooking the pyramids of Giza .

7) Khan al-Khalili is considered the biggest shopping area in Cairo .

8) Pyramid Meyduma located on the edge of the desert 70 kilometers south of Cairo and is the first Egyptian pyramid with aboveground burial. Ancient Egyptians believed that the higher the buried person, the closer he becomes to the god of the sun. At the foot of the huge building covered with crumbling stones.

9) Fortress Kait bay the 15th century building is situated on the Mediterranean coast of Alexandria .

10) The famous Alexandrian science library - top beauty and splendor.

11) The steamer " Sudan " sails on the Nile River in the direction of the Egyptian city of Aswan .

12) Hotel «The Old Cataract» (old threshold) in the city of Aswan situated on a hilltop, so the windows overlook the River Nile.

13) Temple of Horus in Edfu second largest temple in Egypt after the Temple of Karnack , and one of the best preserved. This temple is dedicated to mountain - God with the head of a falcon.

14) Tourists visiting the columns, decorated with hieroglyphs in Karnack temple in Luxor . Few sights can compare with the Egyptian Karnack complex in the greatness of columns, obelisks, setae and decorated stones.

15) The walls of the Temple of Karnack in Luxor decorated with images of the pharaohs. During the 40 years the temple complex has been studied and restored the Franco-Egyptian team of archaeologists.

16) Tourists visiting the Colossi of Mammon - two huge stone statues of Pharaoh Amenhotep III.

17) Temple of Queen Hatshepsut, in Luxor, built of limestone. She became a 5-m pharaoh of the 18th Dynasty of Ancient Egypt and the rules for longer than any other woman of the Egyptian dynasties.

18) Temple of Abu Simbel was erected 20 years: from 1244 to 1224 years. BC Temple made by UNESCO's World Heritage List, is part of the Monuments of Nubia, which run from Abu Simbel to fillet (near Aswan ).

19) According to UNESCO, the monastery of St. Catherine is the oldest active Christian monastery in the world.

20) Tourist climbed on a huge limestone, formed as a result of sandstorms in the white desert, Egypt .

21) Camels on the Red Sea on the beach Canyon in Dahab. Camel Safari - one of the most popular attractions in Southern Sinai .

22) In the Red Sea is home to over a thousand species of invertebrates and 200 different species of corals, in addition, it is the most northern tropical sea. Red Sea - a popular place for divers and lovers of swimming Snorkeling.

23) Tourists relax on the terrace on the street . It is considered the main street of Sharm El-Sheikh.


In the name of Allah, the Most-Merciful, the All-Compassionate

"May the Peace and Blessings of Allah be Upon You"

Praise be to Allaah, we seek His help and His forgiveness. We seek refuge with Allaah from the evil of our own souls and from our bad deeds. Whomsoever Allaah guides will never be led astray, and whomsoever Allaah leaves astray, no one can guide. I bear witness that there is no god but Allaah, and I bear witness that Muhammad is His slave and Messenger.

Bismillah Walhamdulillah Was Salaatu Was Salaam 'ala Rasulillah
As-Salaam Alaikum Wa-Rahmatullahi Wa-Barakatuhu

Zakat is one of the five pillars of Islam.

It has been mentioned, along with daily Prayers (Salaat / Namaz), over seventy times in the Quran.

Allahs word commanding ".....and establish regular Salaat and GIVE regular Zakat....." are referred to in many parts of the Quran.

From this we can conclude that after Salaat, Zakat is the most important act in Islam.

Just as Salaat is the most important act of worship which has to be performed bodily, so is Zakat the main act of worship which has to be performed monetarily. Those who fulfill this duty have been promised abundant reward in this world and hereafter.

Whoever evades Zakat has been sternly warned in the Quran and Hadith of the consequences.

Linguistically, ZAKAT has two meanings: purification and growth. Technically, it means to purify ones possession of wealth by distributing a prescribed amount to the poor, the indigent, the slaves or captives, and the wayfarer.

There are many major benefits of giving Zakat:

It reminds Muslims of the fact that whatever wealth they may possess is due to the blessings of Allah and as such it is to be spent according to the His commands.
Zakat functions as a social security for all. Those who have enough money today pay for what they have. If they need money tomorrow they will get what is necessary to help them live decently.
Zakat payer pays his dues to Allah as an act of worship, a token of submission and an acknowledgment of gratitude. The receiver of Zakat receives it as a grant from Allah out of His bounty, a favor for which he is thankful to Allah.
Economically, Zakat is the best check against hoarding. Those who do not invest their wealth but prefer to save or hoard it would see their wealth dwindling year after year at the rate of the payable Zakat. This helps increase production and stimulates supply because it is a redistribution of income that enhances the demand by putting more real purchasing power in the hands of poor.

Zakat is obligatory upon a person if :

He or she is an adult, sane, free and Muslim.
He/she must possess wealth in excess of specified minimum (Nisaab) excluding his or her personal needs (clothing, household furniture, utensils, cars etc. are termed article of personal needs).
It should be possessed for a complete lunar year.
It should be of productive nature from which one can derive profit or benefit such as merchandise for business, gold, silver, livestock etc.

The amount of wealth which makes one liable for Zakat is called Nisaab.

Gold 87.48 Gram 7.50Tolas 1350Grains 2.8125Troy Oz.
Silver 612.36Gram 52.50Tolas 9450Grains and 19.6875 Troy Oz.

Nisaab of cash, stock or bonds, other cash assets is the equivalent amount of Gold or Silver. Nisaab is calculated by adding up the cash value of all the assets such as gold, silver, currency etc. and if it is equal TO or in excess of the minimum Nisaab as specified in the above table, the Zakat is due at the rate of 2.5%.

The payment of Zakat is compulsory on the excess wealth or effects which is equal to or exceeds the value of Nisaab, and which is possessed for a full Islamic year. If such wealth decreases during the course of the year and increases again to the value of Nisaab before the end of the year, the Zakat then must be calculated on the full amount that is possessed at the end of the year.


Gold and silver, in any form.
Cash, bank notes, stocks, bonds etc.
Merchandise for business, equal to the value of Nisaab.
Live stock.
On income derived from rental business.


Zakat should be given as soon as possible after it becomes due.
All of the Zakat can be given to one person or to several persons.
A poor man cannot be paid for his work from Zakat nor can Zakat be given in payment of services, except to the people appointed by the Islamic government to collect Zakat.
Zakat will only be valid if the recipient is made the owner of that amount. If, for example, a few needy persons are fed a meal from Zakat money, then Zakat will not be fulfilled as they were not made owners of the food.
Zakat cannot be given for the construction of Masjid, Madrasah, Hospital, a well, a bridge or any other public amenity.
Zakat can be paid in kind from the same merchandise on which it is due, or alternatively, it could be paid in cash.


On any metals other than gold or silver.
Fixtures and fittings of a shop, car, trucks or any delivery vehicle etc., which is used in running business.
Diamonds, pearls, other precious or semi precious stones which are for personal use.
There is no Zakat on personal residence, household furniture, pots and pan, personal clothing, whether they are in use or not.
There is no Zakat on a person whose liabilities exceed or equal his assets. (Home Mortgage in this country is not to be counted as personal liability for the Zakat purpose).


The recipients of Zakat, according to Quran are as follows: "Alms are for the poor and the needy, and those employed to administer (the funds); for those whose hearts have been (recently) reconciled (to truth); for those in bondage and in debt; and for the wayfarer: (Thus is it) ordained by Allah, and Allah is full of Knowledge and Wisdom." (Quran 9:60)

FUQARA: people who are poor and who possess more than their basic needs but do not possess wealth equal to Nisaab.
MASAKEEN: people who are destitute and extremely needy to the extent they are forced to beg for their daily food rations.
AL-AMILEEN: people appointed by an Islamic Government to collect Zakat.
MU-ALLAFATUL-QULUB: persons who have recently accepted Islam and are in need of basic necessities who would benefit from encouragement by Muslims which would help strengthen their faith.
AR-RIQAAB: slaves who are permitted to work for remuneration and have an agreement from their masters to purchase their freedom on payment of fixed amounts.
AL-GHAARIMEEN: persons who have a debt and do not possess any other wealth or goods with which they could repay that which they owe. It is conditional that this debt was not created for any un-Islamic purpose.
FI-SABILILLAH: persons who have to carry out an obligatory deed which has become obligatory on them and subsequently (due to loss of wealth) are unable to complete that obligation.
IBN-US-SABEEL: persons who are travelers and during the course of their journey do not possess basic necessities, though they are well to do at home. They could be given Zakat in order to fulfill travel needs to return home.


Zakat cannot be given to the descendants of Muhammad (P.B.U.H);
Zakat cannot be given to parents and grandparents. In the same manner one's children and grandchildren cannot be given Zakat. A husband and wife cannot give Zakat to each other.

VIRTUES OF ZAKAT: Allah says in the Quran: "The parable of those who spend their wealth in the way of Allah is that of a grain of corn. It grows seven ears and each ear has hundred grains. Allah increases manifold to whom He pleases." (Quran 2:261)

It is stated in the Hadith that by giving Zakat the following benefits are derived:

Gain the pleasure of Allah.
Increase in wealth and protection from losses.
Allahs forgiveness and blessings.
Protection from the wrath of Allah and from a bad death.
A shelter on the Day of Judgment;
Security from seventy misfortunes.


Allah says in the Quran: "And there are those who hoard gold and silver and do not spend it in the way of Allah, announce to them a most grievous penalty (when) on the Day of Judgment heat will be produced out of that wealth in the fire of Hell. Then with it they will be branded on their forehead and their flanks and backs. (It will be said to them) This is the treasure which you hoarded for yourselves, taste then the treasure that you have been hoarding." (Al-Quran 9:34-35)


Kamis, 11 Agustus 2011

10 Things to learn from Japan

Not a single visual of chest-beating or wild grief. Sorrow itself has been elevated.

Disciplined queues for water and groceries. Not a rough word or a crude gesture.

The incredible architects, for instance. Buildings swayed but didn’t fall.

People bought only what they needed for the present, so everybody could get something.

No looting in shops. No honking and no overtaking on the roads. Just understanding.

Fifty workers stayed back to pump sea water in the N-reactors. How will they ever be repaid?

Restaurants cut prices. An unguarded ATM is left alone. The strong cared for the weak.

The old and the children, everyone knew exactly what to do. And they did just that.

They showed magnificent restraint in the bulletins. No silly reporters. Only calm reportage.

When the power went off in a store, people put things back on the shelves and left quietly!

Senin, 21 Maret 2011


Tidak akan kubiarkan keraguan itu datang kembali
menghiasi hariku, hadir dalam mimpiku.

Tak ingin keputusasaan itu hadir kembali membuat mimpiku hilang dan lenyap.

Motivate my self

My Life

Hidupku karuni dari sang Khalik
Hidupku anugrah dari Rabbul 'Aalamiin
Hidupku hanya ingin senatiasa berjalan dijalan Nya
Hidupku sebuah karunia yang DIA berikan kepadaku

Hasbunallah wa ni’mal wakiil... Ni’mal maulaa, wa ni’man nashiir...”

Jumat, 25 Februari 2011

Kerispatih - Tetap Mengerti

semua terasa salah
semua terasa hina
ketika rasa itu tak bisa lepas
dari diri yang tlah terhempas
cinta jadi suatu yang jauh dari artinya
memberi walau harus tak diberi
menerima meski tak diterima

lihatlah aku di sini
haruskah ini terjadi

lakukanlah sampai engkau puas
cari saja apa yang hatimu mau
sampai kapanpun aku
selalu mencoba untuk mengerti

teruskanlah hingga engkau jera
dustai dan khinati dan lukai hatiku
meski lautan air mataku mengering
ku coba tetap mengerti

lihatlah aku di sini
haruskah ini terjadi

lakukanlah sampai engkau puas
cari saja apa yang hatimu mau
sampai kapanpun aku
selalu mencoba untuk mengerti

teruskanlah hingga engkau jera
dustai dan khinati dan lukai hatiku
meski lautan air mataku mengering
ku coba, ku coba tetap mengerti

Rabu, 23 Februari 2011

Oh My God, I'm in Blue...

Dear God,
I'm in blue...

Dear God,
I'm Sad...

Dear God,
I wanna cry...

Dear God,
Plz stop this pain...

Dear God,
It's really Hurt me...

Dear God,
Allow me to go out from this condition...



Kesempatan, apakah ada?

Ada setelah berusaha, atau kandas meskipun sudah diusahakan.
Tak mudah diraih, tak mudah didapatkan.

Berusaha, selalu mencoba berusaha, walau banyak cobaan yang menghalang.

Kesempatan tidak datang dua kali ada yang bilang demikian.
Namun kesempatan juga bisa datang berkali-kali faktanya.

Apa, kapan, dimana, siapa, bagaimana???

Selasa, 15 Februari 2011

Masih mencari...???

Masih mencari?
apa lagi yang dicari???
Bukankah sudah ditemukan???

Kenapa harus mencari???

Beginilah jika orang sedang bingung,
sampai-sampai yang ditulis pun membingungkan...

Masih belum mengerti???

Tanya, dan jawab sendiri...!!!

Sistem Pakar

Sistem pakar adalah suatu program komputer yang mengandung pengetahuan dari satu atau lebih pakar manusia mengenai suatu bidang spesifik. Jenis program ini pertama kali dikembangkan oleh periset kecerdasan buatan pada dasawarsa 1960-an dan 1970-an dan diterapkan secara komersial selama 1980-an. Bentuk umum sistem pakar adalah suatu program yang dibuat berdasarkan suatu set aturan yang menganalisis informasi (biasanya diberikan oleh pengguna suatu sistem) mengenai suatu kelas masalah spesifik serta analisis matematis dari masalah tersebut. Tergantung dari desainnya, sistem pakar juga mampu merekomendasikan suatu rangkaian tindakan pengguna untuk dapat menerapkan koreksi. Sistem ini memanfaatkan kapabilitas penalaran untuk mencapai suatu simpulan.

Minggu, 13 Februari 2011

A Journalist

Teringat waktu kecil dulu, penah ditanya gini...
T: "Kaka, nanti kalau udah gede mau jadi apa???"
J: "Mau jadi wartawan..."

Dengan polosnya menjawab hehehhe...
Udah gede seeh boro-boro mau jadi wartawan... huuft capek, kerjanya di lapangan... Harus panas-panasan klo hujan kehujanan...

Media tempat bekerja yang mengasyikan...
Target, deadline...
and many more...
Pengalaman kerja di media selama lebih kurang setahun...
Sangat, sangat.... MANIS...

Kru, kekompakan, kerjasama, solidaritas, yang didukung asas kekeluargaan yang kental...
Jawa pos, Thank U...
Radar Sukabumi... Thanks A lot...

Menjadi seorang SEKRED (Sekretaris Redaksi)
Tak mudah memang, apalagi jika harus menyatukan banyak aspirasi dari para wartawan, terkait penghitungan poin foto maupun berita... hehehe...
But, I like it...

Bijaksana, poin utama sebagai seorang Sekred, apalagi jika dituntut menyelesaikan masalah, terkait pemberitaan huuft...
ada-ada saja... Owow...
apalagi kalo kena oknum pemerintah daeerah weew... Paling ngeri klo bodyguardnya dateng ke kantor...

Untungnya semua masalah pasti terselesaikan berkat Kru yang Solid...

unit terindah, termanis yang pernah menjadi tempat bernaung...
menghafal kode reporter...
koordinasi peliputan...
meski ruang lingkupnya hanya sebatas daerah Sukabumi dan Cianjur saja...

But enjoy it very much...

I miss my office mates'... ^_^

Jumat, 11 Februari 2011

Lagi suka banget sama lagu Rihanna feat Eminem...
liriknya gini...

Just gonna stand there
And watch me burn
But that's alright
Because I like
The way it hurts
Just gonna stand there
And hear me cry
But that's alright
Because I love
The way you lie
I love the way you lie
I love the way you lie

I can't tell you what it really is
I can only tell you what it feels like
And right now there's a steel knife
In my windpipe
I can't breathe
But I still fight
While I can fight
As long as the wrong feels right
It's like I'm in flight
High of a love
Drunk from the hate
It's like I'm huffing paint
And I love it the more that I suffer
I sufficate
And right before im about to drown
She resuscitates me
She fucking hates me
And I love it
Where you going
I'm leaving you
No you ain't
Come back
We're running right back
Here we go again
It's so insane
Cause when it's going good
It's going great
I'm Superman
With the wind in his bag
She's Lois Lane
But when it's bad
It's awful
I feel so ashamed
I snap
Who's that dude
I don't even know his name
I laid hands on her
I'll never stoop so low again
I guess I don't know my own strength

Just gonna stand there
And watch me burn
But that's alright
Because I like
The way it hurts
Just gonna stand there
And hear me cry
But that's alright
Because I love
The way you lie
I love the way you lie
I love the way you lie

You ever love somebody so much
You can barely breathe
When you're with them
You meet
And neither one of you
Even know what hit 'em
Got that warm fuzzy feeling
Yeah them chills
Used to get 'em
Now you're getting fucking sick
Of looking at 'em
You swore you've never hit 'em
Never do nothing to hurt 'em
Now you're in each other's face
Spewing venom
And these words
When you spit 'em
You push
Pull each other's hair
Scratch, claw, bit 'em
Throw 'em down
Pin 'em
So lost in the moments
When you're in 'em
It's the rage that took over
It controls you both
So they say it's best
To go your separate ways
Guess that they don't know ya
Cause today
That was yesterday
Yesterday is over
It's a different day
Sound like broken records
Playin' over
But you promised her
Next time you'll show restraint
You don't get another chance
Life is no Nintendo game
But you lied again
Now you get to watch her leave
Out the window
Guess that's why they call it window pane

Just gonna stand there
And watch me burn
But that's alright
Because I like
The way it hurts
Just gonna stand there
And hear me cry
But that's alright
Because I love
The way you lie
I love the way you lie
I love the way you lie

Now I know we said things
Did things
That we didn't mean
And we fall back
Into the same patterns
Same routine
But your temper's just as bad
As mine is
You're the same as me
But when it comes to love
You're just as blinded
Baby please come back
It wasn't you
Baby it was me
Maybe our relationship
Isn't as crazy as it seems
Maybe that's what happens
When a tornado meets a volcano
All I know is
I love you too much
To walk away though
Come inside
Pick up your bags off the sidewalk
Don't you hear sincerity
In my voice when I talk
Told you this is my fault
Look me in the eyeball
Next time I'm pissed
I'll aim my fist
At the dry wall
Next time
There will be no next time
I apologize
Even though I know it's lies
I'm tired of the games
I just want her back
I know I'm a liar
If she ever tries to fucking leave again
I'mma tie her to the bed
And set the house on fire

Just gonna stand there
And watch me burn
But that's alright
Because I like
The way it hurts
Just gonna stand there
And hear me cry
But that's alright
Because I love
The way you lie
I love the way you lie
I love the way you lie

Ga jauh, mentoknya di sini lagi deeh...