Wednesday, July 27, 2011

Am I too lazy?

Frankly, I don't read a lot of books during this precious holiday. Even the newspaper that my father keeps buying almost everyday, I don't take benefit from that. Yet, the medical terminology that I thought I can finished in this 2 months holiday, regrettably I'm not managed to memorize it. My brother just finished his degree and then he gave me a book titled "Easy Steps To Public Speaking". I agreed that the book was quite interesting and very inspiring. I managed to read it only 5% despite the book was quite like a thin ice! Am I too lazy? Oh man!!

I tell you my vital secret. Guess what? When I'm completely boring, I prefer to sleep. Every now and then, having such a wonderful dream makes me feel "yeah, this is my real world". I do realize that it is a destructive habit that we supposed to keep it away. I like dreaming to be far from ordinary. It is quirk of human nature that most of people are not contented with what life has offered them. And I do agree up to a certain point that, we must accept the kalimah "Alhamdulillah" and always put that harmonious word in our daily lives.

I hope that, oncoming Ramadhan, I'll become better than I am today. No more sluggard things. No more so-called setan. And no more sleep-a-lot habit. I remember a remark from a senior of mine before we did our maghrib prayer, "Anggaplah Solat ini adalah yang terakhir". Hereinafter, I would like to use his remark for oncoming Ramadhan Al-Mubarak because I found it very motivating for me to make my ibadah khusyuk. Insyaallah. Guys, let's make this Ramadhan better than the past.

"Fasting is prescribed for you as it was prescribed for those before you, that you may attain taqwaa." Qur'an (2:183)

"Indeed, We have indeed revealed this (Message) in the Night of Power. And what will explain to thee what the night of power is? The Night of Power is better than a thousand months." Qur'an (97:1-3)

Monday, July 4, 2011

A dreamy smile

Alhamdulillah, I've just finished my pre-medic course and I'm quite satisfied with it. There's a lot of things that I learned and it contribute me a lot towards positive personal growth. From my colleague to lecturers, they are all awesome except for the hot college and no sleeping pillow. Insyaallah I'll pursue my studies in this local university on this September. I surely don't care about others perception about Uitm. The phrase 'every mushroom cloud has a silver lining'. It simply means every single thing on earth has their own goodness and so do the scarcities. I personally hold on to the phrase as my principal in life.

Today's my first day at home and yet I'm still fuzzy what should I do in 2 months holiday before going to college. Hurm. I should be happy because I can gather around with my 7 family members at home. Next month my sister will taking a flight from University of Al-Azhar back home. After that, we can see everyone's smile and have an unforgettable Ramadhan's activities together. I always waiting for that moment. =)

What I should do on my holiday? Should I spare the times with my laptop's games, friends or even falling sleep all the time? Absolutely NO!! I need to focus on my future study. Of course there's still some hours to spare for that meaningless and waste things. Below are the list that I would like to do:

  • memorize some medical terminologies that were suggested by senior
  • learn more English vocabularies 
  • get some kemejas perhaps
  • watch a few movies such as Green Lantern, Transformers etc
  • yeah games!
  • spare time hanging with friends  
  • puasa and hari raya
  • .....

p/s: I'll update the list from time to time. =)