30.10.05 

Maklumat

1. Meskipun salad bersifat sejuk, iamerupakan sayuran yang baik untuk dimakan. Iabaik untuk kulitserta membantu menyembuhkan penyakit gangguan mental.
2. Tembikai mencuci pundi-pundi dan dalam perut, membaiki cecair tulang serta mengelokkan penglihatan. Nabi SAW pernah makan tembikai dengan kurma yang baru dipetik.
3. Buah Zaitun enak dimakan dan bertindak melawan mabuk. Daunnya boleh dikunyah sebagai rawatan sakit perut, dan Allah SWT menyebut buah Zaitun dalam surah (24:35)
4. Bawang yang dimasak baikuntuk kesihatan dan menyedapkan makanan. Bawang mentah menyebabkankelupaaan. Terlalubanyak makan bawang akibatkan sakit kepala & pelupa.
5. Kunyit baik untuk darah dan dapat menguatkan jiwa? Ia mengurangkan sakit-sakit dalamsendi. Boleh menguatkan tenaga batin khusus untuk pasangan suami dan isteri.
6. Buah delima yang manis lebih baik daripada rasa yangmasam. Air buah delima menyembuhkan batuk dan semua jenis buah delima dapat meredakan debaran jantung (hati).
7. Air memelihara kelembapan dalam badan dan membantu penghadaman zat-zat makanan dalam badan. Sabda Nabi SAW: Minuman yang terbaik di dunia dan akhirat adalah air.
8. Gandum baik untuk kesihatan setelah dimasak dengan sempurna seperti kuih atau roti. Amalan makan gandum mentah boleh menerbitkan cacing dalam usus dan mengeluarkan angin.
9. Jintan manis banyak khasiatnya kerana melegakan kesakitan dalam badan, melancarkan aliran keluar haid, membanyakkan susu dan membuang angin dalam usus.
10. Barli berkhasiat sebagai penyejuk badan, menghilangkan batuk dan sakit kerongkong. Rasulullah SAW pernah memberi makan sup barli kepada orang yang mengalami demam .
11. Selasih berkhasiat untuk menguatkan organ hati serta memudahkan tidur dengan cara menyapu kepala dengan basil yang dicampurkan air .
12. Mentega khasiatnya memanas, melembapkan dan hilangkan sembelit. Mentega yang dicampurkan dengan kurma dan madu adalah makanan yang hilangkan rasa mengidam pada wanita hamil.
13. Allah menyebut susu dalam surah (47:15). Baginda SAW sendiri gemar meminumnya seperti sadbanya: Ia mengelokkan otak, menajamkan penglihatan serta menghilangkan lupa.
14. Biji hitam (habbatus sauda) dikatakan berkhasiat untuk merawat leukoderma dan membuka saluran urat yang halus. Berguna untuk menghilangkan penyakit selesema.

23.10.05 

You Know You're Malaysian When...

You Know You're Malaysian When...

You complain about the quality of the pirated DVD you just purchased.
"What, RM10 for DVD5?! Aiyah, boss ... sound no good, cheaperlah ..."

You're willing to consume sambal petai and durian and gladly suffer the
bloating and wind-breaking incidents.

You're exceedingly polite to the Mat Sallehs but you slag your own
kind.
"Hello, sir. Why don't you sit here, it's got the best view of the city
skyline." But, "Aunty-ah, your table is over there next to the kitchen.
"

You order Maggi goreng and fried chicken, complain about how oily the
food is, and then proceed to finish it anyway.

You love to talk about food. You're already thinking about what to have
for dinner while eating lunch. "I'm stuffed. What shall we have for
dinner?"

You dive into a communal-style meal the moment the dish lands on the
table only to hesitate at the last morsel of food on the serving dish.
There are two possible explanations for this: the first is the pai seh
(embarrassed) factor, while the other is the myth that the person who
eats the last piece will be a spinster.

You hit the accelerator the moment the first drop of rain hits your
windshield. "Alamak, it's going to rain. Sure traffic jam one. I'd
better drive faster."

You seize the opportunity to make a U-turn anywhere ... especially
where there is a sign telling you not to. Well, so long as the cops
aren't in sight.

You feel a burning desire to send text messages and even have the gall
to give your friend a blow-by-blow account of the movie to your friend
on the handphone - during the screening of the movie. "Okay, now that
girl Lizzie is impersonating an Italian singer; she so doesn't look
Italian ..."

You forsake your loved ones for the all-important four letter-word:
S-A-L-E. "Sorry, mum, I can't take you to Aunt Mary's because I have to
go to MidValley before the crowd." You're also more than happy to be
part of the insane traffic jam that forms around malls during weekends
and sale periods.

11. Reality shows Akademi Fantasia and Malaysian Idol dictate your
social life. "What, no TV at the mamak? Count me out - I'm staying
home.
Rinie needs my support."

You pepper every sentence with lah. "No-lah, I can't see you today-lah.
I have to study-lah. You know-lah, the prison warden aka mak is
watching
me like a hawk"

You fail to function normally without your daily dose of teh tarik and
nasi lemak.

You have owned at least one Proton in your lifetime. Cheap, cheap. That
is until you start to make enough dough to buy that Honda you've been
salivating over.

You slow down at an accident site to take down the car number plate,
but
won't step out of your car to help - the victim could be a robber!

You'd rather park your car along the main road outside the mall, where
there's a yellow line, rather than pay RM1 to park inside where there
are adequate bays.

You plead, bat your eyelids and relate a sob story to the officer at
the
town council office to let you off the hook (or reduce the amount
considerably) for the fine you incurred when you parked your car on the
double line.

You make an appointment for 10am and conveniently show up a half hour
late - Malaysian time, what .

You pop open the wet tissue packet at the Chinese restaurant by
squeezing the trapped air to the top of the packet before proceeding to
smash your fist into it. The louder the pop the better.

You greet your friend / neighbor / acquaintance on the street with "How
are things?" or "Have you eaten?" or better yet, by stating the
obvious:
"Went to market ah?"

Ramlee burger is the "piece de resistance" of your growing-up-years
cuisine.

You catch all major televised events at the mamak.

You have roughly six meals a day (breakfast, mid-morning tea, lunch,
afternoon tea, dinner and supper). Then there's the snacking - keropok
ikan, pisang goreng, muruku, jam tarts and the like.

You get the whole family dressed to the nines, jump into the car and
head for the minister's open house - and ask for styrofoam boxes and
plastic bags to tar pau food.

Your accent and language style vary according to the race of the person
you are conversing with.

You've got a friendly disposition. Smiles are abundant and your "Apa
khabar?" is warm and sincere.

You exclaim loudly how expensive everything is, even though the items
may in fact be going for a steal. "Wah! So expensive, ah? Hak sei ngor
(Scare me to death)!"

You dig deep into your pockets to contribute to the latest appeal for
donations in the newspapers.

You "dis" our country all the time, but as soon as something good
happens (like winning the Thomas Cup), you morph into a proud
Malaysian.

You never travel abroad without a bottle of chilli sauce, or sachets
which you can sneak into restaurants.

You're proud to be Malaysian - and you pass these jokes on to all your
Malaysian friends!

19.10.05 

FW: Tahu kah anda Nabi Adam pernah menangis selama 300 tahun

 Tahukah saudara semenjak Nabi Adam terkeluar dari syurga akibat tipu daya iblis, beliau menangis selama 300 tahun. Nabi Adam tidak mengangkat kepalanya ke langit kerana terlampau malu kepada Allah swt.
 Beliau sujud di atas gunung selama seratus tahun. Kemudian menangis lagi sehingga air matanya mengalir di jurang Serantip. Dari airmata Nabi Adam itu Allah tumbuhkan pohon kayu manis dan pokok cengkih. Beberapa ekor burung telah meminum airmata beliau. Burung itu berkata, "Sedap sungguh air ini."  Nabi Adam terdengar kata-kata burung tersebut. Beliau menyangka burung itu sengaja mengejeknya kerana perbuatan derhakanya kepada Allah. Ini membuatkan Nabi Adam semakin hebat menangis. Akhirnya Allah telah menyampaikan wahyu yang bermaksud, "Hai Adam, sesungguhnya aku belum pernah menciptakan air minum yang lebih lazat dan hebat dari air mata taubatmu itu."
Apa Yang Akan Ditanya:
Dalam sehari ada 24 jam.?
Dalam sejam manusia bernafas sebanyak 4320 kali.
Dalam setiap kali bernafas Allah akan tanya dua perkara semasa nafas keluar dan masuk.
Pertanyaan itu ialah, "Apa perbuatan yang kita lakukan semasa nafas itu keluar dan masuk ?

 Tiga Cahaya Di Hari Kiamat
Di hari kiamat ada tiga cahaya yang berlainan :
* Cahaya yang pertama seperti bintang-bintang.
* Cahaya yang kedua seperti cahaya bulan.
* Cahaya yang ketiga seperti cahaya matahari.

Apabila ditanya cahaya apakah ini ? Lalu dijawab : "Cahaya yang pertama ialah cahaya wajah2 manusia yang ketika di dunia, mereka akan meninggalkan pekerjaan dan terus bersuci dan mengambil air sembahyang apabila terdengar azan. Yang kedua ialah cahaya wajah mereka yang mengambil air sembahyang sebelum azan.Cahaya yang ketiga ialah cahaya mereka seperti matahari. Mereka di dunia sudah bersiap sedia di dalam masjid sebelum azan lagi."
Kala Jengking Neraka
Di hari kiamat akan keluar seekor binatang dari neraka jahanam yang bernama "Huraisy" berasal dari anak kala jengking. Besarnya Huraisy ini dari timur hingga ke barat. Panjangnya pula seperti jarak langit dan bumi. Malaikat Jibril bertanya : "Hai Huraisy! Engkau hendak ke mana dan siapa yang kau cari?"Huraisy pun menjawab, "Aku mahu mencari lima orang.
Pertama, orang yang meninggalkan sembahyang. Kedua, orang yang tidak mahu keluarkan zakat. Ketiga, orang yang derhaka kepada ibubapanya.
Keempat, orang yang bercakap tentang dunia di dalam masjid. Kelima, orang yang suka minum arak."

1.10.05 

thinking outside the box

We are not thinking outside the box if the way we do things in our life similar for the past years. There are so many technology available to change the way that we do things. If the equipment we use does not change the way we do things than the equipment manufacturer clearly is not thinking outside the box. The biggest hurdle is the cost of acquire new equipment that enable us to do things differently. The biggest problem is the inability to see or opportunity denied for the changes that we could acquire to change the way we do things in our life.