Usrati Jannati

Usrati Jannati

Usrati Fi Misr

Usrati Fi Misr

Keluarga Di Johor

Keluarga Di Johor

Keluarga Di Kelantan

Keluarga Di Kelantan

Allahuakbar!

Saturday, December 30, 2006



Allahuakbar Allahuakbar Allahuakbar!
Mari kita semarakkan takbir di musim raya ini. Moga-moga dengan bersemaraknya takbir akan bersemarak juga rasa ingin tahu rahsia di sebalik hari raya Adha. Hari raya yang juga dikenali dengan raya korban. Ia adalah sempena menunjukkan penghargaan dan juga agar kita mencontohi pengorbanan yang telah dilakukan oleh khalilullah nabi Ibrahim alaihissalam bersama anak beliau nabi Ismail alaihimassalam.
Sempena hari yang baik, tarikh yang mulia dan saat yang indah ini, kami ucapkan kepada ibu bapa dan adik beradik kami (Khususnya di Kubang Kerian Kelantan dan di Bandar Baru Uda Johor Bahru), sanak saudara, sahabat handai dan tidak dilupakan guru juga ustaz yang pernah mengajar kami, dan sesiapa sahaja yang mengenali kami,
SELAMAT HARI RAYA IDUL ADHA
Maaf Zahir Batin.
Allahuakbar Allahuakbar Allahuakbar!

A Pet Peeve Story

Friday, December 29, 2006

Saya teruskan pengisian kantung maya ini dengan menyiarkan kerja rumah kelas bahasa Inggeris. Seperti yang dihantar sebelum ini, karya yang pertama adalah yang belum diperiksa oleh guru saya. Manakala karya kedua pula adalah wajahnya setelah diperiksa dan diperbetulkan oleh guru saya yang lebih senang dipanggil kak Zah.

Karya 1

I stepped in to the van calmly. There, I found the only vacant sit was beside the windows. Perhaps I should tell that in Egypt, I meant here, we could travel from a place to another by van. It was the same as we use taxi or cab.

The van moved and lived Ramsis congested behind. I could smelt the freshness of Nile as we passed the river. Suddenly the fresh air disappeared. The old lady in front of me also realized it. She had coughed twice. Uhuk! Uhuk!

The air was poisoned by smoke of cigarette. Although the in-van-lamp wasn’t on and we took night travel, but I could clearly see the assistant driver smoked. We were truly affected by the smoke as shut off all the windows. Of course we did that, we traveled in night and it was in winter. I could not stop thinking about it at that time. It was miserable. Then, I asked the assistant driver to stop smoke until we reach our destiny one hour after. Unfortunately he showed no response. It was very depressed. To my lucky, then, several passengers also asked him to stop, but again, he just ignored us. The situation was worsening as the driver persuaded us to accept his assistant behavior and sit in calm. We were in great upset. It wasn’t relevant and uncomfortable.

I just couldn’t understand why they don’t listen to us? We didn’t ask them something harm instead we just wonder if they could learn to be patient and respect to other. Did they have a little bit of sense and consider the others right to have a fresh air?

I didn’t think so. We reached Tonto after that and everyone compete to jump down from the van. The journey was filled of irritated smokes. Perhaps, I should be more cautious when I’ll travel in van next time.



Karya 2

A Pet Peeve Story

I stepped into the van calmly. The only vacant seat was beside the window. Here in Egypt, we could travel from one place to another by van. It was the same as using taxi or cab.

The van moved and left the Ramsis traffic congestion behind. I could smell the freshness of Nile as we passed the river. Suddenly the fresh air disappeared. The old lady in front of me also realized it. She coughed twice, “Uhuk! Uhuk! “.

The air was poisoned by cigarette smoke. Although the in-van-lamp wasn’t on and we were traveling at night, I could clearly see the assistant driver smoking. We were truly affected by the smoke as all the windows were shut. Traveling in the cold winter night, we had to shut them all. I could not stop thinking about it at that time. It was miserable. Then, I asked the assistant driver not to smoke till we reached our destiny which was one hour away. Unfortunately he showed no response. It was very depressing. To my luck, then, several passengers also asked him to stop, but again, he just ignored us. The situation was worsening as the driver persuaded us to accept his assistant’s behavior and sit calmly. We were very upset. It wasn’t relevant and it was uncomfortable.

I just couldn’t understand why they did not listen to us? We didn’t ask them to do something harmful. Instead we just wanted them to be patient and respect others in the van. Did they have the sense and consideration towards others who has the right to fresh, unpolluted air?

I didn’t think so. We reached Tanta after that and everyone compete to jump down from the van. All through the journey, the van was filled with irritating smoke. Perhaps, I should be more cautious when I’ll travel in a van next time.



Kak Zah: Hisyam, I had edited your work. Many of the mistakes were the usage of words within that context. Good job.

Me: Thank You. Jazakumullahu khairal jaza

An unforgettable experience

Bertemu lagi kita di lembaran digital ini. Hantaran saya kali ini juga sebenarnya adalah sebahagian daripada kerja rumah kelas bahasa Inggeris. Karya yang pertama adalah yang belum diperiksa oleh guru saya. Manakala karya kedua pula adalah wajahnya setelah diperiksa dan diperbetulkan oleh guru saya yang lebih senang dipanggil kak Zah.

Karya 1

An unforgettable experience in monologue style

IT was a shiny day in the summer. I sat still at the bench watching them playing football. Then Said came and took a sit beside of me. Said is my friend. He is from Moon Island. From the first day we met at the camp, I knew, he can be a good friend. Don’t ask me why. It was my sixth sense who said that. And still, he is one of my best friends. We enjoyed the match, but we weren’t interested to join them. So we keep talking to each other.

As we were talking, Adam (not true name) and his two friends came. I realized that Adam always doing activities with friends from his own country; Anonynimous. That’s why I felt lucky when he came to us that evening. I could remember my nervousness and inferiority feeling gradually disappeared as our conversation getting deeper. I could see that Said also pleased to have Adam and friends joining the chit-chat. It was wonderful to have such colorful friends. Although we came from different countries but that wasn’t gab for us to befriends and communicate in warm condition.

We changed questions each other freely. That conversation taught me to value a respect to other in our expressions. We really need a freedom in our life and that’s includes our expressions. However, what is more we need is the strength and ability to keep the freedom survives. Perhaps, those who in Jylland-Posten don’t realized this. Perhaps those who were in Norwegian Magazinet also don’t care about respective ness in their tongue. Perhaps we should improve our iman and our language to teach the world that although the freedom in expression is needed but it was nothing without having respective ness in our heart. We should improve our local language to communicate with them. We should improve more on Arabic language in order to strength our iman by extract more knowledge from the holy Quran. We should make more steps to empower English language as we need to preach the world with to Islam with it. I thought that evening could be a good exposure for me to improve myself.

I was very excited to learn more about their countries. I thought it could be more exclusive as I took the information from those who lived there. Once, I asked Adam about his purpose of coming to Egypt as his country was facing a war. Actually, this question came from my conclusion after I discovered a website shown Anonymouse martyrs struggling with war. They were brave and full of spirit to defend their own tomb. I wonder why Adam chooses to be outside at the moment. For my surprised, Adam answered with his facial expressions. He and his friends suddenly looked sad. Not long after that, Adam told us why they prefer to be in Egypt than stay in their homeland. The situation was very sincere and honest. Frankly, it was true that a picture might describe a thousand words, but what I had seen in the website before still not enough to express what really happened in Anonymouse land. Adam told us that they were afraid. They were not brave enough to face the war.

The answer shocked me. Till now the conversation keeps in my mind freshly. From that, I learnt that war is not only taught us the meaning of martyrs braveness. More than that, war taught us about scare ness, suffering and survival.


Karya 2

An unforgettable experience

in monologue style

IT was a shiny day in summer. I sat still at the bench, watching my friends play football. Then Said came and took a seat beside me. Said is my friend. He is from Moon Island. From the first day we met at the camp, I knew he could be a good friend. Don’t ask me why. It was my sixth sense telling me. Nevertheless, he is now one of my best friends. We enjoyed the match, but we weren’t interested in playing, so we kept talking to each other.

As we were talking, Adam (not true name) and his two friends came. I realized that Adam only does activities with friends from his own country. That’s why I felt lucky when he came to us that evening. I could remember my nervousness and inferiority complex gradually disappearing as our conversation got deeper. I could see that Said was also pleased to have Adam and friends join the chat. It was wonderful to have such colorful friends. Although we came from different countries but that fact did not stop us from being friends and communicating warmly with each other.

We exchanged questions freely. That conversation taught me to value and to respect others when expressing ourselves. We really need freedom in our lives and that includes our expressions. What is more important is that we need the strength and ability to keep this freedom ongoing. Perhaps, those in Jylland-Posten do not realize this. Perhaps those who were in Norwegian Magazinet also do not care about respect in their speech. Perhaps we should improve our iman and our language. We need to teach the world that although freedom in expression is needed, it is nothing without respect. We should improve our local language to enable us to communicate better with them. We should improve more on the Arabic language in order to extract more knowledge from the holy Quran. Only then can we strengthen our iman. We should take more steps to empower the English language as we need to preach Islam to the world. I thought that evening would give me a good exposure so that I could improve myself.

I was very excited to learn more about their countries. I thought it could be more exclusive as I took the information from those who lived there. Once, I asked Adam about his purpose for coming to Egypt. His country was facing a war. Actually, this question came from my conclusion after I discovered a website showing anonymous martyrs. They were brave and full of spirit to defend their own country. I wondered why Adam chose to be outside at the moment. I was taken aback by Adam’s answer. He was filled with grief. He and his friends suddenly looked sad. Not long after that, Adam told us why they preferred to be in Egypt than stay in their homeland. They were very sincere and honest. Frankly, while it is true that a picture describes a thousand words, but what I saw in the website did not fully express what really happened in their land. Adam told us that they were afraid. They were not brave enough to face the war.

The answer shocked me. Till now the conversation remains fresh in my mind. From that conversation that day, I learnt that war not only taught us the meaning of martyrs’ braveness, but more than that, war taught us about fear, suffering and survival.


Kak Zah: Hisyam, I had edited your work. Many of the mistakes were the usage of words within that context. Good job.

Me: Thank You. Jazakumullahu khairal jaza

Next part of homework

Sunday, December 24, 2006



Accident

bicycle

difficult

address

terrible

Accident. They said, “It doesn’t have a smell.” It can happen everywhere at anytime. I remember once I got my first bicycle. My heart was pleased when I rode it. I was very excited to ride it whenever my parents were out. I could ride freely. One day, I wish to go to my friend’s house out of my village. It was quite difficult because I didn’t know his address.

Bang! It was shocking. The sound came from junction in front. My journey to my friend’s house was interrupted by the bang sound. I wonder what happened there as I speed my ride to reach the junction.

Oh! It was…it was terrible. I couldn’t say a word…

Next homework

Wednesday, December 20, 2006



Underneath each of these pictures are five words which are often spelled wrongly. Write a little story about each of the pictures bringing in the five words underneath.

Business

foreign

secretary

interrupt

immediately

Being a businessman is my wish. I mean a successful businessman, especially in foreign country. secretary But, that was before. I’m now a successful secretary of a successful businessman. Being ais not easy. You need to empower your inner strength. You must know how to interrupt your boss to tell him that his client has come. You also must be patient with some client who interrupt your work and always want to meet your boss immediately without appointment.

Homework

Tuesday, December 19, 2006


Guru bahasa Inggeris saya menasihatkan saya untuk menulis lima atau enam ayat sehari untuk menguasai bahasa tersebut. Ia boleh berbentuk diari atau jurnal. Yang pentingnya menulis. Biasakan diri dengan bahasa.

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Berikut adalah hasil kerja rumah yang saya siapkan. Saya paparkan hasil yang telah diperiksa dan diperbaiki oleh guru saya. Namun, di bahagian akhir tulisan ini saya siarkan juga komen guru saya.

Homework

TIT...Tit...Tit...

“Feel free to join football match tonight. Har! Har! Don’t be late. Adios amigos!”

Although the message sounded cheerful it doesn’t affect me. I can’t join them. That’s because I have to finish my homework.

Yes, my ‘homework’. Well, let see what we can get from it.

I would like to share about what has been said by Jocelyn A.Butler, a researcher in School Improvement Research Series SIRC about homework, “Home work is the time students spend outside the classroom in assigned activities to practice, reinforce or apply newly – acquired skills and knowledge and to learn necessary skills of independent study.” It sounded acceptable to me.

The next part of this writing is about positive and negatives sides to homework. Actually, homework might be positive and also negative. It depends on how we manage it. For example, we can differentiate amount of homework based on students level. This is because, pupils at difeerent age’s needs different skills and knowledge. We cannot ask a child at kinder garden level to spend more than one hour in their homework. They just cannot do it.

However, we can increase the time when talk about students at junior high school level. They can manage to handle more than one hour, but should not be required to do more than two hours of homework. The differences in the amount of homework should be like that, especially in order to maximize the benefits of homework and minimize the negative effect.

By now, we might list the benefits which we can gain from homework.

  1. Help student’s to remember what has been studied.

Imagine studying maths without homework, it’s useless. There were lot of formulas to be applied. Doing homework will help us to learn how to apply those.

  1. Keep student occupied.

Doing homework doesn’t mean that the student are weak in the subject. In some case, we should tell them that doing this stuff will help them to manage their own time.

  1. Help students to prepare for next lessons.

We also need to know that the students really understood some certain topics before moving to another. But how? Some of the solution may come through doing homework.

The other perspective of this writing is about the negative effect of homework.

  1. It will reduce prime time with family.

Imagine, a student wakes up early in the morning. After performing their prayers and having some breakfast, they go to school. After that they continue their journey to additional class and they reached home in the late afternoon. After having some food for a dinner, they are back in their room to finish their homework. They end their day by finishing homework. So, where is the time to bond with the family?

  1. It might cause boredom.

After dozens of homework, they’ll get bored. And this is not good for them. We should make study something enjoyable.

After all that we have discussed, I would like to conclude that homework is important. It can bring us maximum benefits but it all depends on how we control it.

Teacher Shakuntala:

“Good work but quite often there are passages that you write that are not really required. Keep to the topic and stick to use one tense throughout, usually past tense.”

Me: “Thank you Teacher.”

Menulis


Sudah lama saya tidak memperbaharui hantaran ke blog ini. Ramai orang menjustifikasikan rasional mereka mempunyai blog adalah untuk melatih bakat penulisan. Justeru, mereka memerlukan satu medan dan ruang untuk paparan hasil karya dan tulisan mereka. Itu satu perkembangan yang baik. Kita berharap dengan tersebarnya teknik penggunaan blog ini akan menjadi momentum kelahiran penulis berbakat yang menjanjikan, insyaAllah.

Walaubagaimanapun, saya berpendapat, persoalan utama yang mesti diselesaikan untuk melatih bakat penulisan ialah dengan menulis. Samada menggunakan blog atau tidak itu soal kedua, ketiga dan ke seterusnya. Pokoknya, ia bukan pertama. Menulis bagi saya bukan perkara yang mudah dan kecil. Menulis, memerlukan informasi dan malumat. Keduanya hanya akan diperolehi menerusi pembelajaran (Dari guru dan juga pembacaan jua pengkajian). Menulis, memerlukan hadaf dan tujuan. Objektif dan matlamat bakal membayangkan karakter penulis itu sendiri. Anda boleh menulis untuk mendapatkan wang, kepercayaan, kemasyhuran dan apa sahaja. Namun, yang pasti, bukan dikira menulis jika anda hanya menyalin, menterjemah, dan mengolah apa yang sudah tertera.

Menulis, bukan bererti kita bercakap seorang diri. Sekalipun ada istilah monolog, namun ia juga bersifat dalaman. Dan harus diingat, dalam diri kita terdapat dua golongan; baik dan jahat. Positif dan negatif. Akal dan nafsu. Malaikat dan syaitan. Menulis, bukan bererti kita adalah penyendiri. Menulis, memerlukan yang ditulis. Menulis, melakarkan kefahaman. Memerlukan jalan untuk mendapatkannya. Pembaca. Pembaca boleh menjadi penulis dan begitulah sebaliknya. Namun tidak ada yang ketiga. Oleh yang demikian, apabila kita ingin menulis, tulislah sesuatu yang bermanfaat dan menarik minat pembaca. Janganlah kita menulis dalam keadaan kita tidak punya maklumat dan tidak tahu hala tuju. Janganlah kita menulis tanpa berfikir.

Menulis, punya cara dan kaedah. Itulah sebab sesebuah tulisan itu difahami. Itulah cara sesebuah tulisan difahami. Pembaca yang faham kaedah penulisan akan tahu bahawa noktah adalah untuk mengakhiri ayat, koma untuk berhenti sebentar di pertengahan ayat dan sebagainya. Janganlah kita menulis di dalam blog dan menggunakan bahasa singkat dan slang, lantas kita mengatakan ini bahasa IT. Bahasa ringkas. Dan bahasa nota yang saya gunakan untuk diri saya justeru hanya saya yang memahaminya. Hormatilah orang-orang terdahulu yang bersusah payah memikirkan kaedah dan sistem penulisan ini. Janganlah kita menulis dalam blog tanpa memikirkan apakah kesannya kepada orang lain. Janganlah kita menulis dengan lintang pukang dan tidak tentu hala.

Menulis, bukan mudah, bahkan bermaklumat dan bermuamalat dengan masyarakat.

Anak Buah Kesayangan Pak Long Dan Mak Long

Saturday, December 9, 2006



Nama : Ahmad Akhfash Bin Luqmanul Hakim

Walid : Luqmanul Hakim Bin Ab Rahman

Ummi : Norazizah Bte Suneiy

Ahmad Akhfash adalah anak saudara kami yang pertama. Juga merupakan cucu sulong dalam keluarga.Kelahiran akhfash menjadikan kami seorang mak cik dan pak cik.Akhfash lahir pada 27 Mei 2006.Kini akhfash sudah berusia hampir 6 bulan.Untuk mendapat keterangan lebih lanjut berkenaan Ahmad Akhfash,sila layari Laman ini http://abuakhfash.blogspot.com
  • Wahai Anakandaku :
  • "Dunia ini ibarat pentas. Kita adalah pelakonnya. Maka berlumba-lumbalah beramal supaya hidup bahagia di dunia dan akhirat"
  • "Kehidupan kita di dunia ini tidak menjanjikan satu jaminan yang berkekalan. Apa yang ada hanyalah percubaan, cabaran dan pelbagai peluang. Jaminan yang kekal abadi hanya dapat ditemui apabila kita kembali semula kepada Ilahi."
  • "Jadikan dirimu bagai pohon yang rendang di mana insan dapat berteduh. Jangan seperti pohon kering tempat sang pungguk melepas rindu dan hanya ayak dibuat kayu api."
  • "Tanda Orang Bijaksana Ialah Hatinya Selalu Berniat Suci; Lidahnya Selalu Basah Dengan Zikrullah; Matanya Menangis Kerana Penyesalan (Terhadap Dosa); Sabar Terhadap Perkara Yang Dihadapi Dan Mengutamakan Akhirat Berbanding Dunia."
Semoga anakanda menjadi anak yang soleh dan mampu berjuang menegakkan kalimah Allah di muka bumi ini.