Assalamualaikum warahmatullahi wa barakatuh...

Hopefully, we are in the pink of health with His redha and rahmat...Amiin...Alhamdulillah, i have finished my assignments.^_^... its quite a tired night, struggling to finish it before Subuh.. migraine and internal problems come to hit me everytime...but, Alhamdulillah, i have successfully done it...Thanks to Allah.alhamdulillah...em, i need a good rest..rase nak qadar tido untuk 2 hari kem sblum ni..huhuhu. spt yg dijagkakan..pnt sgt2..........hbs sakit 1 bdn sbb dikerah panjat bukit n menempuh perjlnn pnjg dlm htn 3 jam kot..tp sbnrnye byk sgt pglaman yg saye dpt dr perjlnn tu..th camane nak ikhtiar hidup if  kite lost dlm hutan ke,mcm2 la..n i got the best part dlm hutan tu.. the beauty of Allah's creations around me...a beautiful and calmness scenery with the green leaves ..subhanallah...                                     

..these are the signs of Allah...the perfect sign of The Existence of Allah...

i had so much joy exploring the jungle with my beloved friends...^_^


whatever we do, we need to be sincere so that we could get allah's blessing
On the authority of Omar bin Al-Khattab, who said : I heared the messenger of Allah salla Allah u alihi wa sallam say :
"Actions are but by intention and every man shall have but that which he intended. Thus he whose migration was for Allah and His messenger, his migration was for Allah and His messenger, and he whose migration was to achieve some worldly benefit or to take some woman in marriage, his migration was for that for which he migrated." related by Bukhari and Muslim
wallahualam....salam..
with love n du'a
fatma haniza

MGT 417

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CS, SE, IS, IT, & Customer Venn Diagram where functionality spans left and design spans right stemming from discovery.
Information System (or IS) is historically defined as a 'bridge' anchored between the business world and computer science, but this discipline is slowly evolving towards a well-defined science.[1] In a very broad sense, the term information system is frequently used to refer to the interaction between people, algorithmic processes, data and technology. In this sense, the term is used to refer not only to the information and communication technology (ICT) an organization uses, but also to the way in which people interact with this technology in support of business processes [2].
Some make a clear distinction between information systems, ICT and business processes. Information systems are distinct from information technology in that an information system is typically seen as having an ICT component. Information systems are also different from business processes. Information systems help to control the performance of business processes [3].
Alter argues for an information system as a special type of work system. A work system is a system in which humans and/or machines perform work using resources (including ICT) to produce specific products and/or services for customers. An information system is a work system whose activities are devoted to processing (capturing, transmitting, storing, retrieving, manipulating and displaying) information [4].
Part of the difficulty in defining the term information system is due to vagueness in the definition of related terms such as system and information. Beynon-Davies argues for a clearer terminology based in systemics and semiotics. He defines an information system as an example of a system concerned with the manipulation of signs. An information system is a type of socio-technical system. An information system is a mediating construct between actions and technology [5].
As such, information systems inter-relate with data systems on the one hand and activity systems on the other. An information system is a form of communication system in which data represent and are processed as a form of social memory. An information system can also be considered a semi-formal language which supports human decision making and action.
Information systems are the primary focus of study for the information systems discipline and for organisational informatics[6].

The Two-Database Approach
When developing multiuser database solutions with Access, you may find it helpful to split your objects into two databases. This approach offers many advantages. These two databases are known as the front-endback-end database. database and the
The front-end database has three basic characteristics:
  • It contains non-data objects, such as saved queries, forms, reports, macros, and modules. It can also contain additional objects created by the user for personal use.
  • It serves as an area for managing temporary objects. Most multiuser solutions perform some type of data access that is temporary in nature: creating tables with transient data, for example.
  • You distribute a copy for each user to run from his or her workstation.
The back-end database contains the tables that hold your solution's data. The tables in this database are accessed by your solution through links in the front-end database. Figure 16.1 illustrates the two-database approach.
Figure 16.1 The Two-Database Approach

If you know from the beginning that you intend to split your solution into two database files, you can develop it with this in mind. Or you can keep tables and objects together in the same file and split them only when you're finished with development and are ready to distribute the solution. The easiest way to split a solution after creating its objects is to use the Database Splitter Wizard.
To split an Access solution after creating its objects
  1. On the Tools menu, point to Add-ins, and then click Database Splitter.
  2. Follow the instructions in the dialog boxes that appear.
The Database Splitter Wizard creates a new, empty back-end database. It moves all tables in the current database to the new back-end database, preserving table relationships and properties. The current database is now the front-end database. The wizard then links each table in the back-end database to the front-end database. For information about linking tables by using ADO code, see Chapter 14, "Working with the Data Access Components of an Office Solution."
The links used by linked tables in the front-end database are based on the location of the back-end database. If users move the back-end database to a different location, the links will fail. If the current links are broken, you can automate the process of linking tables for your users by prompting them for the path to the back-end database when they start your solution. Then you can refresh the links to your solution's tables. For an example of how to do this, see the RefreshLinks procedure in Chapter 14, "Working with the Data Access Components of an Office Solution" (the procedure can also be found in the CreateDatabase module in the DataAccess.mdb sample file, which is available in the ODETools\V9\Samples\OPG\Samples\CH14 subfolder on the Office 2000 Developer CD-ROM).
The advantages of using the two-database approach in a multiuser environment are as follows:
  • By storing the front-end database on the user's workstation, there is no contention for temporary objects, such as creating a temporary table, because only one user has the front-end database open.
  • By storing application-specific objects that are typically static in nature on the user's workstation, the amount of network traffic that occurs while your solution runs is minimized.

The Story So Far

April 15, 2002 12:00 PM ET
Computerworld - Fifty years ago, data management was simple. Data processing meant running millions of punched cards through banks of sorting, collating and tabulating machines, with the results being printed on paper or punched onto still more cards. And data management meant physically storing and hauling around all those punched cards.

That began to change in 1951, when Remington Rand Inc.'s Univac I computer offered a magnetic tape drive that could input hundreds of records per second. In 1956, IBM rolled out the first disk drive, the Model 305 RAMAC. The drive had 50 platters, each 2 ft. in diameter, that could hold a total of 5MB of data. With disks, data could be accessed at random, not just sequentially, as with cards and tape.

But for decades, most firms had only used data in batch runs for accounting, and it took time for an idea like navigating through data to catch on.

Data Management Is Born

In 1961, Charles Bachman at General Electric Co. developed the first successful database management system. Bachman's integrated data store (IDS) featured data schemas and logging. But it ran only on GE mainframes, could use only a single file for the database, and all generation of data tables had to be hand-coded.

One customer, BF Goodrich Chemical Co., eventually had to rewrite the entire system to make it usable, calling the result integrated data management system (IDMS).

In 1968, IBM rolled out IMS, a hierarchical database for its mainframes. In 1973, Cullinane Corp. (later called Cullinet Software Inc.) began selling a much-enhanced version of Goodrich's IDMS and was on its way to becoming the largest software company in the world at that time.

Meanwhile, IBM researcher Edgar F. "Ted" Codd was looking for a better way to organize databases. In 1969, Codd came up with the idea of a relational database, organized entirely in flat tables. IBM put more people to work on the project, code-named System/R, in its San Jose labs. However, IBM's commitment to IMS kept System/R from becoming a product until 1980.

But at the University of California, Berkeley in 1973, Michael Stonebraker and Eugene Wong used published information on System/R to begin work on their own relational database. Their Ingres project would eventually be commercialized by Oracle Corp., Ingres Corp. and other Silicon Valley vendors. And in 1976, Honeywell Inc. shipped Multics Relational Data Store, the first commercial relational database.

By the late 1960s, a new kind of database software was being developed: decision support systems (DSS), designed to let managers put data to better use in their decision-making. The first commercial online analytical processing tool, Express, became available in 1970. Other DSS systems followed, many developed inside corporate IT departments.

In 1985, the first "business intelligence" system was developed for Procter & Gamble Co. by Metaphor Computer Systems Inc. to link sales information and retail scanner data. That same year, Pilot Software Inc. began selling Command Center, the first commercial client/server executive information system.

Also that year, back at Berkeley, the Ingres project had mutated into Postgres, with a goal of developing an object-oriented database. The next year, Graphael Inc. shipped Gbase, the first commercial object database.

In 1988, IBM researchers Barry Devlin and Paul Murphy coined the term information warehouse, and IT shops began building experimental data warehouses. In 1991, W.H. "Bill" Inmon made data warehouses practical when he published a how-to guide, Building the Data Warehouse (John Wiley & Sons).

With the widespread adoption of PC-based client/server computing and packaged enterprise software in the 1990s, the transformation of data management was complete. It was no longer just storing and maintaining data, but slicing, dicing and serving it up in whatever ways users demanded.

And now, on with the story. . . .

1951: The Univac uses magnetic tape as well as punched cards for data storage.

1956: IBM introduces first magnetic hard disk drive in its Model 305 RAMAC.

1961: Charles Bachman at GE develops the first database management system, IDS.

1968: IBM offers the IMS hierarchical database for System/360 mainframes.
1951: Univac uses magnetic tape as well as punched cards for data 
storage.
1951: Univac uses magnetic tape as well as punched cards for data storage.
1969: Edgar F. "Ted" Codd invents the relational 
database.
1969: Edgar F. "Ted" Codd invents the relational database.


1969: Edgar F. “Ted” Codd invents the relational database.

1973: Cullinane, led by John J. Cullinane, ships IDMS, a network-model database for IBM mainframes.

1976: Honeywell ships Multics Relational Data Store, the first commercial relational database.


1979: Oracle introduces the first commercial SQL relational database management system.

1983: IBM introduces DB2.

1985: The first business intelligence system is designed for Procter & Gamble.

1991: W.H. “Bill” Inmon publishes Building the Data Warehouse.
1991: W.H. "Bill" Inmon publishes Building the Data 
Warehouse.
1991: W.H. "Bill" Inmon publishes Building the Data Warehouse.

HOW MUSLIMS DRESS?
Allah makes a natural covering for all His creatures but not for His best creation: the human being. Instead, Allah tells us why and how we should clothe ourselves. Then Allah leaves us to choose whether to obey.
True Muslims always choose to obey Allah's commands.


The Noble Qur'an says:


“O children of Adam! We have sent clothing to you to cover the shameful parts of your body and to serve as a protection and decoration; but the best clothing is the clothing of piety” [7:26]




WHY COVER?









In Islam, dress has 4 functions.


1. COVERING


Dress conceals the private parts of the body that are called 'aurah in Islam. Muslims do not expose what Allah commands to be kept private. Allah forbids nudity.


2. PROTECTION


"And (Allah) has made garments to protect you from the heat (and cold)... " [16:81]


Dress protects the body from the weather; or heat, cold, wind and rain.


People living in desert region cover their heads and faces to prevent sand carrying living microorganisms entering their ears, noses, eyes and mouths.


3. ADORNMENT


Dress is worn to adorn and beautify the human personality, bestowing on it dignity.


Allah is Beautiful and He loves beauty.[Sahih Muslim]


4. MORAL FUNCTION


Islamic dress helps safeguard the modesty and decency of a person and the moral ideal of society, where sex is permitted only in marriage.


There is a deep impact which outer modesty makes on inner spiritual well-being. Also, inner spirituality is reflected on one's appearance.


In Islam, both men and women should be custodians of the morality and society.


What Allah says in the Noble Qur'an :


-Modesty of Men


"Say to the believing men that they should lower their gaze and guard their modesty; that will make for greater purity for them: and Allah is well acquainted with all that they do."[24:30]




-Modesty of women and their dress in public


"And say to the believing women that they should lower their gaze and guard their modesty; that they should not display their beauty and ornaments (in public) beyond what may decently be apparent. Hence, let them draw their head-coverings over their bosoms. And let them not display (more of) their charms to any but their husbands, or their father,..."[24:31]


-Protection for women


"O Prophet! Tell your wives, daughters and the believing woman that they should draw their outer garments (hijab), over their persons (when in public). That is more proper that they should be recognized (as decent women) and not molested." [33:59]


When should Muslims be dressed best?


"O cildren of Adam! Wear your beautiful apparel at every time and place of prayer." [7:31]




ISLAMIC DRESS : An Identity, not a uniform!


Islam, being a universal religion, has not set any particular form or style of dress. All manner of dress is acceptable as long as certain guidelines are followed. These guidelines apply to both men and women.
WHAT TO COVER?


Islamic dress must cover the 'aurah. 'Aurah is the parts of the body which cannot be exposed to others. Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) defined 'aurah.


'Aurah is different for men and women.


A man's 'aurah extends from his navel to his knees. Most men choose to cover more than this minimum requirement. A woman's 'aurah outside her home and/or in the presence of non-mahram (not close relatives) men is her whole body except her face, hands and feet. Some scholars also include her feet. The head covering or hijab is a command of Allah. The face-veil or niqab is not a requirement, but some Muslim women choose to wear it for greater modesty, out of conviction that Islam requires it, or because of cultural tradition.


Muslim women are not permitted to cover their faces during prayer, while performing the pilgrimage rites in Mecca, when giving legal testimony, or when identification is crucial for security purposes. In her home, Muslim women may uncover their heads, arms, feet and legs below the knees. And in privacy with her husband, no part of her needs to be covered.


HOW TO COVER?


The Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) admonished:
" Do not appear naked while fully clothed."[Bukhari]


Dress should not be transparent, showing the skin or so tight-fitting that it reveals the shape and sexual contours of the body. Loose-fitting clothes make prayer easier to perform.Dress should not be so outlandish or glamorous that it is provocative. However, Muslims may be as provocatively dressed (or undressed) as they like when they are with their spouses in private.


GENDER-APPROPRIATE


Men are not allowed to dress (and behave) like women, or as women. They are forbidden to wear pure silk and gold. Muslim men must be manly!


Likewise, women should not imitate men in dress (and behaviour too). Muslim women are feminine. Islam sets distinct and complementary roles for men and women in harmony with the natural disposition of goodness (fitrah) that Allah created them with.


Gender-appropriate dressing helps men and women fulfill their roles better.


MEN IN WHITE, WOMEN IN BLACK


In Islam, there is no "holy" colours. Islam does not require women to be always dressed in black or blue in public. This is cultural tradition practiced in some Muslim countries, or a rule imposed by certain Muslims authorities so as to enforce greater morality. Darker colours are worn because they conceal better.


Muslim men need not always wear white. The Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) wore clothes of various colours. However he recommended that white clothes be worn on Fridays and other assemblies.


"The purity and simple beauty of white befits the honour and dignity of man" [An Nasa'i]


The Prophet (pbuh) also grew a beard and often wore a turban on his head. Muslim men, out of their love for the Prophet, emulate him not only in character and conduct but also in dress and grooming.




HUMILITY AND THANKFULNESS


The Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) said : “Allah likes to see the signs of His bounties on His servants. “ [Tirmidhi]


He also said: “ Eat, drink, wear clothes, and give charity without extravagance and conceit.” [Bukhari]


Allah has not forbidden fine clothes, unless worn in arrogance and wastefulness. Allah’s bounty should not be flaunted lest it provokes envy and ill-feeling. Humility before The Creator and fellow human beings is a virtue. It’s difficult to be humble when one is decked in thousand dollar suits! However, Allah also dislikes slovenliness as a pretentious show of one’s poverty. Moderation and simplicity is always the preferred way.


THE LIBERATED MUSLIM WOMAN (AND MAN)


Islamic dress does not degrade or oppress women. Rather, it gives them dignity because it protects them from exploitation as sexual objects, and enslavement by the fashion, cosmetics, film and advertising industries. Dignity and protection, together with many rights that Islam grants women (which modern world has recognized only in the last 60 years) guarantees the high status of women in Islam. The incorrect practice of Islam in many Muslim countries does not represent TRUE ISLAM. Regrettably, the movie industry has now begun to blatantly exploit male sexuality. Islamic dress also preserves men’s dignity.




THE MUSLIM IDENTITY


Muslim men and women who dress as Allah commands them present an image of dignity, modesty and morality. This is the Muslim identity, unmistakably recognized anywhere in the world. Obey Allah and be loved by Him!


By: Fatima Ebrahim Munshi


So, friends, lets check ourselves, let’s correct ourselves so we can get Allah’s love.
wallahualam..


with love and dua'a
~fatma haniza~

PROPHET MUHAMMAD (PBUH) BIOGRAPHY: THE MODEL OF GOODNESS








The behavior and personality of Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) are the best examples to follow in Life. A companion of his, who spent full ten years with him, has said:


"Throughout my stay with him I never heard an indecent word from his lips and never found him rude to anyone. Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) spoke very politely. Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) was kind to everyone."


Although Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) was the Prophet of Allah and had been appointed by Allah to guide the people, yet he was not ashamed of doing his work with his own hands. Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) assisted the members of his family in household work and performed the jobs of other persons with great pleasure. Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) mended his clothes and shoes. He also took part in the construction of Masjid al-Nabi in Medina along with his companions.


His dress was always clean, though simple. Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) was very mindful of cleanliness. Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) washed his hands and mouth before and after taking his meals.


Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) was so kind and generous that he never refused a reasonable request of any person. Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) often distributed edibles among others and went without meals himself. Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) always helped the needy and the poor and went to the houses of the sick to enquire after their health.


Whenever he met anyone he said, 'Salamun Alaikum'. Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) always spoke with a smiling face.


Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) was a model of all the virtues and qualities of a believer described in the Noble Qur'an. None can describe him better than Allah who has said he possessed the noblest character.


"Certainly you have in the Messenger of Allah an excellent exemplar for him who hopes in Allah and the latter day and remembers Allah much." Noble Qur'an (33:21)


"And thou (Muhammad) (standest) on an exalted standard of character." Noble Qur'an (68:4)


"And We have not sent you but as a mercy to the worlds." Noble Qur'an (21:107)


Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) has said, "I have been sent only for the purpose of perfecting good morals".


Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) has said, "The best of you are those who have the best morals".


Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) has said, "You cannot treat people by means of your wealth; hence, you should treat them by means of your moral conduct".


Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) has said, "The most (important) things that cause people to reach Heaven are divine piety and a good temper".




PROPHET MUHAMMAD (PBUH) BIOGRAPHY: KINDNESS AND FORGIVENESS








More than 1400 years ago in Arabia the people were living very much in fear. They feared their neighbors. They feared other tribes. They even feared their idols. For this was the time before Islam. The Arabs were worshipping idols. In their ignorance they would bury their newly born daughters alive. As Islam began to spread among Arabs such cruel practices stopped. Islam taught love and peace. It taught kindness and respect.


Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) himself was a very kind and loving person. Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) treated every one, young and old, with kindness and respect.


Because Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) was spreading the word of Allah. And he was changing, for better, the lives of many Arabs and because some Arabs felt that by the teaching of Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) their old idols were losing power they disliked Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) and planned to kill him. Every time they tried to kill him, they failed. This angered the enemies of Islam even more. So they began to harass him in every way they knew.


One old woman made a habit of throwing rubbish on Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) whenever he passed from her house. Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) had to pass that house daily on the way to the mosque. Even when the old woman threw rubbish on him, he would pass silently without showing any anger or annoyance. This was a regular, daily event.


One day when Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) was passing by the woman was not there to throw the rubbish. Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) stopped and asked the neighbor about her well-being. The neighbor informed the Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) that the woman was sick on bed. The Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) politely asked permission to visit the woman. When allowed he entered the house, the woman thought that he had come there to take his revenge when she was unable to defend herself because of sickness. But the Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) assured her that he had come to her, not to take any revenge, but to see her and to look after her needs, as it was the command of Allah that if any one is sick, a Muslim should visit him and should help him if his help is needed.


The old woman was greatly moved by this kindness and love of Prophet Muhammad (pbuh). By the example of greatness of Prophet Muhammad (pbuh), she understood that he was truly the Prophet of Allah and Islam was the true religion. She accepted Islam at once.






PROPHET MUHAMMAD (PBUH) BIOGRAPHY: THE HELPLESS IDOL




It was hardly three years since the people of Madina had embraced Islam and had started to worship Allah. The young boys in the city were given a job to eradicate the worship of idols. Wherever they saw an idol, they destroyed it and set fire to it.


One day, the youths came to know that Omar bin Janab, the chief of Bani Salma tribe, had still preserved his idol and worshipped it. In order to impress upon him the uselessness of worshipping an idol made of wood, they removed it from his place and threw it down a pit. The chief of Bani Salma tribe, on tracing the idol to where it was lying brought it back, washed it and kept it in its original place. But the next day again it was removed and thrown into the pit.


The chief of Bani Salma tribe was very much disturbed at this or the last he brought home this idol and cleaned it. He then put his sword around its neck and said to the idol: "If henceforth anybody comes to you, promptly take action and kill him with the sword."


On the next day, the idol was again missing. This time he found it tied to a dead body of a dog. There was no effect at all of the sword which he had tied around the neck of the idol. This incident made him lose faith in his man-made wooden idol. He abandoned the idol worship altogether. On becoming a Muslim, he uttered a poem as under:


"Alas O my idol! If you were my God, you would not have reached this stage and I would not have seen you in the pit along with a dead dog. I have now put my faith in the Almighty Allah, from Whom come all blessings. It is He Who has freed me from darkness of ignorance."


This is one of the examples of how the young Muslim volunteers of Medina helped the Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) in putting an end to idol worship and spread the true message of Islam.




PROPHET MUHAMMAD (PBUH) BIOGRAPHY: THE ONE WHO SEEKS TO BE INDEPENDENT




One of the companions of the Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) once found himself in severe poverty. His wife advised him to go to the Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) and request his help.


The man approached the Prophet Muhammad (pbuh), but as soon as the Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) eyes fell upon the man, he said:


If a person seeks something from me, I shall certainly grant it to him, but if he were to exhibit himself as being self-sufficient and free from want, Allah shall make him affluent.


Hearing this, the man said to himself, The Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) has intended me by this speech of his.


Without uttering a word, he returned home and narrated the incident to his wife.


His wife said, The Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) is also human; explain your dilemma to him and see what he has to say.


The man returned to the Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) for the second time but heard the same sentence from him and again came back home without saying a word.


When this was repeated for the third time, the man borrowed a pickaxe from one of his friends and set off towards the mountains. Throughout the day he worked hard to gather firewood, which he sold for some flour and that night, he and his wife had bread for dinner.


The next day, he worked harder and collected more firewood and this continued for several days till he was able to purchase a pickaxe for himself.


After some period, as a result of his hard work, he managed to purchase two camels and a slave, and slowly became one of the affluent ones.


One day, arriving before the Prophet Muhammad (pbuh), he narrated to him the events of his life and the effect of his words, whereupon the Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) responded:


I had said (before): "One who seeks to be independent (of others), Allah shall make him independent."


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assalamualaikum everyone..hurm...i just got hello from one of my partners life..huhu..leh dipanggil pasangan hidup la kot..sbb saye anggap all my shbt is my partners life..i luv you all more than i said..huhu..jiwang.hampir 1 jam kitorang bergayut..biasa la,pas 12 mlm murah sikit..hihihi.
then there are lot things we have been story mory..till one topic yg saye rase agk tak sdp didengar...n saye perasan bkn die sorang je yg suka ungkapkan kate2 ni,tp ramai lg wanita yg selalu sy dengar kate2 ni...
"sye tak cantik mcm die tu...mane la ade org nak..dah la hitam..gemuk,pastu pendek lak tu..tambah ngn jerawat lg..mane ade org laki pandang.."

hurm...penting ke kcntikan fizikal?sampai akhirnye kite tak sdr kite sbnrnye mengeluh2 ciptaan ilahi..nauzubillah..manusia dah diciptakan Allah sebaik2,secantik2 kejadian..menjadi keutamaan pd kite untuk sntiasa bersyukur dan mensyukuri nikmat Allah..
saye sgt suka berkongsi sebuah riwayat hadis yg sahih mengenai salah seoarang wanita penghuni syurga.subhanallah....sgt2 sye suka n harap semua terutama wanita dpt amik iktibar drpada riwayat hadis ni..insyaAllah..Dari Atha bin Abi Rabah, ia berkata, Ibnu Abbas berkata padaku,
“Mhaukah aku tunjukkan seorang wanita penghuni surga?”

Aku menjawab, “Ya”

Ia berkata, “Wanita hitam itulah yang datang kepada Nabi shallallahu ‘alaihi wa sallam lalu berkata, ‘Aku menderita penyakit ayan (epilepsi) dan auratku tersingkap (saat penyakitku kambuh). Doakanlah untukku agar Allah Menyembuhkannya.’

Nabi shallallahu ‘alaihi wa sallam berkata, ‘Jika engkau mahu, engkau bersabar dan syurga menantimu, dan jika engkau mahu, aku akan mendoakanmu agar Allah Menyembuhkanmu.’

Wanita itu menjawab, ‘Aku pilih untuk bersabar.’ Lalu ia melanjutkan perkataannya, ‘Tatkala penyakit ayan menimpaku, auratku terbuka, doakanlah agar auratku tidak tersingkap.’

Maka Nabi pun mendoakannya.” (HR. Bukhari dan Muslim)

saye jumpa hadis ni dlm muslimah.or.id.
subhanallah..betapa berbahagianya perempuan hitam itu td kerana telah dijanjikan syurga untuknya ats sikap taat dan sabar dgn ujian yg Allah bg..
ape yg menghantarkannya ke syurga?adakah kerana wanita tu cantik,jelita,atau mukanya licin,n fizikal yg menarik?tak...bkn sbb kcntikan..bahkan Ibnu Abbas menyebutnya sbgai wanita berkulit hitam..yg mungkin dlm msyarakat tak ada harganya n tak dipandang pun,tp meraih kedudukan mulia menurut pndgn Allah dan Rasul..bahkan kcntikan yg terpancar dr hatinya yg menghantarknnya ke kedudukan yg mulia..
kcntikan fizikal bknlah sgalnya..betapa sebenarnya kcntikan fizikal la yg byak menghantarkan wanita ke neraka..nauzubillahiminzalik..
jd shbtku..yg baru je tel sye td n shbt muslimah yg lain,bgaimana pun rupa kita,bagaimanapun fizikal kita jgn sekali2 rendah diri..bersyukurlah dgn sgla nikmat yg Allah anugerahkan kpd kita..the most important is,cantikkanlah iman kita..cantikkanlah hati dan akhlak kita..cantik di hadapan Allah lbh mulia dripada cntik di mata manusia..rite??(^^)
wallahualam..

with love and du'a
~fatma haniza~

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I am not a great writer, not a good thinker, though a good adviser. But I do have a mission, sharing what I have with all of you and remind you to do a good thing in life in order to get ALLAH’s blessing. My blog is dedicated to those whose always forget who they are exactly,where we come from,for what we are created,and where we will be at the end of the day. special Thanks to Mr Harun,my lect MGT 417. Because of him, this blog is created. This blog actually is one part of my assignment. I bet if not because of the assignment I don’t think I will create a blog. Huhuhuhu. At first I was confused to choose a topic to be put in this blog. But lastly I think that a blog is a good medium to share the idea and opinion about anything especially Islam, religion and to remind all the muslim about the great of islam. Wallahua’alm.

may ALLAH forgive us, and may ALLAH make his religion in our hearts and may ALLAH let us die as muslims, may ALLAH make us among those who are going to meet in his Janatul. Amin.. May ALLAH let us be with those we love for the sake of ALLAH.

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I wish to share some simple words from my heart to your heart for the sake of Allah. May we always seek Allah's love & redha, and may Allah shower our lives with His light and His LOVE so that our thoughts, speech and actions will be correct,insyaAllah. May Allah always forgive us and grant us a sense of humility and humanity. Laa haulawala quwwata illa billa hil alyyil aadzim. Thank you very much from my heart for visiting my blog.

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