f++f+ Muslimah Mujahidah Solehah: June 2012
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Saturday, 30 June 2012

wahai imamku

 
~*•.Wahai Calon Imamku,Takkan Habis Ku Berdo'a Jadi Kekasih Halalmu.•*~


بِسْــــــــــــــــمِ اﷲِالرَّحْمَنِ اارَّحِيم

*•Yaa Rabbi•*´¯)Ajarilah kami bagaimana memberi sebelum meminta,berfikir sebelum bertindak,santun dalam berbicara,tenang ketika gundah,diam ketika emosi melanda,bersabar dalam setiap ujian.Jadikanlah kami orang yg selembut Abu Bakar Ash-Shiddiq,sebijaksana Umar bin Khattab,sedermawan Utsman bin Affan,sepintar Ali bin Abi Thalib,sesederhana Bilal,setegar Khalid bin Walid radliallahu'anhumღAmiin ya Rabbal'alamin.

Duhai kamu yang tercipta dari tulang rusukku.Di belahan Bumi manapun kamu berada.

Bagiku kau bunga, tak mampu aku samakanmu dengan bunga terindah sekalipun.

Bagiku manusia adalah makhluk yang terindah, tersempurna, dan tertinggi.

Bagiku dirimu salah satu dari semua itu, kerananya kau tak membutuhkan persamaan.

Jangan pernah biarkan aku menatapmu penuh, kerana akan membuatku mengingatmu.

Berarti memenuhi kepalaku dengan inginkanmu.

Berimbas pada tersusunnya gambarmu dalam tiap dinding khayalku.

Membuatku inginkanmu sepenuh hati, seluruh jiwa, sesemangat mentari.

Kasihanilah dirimu jika harus hadir dalam khayalku yang masih penuh Lumpur.
Karena sesungguhnya dirimu terlalu suci.

Berdua menghabiskan waktu denganmu bagaikan mimpi tak berujung.

Ada ingin tapi tak ada henti.Menyentuhmu merupakan ingin diri, berkelebat selalu, meski ujung penutupmu pun tak berani kusentuh.

Jangan pernah kalah dengan mimpi dan inginku karena sucimu kau pertaruhkan.

Mungkin kau tak peduli,
Tapi kau hanya menjadi wanita biasa di hadapanku bila kau kalah..Dan tak lebih dari wanita biasa.

Jangan pernah kau tatapku penuh,
Bahkan tak perlu kau lirikkan matamu untuk melihatku.

Bukan kerana aku terlalu Indah, tapi kerana aku seorang yang masih kotor.

Aku biasa memakai topeng keindahan pada wajah burukku, mengenakan pakaian sutra emas.

Meniru laku para ustadz, meski hatiku lebih kotor dari lumpur.

Kau memang suci tapi masih sangat mungkin kau termanipulasi..Kerana toh kau hanya manusia - hanya wanita.

Beri sepenuh diri pada Sang Lelaki suci yang dengan sepenuh hati membawamu ke hadapan Tuhanmu.

Untuknya dirimu ada, itu kata otakku, terukir dalam kitab suci, tak perlu dipikir lagi.

Tunggu Sang Lelaki itu menjemputmu, dalam rangkaian khitbah dan akad yang indah.

Atau kejar Sang Lelaki suci itu, kerana itu adalah hakmu, seperti dicontohkan Ibunda Khadijah.

Jangan ada ragu, jangan ada malu, semua terukir dalam kitab suci.

Bariskan harapanmu pada Istikharah sepenuh hati ikhlas.

Relakan Allah pilihkan lelaki suci untukmu, mungkin sekarang atau nanti bahkan mungkin tak ada sampai kau mati.

Mungkin itu berarti dirimu terlalu suci untuk semua lelaki di fana saat ini.

Mungkin lelaki suci itu menanti di Istana kekalmu, yang kau bangun dengan segala kekhusyu’an tangis do’amu.

Pilihan Allah tak selalu seindah inginmu, tapi itu pilihan_Nya.Tak ada yang lebih baik dari pilihan Allah.

Mungkin kebaikan itu bukan pada lelaki yang terpilih itu, melainkan pada jalan yang kau pilih,seperti kisah seorang wanita suci di masa lalu yang meminta ke-Islam-an sebagai mahar pernikahannya.

Atau mungkin kebaikan itu terletak pada keikhlasanmu menerima keputusan Sang Kekasih Tertinggi.

Kekasih tempat kita memberi semua cinta dan menerima cinta dalam setiap denyut nadi kita.

Disini aku selalu merindumu dlm stiap buTir air mata doa cinta.Membisu dalam diam penantian suci untukmu..untuk jodohku yang masih menjadi rahsia Allah.

Semoga semuakan indah pada masanya...Dalam dakapan hangat cinta_NYA.sebelum engkau halal bagiku,Aku tidak ingin mencintaimu aku takut Allah cemburu padamu,aku tidak ingin menuntut apa2 darimu,kerana aku tahu aku bukan siapa2 untukmu aku bukan orang baik tapi aku ingin berbuat baik agar aku pantas untuk engkau jodohku yg baik,engkau yang dipilih Allah yang sudah ditulis dalam Loh Mahfudz semoga engkau boleh membimbingku dengan mencintaimu,namun tak melebihi cinta ku pada Allah,aku adalah tulang rusukmu yg bengkok maka berhati-hatilah denganku,aku boleh saja terus membengkok jika engkau tidak mengajarkan ku kepada apa2 yg ma'ruf menurut Allah..

Rasullulah SAW bersabda “Nasihatilah perempuan dengan cara yang baik! Perempuan itu diciptakan dari tulang rusuk, sementara yang paling bengkok itu bahagian teratasnya.

Jika engkau berkeras meluruskannya, ia akan patah. Tetapi jika engkau membiarkannya, ia akan bengkok selamanya. Maka nasihatilah perempuan dengan cara yang baik!” (HR Bukhari, Muslim, Ibnu Abi Syaibah, dan Baihaqi)

Aku boleh menjadi lurus andai engkau mahu mengajakku kpd kebajikan,semoga engkau hadir disaat yg tepat..Sebelum Engkau Halal Bagiku...aku selalu merindumu dalam setiap butir air mata doa2 cinta ku,Membisu dalam diam penantian suci ku untukmu..

Duhai Yang ALLAH pilihkan untukku.Semoga semua Kan indah pada masanya...Dalam dakapan hangat cintaNYA..kuyakin Andainya kaulah jodohku yang tertulis di Lauhul Mahfuz,Allah pasti akan menanamkan rasa kasih dalam hatiku juga hatimu. Itu janji Allah.Akan tetapi, selagi kita tidak diikat dengan ikatan yang Halal, selagi itu jangan dibazirkan perasaan itu, kerana kita masih tidak mempunyai hak untuk berbuat begitu.

Juga jangan melampaui batas yang telah Allah tetapkan.. ku amat takut Allah murka terhadapku..

Rasulullah saw. bersabda: Sesungguhnya Allah itu cemburu dan orang yang beriman juga cemburu. Kecemburuan Allah, yaitu jika orang mukmin melakukan apa yang diharamkan. (Hadis riwayat Abu Hurairah ra.,)

Ku kan tetap menantimu dengan segenap jiwa dan ragaku.. Ku kan menjaganya untukmu..

Bagi Ku cinta kerana Allah tak kan pernah sia-sia kerana hanya janji_NYA lah yang pasti,

“Wanita-wanita yang keji adalah untuk laki-laki yang keji, dan laki-laki yang keji adalah buat wanita-wanita yang keji (pula), dan wanita-wanita yang baik adalah untuk laki-laki yang baik dan laki-laki yang baik adalah untuk wanita-wanita yang baik (pula).”(An Nur : 26).

Monday, 25 June 2012

Fatimah Binti Muhammad

 
Fatimah was the fifth child of Muhammad and Khadijah. She was born at a time when her noble father had begun to spend long periods in the solitude of mountains around Makkah, meditating and reflecting on the great mysteries of creation. This was the time, before the Bithah, when her eldest sister Zaynab was married to her cousin, al-Aas ibn ar Rabiah. Then followed the marriage of her two other sisters, 
Ruqayyah and Umm Kulthum, to the sons of Abu Lahab, a paternal uncle of the Prophet. Both Abu Lahab and his wife Umm Jamil turned out to be flaming enemies of the Prophet from the very beginning of his public mission. The little Fatimah thus saw her sisters leave home one after the other to live with their husbands. She was too young to understand the meaning of marriage and the reasons why her sisters had to leave home. She loved them dearly and was sad and lonely whe n they left. It is said that a certain silence and painful sadness came over her then. Of course, even after the marriage of her sisters, she was not alone in the house of her parents. Barakah, the maid-servant of Aminah, the Prophet's mother, who had been with the Prophet since his birth, Zayd ibn Harithah, and Ali, the young son of Abu Ta lib were all part of Muhammad's household at this time. And of course there was her loving mother, the lady Khadijah. In her mother and in Barakah, Fatimah found a great deal of solace and comfort. in Ali, who was about two years older than she, she found a "brother" and a friend who somehow took the place of her own brother al-Qasim who had died in his infancy. Her othe r brother Abdullah, known as the Good and the Pure, who was born after her, also died in his infancy. However in none of the people in her father's household did Fatimah find the carefree joy and happiness which she enjoyed with her sisters. She was an unusually sensitive child for her age. When she was five, she heard that her father had become Rasul Allah, the Messenger of God. His first task was to convey the good news of Islam to his family and close relations. They were to worship God Almighty alone. Her mother, who was a tower of str ength and support, explained to Fatimah what her father had to do. From this time on, she became more closely attached to him and felt a deep and abiding love for him. Often she would be at Iris side walking through the narrow streets and alleys of Makkah , visiting the Kabah or attending secret gatherings off, the early Muslims who had accepted Islam and pledged allegiance to the Prophet. One day, when she was not yet ten, she accompanied her father to the Masjid al-Haram. He stood in the place known as al-Hijr facing the Kabah and began to pray. Fatimah stood at his side. A group of Quraysh, by no means well-disposed to the Prophet, gathe red about him. They included Abu Jahl ibn Hisham, the Prophet's uncle, Uqbah ibn Abi Muayt, Umayyah ibn Khalaf, and Shaybah and Utbah, sons of Rabi'ah. Menacingly, the group went up to the Prophet and Abu Jahl, the ringleader, asked: "Which of you can bring the entrails of a slaughtered animal and throw it on Muhammad?" Uqbah ibn Abi Muayt, one of the vilest of the lot, volunteered and hurried off. He returned with the obnoxious filth and threw it on the shoulders of the Prophet, may God bless him and grant him peace, while he was still prostrating. Abdullah ibn Masud, a companion of the Prophet, was present but he was powerless to do or say anything. Imagine the feelings of Fatimah as she saw her father being treated in this fashion. What could she, a girl not ten years old, do? She went up to her father and removed the offensive matter and then stood firmly and angrily before the group of Quraysh thu gs and lashed out against them. Not a single word did they say to her. The noble Prophet raised his head on completion of the prostration and went on to complete the Salat. He then said: "O Lord, may you punish the Quraysh!" and repeated this imprecati on three times. Then he continued: "May You punish Utbah, Uqbah, Abu Jahl and Shaybah." (These whom he named were all killed many years later at the Battle of Badr) On another occasion, Fatimah was with the Prophet as he made; tawaf around the Kabah. A Quraysh mob gathered around him. They seized him and tried to strangle him with his own clothes. Fatimah screamed and shouted for help. Abu Bakr rushed to the scene a nd managed to free the Prophet. While he was doing so, he pleaded: "Would you kill a man who says, 'My Lord is God?'" Far from giving up, the mob turned on Abu Bakr and began beating him until blood flowed from his head and face. Such scenes of vicious opposition and harassment against her father and the early Muslims were witnessed by the young Fatimah. She did not meekly stand aside but joined in the struggle in defence of her father and his noble mission. She was still a young girl and instead of the cheerful romping, the gaiety and liveliness which children of her age are and should normally be accustomed to, Fatimah had to witness and participate in such ordeals. Of course, she was not alone in this. The whole of the Prophet's family suffered from the violent and mindless Quraysh. Her sisters, Ruqayyah and Umm Kulthum also suffered. They were living at this time in the very nest of hatred and intrigue against the Prophet. Their husbands were Utbah and Utaybah, sons of Abu Lahab and Umm Jamil. Umm Jamil was known to be a hard and harsh woman who had a sharp and evil tongue. It was mainly because of her that Khadijah was not pleased with the marriages of her daught ers to Umm Jamil's sons in the first place. It must have been painful for Ruqayyah and Umm Kulthum to be living in the household of such inveterate enemies who not only joined but led the campaign against theft father. As a mark of disgrace to Muhammad and his family, Utbah and Utaybah were prevailed upon by their parents to divorce their wives. This was part of the process of ostracizing the Prophet totally. The Prophet in fact welcomed his daughters back to his home w ith joy, happiness and relief. Fatimah, no doubt, must have been happy to be with her sisters once again. They all wished that their eldest sister, Zaynab, would also be divorced by her husband. In fact, the Quraysh brought pressure on Abu-l Aas to do so but he refused. When the Qurays h leaders came up to him and promised him the richest and most beautiful woman as a wife should he divorce Zaynab, he replied: "I love my wife deeply and passionately and I have a great and high esteem for her father even though I have not entered the religion of Islam." Both Ruqayyah and Umm Kulthum were happy to be back with their loving parents and to be rid of the unbearable mental torture to which they had been subjected in the house of Umm Jamil. Shortly afterwards, Ruqayyah married again, to the young and shy Uthma n ibn Allan who was among the first to have accepted Islam. They both left for Abyssinia among the first muhajirin who sought refuge in that land and stayed there for several years. Fatimah was not to see Ruqayyah again until after their mother had died.< P> The persecution of the Prophet, his family and his followers continued and even became worse after the migration of the first Muslims to Abyssinia. In about the seventh year of his mission, the Prophet and his family were forced to leave their homes and s eek refuge in a rugged little valley enclosed by hills on all sides and defile, which could only be entered from Makkah by a narrow path. To this arid valley, Muhammad and the clans of Banu Hashim and al-Muttalib were forced to retire with limited supplies of food. Fatimah was one of the youngest members of the clans -just about twelve years old - and had to undergo months of hardship and suffering. The wailing of hungry children and women in the valley could be heard from Makkah. The Quraysh allowed no food and contact with the Muslims whose hardship was only relieved somewhat during the season of pilgrimage. The boycott lasted for three years. When it was lifted, the Prophet had to face even more trials and difficulties. Khadijah, the faithful and loving, died shortly afterwards. With her death, the Prophet and his family lost one of the greatest sources of comfort and strength which h ad sustained them through the difficult period. The year in which the noble Khadijah, and later Abu Talib, died is known as the Year of Sadness. Fatimah, now a young lady, was greatly distressed by her mother's death. She wept bitterly and for some time was so grief-striken that her health deteriorated. It was even feared she might die of grief. Although her older sister, Umm Kulthum, stayed in the same household, Fatimah realized that she now had a greater responsibility with the passing away of her mother. She felt that she had to give even greater support to her father. With loving tendernes s, she devoted herself to looking after his needs. So concerned was she for his welfare that she came to be called "Umm Abi-ha the mother of her father". She also provided him with solace and comfort during times of trial, difficulty and crisis. Often the trials were too much for her. Once, about this time, an insolent mob heaped dust and earth upon his gracious head. As he entered his home, Fatimah wept profusely as she wiped the dust from her father's head. "Do not cry, my daughter," he said, "for God shall protect your father." The Prophet had a special love for Fatimah. He once said: "Whoever pleased Fatimah has indeed pleased God and whoever has caused her to be angry has indeed angered God. Fatimah is a part of me. Whatever pleases her pleases me and whatever angers her a ngers me." He also said: "The best women in all the world are four: the Virgin Mary, Aasiyaa the wife of Pharoah, Khadijah Mother of the Believers, and Fatimah, daughter of Muhammad." Fatimah thus acquired a place of love and esteem in the Prophet's heart that was o nly occupied by his wife Khadijah. Fatimah, may God be pleased with her, was given the title of "az-Zahraa" which means "the Resplendent One". That was because of her beaming face which seemed to radiate light. It is said that when she stood for Prayer, the mihrab would reflect the light of her countenance. She was also called "al-Batul" because of her asceticism. Instead of spending her time in the company of women, much of her time would be spent in Salat, in reading the Quran and in other acts of ibadah. Fatimah had a strong resemblance to her father, the Messenger of God. Aishah. the wife of the Prophet, said of her: "I have not seen any one of God's creation resemble the Messenger of God more in speech, conversation and manner of sitting than Fatimah, may God be pleased with her. When the Prophet saw her approaching, he would welcome her, stand up and kiss her, take her by the hand and sit her down in the place where he was sitting." She would do the same when the Prophet came to her. She would sta nd up and welcome him with joy and kiss him. Fatimah's fine manners and gentle speech were part of her lovely and endearing personality. She was especially kind to poor and indigent folk and would often give all the food she had to those in need even if she herself remained hungry. She had no cravin g for the ornaments of this world nor the luxury and comforts of life. She lived simply, although on occasion as we shall see circumstances seemed to be too much and too difficult for her. She inherited from her father a persuasive eloquence that was rooted in wisdom. When she spoke, people would often be moved to tears. She had the ability and the sincerity to stir the emotions, move people to tears and fill their hearts with praise and g ratitude to God for His grace and His inestimable bounties. Fatimah migrated to Madinah a few weeks after the Prophet did. She went with Zayd ibn Harithah who was sent by the Prophet back to Makkah to bring the rest of his family. The party included Fatimah and Umm Kulthum, Sawdah, the Prophet's wife, Zayd's wife Barakah and her son Usamah. Travelling with the group also were Abdullah the son of Abu Bakr who accompanied his mother and his sisters, Aishah and Asma. In Madinah, Fatimah lived with her father in the simple dwelling he had built adjoining the mosque. In the second year after the Hijrah, she received proposals of marriage through her father, two of which were turned down. Then Ali, the son of Abu Talib, plucked up courage and went to the Prophet to ask for her hand in marriage. In the presence of the Prophet, however, Ali became over-awed and tongue-tied. He stared at the ground and could not say anything. The Prophet then asked: "Why have you come? Do you need something?" Ali still could not speak and then the Prophet suggested: "Perhaps you have come to propose marriage to Fatimah." "Yes," replied Ali. At this, according to one report, the Prophet said simply: "Marhaban wa ahlan - Welcome into the family," and this was taken by Ali and a group of Ansar who were waiting outside for him as indicating the Prophet's approval. Another re port indicated that the Prophet approved and went on to ask Ali if he had anything to give as mahr. Ali replied that he didn't. The Prophet reminded him that he had a shield which could be sold. Ali sold the shield to Uthman for four hundred dirhams and as he was hurrying back to the Prophet to hand over the sum as mahr, Uthman stopped him and said: "I am returning your shield to you as a present from me on your marriage to Fatimah." Fatimah and Ali were thus married most probably at the beginning of the second year after the Hijrah. She was about nineteen years old at the time and Ali was about twen ty one. The Prophet himself performed the marriage ceremony. At the walimah. the guests were served with dates, figs and hais ( a mixture of dates and butter fat). A leading member of the Ansar donated a ram and others made offerings of grain. All Madin ah rejoiced. On her marriage. the Prophet is said to have presented Fatimah and Ali with a wooden bed intertwined with palm leaves, a velvet coverlet. a leather cushion filled with palm fibre, a sheepskin, a pot, a waterskin and a quern for grinding grain. Fatimah left the home of her beloved father for the first time to begin life with her husband. The Prophet was clearly anxious on her account and sent Barakah with her should she be in need of any help. And no doubt Barakah was a source of comfort and sol ace to her. The Prophet prayed for them: "O Lord, bless them both, bless their house and bless their offspring." In Ali's humble dwelling, there was only a sheepskin for a bed. In the morning after the wedding night, the Prophet went to Ali's house and knocked on the door. Barakah came out and the Prophet said to her: "O Umm Ayman, call my brother for me." "Your brother? That's the one who married your daughter?" asked Barakah somewhat incredulously as if to say: Why should the Prophet call Ali his "brother"? (He referred to Ali as his brother because just as pairs of Muslims were joined in brotherhood aft er the Hijrah, so the Prophet and Ali were linked as "brothers".) The Prophet repeated what he had said in a louder voice. Ali came and the Prophet made a du'a, invoking the blessings of God on him. Then he asked for Fatimah. She came almost cringing with a mixture of awe and shyness and the Prophet said to her: "I have married you to the dearest of my family to me." In this way, he sought to reassure her. She was not starting life with a complete stranger but with one who had grown up in the same household, who was among the first to become a Muslim at a tender age, who was known for his courage, bravery and virtue, and whom the Prophet described as his "brother in this world and the hereafter". Fatimah's life with Ali was as simple and frugal as it was in her father's household. In fact, so far as material comforts were concerned, it was a life of hardship and deprivation. Throughout their life together, Ali remained poor because he did not set great store by material wealth. Fatimah was the only one of her sisters who was not married to a wealthy man. In fact, it could be said that Fatimah's life with Ali was even more rigorous than life in her father's home. At least before marriage, there were always a number of ready helping hands in the Prophet's household. But now she had to cope virtually on her own. To relieve theft extreme poverty, Ali worked as a drawer and carrier of water and she as a grinder of corn. One day she said to Ali: "I have ground until my hands are blistered." "I have drawn water until I have pains in my chest," said Ali and went on to suggest to Fatimah: "God has given your father some captives of war, so go and ask him to give you a servant." Reluctantly, she went to the Prophet who said: "What has brought you here, my little daughter?" "I came to give you greetings of peace," she said, for in awe of him she could not bring herself to ask what she had intended. "What did you do?" asked Ali when she returned alone. "I was ashamed to ask him," she said. So the two of them went together but the Prophet felt they were less in need than others. "I will not give to you," he said, "and let the Ahl as-Suffah (poor Muslims who stayed in the mosque) be tormented with hunger. I have not enough for their keep..." Ali and Fatimah returned home feeling somewhat dejected but that night, after they had gone to bed, they heard the voice of the Prophet asking permission to enter. Welcoming him, they both rose to their feet, but he told them: "Stay where you are," and sat down beside them. "Shall I not tell you of something better than that which you asked of me?" he asked and when they said yes he said: "Words which Jibril taught me, that you should say "Subhaan Allah- Glory be to God" ten ti mes after every Prayer, and ten times "AI hamdu lillah - Praise be to God," and ten times "Allahu Akbar - God is Great." And that when you go to bed you should say them thirty-three times each." Ali used to say in later years: "I have never once failed to say them since the Messenger of God taught them to us." There are many reports of the hard and difficult times which Fatimah had to face. Often there was no food in her house. Once the Prophet was hungry. He went to one after another of his wives' apartments but there was no food. He then went to Fatimah's ho use and she had no food either. When he eventually got some food, he sent two loaves and a piece of meat to Fatimah. At another time, he went to the house of Abu Ayyub al-Ansari and from the food he was given, he saved some for her. Fatimah also knew tha t the Prophet was without food for long periods and she in turn would take food to him when she could. Once she took a piece of barley bread and he, said to her: "This is the first food your father has eaten for three days." Through these acts of kindness she showed how much she loved her father; and he loved her, really loved her in return. Once he returned from a journey outside Madinah. He went to the mosque first of all and prayed two rakats as was his custom. Then, as he often did, he went to Fatimah's house before going to his wives. Fatimah welcomed him and kissed his face, his mouth and his eyes and cried. "Why do you cry?" the Prophet asked. "I see you, O Rasul Allah," she said, "Your color is pale and sallow and your clothes have become worn and shabby." ,P."O Fatimah," the Prophet replied tenderly, "don't cry for Allah has sent your father with a mission which He would cause to affect every house on the face of the earth whether it be in towns, villages or tents (in the desert) bringing either glory or h umiliation until this mission is fulfilled just as night (inevitably) comes." With such comments Fatimah was often taken from the harsh realities of daily life to get a glimpse of the vast and far-reaching vistas opened up by the mission entrusted to her noble father. Fatimah eventually returned to live in a house close to that of the Prophet. The place was donated by an Ansari who knew that the Prophet would rejoice in having his daughter as his neighbor. Together they shared in the joys and the triumphs, the sorrow s and the hardships of the crowded and momentous Madinah days and years. In the middle of the second year after the Hijrah, her sister Ruqayyah fell ill with fever and measles. This was shortly before the great campaign of Badr. Uthman, her husband, stayed by her bedside and missed the campaign. Ruqayyah died just before her father returned. On his return to Madinah, one of the first acts of the Prophet was to visit her grave. Fatimah went with him. This was the first bereavement they had suffered within their closest family since the death of Khadijah. Fatimah was greatly distressed by the loss of her sister. The tears poured from her eyes as she sat beside her father at the edge of the grave, and he comforted her and sought to dry her tears with the corner of his cloak. The Prophet had previously spoken against lamentations for the dead, but this had lead to a misunderstanding, and when they returned from the cemetery the voice of Umar was heard raised in anger against the women who were weeping for the martyrs of Badr a nd for Ruqayyah. "Umar, let them weep," he said and then added: "What comes from the heart and from the eye, that is from God and His mercy, but what comes from the hand and from the tongue, that is from Satan." By the hand he meant the beating of breasts and the smiting of cheeks, and by the tongue he meant the loud clamor in which women often joined as a mark of public sympathy. Uthman later married the other daughter of the Prophet, Umm Kulthum, and on this account came to be known as Dhu-n Nurayn - Possessor of the Two Lights. The bereavement which the family suffered by the death of Ruqayyah was followed by happiness when to the great joy of all the believers Fatimah gave birth to a boy in Ramadan of the third year after the Hijrah. The Prophet spoke the words of the Adhan int o the ear of the new-born babe and called him al-Hasan which means the Beautiful One. One year later, she gave birth to another son who was called al-Husayn, which means "little Hasan" or the little beautiful one. Fatimah would often bring her two sons to see their grandfather who was exceedingly fond of them. Later he would take them to t he Mosque and they would climb onto his back when he prostrated. He did the same with his little granddaughter Umamah, the daughter of Zaynab. In the eighth year after the Hijrah, Fatimah gave birth to a third child, a girl whom she named after her eldest sister Zaynab who had died shortly before her birth. This Zaynab was to grow up and become famous as the "Heroine of Karbala". Fatimah's four th child was born in the year after the Hijrah. The child was also a girl and Fatimah named her Umm Kulthum after her sister who had died the year before after an illness. It was only through Fatimah that the progeny of the Prophet was perpetuated. All the Prophet's male children had died in their infancy and the two children of Zaynab named Ali and Umamah died young. Ruqayyah's child Abdullah also died when he was no t yet two years old. This is an added reason for the reverence which is accorded to Fatimah. Although Fatimah was so often busy with pregnancies and giving birth and rearing children, she took as much part as she could in the affairs of the growing Muslim community of Madinah. Before her marriage, she acted as a sort of hostess to the poor and d estitute Ahl as-Suffah. As soon as the Battle of Uhud was over, she went with other women to the battlefield and wept over the dead martyrs and took time to dress her father's wounds. At the Battle of the Ditch, she played a major supportive role together with other women in preparing food during the long and difficult siege. In her camp, she led the Muslim women in prayer and on that place there stands a mosque named Masjid Fatimah, one of seven mosques where the Muslims stood guard and performed their d evotions. Fatimah also accompanied the Prophet when he made Umrah in the sixth year after the Hijrah after the Treaty of Hudaybiyyah. In the following year, she and her sister Umm Kulthum, were among the mighty throng of Muslims who took part with the Prophet in th e liberation of Makkah. It is said that on this occasion, both Fatimah and Umm Kulthum visited the home of their mother Khadijah and recalled memories of their childhood and memories of jihad, of long struggles in the early years of the Prophet's mission . In Ramadan of the tenth year just before he went on his Farewell Pilgrimage, the Prophet confided to Fatimah, as a secret not yet to be told to others: "Jibril recited the Quran to me and I to him once every year, but this year he has recited it with me twice. I cannot but think that my time has come." On his return from the Farewell Pilgrimage, the Prophet did become seriously ill. His final days were spent in the apartment of his wife Aishah. When Fatimah came to visit him, Aishah would leave father and daughter together. One day he summoned Fatimah. When she came, he kissed her and whispered some words in her ear. She wept. Then again he whispered in her ear and she smiled. Aishah saw and asked: "You cry and you laugh at the same time, Fatimah? What did the Messenger of God say to you?" Fatimah replied: "He first told me that he would meet his Lord after a short while and so I cried. Then he said to me: 'Don't cry for you will be the first of my household to join me.' So I laughed." Not long afterwards the noble Prophet passed away. Fatimah was grief-striken and she would often be seen weeping profusely. One of the companions noted that he did not see Fatimah, may God be pleased with her, laugh after the death of her father. One morning, early in the month of Ramadan, just less than five month after her noble father had passed away, Fatimah woke up looking unusually happy and full of mirth. In the afternoon of that day, it is said that she called Salma bint Umays who was loo king after her. She asked for some water and had a bath. 
She then put on new clothes and perfumed herself. She then asked Salma to put her bed in the courtyard of the house. With her face looking to the heavens above, she asked for her husband Ali. He was taken aback when he saw her lying in the middle of the courtyard and asked her what was wrong. She smiled and said: "I have an appointment today with the Messenger of God." Ali cried and she tried 
to console him. She told him to look after their sons al-Hasan and al-Husayn and advised that she should be buried without ceremony. She gazed upwards again, then closed her eyes and surrendered her soul to the Mighty Creator. She, Fatimah the Resplendent One, was just twenty nine years old

Sunday, 24 June 2012

Women in Quran & Sunnah

 
In Islam there is absolutely no difference between men and women as far as their relationship to God is concerned, as both are promised the same reward for good conduct and the same punishment for evil conduct. The Qur'an says: And for women are rights over men similar to those of men over women. (2:226)
The Qur'an, in addressing the believers, often uses the expression,'believing men and women' to emphasize the equality of men and women in regard to their respective duties, rights, virtues and merits. It says:
For Muslim men and women, for believing men and women, for devout men and women, for true men and women, for men and women who are patient and constant, for men and women who humble themselves, for men and women who give in charity, for men and women who fast, for men and women who guard their chastity, and for men and women who engage much in God's praise, for them has God prepared forgiveness and great reward. (33:35)
This clearly contradicts the assertion of some the Christian Fathers that women do not possess souls and that they will exist as sexless beings in the next life. The Qur'an says that women have souls in exactly the same way as men and will enter Paradise if they do good :
Enter into Paradise, you and your wives, with delight. (43:70) Who so does that which is right, and believes, whether male or female, him or her will We quicken to happy life. (16:97)
The Qur'an admonishes those men who oppress or ill-treat women:
O you who believe! You are forbidden to inherit women against their will. Nor should you treat them with harshness, that you may take away part of the dowry you have given them - except when they have become guilty of open lewdness. On the contrary live with them on a footing of kindness and equity. If you take a dislike to them, it may be that you dislike something and God will bring about through it a great deal of good. (4:19)
Considering the fact that before the advent of Islam the pagan Arabs used to bury their female children alive, make women dance naked in the vicinity of the Ka'ba during their annual fairs, and treat women as mere chattels and objects of sexual pleasure -- possessing no rights or position whatsoever, these teachings of the Noble Qur'an were revolutionary. Unlike other religions, which regarded women as being possessed of inherent sin and wickedness, and men as being possessed of inherent virtue and nobility, Islam regards men and women as being of the same essence created from a single soul. The Qur'an declares:
O mankind! Reverence your Guardian-Lord, who created you from a single person, created, of like nature, his mate, and from this pair scattered (like seeds) countless men and women. Reverence God, through Whom you demand your mutual (rights), and reverence the wombs (that bore you); for God ever watches over you. (4:1)
The Prophet of Islam, peace be upon him, said, "Women are the twin halves of men". The Qur'an emphasizes the essential unity of men and women in a most beautiful simile:
They (your wives) are your garment and you are a garment for them. (2:187)
Just as a garment hides our nakedness, so do husband and wife, by entering into the relationship of marriage, secure each other's chastity. The garment gives comfort to the body; so does the husband find comfort in his wife's company and she in his. "The garment is the grace, the beauty, the embellishment of the body, so too are wives to their husbands as their husbands are to them." Islam does not consider woman "an instrument of the Devil", but rather the Qur'an calls her muhsana - a fortress against Satan because a good woman, by marrying a man, helps him keep to the path of rectitude in his life. It is for this reason that marriage was considered by the Prophet Muhammad, peace be upon him, as a most virtuous act. He said: "When a man marries, he has completed one half of his religion." He enjoined matrimony on Muslims by saying: "Marriage is part of my way and whoever keeps away from my way is not from me (i.e. is not my follower)." The Qur'an has given the raison d'être of marriage in the following words:
And among His signs is this, that He has created for you mates from among yourselves, that you may dwell in tranquillity with them; and He has put love and mercy between you. Verily in that are signs for those who reflect. (30:21)
The Prophet Muhammad, peace be upon him, was full of praise for virtuous and chaste women. He said: "The world and all things in the world are precious but the most precious thing in the world is a virtuous woman." He once told the future Caliph, 'Umar: "Shall I not inform you about the best treasure a man can hoard? It is a virtuous wife who pleases him whenever he looks towards her, and who guards herself when he is absent from her." On other occasions the Prophet, peace be upon him, said: "The best property a man can have is a remembering tongue (i.e. which remembers God), a grateful heart and a believing wife who helps him in his faith." And again: "The world, the whole of it, is a commodity and the best of the commodities of the world is a virtuous wife." Before the advent of Islam women were often treated worse than animals. The Prophet wanted to put a stop to all cruelties to women. He preached kindness towards them. He told the Muslims: "Fear God in respect of women." And: "The best of you are they who behave best to their wives." And: "A Muslim must not hate his wife, and if he be displeased with one bad quality in her, let him be pleased with one that is good." And: "The more civil and kind a Muslim is to his wife, the more perfect in faith he is." The Prophet, peace be upon him, was most emphatic in enjoining upon Muslims to be kind to their women when he delivered his famous sermon (Arabic: khutba on the Mount of Mercy, at Arafat, in the presence of one hundred and twenty-four thousand of his Companions who had gathered there for the Hajj al-Wada (Farewell Pilgrimage). In it he ordered those present, and through them all those Muslims who were to come later, to be respectful and kind towards women. He said:
"Fear God regarding women. Verily you have married them with the trust of God, and made their bodies lawful with the word of God. You have got (rights) over them, and they have got (rights) over you in respect of their food and clothing according to your means."
In Islam a woman is a completely independent personality. She can make any contract or bequest in her own name. She is entitled to inherit in her position as mother, as wife, as sister and as daughter. She has perfect liberty to choose her husband. The pagan society of pre-Islamic Arabia had an irrational prejudice against their female children whom they used to bury alive. The Messenger of God, peace be upon him, was totally opposed to this practice. He showed them that supporting their female children would act as a screen for them against the fire of Hell:
It is narrated by the Prophet's wife, 'A'isha, that a woman entered her house with two of her daughters. She asked for charity but 'A'isha could not find anything except a date, which was given to her. The woman divided it between her two daughters and did not eat any herself. Then she got up and left. When the Prophet, peace be upon him, came to the house, 'A'isha told him about what had happened and he declared that when this woman was brought to account (on the Day of Judgment) about her two daughters, they would act as a screen for her from the fires of Hell.
The worst calamity for a woman is when her husband passes away and, as a widow, the responsibility of maintaining the children falls upon her. In the Eastern World, where a woman does not always go out to earn her living, the problems of widowhood are indescribable. The Prophet Muhammad, peace be upon him, upheld the cause of widows. Most of his wives were widows. In an age when widows were rarely permitted to remarry, the Prophet encouraged his followers to marry them. He was always ready to help widows and exhorted his followers to do the same. Abu Hurairah reported that the Prophet said: "One who makes efforts (to help) the widow or a poor person is like a mujahid (warrior) in the path of God, or like one who stands up for prayers all of the the night and fasts all of the day."
Woman as mother commands great respect in Islam. The Noble Qur'an speaks of the rights of the mother in a number of verses. It enjoins Muslims to show respect to their mothers and serve them well even if they are still unbelievers. The Prophet, peace be upon him, states emphatically that the rights of the mother are paramount. Abu Hurairah reported that a man came to the Messenger of God, peace be upon him, and asked: "O Messenger of God, who is the person who has the greatest right on me with regards to kindness and attention?" He replied, "Your mother." "Then who?" He replied, "Your mother." "Then who?" He replied, "Your mother." "Then who?" He replied, "Your father."
In another tradition, the Prophet advised a believer not to join the war against the Quraish (i.e. the pagan disbelievers at that time) in defense of Islam, but to look after his mother, saying that his service to his mother would be a cause for his salvation. Mu'awiyah, the son of Jahimah, reported that Jahimah came to the Prophet, peace be upon him, and said: "Messenger of God! I want to join the fighting (in the path of God) and I have come to seek your advice." He said, "Then remain in your mother's service, because Paradise is under her feet."
The Prophet's followers accepted his teachings and brought about a revolution in their social attitude towards women. They no longer considered women as a mere chattels, but as an integral part of society. For the first time women were given the right to have a share in inheritance. In the new social climate, women rediscovered themselves and became highly active members of society rendering useful service during the wars which the pagan Arabs forced on the emerging Muslim umma. They carried provisions for the soldiers, nursed them, and even fought alongside them if it was necessary. It became a common sight to see women helping their husbands in the fields, carrying on trade and business independently, and going out of their homes to satisfy their needs.
'A'isha reported that Saudah bint Zam'ah went out one night. 'Umar saw her and recognized her and said, "By God, O Saudah, why do you not hide yourself from us?" She went back to the Prophet, peace be upon him, and told him about it while he was having supper in her room, and he said: "It is permitted by God for you to go out for your needs." The predominant idea in the teachings of Islam with regard to men and women is that a husband and wife should be full-fledged partners in making their home a happy and prosperous place, and that they should be loyal and faithful to one another, and genuinely interested in each other's welfare and the welfare of their children. A woman is expected to exercise a humanizing influence over her husband and to soften the sternness inherent in his nature. A man is enjoined to educate the women in his care so that they cultivate the qualities in which they, by their very nature, excel.
These aspects were much emphasized by the Prophet, peace be upon him. He exhorted men to marry women of piety and women to be faithful to their husbands and kind to their children. He said: "Among my followers the best of men are those who are best to their wives, and the best of women are those who are best to their husbands. To each of such women is set down a reward equivalent to the reward of a thousand martyrs. Among my followers, again, the best of women are those who assist their husbands in their work, and love them dearly for everything, save what is a transgression of God's laws."
Once Mu'awiyah asked the Prophet, peace be upon him: "What are the rights that a wife has over her husband?" The Prophet, peace be upon him, replied: "Feed her when you take your food, give her clothes to wear when you wear clothes, refrain from giving her a slap on the face or abusing her, and do not separate from your wife, except within the house." Once a woman came to the Prophet, peace be upon him, with a complaint against her husband. He told her: "There is no woman who removes something to replace it in its proper place, with a view to tidying her husband's house, but that God sets it down as a virtue for her. Nor is there a man who walks with his wife hand-in-hand, but that God sets it down as a virtue for him; and if he puts his arm round her shoulder in love, his virtue is increased tenfold." Once he was heard praising the women of the tribe of Quraish, saying: " . . . because they are the kindest to their children while they are infants and because they keep a careful watch over the belongings of their husbands."
The Shari'ah (Islamic Law) regards women as the spiritual and intellectual equals of men. The main distinction it makes between them is in the physical realm based on the equitable principle of fair division of labor. It allots the more strenuous work to the man and makes him responsible for the maintenance of the family. It allots the work of managing the home and the upbringing and training of children to the woman, work which has the greatest importance in the task of building a healthy and prosperous society.
It is a fact, however, that sound administration within the domestic field is impossible without a unified policy. For this reason the Shari'ah requires a man, as head of the family, to consult with his family and then to have the final say in decisions concerning it. In doing so he must not abuse his prerogative to cause any injury to his wife. Any transgression of this principle involves for him the risk of losing the favor of God, because his wife is not his subordinate but she is, to use the words of the Prophet, peace be upon him, 'the queen of her house', and this is the position a true believer is expected to give his wife. In contrast to these enlightened teachings of Islam in respect of women, Western talk of women's liberation or emancipation is actually a disguised form of exploitation of her body, deprivation of her honor, and degradation of her soul!

About Muslimah

Islamku
Dear Brothers and Sisters Assalamu Alaikum
I want to INFORM you through the words of a sister, why and how hijab (Islamic code of dress) protects a woman and what are its advantages. This is not coming from me but from a WESTERN woman who was born and raised in the western culture, spent most of her life on the wild side, found a deep vacuum in her life, discovered Islam, accepted it wholeheartedly, and turned her life around completely - for the better. This sister is an Irish American, has a Ph.D., teaches in a prestigious US university, wears hijab wherever she goes - in the class rooms while teaching, in the conferences and meetings she attends. She is very proud of Islam and her hijab and in the following explains the advantages and wisdom of wearing hijab. So please read with an open mind. Those who are open to reason get the guidance and better their lives, but those who have "eyes but can't see, and ears but can't hear" will wander in the wilderness of life forever. No amount of logical reasoning will help them. However, our job as Muslims, i.e., those who surrendered to Allah, is ONLY to convey the message to the darkest corners of the world. Our job as Muslims is not to impose anything on disbelivers because as Allah says in Quran, "For you is your religion, and for them is theirs".
May Allah give guidance to all of us and enable us to follow Islam which is the manual of human life. May Allah grant us the wisdom to understand Islam and to live our lives to its fullest by following its teachings. May Allah make us realize that education is not only about getting a piece of paper called degree but education is about learning and understanding life, the world, and the etiquette of living. May Allah enable us to find solutions to all the problems we encounter in life in His great message - the message of Islam. Ameen.
O Allah, no amount of gratefullness will be enough to thank for the blessing of your message of guidance you have given us. O Allah, enable all human beings to know the message of Islam, so this world will become a cradle of peace and stability and so that the forces of darkness will be defeated from the face of the earth. May Allah be our guide in this journey of life. Ameen.
Wassalamu Alaikum Warahmatullahi Wabarakatuh, Irfan Hasan.
NOTE: The emphasis in capital letters are mine.
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H I J A B: MUSLIM WOMEN'S HEAD COVERING

The Quran, the Muslim's holy scripture, clearly enjoins Muslim men and women to dress and behave modestly. Muslim women are specifically instructed to cover their heads when in the presence of non-mahrem (potentially marriageable) men:

. Surah Al-Nur (the Light) (24:31) in the Quran states: "They (the believing women) should draw their head coverings over their bosoms...". . Surah Al-Ahzab (33:59) states: "O Prophet [PBUH] Tell thy wives and daughters and the believing women that they should put on their outer garments; that is most convenient in order that THEY MAY BE RECOGNIZED (as Muslims) and not be molested."
[MY COMMENT: This is an effective rebuttal to the argument some Muslim women have against wearing Hijab, that by wearing it they will be recognized and will be attacked. Allah clearly wants Muslims to be recognized in whatever community they live in. Their lives lived as Muslims will get other people interested in them and that will be a way of spreading the message of Islam. People will approach them and ask them why they dress like that, why they are different. Their curiousity will automatically draw them towards Islam. Allah is the most supreme starategist of the universe. He blessed us with the message of Islam (Islam means peace and security and told us strategies to spread the message which only benefits us and not Allah. Allah is beyond all needs.
Allah says in Quran that if the whole world gets united against a Muslim and want to harm him, they won't except if Allah wills, and if the whole world unites to benefit a Muslim, it won't except for Allah's will. Therefore security comes from Allah. Allah is the protector of believers. One should NEVER FEAR ANYONE BUT ALLAH and then all of his/her fears will be erased from the heart. Those who bow before Allah, bow to no one in the world - no one. As great poet of the east Dr. Allama Iqbal said (in Urdu) :
yeh Aik sijda jesay tu garaaN samajhta hai hazar sijdooN say daita hai aadmi ko nijat Translation: This one bow (to Allah) which is so hard for you,is the bow that saves you from thousands of other bows.
END OF MY COMMENT] Both of the above Quranic references instruct the Muslim woman to cover herself with a large, loose overcoat (jilbab) and full head covering (khimar) so that no provocative part of her body will be visible. Her modest appearance would MAKE IT CLEAR TO EVERYONE THAT SHE IS A CHASTE, BELIEVING WOMAN, and no one is to molest her or sexually exploit her [My Comment: This is an effective solution to the problem of sexual harassment because a Muslim woman's modest appearance is a social statement that she is not to be messed with!!].

THE BENEFITS OF HIJAB (COVERING) FOR WOMEN

. For Muslim women, COVERING THE HEAD IS NOT THE SIGN OF DEGRADATION or oppression. It is a commandment from Allah, who is not male or female, and thus, would not discriminate against women, a segment of His creation.
. Rather, HEAD-COVERING IS A SIGN OF PURITY AND DIGNITY. It highlights the Muslim woman as a pure, chaste woman and sets her apart from the immoral behavior associated with women who dress immodestly.
. The HIJAB IS A SORT OF "SCREEN" BETWEEN THE CHASTE MUSLIM WOMAN AND THE EVIL THAT EXISTS IN THE WORLD. When a woman wears a hijab she is less likely to be harassed by men with lusty motives; SHE IS LESS LIKELY TO BE EXPLOITED FOR HER BEAUTY AND FEMINITY.
. The Hijab allows a woman to move about outside the confines of her home WITH HER ATTENTION ON THE TASKS SHE HAS SET OUT TO DO. The Muslim woman does not try to impress anyone but Allah when outside of her home. She is not concerned if men find her attractive, or if people are impressed because she has the latest fashions, or the newest hairstyle. She leaves her home as a SELF-CONFIDENT PART OF HUMAN RACE, not as a fashion-plate seeking stares and adoration in order to gain self-esteem.
. The hijab cuts down on competition among women. How many people in the West sacrifice financial savings and health in order to have plastic surgery - in a desperate attempt to meet up to an unrealistic standard of beauty. IN ISLAM, WOMEN ARE APPRECIATED FOR THEIR KNOWLEDGE, PIETY AND CONTRIBUTION TO SOCIETY. When women wear hijab one finds that the most beautiful women are not necessarily the most popular. Rather, a woman is assessed for her mind, and not just superficial physical traits.
------------END OF SISTER'S MESSAGE ---------------

Saturday, 23 June 2012

perkara yang membuat Imam Ahmad Bin Hambal

 
Renungkan rangkap syair ini yang membuatkan Imam Ahmad Bin Hambal menangis. Semoga menjadi salah satu lubang muhasabah buat kita ...

Jika Tuhan bertanya kepada ku
“Tidak malukah kau bermaksiat kepadaKU
Kau sembunyikan dosa mu dari makhlukKU
Dan datang padaKU dengan penuh dosa”

Bagaimana aku nak jawab duhai diriku yang malang?
Dan siapakah yang akan selamatkan aku?
Aku terus menyogok diriku dengan impian dan harapan dari masa ke semasa

Dan aku melupakan apa yang terlihat pada kematian
Dan apakah yang akan berlaku selepas diriku dikafankan
Seolah-olah aku ini dijamin hidup selamanya
Seakan mati tidak akan menemuiku

Dan telah datang sakaratulmaut yang amat ngeri
Siapakah yang mampu melindungi diriku ini?
Aku melihat pada wajah-wajah
Apakah ada daripada mereka menebusku?

Aku akan disoal apa yang aku lakukan didunia untuk menyelamatkan diriku ini?
Maka bagaimana akan aku jawab setelah aku mengabaikan urusan agamaku?
Celakanya aku! Apakah aku tidak mendengar ayat-ayat Allah menyeruku?
Apakah aku tidak dengar apa yang telah diberitakan di dalam surah Qaff dan Yaasin?
Adakah aku tak dengar tentang hari dikumpulkan manusia, hari perhimpunan dan hari ad-deen (Qiamat)?


Adakah aku tak dengar panggilan ajal maut, menyeru & menjemputku?
Maka ya Rabb! Seorang hamba datang bertaubat. Siapa yang dapat melindunginya?
Melainkan Tuhan yang maha luas pengampunannya & membimbingku pada kebenaran
Aku telah datang kepadaMU maka kasihanilah daku & beratkanlah timbangan (kebaikan) ku
Dan ringankan (percepatkan) hisabku dan Engkaulah yang terbaik dalam penghisaban. Ya Allah!

✿ Mari berubah jadi baik..
~lala.. biar pedas sampai kebas, mati itu pasti jadi hidup biar bererti
~Alang-alang hidup, hiduplah sebagai da'ie. Alang-alang mati, matilah sebagai syuhada

Friday, 22 June 2012

try to cook ikan masak sweet n sour

 
just now ihve try a new resepi ,which is klasik resepi i hve learnt it at internet n eventhough it's little hard for me to do that king of thing but i have been try harder . So far alhmdulillah i hve done my best i hve cooked it well ngee.. =3 .. my grandma opinion : kaka now u can married coz  u know how  to serves delicous food 4 ur future husband .. i just said tQ grandma .. the respi i hve learnt it at internet that's why lahh i can cook smthing delicous hee~ .. remember my future husband i hve try harder to be a perfect wife 4 u .. i'll always waiting for u

Dear Future Husband

 
This advice special to my dear future Husband:
My dear i'm not perfect at cooking,
i'm not beauty just like u dream.
i'm not patient just like your mother,
i'm not kind for the rest of our life,
But eventhough it's hard for me to do All that Kind of thing but insya-Allah i'll try to do my best to be perfect wife in ur life.Every second,i wish that u always by my side,always protect me
 

Thursday, 21 June 2012

Maaf ini Adalah yang Terbaik

 
Siti Syazwani. Happy Birthday! Semoga kamu akan sentiasa dirahmati Nya... All the best in everything you do... Jaga diri & iman baik-baik yea~...
-Amin, UK-" ***********
Aku mencapai telefon mobilku dan membelek-belek SMS ucapan hari lahir yang diterima minggu lepas. Cukup ringkas. Namun, aku masih tertanya-tanya mengapa Amin hanya mengirimkan SMS sahaja kali ini? Jika tidak, tahun-tahun sebelum ini pasti sudah ada kad besar dan bermuzik akan tiba beberapa hari sebelum hari lahir ku. Dah la pakai nombor orang lain, siap tulis nama penuh aku pula tu. Tak pernah pula dia tulis macam ni... Ish, hati mula ragu-ragu. Menyangka sesuatu yang tak baik sedang berlaku.
Adakah dia sudah ....? Argh, tak mungkinlah! Dia dah kata takkan ....
Aku teringat ketika dia pulang bercuti pada musim summer tahun lepas. Namun, sebelum itu aku sudah rasa banyak perubahan berlaku pada dirinya. Dia telah mula banyak memberi nasihat-nasihat baik ketika kami berhubung samada melalui telefon, SMS, email, YM dan juga friendster. Dan ketika itu, aku mendapat cuti seminggu dan telah bercadang untuk turun ke KL dengan kakak melawat saudara-mara, dan sambil-sambil itu bolehlah juga berjumpa dengan si Amin. Setahun sekali tak salah rasanya. Melepas rindu la sedikit. 'Boring' juga kalau asyik berhubung melalui telefon saja. Lagipun Kuantan-KL sekarang boleh travel dalam 3 jam 1/2 dah. Ulang-alik setiap hari pun boleh.
Di KL, aku telah menghubunginya dan cuba mengajak untuk berjumpa. Dia menolak ajakan aku untuk keluar berjalan-jalan daripada pagi sampai ke petang. Dia hanya boleh berjumpa dengan ku seketika sahaja pada petang hari. Walaupun dia beralasan sibuk, tapi aku tahu dia taklah sesibuk mana. Nak tak nak, aku terpaksalah menerima sahaja cadangannya. Asal boleh berjumpa, ia sudah cukup bagi aku. Dan petang itu kami taklah ke mana-mana sangat. Ronda-ronda sahaja dengan kereta Wira kesukaannya itu. Selepas ber-Asar di Masjid Wilayah, Amin membawa aku ke sebuah restoran dan kami makan 'early dinner' di situ. Kemudian, satu detik yang agak 'mengingatkan' bagi aku adalah sewaktu kami dalam perjalanan menghantar pulang aku ke rumah saudaraku...
Dia ada bertanya "Apa beza kita dengan diaorang kat situ tu ye?" Amin menunjuk-nunjuk ke arah beberapa pasang 'couple' yang sedang lepak berdua-duan di tempat-tempat duduk sepanjang sebuah taman. Aku tergamam sekejap. Huh. Agak menduga, tapi 'simple' saja. "Ala, kita ni baik sket. Tak ada pegang-pegang. Tutup aurat elok. Sampai waktu solat, kita solat. Erm... Islamik sket la pendek cerita!."
"Hmm.." Amin hanya mengangguk-angguk.
"Dalam Islam ada ke macam ni?" Amin menduga lagi.
Erk... Semakin terkesima aku dibuatnya. Kali ini aku terus diam terpaku. Aku tahu dia lebih banyak tahu selok-belok masalah benda-benda macam ini. Kalau aku jawab lagi, mesti dia 'counter' lagi. Huh. Diam sahaja lah!
"Erh, abaikan je lah. Saja je saya tanya..." Amin cuba menyedapkan hati.
Tidak lama selepas Amin terbang pulang semula ke UK untuk menyambung sesi pelajarannya yang baru, dia ada menghantar satu email kepada ku untuk menerangkan kedudukan dan tujuan dia bertanya akan hal itu. Aku sudah mula faham sedikit-sebanyak yang aku perlu mengawal hubungan yang masih tidak 'rasmi' ini. Dan sejak daripada itu dia tidak pernah langsung menelefon aku. SMS pula hanya bertanyakan tentang pelajaran sahaja. Itu pun boleh dibilang dengan jari. Namun, aku bersyukur dan gembira kerana dialah yang membuat aku berubah untuk jadi lebih baik dan lebih faham Islam. Jika dulu pakaian aku agak ketat dan singkat, kini sudah banyak yang labuh dan longgar aku beli. Tudungku pun pernah ditegurnya agar melabuhkan ke bawah dada. Dialah yang memperkenalkan padaku apa itu usrah dan dakwah. Dia juga ada berpesan - 'Jaga hubungan dengan Allah tu lagi penting. Insya Allah, kemudian Dia akan jaga hubungan kita.'
Jadi, apakah yang akan berlaku selepas ini? Hatiku masih tak tenteram memikirkan SMS ucapan hari lahir itu. Macam-macam sangkaan buruk bermain-main dalam hati yang mula busuk ini. Aku masih setia menanti kepulangannya. Dan aku yakin dia juga setia pada aku. Aku tak pernah memikirkan lelaki-lelaki lain selain dia. Dan aku yakin dia juga tak pernah nak menggatal dengan perempuan-perempuan lain. Dia taklah seperti kebanyakan lelaki yang 'playboy' pada masa kini.
Ops! Mungkin agak kasar untuk berkata sedemikian.
'Tuuut. Tuuut...' Nada dering SMS berbunyi. Nombor Amin yang terpapar.
"Esok free tak? Boleh kita chatting?"
"Boleh... Saya free je." jawab aku ringkas. Erm, mesti dia saja nak buat 'surprise.' Aku dah agak dah, takkanlah dia hantar SMS saja untuk 'wish birthday' aku. Keyakinan aku mula bertambah. Dia masih sayang padaku.
"Ok.Tq..." balasnya pula.
Keesokannya, aku menanti awal dia online.
'Tuk. Tuk. Tuk..' Amin has signed in.
Oh, tepat sungguh waktunya...
Amin: assalamualaikum wbt.
Wani: wsalam...
Amin: apa khabar? sihat? iman baik?
Wani: alhamdulillah... sihat2..=) awak?
Amin: alhamdulilah... baik2 juga... iman selalu turun naik sejak kebelakangan ni... tp takpe, ok je semua
Wani: awak tak balik ke tahun ni? btw, thanks for the bday wish last week...
Amin: welcome... tak balik. byk kerja sket tahun ni... lagi pun saya nak try bekerja... cari duit...
Wani: wah, rajinnya... baguslah!
Amin: hurm...
Amin: study macam mana?
Wani: ok je... new sem ni berat sket.. Jadual pack.
Amin: oic...
Amin: takpe, study rajin2 ye..
Amin: hurm, dah lama nak tanya ni sebenarnya...
Amin: hurm...
Wani: apa dia? tanya la... sila2..
Amin: 1st of all sorry dulu ye... hurm, apa pendapat awak tentang kita sekarang?
Wani: erh... macam awak kata dalam email tu dulu yang kita ni kan 'kawan'... tak lebih daripada tu... tp, special sket... tiada couple-couple mcm org lain... declare pun tak kan?
Wani: so, statusnya kawan je la...
Amin: hurm...
.....
Wani: erh, tak betul ke?
Amin: hurm.. ni opinion je la - antara lelaki dan perempuan yg bukan mahram, tiada perhubungan yang lebih akrab melainkan hubungan suami isteri shj... yg lain2.. atas alasan aper skali pun ia tak patut diterima..
Aku tergamam seketika. Tertampar keras juga rasanya...
Wani: jadi...
Amin: saya rasa kita harus stop... stop untuk berpisah...
Amin: sbb......
Amin: sbb saya sedar yg semua ini adalah salah dan juga keliru...
Amin: benda ni akan buatkan hati ternodai... zina hati akan banyak berlaku...
Amin: walaupun kita jauh, tak call, tak jumpa dll, tapi hati tetap ber'zina'...
Amin: huh...
Amin: saya bercakap itu dan ini pada org ramai... tapi, dalam masa yang sama saya meyelindungi sesuatu yang tak sepatutnya saya buat...
Amin: kononya Islamik...
Amin: saya rasa cara ni tak betul... kita sbnrnya yang dah menyarungkan benda yg tak baik ni dgn Islam... then, org nampak Islamik...
Amin: saya rasa takde beza pun kita dgn org lain yg duk ber'couple2' nieh..
Amin: hurm.....
Amin: jadi, saya rasa kita harus berpisah...
Amin: demi menjaga diri...& sama-sama untuk kembali harungi hidup dalam redha Ilahi...
Amin: sorry... sorry byk2 untuk segala apa yang telah kita buat...
Amin: dan sorry juga sbb telah membawa awak ke jalan yang lupa pada-Nya...
Amin: andai ada jodoh, moga dipertemukan...
Astaghfirullahalazim... Aku beristighfar panjang. Ku kesat peluh di dahi... Air mata jahiliyah ku deras menitis membahasi meja. Sedikit terpercik pada keyboard laptop. Aku tak sangka perkara seperti ini akan terjadi sepantas ini. Ringkas, lembut, berhikmah serta points-nya yang jelas membuat aku tak dapat membantah dan berkata-kata. Sedih, pilu, kecewa, dan sesekali timbul rasa kesal pun ada. Tapi, semua itu tak bermakna lagi...
Aku tak mampu lagi untuk menyambung perbualan tersebut. Ku pasrah dan terima sahaja keputusan yang dibuat oleh Amin itu. Di saat ini, hanya Allah yang bisa mendengar bisikan hati rapuh ini. Dialah juga tempat ku pohon keampunan atas segala kekeliruan yang telah aku timbulkan. Rupanya selama ini aku telah tertipu dengan biskan musuh, mengikut jalan taghut, mencampurkan halal dan haram, serta mengandunkan yang Islam dan al-hawa...
Cinta hakiki hanyalah pada Allah...
Tiba-tiba aku teringat hadis halawatul iman yang pernah dibincangkan oleh naqibah aku tak lama dahulu; pertama-tama sekali mestilah mencintai Allah dan RasulNya lebih daripada makhlukNya, kemudian mencintai seseorang itu hanya kerana Allah dan akhir sekali, mesti benci untuk kembali kepada kekufuran sebagaimana ia benci dicampakkan dirinya ke dalam api neraka. Dengan demikian barulah dapat merasai kemanisan iman itu.
Hanya Allah sahajalah yang layak memberi hidayah kepada sesiapa yang dikhendakiNya. Moga-moga Dia kuatkan dan teguhkan hatiku menghadapi dugaan ini dan moga-moga diringankan beban yang kupikul ini.
Aku terus menjawab ringkas....
Wani: thanks & sorry too... saya terima... Alhamdulillah...
Wani: moga awak bahagia dan sukses selalu di sana. doakan saya juga.
Wani: wassalam.
Signed out
Aku merasakan hubungan tiga tahun yang terbina itu memang salah pada dasarnya. Bagaimana mungkin ia dapat mewujudkan sebuah keluarga yang menjunjung Islam jika asasnya terbina melalui cara al-hawa? Ya, kami memang saling menasihati dan bertazkirah, saling mengejut Qiamulali, saling menghantar SMS ayat-ayat Quran serta hadis, tapi semua itu memang tak betul caranya... Aku sedar yang kami telah mempergunakan Islam untuk mencapai matlamat peribadi... Astaghfirullah.. Syukur pada Mu ya Allah kerana lekas mengembalikan ku pada jalan redha-Mu.
"Sayang... Cepat turun ni. Nurul dah nak sampai." Ops! Tersedar daripada lamunan kisah 15 tahun lepas itu tatkala mendengar sahutan suamiku, Muhammad Aqil untuk bersiap menyambut tetamu istimewa kami Nurul dan Amin.
"Ya bang, Wani turun..."
Alhamdulillah... Siap semuanya. Aku menutup lid laptopku dan bergegas turun ke bawah. Aku sudah bersedia untuk membentangkan 'presentation' kepada beliawan-beliawanis negara mengenai Cinta Remaja dalam program 'Belia Negara 2057' esok. Aku sangat bersyukur menjadi siapa diri aku sekarang ini dan aku mengharapkan belia-belia harapan negara dapat kembali kepada cara fitrah yang sebenar dalam menguruskan soal cinta.

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Wednesday, 20 June 2012

Selamat Menjadi Hero

Sejak dari kecil, saya mempunyai banyak cita-cita. Saya mahu jadi guru, polis, doktor,peguam hinggalah ke Perdana Menteri. Namun impian saya sejak kecil ialah ingin menjadi hero.
Menurut wikipedia, Hero bermaksud orang yang menyumbang bakti kepada bangsa, negara, dan agama. Hero juga boleh diklasifikasikan sebagai orang yang menonjol kerana keberaniannya dan pengorbanannya dalam membela kebenaran.Selain itu,hero juga adalah pejuang yang gagah berani.
Tapi bagi saya, hero tak semestinya anda mesti menjadi setegap The Hulk, boleh terbang seperti Superman, sehebat Spiderman mahupun Keluangman. Bagi saya orang biasa juga boleh menjadi hero, tidak semestinya kita perlu kuat,gagah dan berani untuk menjadi hero. Cukuplah jika kita "luar biasa" , Kita adalah hero.
Oleh itu, Pada hemat saya, Orang-orang muda seperti kita ini perlulah menanam sifat ke 'hero'an dalam diri. Kita mesti yakin bahawa kita ini adalah hero dan kita mampu melakukan pelbagai perkara hebat di dunia walaupun usia kita masih mentah.
Ini kerana, Walaupun kita masih muda, mentah, tak semestinya kita sentiasa salah. Kita muda, dan sebenarnya orang muda itulah orang yang kreatif dan up-to-date. Sampai bila kita asyik nak jadi ''ordinary" sahaja. Setiap hari melakukan perkara yang sama sahaja,dan langsung tiada perubahan dalam kehidupan. Hidup macam roda yang sekejap berada di atas sekejap pula di bawah. Tak bosan ke??

Kita semua mesti ubah diri kita. Yakinlah hidup kita ni sebenarnya mesti tak ubah seperti perlumbaan f1. Pelumba memecut selaju mungkin dan akhirnya berhenti. Sama macam kita, Kita perlulah memecut dalam kehidupan, fikirkan sesuatu yang luar biasa dan lakukan sesuatu yang awesome. Dan kita cuma akan berhenti apabila kita mati.
Oleh itu, bermula dari sekarang.  Ubahlah persepsi tentang diri sendiri. Jika sebelum ni kita orang yang selalu lupakan Allah, berubalah jadi hamba Allah yang paling awesome. Jika sebelum ini kita selalu mendapat biasa-biasa dalam peperiksaan, ubahlah kepada sesuatu yang luar biasa, jika selama ini, kita asyik melakukan perkara yang sama, ubahlah dengan setiap hari melakukan perkara yang hebat!
Dengan itu,barulah kita sedar bahawa dunia sentiasa memberi peluang. Tinggal kita untuk mewarnakannya dan Allah yang mengizinkannya. Kita adalah super hero kan??
Esok pagi, pastikan anda mulakan hari anda dengan cakap "saya akan lakukan sesuatu yang hebat hari ini" dan pergilah menghadap dunia dengan berani dan yakin bahawa andalah superhero dan berbaktilah terutamanya kepada yang Maha Pencipta, Allah SWT.

Percayalah, anda bukan siapa-siapa. Anda adalah hamba yang diciptakan oleh Allah untuk mewarnai dunia. Jangan warnakannya dengan satu warna bosan sahaja iaitu kelabu. Warnakanlah ia dengan warna paling hebat, sehebat diri anda.
Selamat menjadi Hero wahai Orang hebat!!

Sekian.

Ya Allah Redhakanlah Hati Ini

 
hari berlalu tanpa aku menyedari kini genap setahun kami tidak bersua kembali , Entah kenapa ? dan mengapa ? aku berbuat keputusan secara mendadak tanpa diri ku sendiri menyedari.Imbas kembali kisah silam yang sering menyelubungi diriku.Aku bukanlah insan sempurna,aku juga sama seperti ciptaan Allah yg lain masing-masing ada keistimewaan dan kekurangan kerana aku mempunyai kekurangan aku menemukan seorang sahabat di 'muka buku' tanpa ku sedari aku makin rapat dengan dirinya.Kami bersahabat kerana ingin mendapatakan muhabbi Allah.Dirinya memang layak di gelar jahil akan agama,keluarganya hanya memikirkan akan darjat dunia.Mereka yang mereka islam tetapi hanya sekadar islam di "kad pengenalan" bukan di dalam diri mereka.Aku pula insan biasa yang hanya tahu tentang serba serbi agama tidaklah sesempurna seperti hamba Allah yang lain.Allah maha Adil & Kaya dia insan yang jahil akan agama tetapi amat pandai di sekolah.Sering mewakili di dalam pelbagai acara sukan mahupun pelajaran.Aku pula insan biasa yang jarang sekali terpilih untuk mewakili apa-apa sudahlah sakit asma yang menghalang diriku untuk berkecimpung di dalam bidang sukan.Tambahan pula akal yang agak kurang memberangsangkan yang kurang faham tentang keadaan dunia yang sebenarnya.Allah maha Adil.maka dengan itu dipertemukanlah dua insan yang kurang sempurna.Kami berkenalan memalui 'muka buku' semakin diri ini rapat dengan dirinya semakin kenal tentang dunia. Dapat memantapkan akedemik pelajaran di dalam sekolah maklumlah berkawan dengan pelajar harapan.Dirinya pula mulai kenal dengan agama.Setiap kali kami melakukan sebarang kesalahan kami saling tegur menegur.Oleh kerana non muhrim bersahabat kini mulailah syaitan 'Laknatullah" menghasut kami berdua membibitkan sedikit demi sedikit bibit cinta yang akan berakhir dengan dosa.Saya tahu,perkara ini akan terjadi sebelum saya mulai rapat dengan dirinya,kerana saya tidak mahu terpengaruh dengan syaitan laknatullah ini.Aku mulai nekad untuk berubah tidak ingin lagi berhubung yang melampau rapat dengan non mahram di 'muka buku',meskipun ianya bukanlah perkara yang mudah namun aku mulai berusaha untuk menjadi insan yang mahal harganya.Ketika terserempak di sekolah diriku seolah-olah tidak menyedari kedatangannya.Aku mulai berselindung & mengelak daripada bersahabat dengan dirinya lagi.Aku tidak ingin perasaan cintaku ini ku berikan dengan insan yang belum pasti sama ada dia menjadi milikku mahupun tidak .Meskipun aku merasa kehilangan tiada tempat untuk mengadu seperti dulu.Namun aku redha,kerana persahabat kami hanyalah kerana Allah dan tidak ke arah zina.

Tuesday, 19 June 2012

MAMAT JIWANG versus MINAH BRUTAL


 
MAMAT JIWANG versus MINAH BRUTAL
sweet gler kot......rugi la sapa x baca.....mai la baca ramai... =D =D

Isnin (MULA2 BERKENALAN di stesen ktm)

Mamat : Assalamualaikum.. Hai awak, saya nak berkenalan dengan awak boleh tak..?
Minah : Waa'laikumussalam.. Boleh, tapi kene jumpa mak bapak aku dulu.. Minta izin.. Kalau mak bapak aku bagi, aku on je..
Mamat : Waaa.. Boleh tahan ek awak ni.. Ok saya jumpa mak bapak awak.. Bagi alamat rumah awak..
Minah : Ni i/c aku, cepat la salin alamat aku..
Mamat : Tangan menyalin sambil tersenyum2 (dalam hati : Ceh malas betul punya minah.. Takpe2.. Waa nama NURUL IMAN.. Lembut je nama tapi perangai brutal tol..)

Selasa (SAAT SI MAMAT JUMPA MAK BAPAK SI MINAH)

Mamat : Assalamulaikum pak cik mak cik.. Sihat..?
Pakcik & Makcik : Waa'laikumussalam.. Alhamdulillah kami sihat.. Tapi, anak ni siape..?
Mamat : Saya MOHD AIMAN.. Saya datang jumpa makcik dengan pakcik ni sebab nak mintak izin nak berkenalan dengan anak pakcik yang bernama NURUL IMAN..
Pak cik : Alhamdulillah.. Ade lagi pemuda yang gentleman macam kamu ni lagi ye zaman sekarang.. Sebenarnye, kamu la pemuda anyg pertama datang mintak izin sebelum nak berkenalan dengan anak pak cik NURUL IMAN tu..
Mamat : (Dalam hati : waaa bangge aku sebagai seorang lelaki sejati..)
Mak cik : Sebelum2 ni tak de siape yang berani datang.. katenye si NURUL IMAN tu garang sangat orang nye.. Sebenarnya tak.. Si NURUL IMAN tu orang nye lembut sangat, sopan, budi bahasa, rajin dan agama nye pun baik..
Mamat : Sambil angguk2 dan tersenyum2 mendengar cerita mak bapak minah (dalam hati : ceh.. Lembut ke..? Sopan ke..? Budi bahasa ke..? Takde gaye langsung.. Takpe2.. Wait n c minah..)
Pakcik : Pak cik izinkan anak berkenalan dengan anak pakcik NURUL IMAN…
Mamat : Terima kasih pakcik makcik..

Rabu (BILA DAH DAPAT KEIZINAN..)

Mamat : Awak parents awak dah izinkan saya berkenalan dengan awak..
Minah : Sso what..? Ade aku kisah..
Mamat : Tersenyum dalam kebengangan (dalam hati : eh2.. Sabar hati.. Sabar…)
Minah : Wei aku nak jumpa mak bapak ko pulak.. Ni fon aku, ko salin kan alamat ko.. Pastu save message..
Mamat : Awak nak wat pe jumpa ibu ayah saya..? (sambil tangan laju menaip alamat umah dan save message)
Minah : Yang ko sibuk kenape..? Macam mak nenek.. Banyak tanye.. Esok ko jangan ade dekat umah dari jam 11 a.m sampai jam 12 p.m, ko merayap la kemane2 pun... Kalau ade gak kat umah, aku bakar ko hidup2 depan mak bapak ko.. Paham..?
Mamat : Ok2.. Awak, saya nak no. tepon awak..? Mane lah tau lkaau rindu2 nanti boleh calling2..
Minah : Ooiiitt.. Geli aku.. Rindu2 ingat aku ni bini ko ke..? Nak termuntah aku dengar.. Ko call je 999 mintak no. tepon aku kat dorang.. Kompem dapat.. Dapat pelempang.. Hahahahaha..
Mamat : Senyum jela (dalam hati : eieieieieieieieieeieiieieie… Geram nye aku.. Takpe2.. Sabar hati.. Sabar)

Khamis ( APABILA MAMAT BALIK KERUMAH SELEPAS JAM 12 pm)

Ibu : MOHD AIMAN.. Sampai hati senyap2 ye.. Taknak kongsi langsung kat ibu ngan ayah ye..
Mamat : Apa ibu cakap ni..? Aiman tak paham la.. (dalam kepale sambil memikir apa sebenarnye telah terjadi)
Ayah : MOHD AIMAN.. Jangan nak main nyorok2 lah kami dah tau.. Tadi jam 11, GIRLFRIEND kamu datang.. Ayah berkenan lah kalau dia jadi menantu ayah..
Ibu : Ibu pun setuju.. Cantik, sopan, budi bahasa, pandai masak, pandai amik hati orang tua.. Seronok ibu kalau dapat menantu yang boleh jadi kawan ibu.. Kalau kami masuk meminang NURUL IMAN minggu depan cane MOHD AIMAN.. Kamu setuju..?
Mamat : Kalau ayah dengan ibu setuju dan suka, terus kan jela niat nak masuk minang NURUL IMAN tu… (dalam kebingungan : Sejak bile pulak aku ade GF ni.. GIRLFRIEND yang dicakapkan oleh ayah dan ibu adalah minah a.k.a NURUL IMAN.. peerrrrrr.. Gila la aku dah lah tak kenal sape minah tu.. Brutal pulak tu tetibe je ibu ayah nak wat menantu.. Tak pe.. Jalan je.. Ade sesuatu kat NURUL IMAN tu sampai ibu dengan ayah pun suka.. Hihihi)

Jumaat (HALAL & HARAM)

Mamat : Awak, minggu depan ibu ayah saya nak masuk meminang awak.. Takpe ke awak..?
Minah : Ko setuju ke mak bapak ko minang aku..?
Mamat : Setuju
Minah : Dah ko setuju, wat pe tanye aku lagi.. Ape la.. Cume aku nak kalau kite b’tunang aku cume nak barang hantaran telekung, sejadah dan al - quran yang ko khatam kan je.. Duit hantaran ikut suke ko nak bagi berape.. Aku tak kisah.. 10 sen pun aku terima.. Pastu 2 minggu je bertunang dan pastu kawin.. Dah kite tutup kes ni..
Mamat : Amboi dasyat tol awak ni.. Awak ni garang la tapi sweettt.. ( Sambil tangan mamat nak pegang tangan minah)
Minah : Oooiiittttttttt setan.. Kuar la ko dari badan mamat ni.. Ko tau tak HARAM sentuh orang yang bukan mahram selagi ko tak lafaz “AKU TERIMA NIKAHNYA” selagi tu ko HARAM nak sentuh aku.. Ko ade wudu’ tak..?
Mamat : Takde.. Nak wat pe..?
Minah : Ko g amik sekarang.. Cepat la..
Mamat : Merungut dalam hati sambil kaki melangkah mencari paip untuk berwudu’ (eiei minah ni cube la cakap sopan sikit ngan aku.. Garang macam singe.. Singe pun tak macam dia..)

SEKEMBALI MAMAT DARI MENGAMBIL WUDU’

Mamat : Awak, saya dah amik wudu’.. Awk nak saya buat ape..?
Minah : Diam la.. Banyak bunyi la ko ni.. Nah amik ni AL-QURAN.. Ni HALAL untuk ko pegang 24 jam pun, cium, pelok pun boleh.. Pahale bergande 1000x kalau ko bace.. Ha… Aku nak ko hafaz juzu’ 30.. Minggu depan kita tunang aku tau ko da hafaz semua surah dalam juzu’ 30 tu..

Jumaat (SEMINGGU SELEPAS BERTUNANG)

Mamat : Awak ape kate kite tukar panggilan.. Saya panggil awak SAYANG dan awak panggil saya ABANG..
Minah : Ooiiiittt.. Geli aku nak panggil ko abang.. ABANG tu hanya SUAMI aku je.. Ko tu bukan suami aku lagi.. Baru tunang nak gempak2.. Bla la wei… Ha daripada ko dok ngarot yang bukan2, ko da hafaz lom juzu’ 30..?
Mamat : Emmmmmmm.. Dah2.. Nape..?
Minah : Ha.. Ha cube bace kat aku ape yang ko hafaz..
Mamat : (Dengan mulai dengan surah al - fatihah dan seterusnye membace semua surah juzu’ 30 tu sampai habis..)
Minah : Alhamdulillah.. Pas ni ko bace pulak makne2 surah dalam juzu’ amma tu.. Minggu depan aku nak dengar ko bercerite depan aku…
Mamat : Daa macam peserte pertandingan hafazan dan bercerite pulak (cakap dalam nada slow)
Minah : Ooiitt ko kutuk aku ek..? Takpe2..
Mamat : Mane ade.. Awak memang cantik comel..
Minah : Dah2.. Jangan nak cakap lagi.. Aku tau dah aku memang cantik comel.. Sebab tu ko soh mak bapak ko minang aku kan..?
Mamat : Tersenyum (Dalam hati : Ceh masuk troli sorong sendiri la weii..)

Jumaat (2 MINGGU SELEPAS BERTUNANG)

Mamat : Awak2.. Awak tak rase ke apa yang saye rase..? Saye rase macam ade sesuatu yang indah antara kite berdua la.. Setiap kali ingat awak mesti terase yang awak dekat sangat dalam hati saya..
Minah : Ooiitt yang ko nak berjiwang karat sangat ni nape..? Bengkak telinge aku dengar.. Ko ingat ko berjiwang2 ni aku cair ngan ko.. Jangan harap la weii.. Dah2.. Sekarang ko cerita kan dekat aku kisah2 dalam juzu’ amma tu..
Mamat : (Dalam hati : Dia ni memang takde perasaan langsung.. Baru nak jiwang2 dah tak boleh.. Takpe.. Sabar hati.. Sabar..)
Minah : Ooiitt berangan plak.. Aku soh cerite bukan berangan.. Cepat la cite aku nak dengar..
Mamat : Sabar la.. Ngah susun ayat ni.. (Dengan nama Allah yang Maha Pemurah lagi Maha Penyayang.. Dia memulakan kisah dari 1 surah ke surah yang lain hingga khatam dalam juzu' amma tu)
Minah : Alhamdulillah.. Minggu depan kita nikah.. Aku nak sehari sebelum kite nikah ko wat qiamulllaill.. Allah tu Maha Melihat.. Kalau ko tak wat, ko tunggu la mase ko lafaz aku terime nikahnya mesti ko tersangkot2..
Mamat : Taknak la la sy.. Malu la tersangkut2.. Ok2.. InsyaAllah saya wat..
Minah : Tau pulak malu.. Ok.. Lagi 1, hari nikah tu aku nak ko senyum je sepanjang majlis.. Tak kisah la waktu tu ko sedih ke kecewa ke.. Yang aku nak tengok, ko senyum je.. Paham..?
Mamat : Faham.. Awak saya teringin nak tengok awak senyum.. Senyum la awk.. Mesti manis.. Selalu tengok muke garang awak je.. Senyum la sikit wak..
Minah : Ade.. Ade aku kisah.. Tak boleh.. Kalau nak tengok sangat aku senyum, tunggu hari kite nikah t.. Mesti ko tak boleh tidur pas tengok senyuman aku yang menggoda sangat ni tau.. Hahahahahahahaha..
Mamat : Emmmmmm.. Yelaaaaa..

Jumaat (HARI PERNIKAHAN)

Mamat : Dengan sekali lafaz.. “AKU TERIMA NIKAHNYA NURUL IMAN BINTI ISHAK DENGAN MAS KAWIN 80 RINGGIT TUNAI..”
Tok kadi : Sah3..
Minah : Alhamdulillah (Terus dia sujud syukur tanpa menghiraukan orang sekeliling dia)

(SAAT MEMBATALKAN AIR SEMBAHYANG)

Minah : Terima kasih ABANG kerana sudi mengambil NURUL IMAN sebagai isteri abang. Bimbinglah AYANG menjadi isteri yang solehah.. (sambil tangan terketar-ketar tok salam dan cium tangan suci suaminya)
Mamat : Subhanallah.. Terima kasih SAYANG sudi terima ABANG sebagai suami mu.. (sambil mengucup dahi isteri tercinta)

(MALAM PERTAMA)

Mamat : Sayang , abang tak sangka pulak rasenye belum sebulan kite kenal.. Tetibe je dah kawin.. Ajaib betul..
Minah : Tu namanye jodoh.. Kekuasaan Allah bang.. Kite hanya merancang tapi Allah juga yang menentukan segalenya..
Mamat : Sayang boleh abang tanye sesuatu..?
Minah : Tanya la abang,. (Dengan nada suara yang manje)
Mamat : Nape sayang dulu garang sangat ngan abang..? Tapi bile dengan orang tua abang n orang tua sayang cakap sopan..?
Minah : Maafkan sayang abang.. Ayang bukan sengaje nak berkasar dengan abang.. Ayang wat semua tu sebab nak uji sama ada abang sabar tak dengan karenah ayang.. Ayang nak abang terima ayang dengan seadanya.. Sebab sayang taknak kite hilang kemanisan cinta selepas berkawin gare2 abang dah sentuh ayang sebelum kawin.. Ni sekarang kite dah kawin.. Ayang milik abang.. Abang boleh sentuh ayang tanpa kene sound ngan ayang lagi.. Hihihi.. Abang nape abang kawin dengan ayang..?
Mamat : Subhanallah… Terima kasih sayang ku kerana menjaga batasan kita selama ini.. Abang pilih sayang kerana Allah.. Lepas abang wat qiamullai yang sayang suruh wat sehari sebelum nikah baru la abang dapat jawapan bagi perasaan yang tersembunyi antara kita berdua iaitu perasaan cinta.. I LOVE U SAYANG.. Waktu tu juga abang baru sedar ape hikmah nye kenape sayang suruh abang menghafal juzu' amma dan membace terjemahan nye.. Semua nya indah sayang.. Terima kasih sayang.. Sekarang pun abang sedang berusaha menghafal juzu’2 yang lain…
Minah : Alhamdulillah ya Allah kau kurniakan aku suami yang soleh (sambil tangan ye menadah doa) Abang, nape abang bagi ayang banyak sangat duit hantaran RM 20 ribu dengan kerete ALPHARD sebijik..? Kan ayang dah cakap kalau abang bagi 10 sen pun ayang terima..
Mamat : Sayang.. Anggap la tu hadiah daripada abang.. Berape sangat la nilai nye jika nak dibandingkan dengan nilai seorang isteri solehah cam ayang.. I LOVE U SAYANG UNTIL JANNAH..
Minah : I LOVE U TOOO ABANG.. UNTILLLL JANNAHTUL FIRDAUS.. AMINNNNNNN….

~*~ Perempuan yang garang luarannya sebenarye lembut hati nye. Garang dia kerana untuk menjaga maruah dan syariat Illahi. Jangan la dicaci maki perempuan yang garang itu, cume berilah nasihat InsyaAllah hati dia lembut mendengar nasihat mu...~*~

Sunday, 10 June 2012

SAHABAT




Semua orang didunia ada sahabat kan?mustahil kita tidak ada sahabat walaupun seorang..Apa makna sahabat?Bagi saya,sahabat merupakan antara orang yang paling dekat dihati kita.
Tanpa mereka,siapa jugalah kita kan?berikut saya senaraikan sikit antara hadis Nabi SAW berkenaan dengan makna sahabat;
"Sebaik baik sahabat di sisi Allah ialah orang yang terbaik terhadap temannya dan sebaik baik jiran di sisi Allah ialah orang yang terbaik terhadap jirannya."
(Hadis riwayat al-Hakim)
Dari Nu'man bin Basyir r.a., Rasulullah SAW bersabda ;
"Perumpamaan persaudaraan kaum muslimin dalam cinta dan kasih sayang di antara mereka adalah seumpama satu tubuh. Apabila satu anggota tubuh sakit maka mengakibatkan seluruh tubuh menjadi demam dan tidak bisa tidur."
(Hadis riwayat Muslim)
"Teman yang paling baik adalah apabila kamu melihat wajahnya, kamu teringat akan Allah, mendengar kata-katanya menambahkan ilmu agama, melihat gerak-gerinya teringat mati."
"Seseorang itu adalah mengikut agama temannya, oleh itu hendaklah seseorang itu meneliti siapa yang menjadi temannya."
(Hadis riwayat Abu Daud).
Hadis al-Bukhari dari Abu Musa al-Asy'ari, bermaksud:
"Diumpamakan rakan yang soleh dan rakan yang jahat ialah seperti (berkawan) dengan penjual minyak wangi dan tukang besi. Penjual minyak wangi tidak akan mensia-siakan anda, sama ada anda membelinya atau hanya mendapat bau harumannya. Tukang besi pula boleh menyebabkan rumah anda atau baju anda terbakar, atau mendapat bau busuk."Dalam islam sendiri ALLAH menggalakkan kita bersahabat,berteman,berkasih antara kita dan sebab itulah ALLAH menjadikan kita berbilang kaum dan warna kulit agar kita dapat saling kenal dan hormat-menghormati. Nah!ini terbukti apabila turunnya ayat :
"Hai manusia, sesungguhnya Kami menciptakan kamu dari seorang laki-laki dan seorang perempuan dan menjadikan kamu berbangsa-bangsa dan bersuku-suku supaya kamu saling kenal-mengenal (dan beramah mesra antara satu sama lain). Sesungguhnya orang yang paling mulia di antara kamu di sisi Allah ialah orang yang paling bertakwa di antara kamu. Sesungguhnya Allah Maha Mengetahui lagi Maha Mengenal."
(surah al-Hujurat [049] ayat 13)
Sifat yang perlu ada sebagai seorang sahabat:
* Ikhlas bersahabat kerana ALLAH
* Redha menerima kekurangan sahabat kita
* Tidak mengharapkan kebaikan atau ada niat yang tersembunyi
* Sabar dan menegur sahabat dengan berhikmah
* Sayang sahabat kita seperti sayang diri sendiri
* Sanggup berkorban demi kebaikan sahabat
* Bertolak ansur dalam sesuatu perkara
* Berfikiran terbuka dalam menerima pendapatnya
Bersahabatlah kerana ALLAH,pasti indah perhubungan itu. Bersahabat juga tidak terlepas daripada berselisih faham, kita lah yang harus bijak menangani masalah itu. Jangan sampai terputus silaturrahim ini. Sahabat, maafkanlah setiap kesalahan sahabat-sahabatmu. Memohon maaf terlebih dahulu bukan bererti kita kalah atau salah tapi demi menjernihkan keadaan,tidak salah kan kalau kita tolak ego kita ketepi?

Friday, 8 June 2012

Peliharalah kecantikan mu wahai hawa

 
Kamu Cantik Sekali, Tapi..

Saudari, kamu cantik sekali

Tapi hanya di mata manusia. Sedangkan yang Maha Kuasa tak pernah memandang rupa atau pun bentuk tubuh kita. Namun Dia melihat pada hati dan amal-amal yang dilakukan hamba-Nya.

Saudari, kamu cantik sekali

Tapi cantik luaran tak akan pernah abadi. Saat ini kita boleh berbangga dengan kemolekan wajah ataupun bentuk tubuh. Namun beberapa waktu nanti, saat wajah telah keriput, rambut pun kusut dan berubah warna putih, tubuh tak lagi tegap, membongkok dimakan usia, tak akan ada lagi yang boleh dibanggakan. Lebih-lebih jika telah memasuki liang lahad, tentu tiada manusia yang mahu mendekat.

Saudari, kamu cantik sekali

Tapi kecantikan hanyalah pemberian dan untuk apa dibangga-banggakan? Sesungguhnya kecantikan patut disyukuri dengan cara yang baik. Mensyukuri kecantikan bukanlah dengan cara mempamerkan gambar atau membandingkan rupa, sedangkan hakikatnya wajah itu bukan milik kita.

Tidakkah engkau rimas bila banyak mata lelaki yang memandang berhari-hari? Tidakkah engkau malu ketika wajahmu dinikmati tanpa kebenaran engkau sendiri yang menayang gambar. Ataukah rasa malu itu telah punah musnah? Betapa sayangnya jika demikian sedangkan ia sebahagian dari keimanan.

Saudari, kamu cantik sekali

Tapi apa manfaat pujian dan kekaguman seseorang? Adakah ia akan menambah pahala dari-Nya? Adakah darjatmu akan meninggi di sisi Ilahi setelah dipuji? Tiada yang menjamin wahai ukhti. Mungkin malah sebaliknya, wajah cantik itu menjadikanmu tiada harga di hadapan-Nya, kerana kamu tak mampu memelihara sesuai dengan ketentuan-Nya.

Saudari, kamu cantik sekali

Kecantikan itu harta berharga bukan barang murah yang boleh dinikmati dengan mudah. Dimana nilainya jika setiap mata begitu leluasa memandang cantiknya rupa. Dimana harganya dan kehormatan sebagai hamba Tuhan jika setiap orang, baik ia seorang kafir, musyrik atau munafik begitu mudah menikmati wajah para muslimah?

Saudari, kamu cantik sekali

Alangkah indah jika kecantikan luaran itu dipadu dengan kecantikan hatimu. Apalah erti cantik rupawan bila tak memiliki keimanan. Apalah guna tubuh molek memikat bila tiada rasa malu yang lekat. Cantikkan dirimu dengan cahayaNya. Cahaya yang bersinar dari hati benderang penuh keimanan. Hati yang taat sentiasa patuh pada syariat. Hati yang taqwa, yang selalu menjalankan perintah dan menjauhi larangan-Nya. Hati yang sederhana, yang tak berlebihan dalam segala urusan dunia.

Maka tampillah cantik di hadapan Penciptamu kerana itu lebih bererti daripada menampilkan kecantikan pada manusia yang bukan muhrimmu. Tampillah cantik di hadapan suamimu, kerana itu adalah sebahagian dari jihadmu. Mengabdi pada manusia yang kamu kasihi demi keredhaan Ilahi.

Tampillah cantik, cantik iman, cantik batin, cantik hati, kerana itu lebih abadi
^^ Berikut semua Hasil kreativiti *Muslimah MUjahidah Solehah*