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Friday, January 09, 2015

2013+1




Time clocking to 7.

Currently in the midst of finding the missing lecture notes, rummaging through old exam papers and sorting it out. To be skimmed for the next couple of days (insha Allah). My first paper starts this Friday and I only have approximately today, tomorrow, the day after tomorrow, the day after tomorrow tomorrow in order to cram all 7 subjects inside my useless and space less brain. 

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Oh how ironic. This was written a few days ago just before my first paper. And now, done with 5, with two more to go. Alhamdulillah everything turning out good I guess. Though, I do felt the preparation was quite messy and I was unable to focus due to some distractions along the way -_- but managed to grip the important points. I'm hoping that I'll improve this semester. Its my second last shot before graduation and final year project. Ahhh taknak habis belajar please ;( . Anyways, its coming down soon to Friday. This week I felt badly beaten by the stress and anxiety, alongside with backpain, neckpain, nausea and constant headache. All because of cramming the 2 subjects in and today, we had exams back to back. From 830 to 130. Tell me how do other people cope with exams for more than 2 hours. Today it really killed me. I need a break seriously...


 Them flowers. Layu the moment sampai KL -_-


Guess where? 

And uhm, its the new year guys. Of course, according to masihi la. Islamic calendar long gone already hehe. The first page of the 365 days for me was dull and boring. Not that I had other options. Thank you to the fireworks and lights for making that night a little bit merrier than before, since you know everyone is occupied with studying and my room was really quiet. Welcoming the new year, I did not miss the opportunity in reminiscing the events and moments of 2014. I tried putting all the best times I had. And I know, 2014 was a positive year for me. I made transitions with little bit of adjustments to it but it was a good year anyways. I discovered a few things about the self and it was a soulful journey. Thank you to everyone whom has made this year to be tremendous and joyful. Thank you to those who gave me hard times too, no exception haha dont worry Ill just keep that to myself. I've nothing but to thank Allah SWT for His endless blessings throughout the year. Alhamdulillah ^_^


Peeps.
(Ni awal2 sem ye. Hujung2 sem takde makna nak keluar camni haha)

I think the main highlight of 2014 was visiting the blessed land of Holy Mecca and Madinah. It was an amazing experience, until today I would have cried remembering of the fond memories I had. It was very a soul cleansing journey. I just loved the ambience where Islam is practiced at its best. Everyone practically raced towards the masjid everytime the adhan came. They wouldnt want to miss the 27 darjat of pahala right? And mashaAllah I think the people who cleans and manages the masjid up to its finest cleanliness and comfort is the most luckiest people ever! They do not only get to receive endless amount of alms from the jemaah, they are also given the chance to see Kaabah everyday, pray in the Prophet SAW mosque. I mean the pahala must have been billions by now. Until at a certain point, I would consider living and dying here. Because when someone dies, the whole jemaah would pray for you huaaa imagine millions of people praying for your ease in the afterlife. That dua is like GOLDEN! 



Labbaikallah humma labbaik'....


All captured and edited using my phone. Didn't think it was proper to bring the SLR to masjid lol.

We stayed in Madinah for 5 days, then straight to Mecca to perform our umrah. Madinah was slightly colder to Mecca. When I was in the van reaching to Mecca in our ihrams, I looked out and saw sand desserts. There were a few stall or possibly the bedouins with their camel milk business. Other than that, it was just clear sand. And I thought, that 5 hour journey seems so long with a van, The Prophet SAW and his companions travelled by camels and it must have taken days to reach Mecca. I felt honoured at the same time touched too. The Prophet SAW did so much for us, he traveled in the long hours, fought wars with the musyrikeens, gets treated badly when giving dawah, sewn his own clothes, fasts when theres lack supply of food...all because his love for Allah and Islam.


Bedouins // Badwi


Hehe @ Masjid Quba, the first mosque built by the Prophet SAW.

Its true when people say, its impossible to love someone when you barely get to see them, you barely know how he looked like and how he was when he was alive. Until I started listening to stories, seerah about his life and journey in spreading Islam, how he sacrified a LOT for his ummah, I just couldnt help but to fall in love more and more with this figure. InshaAllah when time permits, I'll make sure that umrah would be 3-4 years routine, that is when I'm already financially stable, I can bring my parents too. Ever heard of the hadith stating that umrah is the expiation of sins committed between that and the previous umrah? Authentic hadith from Bukhari and Muslim. The reason why I'm looking forward to next one inshaAllah :)

Yours Truly : )

Gearing for the last 2 papers, then hello sem break!
Allahu musta'an & Bittaufiq wannajah fil imtihan Aisyah Munirah!

* Dont forget to pray to those who are affected by the recent shootings in Paris (gonna write up about that soon!) and those who were conflicted by the floods in Pantai Timur.
*Air Asia plane too. Haih so many plane tragedies.

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