Wednesday, December 28, 2011

When dreams come true

Samsung Galaxy tab 7.0
Cost me RM16xx

Ireland rugby official bag
Cost me RM150

Cost me RM110

OPFu 2011

Selesai sudah OP Futsal tournament 2011. Sudah hampir seminggu ianya berlalu. Walaupun agak kecewa dengan kekalahan tapi sy tetap berpuas hati dengan segala usaha yang telah dilakukan untuk mewakili bekas pelajar MTD batch 2005-2008. Bukan senang hendak mengumpulkan satu team ni. Ramai yang belajar di luar Kuala Lumpur/Selangor. Tapi dengan pertolongan Allah, alhamdulillah sy berjaya juga mengumpulkan 6 orang wakil batch untuk menghadapi OPFu 2011 ni. Jersey batch pun dapat dibuat tepat pada masanya. Rasa sedikit kecewa pasukan kami hanya berjaya ke peringkat suku akhir, tetapi sy tetap boleh tersenyum kecil kerana berjaya menjaringkan 5 gol sepanjang kejohanan berlansung.

Keputusan perlawanan group stage:

1)FORTS vs Sovereign batch 2003-2006 (0-1)
2)FORTS vs Retrogrades batch 2000-2004 (2-0)
score: Faizie, Shabab
3)FORTS vs Senior Old Putera batch 1988-1991 (2-3)
score: Shabab,Shabab
4)FORTS vs Vulgarein batch 2006-2007 (3-0)
score: shabab, farhan, shabab

Peringkat suku akhir:

FORTS vs SOULS batch 2002-2005 (0-1)

Tuesday, October 25, 2011

Jika anda berhadapan dengan sesorang....

Pada suatu hari, anda berhenti di stesen minyak untuk mengisi minyak kereta yang hampir kehabisan. Di dalam, dompet anda hanya terdapat RM100. Selepas mengisi minyak Rm50, baki di dalam dompet hanyalah RM50. Baki di dalam bank pula hanyalah RM8 di sebabkan perbelanjaan anda sepanjang bulan tersebut.

Tiba-tiba, datang seorang perempuan berumur berpakaian baju kurung menghampiri diri anda. Beliau meminta sedikit wang untuk tabung pembinaan asrama anak-anak yatim di suatu tempat yang dinyatakan di resit apabila anda membayarnya.

Bagaimanakah reaksi anda menghadapi perempuan tersebut?

Saturday, September 24, 2011

Kita Lupa DIA akan marah..

Semalam,kita hidup.
Hari ini, kita diizinkan bangun dan masih lagi hidup.
Dosa-dosa semalam belum kita usaha untuk diampunkan, hari ini kita tambah lagi.
Luka semalam belum kita ubati, hari ini kita berjurus-jurus menambah luka-luka di dalam hati.

Kita rasa senang dengan kehidupan penuh ketidak kisahan ini.
Kita rasa terbuai dengan kealpaan ini.
Tidak mengapalah berbuat banyak-banyak dosa kerana esok masih ada.
Bukankah Allah itu Maha Pengampun?

Kita lupa bahawa, ada satu hari, Allah akan melepaskan kemarahan-Nya tanpa tertahan-tahan...

-Batu Bata Kehidupan-

Wednesday, September 21, 2011

Why airline industry is unique?

1) A capital intensive industry with high fixed costs:

A business is considered capital intensive depending on the ratio of capital required to the amount of labor. The airline industry is considered among the top of the high capital intensive industries. Airline industry also has high fixed costs as compared to revenues. This puts the industry to higher risk because in case it is not able to attain an economy of scale or if there is a downturn in sales, the high fixed cost can’t be covered and the business becomes unprofitable. Such a condition to some extent is also prevalent in automobile industry, but for an airline it becomes very critical. This is why there has been much higher frequency of bankruptcies in the airline industry and also a compelling merger and acquisition route to gain competitive advantage. This factor makes it a unique industry.

2) Low profitability:

As an industry, airlines have seen low profitability. It is said that in the US, the airline industry has made cumulative losses in the last 120 years. Even Warren Buffet is said to have acknowledged his mistake in buying shares in US Air, blaming the industry which loses money.

Every time fuel costs rise, or a new tax is imposed, or a staff strike happens; or there is an inability to raise the fare proportional to the rising input costs, their profitability is hit hard. Such an unexpected hit hurts the expansion plans and the whole fiscal planning goes haywire. But some companies have been able to make above industry-average profits using their unique business models. For example, when low-cost no-frills airlines emerged towards the end of the last century, it posed a serious threat to the legacy airlines. The new business model made almost the whole conventional full-service providers run for their money and traffic.

Due to combinations of high fixed costs, low profitability, and high competition, a lot of airlines have gone bankrupt and keep getting bankrupt. Also, this has resulted in new business structure: where there are holding companies or PE firms controlling them and airlines becoming merely operating units without much decision controls. In some markets very few airlines have remained without filing for bankruptcy.

3) High vulnerability to the state of the economy :

Global slowdown or recession: Airline industry is too much dependent on the global economic scenario. Every time an economic slowdown or recession happens, flyers go for cheaper options like trains or road; there are few tourists travelling; fewer business travels planned; and airlines have to run with empty seats. As a result, they face severe liquidity crisis.

Fuel makes 35-40% of costs of an airline, higher than this for low-cost-airlines, and any global crisis impacts the fuel prices too. Like any political turmoil in the oil producing nations causes the prices to go high above the roof. E.g. Jet fuel prices which were about USD 83 in August 2010 in Singapore are now USD 129 at around March 10, 2011 (Source: This is 55.4% higher in only 8 months! Analysts are predicting that global airlines’ net profits will half this year in 2011, due to rising oil prices (due to crisis in Egypt, Libya and others). Fluctuating prices of petrol are beyond the airline industry.

Also, domestic airlines depend heavily on the state of the national economy. If there is good GDP
growth and the country is witnessing rising prosperity, it will see a very bullish growth for the airlines. The current surge in air passengers in India is because of this very reason. But if economic growth falters, people would choose other modes of travel and airlines would come in the red.

4) Nationalization of Airlines:

Many countries have national airlines. Governments own and operate these airlines. At times they have nationalized private airlines to be able to have a national carrier. For example in India, the airline industry was pioneered by Tata Airlines in 1932 as a division of Tata Sons. But after independence, the government of India acquired majority stakes in Air India. Air transportation industry was nationalized in 1953, with domestic operations transferred to Indian Airlines.

In France, it started off as an air mail service in 1919. It was bought out in 1927 and renamed as AĆ©ropostale. The airline became a major international carrier. But in 1933 AĆ©ropostale went bankrupt and it was nationalized and merged with other airlines, making way for Air France.

Most governments rightly understand the strategic importance of airline industry at the time of crisis and wars and hence want to keep running national carriers despite the losses at times. Due to the nature of the business and the risks, many times airlines are prone to become victim of government interventions and bailouts, making the industry unique.

5) Frequent bailouts:

It is interesting to see how the US airlines fared in the aftermath of 9/11 terrorist attacks. Between 2000 and 2005 US airlines lost USD 30 Bn with wage cuts of over USD 15 Bn and 100,000 employees laid off. The US federal government provided USD 4.6 Bn in one-time subject-to-income-tax cash payments to 427 US airlines, with no provision for repayment. In addition, they also approved loan guarantees to six airlines totaling approximately USD 1.6 Bn. A similar situation prevails in India where government supports the national carrier Air India, no matter how much loss it makes. Analysts have been critical of this practice of “dumping” tax-payers money into the airline industry just for the sake of preventing bankruptcy. But so far, governments have always come to the rescue of the industry. This is a unique thing with the airline industry.

6) High barrier to entry and regulations in the markets:

Typically airlines are highly regulated due to political, economic and safety concerns. In such regulated markets, new airlines find it difficult to come up and establish them. Also, due to restrictive practices new airlines find it difficult to obtain slots at airports.

The entry barriers are low in deregulated markets, with dozens of airlines starting up from nowhere in no time. With time, the industry is seeing higher deregulation with US leading in 1978 and the Europe following up with deregulation. Deregulation increases the competition and promotes more players to enter the market.

Another interesting fact is that during economic slowdowns, it is easier for new airlines to establish themselves and gain grounds. They can find quick delivery of aircrafts, easier access to contracted services and facilities, and also trained and experienced staff who are laid off from other established airlines.

7) Low switching costs for customers:

It is very hard for airlines to develop a loyal customer base, particularly in markets like India. This is why all major airlines have been enthusiastically running Frequent Flyer Programs and other customer loyalty schemes. For a flyer, it is just a click of a button to go book on a competitor’s flight. And airline customers are often very sensitive about service. Once the flight is delayed or service is unsatisfactory, they can make a resolve of not flying by that airline again. This is because the high competition in the airline market has given the flyers too many options and almost no switching costs. The customers also gain because of the prevailing price wars.

8) Being central to ‘globalization’:

Due to its central role, the airline industry has grown with and can be identified with globalization. It facilitates global trade, international business, tourism, and hence helps economic growth of all nations. It is hard to imagine if today’s world would be as much globalised, or localized, without fast, efficient and convenient airlines.

Tourism and hospitality sector is one which stands out with being enabled because of airlines. Tourists from all over the world travel long distances in less time to reach exotic destinations, often in developing countries, and hence help these emerging economies. With time, these locations also get developed and their own citizens go on to visit other parts of the world – thereby completing a cycle. And their preferred mode of travel is again airlines. So airlines and tourism has a symbiotic relationship, one helping the other

9) Unprecedented safety concerns:

Because of the nature of air travel, the risks are high and in case of accidents the human casualty mounts. So the airline industry has to maintain strict safety standards and can’t be relaxed even for a moment. In many accidents the reason is found to be human error, which makes the case for stringent norms very strong. The 9/11 terror attacks in the New York in the year 2001 brought another angle to the already stringent safety concerns. The airlines have to maintain very high personal checking system to avoid repeat of terror activities. Even before 9/11, airplanes were used for terror activities many a time. For example the hijacking of aircrafts has been a common tactics used by terrorist groups, and they even try to bomb or blast the planes. (e.g. Kandahar hijack of IC-814 in 1999 and Air India Emperor Kanishka bombing in 1985)

Apart from accidents and terror threats, the air route has also been used by criminals, smugglers and traffickers for their activities and hence safety and security is always a concern for airlines.

10) Alliances and optimization: If we look at the competition in the US market which was deregulated quite early, we would realize how smaller players have found it too hard to survive competing against big airlines. For example, Midway Airlines was a small carrier tried to compete against US Airways and Eastern Airlines and it failed miserably. Ultimately it had to file for bankruptcy. It is said that Southwest survived because it avoided the markets dominated by big players like American and United. In such a competition, and due to the inherent risks unique to the airline industry, a new phenomenon came into being which is hardly seen in many other industries. It is ‘alliances’.

Friday, August 5, 2011

Air Transport Policy

Some things I have learned on this subject, such as open-sky policy, freedom of the air, free market structure, and more. Air transport policy will highlight on the regulatory development of the aviation industry. I will learn more about who was responsible in the industry to enforce the act at home and abroad. I also need to understand the roles of the international and local regulatory agencies and the roles and activities of the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) and International Air Transport Association (IATA) at the end of my studies later. After the class session, I've created a little reading on the internet on the subject. Below is some new knowledge I gained through reading it.

Freedom of Air

A set of commercial aviation rights gives a country's airline the privilege to enter and land in another country's airline. There were nine cases that must be adhered to each country. I learned after lecturer told to the whole class to find out what is it.

• The right to flight over a foreign industry
• The right of scheduled international air service gives by one state to another state or states to land in its territory for non-traffic purposes.
• The right of scheduled international air services, gives by one state to another state to put down, in the territory of the first state, traffic coming from the home state of the carrier
• The right of scheduled international air services, gives by one state to another state to take on, in the territory of the first state, traffic destined for the home state of the carrier
• The right of scheduled international air service gives by one state to another state to put down and to take on, in the territory of the first.
• The right of scheduled international air services, of transporting, through the home state of the carrier, traffic moving between two other states.
• The right of scheduled international air services, gives by one state to another state, of transporting traffic between the territory of the gives state and any third state with no requirement to include on such operation any point in the territory of the recipient state.
• The right of scheduled international air services, of transporting cabotage traffic between two points in the territory of the giving state on a service which originates or terminates in the home country of the foreign carrier or outside the territory of the granting State.
• The right or privilege of transporting cabotage traffic of the granting State on a service performed entirely within the territory of the granting State

Open Sky Policy

Open skies is an international policy concept which calls for the liberalization of rules and regulations on international aviation industry most specially commercial aviation opening a free market for the airline industry.

Free Market Structure

A free market is a market in which economic regulation by the state is limited to tax collection, and enforcement of private ownership and contracts. It is the opposite of a controlled market, in which the state directly regulates how goods, services and labour may be used, priced, or distributed, rather than relying on the mechanism of supply and demand.

Group Discussion

Besides that, my team consists of six people, including me Shahnazrin, Nur Liyana, Siti Liyana, Nur Nabila, Hidayati. We have been given the task by Base Learning Programme (PBL1) entitled Fire fly to operate from Subang gives a definite advantage to the subsidiary of Malaysia Airlines (MAS). In the first class subject of transport of water policy, the Lecturer to give a little explanation on this subject, we have been given the opportunity to hold discussions in the group to discuss the selected title. Before this, we are quite difficult to identify the requirements of the question. We waited until the class to ask questions so that we feel more clearly and understand the requirements of the question. Therefore, we are hard to build this one question for PBL. We just do brainstorming to get a few questions.

On the second day of August at 1100 am, we had a meeting at the library to find 100 questions about the title. However, we only got 64 questions only through the PESTLE analysis mostly. After that, on the 4th of August we had meetings again in the student center at 1500 hrs. We aim to get 16 more questions for the fulfillment of our questions to 80. We did it and prepare the hypothesis. Then, I have sent an email to the lecturer to analyze our question. Siti Liyana has sent the Black Berry Message (BBM) to lecturer to confirm email delivery.

On the fifth day of August at 0900hrs, we again make the last meeting this week to get the best 20 questions. Total all the questions we get is 78. Each member in the group I was asked to choose the 20 best questions. After that, there are some questions that we all choose the same question. We put the question because the majority of the members in the group choose the questions. Some questions just 5 people who agreed to be the question. After a discussion, we agreed to found a chosen question. Finally we managed to get the 20 best questions. We have divided the 20 questions to each group. I took three questions I would like to find an answer. Shahnazrin took four questions, Hidayati took three questions, Siti Liyana took three questions, Nabila took four questions and Nur Liyana take three questions. In kesuluruhannya, I am very satisfied with the teamwork in our group. Each plays a role in mobilizing this group. We have set on Sunday was the deadline to submit answers to these questions to my email. I will be responsible for the complete presentation in Power Point or Xmind.

Friday, May 27, 2011

apa khabar jodohku??

Berat rasanya kelopak mataku untuk tertutup. Bagaimana dengan kamu?

Apa kamu selalu terbangun di sepertiga malam terakhir? .. dan apakah mulutmu terus menerus berzikir dimalam hari?

Jujur aku rindu kamu, wahai jodohku..

Tapi saat ini belum saatnya untuk kita bertemu, bukannya aku tak mahu, atau aku tak rindu. Tapi sememangnya kerana perjalanan kita masih panjang, dan masih banyak kewajipan yang harus kita penuhi saban waktu.

Kadang–kala aku berfikir, apa nanti saat subuh tiba kau akan membangunkanku? Mengajakku bertafakur dan bersujud kepada-Nya?

Berat hati ini menantikanmu, gelisah pula hati ini memikirkanmu.

Adakah kau selalu menghiasi langkahmu dengan kebaikan-kebaikan?. Apakah nanti saat zuhur tiba, kau akan meninggalkan kesibukanmu sementara, hanya untuk menghadapNya?

Jodohku, sihatkah kamu?

Kalau aku berada disampingmu saat ini, mungkin aku akan merawatmu dengan penuh kasih sayang.

Jodohku, sabar dan tenanglah..

Aku disini masih bersabar menanti mu. Janganlah hatimubersedih, senyumlah.. kerana aku yakin kebahagiaan akan selalu menyertai kita.

Jikalau detik ini hatimu sedang terluka, berwuduklah.. dan dekatkanlah dirimu kepada-Nya. Tetapi disini aku berharap agar kamu baik-baik saja.

Jodohku, aku rindu..

Bilakah kita akan bertemu?. Begitu banyak hal yang ingin ku ceritakan kepadamu. Begitu banyak pula harapanku untuk menantikan nasihat–nasihat mu.

Hati ini kosong, dan hati ini tak sabar menanti kehadiranmu yang kan membalut dan menyembuhkan luka dihatiku.


Adakah kau juga rindu padaku?. Bagaimana dengan Quranmu?. Sudahkah kau baca diantara maghrib dan isyak?. Apa yang kau fahami dari surah itu?. Ceritakanlah kepadaku.. ingin aku mendengarnya.

.. Dan begitu juga dengan keluhanmu, aku sedia mendengarnya..

Apa perubahan yang kau lakukan dari hari ke hari?. Semakin baikkah?. Ketahuilah, ku hanya mengharapkan yang terbaik buatmu.


Disetiap langkahku dan seusai solatku, ku bisikkan AL-Fatihah untukmu, agar kau selalu berada dijalan-Nya.

Bersabarlah sayang, waktu-waktu ini bukanlah waktu yang lama.. dan ingatlah sayangku, janganlah sampai dirimu tersalah memilih jalan.


Nantikanlah diriku, dengan perbagai kebaikan yang nantinya akan membawa rahmat untuk kita dari-Nya.

Jagalah dirimu dari hal-hal yang dilarang agama.. kerana aku mencintaimu secara tulus dan ikhlas demi-Nya.


Bersiaplah kau untuk mencintaiku secara tulus dan redha menerima segala kekuranganku dan membenarkanku dikala aku salah.

Sayang, berusahalah membahagiakan orang tuamu .. dengan menjaga sikapmu dan tutur katamu. Aku yakin kau adalah seorang yang sabar, seorang yang cekal, seorang yang boleh membesarkan anak–anak kita kelak dengan penuh hikmah.

Ingatlah, jangan pernah dikau merasa keseorangan.. kerana aku disini masih setia menantimu.


Seandainya siang sudah berlalu.. pejamkanlah matamu dengan buaian doa, dariku yang selalu kuhadiahkan untukmu.


Ingatlah sayang, aku selalu ada untukmu..

Semoga kerinduanku ini akan terjawab, seiring berjalannya waktu.. dan semoga ALLAH yang maha Esa selalu membimbing kita ke jalan yang diredhai-Nya. Amin.

Thursday, May 19, 2011

Jika Syaitan Datang Kepadamu

Ada sepuluh pesanan Rasulullah saw yang mengajarkan kita cara mengusir iblis dan bala tentaranya jika menyerang kita dengan rayuan-rayuan yang menyebabkan kita terjerumus kedalam jurang kehinaan tanpa kita sedari dengan memanfaatkan titik kelemahan kita .

Mari kita perhatikan pesanan kenabian tersebut dalam bentuk dialog antara manusia dan syaitan :

1. Jika ia datang kepadamu dan berkata : "Anakmu mati". Katakan kepadanya: "Sesengguhnya makhluk hidup diciptakan untuk mati, dan zuriat dariku (putraku) akan masuk syurga. Dan hal itu membuatku gembira".

2.Jika ia datang kepadamu dan berkata : "Hartamu musnah".Katakan kepadanya: "Segala puji bagi Allah Zat Yang Maha Memberi dan Mengambil, dan menggugurkan atasku kewajiban zakat".

3. Jika ia datang kepadamu dan berkata : "Orang-orang menzalimimu sedangkan kamu tidak menzalimi seorang pun".Maka, katakan kepadanya :"Siksaan akan menimpa orang-orang yang berbuat zalim dan tidak menimpa orang-orang yang berbuat kebajikan ( Mukhsinin)".

4. Dan jika ia datang kepadamu dan berkata :"Betapa banyak kebaikanmu", dengan tujuan menjerumuskan untuk bangga diri (Ujub). Maka katakan kepadanya: "keburukanku jauh lebih banyak dari pada kebaikanku".

5. Dan jika ia datang kepadamu dan berkata :"Alangkah banyaknya shalatmu". Maka katakan :"Kelalaianku lebih banyak dibanding shalatku".

6. Dan jika ia datang dan berkata :"Betapa banyak kamu bersedekah kepada orang-orang". Maka katakan kepadanya :"Apa yang saya terima dari Allah jauh lebih banyak dari yang saya sedekahkan".

7. Dan jika ia berkata kepadamu :"Betapa banyak orang yang menzalimimu". Maka katakan kepadanya :"Orang-orang yang kuzalimi lebih banyak".

8. Dan jika ia berkata kepadamu :"Betapa banyak amalmu". Maka katakan :"Betapa seringnya aku bermaksiat".

9. Dan jika ia datang kepadamu dan berkata :"Minumlah minuman keras!" Maka katakan :"Saya tidak akan mengerjakan maksiat".

10. Dan jika ia datang kepadamu dan berkata :"Mengapa kamu tidak mencintai dunia ?" Maka katakan Aku tidak mencintainya dan telah banyak orang lain yang tertipu olehnya".

Syaitan tidak datang dalam bentuk yg asal tapi dalam bisikan hati yang halus.WASPADAlah dengan bisikan begini..sekadar berpesan pada diri sendiri dan sahabat semua..

Sunday, May 15, 2011

Wanita Pertama Penghuni Syurga

Mari kita belajar sesuatu daripada kisah ini..selamat membaca =)

Rasulullah s.a.w pernah memberitahu puteri kesayangannya Fatimah, bahawa beliau bukanlah wanita pertama yang akan masuk ke syurga. Hal itu sangat membuatkan Fatimah berasa dukacita dan cemburu lalu beliau pun bertanya kepada Rasulullah apakah amalan wanita tersebut sehingga beliau layak untuk menjadi wanita pertama yang masuk ke syurga. Rasulullah s.a.w memberitahu kepada puterinya itu supaya beliau pergi ke rumah wanita itu dan melihat sendiri amalan wanita tersebut.

Lalu, Fatimah pun bersiap-siap untuk pergi ke rumah wanita yang dimaksudkan oleh Rasulullah itu. Pada kali pertama kedatangannya ke rumah wanita yang bernama Siti Muti'ah itu, Fatimah tidak dibenarkan masuk kerana suami wanita tersebut tiada di rumah dan beliau tidak mendapat keizinan daripada suaminya untuk membenarkan tetamu masuk.

Maka, Fatimah pulang kembali ke rumahnya dan akan datang semula ke rumah tersebut pada keesokan harinya. Pada hari berikutnya, Fatimah datang kembali dengan membawa dua orang puteranya, Hassan dan Hussin. Malang lagi menimpa Fatimah kerana Siti Muti'ah tidak membenarkan Fatimah masuk ke rumahnya kerana beliau hanya meminta izin dari suaminya supaya Fatimah seorang sahaja yang boleh masuk ke rumahnya manakala Hassan dan Hussin tidak boleh masuk tanpa kebenaran suaminya. Sekali lagi Fatimah pulang dengan perasaan hampa kerana tidak dapat melihat amalan wanita tersebut.

Pada hari yang ketiga barulah Fatimah diizinkan masuk ke dalam rumah Siti Muti'ah. Pada pandangan Fatimah setelah pertemuannya dengan Siti Muti'ah, tiada apa-apa yang istimewa pada wanita tersebut yang melayakkan beliau menjadi wanita pertama yang masuk ke syurga. Sedang asyik Fatimah berbual dengan Siti Muti'ah, tiba-tiba Siti Muti'ah bangun dari duduknya dan segera bersiap-siap membuatkan Fatimah kehairanan. Rupa-rupanya wanita tersebut menyiapkan dirinya untuk menyambut kepulangan suaminya.

Sewaktu menyambut kepulangan suaminya, Siti Muti'ah menyediakan air dan menghidangkan sedikit makanan untuk suaminya. Beliau juga dilihat menyediakan sebuah tongkat yang akan digunakan oleh suaminya bagi menghukum Siti Muti'ah sekiranya didapati beliau melakukan kesalahan sepanjang pemergian suaminya. Siti Muti'ah juga memakai pakaian yang menarik untuk menghiburkan suaminya.

Setelah melihat adegan itu, Fatimah pulang dengan perasaan yang cukup kagum dan terharu dengan layanan yang sangat istimewa yang diberikan oleh Siti Muti'ah terhadap suaminya. Fatimah terus mendapatkan ayahandanya Rasulullah s.a.w dan menceritakan tentang peristiwa yang dilihatnya di rumah Siti Muti'ah. Dengan penuh rasa rendah diri, Fatimah memberitahu kepada Rasulullah bahawa sememangnya Siti Muti'ah sememangnya layak untuk menjadi wanita pertama yang masuk ke syurga kerana ketaatan yang tidak berbelah bahagi kepada suaminya itu. Wallahu'alam

Monday, March 7, 2011

Tiada cinta sebelum kahwin

-Cintailah Allah, nescaya cinta pasangan solehah turut kau miliki-

Cinta yang bertandang di lubuk hati itu fitrah. Namun, apabila ia disusuli tindak-tanduk yang tidak Allah redai,ia akan bertukar menjadi fitnah. Allah SWT memahami fitrah ini dengan mensyariatkan perkahwinan.Justeru, untuk apa menikmati cinta sebelum perkahwinan? Bimbang ia jadi tawar dan hambar. Hilang barakah, hilang kemanisan.

Riwayat Hakim,Ibn Asakir, al-Dailami, dan lain-lain:

Maksudnya:"Sesiapa yang jatuh cinta,kemudian menyembunyikannya hingga kematian datang menjemputnya,maka dia adalah seorang yang syahid''

''Sesiapa yang jatuh cinta,lalu dia memelihara kesucian dirinya dan bersabar hingga meninggal dunia,maka dia adalah seorang yang syahid''

Maksudnya: Ya Tuhan kami, anugerahkanlah kepada kami pasangan kami dan keturunan kami sebagai penyayang hati(kami), dan jadikanlah kami pemimpin orang-orang bertakwa.
(Surah al-Furqan 25:74)

Kepada setiap dugaan mendatang selepas ini,kuungkapkan, ''Maaf, aku dah ada pilihan,'' Dan pilihan yang kumaksudkan ialah pilihan untuk terus belajar dan menggapai cita-cita. Daripada Abu Hurairah r.a bahawa Nabi SAW bersabda:

Maksudnya: '' Dinikahi wanita itu kerana empat perkara: Kerana hartanya dan kerana keturunanya dan kerana kecantikannya dan kerana agamanya maka pilihlah yang mempunyai (mengamalkan) agama, ia menyenangkan kamu.''

Renungkan sahabat dan kawan2, jika anda bercinta dan berjaya melangkah ke alam rumah tangga nescaya ia terbina atas dasar maksiat,yang mengundang padah kepada peribadi zuriat kamu pastinya. Nauzubillah!