Sunday, 14 March 2010
Monday, 8 March 2010
Al-Hambra, SpainSebelum ni sebuah masjid tapi skarang dijadikan musium. Yang paling bgus psl tmpat ni - ade statue singa yang setiap kali azan, akan keluar air dr mulutnye, utk umat Islam mengabil wudhuk. Cuba bayangkan - SETIAP KALI AZAN. MasyaAllah. Teknologi beribu2 tahun dulu, negara barat mana yg boleh menandingi? And because dalam bab ni musuh2 Islam mmg tak boleh lawan, dengar cerite dorg dh buang dh statue tu. T.T. But still, ukiran2 marble (marble, bukan kayu!) La Ila HaillalAllah dan ayat2 Al-Quran tak dibuang, Alhamdulillah. Kalo dorg buang jgak, mmg aku sendiri pergi spain and cari 'pembuang' nye.
Thursday, 4 March 2010
:D Assalamualaikum :D
Wednesday, 3 March 2010
Reasons why I loooove being short:* Easier for little kids to look at me.* Shortie = Cutie. I know you'll agree ;)* Being tall would be nice, but would be awkward when I'm around friends* Who wants a husband being shorter than them?
Tuesday, 2 March 2010
When I was finally 'awake' to get myself downstairs - to get some breakfast, I realised there was NO breakfast. So, as hard as it was, I had to prepare my OWN by MYSELF. Sadly though, I didn't have time for it since it was only ready to be eaten by the time I went out of the door to get myself to school.
What did I do then? To feed my empty stomach, I had to walk back home after my first lesson - only to find what I had intended to eat in the first place was finished! As much as I do NOT like cooking, I had to prepare something and came up with this magnificient, breathtaking Nasi Goreng! Fried rice in English. :)
As always, once I cook something, the whole WORLD is in shock! Not because I can't cook, but mainly because I prefer to cook what I want, when I want. Reminder : It has nothing to do with the taste! Oh wait, it does actually. Some people are just AMAZED at how good of a cook this girl can be. ;) The food was AWESOME! (self-praising once in awhile) ;) And truthfully, I'm quite happy with myself. I'm learning step by step on how to be a 'good girl' :)
Usually, if there is no food on the table and my mum isn't around, I'll ask my big brother to do the cooking. But, during half term last week, when my parents went Spain, I actually cooked! And guess what? I even have a picture to prove it ;)
o0oopss..can't seem to find it xP Pretty sure you can trust me without any proof ;) I'll try and get it sorted :0
You've only got ONLY 9 WEEKS LEFT!!
Monday, 1 March 2010
You watch an anime and the hero's motto will always be "never give up", and then we, if not the kids, will always get motivated as to make that motto part of our lives. But, as always, it's easier said than done. Ever wondered what it takes to stick with this motto?
You can never go anywhere without the intention to succeed. For example, you're hungry and your mum/ wife hasn't cooked anything for you yet. What would you do? Cook something for yourself or just sit there in front of the computer, hoping time will feed your hunger? If you just cannot be bothered to do something, nothing will happen! So, to never give up, make sure you are determined with your goal and do NOT lose sight of it!
Similar to determination, motivation is essential in making you work no matter what! Without it, your goal will be impossible to meet. The difference between determination and motivation; determination is where you push yourself to success, whilst motivation is where you are pushed by someone or something else towards success. Completely different in meaning, but both are equally necessary for people with the motto 'never give up!'. Without them, you are doomed!
Now, you must be thinking I'm joking. Believe me - I am NOT! You will not last a single day without patience. Why you wonder? Why not if I may ask you? If you expect things to go your way, when and how you want it, you are completely fooling yourself! As I've just learned from my past histories, the world does not revolve around us. It's we who revolve around the world. So, we need to make our stay as sweet and pleasant as we can, no matter how impossible that may seem.
Failures are inevitable, but that doesn't mean we will have to be stuck with it for the rest of our lives. Sometimes, they're there to teach us and because of this, we need to be patient. When something unexpected happens, take your time, understand why certain things happen and think of a way how to avoid the problem in the future and how you could go about in order to solve it. If you don't have the patience, you're bound to give up every time something bad comes along.
Belief in success
One of the most important ingredient, but hardly ever found. When you want to succeed, you need to believe you're capable of success. If you only think of yourself as a loser, what is there that's going to push you all the way to success? Forget determination, forget all the points I've mentioned before. If you don't have the belief in yourself, the belief that you can succeed, trust me - you will always give up in the end.