Sunday, October 31, 2010

Good read for singapore parents and singaporeans...............

Self made millionaire commented in his blog in regard to the learning spirit of foreigners and singaporeans.

I believe instilling the right islamic spirit in our children will ensure this will not happen to our muslim children.  Unfortunately due to the metropolitan lifestyle desired by many singapore muslims,  this virtue of seeking knowledge and to excel in all aspects in their lives have diminished.  We need to look into this issue and address this issue within our family unit to ensure the problem to be resolved.

Wednesday, October 20, 2010



Rasulallah (صلى الله عليه وسلم) has mentioned, “There are two groups of people who are from amongst the inmates of the fire, I have not seen them. a) Such a nation who possesses whips like the tails of cattle, they beat the people with it. b) Women who are dressed, yet they are naked, they inclining towards others and others inclining towards them, their heads are like the leaning humps of female camels, they will not enter Jannah, nor will they get its fragrance. Verily, its fragrance can be smelt from such and such distance”. (Sahih Muslim vol.2 pg 205/383, Rashidiyyah)Was it right or wrong? You decide.

 Written by Rachelle Kliger
Published Sunday, May 30, 2010

Latest style in Islamic headscarves, the ‘puffed’ Hijab, riles conservatives.

It’s called the Abu-Nafkha-style Hijab. It’s popular, especially among teenagers and women with a flare for the flamboyant, and it has clerics and fashion aficionados fuming.

Abu-Nafkha is a relatively new style of Hijab, the religious headscarf worn by Muslim women, and is slowly gaining popularity throughout the Arab world.

The style is called Abu-Nafkha, or “puffed” because it involves creating a bulge under the scarf, usually by placing a large floral hair clip at the back of the head to add volume. This makes women look as if they have very thick hair.

Tuesday, October 5, 2010

Has your heart broken?

Allah Resides in Broken Hearts

Divine narrative: (hadith qudsi)“I am with those whose hearts are broken for My sake.” (At haf 6/290)The heart of a man receives shocks in many ways, e.g. anxieties, troubles, accidents, casualties, thus the heart is broken, but why? Just to make it a target for Allah’s mercy and bounty.

The heart is like a mirror. Do not prevent it from being broken. It’s breakage is more dearer in the sight of its maker (i.e Allah), than its safety. Almighty Allah being indeed the Maker.Dr Abdul Hayi Sahab used to say, when Allah breaks the heart of any of His servants, He desires to lift them to greater heights. These shocks, anxieties and sorrows which come to men are forced exertions in deen (faith) by which the servants progress in leaps and bounds to higher degrees and this is not possible in normal circumstances. He used to recite a couplet:“The potter threw down the pot to break it, saying that after breaking it, he would reshape it (in a better form).”“The moon like beloved ones take up their residence in deserted houses. They reside in the hearts of those who they ruin.”The divine light penetrates into the broken hearts, so do not be afraid of occasions of sorrow and shocks. If you truly and firmly believe in Allah, then this broken heart, these rising sighs and these tears will take you to greater heights of spiritual achievement.“The Valley of love is too far off, but some time a hundred years long journey is covered with one sigh, in the twinkling of an eye. Man should not therefore, get dejected and disappointed with these shocks and anxieties.”

If you can just get through this day,
Drag one foot after the other,
Your broken heart will fade away.
Again you’ll learn the words to say,
Teach yourself how not to suffer,
If you can just get through this day.
 Battle through the workplace affray ,
Do one task after the other,
Your broken heart will fade away.
The world will cease to seem so grey,
Eyes and smiles will soon recover,
If you can just get through this day.
Clear piles of paper from your tray,
Draw one breath after the other,
Your broken heart will fade away.
I promise you will be okay,And perhaps forgive that lover;
If you can just get through this day,Your broken heart will fade away.