Sunday, December 30, 2012


C.U.T.I =

:: Cuba Untuk Terus Istiqamah

:: Cekal Untuk Tarbiah Iman

:: Cinta Untuk Tetap Islam

Monday, October 1, 2012

Ten Tips - Exam techniques

Tests and exams are a regular part of the school environment. It is important that exams be kept in proportion - they are important, but not the end of the world. Some things can be done to make exams a more valuable, worthwhile and less threatening experience for students.
  1. Have all necessary material with youYou can't borrow items such as pens, pencils, rulers or special equipment while in an examination.
  2. Have a relaxing night before your exams
    Have an early night, and try to have a healthy breakfast.
  3. Read the entire paper.
    Where you have choices, decide which ones you plan to answer.
  4. Plan your time.
    Spend some time drafting a plan for the questions you choose to answer.
  5. Jot down ideas as they come to you.
    While you are answering one question, information about another may suddenly occur to you. Jot it down somewhere because when you come to that question perhaps an hour later, you may have forgotten it.
  6. Don't leave any questions unanswered.If you are short of time, use note form. Remember, you can only be marked on the answers you give.
  7. Never leave the room early.
    If you have time at the end, go over your work, add information (eg in the margin). You can't return if you suddenly remember a fact after you have left.
  8. Do not spend too long on multiple choice questions.With multiple choice questions it is best to cover the answers and work out your own before looking at the choices on paper. If you can't answer the question come back to it later - have a guess.
  9. Never omit an entire question.
    No matter how well you answer other questions, you must leave time for all questions - a perfect answer can still only earn a certain number of marks. If you write nothing, you can't receive any marks and you have lost all your marks for a particular question. Write something - it may at least give you a few points.
  10. Maintain a stable energy level.
    Eating foods such as chocolate bars before an exam might give you an energy boost to begin with but your blood sugar levels will drop within an hour and your energy will plunge dramatically, making it hard for you to concentrate.

allah is always by our side

Sunday, September 16, 2012



Rasulullah S.A.W telah bersabda bahawa, "Malaikat Jibril, Mikail, Israfil dan Izrail A.S. telah berkata kepadaku.

Berkata Jibril A.S. : "Wahai Rasulullah, barang siapa yang membaca selawat ke atasmu tiap-tiap hari sebanyak sepuluh kali, maka akan saya bimbing tangannya dan akan saya bawa dia melintasi titian seperti kilat menyambar."

Berkata pula Mikail A.S. : "Mereka yang berselawat ke atas kamu akan aku beri mereka itu minum dari telagamu."

Berkata pula Israfil A.S. : "Mereka yang berselawat kepadamu akan aku sujud kepada Allah S.W.T dan aku tidak akan mengangkat kepalaku sehingga Allah S.W.T mengampuni orang itu."

Malaikat Izrail A.S pula berkata : "Bagi mereka yang berselawat ke atasmu, akan aku cabut roh mereka itu dengan selembut-lembutnya seperti aku mencabut roh para nabi-nabi."

Apakah kita tidak cinta kepada Rasulullah S.A.W.? Para malaikat memberikan jaminan masing-masing untuk orang-orang yang berselawat ke atas Rasulullah S.A.W.

Dengan kisah yang dikemukakan ini, kami harap para pembaca tidak akan melepaskan peluang untuk berselawat ke atas junjungan kita Nabi Muhammad S.A.W. Mudah- mudahan kita menjadi orang-orang kesayangan Allah, Rasul dan para malaikat.

Tuesday, September 11, 2012

To Be Excellent Leader

 Leader of Islam

1. Excellent Islamic leaders submit to Allah and govern by His Edicts:
·         Governance powers are prudently disciplined, checked, and the rule of law is ensured through supremacy of God’s  (Allah’s) direction“And whosever does not govern by that which Allah has revealed, such are the wrongdoers” ( Quran 5:45).
 2. Excellent Islamic leaders are empathetic, forgiving and use a shura form of decision-making:
·          The Quran states: “And by the Mercy of Allah, you dealt with them gently. And had you been severe and harsh-hearted, they would have broken away from about you; so pass over (their faults), and ask (Allah’s) Forgiveness for them; and consult them in the affairs. Then when you have taken a decision, put your trust in Allah, certainly, Allah loves those who put their trust (in Him)” (3:159).
3. Excellent Islamic leaders are truthful, just and avoid bribery.
·         And do not devour your wealth among yourselves through falsehood, and offer it not as a bribe to the authorities that you may knowingly devour a part of the wealth of other people with injustice.” (2:189).
4. Excellent Islamic leaders keep their word and deal firmly with those who break theirs.
·         If you fear treachery from any people throw back (their covenant) to them (so as to be) on equal terms (that there will be no more covenant between you and them). Certainly Allah likes not the treacherous”. (8:58).


Santai Raya Mahallah Zainab Al-Jahsy
On 31 August 2012, Mahallah Zainab Al-Jahsy had organized Santai Raya Ceremony which ain to enhance the spirit of syawal among the residents of Zainab Collage in order to strengthen the ukhuwwah or sisterhood among them.
This ceremony has left with the sweet memories to be remembered. There was a lot of food provided during the ceremony such as the delicious soto and meehoon soup, the delightful sate with kuah kacang, the yummy cendol and bubur, colorful dadih and tasteful ice cream with crunchy cone. Are you hungry now? ;)
Come and join us for the next year!
Moreover, there were interesting games conducted during that night which were Let’s Eat, Jangan Lupa Lirik and Poem’s Recitation. In the most interesting game for that night was Let’s Eat. Can you imagine there was one participant that manage to finish a plate of kuih raya less than five minutes. This was amazing, right?
This Santai Raya ceremony is the best ceremony that we always be remembered.
Congratulation and thank you to all participants of this Santai Raya Ceremony.

Have a look there! (^_^)

Thursday, September 6, 2012

MUST READ!!! ^__^

This story was recounted by Prof. Khalid Al-Jubeir, consulting cardiovascular surgeon, in one of his lecture,

Once I operated on a two and a half year old child. It was Tuesday, and on Wednesday the child was in good health. On Thursday at 11:15 am – and I’ll never forget the time because of the shock I experienced – one of the nurses informed me that the heart and breathing of the child had stopped. I hurried to the child and
performed cardiac massage for 45 minutes and during that entire time the heart would not work.

Then, ALLAH decreed for the heart to resume function and we thanked HIM. I went to inform the child’s family about his condition. As you know, it is very difficult to inform the patient’s family about his condition when it’s bad. This is one of the most difficult situations a doctor is subjected to but it is necessary. So I looked for the child’s father whom I couldn’t find. Then I found his mother. I told her that the child’s cardiac arrest was due to bleeding in his throat; we don’t know the cause of this bleeding and fear that his brain is dead. So how do you think she responded? Did she cry? Did she blame me? No, nothing of the sort. Instead, she said “شكرا الْحَمْدُ الله Alhamdulillah” (All Praise is due to ALLAH) and left me.

After 10 days, the child started moving. We thanked ALLAH and were happy that his brain condition was reasonable. After 12 days, the heart stopped again because of the same bleeding. We performed another cardiac massage for 45 minutes but this time his heart didn’t respond. I told his mother that there was no hope. So she said: “ شكرا الْحَمْدُ الله Alhamdulillah. O ALLAH, if there is good in his recovery, then cure him, O my Lord.”

With the grace of ALLAH, his heart started functioning again. He suffered six similar cardiac arrests till a trachea specialist was able to stop the bleeding and the heart started working properly. Now, three and a half months had passed and the child was recovering but did not move. Then just as he started moving, he was afflicted with a very large and strange pus-filled abscess in his head, the likes of which I had never seen. I informed his mother of the serious development. She said “ شكرا الْحَمْدُ الله Alhamdulillah” and left me.

We immediately turned him over to the surgical unit that deals with the brain and nervous system and they took over his treatment. Three weeks later, the boy recovered from this abscess but was still not moving. Two weeks pass and he suffers from a strange blood poisoning and his temperature reaches 41.2°C (106°F). I again informed his mother of the serious development and she said with patience and certainty: “ شكرا الْحَمْدُ اللهAlhamdulillah. O ALLAH, if there is good in his recovery, then cure him.”

After seeing his mother who was with her child at Bed#5, I went to see another child at Bed#6. I found that child’s mother crying and screaming, “Doctor! Doctor! Do something! The boy’s temperature reached 37.6°C (99.68°F)! He’s going to die! He’s going to die!” I said with surprise, “Look at the mother of that child in Bed#5. Her child’s fever is over 41°C (106°F), yet she is patient and praises ALLAH.” So she replied: “That woman isn’t conscious and has no senses”. At that point, I remembered the great Hadith of the Prophet
(ﺻﻠﯽ الله ﺗﻌﺎﻟﯽٰ ﻋﻠﯿﮧ ﻭﺍٓﻟﮧ ﻭﺳﻠﻢ ): “Blessed are the strangers.” Just two words… but indeed two words that shake a nation! In 23 years of hospital service, I have never seen the likes of this patient sister.

We continued to care for him. Now, six and a half months have passed and the boy finally came out of the recovery unit – not talking, not seeing, not hearing, not moving, not smiling, and with an open chest in which you can see his beating heart. The mother changed the dressing regularly and remained patient and hopeful. Do you know what happened after that? Before I inform you, what do you think are the prospects of a child who has passed through all these dangers, agonies, and diseases? And what do you expect this patient mother to do whose child is at the brink of the grave and who is unable to do anything except supplicate and beseech ALLAH? Do you know what happened two and a half months later? The boy was completely cured by the mercy of ALLAH and as a reward for this pious mother. He now races his mother with his feet as if nothing happened and he became sound and healthy as he was before.

The story doesn’t end here. This is not what moved me and brought tears to my eyes. What filled my eyes with tears is what follows:

One and a half years after the child left the hospital, one of the brothers from the Operations Unit informed me that a man, his wife and two children wanted to see me. I asked who they were and he replied that he didn’t know them. So I went to see them, and I found the parents of the same child whom I operated upon. He was now five years old and like a flower in good health – as if nothing happened to him. With them also was a four-month old newborn. I welcomed them kindly and then jokingly asked the father whether the newborn was the 13th or 14th child. He looked at me with an astonishing smile as if he pitied me. He then said, “This is the second child, and the child upon whom you operated is our first born, bestowed upon us after 17 years of infertility. And after being granted that child, he was afflicted with the conditions that you’ve seen.”

At hearing this, I couldn’t control myself and my eyes filled with tears. I then involuntarily grabbed the man by the arm, and pulling him to my room, asked him about his wife: “Who is this wife of yours who after 17 years of infertility has this much patience with all the fatal conditions that afflict her first born?! Her heart cannot be barren! It must be fertile with Imaan!”Do you know what he said? Listen carefully my dear brothers and sisters. He said, “I was married to this woman for 19 years and for all these years she has never missed the [late] night prayers except due to an authorized excuse. I have never witnessed her backbiting, gossiping, or lying. Whenever I leave home or return, she opens the door, supplicates for me, and receives me hospitably. And in everything she does, she demonstrates the utmost love, care, courtesy, and compassion.” The man completed by saying, “Indeed, doctor, because of all the noble manners and affection with which she treats me, I’m shy to lift up my eyes and look at her. So I said to him: “And the likes of her truly deserve that from you.”

The End…

Tuesday, August 28, 2012

MRC's BOARD 2012/2013



Ramadan ended with the siting of the rising of the moon. The Islamic faith is marked by the period of sacrifice and the joy thereafter! It epitomizes what all significant religions demand. The sacrifice is real. For those not of Islamic faith they have all shared the pain and joy of sacrifice with Muslim friends. We share their joy when they break their fast as well as throughout the day as they exercise religious discipline.
The exercise of Ramadan and the celebration of Eid can be seen both as an
individual as well as societal exercise. In preparing oneself individually
we help the collective and it is only the collective, which can effect
positive or negative change.

Eid after all is the combination of 3 meaningful words:
E: Embrace with open heart
I: Inspire with impressive attitude,
D: Distribute pleasure to all.

On the holy occasion OF EID
Here is wishing that
May the blessing of Allah
Light up your way
And lead u to eternal

Wish you a very happy Eid..

Fellows of Mahallah Zainab Jahsy 2012/2013


Ahlan Wa Sahlan Wa Marhaban Bikum ILa 

Mahallah Zainab Jahsy

In The Name of Allah, The Most Gracious, The Most Merciful.

Assalamualaikum Wbt And Salam Sakinah, Mawaddah Wa Rahmah.

To All Residents Of Mahallah Zainab Jahsy,We Would Like To Greet All Of You Welcome Back To The Mahallah. Hope You Had A Great Time During The Holidays With Your Family.

To All First Year Students Who Had Just Enrolled In Mahallah Zainab Jahsy, Congratulations For Becoming One Of The Beloved Fairest Maidens Of Mahallah Zainab Jahsy!!!

We Wish All The Best For The Upcoming Semester. Hopefully, The Bond Between Us Will Be Strengthened And Our Ukhuwwah Will Blossomed Along The Year.

Enjoy Your Life In ZJC ^_^

Friday, March 30, 2012

Stop and stare

Everyone's busy nowadays, with Finals just a month away, lecturers are piling us up with assignments, projects, tutorials, role-playing, etcetera etcetera. Basically, everyone is running, doing stuff that's need to be done. But all work no play makes Jack a dull boy, so why don't we stop running for a while, wal away from the mind crunching quizzes we're preparing for and rest our brain with something light, shall we? Here's a fun trivial quiz to determine what type of local delight we are, taken from I.M magazine, sold at MPH RM4.90. Have fun!

Click the picture for a bigger view.

I'm off to the cafe, taking this quiz made me hungry.
fyi. I'm Pulut Udang :)

Tuesday, March 20, 2012

How To Build Confidence.

You want to be confident and feel confident, but what if you're starting with little or no confidence? How do you get from Point A to Point B? True self-confidence isn't an overnight acquisition. It takes dedication to realize you are a good human being that is worthy of respect and love.

Recognize your insecurities.

1. Recognize your insecurities. What does that voice in the back of your mind say? What makes you uncomfortable or ashamed of yourself? This could be anything from acne, to regrets, friends at school or a past traumatic or negative experience. Whatever is making you feel unworthy, ashamed, or inferior, identify it, give it a name, and write it down. You can also tear these written pieces to start feeling positive on those points.

2. Talk about it with friends and loved ones. Wear it on your sleeve. Each day you should chip away at it; wear it down. There's no quick fix. Get to the root of the problem; focus on it and understand that you need to resolve each issue before you can move on. Check if it's an old past emotion and if it is really still relevant or applicable in your life today. And that doesn't mean you have to get rid of whatever makes you feel bad (many times, you simply can't). You need to learn to accept yourself, your past, your circumstances as they are, without necessarily thinking of them as "bad".

Bounce back from your mistakes.
3. Bounce back from your mistakes. Remember that no one is perfect. Even the most confident people have insecurities. At some point in any of our lives, we may feel we lack something. That is reality. Learn that life is full of bumps down the road. And that often these insecure feelings come and go, depending on where we are, who we are with, the mood we're in, how we are feeling. In other words, they are not constant.

4. Identify your successes. Everyone is good at something, so discover the things at which you excel, then focus on your talents. Give yourself permission to take pride in them. Give yourself credit for your successes. Inferiority is a state of mind in which you've declared yourself a victim. Do not allow yourself to be victimized. Express yourself, whether it's through art,music, writing, etc. Find something you enjoy. Everyone is born with talents and strengths. You can develop and excel in yours. If it's difficult to name two or three things you have some ability in or just plain love to do, think about things others do that you would like to do too and take some lessons or join an enthusiasts club. When you're following your passion, not only will it have a therapeutic effect, but you'll feel unique and accomplished, all of which can help build your self confidence. Plus, adding a variety of interests to your life will not only make you more confident, but it will increase your chances of meeting compatible friends!

Be thankful for what you have.
5. Be thankful for what you have. A lot of the times, at the root of insecurity and lack of confidence is a feeling of not having enough of something, whether it's emotional validation, good luck, money, etc. By acknowledging and appreciating what you do have, you can combat the feeling of being incomplete and unsatisfied. Finding that inner peace will do wonders for your confidence.

6. Be Positive, even if you don't feel the same way. Avoid self-pity, or the pity and sympathy of others. Never allow others to make you feel inferior--they can only do so if you let them. If you continue to loathe and belittle yourself, others are going to do and believe likewise. Instead, speak positively about yourself, about your future, and about your progress. Do not be afraid to project your strengths and qualities to others. By doing so, you reinforce those ideas in your mind and encourage your growth in a positive direction.

7. Accept compliments gracefully. Don't roll your eyes and say, "Yeah, right," or shrug it off. Take it to heart and respond positively ("Thank you" and a smile works well).

8. Look in the mirror and smile. Studies surrounding what's called the "facial feedback theory" suggest that the expressions on your face can actually encourage your brain to register certain emotions. So by looking in the mirror and smiling every day, you might feel happier with yourself and more confident in the long run.

9. Fake it. Along the same lines of smiling to make yourself feel happy, acting confident might actually make you believe it. Pretend you're a completely confident version of you; go through the motions and see how you feel!

10. Stick to your principles. It might be tough, but if you don't have something you can believe in, you don't have anything. If you don't stand for something, you will fall for anything. No matter what's happened in your life, you can always lay claim to the fact that from this day forward, you've followed your principles to the best of your ability.

Help others.
11. Help others. When you know you're kind to the people around you, and are making a positive difference in other people's lives (even if it's just being kinder to the person who serves you coffee in the morning), you'll know that you are a positive force in the world--which will boost your self confidence.

12. Avoid perfectionism: Perfectionism paralyzes you and keeps you from accomplishing your goals.

  • Exercise and eat healthily. Exercise raises endorphins and makes one feel happier and healthier. It is certainly an easy and effective way to boost your self-confidence. Drink at least 8 glasses of water everyday.
  • When you are feeling terribly insecure, write down your positive traits and read them back. This feedback would give you surprising results.

  • Do not be afraid to push yourself beyond your physical or mental limits. Such a pressure would help you see how easily things can be achieved and thereby helps you hone skills. Step out of your comfort zone.

  • Condition yourself to talk positively about yourself. Every time your mind wanders and say you are not apt at it, pause for a minute, undo those negative vibes and say you can do it. At least you should make an attempt to accomplish that daunting task. With that, you will learn more about yourself.

-The End-

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