Friday, July 30, 2010
Wednesday, July 14, 2010
Saturday, July 10, 2010
Saya ingin mengingatkan kepada rakan-rakan bloggers dan diri saya sendiri marilah kita jaga solat kita kerana solat umpama tiang yang menahan dari runtuhnya pegangan agama. Sebagai contoh jJika tiang sesebuah bangunan tidak kuat maka boleh kita bayangkan apa yang akan berlaku kepada orang-orang yang berada di bawahnya.
Cuba kita renung betapa banyak keruntuhan moral yang berlaku di dalam negara kita, dan cuba kita tanya kepada mereka yang terlibat di dalam permasalahan sosial seperti pembuangan bayi, berzina, minum arak, vandalisme, buli, pukul, merempit dll yang berlaku di negara kita ini, adakah mereka menunaikan solat. Jawapannya pasti tidak... atau solat sekali sekala.
Inilah kesilapan besar yang dilakukan oleh orang-orang Islam di Malaysia. Ramai di kalangan kita yang memandang remeh soal solat. Sedangkan nabi mengatakan bahawa solat itu ... membezakan kita muslim dengan orang-orang kafir. Justeru jika kita tidak solat maka samalah kita dengan orang-orang kafir. Tidak guna bernama Muhammad, Ahmad, Lutfi, Saiful, Abdurrahman dan lain-lain jika tidak solat.
Note: Solatlah ... kerana solat dapat mencegah dari berlakunya kemungkaran. (Sekadar renungan kita bersama)
Friday, July 2, 2010
It's all down to boat builder Shane Wilmott, 39, who spotted their talent.
He hand crafts miniature mouse-sized replicas of real surf boards and teaches his amazing troupe how to master them. They are even able to turn on the boards while traveling by shifting their weight.
Steady: The mice do need a bit of help getting started on each wave from trainer Shane Wilmott, above, being unable to paddle with their tiny pawsCrowds often gather in amazement to watch the tiny surfers do their thing.
'People can't believe it,' Mr Wilmott said. 'They see the tiny boards but they don't realise there are real mice actually riding the waves until they come over for a look. It really makes people smile.'
Note: Haiwan pun boleh dididik, diajar melakukan sesuatu ... sebagai manusia, maka kita boleh lebih-lebih lagilah boleh dididik diajar supaya menjadi lebih baik dari semalam.
When Randee the baby orangutan got a splinter, his mother Deedee knew there was only one way to soothe his pain. She scooped up her little boy in her arms, held him close and tenderly kissed his sore finger. Randee had been playing in a pile of pine straw at Lowry Park Zoo in Florida when he cried out in distress.
Mother's love: Mum Deedee kisses Randee the baby orangutan better after getting a splinter in his fingerPhotographer Evan Hambrick said: 'I could not believe how human-like orangutans are.
'I think the baby had been chewing on some pine straw, then I noticed he made a very distressed face. He looked like he was about to cry.
'We share so much with these animals and I don't think we give them the credit for how much like us they are.'
Ouch: Randee had been playing in a pile of pine straw when he cried out in distress, but mum Deedee comes to the rescue
'Not only is the mother kissing the baby, but she is gently holding the babies hand and finger and slowly kissing her baby. 'Humans love to be touched and kissed and the orangutans and other great apes are no different. Her baby was in distress and she was kissing it better.
Note: 'They are smart, use facial expressions to share emotions and show emotions with their lips and hands, as you can see in this photo.