Tuesday, November 16, 2010

~menjelang aidiladha~

Assalamualaikum semua…esok dah masuk 10 zulhijjah bersamaan dengan hari raya aidiladha..rasa macam baru je menyambutnya tahun lalu tapi rupanya dah setahun berlalu…begitu cepat masa..pejam celik pejam celik..dah pon setahun..saudara saudari ada buat korban tak tahun ni?mesti ramai yang buat kan…saya tak berpeluang lagi..hehe..maklumla duit poket nak kuar belanja tuk beli lembu tak cukup lagi….pelajar lagi la katakan…Insya Allah satu hari nanti..
Semalam sambil2 tgk sukan asia kat tv.ibu ku datang dengan sebakul daun kelapa muda..ibu nak buat ketupat…ku pon tiba2 rasa nak cuba buat jugak..hehe..maklumla tak penah cuba buat pon sebelum ni sebab biasanya  kalo masa raya ibu buat ketupat daun palas..ketupat daun palas ni x serumit nak buat ketupat daun kelapa muda.
~ini ketupat daun kelapa~

~ini ketupat daun palas~

bezakan dua2 jenis ketupat ni
yang saya nak buat ketupat daun kelapa..hehe

Pastu ku pon tanya ibu macam mana nak buat ni?..mula2 ibu tunjukkan dan ku tgk caranya..mmg susah jugak la..selepas beberapa kali tgk ibu buat ketupat tu ku pon cuba ambil 2 helai daun kelapa muda dan mula menganyam..mcm nak anyam tikar jugak ibu kata…tikar pon x penah anyam..hehe..memang susah…tapi cuba dan terus cuba..

~2 helai daun kelapa muda diperlukan~

Last2, ku berjaya anyam 1 biji ketupat tapi selepas dibetulkan ibu ku..hehe…ni dia hasilnya…jeng jeng jeng… ^___^
Ketupat bentuk bawang hasil buatan cik fieha J
yg ni ibu yg buat :)

antara yang dah siap..wink2

Rasanya sampai sini je dulu ye..di kesempatan nak mengucapkan Selamat Hari Raya Aidiladha 1431H buat semua umat Islam di seluruh dunia dan khususnya buat semua umat Islam di Malaysia..jangan makan daging banyak2 ye raya nanti…jaga kesihatan dan diri. ^_^
kg sayong masjid,kuala kangsar
16/10/2010@ 9Zulhijjah 1431H

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Monday, November 15, 2010

~Table manners in Islam~

1. Most Muslims are unaware of this issue, but as Muslims, we must always be cautious when it comes to the food that consume ourselves and the food that we serve to others. Make a point to check the Halal sign or ingredients on food packaging before purchasing it, and to ensure we are served with halal food at restaurants or cafes.

Related verses from the Quran:
♦”O (you) Messengers! Eat of the Tayibaat (all kinds of Halal) [legal] foods which Allah has made legal (meat of slaughtered edible animals, milk products, fats, vegetables, fruits, etc), and do righteous deeds. Verily! I am Well-Acquainted with what you do ” [ Al-Muminuun 23:51 ]

2. Saying “Bismillah” (in the name of Allah) before eating or drinking is noble and loved by Allah. In this manner, it is important because according to the Prophet , the shaitaan shares food and drink with those people who DO NOT mention the name of Allah (swt).

- The Prophet informs us that shaitaan shares food and drink with those people who DO NOT mention the name of Allah.
- The pronouncement of Allah’s name beings blessing to the meal, and the omission of His Name robs the blessing away.

3. If we are blessed with two hands; use them wisely! Use your right hand to eat and drink, because it is a sunnah act from the Prophet.

Related hadiths:
•Narrated by Abu Salamh (r.a): The Prophet  said to me, “Mention Allah’s name (Bismillah) before starting to eat, eat with your right hand, and eat from what is near to you” [Bukhari & Muslim : Riyadhus Saliheen, chapter 100 #728 ]

4. The Prophet intensely dislikes his ummah (us!) to eat or drink while standing! So whenever you reward yourself with an ice cream or some milkshake; grab a chair and enjoy your share!

5. A human’s body is like a container; it can only fit in certain things and it’s limited! So fill your stomach with correct portions as taught by the Prophet so we can be healthy: 1/3 food, 1/3 water and 1/3 air for breathing. Moderation is the word!

6. Wastage of food and drinks is not only the act of the shaitaan, but it makes us ungrateful, so let’s try our best to avoid that! So the next time when you consume your food, be sure to have an empty plate or mug after eating!

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A guide to proper hijab for ladies

Hijab in Islam, is basically a “dress code” for Muslim women in public. Many perceive hijab as “traditional” and a form of oppression; but truth is, hijab protects and safeguards women from harassment! The wisdom behind hijab is to minimize sexual enticement and most importantly, it is a form of obedience to our Lord, Allah.  Take hijab as your pride, and Insyallah, you will become a better Muslimah.
1. The most basic form of hijab is to cover the whole body, except the hands up to the wrist. Take note that hijab is not only about covering your head with a headscarf, but it’s about covering your body too!  A hijab isn’t complete until both requirements (head and body) are covered.

2. A proper hijab requires one to wear loose clothes in order to avoid “showing” those beautiful curves! The Prophet (pbuh) has warned us that women who are dressed yet naked (ie: tight-fitting clothes) will receive harsh punishment in Hell (nauzubillah).

3. Think that headscarf or long skirt of yours is solid enough? Look again, it might be transparent and people are able to see the shape of your hair bun or legs! Whatever material or fabric you put on yourself; make sure they are not transparent!
4. Ladies, keep your attire or outfit simple and modest! There’s no need to be flashy in order to attract the attention of others! Most importantly, it should be free of anything that may lead to arrogance, self-conceited, pride and riya’. As ladies, we are to display Allah’s blessings upon us in our clothing, but do it without going to the extreme of wastage or extravagance.

5. “Are you a girl… or a boy?” Is the type of question other people shouldn’t be asking when it comes to an individual, and we should avoid it at all costs! Dressing up/ looking as the opposite gender is dangerous to self, as it challenges the pride and it brings confusion to others. So ladies, be proud of your girly self! :)

6. Why bother dressing up the others (ie: the unbelievers) when you, as a Muslimah, have your own identity to be proud of? By imitating them outwardly, it might lead to imitating them inwardly (beliefs, characteristics). Muslim ladies too, have their own style and fashion to be proud of! :)

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