Saturday, September 26, 2009


Tingat zaman kecik2 dulu..slalu cikgu ..kwn2..tanye.. ”Hobi ape?”..mcm2 jwpan bule dngr.. baca buku..main game..besukan..tgk tv..even tdo.. makin lame..jwpan yg bese didengar..dah berubah..jd surf playstation..mcm2..and usually berkait ngn technology..

It’s seems..hobi kanak2 bergerak same ngn peredaran zaman..

Last month..i had found something that is very interesting..the OLD STAMP.. from all over the country.. i ask my mum..and she was hers..and my father’s collection since they were in primary school..
Wow!! No wonder it looks so old..

There were hundreds of them..England is the most but also from Australia, Bangladesh, Belgique, Canada, China, Danmark, Espana, Egypt, Helventia, Hong Kong, India, Japan, Nederland, New Zealand, Pilipinas, Republik Indonesia, Republik Italiana, Singapore, Thailand, US..and so many other..

Abah fa ckp..kalu dijual..beribu ringgit jgk yg bule abah xkan pernah jual..abah nk fa simpan baik2..heee...wat an honour..That’s why..fa susun blk smua setem one big stamp can be something yg bule diturunkan turun temurun dr kuarge fa.. Bkn snang nk dpt kan...

Lgpun setem ni actually can educate jgk kan..Actually..bkn foreign country je yg mak abah kumpul..even MALAYSIA..since MALAYA..also hundreds of them.. So old yet so wonderful..fa asingkan ia dlm 1 lg stamp album..khas utk yg tempatan..n fa pun akan kumpul..sementare nk tggu fa tue..setem skrg ni pun akan jd beharge kan..something yg org slalu ignore.. ( kad raye pun dah gune sms camne nk kumpul setem..huhu)

Hopefully.. hobi mcm ni..le jd something yg sngt beharge..n diteruskan bdk2 zaman skrg..So, JOM KUMPUL SETEM!!

Friday, September 18, 2009

Ancient Egyptians
told many stories about their Gods and about the world around them..Dan dulu fa pnah cite ttg bagaimana moon waxes and wanes..Now..fa nk bekongsi another story from the ROMANS..

This story explains how the city was founded and why it was called “ROME”.
Long ago..a wicked king called Amulius ruled over the city of Alba Longa. He had stolen the throne from his elder brother, Numitor..who fled to the hills and hid among the shepherds and herdsmen. Amulius killed Numitor’s two sons and forced Numitor’s daughter to become a priestess(paderi perempuan). That way, she would never marry and have children who might take revenge on Amulius (jahatnye....)

Nevertheless, one day..Amulius was furious to hear that his niece had given birth to twin boys. She claimed that their father was Mars, the God of War, who had visited her one night in a dream.

Amulius did not believe her and ordered the two boys to be drowned. His servants set the babies afloat on the River Tiber in a reed basket. They drifted toward the Palatine Hill and finally came to rest under a fig tree(pokok ara). A she-wolf came across the babies, attracted by ther crying . Instead of killing and eating them, she looked after the boys, feeding them with her own milk.
(possible?? just continue reading..)

Soon old shepherd called Faustulus was watching his flock when his noticed the fresh tracks of a wolf. Taking his spear, he set off to find the animal and kill it. To his amazement, he found the baby boys, along with the she-wolf, who was licking them clean with her tongue.

Faustulus took the babies home with him and showed them to his wife, Laurentia. The old shepherd and his wife had no children of their own, although ther had always longed for some. So the couple decided they would bring up the boys themselves, and named them ROMULUS and REMUS.

The twins grew up among the shepherds and herdsmen of the hills by the river Tiber. As they got older, they showed by their strength and cleverness that they were born leaders. The other boys all respected and looked up to them.

One day.. a quarrel broke out between the twins and some herdsmen looking after the flocks belonging to Numitor. The herdsmen accused the twins of stealing cattle. There was a fight and the scuffle, REMUS was taken prisoner.

Numitor was puzzled when he met REMUS. Something was strangely familiar about him. When REMUS told Numitor his age and that he had a twin brother, the old man realized that he was talking to his own grandson! He was overjoyed. He told the twins who they really were, and how his wicked brother had wanted them dead.

ROMULUS and REMUS agreed to help their grandfather get back the throne of Alba Longa. They led their fellow shepherds to the city and made a surprise attack on Amulius, killing him in his palace.

Numitor was then welcomed back by the people of Alba Longa as the rightful king. The twins were now princes in Alba Longa. But they were not happy there. They missed the hills on the River Tiber, where they had grown up. Eventually, the decided to go back there to found a city of their own.

Once they had reached the Tiber, the twins began to argue about where the city should be built. REMUS said it should be on the Aventine Hill, but ROMULUS said ther should choose the Palatine Hill, where they had been found by the she-wolf.

At last..the brothers decided to ask the Gods to settle the question. Each of them stood on the hill he favoured and watched the sky for birds, signs from the Gods. Soon a group of vultures began to circle, high up on the air. Six of them flew over REMUS, who shouted, “Look! The Gods have chosen me!”

But then twelve of the vultures flew over ROMULUS. ROMULUS began to mark out the boundary line of his city, and his followers started digging a deep trench.

REMUS watched with growing anger. He began to shout insults at his brother’s taunts, but when REMUS and his follewers started to jump over the boundary line, ROMULUS lost his temper. A fight broke put with picks anh shovels. Remus was killed.

Instead of showing sadness at his brother’s death, ROMULUS just said grimly,” That’s what will happen to anyone who tries to jump over my city walls!” The new city was given the name ROME, in honour of ROMULUS. He proved to be a wise king, and ruled over his people for thirty-eight years.

One day..while KING ROMULUS was watching his soldiers parade on the Field of Mars, there was sudden thunderstorm. A thick black cloud wrapped itself around him and , in a flash of lightning, he disappeared. The Romans said that their founder had gone to join his father Mars,up in the heavens.

=) love this kind of story..

Friday, September 4, 2009

Dah lame fa x update blog fa la yg busy ngat..just as usual..having so many things to september which is 14 days of Ramadhan and fasting.. Alhamdulillah..fa still berupaye utk menjalani ibadah puase..


Actually..bkn ISLAM je yg mengamalkan puase..other religions pun..but according to Islam..Ramadhan is the ninth month of the Muslim lunar year(Bulan Islam) which is celebrated from beginning to end as holy..In fact..Ramadhan dikatakan as the holiest time of the Muslim year..The principle outward characteristic of Ramadhan is that Muslims are expected to fast all day, sepanjang bulan Ramadhan ni...

Traditionally the times of fast are marked as whenever a white thread can be distinguished from a black thread. Once those threads can no longer told apart, eating is permitted(berbuke puase). Fasting during Ramadhan is considered one of the Five Pillars(Rukun Islam), meaning it is one of the five most basic beliefs/acts which a Muslim has to do.

However, it's not accurate to say yg muslim yg berpuase cume tahan makan dan minum.. there are quite a few rules which apply to it. For one thing, a Muslim must consciously formulate the intention to fast as part of a rite..Ini utk mengelakkan Ramadhan sbg empty symbol which people don't give much thought to..

The full formulation reads: "to fast tomorrow to acquit my duty towards God of fasting Ramadan this year."

Melayunye..xtau sj la..hehe..kawan fa de ajar niat versi cute~

HINDUNISM fasting?

Fasting in Hinduism indicates the denial of the physical needs of the body for the sake of spiritual gains..Its a harmonious relationship antare jiwa dan roh... This is thought to be imperative for the well being of a human being as it nourishes both his/her physical and spiritual demands...


Hindus fast on certain days of the month such as Purnima (full moon) and Ekadasi (the 11th day of the fortnight). Hindus also fast on festivals like Navaratri, Shivratri and Karwa Chauth...Kalu tgk industan kat TV..leh tgk si isteri berpuase utk mendoakan kebaikakn pd si suami..So sweet..


According to the Christian..De banyak sbb utk berpuase..antaranye..People fast to help them make a decision, and they want to make sure they hear God's direction.. Other times they fast to help others, to grow closer to God, or to heal from some hurt..Christian jgk pcaye..puase bukan skadar tahan mkn & berdasarkan niat..utk mendptkan hajat sebenar berpuase..

BUDDHA fasting?

Buddhism regards fasting as a means to achieve and practice self-control. The Buddha advised monks(rahib) not to eat solids after noon.. Pada waktu ni..people who observe the Eight Precepts (Ashtanayak) on full moon days also observe a fast and do not eat after noon..Fasting, according to Buddhism, is an initial stage of self-discipline on the path to acquire self-control. The role of fasting in major religions is to sacrifice a meal for one day or for a fixed period so that we can be aware of the less fortunate and give them alms.


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