Thursday, May 10, 2012

Kehidupan Seorang Lepasan Diploma


Setelah sekian lama x menjenguk blog ni, mcm ade satu keinginan plak ari ni nak update post baru. Maklum la, hidup sbg penganggur ni bosan jugak sbnarnye. Tapi insya-Allah, xlame dah nak menganggur ni. Lepas ni dah start keje part time kat Jusco, alhamdulillah dpt jugak keje drpd lgsung xdpt. Senang atau susah keje tu bole setel lepas ni.

Dah hampir sebulan lepas abis praktikal kat Henry Butcher Malaysia Sdn Bhd, kadang2 rase rindu jugak dgn staf2 kat situ. Mcm2 pengalaman dapat mase praktikal kat situ, mmg best. Mase last day kat situ dpt plak offer dari bos suruh pegi convocation dinner utk valuer ngan estate agent, mmg seronok la mase tu. Dpt mkn sedap2, menggantikan malam pra-graduan yg xdpt nak pegi ari tu sbb mase tu clash dgn time sepupu kahwin. Lepas je abis praktikal tu, mule la aktiviti yg dah lame rancang...rehat sepuas-puasnye. Tapi baru seminggu "rehat saje" kat rumah tu, perasaan bosan mule datang.

Mase tu teringat plak pasal ceramah mengenai pelaburan emas. Mule la search mcm2 pasal emas. Mule2 ingat nak melabur saham emas. Tp bile bace balik kat Malaysia buat mase ni hanye saham emas dari Kuwait Finance House je yg disahkan mengikut syariat Islam. Mase tu baru la terpikir, bahaye gak rupenye kalau main redah mcm tu je. Kalau nak buat sesuatu perlukan ilmu dahulu sbb tanpa ilmu seseorang bole tersesat. Nak dapat ilmu plak kene ade guru. Alhamdulillah, lepas tu terjumpe satu blog ni yg byk mengajar pasal pelaburan emas. Mmg dari blog tu byk sy dapat belajar pasal pelaburan emas ni.

Sejujurnya selepas byk membaca dan mengkaji perkara ni, sy sgt tertarik dgn pelaburan emas dan pelaburan perak, khususnya Dinar dan Dirham. Dinar merupakan syiling emas manakala Dirham plak Syiling perak. Mengikut sejarah, harga emas naik dlm lebih kurg 20% setiap tahun. Nilai emas dikatakan kebal daripada inflasi. Untuk contoh yg mudah, lebih kurg 1400 tahun yg lalu seekor kambing bernilai 1 dinar, harga seekor kambing pada zaman skrg ni still 1 dinar. Menarik kan? Cube bandingkan dgn wang kertas skrg ni. Xperlu pegi smpai 1400 tahun lalu, cukup la 10 tahun lalu. RM10 pada tahun 1992 dgn RM10 pada tahun 2012, ape perbezaan yg kite bole nmpak?

Lepas dapat mcm2 pengetahuan pasal emas ni walaupun sy tau ilmu yg sy dpt baru skit, perasaan nak terlibat dlm bidang ni mule timbul. Sy teringat lg mase 1st ceramah pasal pelaburan emas ni, ade sorg penceramah tu tanye kat student, kat tgn die ade duit bernilai RM50, sape yg nak duit tu? Sume student yg ade ckp "saya nak!" Penceramah tu tanye lg skali. Jawapan masih same. Penceramah tu tanye byk kali, smpai la ade sorg student pegi dkt die dan ambil duit tu. Pengajaran yg nak disampaikan oleh penceramah tu adalah, kalau nak sesuatu, jgn ckp je, kene mulekan lgkah pertama. Dan saya mengambil langkah pertama sy, berkenalan dgn org2 yg arif mengenai emas ni.

Alhamdulillah, lepas berkenalan, sy jdkan pemilik blog yg byk membantu sy sbg mentor. Beliau jugak merupakan salah seorg dealer Public Gold, memudahkan lg urusan pembelian. Alhamdulillah jugak, sy memulakan lgkah pertama dlm pembelian emas dan perak dgn membeli 10 dirham sbg belian pertama. Rase rugi sbb xdpt beli 1 dinar sbb pada mase ni harga emas dan perak mmg tgh jatuh. Dulu 1 dinar dlm RM800, skrg ni jatuh smpai RM700. Disebabkan bajet yg xmencukupi, 10 dirham je yg mampu. Insya-Allah bile ade rezeki nnti, sy akan beli jugak 1 dinar.



10 Dirham yg pertama..:)

Skrg ni kene fokus utk keje plak. Cari duit, pastu simpan skit, gune skit, bg kat famili skit. Dalam mase yg same kene prepare utk keputusan kemasukan utk degree. Risau plak. Dgn PTPTN xsetel lg. Berikan petunjuk serta kekuatan kepada hamba mu ini Ya Allah.

~ a journey of thousand miles begins with a single step ~

Wednesday, January 25, 2012

Minggu Chinese New Year 2012..dari perspektif pelajar praktikal

Pictures describe it all...




~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ (sound effect bunyi air-cond)
kekosongan yg amat terasa...
am I the only one with spirit to work while others enjoying their holidays?


Wednesday, January 4, 2012

SLE (Systematic Lupus Erythematosus)

   Systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE) is a long-term autoimmune disorder that may affect the skin, joints, kidneys, brain, and other organs.

Causes

   Systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE) is an autoimmune disease, which means the body's immune system mistakenly attacks healthy tissue. This leads to long-term (chronic) inflammation.

   The underlying cause of autoimmune diseases is not fully known.

   SLE is much more common in women than men. It may occur at any age, but appears most often in people between the ages of 10 and 50. African Americans and Asians are affected more often than people from other races.

   SLE may also be caused by certain drugs.

Symptoms

   Symptoms vary from person to person, and may come and go. Almost everyone with SLE has joint pain and swelling. Some develop arthritis. Frequently affected joints are the fingers, hands, wrists, and knees.

   Other common symptoms include:
  • Chest pain when taking a deep breath
  • Fatigue
  • Fever with no other cause
  • General discomfort, uneasiness, or ill feeling (malaise)
  • Hair loss
  • Mouth sores
  • Sensitivity to sunlight
  • Skin rash -- a "butterfly" rash over the cheeks and bridge of the nose affects about half of people with SLE. The rash gets worse in sunlight. The rash may also be widespread.
  • Swollen lymph nodes
   Other symptoms depend on what part of the body is affected:
  • Brain and nervous system: headaches, numbness, tingling, seizures, vision problems, personality changes
  • Digestive tract: abdominal pain, nausea, and vomiting
  • Heart: abnormal heart rhythms (arrhythmias)
  • Lung: coughing up blood and difficulty breathing
  • Skin: patchy skin color, fingers that change color when cold (Raynaud's phenomenon)
   Some patients only have skin symptoms. This is called discoid lupus.

Exams and Tests

   To be diagnosed with lupus, you must have 4 out of 11 typical signs of the disease.

   Your doctor will perform a physical exam and listen to your chest with a stethoscope. An abnormal sound called a heart friction rub or pleural friction rub may be heard. A nervous system exam will also be done.

   Tests used to diagnose SLE may include:
  • Antibody tests, including antinuclear antibody (ANA) panel
  • CBC
  • Chest x-ray
  • Kidney biopsy
  • Urinalysis
   This disease may also alter the results of the following tests:
  • Antithyroglobulin antibody
  • Antithyroid microsomal antibody
  • Complement components (C3 and C4)
  • Coombs' test - direct
  • Cryoglobulins
  • ESR
  • Kidney function blood tests
  • Liver function blood tests
  • Rheumatoid factor
   This list is not all inclusive.

Treatment

   There is no cure for SLE. The goal of treatment is to control symptoms.

   Mild disease may be treated with:
  • Nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory medications (NSAIDs) treat arthritis and pleurisy
  • Corticosteroid creams to treat skin rashes
  • An antimalaria drug (hydroxychloroquine) and low-dose corticosteroids for skin and arthritis symptoms
   You should wear protective clothing, sunglasses, and sunscreen when in the sun

   Severe or life-threatening symptoms (such as hemolytic anemia, extensive heart or lung involvement, kidney disease, or central nervous system involvement) often require more aggressive treatment by doctor specialists.

   Treatment for more severe lupus may include:
  • High-dose corticosteroids or medications to decrease the immune system response
  • Cytotoxic drugs (drugs that block cell growth) if you do not get better with corticosteroids, or whose symptoms get worse when the stop taking them. These medicine have serious, severe side effects. You should be closely monitored by your doctor.
   If you have lupus, it is also important to have:
  • Preventive heart care
  • Up-to-date immunizations
  • Tests to screen for thinning of the bones (osteoporosis)
   Talk therapy and support groups may help relieve depression and mood changes that may occur in patients with this disease.

Outlook (Prognisis)

   How well a person does depends on the severity of the disease.
   The outcome for people with SLE has improved in recent years. Many people with SLE have mild symptoms.
   Women with SLE who become pregnant are often able to carry safely to term and deliver a healthy infant, as long as they do not have severe kidney or heart disease and the SLE is being treated appropriately. However, the presence of SLE antibodies may increase the risk of pregnancy loss.

Possible Complications
   Some people with SLE have abnormal deposits in the kidney cells. This leads to a condition called lupus nephritis. Patients with this condition may eventually develop kidney failure and need dialysis or a kidney transplant.

   SLE causes damage to many different parts of the body, including:
  • Blood clots in the legs (deep vein thrombosis) or lungs (pulmonary embolism)
  • Destruction of red blood cells (hemolytic anemia) or anemia of chronic disease
  • Fluid around the heart (pericarditis), endocarditis, or inflammation of the heart (myocarditis)
  • Fluid around the lungs (pleural effusions) and damage to lung tissue
  • Pregnancy complications, including miscarriage
  • Stroke
  • Severely low blood platelets (thrombocytopenia)
  • Inflammation of the blood vessels

When To Contact a Medical Professional

   Call your health care provider if you have symptoms of SLE. Also, call if you have this disease and your symptoms get worse or a new one occurs.

Alternative Names

   Disseminated lupus erythematosus; SLE; Lupus; Lupus erythematosus; Discoid lupus

Source : MedlinePlus

Sunday, December 25, 2011

Amnesia

When people lose their ability to memorize data they have amnesia. Amnesia also refers to an inability to recall information that is stored in memory. In simple terms, amnesia is the loss of memory. The causes of amnesia may be organic or functional

Organic causes may include brain damage through injury, or the use of specific drugs - usually sedative drugs. Amnesia may be one of the symptoms of some degenerative brain diseases, such as Alzheimer's disease.

Functional causes are psychological factors, such as defense mechanisms. 

People with amnesia also find it hard to imagine the future, because our constructions of future scenarios are closely linked to our recollections of past experiences. Researchers from Washington University in St. Louis used advanced brain imaging techniques to show that remembering the past and envisioning the future may go hand-in-hand, with each process sparking strikingly similar patterns of activity within precisely the same broad network of brain regions.  

According to Medilexicon's medical dictionary, amnesia is "A disturbance in the memory of stored information of very variable durations, minutes to months, in contrast to short-term memory, manifest by total or partial inability, to recall past experiences."

Our ability to recollect events and experiences is a very complex brain process. In fact, experts say we are only now starting to scratch at the surface in understanding exactly what happens when we commit something to memory, or when we try to retrieve data that was stored by our brain. 

Being a little forgetful is completely different to having amnesia. Amnesia refers to a large-scale loss of memories that should not have been forgotten. These may include important milestones in life, memorable events, key people in our lives, and vital facts we have been told or taught. 

Most people with amnesia are usually lucid and have a sense of self. However, they may experience severe difficulties in learning new information and forming new memories, as well as finding it extremely difficult to recall memories of past experiences and information. 

Although amnesia is a popular theme for movies and books, it is a very rare condition.

What are the types of amnesia?

There are many different types of amnesia. Below is a list of the most common ones:
  • Anterograde amnesia - the patient cannot remember new information. Things that happened recently, information that should be stored into short-term memory disappear. This is usually caused by brain trauma (brain damage from a blow to the head, for example). However, a patient with anterograde amnesia can remember data and events which happened before the injury.
  • Retrograde amnesia - often thought of as the opposite of anterograde amnesia. The patient cannot remember events that occurred before his/her trauma, but remembers things that happened after it normally.
  • Transient global amnesia - a temporary loss of all memory. The patient with transient global amnesia also finds it very hard to form new memories - he/she has severe anterograde amnesia. The loss of past memories is milder. This is a very rare form of amnesia. A transient global amnesia patient tends to be older, and usually has a vascular disease (a problem with the blood vessels).
  • Traumatic amnesia - memory loss caused by a hard blow to the head. People who lose their memory as the result of a car accident may have traumatic amnesia. People with traumatic amnesia may experience a brief loss of consciousness, or even go into a coma. In the majority of cases the amnesia is temporary - how long it lasts usually depends on how severe the injury is. Sports scientists say that amnesia is an important indicator of concussion.
  • Wernike-Korsakoff's psychosis - this type of memory loss is caused by extended alcohol abuse. The disorder tends to be progressive - it gradually gets worse and worse over time. Patients with Wernike-Korsakoff's psychosis also tend to have neurological problems, such as poor coordination, and the loss of feelings in the toes and fingers. It can also be caused by malnutrition. It is linked to thiamin deficiency.
  • Hysterical (fugue) amnesia - this is a very rare phenomenon. Patients forget not only their past, but their very identity. A person could wake up and suddenly not have any sense at all of who they are - even if they look in the mirror they do not recognize their own reflection (the person in the mirror is a stranger). All the details in their wallet - driving license, credit cards, IDs - are meaningless. This type of amnesia is usually triggered by an event that the person's mind is unable to cope with properly. In most cases the memory either slowly or suddenly comes back within a few days. However, the memory of the shocking event itself may never come back completely. It is important that doctors diagnosing patients for epilepsy eliminate this type of amnesia from their list of alternative illnesses.
  • Childhood amnesia (infantile amnesia) - the patient cannot recall events from early childhood. Experts say this type of amnesia may be associated with language development. Others say it is possible that some memory areas of the brain were not fully mature during childhood.
  • Posthypnotic amnesia - events during hypnosis cannot be recalled.
  • Source amnesia - the person can remember certain information, but does not know how or where they got that information.
  • Blackout phenomenon - amnesia caused by a bout of heavy drinking. The person cannot remember chunks of time during his/her binge.
  • Prosopamnesia - the person cannot remember faces. People can either acquire prosopamnesia, or be born with it.
What are the symptoms of amnesia?
  • The ability to learn new information following the onset of amnesia is impaired. Simply put, the patient finds it hard to remember new stuff. (Anterograde amnesia).
  • The ability to remember past events and previously familiar information is impaired. Simply put, the patient finds it hard to remember past stuff. (Retrograde amnesia).
  • False memories - these may be either completely invented or made up of real memories misplaced in time. (Confabulation). An interesting French study, called "Do you remember what you did on March 13, 1985?, looked at how one specific patient responded to questions.
  • Uncoordinated movements, sometimes tremors (Neurological problems).
  • Confusion or disorientation.
  • Problems with short-term memory.
  • Partial loss of memory.
  • Total loss of memory.
  • Failure to recognize faces.
  • Inability to recognize places.
  • Amnesia is different from dementia. Although dementia includes memory loss, it also involves other important cognitive problems which may affect the patient's ability to carry out daily activities.

    What causes amnesia?

    Any disease or injury that affects the brain can interfere with the intricacies of memory. Memory function engages many different parts of the brain simultaneously. Damage to brain structures that form the limbic system, the hippocampus and thalamus, can lead to amnesia - the limbic system controls our emotions and memories. Scientists at the University of Liverpool discovered dramatic differences in the memory performance of patients with damage to the hippocampus.

    Causes of neurological or organic amnesia

    This refers to amnesia caused by brain injury or damage. Possible causes are:
    • Stroke.
    • Encephalitis - brain inflammation. This can be caused by a virus infection, such as herpes simplex (HSV), or an autoimmune reaction to cancer in another part of the body (paraneoplastic limbic encephalitis, PLE).
    • Celiac disease - although no clear link has been completely agreed on. Researchers reported that the most common reasons for seeking medical help among patients with celiac disease were amnesia, confusion and personality changes.
    • Oxygen deprivation - any illness or situation which undermines the supply of oxygen to the brain, such as a heart attack, respiratory distress, or carbon monoxide poisoning.
    • Some medications - such as the sleeping drug, ambien. This interesting study explains why so many people report not remembering what they did after taking ambien (zolpidem).
    • Subarachnoid hemorrhage - bleeding in the area between the skull and the brain.
    • A brain tumor that lies in a memory-controlling part of the brain.
    • Some seizure disorders.
    • ECT (electroconvulsive therapy) - also known as electroshock therapy. This is a well established psychiatric treatment in which seizures are induced for therapeutic effect on anesthetized patients. It is sometimes used for patients with major depression whose illness has not responded to other treatment. ECT is also sometimes used for treating schizophrenia, bipolar disorder and catatonia. The memory loss is nearly always temporary.
    • Head injuries - such as those that occur in car accidents, can lead to memory problems. In most cases the amnesia is not severe and is not long-lasting.
    Causes of functional or psychogenic amnesia

    Also known as dissociative amnesia. This is caused by an emotional shock, such as:
    • Being the victim of a violent crime.
    • Sexual abuse.
    • Child abuse.
    • Being involved in combat (soldiers).
    • Being involved in a natural disaster.
    • Being present during a terrorist act.
    The list is endless - basically, any intolerable life situation which causes severe psychological stress and internal conflict.

    How is amnesia diagnosed?

    Initially, the health care professional will need to rule out any other possible causes of memory loss, including dementia, Alzheimer's disease, depression, or a brain tumor. The doctor will require a detailed medical history - this may be difficult if the patient does not remember things, so family members or caregivers may also have to be present. A doctor will need the patient's permission to talk about his/her medical details with somebody else.

    The doctor will try to cover the following issues:
    • Can the patient remember recent events, and/or remote events (events further back in time)?
    • When did the memory problems start?
    • How did the memory problems evolve?
    • Were there any factors which may have caused the memory loss, such as a head injury, surgery, or stroke?
    • Is there a family history of any neurological or psychiatric diseases or conditions?
    • Details about the patient's alcohol intake.
    • Is the patient currently on any medication?
    • Has the patient taken illegal drugs, such as cocaine, marijuana, etc.?
    • Are the patient's symptoms undermining his/her ability to look after himself/herself?
    • Does the patient have a history of depression?
    • Has the patient ever had cancer?
    • Does the patient have a history of seizures?
    The physician may also carry out a physical exam. This may include checking the patient's:
    • Reflexes.
    • Sensory function.
    • Balance.
    • Some other aspects of the brain and nervous system.
    The doctor may also check the patient's:
    • Judgment
    • Short-term memory
    • Long-term memory
    The memory assessment will help determine the extent of memory loss. This will assist in deciding on the best treatment.

    In order to find out whether there is any physical damage or brain abnormality, the doctor may order:
    • An MRI (magnetic resonance imaging) scan - a machine uses a magnetic field and radio waves to create detailed images of any part of the body; in this case, the brain. An MRI scan is better than a CT scan (below) at detecting a tumor in the brain.
    • A CT (computerized tomography) scan - a medical imaging method that employs tomography. Tomography is the process of generating a two-dimensional image of a slice or section through a 3-dimensional object (a tomogram). The medical device (the machine) is called a CTG scanner; it is a large machine and uses X-rays. A CT scan is exceptionally good at detecting bleeding in the brain (especially from injury).
    • An EEG (electroencephalogram) - this is a tool which provides an image of the brain while the patient is performing a cognitive task - a task that requires thinking. It allows the doctor to detect the location and magnitude of brain activity involved in several types of cognitive functions. Images are created by using electrodes to monitor the amount of electrical activity at different points on the patient's scalp.
    Blood tests may also reveal the presence of any infection, or nutritional deficiencies.
(Source : Medical News Today)

Sunday, December 4, 2011

:: Praktikal - Minggu 4 ::

:: Alhamdulillah, sudah masuk minggu ke 4 aku memasuki alam latihan industri atau name ringkasnye praktikal atau name femesnye menjadi trainee di Henry Butcher Malaysia Sdn Bhd, Jalan Yap Ah Shak, Off Jalan Dang Wangi, 50300 Kuala Lumpur..

:: Mcm-mcm perkara, mcm-mcm bende, mcm-mcm pengalaman dah dilalui walaupun baru 4 minggu kat sini..and i do expect more to come as i still got another 19 weeks (rasenye la..) to hold the title as the trainee at Henry Butcher..

:: 1st time menjejakkan kaki kat HB ni, mcm-mcm perasaan ade..mule-mule yang paling penting, perasaan xpuas cuti..ye la, time ni budak2 diploma utm kL lain yg x perlu menjalani latihan industri masih seronok berada dirumah bersama keluarga tercinta tp aku plak dah kene mule bangun seawal 7.15 pagi (bangun subuh 6.30, pastu tido balik) utk mule bergerak demi menjalankan peranan sebagai mahasiswa diploma Pengurusan Harta Tanah semester 6...

:: Bile dah masuk alam praktikal ni tibe-tibe je rase sayu..rase rindu plak zaman-zaman kene pegi klas..klas cancel, tido petang, kluar jalan2..bile masuk alam baru ni, mane bole buat sume tu dah...masuk keje pukul 9 pagi...abis keje pukul 6 ptg..smpai2 paling awal pun 6.30..rehat jap..mandi, solat maghrib, pegi mkn..pastu masuk time, tido..esoknye bende yg same je...tibe2 rase mcm "study sick" (ala-ala home sick) plak...

:: Walaupun rase mcm2 yg negatif bile masuk alam baru ni, aku cube mencari yg positif bg mengelakkan diri dari rase tekanan melampau yang bole membuat diri aku didaftarkan masuk ke hospital tanjung rambutan atau tampoi..i think i'm lucky as HB give us the trainee RM500 as the allowence..aku tgk ramai mmber2 lain dpt kurg dari RM500..aku ni antara yg untung jugak la..tp ade gak yg dpt lg tinggi berdasarkan ape yg aku dgr dari mmber2 lain..officemates pun ok la..xteruk sgt...ade yg baik, ade yg biase2 je...bos pun ok..peramah..ok la, sumenye ok...

:: Untuk minggu pertama dulu antara keje2 yg aku buat adalah seperti berikut :-
   - menggunakan sistem database jpph & database HB bg mencari harta tanah sebanding
   - on9
   - menaip laporan mengikut format yang diberikan
   - on9
   - mencari peta kawasan bg mencari tanah lot yang ingin dinilai
   -on9
   -mencari maklumat mengenai harta tanah sebanding menggunakan sistem database dan juga internet

....lebih kurg mcm tu la aktiviti harian kat hb ni..seronok kan??...

:: Untuk minggu2 lepas tu pun lebih kurg same cume dengan penambahan beberapa aktiviti lain seperti perlu membuat valuation report (dpt 2 report dlm mase 2 hari..), menghantar report yg dah siap kepada klien (best sesat kat damansara) dan menelefon klien bg mendapatkan tarikh utk membuat inspection yg mana smpai skrg ni xdpt2 lg kerana kunci property tu masih ade kat owner yg dulu..yg best owner dulu tu singaporean..

:: Hopefully this week and another week after this, and another week after that and so on i can do a better job as a trainee, insya-Allah...

Saturday, June 25, 2011

surah al-inshirah



maksudnya : “Bukankah Kami telah melapangkan bagimu: dadamu (wahai Muhammad serta mengisinya dengan iman dan hidayah pertunjuk)? Dan Kami telah meringankan daripadamu: bebanmu (menyiarkan Islam)- Yang memberati tanggunganmu, (dengan memberikan berbagai kemudahan dalam melaksanakannya)? Oleh itu, maka (tetapkanlah kepercayaanmu) bahawa sesungguhnya tiap-tiap kesukaran di sertai kemudahan,(Sekali lagi ditegaskan): bahawa sesungguhnya tiap-tiap kesukaran, disertai kemudahan. Kemudian apabila engkau telah selesai (daripada sesuatu amal salih), maka bersungguh-sungguhlah engkau berusaha (mengerjakan amal salih yang lain), Dan kepada Tuhanmu sahaja hendaklah engkau memohon (apa yang engkau gemar dan ingini).





Manusia itu....

Manusia itu...
dilahirkan dengan pelbagai kekurangan...
agar kita hidup untuk mencari cara mengatasi kekurangan itu...
bukannya menyembunyikannya...

Manusia itu...
perlu melalui pelbagai ujian kehidupan...
ada yang berat...ada yang ringan...
terpulang pada pandangan individu...
segenggam garam diletakkan didalam secawan air dan segenggam garam diletakkan di tasik..
mana satu lebih masin?

Manusia itu...
al-insan...mudah lupa...
kadangkala kita lupa...
siapa Sang Pencipta...
siapa kita...
kerna itu kita perlu saling mengingatkan...
kepada yang terlupa...
dengan kebenaran...dengan kesabaran...

Manusia itu...
makhluk terpilih...
dipilih untuk menjadi khalifah di muka bumi..
diangkat martabatnya...
tetapi...
ada yang sengaja merendahkan martabat diri..
menjadi lebih hina dari sepatutnya..

Diriku ini...
seorang yang penuh dengan kekurangan...kelemahan...
seorang yang kekurangan kelebihan..
seorang yang mudah lupa...
seorang hamba yang hina...
namun begitu..
ku sedari...
hidup ini dipenuhi ujian..
bukan berapa kali kegagalan yang dikira...
tetapi berapa kali kebangkitan yang menjadi penentu...
sekali gagal...sekali bangkit...
kuharap diriku mampu untuk terus bangkit...
insya-Allah....

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