This past few months , I've been spending most of my time facing the laptop. Browsing through unimportant stuffs. But as I browse through , I realized at the same time , I was reading about people's life. How some mothers struggle to bring up a kid who is blind , missing one hand and such.
It touches my heart.
Apart from realizing how great our mothers are , I am also really thankful to God that I was born perfectly fit. And I keep on reminding myself that at any time God can take away my vision , hand , leg or anything. With that , Al7hmdulillah 3la ni3mihi allati laa tu7soh . .
Oh Allah ,
Please forgive me for the sins I committed in the past and those I will commit in the future. Protect us from any musibah. Don't make our heart fall for the dunya.
Oh Allah ,
Please help all my brothers and sisters in Islam at Syria , Palestine , Kashmir , Afghanistan , Bangladash , Iraq and everywhere around the world. Give them victory , ya Allah!
Oh Allah ,
I am thankful for what you have given me and please do not take away all the ni3mah that u have given me , instead continue to bless me with your never ending ni3mah. Make me a better person each day.
Journey in Madrasah Aljunied.
Wednesday, November 14, 2012, 2:30 AM
Truth to be told , I don't know where or how to start. But the urge of writing is there. So pardon me if I side track a little bit , I hope so , Insyallah.
My Pre-University life is coming to an end this week , and I believe I've made it (not to boast , astaghfirullah but actually I was trained to instill confidence in myself) and I hope my fellow classmates(especially) as well as the other graduates2012 made it to the finishing line. Of course , we want to taste the sweetness of joy and victory together.
But little did I know , this is just a beginning of an end. :( It's time for us to step out from our comfort zone.
Let me share with you my humble experience throughout my journey in Madrasah Aljunied for 2 years.
Before that don't ask me why I chose to land in Madrasah Aljunied whilst I had sacrificed myself skipping last period on every Wednesday just to join the Pure Biology Class- which I took privately at SIS. And of course my initial plan was to pursue my studies at any local polytechnic.
But mum was afraid that I couldn't make it for my O-level since I am not that academically good. So she asked me to apply Pre-University at Al-Maarif and also my dear Aljunied.
Long story short , I chose Aljunied and even chose to stay after my application to Polytechnic was a success. God knows why. But no joke , it was a struggling moments during my first few months in Aljunied because of their high standard of Arabic Language(AL). Announcements are also being made in AL , can you feel me or at least believe me how timid I felt then? (because my previous school is not arabic-friendly environment. ;p) and of course besides having problem with the education , I have to adapt with the people - smart but arrogant , tend to make fun of others , those who tried so hard to gain ascendancy , backstabber.
But all these , of course does not last. Nothing is eternal. People change.
I took up Arabic debate and netball for my CCA during my year 1. But switched from netball to rock climbing during my year 2. Arabic debate remains. And Alhamdulillah I managed to represent the school for just a minor competition. An experience , at least.
Alhamdulillah , as time whizzes by I personally saw that I'm becoming a better person than I am the day before , all thanks to the Asatizah in Madrasah Aljunied , no doubt they are all Masyallah , great educators , struggling each day to feed us with sufficient knowledge and to turn us into a better person. May Allah bless them and confer them with his never ending blessings and Rahmah. Ameen.
On top of all that , I could never possibly thank my classmates enough for they are the wonderful bunch of people who made my journey a fruitful wonderful awesome one. They add colours to my journey and act as a catalyst for me to do better every single day. "The ties that binds blissfully." They say , and Alhamdulillah for that.
Also thank you every single soul in Madrasah Aljunied for everything (I'm running out of words actually) but from the bottom of my heart , thank you of course , Uhibukkum fillah!
And today , I'm very proud to be a student of Aljunied even just for a while , and I DID NOT regret even a single bit to be in Madrasah Aljunied - a place where many scholars were born. After two years of strenuous efforts , I made it to the finishing line.
This wonderful journey of mine will remain forever etched in my heart.
Alhamdulillah thuma Alhamdulillah for the Almighty has chosen me to be part of Madrasah Aljunied. Thank You Allah :')