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Eyes June 29, 2009

Filed under: puisi,Q-E aisha — akhwatfillah @ 11.30 +00:00Jun

Calon  bunda Zainab syahidahWhen you sad it showing darkness

When you happy it showing brightness

When you angry it showing redfull

When you cry it showing tiers

 

It can showing what ever hiding

It can’t lie what ever you tell

Honesly or lier it can showing by eyes

 

When you see something bad say a’udzubillah

When you see something good say alhamdulillah

Keep eyes when walking you will sefty

Keep eyes anytime your heart become clien

 

Everything can be showing by eyes

As a mirror in our face

So becarefull with your eyes

 

 

 

 

 

OB.Reseption 4 Rajab 1430H    at 2.10 am

Im so sleepy so I try to write  poem ^_^

 

 

 

Michael Jackson sudden death June 26, 2009

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King of Pop’ earlier was rushed to hospital in Los Angeles after reported cardiac arrest

Friday 26 June 2009 00.04 BST

Michael Jackson, the American pop legend, died of a heart attack in a Los Angeles hospital last night, just weeks before he hoped to resurrect his four-decade long career with a series of sold-out shows in London.

The embattled music icon was taken to the University of California at Los Angeles medical centre last night, and paramedics administered cardiopulmonary resuscitation in the ambulance. He did not regain consciousness and was reported dead about three hours later.

Earlier his father, Joe Jackson, had told the TMZ.com website: “He is not doing well.”

The site reported that a 911 call came in to emergency services at 12.21pm local time from his Holmby Hills home in Los Angeles. Once at the hospital, staff tried to resuscitate him but Jackson did not respond, the website said.

The website said his sister, La Toya, was seen running into the hospital sobbing.

Jackson’s close friend Uri Geller told Sky News last night he was hoping desperately that the reports of Jackson’s death were not true: “I must hear it from a doctor. I cannot believe everything I see and read and hear at the moment. I hope its not true, I’m waiting like you are, like the whole planet is waiting to hear it from the mouth of the doctor taking car of him.

“I’m absolutely devestated and shocked. He was a young man terribly fit and basically in good shape.”

Last night fans paid tribute to Jackson. El Toro Diablo posted on TMZ: “God bless you Michael, heaven just got another beautiful angel.”

Kimbers wrote: “What a sad day. I hope Michael Jackson finds the peace that eluded him in life.”

Another fan, Sineen, wrote on website MJSite.com: “I never thought that one day would come and i’ll have to write this down, Michael Jackson is no longer with us. May your warm soul rest in peace. I’ll always love you Michael.”

Rulintheroost posted on political website The Huffington Post: “RIP Michael. Your music was a joy to many people around the world.”

The world famous entertainer had planned a series of 50 concerts in the O2 arena beginning 12 July. Although in the last two decades his reputation was sullied by accusations of child molestation and his bizarre public behaviour, 1 million tickets were sold within hours, proving the King of Pop had enduring appeal, even among fans who were not yet born when he released the Thriller album in 1982.

Jackson’s impact on American pop music cannot be overstated. His signature vocal style, dance moves including the moon walk and his military-inspired fashion sense also influenced pop culture worldwide. He earned worldwide acclaim for his 1982 Thriller album, produced by Quincy Jones. His subsequent efforts, including his Bad album of 1987 and a collaboration with sister Janet were also well received. His Thriller video, with its occult imagery and choreographed ensemble dance helped launch the music video genre.

He ultimately sold more than 750m albums worldwide and won 13 Grammy awards. But he had withdrawn from the public eye, taking his last tour in 1997 and releasing his last album of new material in 2001. Raised in the Motown tradition, Jackson’s worldwide popularity broke racial barriers. His impact on pop music and dance cannot be overstated.

For a time Jackson was the best-selling and most famous pop star in the world. But his increasingly odd public behaviour and two accusations of child molestation led the public to sour on him. The cost of his lavish lifestyle took a tremendous toll on his earnings. In 2008 he was forced to give up the deed to the Neverland Ranch in order to pay down what he owed. In April he stopped a public auction of his belongings ” including jewel encrusted concert tickets, stage-wear and music memorabilia. He was at the time thought to be as much as $24m in debt.

Jackson was born in Gary, Indiana, a gritty industrial city near Chicago. He became renowned in the 1970s as the lead singer of the Jackson 5, astonishing audiences with his charming looks, his crisp, playful voice and his smooth dance moves. He broke through as a solo artist in 1979 with Off the Wall, produced by Quincy Jones. The two had a long and fruitful collaboration, producing the albums Thriller and Bad.

In 1993 Jackson was first accused of child molestation by a 13-year old boy and his father. Authorities searched his ranch and Jackson agreed to a strip search. The case was eventually settled out of court and Jackson was never charged.

In 2003, he was the subject of a documentary by British filmmaker Martin Bashir, in which he admitted to sleeping in the same room as children at his Neverland Ranch. Prosecutors had been investigating him for years, and soon after, he faced new charges that he molested a 13-year old cancer survivor. In 2005 a jury acquitted him of the charge.

Jackson married twice, the first time to Lisa Marie Presley, daughter of Elvis Presley, in an unusual union of pop music dynasties. He later married an Australian nurse and fathered two children with her. The mother of his third child is not known.

In recent years he has frequently been seen in public wearing a mask, as have his children. In 2002 he was seen dangling his infant from the balcony of a hotel room, as legions of photographers watched in horror below.

Jackson suffered from vitiligo, a condition that causes the skin to lose its pigment. In May the Sun reported he had been diagnosed with skin cancer, a rumour his camp denied.

Jackson had been engineering a come-back tour, an effort to rehabilitate his public image and bolster his tottering finances. The warp-speed sales of the tickets to his O2 shows indicated he is still beloved among his fans. A staggering 1m tickets sold out within a matter of hours after going on sale in March.( guardian.co.uk)

 

Note : just copy paste from 1 blog,everybody will face  die but one thing the important is we are ready to face it or not,ready or not Allah will take everything a live will die,that time no more popularity,no more beautiful,handsome,rich or poor, averybody will face Allah by His deeds,if  he is belief in Allah and life with faith he is the one will receive reward from Allah also if during his life he is not belief in Allah and did bad thing just Allah also will give punist in last of our life..astaghfirullah somebody died inough for us to learn about our real future it is THA LAST DAY LATER… Wallahu ‘alam.Allah is inough for us.

 

Why we must read Al-Quran? June 20, 2009

Filed under: Q-E aisha — akhwatfillah @ 11.30 +00:00Jun
 
 
a012Why do we read Quran, even if we can’t understand a single Arabic word? This is beautiful story, please read till end and forward to all you knows…
An old American Muslim lived on a farm in the mountains of eastern Kentucky with his young grandson. Each morning Grandpa was up early sitting at the kitchen table reading his Qur’an. His grandson wanted to be just like him and tried to imitate him in every way he could.
One day the grandson asked,
“Grandpa! I try to read the Qur’an just like you but I don’t understand it, and what I do understand I forget as soon as I close the book. What good does reading the Qur’an do?”

The Grandfather quietly turned from putting coal in the stove and replied,
“Take this coal basket down to the river and bring me back a basket of water.”

The boy did as he was told, but all the water leaked out before he got back to the house.

The grandfather laughed and said,
“You’ll have to move a little faster next time,”

He sent him back to the river with the basket to try again. This time the boy ran faster, but again the basket was empty before he returned home. Out of breath, he told his grandfather that it was impossible to carry water in a basket, and he went to get a bucket instead.

The old man said,
“I don’t want a bucket of water; I want a basket of water. You’re just not trying hard enough,”

He went out the door to watch the boy try again. At this point, the boy knew it was impossible, but he wanted to show his grandfather that even if he ran as fast as he could, the water would Leak out before he got back to the house. The boy again dipped the basket into river and ran hard, but when he reached his grandfather the basket was again empty.

Out of breath, he said,
“See Grandpa, it’s useless!”

“So you think it is useless?”

The old man said,
“Look at the basket.”

The boy looked at the basket and for the first time realized that the basket was different. It had been transformed from a dirty old coal basket and was now clean, inside and out.

“Son, that’s what happens when you read the Qur’an. You might not understand or remember everything, but when you read it, you will be changed, inside and outside. That is the work of Allah in our lives.”

 

My room 2.30 pm

So,dont forget to read Qur’an All the time that make your life more brightness (taken from http://www.iluvislam.com)

 

 

 

 

 
 

 

 

‘Allah’s are the most beautiful names. Beseech Him with Them’ February 7, 2009

Filed under: Q-E aisha — akhwatfillah @ 11.30 +00:00Feb

ca4lmp6z1Our faith in Allah includes everything that Allah’s names and attributes entail. We believe everything that Allah tells us about Himself in the Qur’ân and everything that the Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) informed us about regarding Allah.
We believe that Allah is al-Rahmân (the Beneficent), al-Rahîm (the Merciful), al-Khâliq (the Creator), al-Razzâq (the Provider), as we believe in all of His sublime attributes
It is enjoined upon us to call upon Allah by His names when we beseech Him in prayer. Each one of His names is rich in meaning, each telling us something more about Allah. Each is suitable for any of our various supplications.

However, there is a habit that some people have of assigning certain of Allah’s names to beseeching specific needs or to asking Allah to cure particular illnesses. This practice is unfounded. The Prophet (peace be upon him) did not prescribe the use of specific names for specific needs.
We as Muslims should refrain from becoming formulistic in our supplications without any scriptural basis for doing so, but we should rather supplicate sincerely from our hearts, calling upon Allah with the names that come to mind for what we are asking for.
There are certain supplications that we find in the Prophet’s example that he offered on particular occasions. These supplications naturally include mention of Allah’s names.
For example, the Prophet taught us to say in times of distress [Sahîh al-Bukhârî (5870) and Sahîh Muslim (4909)]:

There is no God but Allah, the Mighty, the Gentle. There is no God but Allah, Lord of the Magnificent Throne. There is no God but Allah, Lord of the Heavens and Lord of the Earth and Lord of the Noble Throne.

Then there is the supplication for healing. ’ishah relates that the Prophet (peace be upon him) would seek protection for members of his family by wiping them with his right hand over them and reciting the following supplication [Sahîh al-Bukhârî (5743)]:

O Allah! Lord of humanity! Cure as you are the Curer. There is no cure except for your cure… a cure that will not leave any illness behind.

We should recite these supplications when the occasion arises for them. Otherwise, we should not single out certain names of Allah and recite them on specific occasions or when supplicating for particular needs. What we can do is simply call upon Allah with the name that we feel to be best suited for our needs when we supplicate Him.
We can beseech Allah as al-Razzâq (the Provider), saying for instance: “O Allah, you are the Provider. Provide for me.” Likewise, we can say: “O `Azîz (Almighty), strengthen me.” What is important is that we do not treat these practices as if they were ritual formula or as if they were specifically prescribed for us.

And Allah knows best.

–> “And Allah’s are the most beautiful names, so beseech Him with them, and leave alone those who violate the sanctity of His names; they shall be recompensed for what they did. ” [Sûrah al-A`râf: 180] Our faith in Allah includes everything that Allah’s names and attributes entail. We believe everything that Allah tells us about Himself in the Qur’ân and everything that the Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) informed us about regarding Allah.
We believe that Allah is al-Rahmân (the Beneficent), al-Rahîm (the Merciful), al-Khâliq (the Creator), al-Razzâq (the Provider), as we believe in all of His sublime attributes.