Monday, December 12, 2011

This World Full Of Lies

Assalamu'alaikum w.b.t.
Living on earth for 18 years, I have encountered a lot of obstacles, went through ups and downs of life, fell in love, experiencing friends come and go away from my live so on and so forth.
No matter whatever sort of life that each of us has undergone, one thing we need to remember, "DUNIA" is a place full of lies and hatred. Too many distractions that lie on our way to achieve whatever goal that we set.
Money, power, love, excessive entertainment are some of them in which if not handle carefully, will be very harmful to one's life. However, that is not an excuse for us not to excel in our lives on Earth. As muslim, we are encouraged to seek happiness in this life and in the hereafter. 
I am reminding myself and those who are reading this, please don't let yourself get carried away by the flow of today's world because it does more harm than good. Gain as much knowledge as you can for knowledge is the key to unlock doors of happiness,  unity, peacefulness, success and better life. 

Prophet Muhammad (p.b.u.h) once said..." You want the world, with knowledge, you want the hereafter, with knowledge, you want both, with knowledge.. "


Sunday, December 11, 2011

Hong Kong vs Malaysia ( Part 2 )

Hey!!! Let's continue with the 2nd part of HK-MAS thingy.
In the 1st part, I talked about cleanliness

Ok, in this part I want to share about transport system, particularly, PLATE NUMBERS OF VEHICLES.

As all of us know, Malaysians' car plate number consist of black colored plate and white number/alphabet.
Not enough with that, they come in many different designs and styles to suite to people's preferences and taste.

Some are very clear and vivid, can be seen from a distant while others can be small and need extra focus if one wants to read it. That is the result of leniency of the RTD and the Police Force, I reckon.

How about in Hong Kong? For front part of the car, the plate is white in color and the number/alphabet are black. Whereas the rear part, it comes with again black number but yellow plate. WOW. So obvious, even a far-sighted can recognize even though it may appears a bit blurry to them. And, another thing is, the plate is standardized for all type of mobile. No matter whether you drive a compact car or a luxury sport, a bus or a van, your plate are white in front and yellow at the back with big black numbers!! :) So civilized!! Ahakz..

Plate in HK

A lot of things can be learnt from that case alone. 
I believe we can think on our own what are the advantages and benefits of having this system(Hong Kong plate number) in Malaysia.

to be continued....

Wednesday, December 7, 2011

Hong Kong vs Malaysia (Part I)

Assalamu'alaikum w.b.t.

Hello. I haven't had any entry for a few months. Sorry, so busy with Y-E-S, S-C-H-O-O-L againnnn. Now being a 6th former at a British-style school. So in this entry, I want to share with all of you about Hong Kong vs Malaysia. Definitely not a football match, it's pertaining certain aspects of both parties in the context of a country as a whole. Why so sudden came up with such topic? Because I just got back from HK few days ago. :)

In this part, I wish to share about the biggest difference between both nations.
In HK, it's hard to see litter on the road, on the pedestrian walkways and etc. 
No way you can see cigarette butts all over the places.
In simplified term, if given a scale of cleanliness 1-10, whereby 1 is very dirty and 10 is very clean, I would put HK at 8/10 while my beloved MAS is at 5/10. 
Isn't it an insult to us M'sia. A country with Muslim as the majority whereas HK with non-muslims overwhelm the muslim and yet they can be cleaner than us. 

to be continued...

Friday, October 28, 2011

my aim

Cambridge Bound?

University of Cambridge, a two-word name which resembles creativity, powerful ideology and fantastic personality. Hundreds of charismatic politicians, influential leaders and corporate figures were moulded here at the university. An institution with good remarks and reputation will always be the people’s favourite. No doubt every year throng of people aim to gain admission to University of Cambridge, one of the world’s leading tertiary education centres. Why? The reason is, at Cambridge, students do not only gain academically, in fact they attain lots of soft skills which help them to understand and to be able to survive in today’s globalised world.  On top of all those, one question is to be asked, do I deserve to, one day, be a student at such university? I might not have the answer to that query. However, the desire inside me is burning, the determination is unshakable and the hope is enormous.

Going to Cambridge is my main objective since I first set my foot in Kolej Tuanku Ja’afar. To do that, I should devise a strategic action plan towards turning my imagination into reality. Building castle in the air is simply not my style.  I am tuning myself to be a walk-the-talk-type of a person. Thus, I have to rope in everything that is necessary to keep me on track en route to University of Cambridge. But, the question is, what are the things?

Performing well in academic will always be the main pre-requisite if one were to gain admission to the university. Despite that fact, I want to underline three key elements that I strongly believe will assist me moving in the right path that leads to being a legitimate student of one of the best universities in the whole world – read, do and ask. “Today a reader, tomorrow a leader”, a quote by Margaret Fuller that bears in my mind which emphasises on the enormous impact that reading may have upon somebody. In fact, my beloved father persistently reminds me and my siblings to read a lot since reading is synonymous with knowledge and facts. Thus, one who reads heavily gets to be a level above the others in certain aspects. Newspapers, magazines, articles, blogs, and novels – all these reading materials have something to offer to those who read them. For that reason I am promising to myself that I will read a lot.

Reading alone is not sufficient to make me deserve a seat in Cambridge. Next thing is ‘do’ – trying out what I have read is always a good initiative especially in advancing my English. A language cannot be mastered by just reading and attending classes. Besides improving English, through reading I can prepare myself to face the robust interviewing process that I will surely go in the near future. Be it interview for university admission, getting job or any interviews that exist in the universe. Having knowledge from my reading at least helps me to be less nervous and not feel inferior of myself.

Completing the list of things-to-do is a simple three-letter word that leads to someone getting bunches of information an open up thousands doors of opportunities – ask. If I do not know something, just ask. If I want to know something, ask. If I want clarification, ask. There is nobody in this world failing in life by asking. In fact, those who ask are in control of situations. No one will scold me just because I ask something. Unless the question asked is not appropriate. My teachers always tell me, in learning there is no such thing as stupid question. Those who ask the so-called stupid question are brilliant while those who do not ask, if they do not know and pretend knowing it, are the one that should be labelled as "moron".

To gain entry to University of Cambridge is tough but it is possible. Any ordinary human being can become Cambridge’s student as long as they work extraordinarily. As for me, once again I stressed out my desire to go and study there which I will follow up starting with three basic steps – read, do and ask. Hopefully one of these days, I can proudly claim I am a graduate from University of Cambridge, one of the world’s renowned learning centres.  

Saturday, August 13, 2011


hey..I'm having double fever right now.. 
EPL Fever + Going-to-college Fever .... getting the remedies this weekend :)

Tuesday, August 2, 2011

MSLS 2011 : "Piecing Together the Malaysian Puzzle"

Assalamu'alaikum w.b.t. 

This time around, I want to share my experience about Malaysian Student Leaders Summit (MSLS) that I attended recently.
It was organised by United Kingdom and EIRE Council of Malaysians Students (UKEC). It was my first time attending such summit and I am sure that wouldn't be my last. I will attend MSLS again in the future. 
At MSLS, we had forums, speeches and group discussions. The panels and speakers included some prominent figures in Malaysia, to name a few ; Emeritus Professor Datuk Dr Shad Saleem Faruqi (UITM Constitutional Law Professor)YB Senator Datuk Seri Idris Jala (CEO of PEMANDU) , Rafizi Ramli (Director of Strategies of Parti Keadilan Rakyat) , Dato’ Saifuddin Abdullah (Deputy Minister of Higher Education)YB Khairy Jamaluddin, (Chairman of Barisan Nasional Youth), YB Nurul Izzah Anwar (Member of Parliament for Lembah Pantai) and our new "TRANSFORMER" YAB Dato' Sri Najib bin Tun Abdul Razak.

There were six main topics highlighted during the summit :

  • Human Capital Development
  • Malaysian Constitution
  • Public Policy
  • Malaysian Economy
  • Civil Societies 
  • Malaysian Politics

Just a brief conclusion for each topics from my point of view. 

Human Capital Development
Some of the issues addressed under this topic were brain drain, Malaysian edu system, talent management and employment. Brain drain is a serious problem that Malaysia is facing currently. Millions of professionals Malaysians are working overseas and coming back to serve Malaysia was never been their thoughts. TalentCorp is established by the government to handle this problem. To quote a part of what CEO of TalentCorp said, in my own word, in addressing this problem, " serving the nation is not about working in the country only, you can still  contribute to Malaysia by bringing back businesses to the nation from where you are staying....". For M'sian edu system, many reckon that it needs to be revised by abolishing vernacular schools and include soft-skill subject in the syllabus and I second that. In conclusion, human capital is the most important element in nation building process. You can have vast land, large oilfield and thousands of gold, but without human capital all these mean nothing. 

Malaysian Constitution
During this session, the forum was extra interesting with the presence of Tan Sri Speaker Dewan Rakyat, Prof Shad and Edmund Bon. Most of the talking was related to Internal Security Act 1960(ISA), Emergency Ordinance 1969(EO), Sedition Act 1948 and the eventful July 9 2011. What caught my attention most in this session was Prof Shad and his thought regarding ISA.. " It is only Allah that has the total power to detain people without any trial, not us, human" (again, in my own word). Another point that is quite outstanding and should be given attention by the government is the suggestion by Edmund Bon to include the study of M'sian Consti in school's syllabus. From my observation, I can say that majority of other races dislike I*****m A** and Ut***n M***yu, judging from some of the questions posed by the participants. This might be because of their provocative approach towards certain issues in this country. In a nutshell, for M'sian consti session I admire Prof Shad. His views and opinions showed that they came from his mind that holds a firm principle : what is right should always be right, and what is wrong should always be wrong, never ever talk to purposely pleased a party. :)

Public Policy
In this part, the main focus was on TRANSFORMATION. Before that, fyi, Rafizi Ramli, whom I admire was one of the panels :). Back to the topic. The session was focusing more on Government Transformation Programme (GTP), Economic Transformation Programme (ETP) and New Economic Model (NEM) since there was this PEMANDU CEO present for this session. It's YB Datuk Seri Idris Jala. So, what do we have in GTP and ETP? Of course, no other things than the famous 6+1 NKRAs and 12 NKEAs. We were presented with some details of what the government has and hasn't delivered from the promises stated in NKRAs. Besides those, the best part was that when Rafizi Ramli narrated about some efforts done by Selangor Government that enables them to "put back" quite a huge sum of money in the pockets of the rakyat by following guidelines/policies stated in their own economic model called BUKU JINGGA. On top of that, there were a few questions asked pertaining the issues of MyEmail and RM1.8 million that was spent by Ministry of Tourism on the so called facebook page lately. My review : it's all about transformation towards the betterment of the country, what matters most is 'What is/are the best yet effective way/s to make all the intended changes become a reality'... 

Civil Societies
We had three activists and one politician talking about civil society. What was supposed to be a forum/dialogue session turned out being 3 vs 1. Haha. Why? Because most of the activists, representing different CSOs were pointing their fingers toward the government for the lack of support given by them. Unfortunately, the politician was the Deputy Higher Education minister, Dato' Saifuddin Abdullah who apparently forced to be the sole government's representative for the session. The activists voiced out that the current government hasn't done much in aiding CSOs/NGOs in Malaysia. On top of that, they said that they were having though times, fighting to find their footing in the country due to certain government's policies that block them from certain things needed to empower their movements. Meanwhile, Dato' Saif was urging the civil society movement, business and government to synergise with each other in order to propel things forward. Besides those, the issue of low public awareness about CSOs was also being talked about. But, the limelight for the session was regarding the UUCA 1971(AUKU - Akta Universiti dan Kolej Universiti). Students are not happy with the Act because it poses some strict restrictions on the students which is deemed unnecessary. They called for the abolishment of Section 15 of the UUCA 1971 because section 15 of the Act prohibits University and College University student to participate in any political party and employees union. There are a few more things in section 15 but they just highlighted these two major restrictions. Pheww... I think that's quite a lot for one topic.. To wrap up,   all of us who are very lucky and talented must be very grateful and we should have the will to, one day, help others who are not as lucky as we are. About the UUCA, I also have the same thought as Dato' Saif that the government should delete section 15 from the act and I believe if they do so, they will see tremendous improvement in local universities besides allowing more talented young Malaysians to proof that they are able to become the future leaders of this nation. 

I'm done!! hehe.. About Malaysian Politics and Malaysian Economics, truth be told, I barely remember anything.. I don't know why.. Maybe I was too excited to see Nurul Izzah Anwar in person for the first time... Haha.. What I can recall, Izzah and Khairy Jamaluddin had some sort of debate.. Actually, it's not a debate..It's just that Izzah was wrapping up the session since the moderator gave her one last chance to speak, but this guy ah (KJ) interrupted her, it was quite rude because he didn't respect Izzah's time. His time had passed but still he wanted to defend himself and the BN's government since Izzah was talking about some flaws maybe.. can't really recall..sorry..haha.. well, that's all I can share.. thanks for your time.. :)

Sunday, July 24, 2011

Once In A Lifetime

It was the Hari Anugerah Cemerlang SM Sains Tuanku Syed Putra 2010, held on 5th July 2011 to acknowledge students that showed good academic's achievement for the year of 2010. As for me, this will be my last to be on the school's stage, as a student of SMSTSP. For five years, I had been living in SMSTSP and  there are thousands of memories which I will hold on to. Happy, sad, love, frustration, angry, moody, etc. All these, blended together to become a mixture that made up some parts of my life. I hereby, force myself to say goodbye to SMSTSP as a student. I will come back and contribute to the school as an ex-student who loves the  his previous school. 

Some pictures commemorating the eventful "farewell" ceremony on 5th July 2011 :'(  

That's me with the recipient of Tuanku Syed Putra Award

With my beloved mom

Friday, July 15, 2011

LFC Fever

Yaayy!!!! It's weekend tomorrow, but a special weekend.
A LFC Fever weekend :)
Liverpool FC is on their Asia Tour 2011. They've stopped by at China, and currently LFC is in MALAYSIA laaaaa!!!
I am so excited because I will be going to tomorrow's LFC-MALAYSIA XI game at National Stadium in Bukit Jalil along with my brother and friends. I'm on very high LFC Fever now. Can't wait to see them.
KOPites, let us throng Bukit Jalil on 16th July!! "Kasi pecah itu stadium laaa" hahah..
That's all.


Tuesday, July 12, 2011

a part of my to-do list

what's up with my to-do list??
well, I am hoping that one of these days I will have the chance to set my foot at these places, whether as a student, a tourist, a visitor, a staff or etc.

the places are :

Harvard, USA

Cambridge, UK

Oxford, UK


If you can't be a pine on the top of the hill
Be a scrub in the valley - but be
The best little scrub by the side of the rill;
Be a bush if you can't be a tree

If you can't be a bush be a bit of the grass,
And some highway some happier make;
If you can't be a muskie then just be a bass -
But be the liveliest bass in the lake!

We can't all be captains, we've got to be crew,
There's something for all of us here.
There's big work to do and there's lesser to do,
And the task we must do is the near.

If you can't be a highway then just be a trail,
If you can't be the sun be a star;
It isn't by size that you win or you fail - 
Be the best of whatever you are!

'Be the Best of Whatever You Are' by Douglas Malloch

Monday, July 11, 2011

What's up next?

Kolej Tuanku Ja'afar was founded in 1991 by YAM Tunku Naquiyuddin, Tunku Laxamana Negeri Sembilan, 
YAM Tunku Tan Sri Imran and YAM Tunku Dara Tunku Tan Sri Naquiah. 
This is going to be my living place for the next two years, starting this August until June 2013.
WHAT? : It's an international British-style boarding school.
WHERE? : located in the a small town called Mantin, Negeri Sembilan.
WHAT? : I will enroll into its Sixth Form course, GCE A-Level ( I will be a school student again )
WHICH? : The college has eight boarding houses, and I am an Imran House-member-soon-to-be. 
So, this is going to be my stepping stone towards achieving one of my goals : 
# pursue my degree study at OxBridge or LSE, in the United Kingdom.

~ Aim for the moon. If you miss, you may hit a star. ~

The Long Awaited Refurbishment

Hello. Pheewww~
What a relieved.
After for so long, I planned to refurbish my humble blog and yesterday and today were the days that my plan, at last, worked out.
I browsed thru a few blog template's website but lastly, it was a template from this blogger that was chosen to give a new look to my blog.
BUT, there's a problem with my new-looking blog, somehow it can't display the followers and others who wish to follow my blog can't do so. OMG!!!
Now, what to do? I've changed the blog template thrice in two days, but the prob is still there. :'(
I'll let it be for a while, hopefully it'll mend itself. haha.

Sunday, July 3, 2011

Education is not about scoring As

Being "A" cut above the rest is something that has been resonating in our society for years now. Unfortunately, the "A" does not spell quality.

It is sad to see students who score seven to 10As not being able to make the cut when they go to college or when it comes to tackling real-life problems

They lack the proficiency and skills in language, communication, time management and even leadership.
Many of these students, the one who writes this as well, shiver when asked to deliver a short presentation, get stressed in managing their assignments, don't know the simple rules of algebra and, most importantly, can't think critically to make informed decisions.

In our race to get as many As as possible, most of us (students) become mechanical.
Getting an A should mean that one is able to put his or her knowledge to practice in everyday life. What good is an A if one does not have the competence to tackle a job interview?

Having examinations that are on par with those in the foreign countries does not mean we are turning ourselves becoming top-notch students.

The education system should reflect real-life situations so that we, students, are able to see the relevance of learning in our everyday lives. This, in turn, helps cultivate an attitude for lifelong learning.
Many students lose focus and do not understand the true meaning of education. We are blinded in our struggle towards becoming an A student.

The question we should ask ourselves is not whether it is too easy to get an A these days but what that A means.

Thursday, June 16, 2011

Facts and Figures

Assalamu'alaikum w.b.t.

I got the Kijang Scholarship from Bank Negara..

So, just wanna share roughly the facts and figures related to the scholarship for the year of 2011...
Relax, enjoy and T-H-I-N-K!!

Shortlisted candidates for the assessment : 20+/-
Selected as recipient : 3

Application received by Bank Negara : 5300 +/-..
Shortlisted candidates for the assessment : 150 +/-

Selected as recipient : 30 +/-
Percentage chosen : 0.566%


Sunday, June 12, 2011


At last, I got it!!! Speechless !!
I've been chosen as one of the recipients of Kijang Scholarhsip Award 2011/2012 of Bank Negara Malaysia.
I can't describe my gratefulness to Allah. :')
I would like to convey my deepest gratitude to family, teachers, colleagues and friends. 
Without all those doa from all of you, it would mean nothing for me and I won't be getting this scholarship.
I don't know how to repay your good deeds towards me but one thing that I can do, I will doa for everyone's success.

T-H-A-N-K Y-O-U SO MUCH100X!!!!


Monday, May 30, 2011

PNB Scholarship Test 2011

In life, we are advised to be a type of person who benefits others.
To be one, I am here in this post, to share with my friends and my juniors about PNB Critical Reasoning Test Battery(CRTB) 2011.
About 300-350 applicants nationwide are shortlisted to sit for the test. How much will be granted the scholarship? I can't tell you coz I don't know. hehe. The recipient of PNB Overseas Scholarhship Award will be doing A-Levels at Kolej Yayasan UEM, Lembah Beringin before pursuing a degree course at top-notch universities in the USA, UK and AUSTRALIA. I am not sure whether Aussie is included.
Attire :
Boys - Shirt+slack+leather shoes+necktie (don't need blazer coz it is a test, not an interview)
Girls - Baju Kurung+shoes (sandals and slippers are not recommended)

The test was divided into three parts.

1 - Verbal Evaluation
2 - Interpreting Data
3 - Diagrammatic Series

The applicants are given 30 questions. All questions have to be answered within 20 minutes time.
In this part, there are a few passages. The length of each passage is about 5-7 lines. Each passage comes with 2-4 statements. Applicants have to determine whether each statement is TRUE or FALSE or CANNOT DETERMINE without further infos.

From my opinion, the level of English for the passages is quite high.
There were some sentences that I completely didn't understand. (well, my English level is not very good) Stupid of me. But, I gave my best. Do it hard or go home. :)

In this part, there were 18 questions only. The time given is 20 minutes.
It involves some simple maths calculation. There are tables, charts, graph, etc.
Most of the questions ask us to calculate the turnover profit, sales difference, capital, percentage and lots more.

As for me, this part was better compared to the first part because I love numbers :).
I managed to answer almost all questions properly and there were two or three wild guesses. :-P

And lastly, the third part comprising 40 questions. Again, 20 minutes is given to answer all questions.
If you have attempted any IQ test question that contain sequence of pictures, I am sure you can do well in this part of the test. It is exactly the same. 1 until 40, sequences of pictures.

Hurm, I enjoyed the most in this part. Although it was very tensed at that moment because, can you imagine answering 40 questions in 20 minutes?? That is half a minute for each question. MY GOD!!

In conclusion, the test was quite difficult. Basically, they want to test whether you can do a job quick and do a job while you are under pressure. (Is my sentence correct?? LOL)
My advice, work fast but relax. No time to think twice. Just follow your thought, and follow your instinct.
You ain't got much time to go through your answers. All the best.
I don't put much hope of getting a phone call asking me to attend the next part of the evaluation process.
If it is my "rezeki" , ALHAMDULILLAH. Do pray for me. :D
Thanks for reading. :)

P/s : who pass the test and get the chance to proceed to the next level, one thing from me, TABIK SPRINNGG!!

Saturday, May 21, 2011

Central Bank's Assessment

20th May 2011
I attended Bank Negara's assessment  session. Where? At BNM's headquarter in KL.
Time : 0800 - 1230 hours.
Number of candidates for the last group of the whole BNM's assessment session was four person.
BNM's assessment session had been carried out for the past fortnight. Total candidates involved was 150.
The assessment was divided into three parts.

1st part - Essay writing
2nd part - Group Presentation
3rd part - Individual Presentation and Interview


Time given to complete the task : 1 hour

One hour was given to complete two essays ; one in Malay(part A) and one in English(part B).
For both parts, there were two questions. The topic varies for each year.
In part A, I decided to answer Q1
" Pelaksanaan waktu bekerja lima hari banyak membawa kebaikan kepada individu, keluarga dan negara. Bincangkan "
In part B, I chose to answer Q2
" Credit card is more of a trend than a need. Discuss "

MyComment : I've tried my best even though I wasn't able to give the best answer (due to time constraint--alasan, SIGH -_-" )


Discussion : 20 minutes
Presentation : 30 minutes

We were given a situation.
" You organization has just formed a Volunteer Team (VT). The VT has to organize a fund-raising activity for charity purpose. RM15,000 is allocated for the activity. Discuss with your VT committee members regarding how do you want to organize the activity. Then, present you proposal to the board of directors for their approval. Ensure that you take into account a few important matters such as logistic, security, food and beverages and whatever that is necessary for an event/activity. "

I was the Project Manager. It was quite tensed because we have to do the discussion in front of the panels.
Everyone was eager to speak. But alhamdulillah, the discussion and the group presentation went well.

MyComment : The presentation was not so good. We ourselves were not very satisfied with our work.
Individually, I've done a quite good job. However, there are ROOOOOMS for improvement in me. :)


Preparation : 15 minutes
Presentation : 10 minutes
Interview : unlimited

I chose to present on the topic of (the topic varies for each year).. " CREATIVITY AND EFFICIENCY : WHAT IS MORE IMPORTANT?"
Alhamdulillah. I was able to explain to them clearly(insyaAllah). I made a choice and I stick to my choice regardless whatever happen.
Regarding the interviewing part, it was very casual and relax. No stress at all. Full of laughter but still serious.
The panel of interviewers asked a lot of questions esp about your personality. The questions were in different form with one objective : to get to know one's personality. The interview part was the best part  among the three. FANTASTIC and ENJOY!!
It's a valuable experience to attend BNM's assessment session.

MyComment : Alhamdulillah,I think I've done my best for the 3rd part.

Overall : F-A-N-T-A-S-T-I-C. Invaluable experience. Enjoy.
hopefully, I will secure the Kijang Scholarship Award from Bank Negara Malaysia, INSYAALLAH.

- Keep praying for me guys and girls -

Thank You

Tuesday, May 17, 2011


What do you think, if a science-based student intends to pursue his/her tertiary education in art field?
What do you think, if an art-based student wishes to further his/her degree in science field?

I was very shocked, sad, disappointed, furious and moody when I was denied of getting a scholarship, which I believe I deserved so, just because I came from a science school and applying to continue my study in art-related course.

"...sorry Mr. Dhiyauddin Murtadha, it is our policy that those who want to pursue their tertiary education in arts field, they have to take art subjects for their SPM, and vice versa for science courses.. "

not to blame anybody, but that's the fact. Such a silly policy that portrayed the narrow-mindedness of those who made it.

Hopefully, they realise that the policy keeps on denying young talents to express themselves and contribute to the nation.


For soooo long...

I've left the blog for so long. I was planning on refurbishing this blog, but I am still going through the lengthy explanation from the blogger tutorial. OMG. But, I think I have to keep on posting.
So, need to post at least once a week. Guys and girls, do pray for me to have bunch of ideas when it comes to posting time.
Well, see you guys again in the next post.

Sunday, February 13, 2011



Last Thursday, I went for a RTD test.
A test that has to be undergone by those who wish to obtain their driving license for any class of vehicle.
So, as for me, I sat the test under category D, personal passenger vehicle. 
I am one among another 75 candidates that morning who will be sitting for the test.
Even though the 'test questions' were already known by us, yet I am still nervous and anxious while waiting for my turn.
Fortunately, things were well for me. It was just like having a stroll in the park in the evening.
Alhamdulillah. And , I'll be gettin' my driving license next Wednesday, so let's rock n roll guys!!~

Tuesday, February 8, 2011

Change : A Continuous Process

As we observe, the world keeps on changing and progressing itself - at a very fast pace!!
Developments are done in every part in this world.
The gadgets - transform their appearance like nobody's business. Iphone, HTC Desire Z, Samsung Galaxy - these are some the new and latest appliances in digital world, and yet the new ones are waiting to be released into the market.
What about vehicles? Clothes and apparels? Even food change?
Too many things have undergone numerous procedures and come out to be a better one than they were before.

As a wise human being, why don't we hold our horses and ponder about ourselves for a moment??
Does each of us undergoes evolution or revolution by ourselves? Changes regarding our look, thinking, and personality... Or we want others and the surrounding to change us?

We need to transform ourselves accordingly with the environment and surrounding atmosphere. Transform into a better person. =)
Maybe we can have the same look physically, but what about our mindset? our way of thinking? our lifestyle?
A wise guy always wants to keep on improving himself/herself.
Changes positively should be praised even in a small quantity. So, when someone says he/she has changed, never condemned them even if you know how was he/she in the past as a person. Who knows, what are the changes they've made.
Salute and support them because to change oneself is not a simple thing to do.
If we can't afford to change ourselves, respect others who changed.
I repeat, RESPECT OTHERS WHO CHANGED into a better individuals :D

eeerrr....tired of thinking what to write, so I'll stop here lah ~
tq 4 reading :D

p/s : any correction grammatically(surely ada kan), do inform me 

Saturday, January 29, 2011


Assalamualaikum w.b.t
From the first day I was born into this world, 
I am so grateful because Allah has chosen me to live in this world called 'Dunia'.
My parents take a good care of me.
They feed me, 
put on the clothes for me,
teach me how to walk, talk, express feelings and etc.
But the most important thing is, they teach me how to appreciate others.
So, from  primary school, I move on to the secondary school and it was a boarding school.
From here, I've learnt a lot about life.
The school world has taught me so much things I haven't known before.
But for me, the most significant fragment of the school life lies in a five-letter word,
that is, F-R-I-E-N-D.
Without friend, I'm nobody.
Friends inspire me. Friends light up my world.
They've led me until I become who I am right now.
I've turned out to be HUMAN.
A human who knows what is right and what is wrong.
A human who knows to differentiate which is good and bad.
A human who knows how to appreciate.
A human who knows how to love and be loved.
A human who knows what to do to get the ultimate reward  - SYURGA.

So, just a simple word to all my friends, 
deep from the bottom of my heart,
T-H-A-N-K Y-O-U  !

Friday, January 28, 2011


What this post has to do with the title "Maintained" ??
2011 has almost reached the end of it's 1st month..
and guess what??!! I'm able to maintain my weight of 70kg and it is not a good news for me.
My target is to lose 10kg by the end of March 2011..
So, in calculation, I am suppose to lose 3kg+/- per month la..
and I'm not achieving it..
So, I have a 'rescue' plan..
Mrs. HERBALIFE FORMULA 3 are on their way from Perlis to help me !!!



Thursday, January 27, 2011

patient and appreciate

I was in my English class just now. 
Suddenly my phone vibrated. Guess what?? Out of the blue, a friend of mine texted me.. "Taza, kat mana?"
I told her that I'm in Shah Alam. She replied, "tgk wayang jom?" ....
at that moment, my feeling consist of a mixture of happy, shocked, doubt and touched. I'm speechless.
That was the FIRST TIME ever she had invited me to watch the cinema.. 
As my feeling started to grow more excited, she texted me again... " err, aku ada tiket lebih ni" ...
When I read that, my heart broke. It was so devastating!! She invited me just because she had an extra movie ticket with her. 
I was treated as a second class friend. she hardly remembers me and think of me. 
So, I was thinking whether to accept the 'invitation' or not.. 
I was so so sad but I said to myself.. "hey Taza, AT LEAST she remembered you..even if it was a COINCIDENCE" .... :'-(( sob3... 
well, I accepted her so-called invitation at the first place. But, later when I thought deeper, it was better for me to reject it. After all, she was not really into inviting me. She just wanted to compensate the RM19 that she had lost because of the EXTRA ticket. haha..I have my own pride, my dignity. and they cost more, not just a mere RM19 !!!!!  
But, nevermind. I don't mind even my heart's broken. I'm used to her like that.

p/s : be patient with that type of friends, and do appreciate them even if they ACCIDENTALLY remember you. 

Tuesday, January 25, 2011


A FICTION STORY..adapted from a novel...
a story of a friend...


the same old song sing by friends to a friend. comes along with presents and smileys.
hey girl, you are already 18 years old. You've grown up to be a nice and sweet girl along with cute feminineness in you. You are a prominent figure in our circle of friends. 
There is a boy who appreciates you without you noticing it. Well, never hope of being noticed by you since he's only a small, humble and ordinary guy. He fights hard to win your heart, but he never won. And now, he gives up his hope and will never fight again. In fact, he's fighting with himself, fighting for a place in a decent varsity out of this country. He's focusing on his study and trying to forget what he had fought for before this. Today, he ends an old journey to begin a new quest of life.

from Malaysia with love..
unfortunate boy <3

Monday, January 24, 2011

RM220 ?

do RM220 is able to be compared with the value of a FRIENDSHIP?
I don't think so. That is why I am willing to spend that much for my friends.
we can get money easily nowadays, but friends? NOPE! Once you've lost a friend, it is hard for you to find a replacement which is exactly the same with the one that you have lost.
So, I urge all those out there who read this, please appreciate your friends.
and don't attempt to exploit your friends if they are good towards you.
treat them well. 
having a lot of friends, your life will be made simpler every day. :-)