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Wednesday, October 28, 2009

My Subject This Semester 2

Hello my nice readers! For this last entry, I want to continue telling about my subjects this semester. I feel so sad because this semester will finish about 3 weeks more. Final examination is around the corner. I will sit for the BEL311 subjects first on this Friday at 8.30 am at Dewan Seri Temenggung. I feel so nervous. I am very hope that I will get A's for this subjects in the final examination. I am very thankful to our lecturer, Sir Izuan for teaching us how to do the term paper, how to do the thesis statement and conclusion, the format of references and many more. I am really appreciating all your knowledge that you share to all of us.

My second subjects that I will sitting for the final examination is FIN262 or Fundamentals of Finance. It is on second November, Monday at 2.15 pm. I feel so difficult to this subject because it includes many calculations. I feel so worry towards this subject because I know that my carry marks is worse according to my tests and quizzes. Despite I am so worry, I am very hope that I will pass for this subjects. I am very thankful to our lecturer, Cik Wan Asma Hanim for all your guidance. Please pray for us.

My third subjects that I will sitting for the final examination is CTU241. It is on 6th November at 8.30 am. For this semester, I learn about economy in Islam. I feel so interesting about this subject because this subject is related to my economic subjects. I am very hope that I can get A+ grade for this subject. I am also thankful to our lecturer, Ustaz Kamarulzaman for all the knowledge that you shares to us.

Next, I will sit for statistics subjects or QMT216. It is on 11th November, Wednesday at 2.15 pm. In my opinion, this subject is easy to score if we know all the concepts of calculation but I have very weak in the Probability topics. I have difficult to understand the concept of this topic. I am very hope that I will score in this subjects and thankful to our lecturer, Prof. Ruhana for all the guidance.

Lastly, I will sit for the macroeconomic subject or ECO211. It is on 14th November, at 2.15 pm. This is the last paper that I will sit for. So, I hope I have a full of spirits to finish my final examination. I think, this subject is quite difficult too but I hope I will get score for that. Other than that, our lecturer Puan Zarina will move to UITM Shah Alam for continue her teaching. That means we can’t get to see her again in this campus. It is so sad. I hope she wills success in her life and she will pray for us.

In conclusion, I am hope that I can be success in my final examination and I am so believe that all the lucks are from Allah.

What I Love Most about Hari Raya Aidilfitri.

Hello my readers! For this new entry, I want to share about what I love most about hari raya Aidilfitri. As we all know, hari raya is the winning day for all Muslims after we had fasting about one month on Ramadhan. Peoples will feel very happy when hari raya coming and each other is busying to shopping as a preparation for hari raya.
Firstly, what I love most about hari raya Aidilfitri is the journey for going back to hometown. Every year my family and I will going back to Tanjung Malim, Perak for celebrate the hari raya. We usually are going back to Perak one day before hari raya. At the hometown we will break fast for the last time as the big family. There were very happy and we enjoy waiting for hari raya next day.

Secondly, at the night of hari raya, I like to see the scenery at my hometown. On the night, children are very happy and enjoy while playing a fireworks. There we so beautiful. Other than that there was so noise with the sound of crackers or ‘meriam buluh’. When I see at the kitchen, my grandmother, my mother, my aunties was so busy with her ‘ketupat’ and ‘rendang’.

Thirdly, when today is hari raya, all of us are wake up early in the morning and take the turn for bath and going to hari raya prayer at the mosque. After we had prayed, we all had gathered and each other were seek for the forgiveness. Then, the best thing is we get the ‘duit raya’ from our parents, grandmother, uncles and aunties.

Lastly, what I love most is the food that we common eat when hari raya. There are so many ‘ketupat’, ‘rendang’, ‘lemang’ and cookies. We can see the varieties of cookies like ‘samperit’, ‘dahlia’ and most popular is ‘almond london’. We all had enjoyed eating the foods. When we gathered, we can share stories and loving each other because we meet rarely. Okay that all for this entry. Thank you.

Monday, October 5, 2009

My childhood memories of Ramadhan.

In the golden age of Islam, fasting is one of the obligations that all the Muslims should to obey. This is because fasting is including in the principle of Islam. When we talked about fasting, I believed that all Muslims had their own childhood memories of Ramadhan. I also immediately remembered about my own childhood memories of Ramadhan.

I had started for fasting since I’m in standard one. My parents taught me to fasting for the whole day. They promise me to give me rm1 for one day fasting. I am very excited when I heard the statement. I had resolute myself to fasting for the month of Ramadhan. At least I can get rm30 as the ‘duit raya’.

My determination was succeeding until the middle month of Ramadhan. I still remembered when the 17th day of Ramadhan, I had started to fasting for the half day only. This is because I can’t stand anymore for the whole day without drinking and eating. Furthermore I felt very tired after came back from school.

Sometimes, unfortunately I am not fasting for the whole day because something that can influence me. It is happened when one day, I came back from school. On that time I am lonely at home. Suddenly, my friend came to my house. She bought me an ice-cream. So I told her that I’m fasting for that day. She told she will knit if I not took the ice-cream. As a little girl, I was very happy when I got an ice-cream from my close friend. We eat the ice-cream together but suddenly my brother came back from school and at night, he told to my parents that I’m not fasting for that day. I felt so sad because my dad will deduct the amount of money if I had skipped from fasting.

When ‘hari raya’ came, I still got rm30 as the ‘duit raya’ but my dad said to don’t skip the fasting anymore. At least he can accept if I’m fasting for the half day. Okay, that’s the entire story that I want to share for my readers about my childhood memories of Ramadhan. Thank you.

Saturday, October 3, 2009

One of my favourite movies...

Hello guys! I’m coming with my new entry. Now, I want to tell you about one of my favourite movies that I’d watched. This is a Malay movies that directed by our famous director, Ahmad Idham. The title is “Syurga Cinta ”. This movie has U as a classification where it is a general viewing for all ages. The genre for this movie is a romantic drama. It is about one hour and 40 minutes the running time for this Malay movie. In addition, this movie is distributed by Metrowealth and it is presented by Awal Ashaari, Heliza and Hadziq as a casts for this Malay movie.

"Syurga Cinta" is about the love between two people with different ideologies, a Muslim boy named Irham (Awal Ashaari) who lives a very modern, Western lifestyle, and a Muslim girl named Syuhadah (Heliza AF5) who faithfully follows the teachings of Islam in our modern society.

The film opens with the scene of Irham's (Awal Ashaari) homecoming being celebrated by him and his buddies at a nightclub. The next day, Irham was given a challenge by his mates (Shaheizy Sam and Fizz Fairuz) to court a pious Muslim girl, Syuhadah (Heliza). Within a month, he must break up their relationship in front of his friends to win the bet.

Placing religious subject matters in a romantic relationship related to youths, the movie is viewed as a medium to educate and foster its audience. The
re's no denying that there are numerous religious values implanted within "Syurga Cinta" making it something positive to look forward to. However, when the film becomes so dense, it shifted to appear as something unrealistic and seemed made-up by the creators of the film. It is true that the abundance of information and dialogues were inserted into the script, but are there actually people in the real world right now that would speak like how the film portrays people to speak?

For those that not watch this film yet, I suggest that you should watch this movie because I think "Syurga Cinta” is the best Malay movie to watch and it will give you a good message while joyful to watch it. To the fans of such films, "Syurga Cinta" is a touching and heart-warming film for you to wat
ch. Thank you…


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