Thursday, April 11, 2013

Who Says?

It was my group's turn to present in my political science class today. We were doing a country report on South Africa

The second group did Sweden
And our lecturer instructed as to email him our slide before the presentation day.

 Group Sweden didnt.

And it took us by surprise ..when he said " it's very interesting country Sweden. If u  had email me earlier i could have shown my wife. My wife, shes from Sweden , shed be happy to  see it" 

Then all girls go "awwwwwrgghhhhhhh!!!"


We thought our lecturer is single . but actually-hes doing Phd and married.. haha

The thing is – we had the surprised of our life that moment lol 

I think it never crossed our mind that he's married to a Swedish .

He's Malay, dark brown skinned,  chubby, but he's baby faced and look like a teddy bear. When he smiles he looks like a  6 year old child hahahah

We even thought  he's not yet married.
It changed my perception a bit... who says only handsome man gets a pretty girl and who says  only pretty girls get hot guys?!!

I see one proof here =)

And if i had the chance id love to visit Sweden and married a Swedish there LOL!

Sunday, April 7, 2013

A dissapointing reality..

i been observing this, and it is a dissapointing reality.

im talking bout Hijab style..

these days, it has been "synchronized" with the ways non-Hijabi fashion, if i may..

im studying in IIUM with multiracial background students from different parts of da world particularly Muslims from middle east, some from EU, and other parts of Asia. i see and i been wondering everyday abt the way the female wears their hijab.

i wonder mostly abt those who wears their Hijab like this....

they wear Jubah prefectly already, covering their body, not tight or anything, but then when u look at their heads, there is Hijab, with hair protruding on their forehead....


at first, i thought to myself, maybe they are from different mazhab, their ways of wearing it would be different.since we have 4 sects, and i follow Imam Syafie sect, and they maybe follow the other 3. For example  the way of us taking ablution and certain position in obligatory prayer being slightly different..i thought it is like that.

when i think deeper, no dude... the 4 imams may  interpret the way of doing ibadah from Quran differently, but Allah's command about covering aurah is one, and THAT DOESNT CHANGE.

And tell the believing women to reduce [some] of their vision and guard their private parts and not expose their adornment except that which [necessarily] appears thereof and to wrap [a portion of] their headcovers over their chests and not expose their adornment except to their husbands, their fathers, their husbands' fathers, their sons, their husbands' sons, their brothers, their brothers' sons, their sisters' sons, their women, that which their right hands possess, or those male attendants having no physical desire, or children who are not yet aware of the private aspects of women. And let them not stamp their feet to make known what they conceal of their adornment. And turn to Allah in repentance, all of you, O believers, that you might succeed.  (An-Nur :31)

it is weird looking, what's the purpose? what msg r u trying to proposed. "im a modern muslimah??"
it's confusing. u know it's easy . it's either YOU  COVER ALL or YOU DONT.

 if it is out of fashion, fashion trend would evolve after period of time.. following it means to please fellow human beings, not Allah. Fashion trends keep on changing, but not the sin we made when our aurah is exposed. it's not like it is there for a period of time, the next trend comes out, past sins disappear to make room for new ones. it is always there since committed  and Allah is counting.........

 i know there r a lot of other issues,like wearing hijab with leggings, with tight clothing, clothing that "wrap" the body and hijab's worn above the chest level. but this one is like so annoying and i see it everyday in class or cafetaria.

analogy...and the choice is 50/50 cover, or you dont. make a choice. IT'S SIMPLE!
HALF COVERED, HALF NOT. you might as well take the hijab off and wear it when you're ready.whenever that is.

i watched a drama on tv3 shot in Riyadh, and i saw females there in some of the scenes..and i knew it is not just in IIUM, it is everywhere and frustratingly, it happens in the Arab country hmm....

HIJAB is not just a piece of cloth, it's more than that.Allah loves us so much that HE protects us in various ways HE could... Why are we so blind to see that?

SHOPAHOLIC virus????????????????????????????????????

i think i just got bit &  infected by a Shopping bug!!!

i have to go out everyday and spend money . ON ANYTHING! anything at all! i feel like a transgressor and im being too much, the more gulity i feel, the more shopping i do!!

O Allah what is this?? what have i done!!!!!!!!!!

i couldnt help it. everytime i want to eat, i'll eat out with Fani. it's not like we cant eat at the mahallah cafetaria. it's not like they stop serving wholesome food, WE JUST HAVE TO EAT OUT!!*see, it is contagious, this "bug" bites, and 'infected' me, i infect Fani*

and we spend like ca-razy! on clothes, hijab, makeup,  *thats me..i been craving for DIOR n now im DIOR addict!!!* and  skincare (tho we already have much)   H-E-L-P!!!

i got my sk ii stuff and Dior makeup primer in February, then the shopping spree went on and on and on........... giler!!!!!!!

 i hate myself for this. my money runs out like the pipe water in our kitchen! aku dah pokai la,dah dah la kuar shopping nyerrrr