Friday, April 27, 2012

VACAY2012... please call me....

sob sob... i will miss to have VACAY2012 this year... but i am glad for the reason of not having it abroad *at least* yes its a hint ye to hubby to have at least one domestic end of the year~ please please... i really seriously need it coz i already feel the workload pressure *its really killing me... grrrrr* , the delivery moment, the confinement zone, the the the the... haiya to many maaa~~~~

yesterday my fren flew to france for a week, next week another one will be going to NZ, then followed by another fren to Sydney, and the UK too.. and and and and and... haiya to many maa~~~ i can just give advice but i cannot foloooooo

and to be honest, i cannot pon travel far starting like now and cannot also travel too long end of this year. well... i just dont like to travel during cuti sekolah!! packed, jammed, crowded~~~ we dont know what to expect yet after july but i am hoping for the very very best. Allah Maha Mengetahui lagi Maha Mengasihi. can i request something from you guys? doakan saya dgn ikhlas...

"Ya Allah, sesungguhnya engkau yang Maha Mengetahui apa yang terbaik buat hana.basri. Aku bermohon agar engkau permudahkan segala yg terbaik untuk dirinya"


Thursday, April 19, 2012

new gadget yg memanggil-manggil..... *hurm*

i came across this new gadget this morning

and its memanggil-manggil diriku ini.... *adoi*

Wednesday, April 18, 2012

AKPK.. thumbs up~!

today we had a talk on financial management conducted by AKPK. they call this talk as POWER talk. since its a free talk that myCompany offered once a month *apart than other talk.. business, engineering, marketing etc* so we ols pon enroll for this one. my first impression was.. 

"alamak.. 2 hours talk ke....."

expecting it to be just-a-normal-talk and planned to leave early. as it started, starting je dah very very impact~ful. sbb.... speaker nye was very very excellent!!! i would give her rating 5 *the bomb gitu...*

who is AKPK?

The Credit Counselling and Debt Management Agency, or commonly known as Agensi Kaunseling dan Pengurusan Kredit (AKPK), is an agency set up by Bank Negara Malaysia in April 2006 to help individuals take control of their financial situation and gain peace of mind that comes from the wise use of credit.
AKPK offers the following services to individuals, free of charge:
  • Financial education on the responsible use of money and credit management skills
  • Counselling and advice on financial management
  • Debt management programme to assist consumers to regain financial control

so basically we can always go n meet them for any financial advice. anything u ols~!!! except how many credit card u ols nk apply la kan... *wink* they conducted a free talk/seminar etc. so rajin2 lah click kat website dorang n search for when-where its being conducted. 

we also bought this POWER book. for me, its a basic financial management knowlegde..... but the price is sooo cheap RM5 only ye... its a full colour printed book with a high quality paper *glossy one*

so drop by at AKPK and learn how to manage ur money wisely

Thursday, April 12, 2012

i bought THIS book today


menarik jugak ye if ada twin.....

Friday, April 6, 2012

fairy's new addiction

my princess Qistina has now become a...

fairy princess
i guess after princess world has slowly fly away~~

and her new addiction now is

wearing blusher and lipbalm
almost every time~!!!

it funny to see her back n forth every less-than-5-mins to reapply it. i wonder how she will deal with her baby sisters nnt!!!! *wink*

Thursday, April 5, 2012

a successful Marriage - the missing link

i came across this article from a fren of mine. its quite lengthy but the explanation shows the basic of what Islam told us... give respect to a husband, give love to a wife. its true enough.. and tolerance and patient is the key to it. keep on reading and you will understand *wink*

“And among His signs is that He created for you mates from among yourselves that you may dwell in tranquility with them, and He has put love and mercy between you; verily, in that are signs for people who reflect.” (Qur’an, 30:21)
We’ve all read this verse on countless marriage announcements. But how many have actualized it? How many of our marriages really embody that love and mercy described by Allah? What is going wrong when so many of our marriages are ending in divorce?
According to Dr. Emerson Eggerichs, author of Love & Respect: The Love She Most Desires; The Respect He Desperately Needs, the answer is simple. In his book, Eggerichs explains that extensive research has found that a man’s primary need is for respect, while a woman’s primary need is for love. He describes what he calls the “crazy cycle”—the pattern of argumentation that results when the wife does not show respect and the husband does not show love. He explains how the two reinforce and cause one another.  In other words, when a wife feels that her husband is acting unloving, she often reacts with disrespect, which in turn makes the husband act even more unloving.
Eggerichs argues that the solution to the “crazy cycle” is for the wife to show unconditional respect to her husband and for the husband to show unconditional love to his wife.  This means that a wife should not say that first her husband must be loving before she will show him respect.  By doing so, she will only bring about more unloving behavior.  And a husband should not say that first his wife must be respectful before he will show her love.  By doing so, he will only bring about more disrespectful behavior. The two must be unconditional.
When I reflected on this concept, I realized that looking at the Qur’an and prophetic wisdom, there are no two concepts more stressed with regards to the marital relationship.
To men, the Prophet ﷺ said,
“Take good care of women, for they were created from a bent rib, and the most curved part of it is its top; if you try to straighten it, you will break it, and if you leave it, it will remain arched, so take good care of women.” (Bukhari & Muslim)
He has further stressed: “The most perfect believer in the matter of faith is one who has excellent behavior; and the best among you are those who behave best towards their wives.” (Al-Tirmidhi)
The Prophet ﷺ has also said, “A believing man should not hate a believing woman; if he dislikes one of her characteristics, he will be pleased with another.” (Muslim)
Allah says:
“…Live with them in kindness. For if you dislike them – perhaps you dislike a thing and Allah makes therein much good.” (Qur’an, 4:19)
In these jewels of wisdom, men are urged to be kind and loving towards their wives. Moreover, they are urged to overlook their wife’s faults when showing that kindness and love.
On the other hand, when addressing the wife, the focus is different.  Why are women not told again and again to be kind and loving towards their husbands? Perhaps it is because unconditional love already comes naturally to women. Few men complain that their wives do not love them. But many complain that their wives do not respect them. And it is this sentiment which is most stressed in the Qur’an and sunnah, with regards to wives.
Respect can be manifest in a number of ways. One of the most important ways to show respect is the respect of one’s wishes. When someone says, “I respect your advice,” they mean “I will follow your advice.” Respecting a leader, means doing what they say. Respecting our parents means not going against their wishes. And respecting one’s husband means respecting his wishes. The Prophet ﷺ has said: “When any woman prays her five, fasts her month, guards her body and obeys her husband, it is said to her: ‘Enter paradise from whichever of its doors you wish.’” [At-Tirmidhi]
Why are we as women told to respect and follow the wishes of our husbands? It is because men are given an extra degree of responsibility. Allah says: “Men are the protectors and maintainers [qawwamun] of women, because Allah has given the one more [strength] than the other, and because they support them from their means . . .” (Qur’an, 4:34)
But won’t this unconditional respect towards one’s husband put us, as women, in a weak, submissive position? Won’t we set ourselves up to be taken advantage of and abused? Quite the contrary. The Quran, the prophetic example, and even contemporary research have proven the exact opposite. The more respect a woman shows her husband, the more love and kindness he will show her. And in fact, the more disrespect she shows, the more harsh and unloving he becomes.
Similarly, a man may question why he should show kindness and love towards even a disrespectful wife. To answer this question, one only needs to look at the example of Omar Ibn ul-Khattab. When a man came to Omar (who was Khalifah at the time) to complain of his wife, he heard Omar’s own wife yelling at him. While the man turned to leave, Omar called him back. The man told Omar that he had come to complain of the same problem that Omar himself had. To this Omar replied that his wife tolerated him, washed his clothes, cleaned his home, made him comfortable, and took care of his children. If she did all of this for him, how could he not tolerate her when she raised her voice?
This story provides a beautiful example for all of us—not only for the men. This story is a priceless illustration of tolerance and patience, which is essential for any successful marriage. Moreover, consider the reward in the hereafter for those who show patience: Allah says, “Only those who are patient shall receive their reward in full without reckoning (or measure).” (Qur’an, 39:10)

Tuesday, April 3, 2012

...and yes, i miss VACAY2012....

since keadaan this year tidak mengizinkan, i still have some plan for VACAY2012 in my head *only* i wish.. i really wish we can make it before May tapi..... tak sempat kot..... i always have this places running around my imagination....

aurora borealis, Norway

St Petersburg, Russia

blooming sakura, Japan

Jeju Island, Korea

and many mooooreeee......!!! han, i know u r reading this *wink* boley tak plan for Nov/Dec ke....? *hukhuk* domestic pon ok jugeyyyyyy.... janji holiday!!!

*all pix from google, credit to owner*

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