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i know what's right and what's wrong. i am cheerful and out going. it's hard for me to find the one that i want, but once i find the right person, i won't be able to fall in love again for a long time.


"Do what you love and you'll be good at it. Sounds simple enough. But what if you love reading comics, playing video games and watching korean dramas until your eyes pop out? Is it possible to make a career out of such things? What's the alternative? Spend all your time wishing you were brave enough to take that leap? Don't let fear stop you from doing what you love. Because ultimately, it's about being true to yourself."


Friday, 30 November 2012



Be grateful of what you have and never ask for something which is not yours.

Be thankful for what you have now and don't look back. 
Forget about the past and follow the flow. You'll find happiness by the end of the journey.

Stop asking for someone who doesn't have any feelings towards you to love you coz if you do,
in the end you'll suffer when you found out that the person doesn't actually love you as you expected.

Love someone who can love you back, but don't hate someone who cannot return his/her love to you.

Loving someone if a gift by God. Use it wisely and for the right purpose.

Love comes from the heart, not from the mind. Loving men, they will soon return to Him.
Loving Allah, He shall never leave us forever.

Love is everything to me.
I simply can't live without love.
Love is the reason for human being created.
Love is the reason Islam was introduced.
Love is the reason Muslim ummah united.
Love means Islam.

Allah gave me love.
Prophet Muhammad introduced to me love.
Islam taught me love.

Love is precious.

Thursday, 29 November 2012



Last two days... in Semantics class...

Dr. Subra said, "Students make better teachers, not the other way around."

In the end of his lectures, he concluded that it is very important for the students to ask as many questions as possible to their teachers . This is because their questions somehow make the teachers think and become  more productive.

"If the students don't ask questions to the teachers, the teachers will become stupid. That's why I believe that students make better teachers. It's not the teachers who make better students." He further said.

Hmm... this makes me ponder. Honestly, there are thounsand things going around inside my mind since I made my first step into IIUM. I believe that my level of curiosity about so many things is quite higher than everyone else. There are many things I would like to question about but it's just that I'm not brave enough to ask them to my lecturers. I'm not that brave to say them out loud in the classroom. I haven't the courage to participate in any class dicussions. Because this is what I am. I know that I need to change this attitude but I just can't due to two reasons; first, I think I just can't change this trait and second, perhaps I'm still not ready to become someone else whom I'm not used to be. I just want to be just me, myself.

But I hope any sorts of changes that I'm gonna make withink myself will bring me some positive improvements rather than negatives. May Allah grant this wish.

*Ready for Semantics class.

Luv ya!

Wednesday, 21 November 2012

A short note


I know this is a bit late but to me it's not too late. Because it's just two days away after my birthday.Nothing much to update here actually but there are a few words I would like to share witn you.

But before I come to my birthday things, there's something else I would like to take note here.

Let me begin with my Ling Lit mid-term result. It was suck! I got low marks again for my literature subject. Aiyyoo! I do love literature but I couldn't even score the exam. Although it was just a mid-term test but still it contributes a lot to our final exam later. I feel so dissapointed with myself I think I can hardly express it here. Let just He knows how bad I'm feeling right now. I never thought that I would get that marks but I expected that I would get lower than I targetted. Just imagine... 9/20! What is that? If there's no presentation at all, I'm sure I won't pass the course. Seriously! That's why Dr. Nora told us in class, "Never mind. I don't expect you to write the way I analysed the piece myself but at least I want you to identify and explain what about the things that you found in the text. Why did the writer write the sentence that way... this and that... and don't foreget that you still got one more presentation to work for and you can get earn more marks from it. I'm very sure of it." (Well, she didn't actually say it this way. I just paraphrased it.) After class, I got out from class a bit late than others. As I was packing my stuffs, Dr. Nora called me by my name, as she always does. "Hazimah..." I looked at her with a puppy-eyes face. No words were coming out. Feeling embarrased a of getting low marks for my test, I just give her a small upset grin. I know she was upset with me too but all she said, "Don't worry. You'll be okay. Just do your best for your presentation. Don't let your result demotivate you to struggle more next time. However, 9/20 is not that bad..." Not that bad??? I admit that I did get lower than that before for my other mid-terms but still I'm not satidfied with it. But I just accepted everything she said to me yesterday. We had a small chat before leaving the class. I asked her about her health, about her right eye and she never forget to cheer me up whenever I feel lost in the course. I really hope that I'll improve through my presentation soon. I just want to give my best shot on that day! May Allah bless me and may Dr. Nora never gives up support me to succeed!

Secondly, it's about my birthday. I would like to thank a few people: those people who wished me "Happy Birthday" and I also thank your du'a too, to my sista in Cairo for calling me at a very late hour just to have a 'birthday' chat with me (there were lots of things we discussed about my future... ehem2...), to my mother for giving birth to me, if it wasn't because of her I won't have my birthday just like anybody else, to my usrahmates and  at the same time who are also my companions in QYC board of management, thank you for the surprise that you guys made for me (I never expected they would made such a surprise. I thought they wanted to prank me, butthey didn't. How upset :P) and of course not to forget to all my Muslim brothers, sisters and kids in Gaza who never give up fighting the Israelis defending Islam and AL-Aqsa. I thank you for their struggle and their patience but I just want they know that they're always in my heart and my du'a. One good news for Palestinians, alhamdulillah... finally I've started boycotting some of the Israeilis' products and I'm still struggling to boycott others and continue donate for them. (Previously, I fought against myself to boycott Israelis' products. I questionned so many things about this campaing. But now I found no reason for not to boycott their things. Alhamdulillah... Allah has guided me to the right path...)

That's all.

Pretty boring, isn't it? Yet I have something to write and I pray to Him may I never stop writing out my thoughts so that together we take the ibrah from everything I've experienced in this life.

See you.

Tuesday, 20 November 2012

Puzzle 39: On my birthday


've never thought that I would live
As a perfect human being
With perfect senses
A perfect body
Complete with an innocent soul

'm His creation
'm grateful

'm happy to be born
From my mother's womb
Struggling and striving
With full of spirit and never lose hope 
Letting me out of the darkness
To see all the beauties;
Beauty of the universe
Beauty of the world
Beauty of Islam

Yet there's one thing
If everyone's happy celebrating their birthday
every year
'm not so this year
There are reasons behind this sorrowness

This year
On my birthday
All my family are not here with me
Celebrating it

Happy birthday to me :)

Except my one and only companion: my mother
On my birthday
My Palestine brothers and sisters in Gaza
Are being attacked dreadfully
By the evil malicious Zionists
Almost everyday
'm being given the pictures of their death
Covered with blood, from the head until toe
As my birthday presents
On my birthday
I witnessed people receiving free burger 
From McDonald; the main contributor of the Zionists
On my birthday
I see horrible things
War, blood, enmity, hatred
Every where!

'm delighted to have my mother and my 'sisters'
Making a birthday surprise for me last night
Receiving birthday wishes from others in one single day
've cheered me up
I shall never forget my Muslim brothers and sisters
In Gaza, Syria, Rohingya and every where else
Coz they're always in my heart

On my birthday
Many Muslims are being attacked, killed, tortured
By the dirty hands and souls
I shall never forget what had happened to them
Allah will repay for every single deed of the Zionists
And those who cooperated with them
And I'll make endless dua
May Allah protect their body, soul as well as aqidah

In sha Allah
My birthday:
It is a remembrance


Thursday, 15 November 2012

I Wanna Grow Old With You

This is for you.

Just so you know that,

"I wanna grow old with you."

May Allah bless us.

Thank you for everything.

Love (1)

Love is patient and kind

Love does not envy or boast; 
it is not arrogant or rude. 

It does not insist on its own way; 
it is not irritable or resentful; 
it does not rejoice at wrongdoing, 
but rejoices with the truth. 

Love bears all things, 
believes all things, 
hopes all things, 
endures all things. 

Love never ends. 

As for prophecies, 
they will pass away; 
as for tongues, 
they will cease; 
as for knowledge, 
it will pass away.

(The Bible)

p.s.: One of the love quotes that I favor the most, from The Bible. "Love is never jealous." :')


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