Sunday, June 6, 2010

How to Scare Israel and its Associate

Always see life positively, no matter how bad it can be. There is always a good side of everything. But then again, some may say; What about Israel’s cruelty towards the Palestinians? Is there anything positive about that? Well, the great thing about life is that there is always a positive side of everything and really I mean everything.

At first I didn’t see it. But it’s true after all, that we can still be positive with all this cruelty around. How is that possible? Think about this. What scares Israel the most? Is it our anger? Our rage? Our weapons? The more I read about Israel’s doings the more I am convinced these people will stop at nothing! How do we fight evil? By doing evil? No, of course not. We fight it with good. That’s how Superman, Batman and even what the PowerPuff Girls do right?

Is it enough that we voice out our rage and anger, at the same time still do things that will make Israel happy? And what makes Israel happy is seeing us being more and more immoral every day. Why? Well, because that’s who they are, immoral people, and they want people to keep supporting them. What scares them are not weapons, they have that, our voice? To think they actually care? Come on, that’s not it… what will really scare them is the sight that people is leaving the disco to go to the mosque, leaving the alcohol to live a healthy life, leaving the music to hear the Quran, leaving worthless gossips to talk about improving iman, leaving McD and KFC and to eat halalun toyyibah foods, leaving the immoral people to get along with the good one…

What they are scared of is the sight of them, being left out; no more people are with them, supporting their cruelty, doing what they do every day. It’s the sight of their hard work to make more people become immoral faint into dust as they kill another life at Palestine. It’s the feel that whatever bad they are doing, we are becoming more religious, stronger, more loving and more caring, we are becoming better! Israel Zionist and their associate, America had been living all these time trying to make us live an immoral life, a life full of lies, hatred, fun with no boundaries, and doing worthless things. Well guess what, while our brothers and sisters at Palestine fight them with stones and homemade bombs, we are here in our own land destroying their influence on ourselves and the people around us. All over the world, right now, more and more people had rise to destroy them at every aspect of their evilness that they have created! More and more people are realizing that the only way to scare them is to become the kind of people that they are scared the most, the ones that will do anything to become good and leave their way of life….
Boycott them!

Now, the term “doing bad” is no more, let’s change it to “doing what Israel do”. So when we think about doing anything that is against what that is good and constructive, remember, that is what Israel wants. Yes, apparently I am taking these people to the level same to those of the satans, that live just to create evilness on earth. What can I say; they do deserve that title after all.

So if we are really serious in helping our Palestinians brothers and sisters, it’s okay if we cannot raise an M-15 rifle to shot them through their heads, we have this, our good attributes, our way of life, Islam! Did you know, most of the immoral things we do now are actually rooted from their teachings? And the reason for them to insist on creating their own country is to make sure that earth will be filled with immoral people just like them. So to really fight them is to tackle them by their root, their first intention and main objective in life, which is to destroy the muslims way of life and all things that is good. What we must focus now is to support more and more goodness on earth, living the life of a true muslims and destroy more and more immoralities to make sure they will die because the extinction of their supporters, their lifeline…

So what can I say to the Zionist? Hey, ‘good job’, guess what, now that you have made us angry, we will become your worst nightmare… the longer you hurt our brothers and sisters in Palestine, the smarter we become, the stronger we become, more and more of us are becoming CLOSER TO ALLAH!!! Do you think that the more you become evil, the more we will bow down?? NEVER! The more lives you kill the more doa we recite, the more prayers we do…Just in case you never knew about history, the strongest of muslims is when they are closer to Allah. So watch us now as we throw away what you love the most, your worthless music, your worthless movies, your singing and dancing, your sexual life, your immoralities, your way of clothing, your food, your words and all that you want us to do… we will not bow down, and we will spread this message to everyone around us, because we know, all of them also hate you that very much, we will make them seem that all things BAD is YOU ISRAEL, and all things GOOD is what will KILL YOU!

“Sekali-kali tidak redha orang Yahudi dan Nasrani sehingga kamu mengikut millah (cara hidup) mereka.”

ISRAEL!! You will find that whatever good we do right now, we are doing it because we HATE YOU ISRAEL!! Know this! This anger that you cause is what will burn the flames of IMAN and TAQWA inside us! Because now more and more people have come to know, only by getting CLOSER to ALLAH, such a stubborn enemy like you will go down!

I urge everyone reading this to SPREAD this wave of destruction and lets DESTROY them right where we now

Saturday, June 5, 2010

The Art of Giving advice...

“be so busy improving yourself that you have no time to criticize others”

At first, I thought the hidden meaning of this quote is not to criticize others since we, ourselves also have deficiencies. But is it okay just because we are not perfect we should stop giving advice? Okay, so criticizing is different from giving advice. But most of the time, when we give advice, how can we tell that the other person doesn’t take it as a criticism? The one who is talking would say, I am giving an advice but the one who is listening would sometimes say that they are criticizing. So what about the term “notice”? In Malay we use the popular term, “menegur kesilapan”.

It’s true, how the people perceive our advice or notice depends on how we deliver it. Usually we give notice or advices to people when we feel that their doings pose a problem to ourselves or maybe can give negative effects towards the people around. Honestly, I don’t really like giving advices or notices to people. Maybe it’s because I am not good with negative words (hohoho…).

Giving advices is also important when we feel that the other person should improve on a certain negative values that they own. Most of the time when we give advices or notices, our intention is that so that the other person can improve themselves and become a better person. But how can we deliver it so that they can perceive it so well and absorb it so naturally they will not have even the most superficial of wounds in their hearts?

To tell you the truth, the only One that can give advice or notices so well, that nobody can do it better, softer, harder, clearer, is none other than Allah. But that doesn’t mean we don’t need to do anything to help others to improve themselves. What I’m trying to focus here is giving advices or notices to the people we love without hurting them.  There is another degree of giving advice if we want to pass it to a mass of people.

But it is harder to give advice to our close friends or family members that sometimes can be hurt by our criticism. But then again, “be so busy improving, no time for criticizing”… so how do we help them improve by not criticizing, not judging, and not pointing out the negative part? One tip Kak Nabilah told me. Sometimes, it’s not necessary that we point out what is wrong and what is right, but the key to make them realize that they should change should arise from the inside of their hearts. It is more important that we make them understand and feel the need to improve rather than straight away saying that they should change. The key is to implement the fear to Allah, the love towards Allah, the love towards going to heaven and the love of all things good. Make them see the beauty of what is good rather than showing them the ugliness of what the bad things they are doing now. Otherwise, make them feel the fear of doing bad in general, but this should be done in a very creative manner.

Everything that we wish to make others to improve on themselves must be based on the fact that the improvement is that so that Allah will be more pleased with us, not base solely on our individual needs of comfort. When we want others to change for our comfort, it is not likely that Allah’s message will pass through them and it is likely that we are selfish to do so.

So rather than saying, “you should be more punctual at work, if not other people’s work will be affected” why not say “Coming early is great, we have time to settle down, reflect before starting work, and pray that whatever we do will be blessed by Allah. I found that every time I came early for my work I feel happier and guided by Allah. It’s such a great feeling! :D”.

Did you notice? Not only that the words used are all happy words, with no criticism, but at the same time, when we say something good, when we affirm, it’s a like a seed that will grow a beautiful flower. If we have something good that we do, we should always affirm it so that the mind remembers and will express it frequently. If we don’t say it, we are denying it, our mind will not take the good things we do seriously, and therefore we usually will forget about it and will not express it regularly. That’s why it is important to always see the positive side of everything in order to always be able to express happiness in life.

So we are advising by not criticizing, at the same time improving! So its true after all, “be so busy improving that we have not time to criticisize”. There is more than one way to skin a cat right? So why not take a softer and more positive way to do it. It will truly be a win-win situation.