When We Take Things For Granted

Assalamualaikum y'all!
Chill? ;-)

  • The race is on. Vroom! Vroom! Those who want to have passive income, you might want to join Churp Churp! Of course I want to share this with all of you and alhamdulillah so far so good. What you have to do is:
  1.  Sign up with Churp Churp
  2.  Choose any available adverts that you want to share with others (make sure adverts itu halal and tak menonjolkan apa yang tak patut ya =). 
  3. Share the advert(s) on facebook / blog / twitter / any other possible networking sites.
  4. You'll get paid by the number of unique clicks etc.
  • Easy peasy. No?
  • The 2nd race is on right now at/on Churp Churp. To know more about this race, simply click here.
  • I do not want to bebel again in here since the animation in the web is far better and more interesting than these mere words. (Oh ada small racing cars segala! Super cute!)
Impatiently waiting for The Marjans turn to perform. Husband and dearest cousin Mihlyle Afiq. 
  • To take someone or something for granted (to expect someone or something to be always available to serve in some way without thanks or recognition; to value someone or something too lightly. Source: Idioms)
  • There are just people who like to take someone for granted. Using someone for their own good and ditch that person once they have received any form of help from him/her. 
  • If we were to think about these people, hao liao meh! Buat serabut brain, no?
By saying Jazakallah to someone, you are asking Allah to give them more Thawaab so that they may go to heaven. In return, Allah also gives you more Thawaab.


Source: Madressa.net

  • Masha Allah. I found the quoted text above from an akhlak class syllabus for 5 year-old kids! So now you have the answer if your child asks you "Why do we need to say thank you?"
To my superb biological parents, I have no intention at all to take both of you for granted. If you ever feel that I do take you for granted, greatest apology. Thank you for everything and I admit that I still do not know what it feels like to have a stubborn daughter. Love you both.
  • When you are young, you have so many things to let out and say. And you feel like you are the only person who knows what the world should look like. This is when you start to develop the courage to rebel and go against your parents' wishes. From your actions, someone might think and feel that you take him/her for granted. 
  • Therefore I find it crucial for us to always do good to everyone. Instead of just doing it for Allah S.W.T., we might help to terminate/eliminate/negate/ditch negative thoughts about us. Wonderful yeah?
To dearest husband, I would like to apologize to you if you did feel that I took you for granted in last July. I never had the intention to do so. You are the coolest driver and I believe that Allah S.W.T. sent you to drive me to Jannah too. 

  • There are some people who suggested that we should change ourselves before we plan on changing the world. 
  • I strongly believe that we are able to run both concurrently. 
  • If you do not believe me, then lets together try it =)
  • Jangan sampai kita sibuk membetulkan diri sehingga sengaja biar sekeliling di dalam keadaan yang daif dan menghalalkan benda yang haram semata-mata hendak perbaiki diri dahulu. 

Babe, thank you for being such a loving husband. I wish those pebbles in Portsmouth will be a few of the witnesses in Alam Akhirat. Not forgetting the yellow bin =)

Thawab is actually Pahala.
Friday comes after Thursday. 
Hope I am able to see Friday again. 
Insha Allah.

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