Saturday, September 25, 2010

Yesterday ( Friday 24th October , 2010 )

Extra Class , Science

   We went to SMS Pre-School for the LAST Extra Class . We only learned Science . When I first came , I thought I was the only boy there since 6F !!!! girls were outside . They kept on staring at me & talked about something . Then the Aunty / Teacher that worked there came & asked me & the girls to go to the Hall . We studied in the Hall , it was really wide & big . A lot of 6F & 6B came early , like : Amirul , Cindy , Lim Pei Yin , Safiyullah , Razzaq & etc ... Then Fakhruddin said to me : " Alah , Boring ko datang akhir . Kami tadi pusingx2 sekolah , Syiuk . " I was kinda disappointed . Anyways , when T.Jo came, we waited for a few minutes for the late students . I sat closed to Auji , Aisar , Syazwan , Hassanol , Hamizul , Rasyid , Fakhruddin & his ( Fakhruddin's ) friend . We learned the topics of Primary 4 & 5 . They also played throwing paper & tissue during Teahcer taught us , including myself , I also played (x It was Fun . Wasimatul sat beside Nabilah . After awhile later, since Farhan & Azinol was noisy , Teacher asked them to sit in front . So did Rasyid ( He was not noisy , we we're talking to him actually ) . When Break-Time , me & my friends took a few pictures :












   Actually there's a lot more pictures but tired . & So legging . Btw until now I still don't know whose house is this :


   I wonder ... :^) Btw the red & black thing you see was just a reflection of the car . 

Nightmare ( Yesterday Night )

   I don't know if it's a Nightmare for you guys but for me it is . I dreamt about my Grandmother . Actually , I didn't dream at night , I dreamt time Subuh . Anyways , it's really scary & frightening . My dream was : I was with my mother sleeping at my second brother's room . But the room was different , there were no computers & no walls . My mother already went to sleep but I was still awake . When I looked at my room ( Since there was no walls I can see through . & My room was different too , it was dusty , dark , wooden & no roof ) , I saw my Grandmother standing at the window . She wore her blue dress & her Tudung . See the picture below , it's the same dress & tudong she wore in my dream :



   ( That old guy over there is my Dad (x & I know my Grandmother so thin ) Anyways , we looked eye to eye . She showed her sharp teeth at me & her long nails . When I blinked my eyes she was gone . I think the purpose she went into my dream is that she wants me to remember her forever even though now she's gone . 

A Little Bit Of History 

   Btw my Grandmother died last year ... When she died I didn't follow my parents to see her last face . Cause I was busy Tuition-ing . But we did Makan 40 Hari .So that's about it ... (: Ouwh Yea , I think her age is about 88-89 years old .

Thursday, September 23, 2010

Ugama School

   Hate Ugama School today ! But at least there is no al-Quran . Tarikh we do on a piece of paper , Tasauf we learned about Kemaluan & Solat(h) we learned about Khutbah Jumaat . When we we're about to pray ( Sembahyang Asar ) in the Dewan , Salihin ( Last Year went to school at SMS ) & his friend Nuh pinched Hakeem's stomach . Salihin said : " Ouwh ~ Sorry , pikir ku kawan ku . " They both : " Hahahahahahahah !!! " After that , when Salihin saw me he PURPOSELY push my head ! They both laughed again !!! Then I pushed his head backed ! But he just laughed , when I was about to destroy him Rasyid separated us both . -.- ' So Lucky him ! Stupid ! I'm so gonna destroy him next time .

Third Eye

   Third Eye ? Never heard of it , what is it ? Well , the third eye is also call as The Brow Chakra or Ajna Chakra . It is the ability to see Spirits , Ghosts & etc ... I can already see Spirits when I was just like 4 years old . But that time I still don't know about the Third Eye . When I grew up , I found a site " 4ET " . I have a Friend there , we're pretty close but now not really cause now seldom go there already . Anyway , I told my friend about it , then he explained lah that this is the third eye & etc ... I was really excited & shocked . Then I asked , " But how ? " . He answered , " Some people don't realize that they already open up there Third Eye . " Now in school , I realized that Nabilah is starting to see Ghosts & Spirits . I think she already open up her Third Eye . ( Btw , if you don't believe in this things then don't ! ) Every Night I always see Ghosts . I can see more things in the dark & I can also see Auras . So , that's it . Maybe next time I'm gonna post something about me .

Tuesday, September 21, 2010

Aisar's Surprise Party & Ugama School /

  I think his Surprise was well prepared . His cake was a football cake . I brought the drinks , Nabilah brought fork , spoon & plate & someone brought the Mee Teow . It's not exactly his Birthday , it's just that Melody wanted to Celebrate it . I think the purpose of making this Celebration was that last time Melody made Aisar cried , right ? So this is somehow to say : " Sorry " . It was really FUN . We kept on laughing .

UGAMA SCHOOL

   Ugama School was also Fun . Rasyid ' sedekah ' me 50 cents . & he kept on Pinching Hakeem's _ _ _ _ _ . ^.^ When al-Quran time I was at the Dewan with Hakeem cause we're Kumpulan Alif & Ba .  We we're so tired that we had no moon to learn . I was very sleepy that time . & Hakeem slept accidentally slept 5 Minutes + . The girls was not reading . Only a Few . I forced myself to read ! -.-' - End -

Monday, September 20, 2010

Today ( 20th September, 2010 )

   It's been a long time I didn't Blog . " Malas " as usual . I know ! You have to blog everyday , cause that is the purpose of having a blog . ( That's what my Cousin said ) . 

Morning School

   Morning School was kinda Okey . As usual I'm jealous ... I kept talking with Wasi , Mizul & Ikan . ^.^ We kept on laughing too . Bahasa Melayu time we did Revision Paper . Then Maths also we did Revision Paper . As Usual , teacher took IRK / Ugama Time :'( We had to finish until Unit 1 , who finished already did Unit 2 . Break-Time I was kinda Lonely . Wasi was with Nabilah . Rasyid was with Hamizul & Hassanol at the backed . Nabilah asked me to pass by 6E . I was like : " Okey " 0.o When I saw Naqiyyah I pointed at her & waved her . Wasi was like : LolZz . Then I went inside the class to eat . Urrggghhh , ( Hate This Part ) Timothy & Cyril took my food AGAIN . I waited for them ( My Friends ) to come in . English time I talked with Jolie , Mizul & Ikan again . When ICT , I was so Confuse . I wanted to sit with RASYID ! But I knew that he wanted to sit with Hamizul & Hassanol . But they asked Rasyid to sit with me lah . Wasi was like talking somethingx2 ( I forgot ) . I was kinda Happy . But it was Test time ! I got 84% same like Jovial . Melody got 98% . After that we went backed to our Classroom . Before go home time Amirah was talking somethingx2 then I heard the word ' Bragging ' . I was like :" Apa Bragging ? " . Amirah took her Dictionary & lend it to me . I was like :" Ouwh ~ Show Offing " . Then GO HOME .

UGAMA SCHOOL

   I thought it's gonna be a DISASTER . But it turns out Okey . When Break-Time Rasyid talked to me so did Hakeem . Rasyid told me about his GrandFather & etc ... ( Have nothing to talk about anymore ) So that's it . 


TUITION

   I hate Tuition x) When I arrived I saw two girls , which was about the same height . It was my Teacher's Daughters . The other one Lisa kept on looking at me & she was trying to tell me something but I don't understand what she was saying . She kept on Nodding too . I was like : " Okeyx2 " . I didn't realize that Jolie was spying on me when Break-Time -.-' , She told me ... So that's about it .

Saturday, September 11, 2010

Open House

   Hhhmmm , today was kinda okey . Our first guest was my oldest Brother's Close Friend along with his other Friends . My second brother ordered Mc Donald for us ( Me & Him ) to eat . Me & my second brother didn't do much while the others were really Busy . We kept staying on our own rooms , played computer , watched TV & etc ... I thought my Friends would come but none of them came except for GARY YONG ( I know , I didn't expect him to come ) He didn't talk to me cause he was so Shy . He only waved at me . Ouwh , he kept on covering his face 0.o My teacher didn't some too . I was a little bit disappointed & happy cause my friends didn't come ... Syazwan SMS me just now saying that MAYBE he would come to my house on the 5th day of Hari Raya .

   I hate those children that came to my house late ( At Night ) . They broke my nephew's Drum ! >.< ~ I said Pentan , Chi Bai & Stupid to them !!! They disturbed my brother's aquarium !!! Ughhh , they sure made me angry .

   After they left ( Finally ) , my cousins came along with their other cousin's . We say " Hi " & their cousin ( Girl ) kept on staring on me . I told my cousin ( Abang Affan ) about it , he said : " Bukan Gila tu " . I was like " Okey ... " After a few minutes later a Stranger came into my house . All of us were very curious , none of us knew who the Heck They Are ! One old lady & the others are kids & teenagers . After they left we we're like "Bye" . But after my Cousins left , one of my Cousin's cousin's shoes was being stolen by the Strangers ! -.- Waw impressive XD Crazy !

   After that we went to bed ! zzzZZZzzzZZZ ( Change our cloths first lah & took a shower & etc ... )

Friday, September 10, 2010

Selamat Hari Raya Aidilfitri

Selamat Hari Raya Aidilfitri Maaf Zahir Dan Batin





   Selamat Hari Raya to my Friends , Cousins , Relatives , Teachers & etc ... Maaf Zahir Dan Batin . I know that most of us have been waiting for this day to arrive . So here it is ... Sorry guys if I have done anything wrong & for the trouble I cause you guys ='( You surely are the Bestest Friends ever ! More Info About Hari Raya :








Indonesia, Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand, and Brunei

Indonesia comprises the largest Muslim population in the world, so it is very common to see people celebrating Eid in virtually every part of Indonesia. Eid is known in Indonesia as Idul Fitri (or more informally as Lebaran). It is a national holiday, with the exact date determined by local lunar observation. Generally speaking, in the Gregorian calendarIdul Fitri "moves forwards" 11 days per year. For example, in 2009 Idul Fitri occurred on September 21 and 22, while for 2010 it fell on September 10 and 11 with possible variance of two to three days either side.
Additionally, in Indonesia Idul Fitri has a legally mandated salary bonus for all employees, known as Tunjangan Hari Raya (THR) as enforced by Indonesia's Department of Labour, Employment and Society ("Departemen Pengawasan Dinas Tenaga Kerja dan Sosial"). The mandated amount of this salary bonus differs by region. For example, within the Jakarta region the THR bonus must be at least Rp 1 million but not less than one month's full salary paid in advance of Idul Fitri, in addition to the employee's regular salary. Thus, Idul Fitri is also a paid holiday. Breaching or withholding THR is a very serious labour law infraction and punished severely, regardless of employer status or position.
In MalaysiaSingapore, and Brunei, Eid is more commonly known as Hari Raya AidilfitriHari Raya Idul Fitri or Hari Raya PuasaHari Raya, which literally means 'Celebration Day'.
Eid ul-Fitr is the biggest holiday in Indonesia and Brunei; and one of the biggest in Malaysia and Singapore. Shopping malls and bazaars are usually filled with people days ahead of Idul Fitri, which creates a distinctive festive atmosphere throughout the country, along with traffic mayhem. Many banks, government and private offices are closed for the duration of the Lebaran festivities.
In Indonesia, it is common during this period for people to engage in "mudik" activity. It is an annual tradition that people in big cities such asJakartaSurabaya, or elsewhere, travel to their hometowns or other cities to visit relatives, to request forgiveness, or just to celebrate Eid with the whole family. The government of Indonesia has prepared the transportation infrastructures to accommodate a huge amount of travellers by repairing damaged roads and bridges. However, the impact is still tremendous as millions of cars and motorcycles jam the roads and highways, causing kilometres of traffic jams each year.[13]
Additionally, the wealthier classes often "escape" to local hotels, or commonly Singapore and Australia to avoid not having domestic servants, drivers or sometimes, security personnel. Singaporean, Malaysian and Indonesian hotels have been particularly successful marketing lucrative Lebaran or Idul Fitri "escape package".
One of the largest temporary human migrations globally, is the prevailing custom of the Lebaran where workers, particularly unskilled migrants labourers such as maids and construction labourers return to one's home town or city and ask forgiveness from ones' parents, in-laws and elders. This is known as mudikpulang kampung or in Malaysian balik kampung.
The night before Idul Fitri is filled with the sounds of many muezzin chanting the takbir in the mosques or musallahs. In many parts of Indonesia and Malaysia, especially in the rural areas, pelita or panjut or lampu colok (as known by Malay-Singaporeans) (oil lamps, similar to tiki torches) are lit up and placed outside and around homes. Special dishes like ketupatdodollemang (a type of glutinous rice cake cooked in bamboo) and other Indo-Malay (and in the case of Malaysia, also Nyonya) delicacies are served during this day.
The lively or alternatively very emotional devotional music blended with Qur'anic verses associated with Ramadan and Eid - known asKaisidah or more correctly, Qasida - can be heard throughout the country. These are commonly performed by famous musicians, some of whom may be international stars, and televised nationwide.
It is common to greet people with "Selamat Idul Fitri" or "Salam Aidilfitri" or "Selamat Hari Raya"(in Malaysia) which means "Happy Eid". Muslims also greet one another with "mohon maaf lahir dan batin" in Indonesia and "maaf zahir dan batin" in Malaysia, which means "Forgive my physical and emotional (wrongdoings)", because Idul Fitri is not only for celebrations but a time for atonement: to ask for forgiveness for sins which they may have committed but was cleansed as a result of the fasting in the Muslim month of Ramadan.
It is customary for Muslim-Indonesians and Muslim-Malaysians to wear a traditional cultural clothing on Eid ul-Fitr. The Indonesian male outfit is known as baju koko: a collarless long or short-sleeve shirt with traditional embroidered designs with a "kilt" sarung of songketikat or similar woven, plaid-cloth. Alternatively, men may wear either Western-style business suits or more traditional loose-fitting trousers with colour-matched shirts, and either a peci hat or regional cultural headwear and songkok. The Malay variant (worn in Malaysia, Singapore, Brunei, Southern Thailand and parts of Indonesia (particularly in parts of Sumatera and Kalimantan) ) is known as the Baju Melayu, shirt worn with a sarong known as kain samping or songket and a headwear known as songkok.
Traditional female dress is known as kebaya krudung. It consists of, normally, a loose-fitting blouse (which may be enhanced with brocadeand embroidery), a long skirt both of which may be batik, or the sarung skirt made of batik, ikat or songket and either the jilbab (hijab) or its variant the stiffened krudung. Malaysian clothing is referred to as Baju Kurung and baju kebaya. It is a common practice however for the Muslim-Malaysians in Singapore to refer to the baju kurung in reference to the type of outfit, worn by men. It should be noted this term is not used in Indonesia, as it is an example of humorous poor translation between Malaysian and Indonesian dialects, as kurung means a cage, parentheses, or a sack, depending on the context.
For non-Austronesian Muslims, or even non-Muslims they may don costumes of their respective culture and tradition, or wear Islamic clothesto show respect to their relatives' or friends' differing religious beliefs for the occasion. This is particularly common in Indonesia, where many families have close friends or relatives of differing faiths, namely Catholic, some Protestant and Muslim.
Once the prayer is completed, it is common for many Muslims in both Indonesia and Malaysia to visit the graves of loved ones. During this visit, they will clean the grave, recite Ya-Seen, a chapter (sura) from the Qur'an and also perform the tahlil ceremony. All these are done as a means to ask God to forgive both the dead and the living for their sins.
The Javanese majority of Indonesia are known for their pre-Islamic Kejawen traditions of washing the headstone using scented water from the traditional terracotta water-jug, the kendi, and sprinkling hyacinth and jasmine over the graves.
In Indonesia there is a special ritual called halal bi-halal. During this, Muslim-Indonesians visit their elders, in the family, the neighbourhood, or their work, and show respect to them. They will also seek reconciliation (if needed), and preserve or restore harmonious relations.[14]
The rest of the day is spent visiting relatives or serving visitors. Idul Fitri is a very joyous day for children as the adults give them money. They also celebrate by lighting traditional bamboo cannon firecrackers known as meriam bambu Ramadhan, using kerosene in large hollowbamboo tubes or Chinese imported crackers. The traditional bamboo cannon, meriam bambu are notoriously loud and can be very dangerous to operator, bystander and even nearby buildings.
These are usually bamboo tubes 5–10 cm (2.0–3.9 in) in diameter and 4–7 m (13–23 ft) long, filled with either: water and several hundred grams of calcium carbide, or heated kerosene, then ignited by match.
Celebrating with firecrackers in the early morning during Ramadan is now banned in many areas - though many rascals evade the law and disturb the neighbourhood.[citation needed]
In Malaysia, children will be given token sums of money, also known as "duit raya" (literally "celebration money"), from their parents or elders.[15][16]

Thursday, September 9, 2010

Just now at Seria / KB

   Okey , first of all, me & my dad were going to picked-up my brother at Seria . We departed from home around 12:45pm - 1.00pm . On our way there , it was very SUNNY + HOT . I read my " True Singapore Story Book " #4 . ( Since my other TSSB my Friends borrow ) . BELIEVE me , you don't want to follow if my Dad is driving the car ... Anyway , before my brother arrived , we're supposed to visit my Mother's Sister with her Husband & my popo near the street . As usual my Mother's Sister baked for me a Chocolate Cake . They also gave us kuih , fruits , chocolates & biscuits . After my dad had a long talked with them , it's time to waved & said : Good Bye . ( Btw before they left , her Husband showed us a " Golden Snail " in the river ) . 


   My dad then drove to the place where we took my brother . Before that , we went out & looked at the sea for Fish . My dad sensed that it's gonna rained & he's right . It started to rained & we were both wet . After my brother had arrived , my dad drove to a Patrol Station . 





??? STRANGE , CREEPY , WEIRD , TWINS , TRIPLETS ???


   When we were there , I saw a guy . He looked very Familiar to me as if we had ever met . When I looked closely , it was one of the Teacher at my Tuition ( Annoying Chinese Guy Teacher ) .  He wore the Shell T-Shirt . In my mind I was like " Huh ??? Cemana boleh ya keraja shell ani ? Bukannya ia Cikgu kan ? " Questions ! When we went inside the building , we looked eye to eye . He kept on staring at me as if he knew who I am , I pretended to not know him . After that my dad started to drive again . On the way home ! Up the bridge I saw a pale-blue colored car passing by . Guess what !? It was the same guy !!!! He was wearing a Shell T-shirt too . The guy in the Patrol Station , his car was black . I was so FREAKED OUT O.O No more words coming out from my mouth until a few minutes later . Then we arrived at my House ^.^ Uhhh , are the guys that I saw were Triplets ? 1 working at my Tuition while 2 worked at Seria ??? Strange , Creepy , Weird .

Wednesday, September 8, 2010

Pisces


Pisces (astrology)


Pisces () is the twelfth astrological sign in the Zodiac, which originates from the Pisces constellation. In western astrology this sign is no longer aligned with the constellation because of the precession of the equinoxes. In astrology, Pisces is considered a "feminine", negative (introvert) sign.
It is also considered a water sign and one of the four mutable signs. (Mutable signs have a longing for movement and are extremely restless. Pisces is the most watery sign. It is constantly trying to adapt itself to its ever-changing feelings and to the moods and whims of others.)
Pisces has been traditionally ruled by the planet Jupiter, but since its discovery, Neptune has been considered a modern ruler of this sign. Being the twelfth sign, Pisces is associated with the astrological twelfth house.
Individuals born when the Sun was in this sign are considered Pisceans. Under the tropical zodiac, the Sun is in Pisces roughly from February 18 to March 20, ending on the moment of vernal equinox by definition. Under the sidereal zodiac, it is currently there roughly from March 15 to April 13.

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[edit]Mythology

According to one Greek myth, Pisces represents the fish into which Aphrodite and her son Erostransformed in order to escape the fire god Typhon; they are tied together with a cord on their tails, to make sure they do not lose one another.[6] Alternatively, the twin fish were placed in the heavens in honor of their heroic deed of saving Aphrodite and Eros from Typhon on the riverEuphrates. There is also much variety in body structure, life patterns and habitats of species that belong to the same class.

[edit]Compatibilities

Generally, the Pisces sign are considered to be compatible with other water signs such as,CancerScorpio and other Pisces. Also the earth sign (astrology) Capricorn and Air sign is Libraruled by Venus[2] These signs share a watery demeanor and are believed to relate with each other on that merit.

Pisces.svg
Zodiac SymbolFish
Duration (Tropical,Western)18 February – 20 March (2010, UTC)
Duration (Sidereal,Hindu)[1]15 March – 8 April (2010, UTC)
ConstellationPisces
Zodiac ElementWater
Zodiac QualityMutable
DomicileNeptune(day) ,Jupiter(night)
DetrimentMercury
ExaltationVenus
FallMercury



Aquarius


Aquarius (astrology)


Aquarius ()(GreekΥδρόχοος) is the eleventh astrological sign in the Zodiac, originating from the constellation Aquarius. In western astrology, the sign is no longer aligned with the constellation as a result of the precession of the equinoxes. In astrology, Aquarius is considered a "masculine", positive (extrovert) sign. It is also considered an air sign and is one of four fixed signs.[3] Aquarius has been traditionally ruled by the planet Saturn, and, since its discovery,Uranus has been considered a modern ruler of this sign. Being the eleventh sign of the zodiac, Aquarius is associated with the astrological eleventh house.
Individuals born when the Sun was in this sign are considered Aquarius individuals. Under thetropical zodiac, the Sun is in Aquarius roughly from January 20 to about February 17. Under thesidereal zodiac, it is currently there roughly from February 13 to March 14.

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Aquarius is sometimes identified with Ganymede, a beautiful youth in Greek mythology with whom Zeus fell in love and, in the disguise of an eagle (represented by the constellation Aquila) carried off to Olympus to be cup-bearer to the gods. Aquarius has also been identified as the pourer of the waters that flooded the Earth in the ancient Greek version of the Great Flood myth. As such, the constellation Eridanus the river is sometimes identified as a river being poured by Aquarius.
Aquarius may also, together with the constellation Pegasus, be part of the origin of the myth of the Mares of Diomedes[citation needed], which forms one of The Twelve Labours of Heracles. Its association with pouring out rivers, and the nearby constellation of Capricornus, may be the source of the myth of the Augean stable, which forms another of the labours.

[edit]Compatibilities

Generally, Aquarius sign are considered to be compatible with other signs such as, GeminiLibraAriesSagittarius and other Aquarius.[4]These signs share an airy demeanor and are believed to relate with each other on that merit.
There are many variables that determine compatibility in astrology, such as birth dates, birth months, birth years, position of a sign within the Sun, the Moon, Stars, etc. The signs listed as compatible with Aquarius do not reflect an 'individual profile' or individual reading as interpreted within astrology, but rather reflect a general guideline and reference to compatibility as dictated by variables such as Qualities and Elements within the Zodiac.[4] The branch of astrology dealing with interpersonal compatibilities is called Synastry.

Aquarius
Aquarius.svg
Zodiac SymbolWater Carrier
Duration (Tropical,Western)20 January – 18 February (2010, UTC)
Duration (Sidereal,Hindu)[1]12 February – 7 March (2010, UTC)
ConstellationAquarius
Zodiac Element(Color= Rich Purple)
Zodiac QualityFixed[2]
DomicileUranus (day)Saturn (night)
DetrimentSun
ExaltationMercury (modern),Neptune (modern)
FallPluto (modern)