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How Big Are You? An Amazing Presentation

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Now, this is really fascinating. This image shows the size of Earth compared to some other planets in our solar system.



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The image below shows Earth compared to some of the larger planets in our solar system. Look how small we are compared to Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus and Neptune! About 1,400 Earths can fit inside the Jupiter.



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The image below shows the sizes of the huge planets compared to the Sun. There is no comparison! The huge Jupiter looks tiny compared to the Sun. About 980 Jupiters can fit inside the Sun.



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Now going beyond our solar system, it's a big universe. Look how tiny the sun is compared to some other stars.



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Finally, the huge stars above is tiny compared to the stars shown below! The Sun is only 1 pixel in size in the image below. Subhan Allah.



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ANTARES IS THE 15TH BRIGHTEST STAR IN THE SKY. IT IS MORE THAN 1000 LIGHT YEARS AWAY.



HUMBLING, ISN'T IT?



NOW HOW BIG ARE YOU?



AND HOW BIG ARE THE THINGS THAT UPSET YOU TODAY



KEEP LIFE IN PERSPECTIVE.



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* Asma ul Husna 99 names of Allah by Hisham Abbas
* 99 names of Allah nasheed by Kamal Uddin
* 99 names by Qari Mohammad Saley



"Allah! there is no god but He! To Him belongs the Most Beautiful Names." (Qur'an 20:8)


1. Ar-Rahman

* The One who has plenty of mercy for the believers and the blasphemers in this world and especially for the believers in the hereafter.
* The Most Merciful


2. Ar-Rahim

* The One who has plenty of mercy for the believers.
* The most Compassionate


3. Al-Malik

* The One with the complete Dominion, the One Whose Dominion is clear from imperfection.
* The King, the Monarch


4. Al-Quddus

* The One who is pure from any imperfection and clear from children and adversaries.
* The Holy one


5. As-Salam

* The One who is free from every imperfection.
* The Peace, The Tranquility


6. Al-Mu'min

* The One who witnessed for Himself that no one is God but Him. And He witnessed for His believers that they are truthful in their belief that no one is God but Him.
* The One with Faith
* The Faithful, The Trusted


7. Al-Muhaymin

* The One who witnesses the saying and deeds of His creatures.
* The Protector
* The vigilant, the controller


8. Al-'Aziz

* The Defeater who is not defeated.
* The Mighty
* The Almighty, the powerful


9. Al-Jabbar

* The One that nothing happens in His Dominion except that which He willed.
* The all Compelling


10. Al-Mutakabbir

* The One who is clear from the attributes of the creatures and from resembling them.
* The Haughty, the Majestic
* The Imperious


11. Al-Khaliq

* The One who brings everything from non-existence to existence.
* The Creator, the Maker


12.Al-Bari'

* The Creator who has the Power to turn the entities.
* The Artificer, the Creator


13.Al-Musawwir

* The One who forms His creatures in different pictures.
* The Fashioner
* The Organizer, the Designer


14.Al-Ghaffar

* The One who forgives the sins of His slaves time and time again.
* The Forgiving, the Forgiver


15.Al-Qahhar

* The Subduer who has the perfect Power and is not unable over anything.
* The Almighty, the Dominant


16.Al-Wahhab

* The One who is Generous in giving plenty without any return.
* The Donor, the Bestower


17. Ar-Razzaq

* The Provider, the Sustainer


18. Al-Fattah

* The One who opens for His slaves the closed worldly and religious matters.
* The Opener, the Revealer


19. Al-'Alim

* The Knowledgeable; The One nothing is absent from His knowledge.
* The all Knowing, the Omniscient


20. Al-Qabid

* The One who constricts the sustenance.
* The Contractor, The Restrainer, the Recipient.


21. Al-Basit

* The One who expands and widens.
* The Expander, He who expands


22. Al-Khafid

* The One who lowers whoever He willed by His Destruction.
* The Abaser, the Humbler


23. Ar-Rafi'

* The One who raises whoever He willed by His Endowment.
* The Raiser, the Exalter


24. Al-Mu'iz

* He gives esteem to whoever He willed, hence there is no one to degrade Him;
* The Honorer, the Exalter


25. Al-Muzil

* Degrades whoever he willed, hence there is no one to give him esteem.
* The Abaser, the Degrader, the Subduer


26. As-Sami'

* The One who Hears all things that are heard by His Eternal Hearing without an ear, instrument or organ.
* The Hearer, The All hearing, all knowing.


27. Al-Basir

* The One who Sees all things that are seen by His Eternal Seeing without a pupil or any other instrument.
* The Seer, The discerning, the All seeing.


28. Al-Hakam

* He is the Ruler and His judgment is His Word.
* The arbitrator, the Judge


29. Al-'Adl

* The One who is entitled to do what He does.
* The justice, the equitable. The Just.


30. Al-Latif

* The Most Gentle, the Gracious.
* The One who is kind


31. Al-Khabir

* The One who knows the truth of things.
* The Aware. The Sagacious, one is who is aware.


32. Al-Halim

* The One who delays the punishment for those who deserve it and then He might forgive them.
* The Gentle. The most patient, the Clement.


33. Al-'Azim

* The One deserving the attributes of Exaltment, Glory, Extolment, and Purity from all imperfection.
* The Great, Mighty


34. Al-Ghafoor

* The One who forgives a lot.
* The Forgiving, the Pardoner.


35. Ash-Shakur

* The One who gives a lot of reward for a little obedience.
* The Grateful, the Thankful


36. Al-'Ali

* The One who is clear from the attributes of the creatures.
* The most high, the exalted.


37. Al-Kabir

* The One who is greater than everything in status.
* The great, the big.


38. Al-Hafiz

* The One who protects whatever and whoever He willed to protect.
* The Guardian, the preserver.


39. Al-Muqit

* The One who has the Power.
* The maintainer, The Nourisher


40. Al-Hasib

* The One who gives the satisfaction.
* The noble, The Reckoner


41. Aj-Jalil

* The One who is attributed with greatness of Power and Glory of status.
* The Majestic. The honorable, the exalted.


42. Al-Karim

* The One who is clear from abjectness.
* The most generous, the Bountiful.


43. Ar-Raqib

* The One that nothing is absent from Him. Hence it's meaning is related to the attribute of Knowledge.
* The Guardian, the watchful. Watcher.


44. Al-Mujib

* The One who answers the one in need if he asks Him and rescues the yearner if he calls upon Him.
* The Responder. The respondent, one who answers.


45. Al-Wasi'

* The Englober. The enricher, the Omnipresent, the Knowledgeable.


46. Al-Hakim

* The One who is correct in His doings.
* The most Wise, the Judicious.


47. Al-Wadud

* The Affectionate, the Loving.


48. Al-Majid

* The One who is with perfect Power, High Status, Compassion, Generosity and Kindness.
* The Glorious, the exalted.


49. Al-Ba'ith

* The One who resurrects for reward and/or punishment.
* The Resurrector, the Raiser from death.


50. Ash-Shahid

* The One who nothing is absent from Him.
* The Witness


51. Al-Haqq

* The One who truly exists.
* The Truth, the Just.


52. Al-Wakil

* The One who gives the satisfaction and is relied upon.
* The Guardian, the Trustee


53. Al-Qawee

* The One with the complete Power.
* The powerful, the Almighty, The Strong


54. Al-Matin

* The One with extreme Power which is un-interrupted and He does not get tired.
* The Strong, the Firm


55. Al-Walee

* The Supporter, the Friend, the Defender the master.


56. Al-Hamid

* The praised One who deserves to be praised.
* The Praiseworthy , the Commendable


57. Al-Muhsi

* The One who the count of things are known to him.
* The Counter


58. Al-Mubdi'

* The One who started the human being. That is, He created him.
* The Beginner, the Creator, The Originator


59. Al-Mu'eed

* The One who brings back the creatures after death.
* The Restorer, the Resurrector.


60. Al-Muhyee

* The One who took out a living human from semen that does not have a soul. He gives life by giving the souls back to the worn out bodies on the resurrection day and He makes the hearts alive by the light of knowledge.
* The Bestower, the Life Giver.


61. Al-Mumeet

* The One who renders the living dead.
* The Bringer of Death. The Death Giver.


62. Al-Hayy

* The One attributed with a life that is unlike our life and is not that of a combination of soul, flesh or blood.
* The Living. The Alive, the ever living.


63. Al-Qayyum

* The One who remains and does not end.
* The Self-Subsistent, The Eternal, the Self Sustaining.


64. Al-Wajid

* The Rich who is never poor. Al-Wajd is Richness.
* The all perceiving, the Opulent, the Finder.


65. Al-Wahid

* The One without a partner.
* The One, the Unique.


66. Al-Majid

* The One who is Majid.
* The Noble, the illustrious.


67. Al-Ahad

* The only, the Unique.


68. As-Samad

* The Master who is relied upon in matters and reverted to in ones needs.
* The Perfect, the Eternal.


69. Al-Qadir

* The One attributed with Power.
* The Able, the Capable, the Omnipotent.


70. Al-Muqtadir

* The One with the perfect Power that nothing is withheld from Him.
* The Capable, The all Powerful


71. Al-Muqaddim

* He makes ahead what He wills.
* The Presenter, The Advancer, The Expediter


72. Al-Mu'akhkhir

* The One who delays what He wills.
* The Fulfiller, the keeper behind, The Deferrer


73. Al-'Awwal

* The One whose Existence is without a beginning.
* The First


74. Al-'Akhir

* The One whose Existence is without an end.
* The Last


75. Az-Zahir

* The Apparent, the Exterior, The Manifest
* The One that nothing is above Him and nothing is underneath Him, hence He exists without a place.


76. Al-Batin

* The Hidden, the Interior, the Latent


77. Al-Wali

* The One who owns things and manages them.
* The Governor, The Ruler, The Master


78. Al-Muta'ali

* The One who is clear from the attributes of the creation.
* The Exalted, The most high, one above reproach.


79. Al-Barr

* The One who is kind to His creatures, who covered them with His sustenance and specified whoever He willed among them by His support, protection, and special mercy.
* The Benefactor, The Beneficent, the Pious.


80. At-Tawwab

* The One who grants repentance to whoever He willed among His creatures and accepts his repentance.
* The Acceptor of Repentance, The Forgiver, the Relenting.


81. Al-Muntaqim

* The One who victoriously prevails over His enemies and punishes them for their sins. It may mean the One who destroys them.
* The Avenger


82. Al-'Afuww

* The One with wide forgiveness.
* The Forgiver, the effacer, the Pardoner


83. Ar-Ra'uf

* The One with extreme Mercy. The Mercy of Allah is His will to endow upon whoever He willed among His creatures.
* The merciful, the Ever Indulgent.


84. Al-Muqsit

* The One who is Just in His judgment.
* The Just, the Equitable


85. Aj-Jami'

* The One who gathers the creatures on a day that there is no doubt about, that is the Day of Judgment.
* The Collector, the comprehensive, Gatherer


86. Al-Ghanee

* The One who does not need the creation.
* The rich, the all sufficing, Self-Sufficient


87. Al-Mughnee

* The One who satisfies the necessities of the creatures.
* The Enricher, sufficer, the bestower.


88. Al-Mani'

* The Supporter who protects and gives victory to His pious believers. Al-Mu'tiy
* The Withholder
* The Preventer, the prohibiter, the defender.


89. Ad-Darr

* The One who makes harm reach to whoever He willed.
* The Distresser , The afflictor, the bringer of Adversity.


90. An-Nafi'

* The One who gives benefits to whoever He wills.
* The Beneficial Benefactor


91. An-Nur

* The One who guides.
* The Light


92. Al-Hadi

* The One whom with His Guidance His believers were guided, and with His Guidance the living beings have been guided to what is beneficial or them and protected from what is harmful to them.
* The Guide


93. Al-Badi'

* The One who created the creation and formed it without any preceding example.
* The Wonderful, the maker, Incomparable


94. Al-Baqi

* The One that the state of non-existence is impossible for Him.
* The Enduring, the Everlasting, the eternal


95. Al-Warith

* The One whose Existence remains.
* The Inheritor, The Heir


96. Ar-Rashid

* The One who guides.
* The Rightly Guided, The Conscious, the Guide


97. As-Sabur

* The One who does not quickly punish the sinners.
* The most Patient, the Enduring.


98. Malik Al-Mulk

* The One who controls the Dominion and gives dominion to whoever He willed.
* The Ruler of the Kingdom, king of the Universe


99. Zul-l-Jalal wal-Ikram

* The One who deserves to be Exalted and not denied.
* Lord of Majesty and Generosity



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* Asma ul Husna 99 names of Allah by Hisham Abbas
* 99 names of Allah nasheed by Kamal Uddin
* 99 names by Qari Mohammad Saley



"Allah! there is no god but He! To Him belongs the Most Beautiful Names." (Qur'an 20:8)


1. Ar-Rahman

* The One who has plenty of mercy for the believers and the blasphemers in this world and especially for the believers in the hereafter.
* The Most Merciful


2. Ar-Rahim

* The One who has plenty of mercy for the believers.
* The most Compassionate


3. Al-Malik

* The One with the complete Dominion, the One Whose Dominion is clear from imperfection.
* The King, the Monarch


4. Al-Quddus

* The One who is pure from any imperfection and clear from children and adversaries.
* The Holy one


5. As-Salam

* The One who is free from every imperfection.
* The Peace, The Tranquility


6. Al-Mu'min

* The One who witnessed for Himself that no one is God but Him. And He witnessed for His believers that they are truthful in their belief that no one is God but Him.
* The One with Faith
* The Faithful, The Trusted


7. Al-Muhaymin

* The One who witnesses the saying and deeds of His creatures.
* The Protector
* The vigilant, the controller


8. Al-'Aziz

* The Defeater who is not defeated.
* The Mighty
* The Almighty, the powerful


9. Al-Jabbar

* The One that nothing happens in His Dominion except that which He willed.
* The all Compelling


10. Al-Mutakabbir

* The One who is clear from the attributes of the creatures and from resembling them.
* The Haughty, the Majestic
* The Imperious


11. Al-Khaliq

* The One who brings everything from non-existence to existence.
* The Creator, the Maker


12.Al-Bari'

* The Creator who has the Power to turn the entities.
* The Artificer, the Creator


13.Al-Musawwir

* The One who forms His creatures in different pictures.
* The Fashioner
* The Organizer, the Designer


14.Al-Ghaffar

* The One who forgives the sins of His slaves time and time again.
* The Forgiving, the Forgiver


15.Al-Qahhar

* The Subduer who has the perfect Power and is not unable over anything.
* The Almighty, the Dominant


16.Al-Wahhab

* The One who is Generous in giving plenty without any return.
* The Donor, the Bestower


17. Ar-Razzaq

* The Provider, the Sustainer


18. Al-Fattah

* The One who opens for His slaves the closed worldly and religious matters.
* The Opener, the Revealer


19. Al-'Alim

* The Knowledgeable; The One nothing is absent from His knowledge.
* The all Knowing, the Omniscient


20. Al-Qabid

* The One who constricts the sustenance.
* The Contractor, The Restrainer, the Recipient.


21. Al-Basit

* The One who expands and widens.
* The Expander, He who expands


22. Al-Khafid

* The One who lowers whoever He willed by His Destruction.
* The Abaser, the Humbler


23. Ar-Rafi'

* The One who raises whoever He willed by His Endowment.
* The Raiser, the Exalter


24. Al-Mu'iz

* He gives esteem to whoever He willed, hence there is no one to degrade Him;
* The Honorer, the Exalter


25. Al-Muzil

* Degrades whoever he willed, hence there is no one to give him esteem.
* The Abaser, the Degrader, the Subduer


26. As-Sami'

* The One who Hears all things that are heard by His Eternal Hearing without an ear, instrument or organ.
* The Hearer, The All hearing, all knowing.


27. Al-Basir

* The One who Sees all things that are seen by His Eternal Seeing without a pupil or any other instrument.
* The Seer, The discerning, the All seeing.


28. Al-Hakam

* He is the Ruler and His judgment is His Word.
* The arbitrator, the Judge


29. Al-'Adl

* The One who is entitled to do what He does.
* The justice, the equitable. The Just.


30. Al-Latif

* The Most Gentle, the Gracious.
* The One who is kind


31. Al-Khabir

* The One who knows the truth of things.
* The Aware. The Sagacious, one is who is aware.


32. Al-Halim

* The One who delays the punishment for those who deserve it and then He might forgive them.
* The Gentle. The most patient, the Clement.


33. Al-'Azim

* The One deserving the attributes of Exaltment, Glory, Extolment, and Purity from all imperfection.
* The Great, Mighty


34. Al-Ghafoor

* The One who forgives a lot.
* The Forgiving, the Pardoner.


35. Ash-Shakur

* The One who gives a lot of reward for a little obedience.
* The Grateful, the Thankful


36. Al-'Ali

* The One who is clear from the attributes of the creatures.
* The most high, the exalted.


37. Al-Kabir

* The One who is greater than everything in status.
* The great, the big.


38. Al-Hafiz

* The One who protects whatever and whoever He willed to protect.
* The Guardian, the preserver.


39. Al-Muqit

* The One who has the Power.
* The maintainer, The Nourisher


40. Al-Hasib

* The One who gives the satisfaction.
* The noble, The Reckoner


41. Aj-Jalil

* The One who is attributed with greatness of Power and Glory of status.
* The Majestic. The honorable, the exalted.


42. Al-Karim

* The One who is clear from abjectness.
* The most generous, the Bountiful.


43. Ar-Raqib

* The One that nothing is absent from Him. Hence it's meaning is related to the attribute of Knowledge.
* The Guardian, the watchful. Watcher.


44. Al-Mujib

* The One who answers the one in need if he asks Him and rescues the yearner if he calls upon Him.
* The Responder. The respondent, one who answers.


45. Al-Wasi'

* The Englober. The enricher, the Omnipresent, the Knowledgeable.


46. Al-Hakim

* The One who is correct in His doings.
* The most Wise, the Judicious.


47. Al-Wadud

* The Affectionate, the Loving.


48. Al-Majid

* The One who is with perfect Power, High Status, Compassion, Generosity and Kindness.
* The Glorious, the exalted.


49. Al-Ba'ith

* The One who resurrects for reward and/or punishment.
* The Resurrector, the Raiser from death.


50. Ash-Shahid

* The One who nothing is absent from Him.
* The Witness


51. Al-Haqq

* The One who truly exists.
* The Truth, the Just.


52. Al-Wakil

* The One who gives the satisfaction and is relied upon.
* The Guardian, the Trustee


53. Al-Qawee

* The One with the complete Power.
* The powerful, the Almighty, The Strong


54. Al-Matin

* The One with extreme Power which is un-interrupted and He does not get tired.
* The Strong, the Firm


55. Al-Walee

* The Supporter, the Friend, the Defender the master.


56. Al-Hamid

* The praised One who deserves to be praised.
* The Praiseworthy , the Commendable


57. Al-Muhsi

* The One who the count of things are known to him.
* The Counter


58. Al-Mubdi'

* The One who started the human being. That is, He created him.
* The Beginner, the Creator, The Originator


59. Al-Mu'eed

* The One who brings back the creatures after death.
* The Restorer, the Resurrector.


60. Al-Muhyee

* The One who took out a living human from semen that does not have a soul. He gives life by giving the souls back to the worn out bodies on the resurrection day and He makes the hearts alive by the light of knowledge.
* The Bestower, the Life Giver.


61. Al-Mumeet

* The One who renders the living dead.
* The Bringer of Death. The Death Giver.


62. Al-Hayy

* The One attributed with a life that is unlike our life and is not that of a combination of soul, flesh or blood.
* The Living. The Alive, the ever living.


63. Al-Qayyum

* The One who remains and does not end.
* The Self-Subsistent, The Eternal, the Self Sustaining.


64. Al-Wajid

* The Rich who is never poor. Al-Wajd is Richness.
* The all perceiving, the Opulent, the Finder.


65. Al-Wahid

* The One without a partner.
* The One, the Unique.


66. Al-Majid

* The One who is Majid.
* The Noble, the illustrious.


67. Al-Ahad

* The only, the Unique.


68. As-Samad

* The Master who is relied upon in matters and reverted to in ones needs.
* The Perfect, the Eternal.


69. Al-Qadir

* The One attributed with Power.
* The Able, the Capable, the Omnipotent.


70. Al-Muqtadir

* The One with the perfect Power that nothing is withheld from Him.
* The Capable, The all Powerful


71. Al-Muqaddim

* He makes ahead what He wills.
* The Presenter, The Advancer, The Expediter


72. Al-Mu'akhkhir

* The One who delays what He wills.
* The Fulfiller, the keeper behind, The Deferrer


73. Al-'Awwal

* The One whose Existence is without a beginning.
* The First


74. Al-'Akhir

* The One whose Existence is without an end.
* The Last


75. Az-Zahir

* The Apparent, the Exterior, The Manifest
* The One that nothing is above Him and nothing is underneath Him, hence He exists without a place.


76. Al-Batin

* The Hidden, the Interior, the Latent


77. Al-Wali

* The One who owns things and manages them.
* The Governor, The Ruler, The Master


78. Al-Muta'ali

* The One who is clear from the attributes of the creation.
* The Exalted, The most high, one above reproach.


79. Al-Barr

* The One who is kind to His creatures, who covered them with His sustenance and specified whoever He willed among them by His support, protection, and special mercy.
* The Benefactor, The Beneficent, the Pious.


80. At-Tawwab

* The One who grants repentance to whoever He willed among His creatures and accepts his repentance.
* The Acceptor of Repentance, The Forgiver, the Relenting.


81. Al-Muntaqim

* The One who victoriously prevails over His enemies and punishes them for their sins. It may mean the One who destroys them.
* The Avenger


82. Al-'Afuww

* The One with wide forgiveness.
* The Forgiver, the effacer, the Pardoner


83. Ar-Ra'uf

* The One with extreme Mercy. The Mercy of Allah is His will to endow upon whoever He willed among His creatures.
* The merciful, the Ever Indulgent.


84. Al-Muqsit

* The One who is Just in His judgment.
* The Just, the Equitable


85. Aj-Jami'

* The One who gathers the creatures on a day that there is no doubt about, that is the Day of Judgment.
* The Collector, the comprehensive, Gatherer


86. Al-Ghanee

* The One who does not need the creation.
* The rich, the all sufficing, Self-Sufficient


87. Al-Mughnee

* The One who satisfies the necessities of the creatures.
* The Enricher, sufficer, the bestower.


88. Al-Mani'

* The Supporter who protects and gives victory to His pious believers. Al-Mu'tiy
* The Withholder
* The Preventer, the prohibiter, the defender.


89. Ad-Darr

* The One who makes harm reach to whoever He willed.
* The Distresser , The afflictor, the bringer of Adversity.


90. An-Nafi'

* The One who gives benefits to whoever He wills.
* The Beneficial Benefactor


91. An-Nur

* The One who guides.
* The Light


92. Al-Hadi

* The One whom with His Guidance His believers were guided, and with His Guidance the living beings have been guided to what is beneficial or them and protected from what is harmful to them.
* The Guide


93. Al-Badi'

* The One who created the creation and formed it without any preceding example.
* The Wonderful, the maker, Incomparable


94. Al-Baqi

* The One that the state of non-existence is impossible for Him.
* The Enduring, the Everlasting, the eternal


95. Al-Warith

* The One whose Existence remains.
* The Inheritor, The Heir


96. Ar-Rashid

* The One who guides.
* The Rightly Guided, The Conscious, the Guide


97. As-Sabur

* The One who does not quickly punish the sinners.
* The most Patient, the Enduring.


98. Malik Al-Mulk

* The One who controls the Dominion and gives dominion to whoever He willed.
* The Ruler of the Kingdom, king of the Universe


99. Zul-l-Jalal wal-Ikram

* The One who deserves to be Exalted and not denied.
* Lord of Majesty and Generosity



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Sunday, November 28, 2010





Para ulamak membahagikan darjat-darjat iman kepada lima bahagian
(Sila rujuk Pelajaran Tauhid, Hj Nik Mohd Mohyideen Musa, DBP, 1982)

1.Iman Taklid yaitu iman yang mengambil daripada perkataan orang dengan tiada boleh mengeluarkan dalil.Iman ini ada pada kebanyakan orang awam.

2.Iman Ilmu Yakin yaitu iman yang jadi daripada makrifat pada segala 'Aqaid dengan segala dalil.Iman ini adalah bagi orang2 yang mempunyai dalil dan burhan.

3.Iman 'Ainul Yakin yaitu iman yang jadi dari makrifat hati bagi Allah Taala dengan sekira kira tiada ghaib daripada hati nya dengan sekejap mata jua pun.Iman ini bagi Ahli Muroqabah dinamakan Makam Muroqabah.

4.Iman Haqqul Yakin yaitu iman yang jadi daripada musyahadahkan Allah Ta'ala dengan 'Ainul Basyirah(mata hati).Iman ini bagi orang Arif yang dinamakan Makam Musyahadah.

5.Iman Kamalul Yakin yaitu iman yang jadi daripada nya tidak memandang sesuatu selain Allah Ta'ala.Iman ini bagi orang yang Tahqiq yang dinamakan Makam Fana'

Wallahu 'alam.
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PostPosted: Sun Jul 01, 2007 10:11 pm Post subject: Reply with quote
Salam,

Terima kasih Cikgu Zul. Boleh tak terangkan pula:

1) HATI HIDUP
2) HATI SAKIT
3) HATI MATI
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PostPosted: Sun Jul 01, 2007 10:41 pm Post subject: Reply with quote
ataupun boleh tak saya katakan dimana:

1) HATI HIDUP- iaitu menghidupkan hati dgn membaca Al-Quran/Qiamulail/Bersahabat dgn org2 soleh / berpuasa /zikir

2) HATI SAKIT : iaitu seseorg sombong/takabur/riya'/ujub/dan suka memperdengar2kan amalannya

3) HATI MATI - iaitu melakukan dosa/maksiat sebab berfikiran yg ALLAH itu Maha Pengampun lalu hanya akan bertaubat diakhirnya/ kenal ALLAH tetapi tidak mengikut perintah ALLAH/ tidak bersyukur atas nikmat yg diberi ALLAH /suka menyalahkan org lain /tidak ambil ikhtibar kalau ada kematian.
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PostPosted: Sun Jul 01, 2007 10:46 pm Post subject: Reply with quote
Hati diciptakan Allah Subhanahu Wataala sebagai organ yang paling utama di dalam tubuh manusia dan juga sebagai nikmat yang paling agong diberikan oleh Allah Subhanahu Wataala. Hati menjadi tempat Allah Subhanahu Wataala membuat penilaian terhadap hambanya. Pada hatilah letaknya niat seseorang. Niat yang tulus ikhlas itu akan diberi pahala oleh Allah Subhanahu Wataala.

Hati perlu dijaga dan dipelihara dengan baik agar ia tidak rosak, tidak sakit, tidak leka, tidak buta, tidak keras dan lebih-lebih lagi tidak mati. Sekiranya berlaku pada hati keadaan-keadaan seperti ini, kesannya adalah melibatkan seluruh anggota tubuh badan manusia. Dan akan lahirlah penyakit-penyakit masyarakat berpunca dari hati yang sudah rosak itu.

Justeru itu, hati adalah amanah yang wajib dijaga, sebagaimana kita diamanahkan untuk menjaga mata, telinga, mulut, kaki, tangan dan sebagainya dari berbuat dosa dan maksiat.

Hati yang sakit ialah hati yang menjadi gelap kerana dosa. Setiap satu dosa yang dilakukan tanpa diikuti taubat dan istighfar itu akan menyebabkan terjadinya satu titik hitam di dalam hati.Itu baru satu dosa. Maka bayangkan bagaimana pula kalau sepuluh dosa? Seratus dosa? Seribu dosa? Alangkah hitam dan kotornya hati ketika itu.

Ini jelas digambarkan dalam hadith Nabi s.a.w.:-

Tafsirnya :
Siapa yang melakukan suatu dosa, maka akan tumbuh di hatinya setitik hitam, kiranya ia bertaubat akan terkikislah titik hitam itu dari muka hatinya. Jika ia tidak bertaubat, maka titik hitam itu akan terus merebak sehingga seluruh muka hatinya menjadi hitam. (Riawayt Al-Imam Ibnu Majah).

Hadith ini sesuai dengan firman Allah Subhanahu Wataala di dalam Al-Quran surah Al-Muthaffifiin, ayat 14 :-

Tafsirnya :
Sebenarnya ayat-ayat kami tidak ada cacatnya bahkan mata hati mereka telah diselaputi kekotoran dosa dengan sebab perbuatan kufur dan maksiat yang mereka kerjakan.

Hati apabila kotor dan hitam akan menjadi keras, apabila hati keras, kemanisan dan kelazatan beribadat akan tidak dirasakan. Dan ia akan menjadi penghalang kepada masuknya nur Iman dan nur Ilmu. Belajar sebanyak manapun ilmu yang bermanfaat atau ilmu yang boleh memandu kita, namun ilmu itu tidak akan masuk ke dalam hati, kalau pun kita faham, tidak ada daya dan kekuatan kita untuk mengamalkannya.

Allah s.w.t. berfirman dalam surah Al-Baqarah, ayat 74 :-

Tafsirnya :
Kemudian sesudah itu, hati kamu menjadi keras seperti batu, bahkan lebih keras lagi. Padahal di antara batu-batu itu ada yang terpancar dan mengalir sungai daripadanya, dan ada pula di antaranya yang pecah-pecah terbelah lalu keluar mata air daripadanya. Dan ada juga di antaranya yang jatuh kebawah kerana takut kepada Allah, sedang Allah tidak sekali-kali lalai daripada apa yang kamu kerjakan.
Begitulah Allah Subhanahu Wataala mendatangkan contoh dan menerangkan bahawa batu yang keras itu pun ada kalanya boleh mengalirkan air dan boleh terpecah kerana amat takutkan Allah Subhanahu Wataala. Kerana itu apakah hati manusia lebih keras daripada batu hingga tidak boleh menerima petunjuk dan hidayah daripada Allah Subhanahu Wataala.

Apa yang paling membimbangkan kita ialah apabila hati mati, kerana inilah kemusnahan yang amat besar terhadap manusia. Matinya hati adalah bencana dan malapetaka besar yang bakal menghitamkan seluruh kehidupan di dunia dan akhirat. Inilah natijahnya apabila kita lalai dan cuai mengubati dan membersihkan hati kita. Kegagalan kita menghidupkan hati akan dipertanggungjawabkan oleh Allah Subhanahu Wataala di akhirat kelak.

Hati itu mati disebabkan perkara-perkara berikut:-

Pertama : hati mati kerana tidak berfungsi mengikut perintah Allah Subhanahu Wataala. Iaitu tidak mengambil iktibar dan pengajaran dari didikan dan ujian Allah Subhanahu Wataala. Seperti mana firman Allah Subhanahu Wataala dalam surah Az-Zumar, ayat 22 :-

Tafsirnya :
Maka kecelakaan besarlah bagi orang-orang yang keras membatu hatinya daripada menerima peringatan yang diberi oleh Allah. Mereka yang demikian keadaannya, adalah dalam kesesatan yang nyata.

Kedua : hati juga mati jika tidak diberikan makanan dan santapan rohani yang sewajarnya. Kalau tubuh jasmani boleh mati kerana tuannya tidak makan dan tidak minum, begitulah juga hati. Bila ia tidak diberikan santapan dan tidak diubati, ia bukan sahaja akan sakit dan buta malah akan mati akhirnya. Santapan rohani itu ialah “ zikrullah”, “nasihat” dan “muhasabah diri”.

Dari itu wahai kaum muslimin jaga dan peliharalah hati kita dengan sebaik-baiknya supaya tidak menjadi kotor, hitam, keras, sakit, buta dan mati iaitu dengan menggilap dan membersihkannya dengan jalan mengingati Allah Subhanahu Wataala. Sebagaimana yang diterangkan dalam Al-Quran surah Ar-Ra’d, ayat 28 :-

Tafsirnya :
Iaitu orang-orang yang beriman dan tenteram hati mereka dengan mengingati Allah, ketahuilah! Dengan mengingati Allah itu tenang tenteramlah hati manusia.

Firman Allah Subhanahu Wataala dalam surah Asy-Syu’araa’, ayat 88 – 89 :-

Tafsirnya :
Hari yang padanya harta benda dan anak pinak tidak dapat memberikan pertolongan sesuatu apa pun. Kecuali harta benda dan anak pinak orang-orang yang datang menghadap Allah dengan hati yang selamat sejahtera dari syrik dan penyakit munafik.

Hati yang hidup ialah hati yang sentiasa disirami dengan zikrullah. Hati yang mengingati ALlah.

Dialah yang telah menurunkan ketenangan di dalam hati orang2 mukmin untuk menambah keimanan mereka (yang telah ada)."
(Surah Al-Fath: ayat 4)

MENGINGATI Allah atau zikrullah adalah amalan yang paling mulia melalui pergerakan lidah, kesedaran akal budi dan keinsafan hati dan jiwa.

Dengan mengingati Allah manusia akan berasa ketenangan jiwa kerana dia menyedari bahawa berada di samping Tuhan Yang Maha Pengasih lagi Penyayang kepada hamba-Nya.

Apabila dia kembali kepada-Nya, maka sebenarnya dia kembali berpaut kepada asas yang kukuh. Manusia kadang-kadang gelisah menghadapi masa depan belum pasti keadaannya atau kadang-kadang berasa lemah berhadapan dengan pelbagai cabaran dan halangan yang mendepaninya.

Dalam hal ini, sekiranya orang yang beriman kepada Allah, mereka akan ingat bahawa sesungguhnya Allah Maha Berkuasa di atas segala sesuatu, Allah Maha Melihat segala-galanya, Allah mampu mengatasi semua hal di dunia ini.

Dengan demikian akan tenanglah jiwanya. Firman Allah bermaksud: “Iaitu orang yang beriman dan tenteram hati mereka dengan zikrullah. Ketahuilah! dengan zikrullah itu, tenang tenteramlah hati manusia.” (Surah al-Ra’d, ayat 28 )

hati yang tenang sudah tiada kekhuatiran lagi walau di bumi mana dia diletakkan. Samada di utara atau selatan, samada di lembah atau gurun, samada kaya atau miskin, samada menang atau kalah hatinya telah tenteram dan inilah peringkat mutmainnah seperti yang dialu-alukan oleh Allah s.w.t. dengan ayat:

Maksudnya: "Wahai nafsu (jiwa) yang tenang (suci). Kernbalilah kamu kepada Tuhanmu, dengan (hati) redha dan diredhai (Tuhan). Maka masuklah kamu dalam golongan hamba-hamba-Ku. Dan masuklah kamu ke dalam Syurga-Ku."
(Al Fajr: 27-30)
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PostPosted: Sun Jul 01, 2007 11:07 pm Post subject: Reply with quote
Alhamdulillah....

Oleh itu..untuk penyucian hati (Tazkiatunufuz) ini kita wajib belajar Ilmu Tasawuf spt diterangkan dlm ayat Al-Quran surah Asy-Syams 7-9.

Terdapat 2 jenis Kekuatan:

1) Kekuatan Kebaikan - perlu bantuan ALLAH manakala
2) Kekuatan Keburukan - dibantu oleh Syaitan

Berbahagia lah - kalu diisikan dgn kebaikan
Rugi lah - kalau diisi dgn keburukan
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Saturday, November 27, 2010





FROM...http://www.viewfinderpanoramas.org/highestpass.html

THE HIGHEST MOTORABLE ROAD PASSES

Contrary to general public opinion, misinformed by Guinness World Records, a local indicator and countless websites, the world's highest motorable road pass is NOT the "5682m" or "5602m" Khardung La, NE of Leh in the Indian Himalaya. A Catalan research expedition accurately measured this at 5359m. For further evidence of this, from other travellers who have measured it with GPS, and other reliable sources, see Wikipedia.

The true identity and location of the highest motorable pass depends on how "motorable pass" is defined. Is it defined as a pass over which it is possible for an expert driver to drive a suitably adapted motor vehicle, or a pass which can be driven by an average driver in an average car?

There is surely a higher motorable pass than Khardung La, by any definition, at Suge La, 100km west of Lhasa. See this summitpost page by Janne Corax, who knows this area well, on which it is clearly shown that this pass is on a bus route. The elevation shown on the map on the above page, 5430m, is supported by both GPS and SRTM.

A road from Raka (Raga) to Tsochen (Coqen), through the Trans-Himalayas, rises to 5565m at Semo La, N 30°06'36" E 85°25'54". Janne Corax writes that "the LONG distance bus lhasa-shiquanhe/ali takes this road once a week, at least it did until the southern route (saga-paryang-shiquanhe) was upgraded", and that "minibuses, trucks, landcruisers and sometimes even 'normal cars' travel here". But, compared with Khardung La, this is a very remote area. See this summit photograph supplied by the Catalan cycle tour and their GPS report. See also here Janne's photographs from Semo La. He writes that "001 is from the pass, with a car, showing the road; 002 is from a little side road at the pass, included because it's easy to tell it is Semo pass, for those who have been there; 003 is on the way down on the north side of the pass, a heavily loaded truck, just to show what kind of vehicles travel the road." Satellite images from Google Earth and NASA World Wind clearly show the Semo La road. Processed GPS readings for Semo La can be downloadeded here.

There may be a higher pass at Marsimik La, India, at N 34°05'36" E 78°37'06". This report gives its elevation as "5590m/18634feet", but 5590m is 18340 feet. SRTM gives an elevation of 5582m. The road may be motorable by skilled riders on powerful motorcycles, and by Indian army jeeps, but I doubt if it is motorable in the sense that most drivers and vehicles could consider it motorable.

An alternatve candidate may be Lo La. According to Martin Adserballe, who cycled over it in September 2006, the main pass "is situated at N 29°54'569 E 86°42'427. The pass itself was 5578 meters according to GPS. There were two parallel roads leading up to the roadpass - one constructed with the pass as summit and one going over a small hill before the pass - reaching an altitude of 5593 meters." Martin also claims that it would be possible to drive a car over this pass; it is unlikely that such a claim could be made about Marsimik. Here are some photographs, uploaded with his permission: 1 2 3 4.

Roads shown on Tibetan road maps suggest there may be even higher motorable passes, but it is not clear that the passes shown are motorable. More information about these is needed. Two passes, Bodpo La, 5767m at N 32°19' E 78°59', and Jang Rang La, 5761m at N 32°03' E 78°53', are shown on a Tibet road map. According to a Chinese source, a jeep has been driven up one of these passes, probably Jang Rang La; if you can read Chinese, see here and here. Local sources say that although the roads are small, a "friend of a local guide" said that he had been over them. Whether or not they are motorable through roads is still not clear. Unfortunately access to the area for non-Chinese nationals is very difficult and may be impossible. It has been suggested that there may be an even higher motorable pass over the Nyainqentanghla at Gorun La, 5910m at N 30°17' E 90°15', but this seems unlikely. I thank Martin Adserballe of Denmark and Tang Zhengliang of Nanking, China for the above information.

A unpaved road, reported here (in Italian), rises up Cerro Uturunco, in Bolivia, to 5836 m at S 22°15.484' W 67°10.680'. But according to Dr Steve Pells of the Edinburgh Roslin Institute, who cycled (or pushed his bicycle in some places) up this road in 2005, "the road is blocked to motor vehicles from about 5550 m by a landslide that occurred a few years ago", and although there is a 5,760m "pass" between Uturunco's two summits, it is a cul-de-sac that leads only to a mine. Still, a French team evidently managed to cycle and/or push their bicycles to Uturunco's 6020m summit. On 6 April 2010 German cyclists reached 6085m on Ojos del Salado.

Sulphur mine workings at 6,000m on the north side of Aucanquilcha, in Northern Chile, have been serviced by motor vehicles. The road was constructed all the way to the 6,195 metre summit, which was reached on bicycle by Martin Adserballe (see above) in August 2009. He reported that due to landslides, motorised use is no longer possible and cycles cannot be ridden along some stretches. At 5334m, a nearby village of the same name is the world's highest permanent settlement.

It is claimed here that, in 2007, a Jeep Wrangler was driven off road up to the crater rim of the world's highest volcano, Ojos del Salado, reaching an altitude 6646m, 247m below the volcano's highest point (6,893m). A few weeks later it was claimed that Chileans had driven another specially adapted vehicle even higher up this route, to 6688m, see here and here. Although there is nothing that could be called a road there, I have been told that it is not unusual for local rangers to drive 4x4 vehicles up Ojos del Salado to 5900m.
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Information collated by Jonathan de Ferranti. Last update 7 September 2009.

FROM..http://www.greenprophet.com/2010/03/saudi-arabia-death-toll-driving/

Saudi Arabia Has the Highest Road Accident Death Toll in the World
Benjamin Joffe-Walt - The Media Line | March 15th, 2010 | 3 Comments | Email this
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Time to turn Saudi youth onto bicycling: video of dangerous stunts on the rise in young Saudi males who purposefully “drift” cars.

An average of 17 Saudi Arabian residents die on the country’s roads each day, a report by the Kingdom’s General Directorate of Traffic has revealed. The news comes after the World Health Organization found Saudi Arabia to have the world’s highest number of deaths from road accidents, which now make up the country’s principal cause of death in adult males aged 16 to 36. First reported by the Saudi daily Arab News, the study found that 6,485 people had died and more than 36,000 were injured in over 485,000 traffic accidents during 2008 and 2009.

There was no official reaction to the unfortunate world record, and Saudi analysts pointed to larger underlying problems.

“The driving problems are with young people,” Ali Abdul-Rahman Al-Mazyad, a Saudi columnist in Riyadh told The Media Line. “There are very little outlets for young people to enjoy themselves and kids basically do what they want.”

“There is also not such great education in schools about driving and respecting the road,” he said. “Drug use is also a contributing factor. These are the central problems.”

The report found that almost a third of traffic accidents in the Saudi capital Riyadh were due to drivers jumping red lights, followed by 18 percent of accidents caused by illegal U-turns. The most common dangerous driving activities were speeding, sudden stops and speaking on the phone while driving.

Over the past two decades Saudi Arabia has recorded 4 million traffic accidents, leading to 86,000 deaths and 611,000 injuries, 7 percent of which resulted in permanent disabilities.

A recent study at the King Abdul Aziz City for Science and Technology (KACST), a Riyadh-based scientific research group, warned that if the current rise in road accident rates is not curbed, Saudi Arabia will have over 4 million traffic accidents a year by 2030.

Silvio Saadi, a Jeddah-based businessman and film producer, argued that both the government and an out-of-control youth culture were to blame.

“You won’t believe what you see,” he told The Media Line. “It’s just crazy.”

“Saudis often try to drift with normal cars and thousands of spectators on the sides of the street,” he said, referring to an informal motor sport in which drivers intentionally over-steer so as to lose traction and drift on the road. “Sometimes the car drifts into the spectators, slamming them into buildings along the sidewalk.”

Saadi said that while the government has made some initiatives, they have fallen short of an aggressive road safety campaign.

“Outside the city, the police often cannot stop them,” he said. “The police are actually scared because there can be thousands of them. A few years ago they built a Jeddah raceway to attract young people to do it on the track instead of on the streets, but people still like to do it the old fashioned Bedouin way.”

“We get approached every year by government departments to produce public service announcements about speeding but most of the time nothing comes of it,” Saadi added. “Who knows what happens, but there is a lot of corruption. They probably take budgets from the government to do public service announcements and then don’t do it.”

Video of crazy road stunt as Saudi youth skate on the road.

Saudi Arabia has long had a taste for expensive cars, and spottings of young Saudis cruising the streets of Jeddah and Riyadh in Maseratis, Ferraris, Porsches and Harley Davidson motorbikes are increasingly commonplace.

One of the Middle East’s largest car markets, automobile sales make up about three percent of Saudi Arabia’s gross domestic product.

Following overstated fears that the global recession might seriously weaken the Arab world’s largest economy, Saudi car sales are now expected to boom. The kingdom’s car market, including both commercial automobiles and transport infrastructure, is currently worth about $9 billion. The market is expected to grow by 30 percent in 2010.

Over 675,000 cars are expected to be sold in 2010 to a population of just under 25 million.

(This story by Benjamin Joffe-Walt is reprinted with permission by The Media Line, the Mideast News Source.)
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FROM..http://www.voiceitout.com/2010/09/19/malaysia-has-the-highest-road-deaths-2009/

Malaysia has the highest Road Deaths, 2009

Britain’s annual road deaths tally is the lowest out of 33 countries surveyed by an international transport watchdog which has declared the last 10 years “a record decade for road safety”.

Latest fatality figures published today by the Paris-based International Transport Forum show dramatic falls in road deaths since the turn of the century in 30 of the countries included.

In terms of road deaths per 100,000 inhabitants, Britain’s figure last year stood at 3.8 – compared with 23.8 in Malaysia at the other end of the scale.

Safety first: Britain’s roads have fewer deaths than any other in the world according the new survey

The steepest declines in fatalities were recorded in Spain, Portugal and France in the last 10 years, while last year saw America’s lowest death toll on the roads for 60 years, at 11.1 deaths per 100,000 inhabitants.

Measured as road fatalities per billion kilometres driven, the risk of dying in a road accident is smallest in Sweden (5.1), followed by the UK (5.2) and Switzerland (5.6).

It is highest in Korea (20.1 deaths per billion kilometres), the Czech Republic (19.4) and Malaysia (17.7.).

Portugal’s traffic-related deaths toll has fallen by 55pc since the start of the century, Spain’s by 53pc and that of France by 47pc.

The UK’s figure fell by 35pc and America’s by 19pc. The three countries with a worsening road accident record are Argentina, Cambodia and Malaysia.

International Transport Forum Secretary General Jack Short hailed the figures as “a record decade for road safety”, adding: “Reducing fatalities around the world will be accelerated by rapid and effective transfer of knowledge, good practice and information from the best performing countries.”

Fred Wegman, chairman of the OECD’s International Road Traffic and Accident Database which compiled the figures, commented: “In comparison to preceding decades, we have made a significant leap in the reduction of deadly road incidents during the first decade of the 21st century.”

But he warned: “Trends are much more worrying in many developing countries.”

There were substantial cuts in motorcycle fatalities in the last decade too, notably by 45pc in Portugal and 39pc in Korea.

But there were also huge rises – by 170pc in Finland and 100pc in Slovenia.

“These increases (in motorcycle deaths) are only partly explained by the rise in the number of motorcycles,” said Veronique Feypell-de La Beaumelle, road safety expert at the International Transport Forum.

“In the UK, for instance, motorcycle accidents were down 23pc, despite a 45pc increase in the number of motorcycles on the road.”

The Forum has set up a Motorcycle Safety Working Group to study the problem.

The United Nations has declared the next 10 years to be the “Decade of Action for Road Safety”, with a target of stabilising and then reducing global road deaths by 2020.

Just look at the list below if you are lazy to read.

Road deaths per 100,000 inhabitants in 2009:

Malaysia – 23.8

Argentina – 18.4

Greece – 13.8

Cambodia – 12.6

Korea – 12.0

Poland – 12.0

US – 11.1

Lithuania – 11.0

New Zealand – 8.9

Belgium – 8.9

Czech Rep – 8.6

Slovenia – 8.4

Hungary – 8.2

Portugal – 7.9

Italy – 7.9

Austria – 7.6

Luxembourg – 7.2

Australia – 6.9

France – 6.9

Canada – 6.3

Spain – 5.9

Denmark – 5.5

Ireland – 5.4

Iceland – 5.3

Finland – 5.3

Germany – 5.1

Japan – 4.5

Switzerland – 4.5

Norway – 4.4

Israel – 4.2

Sweden – 3.9

Netherlands – 3.9

UK – 3.8

Malaysia Boleh. We are the best in … what? Road deaths.. OMG.. 23.8 death per 100,000 inhabitants.

So, the next time you drive it will be best for you to keep that number in mind. From my understanding that out of 100,000 people, 23.8 people actually died from road accidents. Unfortunately no additional information is provided, we don’t know those accidents is from driving a car or riding a bike but I am guessing that Rempit is one of the major factor.

“We cannot hide the facts. It is everyone’s responsibility to react to it instead of just relying on government agencies to do something about it,” said Dr Ahmad Farhan yesterday.

He added that one of the major contributors to road deaths was motorcycle accidents.

Yes. We cannot hide from the fact that our road death bad and I really appreciate Dr Ahmad Farhan for not deflecting or saying that we are not the worst in comparing with some other countries.

We also cannot hide from the fact that most Malaysian has to travel around on our own transport since the public transport system network is so wide and reliable too.

Meanwhile, Road Safety Department director-general Datuk Suret Singh has disputed the results of the report.

“It needs to take into account other Asean countries as well. Compared to the World Health Organisation’s list of countries by traffic-related deaths, Malaysia is certainly not the worst,” he said.

He declined to comment further until detailed studies on the report were done by the department.

Datuk Suret Singh simply “tai-chi” his way out by stating Malaysia is certainly not the worst. Come on! Just learn from Dr Ahmad Farhan. Admit that our road deaths is a problem and improve the situation.

Reference:

http://news1.capitalbay.com/news/britain_s_roads_have_fewest.html

http://thestar.com.my/news/story.asp?file=/2010/9/18/nation/7061384&sec=nation
Accidents, Malaysia, Road Deaths
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FADHILAT ZIKIR ASMAUL HUSNA

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Dari Abu Hurairah r.a. bahwa Nabi s.a.w bersabda:"Sesungguhnya Allah mempunyai 99 nama, iaitu 100 kurang satu. Siapa yang menghafalnya akan masuk syurga." dari Sahih Bukhari.

1. Allah

2. Ar-Rahman - Maha Pemurah

3. Ar-Rahim - Maha Penyayang

4. Al-Malik - Maha Merajai/Pemerintah

5. Al-Quddus - Maha Suci

6. As-Salam - Maha Penyelamat

7. Al-Mu'min - Maha Pengaman

8. Al-Muhaymin - Maha Pelindung/Penjaga

9. Al-‘Aziz - Maha Mulia/Perkasa

10. Al-Jabbar - Maha Pemaksa

11. Al-Mutakabbir - Maha Besar

12. Al-Khaliq - Maha Pencipta

13. Al-Bari' - Maha Perancang

14. Al-Musawwir - Maha Menjadikan Rupa Bentuk

15. Al-Ghaffar - Maha Pengampun

16. Al-Qahhar - Maha Menundukkan

17. Al-Wahhab - Maha Pemberi

18. Ar-Razzaq - Maha Pemberi Rezeki

19. Al-Fattah - Maha Pembuka

20. Al-‘Alim - Maha Mengetahui

21. Al-Qabid - Maha Penyempit Hidup

22. Al-Basit - Maha Pelapang Hidup

23. Al-Khafid - Maha Penghina

24. Ar-Rafi’ - Maha Tinggi

25. Al-Mu’iz - Maha Pemberi Kemuliaan/Kemenangan

26. Al-Muthil - Maha Merendahkan

27. As-Sami’ - Maha Mendengar

28. Al-Basir - Maha Melihat

29. Al-Hakam - Maha Menghukum

30. Al-‘Adl - Maha Adil

31. Al-Latif - Maha Halusi

32. Al-Khabir - Maha Waspada

33. Al-Halim - Maha Penyantun

34. Al-‘Azim - Maha Agong

35. Al-Ghafur - Maha Pengampun

36. Ash-Shakur - Maha Pengampun

37. Al-‘Aliyy - Maha Tinggi Martabat-Nya

38. Al-Kabir - Maha Besar

39. Al-Hafiz - Maha Pelindung

40. Al-Muqit - Maha Pemberi Keperluan

41. Al-Hasib - Maha Mencukupi

42. Aj-Jalil - Maha Luhur

43. Al-Karim - Maha Mulia

44. Ar-Raqib - Maha Pengawas

45. Al-Mujib - Maha Mengabulkan

46. Al-Wasi’ - Maha Luas Pemberian-Nya

47. Al-Hakim - Maha Bijaksana

48. Al-Wadud - Maha Pencinta

49. Al-Majid - Maha Mulia

50. Al-Ba’ith - Maha Membangkitkan

51. Ash-Shahid - Maha Menyaksikan

52. Al-Haqq - Maha Benar

53. Al-Wakil - Maha Berserah

54. Al-Qawiyy - Maha Memiliki Kekuatan

55. Al-Matin - Maha Sempurna Kekuatan-Nya

56. Al-Waliyy - Maha Melinuingi

57. Al-Hamid - Maha Terpuji

58. Al-Muhsi - Maha Menghitung

59. Al-Mubdi' - Maha Memulai/Pemula

60. Al-Mu’id - Maha Mengembalikan

61. Al-Muhyi - Maha Menghidupkan

62. Al-Mumit - Maha Mematikan

63. Al-Hayy - Maha Hidup

64. Al-Qayyum - Maha Berdiri Dengan Sendiri-Nya

65. Al-Wajid - Maha Menemukan

66. Al-Majid - Maha Mulia

67. Al-Wahid - Maha Esa

68. As-Samad - Maha Diminta

69. Al-Qadir - Maha Kuasa

70. Al-Muqtadir - Maha Menentukan

71. Al-Muqaddim - Maha Mendahulukan

72. Al-Mu'akhkhir - Maha Melambat-lambatkan

73. Al-'Awwal - Maha Pemulaan

74. Al-'Akhir - Maha Penghabisan

75. Az-Zahir - Maha Menyatakan

76. Al-Batin - Maha Tersembunyi

77. Al-Wali - Maha Menguasai Urusan

78. Al-Muta’ali - Maha Suci/Tinggi

79. Al-Barr - Maha Bagus (Sumber Segala Kelebihan)

80. At-Tawwab - Maha Penerima Taubat

81. Al-Muntaqim - Maha Penyiksa

82. Al-‘Afuww - Maha Pemaaf

83. Ar-Ra'uf - Maha Mengasihi

84. Malik Al-Mulk - Maha Pemilik Kekuasaan

85. Thul-Jalali wal-Ikram - Maha Pemilik Keagungan dan Kemuliaan

86. Al-Muqsit - Maha Mengadili

87. Aj-Jami’ - Maha Mengumpulkan

88. Al-Ghaniyy - Maha Kaya Raya

89. Al-Mughni - Maha Penberi Kekayaan

90. Al-Mani’ - Maha Membela/Menolak

91. Ad-Darr - Maha Pembuat Bahaya

92. An-Nafi’ - Maha Pemberi Manfaat

93. An-Nur - Maha Pemberi Cahaya

94. Al-Hadi - Maha Pemberi Petunjuk

95. Al-Badi’ - Maha Indah/Tiada Bandingan

96. Al-Baqi - Maha Kekal

97. Al-Warith - Maha Membahagi/Mewarisi

98. Ar-Rashid - Maha Pandai/Bijaksana

99. As-Sabur - Maha Penyabar

FADHILAT ZIKIR ASMAUL HUSNA

(fadhilat ini dipetik dari tajuk buku Khasiat Asmaul-Husna & Himpunan Ayat-Ayat Al-Quran, susunan : Abu Nur Husnina, keluaran Pustaka Ilmi).

1. "Ya Allah!" apabila dizikirkan 500 x setiap malam, lebih-lebih lagi selepas solat tahajjud atau solat sunat 2 rakaat mempunyai pengaruh yang besar di dalam mencapai segala yang dihajati.

2. "Ya Rahman!" apabila dizikirkan sesudah solat 5 waktu sebanyak 500x, maka hati kita akan menjadi terang, tenang & sifat-sifat pelupa & gugup akan hilang dengan izin Allah.

3. "Ya Rahim!" apabila dizikirkan sebanyak 100 x setiap hari, InsyaAllah kita akan mempunyai daya penarik yang besar sekali hingga manusia merasa cinta & kasih serta sayang terhadap kita.

4. "Ya Malik!" apabila dizikirkan sebanyak 121 x setiap pagi atau setelah tergelincirnya matahari, segala perkerjaan yang dilakukan setiap hari akan mendatangkan berkat & kekayaan yang diredhai Allah.

5. "Ya Quddus!" apabila dizikirkan sebanyak 100 x setiap pagi setelah tergelincir matahari, maka hati kita akan terjaga dari semua penyakit hati seperti sombong, iri hari, dengki dll.

6. "Ya Salam!" apabila dizikirkan sebanyak 136 x, InsyaAllah jasmani & rohani kita akan terhindar dari segala penyakit sehingga badan menjadi segar sihat & sejahtera.

7. "Ya Mukmin!" apabila dizikirkan sebanyak 236 x, InsyaAllah diri kita, keluarga & segala kekayaan yang dimiliki akan terpelihara & aman dari segala macam gangguan yang merosakkan.

8. "Ya Muhaimin!" apabila dizikirkan sebanyak 145 x sesudah solat fardhu Isyak, Insyaallah fikiran & hati kita akan menjadi terang & bersih.

9. "Ya 'Aziz!" apabila dizikirkan sebanyak 40 x sesudah solat subuh, InsyaAllah, kita akan menjadi orang yang mulia, disegani orang kerana penuh kewibawaan.

10."Ya Jabbar!" apabila dizikirkan sebanyak 226 x pagi & petang, semua musuh akan menjadi tunduk & patuh dengan izin Allah.

11. "Ya Mutakabbir!" apabila dizikirkan sebanyak 662 x, maka dengan kebijaksanaan bertindak, kita akan dapat menundukkan semua musuh, bahkan mereka akan menjadi pembantu yg setia.

12."Ya Khaliq!" dibaca mengikut kemampuan atau sebanyak 731x, InsyaAllah yang ingin otak cerdas, cepat menerima sesuatu pelajaran , amalan ini akan memberikan otak kita cerdas dan cepat tangkap (faham).

13."Ya Baarii'!" sekiranya kita berada didalam kesukaran atau sedang sakit, dibaca sebanyak 100 x selama 7 hari berturut-turut, InsyaAllah kita akan terlepas dari kesukaran & sembuh dari penyakit tersebut.

14."Ya Musawwir!" sekiranya seorang isteri yang sudah lama belum mempunyai anak, maka cubalah ikhtiar ini dengan berpuasa selama 7 hari dari hari Ahad hingga Sabtu. Di waktu hendak berbuka puasa, ambil segelas air & dibacakan "Ya Musawwir" sebanyak 21 x, kemudian diminum air tersebut untuk berbuka puasa. Bagi sang suami, hendaklah berbuat perkara yang sama tetapi hanya dengan berpuasa selama 3 hari. Kemudian pada waktu hendak berjimak, bacalah zikir ini sebanyak 10 x, InsyaAllah akan dikurniakan anak yang soleh.

15."Ya Ghaffaar!" sambil beri'tikaf (diam dalam masjid dalam keadaan suci) bacalah zikir ini sebanyak 100 x sambil menunggu masuknya waktu solat Jumaat, InsyaAllah akan diampunkan dosa-dosa kita.

16."Ya Qahhaar!" dizikir menurut kemampuan atau sebanyak 306 x, maka hati kita akan dijaga dari ketamakkan & kemewahan dunia & InsyaAllah orang-orang yang selalu memusuhi kita akan sedar & tunduk akhirnya.

17. "Ya Wahhaab!" dizikir sebanyak 100 x sesudah solat fardhu, barang siapa yang selalu didalam kesempitan, Insya Allah segala kesulitan atau kesempitan dalam soal apa pun akan hilang.

18. "Ya Razzaq!" dizikir mengikut kemampuan sesudah solat fardhu khususnya solat subuh, Insya Allah akan dipermudahkan rezeki yang halal & membawa berkat. Rezeki akan datang tanpa diduga!! tetapi perlulah dilakukan dengan ikhtiar yang zahir.

19. "Ya Fattah!" dizikir sebanyak 71 x sesudah selesai solat subuh, InsyAllah hati kita akan dibuka oleh Allah, sehingga mudah menerima nasihat agama.

20. "Ya 'Aalim!" dizikir sebanyak 100 x setiap kali selesai solat Maktubah, Insya Allah akan mendapat kemakrifatan yang sempurna.

21. "Ya Qaabidhu!" dizikirkan 100 x setiap hari, maka dirinya akan semakin dekat dengan Allah & terlepas dari segala bentuk ancaman.

22. "Ya Baasithu!" Bagi mereka yg berniaga atau mempunyai usaha2 lain, kuatkanlah usaha & berniaga itu dengan memperbanyakkan membaca zikir ini setiap hari, InsyaAllah rezeki akan menjadi murah.

23. "Ya Khaa'fidh!" dizikirkan sebanyak 500 x setiap hari, dalam keadaan suci, khusyuk & tawaduk, InsyaAllah segala maksud akan ditunaikan Allah. Juga apabila mempunyai musuh, musuh itu akan jatuh martabatnya.

24. "Ya Raafi!" dizikirkan setiap hari, baik siang atau malam sebanyak 70 x, InsyaAllah keselamatan harta benda di rumah, di kedai atau di tempat-tempat lain akan selamat & terhindar dari kecurian.

25. "Ya Mu'izz!" dizikirkan sebanyak 140 x setiap hari, Insya Allah akan memperolehi kewibawaan yang besar terutama ketua-ketua jabatan atau perniagaan.

26. "Ya Muzill!" Perbanyakkanlah zikir ini setiap hari, sekiranya ada orang berhutang kepada kita & sukar untuk memintanya, InsyaAllah si penghutang akan sedar & membayar hutangnya kembali.

27. "Ya Samii'!" Sekiranya inginkan doa kita makbul & pendengaran telinga kita tajam, biasakanlah zikir ini setiap hari menurut kemampuan, lebih-lebih lagi sesudah solah Dhuha, InsyaAllah doa akan mustajab.

28. "Ya Bashiir!" Dizikirkan sebanyak 100 x sebelum solat Jumaat, InsyaAllah akan menjadikan kita terang hati, cerdas otak & selalu diberikan taufik & hidayah dari Allah.

29. "Ya Hakam!" dizikirkan sebanyak 68 x pada tengah malam dalam keadaan suci, InsyaAllah dapat membuka hati seseorang itu mudah menerima ilmu-ilmu agama & membantu kecepatan mempelajari ilmu-ilmu agama.

30. "Ya Adllu!" dizikirkan sebanyak 104 x setiap hari sesudah selesai solat 5 waktu, InsyaAllah diri kita selalu dapat berlaku adil.

31. "Ya Lathiif!" Dengan memperbanyakkan zikir ini mengikut kemampuan, InsyaAllah bagi para peniaga, ikhtiar ini akan menjadikan barangan jualannya menjadi laris & maju.

32. "Ya Khabiir!" Dengan memperbanyakkan zikir ini setiap hari, terkandung faedah yang teramat banyak sekali sesuai dengan maksud zikir ini antara lain faedahnya ialah dapat bertemu dengan teman atau anak yang telah terpisah sekian lama.

33. "Ya Haliim!" Dizikirkan sebanyak 88 x selepas solat lima waktu, bagi mereka yang mempunyai kedudukan di dalam pemerintahan, syarikat atau apa saja, InsyaAllah dipastikan kedudukannya tidak akan dicabar atau diungkit-ungkit atau tergugat.

34. "Ya 'Aziim!" dizikirkan sebanyak 12 x setiap hari untuk orang yang sekian lama menderitai sakit, InsyaAllah akan sembuh. Juga apabila dibaca 12 x kemudian ditiupkan pada tangan lalu diusap-usap pada seluruh badan, maka dengan izin Allah akan terhindar dari gangguan jin, jin syaitan & sebagainya.

35. "Ya Ghafuur!" bagi orang yang bertaubat, hendaklah memperbanyakkan zikir ini dengan mengakui dosa-dosa & beriktikad untuk tidak mengulanginya, InsyaAllah akan diterima taubatnya oleh Allah.

36. "Ya Syakuur!" dizikirkan sebanyak 40 x sehabis solat hajat, sebagai pengucapan terima kasih kepada Allah, InsyaAllah semua hajat kita akan dimakbulkan Allah. Lakukanlah setiap kali kita mempunyai hajat yang penting & terdesak.

37. "Ya 'Aliy!" Untuk mencerdaskan otak anak kita yang bebal, tulislah zikir ini sebanyak 110 x (** di dalam bahasa Arab bukan Bahasa Malaysia!!) lalu direndam pada air yang dingin & diberikan si anak meminumnya, InsyaAllah lama kelamaan otak si anak itu akan berubah cemerlang & tidak dungu lagi. InsyaAllah mujarab.

38. "Ya Kabiir!" Bagi seseorang yang kedudukannya telah dirampas atau dilucut gara-gara sesuatu fitnah, maka bacalah zikir ini sebanyak 1,000 x selama 7 hari berturut-turut dalam keadaan suci sebagai pengaduan kepada Allah. Lakukanlah sesudah solat malam (tahajud atau hajat).

39. "Ya Hafiiz!" dizikir sebanyak 99 x, InsyaAllah diri kita akan terlindung dari gangguan binatang buas terutamanya apabila kita berada di dalam hutan.

40. "Ya Muqiit!" Sekiranya kita berada di dalam kelaparan seperti ketika sesat di dalam hutan atau di mana sahaja sehingga sukar untuk mendapatkan bekalan makanan, maka perbanyakkan zikir ini. InsyaAllah badan kita akan menjadi kuat & segar kerana rasa lapar akan hilang.

41. "Ya Hasiib!" Untuk memperteguhkan kedudukan yang telah kita jawat, amalkan zikir ini sebanyak 777 x sebelum matahari terbit & selepas solat Maghrib, InsyaAllah akan meneguhkan kedudukan kita tanpa sebarang gangguan.

42. "Ya Jaliil!" Barangsiapa mengamalkan zikir ini pada sepertiga malam yang terakhir, InsyaAllah kita akan mendapati perubahaan yang mengkagumkan - perniagaan akan bertambah maju. Andai seorang pegawai, maka tanpa disedari kedudukan kita akan lebih tinggi dan terhormat & begitulah seterusnya dengan izin Allah.

43. "Ya Kariim!" Untuk mencapai darjat yang tinggi & mulia di dunia mahupun di akhirat kelak, maka amalkan zikir ini sebanyak 280 x ketika hendak masuk tidur. Nescaya Allah akan mengangkat darjat mereka yang mengamalkan zikir ini.

44. "Ya Raqiib!" Bagi meminta pertolongan kepada Allah terhadap penjagaan barang yang dikhuatirkan, maka zikirkan sebanyak 50 x setiap hari dengan niat agar barang-barang yang dikhuatirkan yang berada di tempat yang jauh & sukar dijaga terhindar dari sebarang kecurian mahupun gangguan lainnya. Bertawakkal & yakinlah kepada Allah. InsyaAllah....

45. "Ya Mujiib!" Sesungguhnya Allah adalah Zat yang menerima doa hambaNya & agar doa kita mustajab & selalu diterima Allah, hendaklah mengamalkan zikir ini sebanyak 55 x sesudah solat subuh. Insyaallah Tuhan akan mengabulkan doa kita.

46. "Ya Waasi!" Apabila di dalam kesulitan maka amalkan zikir ini sebanyak 128 x setiap pagi & petang, InsyaAllah segala kesulitan akan hilang berkat pertolongan Allah. Andai zikir ini sentiasa diamalkan, InsyaAllah Tuhan akan menjaga kita dari hasad dengki sesama makhluk.

47. "Ya Hakiim!" Bagi pelajar atau sesiapa sahaja yang memperbanyakkan zikir ini setiap hari, InsyaAllah akalnya akan menjadi cerdas & lancar didalam menghafal & mengikuti pelajaran. Amalkanlah sekurang-kurangnya 300x setiap hari.

48. "Ya Waduud!" Amalkan zikir ini sebanyak 11,000 x pada setiap malam. InsyaAllah kita akan menjadi insan yang sentiasa bernasib baik, disayangi & rumahtangga kita akan sentiasa berada didalam keadaan harmoni.

49. "Ya Majiid!" Untuk ketenteraman keluarga di mana setiap anggota keluarga sentiasa menyayangi & menghormati & khasnya kita sebagai ketua keluarga, maka amalkan zikir ini sebanyak 99 x, sesudah itu hembuskan kedua belah tapak tangan & usap ke seluruh muka. InsyaAllah semua anggota keluarga kita akan menyayangi & menghormati kita sebagai ketua keluarga.

50. "Ya Baa'its!" Zikirkan sebanyak 100 x dengan meletakkan kedua tangan ke dada, InsyaAllah akan memberi kelapangan dada dengan ilmu & hikmah.

51. "Ya Syahiid!" Apabila ada di kalangan anggota keluarga kita yang suka membangkang dan sebagainya, maka zikirkan sebanyak 319 x secara berterusan setiap malam sehingga si pembangkang akan sedar & berubah perangainya.

52. "Ya Haq"! Perbanyakkan zikir ini, InsyaAllah ianya sangat berfaedah sekali untuk menebalkan iman & taat di dalam menjalankan perintah Allah.

53. "Ya Wakiil" Sekiranya terjadi hujan yang disertai ribut yang kuat, atau terjadi gempa, maka ketika itu perbanyakkan zikir ini, InsyaAllah bencana tersebut akan menjadi reda & kembali seperti sediakala.

54. "Ya Qawiy!" Amalkan zikir ini sebanyak mungkin agar kita tidak gentar apabila berdepan dengan sebarang keadaan mahupun berdepan dengan si zalim.

55. "Ya Matiin!" Amalkanlah zikir ini sebanyak mungkin kerana ianya mempunyai fadhilat yang besar sekali, antaranya untuk mengembalikan kekuatan sehingga musuh merasa gentar untuk mengganggu.

56. "Ya Waliy!" Barangsiapa yang menjawat sebarang jawatan atau kedudukan, maka amatlah elok sekali mengamalkan zikir ini sebanyak mungkin kerana dengan izinNya,kedudukan kita akan kukuh & terhindar dari sebarang gangguan oleh orang-orang yang bersifat dengki.

57. "Ya Hamiid!" Perbanyakkan zikir ini sebagai pengakuan bahawa hanya Allah sahaja yang paling berhak menerima segala pujian.

58. "Ya Muhshiy!" Sekiranya kita inginkan diri kita digolongkan didalam pertolongan yang selalu dekat dengan Allah (muraqabah), maka amalkan zikir ini sebanyak mungkin sesudah solat 5 waktu.

59. "Ya Mubdiu!" Agar segala apa yang kita rancangkan akan berhasil, maka zikirkan sebanyak 470 x setiap hari. InsyaAllah....

60. "Ya Mu'id!" Andai ada anggota keluarga yang menghilangkan diri dan sebagainya, amalkan zikir ini sebanyak 124 x setiap hari sesudah solat. InsyaAllah dipertunjukkan akan hasilnya.

61. "Ya Muhyiy!" amalkan zikir ini sebanyak 58 x setiap hari, InsyaAllah kita akan diberikan kemuliaan darjat dunia & akhirat kelak.

62. "Ya Mumiit!" Barangsiapa memperbanyakkan zikir ini, InsyaAllah akan dipermudahkan didalam perniagaan, berpolitik dan sebagainya.

63. "Ya Hayyu!" Untuk mencapai kekuatan mental/batiniah didalam menjalani kehidupan, perbanyakkanlah zikir ini.

64. "Ya Qayyuum!" Telah berkata Imam Ghazali bahawa barangsiapa yang ingin memperolehi harta yang banyak lagi berkat, ingin dikasihi oleh setiap manusia, ingin berwibawa, ditakuti musuh & ingin menjadi insan yang terhormat, maka berzikirlah dgn "Ya Hayyu Ya Qayyuum..." sebanyak 1,000 x setiap malam atau siang hari. Hendaklah melakukannya secara berterusan, Insya Allah akan tercapai segala hajat.

65. "Ya Waajid!" Andai berkeinginan keperibadian yang kukuh, tidak mudah terpengaruh & teguh pendirian, maka perbanyakkan zikir ini.

66. "Ya Maajid!" Demi kecerdasan otak dan agar dipermudahkan hati untuk menerima pelajaran, maka hendaklah pelajar tersebut memperbanyakkan zikir ini setiap hari.

67. "Ya Waahid!" Bagi pasangan yang belum mempunyai cahayamata & tersangat ingin untuk menimangnya, amalkanlah zikir ini sebanyak 190 x setiap kali selesai menunaikan solat 5 waktu selama satu bulan & selama itu juga hendaklah berpuasa sunat Isnin & Khamis, Insya Allah...

68. "Ya Somad! Ketika dalam kelaparan akibat sesat atau kesempitan hidup, maka pohonlah kepada Allah dengan zikir ini sebanyak mungkin. InsyaAllah, diri akan berasa segar & sentiasa.

69. "Ya Qaadir!" Apabila kita berhajatkan sesuatu namun ianya selalu gagal, maka amalkan zikir ini sebanyak 305 x setiap hari, Insya Allah segala hajat akan berhasil.

70. "Ya Muqtadir!" Agar tercapai tujuan yang dikehendaki, selain dari berikhtiar secara lahariah, maka berzikirlah dengan zikir ini seberapa mampu sehingga ikhtiar kita itu berhasil kerana zikir ini akan mempercepatkan keberhasilan hajat kita.

71. "Ya Muqaddim!" Menurut Imam Ahmad bin Ali Al-Buuniy, beliau berkata "Barangsiapa yang berzikir dengan zikir ini sebanyak 184 x setiap hari, InsyaAllah, nescaya segala usahanya akan berhasil".

72. "Ya Muahkhir"! Bagi meninggikan lagi ketaatan kita kepada Allah, perbanyakkanlah zikir ini.

73. "Ya Awwal!!" Barangsiapa yang mengamalkan zikir ini sebanyak 37 x setiap hari, InsyaAllah segala apa yang dihajati akan diperkenankan Allah.

74. "Ya Aakhir!" Amalkan berzikir sebanyak 200 x sesudah solat 5 waktu selama satu bulan, InsyaAllah Tuhan akan membuka pintu rezeki yang halal.

75. "Ya Dhaahir!" Amalkanlah zikir ini sebanyak 1,106 x selesai solat waktu di tempat yang sunyi (khalwat), nescaya Allah akan membuka hijab padanya dari segala rahsia yang pelik & sukar serta diberi kefahaman ilmu.

76. "Ya Baathinu!" Seperti no. 75 jugak, tetapi amalkan sebanyak 30 x sesudah solat fardhu.

77. "Ya Waaliy!" Memperbanyakkan zikir ini setiap pagi & petang boleh menyebabkan seseorang itu menjadi orang yang ma'rifat, iaitu hatinya dibuka oleh Allah. Difahamkan para wali Allah selalu memperbanyakkan zikir ini

78. "Ya Muta'aAliy!" Sekiranya kita akan berjumpa dengan mereka yang berkedudukan tinggi atau mereka yang sukar untuk ditemui, maka bacalah zikir ini sebanyak mungkin sewaktu mengadap. InsyaAllah dengan mudah kita akan berjumpa dengannya & segala hajat yang penting-penting akan berhasil.

79. "Ya Bar!" Amalkanlah zikir ini sebanyak mungkin setiap hari, InsyaAllah segala apa yang kita hajati akan terlaksana dengan mudah.

80. "Ya Tawwaab!" Bagi orang yang selalu membuat dosa & ingin bertaubat maka hendaklah memperbanyakkan zikir ini supaya dengan mudah diberikan petunjuk kembali ke jalan yang lurus.

81. "Ya Muntaqim!" Jika kita berhadapan dengan orang yang zalim, supaya dia tidak melakukan kezalimannya terhadap kita, maka hendaklah kita memperbanyakkan zikir ini setiap kali sesudah solat fardhu. Insyaallah, kita akan mendapat pertolongan Allah.

82. "Ya 'Afuww!" Barangsiapa memperbanyakkan zikir ini, nescaya dia akan diampuni segala dosanya oleh Allah.

83. "Ya Rauuf!" Bagi sesiapa yang inginkan dirinya disenangi oleh teman atau sesiapa sahaja yang memandangnya, amalkan zikir ini seberapa mampu samada pada waktu siang mahupun malam.

84. "Ya Maalikul Mulki!" Seseorang pengarah atau ketua yang ingin kedudukan yang kekal & tetap tanpa diganggu gugat, hendaklah selalu mengamalkan zikir ini sebanyak 212 x sesudah solat fardhu & 212 pada setiap malam selama sebulan. InsyaAllah akan mendapat pertolongan Allah.

85. "Ya Zul Jalaali wal Ikraam!" Amalkanlah zikir ini sebanyak 65 x setiap hari selama sebulan, InsyaAllah segala hajat kita akan tercapai dengan pertolongan Allah.

86. "Ya Muqsith!" Berzikirlah dengan zikir ini mengikut kemampuan, InsyaAllah Tuhan akan menganugerahkan sifat adil kepada mereka yang mengamalkannya.

87. "Ya Jaami'!" Sekiranya ada dikalangan keluarga kita atau isteri kita yang lari dari rumah, maka amalkanlah zikir ini sebanyak mungkin pada setiap hari dengan niat semoga Allah menyedarkan orang tersebut. Dengan izin Allah orang yang lari itu akan pulang dalam jangka waktu yang singkat.

88. "Ya Ghaniy!" Amalkanlah zikir ini pada setiap hari sebanyak mungkin, InsyaAllah apa yang kita usahakan akan cepat berhasil & kekayaan yang kita perolehi itu akan mendapat berkat.

89. "Ya Mughniy!" Mintalah kekayaan yang bermanfaat untuk kehidupan dunia & akhirat kepada Allah dengan memperbanyakkan zikir ini, InsyaAllah segala hajat kita akan tercapai.

90. "Ya Maani'!" Andai kita selalu mengamalkan zikir ini sebanyak 161 x pada waktu menjelang solat subuh setiap hari, InsyaAllah kita akan terhindar dari orang-orang yang zalim & suka membuat angkara.

91. "Ya Dhaarr!" Asma ini sangat berguna didalam ikhtiar kita untuk menyembuhkan sesuatu penyakit yang mana sudah lama dihidapi & telah puas dihidapi & telah puas diubati. Amalkanlah zikir ini sebanyak 1001 x pada setiap hari, InsyaAllah dengan ikhtiar ini penyakit itu akan cepat sembuh.

92. "Ya Naafi' "! Menurut Imam Ahmad Al-Buuniy, barangsiapa mengamalkan zikir ini setiap hari, maka bagi orang yang sakit, sakitnya akan sembuh, & bagi orang yang susah akan dihilangkan kesusahannya dengan izin Allah.

93. "Ya Nuur!" Menurut Sheikh Ahmad bin Muhammad As Shawi, barangsiapa yang menghendaki kemuliaan yang agung & memperolehi apa yang dimaksudkan baik kebaikan dunia mahupun kebaikan di akhirat kelak, maka hendaklah selalu berzikir dengan zikir ini setiap pagi & petang.

94. "Ya Haadiy!" Bagi sesiapa yang dalam perjalanan ke suatu tempat tertentu, kemudian ia tersesat, hendaklah ia memohon petunjuk Allah dengan memperbanyakkan zikir ini, Insya Allah akan diberikan pertolongan Allah akan cepat lepas dari kesesatan tersebut.

95. "Ya Baadii!" Andai kita mempunyai rancangan yang sangat penting & bagi memastikan rancangan kita itu berjaya & berjalan lancar, maka berzikirlah dengan zikir ini sebanyak 500 x selepas solat fardhu. InsyaAllah Tuhan akan memberikan pertolongan hingga rancangan kita berjaya & berjalan lancar.

96. "Ya Baaqy!" Amalkanlah zikir ini sebanyak mungkin tanpa mengira batas waktu, InsyaAllah dengan ikhtiar ini semua perkerjaan yang telah menjadi punca rezeki tidak akan mudah terlepas, perniagaan tidak akan rugi atau bankrap dengan berkat zikir ini.

97. "Ya Waarits!" Sekiranya kita berzikir sebanyak 500 x selepas solat fardhu atau sebagainya, supaya segala urusan kita itu berjalan lancar, maka hendaklah pada setiap malam berzikir dengan zikir ini sebanyak 707 x. InsyaAllah berkat zikir ini Allah akan memberi petunjuk sehingga usaha kita akan berhasil dengan baik & memberangsangkan.

98. "Ya Rasyiid!" Walaupun kita tergolong didalam golongan yang cerdas otak, namun biasakanlah zikir ini sebanyak mungkin, nescaya otak kita akan menjadi bertambah cerdas.

99. "Ya Shabuur!" Agar kita diberi kesabaran oleh Allah dalam segala hal, maka perbanyakkanlah zikir ini menurut kemampuan. Dengan sifat sabar & penuh pengharapan kepada Allah, maka segala usaha & upaya akan mencapai kejayaan.

FADHILAT ZIKIR ASMAUL HUSNA

Doa-doa Yang Makbul:

1. Orang yang terdesak.

2. Orang yang teraniaya/dizalimi.

3. Anak yang berbuat baik terhadap kedua ibubapanya.

4. Doa seorang Muslim yang tidak berbuat zalim & tidak memutuskan silaturrahim.

Tanda-tanda Doa Yang Makbul:

1. Terasa sesuatu yang menakutkan.

2. Menangis tatkala berdoa.

3. Terasa menggeletar.

Cara-cara Berdoa:

1. Bersungguh-sungguh semasa berdoa. Rasulullah s.a.w pernah bersabda:

"Sesungguhnya Allah amat menyukai orang yang bersungguh-sungguh semasa ia berdoa"

2. Menghadirkan diri kpd Allah dengan penuh kekhusyukkan kerana Allah tidak menerima doa dari hati yang lalai.

3. Hendaklah makanan, minuman, pakaian dan sebagainya dari harta yang halal kerana sesungguhnya Allah itu baik & menerima melainkan yang baik belaka.

4. Doa itu bukan bertujuan untuk melakukan dosa, khianat, memutuskan silaturrahim & jangan sesekali memohon SEGERA dimakbulkan doa tersebut.

5. Digalakkan memperbanyakkan menyebut Asmaul Husna, dimulai dengan bertaubat, istighfar, hamdalah serta selawat ke atas Rasulullah s.a.w & para sahabat.

6. Sebelum berdoa, bersedekahlah terlebih dahulu (al-fatihah dan sebagainya).

KATA-KATA NASIHAT IBNU QAYYIM

* Di dalam hati manusia ada kekusutan dan tidak akan terurai kecuali menerima kehendak Allah swt.

* Di dalam hati manusia ada keganasan dan tidak akan hilang kecuali berjinak dengan dengan Allah swt

* Di dalam hati manusia ada kesedihan dan tidak akan hilang kecuali seronok mengenali Allah swt

* Di dalam hati manusia ada kegelisahan dan tidak akan tenang damai kecuali berlindung, bertemu dan berjumpa denganNya

*

Di dalam hati manusia ada penyesalan dan tidak akan padam kecuali redha dengan suruhan dan laranganNya serta qadha dan qadarNya serta kesenantiasaan sabar sehingga menemuiNya

*

Di dalam hati manusia ada hajat dan tidak akan terbendung kecuali kecintaan kepadaNya dan bermohon kepadaNya.

*

Kesentiasaan berzikir kepadaNya adalah keikhlasan sebenar kepadaNya. . . . . . Andai dunia dan isinya diberikan kepada manusia masih tidak lagi dapat membendunghajat hati sihamba itu.

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Lets open the book, shall we?
90s Kid21Added by 90s Kid21


8:58 a.m.

AGENT: Excuse me, Sir.
SIR: What is it, Chip?
CHIP: Sir, we've just received word from Washington. About 12 minutes ago a plane crashed into the North Tower of the World Trade Center.
SIR: How big?
CHIP: 767, Sir.
SIR: I got a bad feeling about this one, Chip. If that tower comes down, New York is going to look all... unbalanced. Unbalance makes me queasy, Chip. I don't know if I can be President of a city that makes me queasy.
CHIP: Sir, you're President of the United States, not New York City.

A school bell rings.

BUSH: Oh! That's my cue. How's my tie?
CHIP: Fine, Sir.
BUSH: Okay. Chip? What are those four-legged blanket things that eat thistles? You know, the horn-head things?
CHIP: Uh... goats, Sir?

The Pet Goat, Part 1: Of Goats and Eating Things.


a girl got a pet gōat.
she liked to go running with her pet gōat.
she plāyed with her gōat in her house.
she plāyed with her gōat in her yard.


but the gōat did some things that made the girl's
dad mad. the gōat ate things. he ate cans and he ate canes.
he ate pans and he ate panes. he even ate capes and caps.


one dāy her dad said, "that gōat must go. he ēats too many things."


the girl said, "dad, if you let the gōat stay with us, I will see that he stops ēating all those things."


her dad said, "we will try it."


so the gōat stāyed and the girl made him stop ēating
cans and canes and caps and capes.


This girl is a go-getter! Goat seems like fun too.




This is getting tough. I could sure do with a holiday.

Canes and panes...

...What are these things?


...Are they goat food?





Seems like everything turned out okay for the blanket thing. I need a break.
9:05 a.m.
"Dammit, Chip!"
RadicalXAdded by RadicalX

BUSH (whispering): Chip! Hold up two for "balanced", one for "unbalanced"!

Chip holds up a closed fist.

BUSH (whispering): Dammit, Chip! Give me something to work with here!
CHIEF OF STAFF (whispering): Sir, a second plane has hit the World Trade Center. America is under attack.

Bush looks confused.

BUSH: ...uh... Chip? Where's Laura?
CHIP: According to the manifest Sir, she's performing a "closing forever" ceremony at the New Orleans Emergency Response Centre.
BUSH: Okay Chip, I want you to call her and tell her "George needs more disposable razor blades." She'll know what to do.

The Pet Goat, Part 2: More Things about The Pet Goat.


but one dāy a robber came to the girl's house. he saw a big red car nēar the house and said "I will stēal that car."


he ran to the car and started to ōpen the dōōr.


the girl and the gōat were plāying in the back yard. they did not see the car robber.


more to come


If you wanna steal stuff, you should only tell the folks on the Supreme Court who're gonna give it to ya.






Wait, more to come? I can't wait 'til later!
Later: our Reluctant Hero goes to spread democracy

BUSH: Laura! They're talkin' about me on the TV again!
LAURA: That's nice, honey.
BUSH: Boy, Chip. That cardboard thing sure taught me a lot about foreign policy.
CHIP: It's called a book, Sir. It was about a goat.



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