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Islamic Terms – no 3

In order to understand Islam it is necessary to know the meaning of certain key terms and the identity of some proper names. Most of them are in the Arabic language, and there is often no equivalent in English or in other tongues.

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March 12, 2008 Posted by | Arabic, English | | 1 Comment

Islamic Terms – no 2

In order to understand Islam it is necessary to know the meaning of certain key terms and the identity of some proper names. Most of them are in the Arabic language, and there is often no equivalent in English or in other tongues.

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March 12, 2008 Posted by | Arabic, English | | Leave a comment

Islamic Terms – no 1

In order to understand Islam it is necessary to know the meaning of certain key terms and the identity of some proper names. Most of them are in the Arabic language, and there is often no equivalent in English or in other tongues.

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March 10, 2008 Posted by | Arabic, English | | 1 Comment

Doctor’s Diagnosis : Fever

DoctorDefinition-Normal body temperature varies by person, age, activity, and time of day. The average normal body temperature is 98.6°F (37°C).

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February 22, 2008 Posted by | English, Perubatan, Tazkirah | , | 1 Comment

Let us Present a Better Choice!

The teenage years, the years of being young. A world of raging hormones, difficult choices and of course, happy times. In the literature component that we had to study during our high school years, the poem “The Road not Taken” by Robert Frost is perhaps the most oft-quoted and remembered, even amongst lit-haters, which encompassed quite a number of students~! :-p

And why that is; is simple: the poem spoke about the author having to make difficult choices, between what is easy and what he really wants. Sounds very much like the theme of teenage years to me! How many times in a day we lamented about that the might –have-beens: the scholarship we rejected (or got rejected…hehe), the guy we said “no” to, the hundred dollars spent on the new shirt…ah now it sounds biographical….hehe.

Our youth are mostly about choices.
Maybe in our early teenage years (13-17 age), the choices are made by our environment: the school we went to, the friends we made. And then came the dreaded SPM results and we were entrusted with our first life-changing decision: what course to take, which subsequently would chart the direction of our working years. Not easy. And then a slew of things would come up: college, new environments, love life, freedom… the start of our young adult years (18-20 ish..heh) is about making our own choices, and being responsible for it.

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February 21, 2008 Posted by | English, Tazkirah | Leave a comment