Saturday, January 11, 2014

Misi kemanusiaan 1

Salam semua.

Sempena awal tahun 2014 ni aku ada azam baru iaitu membantu orang yang kurang berkemampuan. Alhamdulillah niat aku dipermudahkan oleh Allah, pada awal Januari ini hati aku tertarik dengan satu artikel dari blog http://zunairahghani.blogspot.com berkenaan murid sekolah rendah yang mahu membayar yuran sekolah dgn duit syiling tapi tak cukup. Untuk lebih detail sila lah click link tersebut.

Dipendekkan cerita, jadinya aku telah membuat satu gerakan mengumpul donation untuk adik khatijah dan syafiqah ni, dua orang murid sekolah yang dirasakan layak utk dikategorikan sebagai miskin tegar. Untuk permulaan aku cuma buat dikalangan rakan-rakan sekerja dan rakan sewaktu di universiti dulu.

Alhamdulillah.

Awalnya perancangan aku cuma berskala kecil, dengan assumption seorang donate Rm10-20, dengan cuma target seramai 20 orang, aku akan dapat sumbangkan RM200-400 kpd keluarga ini. Tapi dengan kuasa Allah, aku dapat kumpulkan lebih dari jumlah tersebut. Alhamdulillah. 

Jadinya di bawah ni aku attachkan gambar sebagai tatapan korang yang bahawasanya rakyat Malaysia masih ramai yang miskin tegar dan keduanya rakyat Malaysia ramai yang prihatin.
















Alhamdulillah..kebetulan semasa aku nak hand over duit sumbangan tu, terdapat badan-badan NGO yang turut serta mengadakan majlis khas utk adik-adik ni. Siap ada group-group kereta datang secara berkumpulan, semuanya membawa sumbangan masing-masing. Alhamdulillah aku berjaya berjumpa secara personal dengan adik khatijah dan syafiqah. Duit sumbangan tu aku directly bagi ke penjaga mereka a.k.a. atuk kepada adik khatijah.

Aku turut sempat bertanya kepada person in charge majlis tersebut sama ada wakil rakyat turun ke padang atau tidak, alhamdulillah mereka turun. walaupun hanya selepas cerita ini tersebar luas melalui blog dan facebok. Its better late than never.

Jadi nya selepas tu, aku termenung ke arah rumah-rumah flat disitu, kanak-kanak yang bermain di situ, aku terfikir macam mana tergamaknye orang-orang atasan terutamanya ahli politik boleh hidup senang lenang di rumah besar masing-masing, tanpa menghiraukan orang-orang yang macam ini??

Macam mana apabila ditanya tentang kenaikan harga barang dan lain-lain, mereka menjawab "Sampai bila nak harapkan kerajaan, think positif, usaha lagi, kalau sekarang buat satu kerja, buat dua atau tiga kerja, melayu kena majukan diri bla bla bla bla"

Cuba fikirkan balik, kalau nak sekolah pun tak mampu, peluang apa lagi yang diorang ada?



Sekian.




Thursday, December 5, 2013

<------ Daddy-to-be !!


 Already 2 month ~~~~


 Alhamdulillah ~~~~


Yeayyy ~~~~~


Weeeee ~~~


Semoga menjadi anak yang soleh/solehah...Amin ~~~





Saturday, October 19, 2013

Korang apa cerita

Hai. Korang apa cerita? Oh lupa kasi tahu. Aku dah berkahwin dgn pilihan hati bulan mac yang lepas. Gaya aku cerita macam ada orang nak amek tahu pasal aku.kakaka.

Ok. Now.

Sekarang ni mesti korang ingat aku nak sembang pasal institusi kekeluargaan kan? Tak sebenarnya. Main topik aku ialah kucing aku. Kucing aku ni namanya Yomi (sempena gwiyomi yang acah acah comel tu). Kucing aku adalah seekor kucing yang maveles dan gojes. Pasal apa?

1. Dia pandai kejut waktu subuh

Uniknya yomi ni dia pandai ketuk pintu bilik aku bila waktu subuh. Mcm mana dia tahu dah subuh ke belom tu aku pun sendiri musykil. Aku syak dia dengar azan. Tapi kalau sebelum subuh dia mmg tak kacau. Memang nais.

2. Kucing yang penyabar.

Sesetengah kucing tak suka kalau kite over-belai dia. Ceh apesal ayat aku mcm dokumentari kucing pulak ni.Siyul. Ok. Yomi ni pulak aku memang la sangat suka membuli dia dgn belaian yang agresif. Dan aku suka training dia berjalan pakai dua kaki mcm manusia. Punya la sabar yomi ni dia tak marah atau cakar atau gigit pun bila aku buli dia. Cumanya dia buat muka malas nak layan jelah.

3. Mesra alam.

Yomi sebenarnya dulu aku kutip tepi jalan je. Yer, aku nasihatkan korang baik korang bela kucing jalanan sebabnya diorang lah yang lebih memerlukan kebaikan hati korang berbanding kucing mahal yang dah tentu tuan kedai tu bagi makan sedap2. Berbalik kepada yomi, bila mana aku kutip kucing lain balik ke rumah, dia akan immediately berbaik dgn kucing tersebut. Biasanya ada kucing yang garang dgn kucing foreigner.

Haaa awesome tak kucing aku? Laa ni dia tgh ketuk2 pintu bilik aku nak masuk bilik. Boring la tu kat luar.

Sebelum aku blah aku nak letak gambau si yomi tu kat sini tapi masalahnye aku berblog kat henpon je ni ha.tak reti pulak nak attach gambau. Next time je ah.

K adiosss muchachossss ~~~~

Wednesday, July 17, 2013

Kata kata hikmah

hai.happy ramadhan all. lama xberbloging.maksudnya bila aku berbloging ni aku ingin mengatakan sesuatu yang penting.


keep reading.


sekarang aku berada di atas katil sambil berbloging mengunakan hp. ok takde kaitan sebenarnya.


pernah tak korang rasekan life u all dah reach the limit? where you cant go higher, tak boleh nak achieve more. "yup, this is the limit."


atau dengan erti kata lain korang tgh down dgn hidup korang. atau tak berpuas hati dgn pencapaian korang. atau apa2 yg seerti dengannya.


ini ucapan utk korang.


keep moving on. whatever happen to your life, just do your best in anything you do. dont give up. if you fail, start again.start from fresh. dont think you alredy late to stand up again. takde istilah terlewat dalam hidup ni. even in islam teach us walaupun esok kiamat and kat tangan kite ade benih pokok, tanam benih tu. no such word "late". work hard. if you still fail, then try harder. usaha tangga kejayaan. thats true.



ok sekian. aku nak tido. semoga kata2 aku ni ade bawak manfaat kepada sesiapa yg baca. kalo takde pun untuk diri aku sendiri. kalo aku sendiri pun tak bace harap2 pakcik google bace. kan google know everything.

k.bye.
















Monday, January 14, 2013

THE LOOK EAST POLICY


From blog Che det

1. I was in Tokyo recently to participate in the celebration of the 30th year of the Look East Policy. Some 15,000 young Malaysians were educated or trained in Japan during those years. Strangely I have not heard anyone of them complain about the policy or their participation. They all seem to be happy with their experience under the Look East Policy.
2. There must be at least a few who may not be happy. But I have not met them. .
3. They all seem to be employed and a few have started their own businesses in Malaysia or in Japan. Some are married to Japanese girls.

4. I would like to claim that the Look East Policy was good for Malaysia. Those trained under the programme seem to have imbibed some Japanese characters and values. Actually the Look East Policy was not so much about getting Japanese investments or technologies as it was about learning Japanese work ethics and the discipline of the work place. I believe strongly that the success or otherwise of a person, a race or a nation is dependent on their values, their work ethics and their discipline when doing whatever they have to do. .
5. In 1961 when I went to Japan for the first time I observed their diligence and dedication in the work of rebuilding their nation. It was already 16 years after the near-total destruction of their country but there was hardly any trace of it. Everywhere I saw people busily constructing new buildings, everywhere I saw cement-mixer trucks being driven to worksites and back to the mixing plants. .
6. I did not see any foreign cars but their cars did not look so good. What struck me most was their behaviour when there was a collision. The drivers came out, bowed to each other and then drove off. What happened after that I do not know. .
7. Hotel workers did not accept tips but their service cannot be faulted. Japanese hotel staff, including managers, line up to welcome me upon arrival and to wave goodbye when I leave even after I cease to be the Prime Minister of Malaysia. .
8. I was familiar with Japanese products before the Pacific War. They were shoddy and breakdown easily. When a Japanese exhibition ship came to Singapore during my student days, there were crude jokes about scratching the paint off their cars and finding the “Milo” label underneath. .
9. By the time I went to Japan, the quality of their cameras and motorcycles could not be questioned. They were superb. So were their watches. Japanese brands had become the mark of quality. .
10. Since 1961, I had visited Japan very many times and I was amazed at their progress and the speed with which they demolished their old reputation for low quality. And I wished we in Malaysia could be like them. .
11. Everyone knows about “hara-kiri” or “seppuku” the Japanese practice of ritual suicide when they failed in whatever they were tasked to do. When Japan lost the war thousands of Japanese soldiers committed suicide. .
12. I thought at first that this Japanese practice was quite inhuman and uncivilised. Then I realised that the Japanese have a strong sense of shame. When they fail they consider it so shameful that life was not worth living. .
13. They do not commit hara-kiri now but some of their Ministers would resign if something wrong happened in their ministry. They would accordingly try not to fail in their work. .
14. I noticed the quality and fineness of the handmade bamboo products. I believe that this is the result of their trying to avoid feeling ashamed of shoddy work. .
15. I think that is why the Japanese produce such high quality products we are familiar with today. Their cars are of the best quality. Really they are as good as the top German cars. In fact in many ways they are better. And I believe this derives from their desire not to be ashamed of their work. .
16. Japan is far more secure than most other countries in the East or the West. We don’t read reports of people being coshed in the parks or dark streets. Certainly burglary is not as common as it is in Malaysia. .
17. Cleanliness is almost a fetish in Japan. Young school children would not throw rubbish on the road. They would carry whatever they wanted to get rid off until they find a rubbish bin. Japanese employees with ties on can be seen watering and sweeping the pavements in front of their shops. No Malaysian would do this, certainly not with their ties on. .
18. Japanese factory workers often arrive early at the work place to discuss with fellow-workers their target for the day. They regard the next shift as their customers who must be served well. They would clean up their work-bench before going off, so that the next shift can start work immediately. They are constantly trying to improve their products. They call this “kaizen”. .
19. They have workers unions but they seldom go on strike. Certainly we do not hear of a general strike which really is a political act. They remain loyal to their company for life. .
20. In return the company looks after the workers. Until lately they do not sack their workers, preferring to reassign them if the company did not do well or the workers have become unproductive. .
21. In recent years they have abandoned this practice. The sacked workers feel so ashamed that they refuse to go home to their families. During the recession the unemployed workers would erect huts of blue plastic in open spaces or wide road dividers and live in them. They would go around collecting tin-cans to shape them into toys to sell for a living. This is something that you do not see anywhere else. The unemployed always expect to be on dole provided by Governments. I have not seen destitute tramps in rags in Japan as I have seen in many Western countries. .
22. The Japanese really work hard. This one single character contributes the most to the success of individuals, society or nation. They are not laid back. Akio Morita, the founder of Sony Corporation, tells in his book about how the Japanese worker was willing to be paid with a ball of rice with soya sauce in the early years after the war. That willingness must have contributed much to the recovery of Japan and high pay that Japanese workers enjoy now. .
23. Working hard may not mean working smart, but certainly it is much more productive than not working or being laid back. .
24. Watching the Japanese and their progress over the years convinced me that adopting their work ethics and the discipline of their work place would do the same for Malaysians and Malaysia. .
25. And so hardly a year after becoming Prime Minister, with the authority vested in me I proposed the Look East Policy. Many in my cabinet the administration and the public questioned the wisdom of this policy. Many said why copy the copier; why not go to the source of modern industrial civilisation. But enough accepted the novel policy and so the Look East Policy was adopted and implemented. .
26. I believe it is a success. At the Tokyo forum organised by Nomura Securities, Nikkei and Khazanah, the talk was about the future strategies and form that the Look East Policy would take. But whatever, the one single most important aspect of the Look East Policy is the development of a value system, a work culture and ethics that is compatible with success. And among them should be the cultivation of a strong sense of shame when delivering results which do not give pride to the person, the people or the country. This feeling of shame will make us work hard to deliver the best in everything that we do. That is the essence of the Look East Policy. May it continue for the next 30 years at least. .
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