Saturday, August 22, 2009

.: Ramadhan mubarak :.


First day.


Ramadhan is finally here.
  • A month to do some soul-searching by reflecting on the things we have done all this while.
  • A month to be humble, compassionate, benevolent, giving, caring, forgiving to every single creation created by God.
  • A month to evoke our initial existence, the sole reason we are sent to this world.
  • A month to worship God, do all that He has commanded us to do and avoid all that He has forbidden us from doing
  • A month to seek forgiveness and embark on the road of repentance.

Wishing all the readers a happy Ramadhan and may Allah S.W.T make it easy for us during this blessed month.

All in the name of becoming a better Muslim in His eyes.

6.15am Malaysian Time

15 comments:

Mina said...

Allahu akram sis allahu akram:)

nadia said...

Ramadan mubarak, Sis!

Ms.Unique said...

Ramadan Mubarak to u and ur Family ...

And all those good reminders are bot just for one month only dear ... it's for the whole year .. :p

Jeanne-ming said...

Ai Ya, Shiao Jye. Ni how shing ku.
Your writing is soulful. Yes, mandarin...hard. I work near Zhong Shan in Guang Dong...Bless you. Wonderful Blog.

Hajar said...

Mina :: ^^

Nadia :: To you too! :)

Ms.Unique :: Thanks sis. ^ Yeah, the reminders are not meant for a month ... a year ... but it is more of a lifetime kind' a thing. :)

Jeanne-ming :: Aa~ Ni zhen limao!

Thank you. You're too kind. It is hard, but I will prevail. :) Zhong Shan? I think it borders with Guangzhou and Foshan. Looking forward to more of your works and God bless you too. ^ Thanks for visiting.

Hajar Zamzam Ismail said...

May you experience happiness and blessings this month insha Allah!

Jeanne-ming said...

Yes, near Zhu Hai.

Mina said...

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ipv6 said...

Happy ramadan to ya too and good luck wth your Mandarin's learning curves,me hope it will come quite handy to deciper those whose speak evil of you, thinking you won't understand a bit about the brouhaha face before you. It would be interesting then. ;)

BTW, me wondering why they spoke so loud and soooo noisy eh?so sook I must say!

Sabrina said...

Ramadan Mubarak Hajar! I pray this month brings ease to the hard times we're all facing. May Allah reward us for our patience in times of stuggle. Ameen
and jazakaAllah for your words of encouragement earlier! Much appreciated. :)

Hajar said...

Hajar Zamzam Ismail :: Ameen! The same goes to you too sis!

Jeanne-ming :: Awesome!

Mina :: Aww~ thanks sis. :)

ipv6 :: Thanks bro. I happen to grasp the 'evil speak' easily. But I have never undergone that situation, yet.

The situations I normally encounter is, they'll be joking in Chinese and if I overhear/get it, I'll laugh. Then they'll start going, "I think she knows Chinese ... she laughed at my joke! I swear she's laughing!".

Sook? As in the market [souq] in Arabic or you're referring to shiok? It depends really. Maybe hey're excited about something. But that happens with just about anyone. :)

Sabrina :: Ramadhan Mubarak ya ukhti~!!! JazakAllahu khairan wa ameen! I hope things are better at your end. ^^

Melissa said...

Ramadan Mubarak sister.
What a lovely post, so simple and so true.


I gave you an award at my blog by the way. :)

Hajar said...

Thanks sis! Ramadhan Mubarak to you too! :)

ipv6 said...

sook as ineffectuality/cowardly.
Just about anyone eh? yea true, but the things is, am talking about the local chinese..

Hajar said...

I must have failed to notice that.