Ya Allah, sesungguhnya aku berlindung kepada-Mu dari kegundahan hati dan kesedihan,
Dan aku berlindung kepada-Mu dari sifat lemah dan malas,
Dan aku berlindung kepada-Mu dari sifat penakut dan bakhil,
Dan aku berlindung kepada-Mu dari lilitan hutang dan tekanan orang.

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Wednesday, April 21, 2010

..When I have no ideas...


wah, for the first time since long time ago, I'm addicted to my own blog. =p



okay, okay, to be honest, i don't have any idea what to write for my action research proposal (so, it explains why i am 'lingering' here) Still thinking of the topic. i have a few in my mind. but it seems that i can't expand more on the idea. oh, writer's block.


Writer's block?



I used to love reading (in earlier phase of my life) and i often read about the writers' biography. They always wrote their appreciation to the close ones who were willing to bear with their emotions when they experienced writer's block. Then, i always asked myself, "what is writer's block ek?"

well, it is well- explained now, more precisely, when i entered IPBA world.. (^_^)


During U last night, i came across this ayah,

They said: "Glory to Thee, of knowledge We have none, save what Thou Hast taught us: In truth it is Thou Who art perfect in knowledge and wisdom." (Al-baqarah: 32)


They
here refer to the angels. This is an ayah from the scene in which Allah asked the angels to name things, but they were not able to do so as Allah never taught them about the things (not even the names of those) But, Allah had taught Adam and Adam was able to name the things. So, this led to Allah's order for the Angels to bow down to Adam. All the angles did except Iblis, out of his arrogance.

Well, "bowing down" here did not mean that Angel prostrated Adam like they did to Allah, but it showed that Allah elevated the highness of Adam, above the Angles as he had the knowledge (taught by Allah). It also symbolizes that Allah will elevate oneself (human being) when they are knowledgeable.




Glory to Allah who teaches us a lot of things but verily He's the only most Knowledgeable and Wisest of all.


Yes, every time we learnt new knowledge, lets say Alhamdulillah and thanks Allah for indirectly teaching us. Not enough by doing so, teach the knowledge to others sincerely as Allah will grant you more knowledge (even in abundance).



waaa weeee, i'm glad i'm a teacher


Then, if you have writer's block (like me), let's istighfar, ask for Allah's forgiveness, because the knowledge might be covered (hijab) because of our sins.




p/s: For the story above, refer the Quran surah Al-Baqarah Ayah 30-34

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