Wednesday, October 13, 2010

Tenggelam Timbul

Sebenarnya banyak sebab aku hilang dari dunia blog tok.... Sebabnya? Mostly bloggers tauk nak... Kewujudan FB sedikit sebanyak keep me loosing a track to my diary. I know yang banyak juak readers blog aku tok.. Aku perlu bermula semula... Ya jak kali tok..

Tuesday, August 3, 2010

Saturday, June 5, 2010

My Latest Photoshoot

Photography is my hobby and I, myself own a Sony DSLR for me to capture some moment with my limited skill. This is a photo taken for a time being..


A shot of Tanglung at Pavilion KL


A combination of Sarawak's DUN, Astana and Perahu tambang during an outing with Nazs.


Another twilight image featuring Perahu Tambang


A HDR image at simpang Debak.


My not so fast Cuore TRXX


This is the first time I jump for a photo. Notice my tummy?

Wednesday, June 2, 2010

My Ride, A Simple Update



Make : Perodua Kelisa
Color : Baby Bluev(Originally Silver)
Displacement : EF-DET L905S RS 660 Turbo (Originally 1000cc EFI)
Transmission : Auto/Tiptronic (Originally AT)

Exterior
  • 700S TR Front Bumper
  • Custom L7 Bonet
  • L700 Headlamp
  • L700 Fender
  • Japan Parking Mark
  • Japan Box Frame Plate
  • L700S TR Rear Bumper
  • L700 Gino Bonet c/w plate garnish
  • L700 Gino Minilite Taillamp
  • L700 Replica Spoiler
  • Custom Skirting
  • Mira Chrome Garnish
  • Mira Chrome Door Handle
  • L700 Retractable Side Mirror
  • Mira Chrome Window Lining
  • Replica Twin Blade Antenna
Interior
  • L700S TR Complete Seat
  • L700S Cuore Dashboard with Airbag
  • L905S Tiptronic Steering
  • L905S Blue LED Meter
  • Greedy Turbo Timer
  • Apexi RSM
  • Autogauge Boost Meter
ICE
  • SP Audio Head Unit
  • SP Audio 4Channel AMP
  • SP Audio Unit Speaker & Tweeter
  • ALS 2 Channel AMP
  • Oxygen Woofer
  • TL In-Dash Monitor
  • SUPER Monitor/Rear Mirror
  • Reverse/Rear Camera
Wheel : 15" TE37 Replica with Hankook Tyre
Suspension : APM ABS with ZMAX Lowered Spring

Other
  • ZMAX Voltage Stabilizer
  • Cusco Oil Catch Tank
  • Autogauge Air Hon
  • Ultra Racing 4 Point Strut Bar
  • Reverse Sensor
  • Damper Shorter
  • X Ultra Shock Alarm Sensor
  • Sun Cool Film Tinted
  • K-Car Rear Blind



Teknologi Cahaya dari Allah Mendahului Manusia!




Al-Quran adalah kitab terulung yang diturunkan oleh Allah kepada junjungan kita, Nabi Muhammad S.A.W. Bila berbicara tentang al-Quran, aku teringat satu ceramah oleh JAIS di GIATMARA Sri Aman tahun lepas.

Betapa besarnya peranan al-Quran sebagai panduan hidup sehingga persoalan teknologi komunikasi terungkai dalam al-Quran. Cahaya! Ya, cahaya adalah medium perhubungan yang Allah telah implikasikan dalam penurunan wahyu kepada rasul-rasul-Nya. Secara logik, cahaya adalah sesuatu yang bergerak paling pantas di dunia ini waima dalam ruangan vakum sekalipun.

Jibril a.s adalah malaikat penyampai wahyu. Bayangkan betapa jauhnya jarak dari langit Allah, wahyu (mesej) dapat disampaikan dengan cepat kepada rasul-rasul Allah. Signifikannya, malaikat diciptakan dari cahaya adalah medium yang digunakan Allah untuk menyampaikan mesej (wahyu).

Sepertimana definisi cahaya dari wikipedia;

Cahaya merupakan tenaga berbentuk gelombang dan membantu kita melihat. Cahaya juga merupakan asas kepada ukuran meter dimana 1 meter bersamaan dengan jarak dilalui cahaya melalui vakum pada 1/299,792,458 saat. Kelajuan cahaya ditakrifkan pada kelajuan 299,792,458 meter sesaat.


Cahaya adalah ciptaan Allah!

Jadi hubungkait pada zaman ini dapat dilihat dalam komunikasi moden. Betapa seseorang yang berada dalam jarak yang jauh boleh dihubungkan dalam sekelip mata. Melalui teknologi cahaya!
Sebagai contoh, SMS yang dihantar mampu sampai dalam beberapa milisaat sahaja walaupun jaraknya beribu batu sekalipun. MasyaAlllah, besarnya kuasa Allah! Bukan kuasa manusia!


SMS adalah komunikasi termudah masakini.

Kelajuan cahaya menjadikannya sangat releven untuk komunikasi. Sebagai contoh, diberikan ukur lilit bumi pada ketinggian 40,075 m dan c, masa terpendek yang diperlukan untuk maklumat malalui separuh glob adalah .067 saat.

Telah diketahui bahawa kelajuan cahaya adalah lebih perlahan di dalam gentian optik dan garisan lurus jarang muncul dalam situasi komunikasi, masa yang diperlukan untuk ping dari Australia atau Jepun ke AS dari komputer ke komputer adalah lebih kurang .250 saat. Kelajuan cahaya juga memberi kesan kepada komunikasi tanpa wayar.


Pergerakan data dalam komunikasi media kini digarapkan dalam cahaya. Penggunaan kabel fiber optik adalah berasaskan cahaya. Malahan teknologi infrared, bluetooth dan yang lainnya, dalam bentuk gelombang, semuanya kerana cahaya yang tidak dapat kita lihat dengan mata kasar kita.


Aplikasi masa kini, didorongi dengan cahaya.

Justeru, pengunaan instant messaging application yang ada kini seperti Yahoo Messenger, Skype, MSN Messenger dan yang lainya, memungkinkan manusia berhubung dengan suara dan visual dari webcam! Alhamdulillah, apa yang pernah saya fikirkan dahulu dah jadi kenyataan.


Teknologi menguntungkan tetapi adakalanya disalahgunakan.

Cuba fikir sejenak kenapa kadangkala ketika menonton Astro di rumah, tatkala awan tebal dan gelap berada di kawasan kita, berlakunya kehilangan siaran? Sudah tentunya cahaya dari satelit tak mampu menembusi awan untuk sampai ke penerima gelombang di piring Astro kita!


Pasti ramai yang pernah alami masalah sebegini.

Wallahu'alam, aku rasa ustaz dari JAIS hari tu mampu menerangkan dengan lebih jelas tentang kebesaran Allah ini. Apapun, aku kagum dan bangga dengan keagungan kitab al-Quran kerana ia bukan sekadar kitab, ia adalah satu panduan hidup!

Just my 5 cents!

Tuesday, June 1, 2010

Bangun Pagi.. Mandi Dulu

Kalau bangun pagi, mandi dulu, kalau tak, jangan harap boleh sarapan. Itulah yang berlaku dalam family aku sejak dari aku kecik lagi. Sekarang ni walaupun aku diam sorang diri kat Sri Aman sekalipun, aku akan rasa janggal bila sarapan before mandi.

Entahlah, ni law yang mak n ayah terapkan dalam family kitorang. Membesar dalam family askar, memang undang2 kat rumah kejam. Tapi rasional peraturan ni memang aku terima sangat-sangat. Sebabnya kalau dah mandi, otomatik, bersih dan paling penting dah berus gigi!

Yelah, tak salah pun kalau bangun pagi, berus gigi dan sarapan. Tapi aku rasa ade jugak manusia ni, bangun pagi terus sarapan. Kan pengotor namanya tu!

Okey, untuk hari ini...

Monday, May 31, 2010

Selamat Hari Gawai Dayak :: Gayu Guru Gerai Nyamai



Selamat Ari Gawai kepada semua bala kaban bansa
dayak bisi bak blog tuk... pesan jako..

Selamat Ari Gawai,
Gayu Guru Gerai Nyamai, Idup Senang Lantang and Umbas Pemakai..



What is Gawai?

Gawai Day or Gawai Dayak is a festival celebrated in Sarawak on 1 June every year. It is both a religious and social occasion. The word Gawai means a ritual or festival whereas Dayak is a collective name for the native ethnic groups of Sarawak: Iban, Bidayuh, Kayan, Kenyah, Kelabit, and Lun Bawang among others. Thus, Gawai Dayak literally means “Dayak Festival”. Dayak would visit their friends and relatives on this day. Such visit is more commonly known as “ngabang” in the Iban language.

It started back in 1957 in a radio forum held by Mr Ian Kingsley, a radio programme organiser. This generated a lot of interest among the Dayak community.

The mode of celebration varies from place to place. Preparation starts early. Tuak (rice wine) is brewed (at least one month before the celebration) and traditional delicacies like penganan (cakes from rice flour, sugar and coconut milk) are prepared. As the big day approaches, everyone will be busy with general cleaning and preparing food and cakes. On Gawai Eve, glutinous rice is steamed in bamboo (ngelulun pulut). In the longhouse, new mats will be laid out on the ruai (an open gallery which runs through the entire length of the longhouse). The walls of most bilik (rooms) and the ruai are decorated with Pua Kumbu (traditional blankets). A visit to clean the graveyard is also conducted and offerings offered to the dead. After the visit it is important to bathe before entering the longhouse to ward off bad luck.

The celebration starts on the evening of 31 May. In most Iban longhouses, it starts with a ceremony called Muai Antu Rua (to cast away the spirit of greed), signifying the non-interference of the spirit of bad luck in the celebration. Two children or men each dragging a chapan (winnowing basket) will pass each family's room. Every family will throw some unwanted article into the basket. The unwanted articles will be tossed to the ground from the end of the longhouse for the spirit of bad luck.

Around 6 pm or as the sun sets, miring (offering ceremony) will take place. Before the ceremony, gendang rayah (ritual music) is performed. The Feast Chief thanks the gods for the good harvest, and asks for guidance, blessings and long life as he waves a cockerel over the offerings. He then sacrifices the cockerel and a little blood is used together with the offerings.

Once the offering ceremony is done, dinner is then served at the ruai. Just before midnight, a procession up and down the ruai seven times called Ngalu Petara (welcoming the spirit gods) is performed. During this procession, a beauty pageant to choose the festival's queen and king (Kumang & Keling Gawai) is sometimes conducted. Meanwhile, drinks, traditional cakes and delicacies are served.

At midnight, the gong is beaten to call the celebrants to attention. The longhouse Chief (tuai rumah) or Festival Chief will lead everyone to drink the Ai Pengayu (normally tuak for long life) and at the same time wish each other "gayu-guru, gerai-nyamai" (long life, health and prosperity). The celebration now turns merrier and less formal. Some will dance to the traditional music played, others will sing the pantun (poems). In urban areas, Dayaks will organise gatherings at community centres or restaurants to celebrate the evening.

Other activities that may follow the next few days include: cock-fighting matches, and blowpipe and ngajat competitions. On this day, 1 June, homes of the Dayaks are opened to visitors and guests.

Traditionally, when guests arrive at a longhouse, they are given the ai tiki as a welcome. From time to time, guests are served tuak. This would be called nyibur temuai which literally means "watering of guests".

Christian Dayaks normally attend a church mass service to thank God for the good harvest.

Gawai Dayak celebrations may last for several days. It is also during this time of year that many Dayak weddings take place, as it is one of the rare occasions when all the members of the community return home to their ancestral longhouse.

Up till 1962, the British colonial government refused to recognise Dayak Day. Gawai Dayak was formally gazetted on 25 September 1964 as a public holiday in place of Sarawak Day. It was first celebrated on 1 June 1965 and became a symbol of unity, aspiration and hope for the Dayak community. Today, it is an integral part of Dayak social life. It is a thanksgiving day marking good harvest and a time to plan for the new farming season or activities ahead.


Sunday, May 23, 2010

al-fatihah untuk ayah tersayang...



al-fatihah untuk ayah...

dikau tetap kekal dalam lipatan memori kami, di dalam hati kami

Friday, May 21, 2010

Most Romantic Things...


Watch the sunset together.


Whisper to each other.


Cook for each other.


Walk in the rain.


Hold hands.


Buy gifts for each other.


Roses.


Find out their favorite cologne/perfume and wear it every time you're together.


Go for a long walk down the beach at midnight.


Write poetry for each other


Hugs are the universal medicine.


Say I love you, only when you mean it and make sure they know you mean it.


Give random gifts of flowers/candy/poetry etc.


Tell her that she’s the only girl you ever want. Don't lie.


Spend every second possible together.


Look into each other's eyes.


Very lightly push up her chin, look into her eyes, tell her you love her, and kiss her lightly.


When in public, only flirt w/ each other.


Put love notes in their pockets when they aren't looking.


Buy her a ring.


Sing to each other.


Always hold her around her hips/sides.


Take her to dinner and do the dinner for two deal.


Spaghetti? (Ever see Lady and the Tramp?)


Hold her hand, stare into her eyes, kiss her hand and then put it over our heart.


Dance together.


Let your girl fall asleep with her head in your lap. (It looks real cute)


Do cute things like write I love you in a note so that they have to look in a mirror to read it.


Make excuses to call them every 5 minutes


Even if you are really busy doing something, go out of your way to call and say I love you.


Call from your vacation spot to tell them you were thinking about them.


Remember your dreams and tell her about them.


Always tell her how pretty she looks.


Tell each other your most sacred secrets/fears.


Wear same t-shirt.


Blow a bubbles together.


Hang out with! his/her friends.


Go shopping together.




Love yourself before you love anyone else.



Never forget to kiss goodnight. And always remember to say, "Sweet dreams."

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