Monday, 2 May 2011

* alhamdulillah, for everythin ya rabb!!! *

Assalamualaikum... and hello everybody...!! wuahh, what are the another great morning...

I never thought grass could look so... attractive. :)
(^_^)** sungguh nikmat-nikmat Allah nih memang countless.. there are so many blessing of Allah that we can't even write them down.. iyalah.., cuba bayangkan.. kalo kita mula tulis semua nikmat-nikmat Allah nih, hidup kita sampai ke hembusan yang terakhir pun, stiil jugak nikmat-nikmat Allah nih tak abis.. (^__*) huhhu.., bahkan kalo kita cerita nikmat Allah dari aspek tubuh badan kita je pun, dari saat kita hadir ke dunia nih dalam keadaan yang tak mampu bergerak sendiri. fuhh, SUBHANALLAH.. (^__^)..

Alhumdulillah, now we can walk with the help of these feet, we are able to eat, we are able to breath. Every breath we take is a blessing of Allah. Every step we take is a blessing of Allah. The food we eat is a blessing of Allah. So, we should thank Allah for all these blessings, say Alhumdulillah every time and in every situation, rite?? 

a lot of gratitude, YA Allah..!!!
so, crita pasai alhamdulillah nih, kalo gogling kat wiki pun dia ada tulis maksud alhamdulillah, "In everyday speech it simply means "Thank God!" It is used by Arabic-speakers of all religions, but more frequently by Muslims due to the centrality of this specific phrase within the texts of the Qur'an and the words of the Islamic prophet Muhammad.However, its meanings and in-depth explanation have been the subject of much exegesis and explanation.

The phrase has three basic parts:
  • Al - The
  • Hamd-u - meaning the "feeling of gratitude", as opposed to Shokr, "words of gratitude".
  • Li 'llah - preposition + noun Allah. Li is a preposition meaning for, belonging to, etc. The word "Allah" is said to be derived from ilah -- the Arabic word for God.
It also means that anything in existence to which is ascribed praise, thanks, glorification, or gratitude, is only able to achieve it due to God's infinite mercy and grace."

ehrmhhh, try plak refer kehidupan seharian kita:

After burping.


After sneezing.

Thank God.

Waking up.

Alhamdulillah-hillathee ah-yana ba'da ma ama tana wa ilayhi nushoor.
Many thanks to Allah Who has given us life after having given us death (sleep) and that our final return (on the Day of Qiyaamah End of the world) is to God.

Response to "How are you?"

Keifa halukaWech rak?Keifik? or Keifilhal?
Alhamdu lillahi
Thanks to Allah, I am fine.

In general, every time a Muslim desires to praise Allah, he/she says

Alhamdulillah (الحمد لله).

Anas bin Malik reported that the Prophet said: "Allah is Pleased with His slave who says, 'Alhumdulillah' when he takes a morsel of food and drinks a draught of water." From Muslim.

then, ASSALAMUALAIKUM..~ (^___^)''


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