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Assalamualaikum Warahmatullah! Salam Sejahtera! Selamat Datang! Welcome to the blog “to love is to share”. You are set to connect with knowledge informations, articles, jokes, more and more blogs, etc, so for the meanwhile, do enjoy your visit. And if you have to go, don't forget to come back again. Lets we all, exclusively communicate, share, and discover interest for pleasure, funs and own benefits.. *** Sesungguhnya aku menulis bukan kerana nama, tetapi sekadar ingin berkongsi. Dan apa yang baik yang aku fikirkan, mungkin tidak pulak bagi pengunjungku. Oleh itu, aku mohon maaf dan aku tidak bertanggungjawab atas sebarang salah laku maupun sebarang kesulitan yang timbul akibat mengikuti apa yang aku kongsikan. Terima Kasih.. Sanggar Bayu I Say, What You Know Shapes Where You Go..

Sunday, March 21

Three Things

Salaam guys, read on and enjoy. Hope we can get something out of the " Three" things, which bring meaning into our life.. Thanks.

Three things in life that, once gone, never come back:
1. Time
2. Words
3. Opportunity

Three things in life that are most valuable:
1. Love
2. Self-confidence
3. Friends

Three things in life that are never certain:
1. Dreams
2. Success
3. Fortune

Three things that make a man/woman:
1. Hard work
2. Sincerity
3. Commitment

Three things in life that can destroy a man/woman:
1. Alcohol
2. Pride
3. Anger

Three things in life that, once lost, hard to build-up:
1. Respect
2. Trust
3. Friendship

Tuesday, March 16

The Son

Salaam guys, read on and enjoy.. thanks.


Years ago, there was a very wealthy man who, with his devoted young son, shared a passion for art collecting. Together they traveled around the world, adding only the finest art treasures to their collection. Priceless works by Picasso, Van Gogh, Monet and many others adorned the walls of the family estate.

The widowed elder man looked on with satisfaction, as his only child became an experienced art collector. The son's trained eye and sharp business mind caused his father to beam with pride as they dealt with art collectors around the world.

As new year approached, war engulfed the nation, and the young man left to serve his country. After only a few short weeks, his father received a telegram. His beloved son was missing in action. The art collector anxiously awaited more news, fearing he would never see his son again.

Within days, his fears were confirmed. The young man had died while rushing a fellow soldier to a medic.

Distraught and lonely, the old man faced the upcoming new year holidays with anguish and sadness. The joy of the season, a season that he and his son had so looked forward to, would visit his house no longer. On the new year eve morning, a knock on the door awakened the depressed old man. As he walked to the door, the masterpieces of art on the walls only reminded him that his son was not coming home. As he opened the door, he was greeted by a soldier with a large package in his hand. He introduced himself to the man by saying, "I was a friend of your son. I was the one he was rescuing when he died. May I come in for a few moments? I have something to show you."

As the two began to talk, the soldier told of how the man's son had told every one of his father's love of fine art. "I'm an artist," said the soldier, "and I want to give you this." As the old man unwrapped the package, the paper gave way to reveal a portrait of the man's son. Though the world would never consider it the work of a genius, the painting featured the young man's face in striking detail.

Overcome with emotion, the man thanked the soldier, promising to hang the picture above the fireplace. A few hours later, after the soldier had departed, the old man set about his task.

True to his word, the painting went above the fireplace, pushing aside thousands of dollars of paintings. And then the man sat in his chair and spent new year gazing at the gift he had been given. During the days and weeks that followed, the man realized that even though his son was no longer with him, the boy's life would live on because of those he had touched. He would soon learn that his son had rescued dozens of wounded soldiers before a bullet stilled his caring heart.

As the stories of his son's gallantry continued to reach him, fatherly pride and satisfaction began to ease the grief. The painting of his son soon became his most prized possession, far eclipsing any interest in the pieces for which museums around the world clamored.

He told his neighbors it was the greatest gift he had ever received. The following spring, the old man became ill and passed away. The art world was in anticipation.

With the collector's passing, and his only son dead, those paintings would be sold at an auction. According to the will of the old man, all of the art works would be auctioned on the new year eve Day, the day he had received his greatest gift.

The day soon arrived and art collectors from around the world gathered to bid on some of the world's most spectacular paintings. Dreams would be fulfilled this day; greatness would be achieved as many would claim "I have the greatest collection." The auction began with a painting that was not on any museum's list. It was the painting of the man's son. The auctioneer asked for an opening bid. The room was silent. "Who will open the bidding with $100?" he asked. Minutes passed. No one spoke. From the back of the room came, "Who cares about that painting? It's just a picture of his son.

Let's forget it and go on to the good stuff." More voices echoed in agreement. "No, we have to sell this one first," replied the auctioneer.

"Now, who will take the son?" Finally, a friend of the old man spoke.

"Will you take ten dollars for the painting? That's all I have. I knew the boy, so I'd like to have it." "I have ten dollars. Will anyone go higher?" called the auctioneer. After more silence, the auctioneer said, "Going once, going twice. Gone." The gavel fell. Cheers filled the room and someone exclaimed, "Now we can get on with it and we can bid on these treasures!" The auctioneer looked at the audience and announced the auction was over.

Stunned disbelief quieted the room. Someone spoke up and asked, "What do you mean it's over? We didn't come here for a picture of some old guy's son. What about all of these paintings? There are millions of dollars of art here! I demand that you explain what's going on here!" The auctioneer replied, "It's very simple. According to the will of the father, whoever takes the son . . . gets it all!"

Just as those art collectors discovered on that new year eve Day, the message is still the same;

the love of a Father - a Father whose greatest joy came from His Son who went away and gave his life rescuing others. And because of that Father's love...whoever takes the Son gets it all.

Saturday, March 6

Ku Tunggu Keputusan SPM mu.

Salaam guys, read on and enjoy.. Thanks.

Ni yang seronok dan dinanti nati kan. sama ada "usaha tangga kejayaan" dapat direalisasikan. Aku dan family, secara langsung turut menanti nanti keputusan yang bakal diperolehi oleh "abang" anak bujang ku. insya allah, harapan tu sangat tinggi, ingin melihat dia berjaya hingga ke menara gading, turut memperolehi keputusan yang cemerlang, cemerlang untuk dirinya, bukan dimata orang lain tetapi khusus untuk keluarga tercinta, terutama ibu tersayang, yang sering mendoakan anak anak supaya berjaya didalam pelajaran dan kehidupan. Aku teringat dan turut bersedih, kerana arwah ayah tidak sempat melihat dan menunggu "kejayaan" cucunya , kerana semasa hayatnya, arwah sering memberi sokongan dan dorongan agar "abang" berjaya, dan turut menjanjikan sesuatu kepada nya.. dengan memperolehi keputusan yang cemerlang. Apa apa pun, jika tidak memperolehi keputusan yang cemerlang sekali pun, aku percaya dan sering beritahu "Abang", dia tetap mempunyai peluang kedua. Dan peluang kedua ini tidak akan ada yang ketiga, so dia hendaklah rebut peluang yang kedua ini dengan sebaik mungkin..

apa apa pun, usaha telah dilaksanakan, baik buruknya, jangan jadikan ianya sebagai titik noktah untuk kita terus mencapai kecemerlangan didalam kehidupan kita..

Keputusan SPM, STAM Khamis ini
2010/03/05 KUALA LUMPUR: Keputusan peperiksaan Sijil Pelajaran Malaysia (SPM) dan Sijil Tinggi Agama Malaysia (STAM) 2009 akan diumum pada Khamis ini.

Ketua Pengarah Pelajaran Tan Sri Alimuddin Mohd Dom berkata, keputusan akan dikeluarkan di sekolah-sekolah mulai jam 10 pagi.

Calon persendirian pula akan menerima keputusan masing-masing melalui pos yang dihantar Jabatan Pelajaran Negeri, katanya dalam kenyataan, di sini semalam.

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