Monday, January 18, 2010

My Own Quote


Assalamualaikum...

Dear all...
Thank you sooo much for your comments. Hem.....I was wondering...am I forcing you to say things or facts that must always sound right or good?? You can always give any comment which is thought provoking you know? ANd then you discuss among yourselves to see whether it is 100% true or partially true. So tonight, Im going to post my very own quotation (or else you would accuse me of not producing one aha!).
And I will tell you how I came up with this.

I was observing some parents who were sending their children to a motivational seminar which was the MAP (which stands for Motivasi Alihan Pelajar )by Dr.Tengku Asmadi. I enrolled my son because I love reading his book "Teknik Memotivasikan Anak Secara Positif". The closing ceremony was great. I saw how serious parents were in enrolling their children with the hope that some kind of 'hidayah' will be bestowed upon them after attending this course. Tears fell down my cheek as I witnessed these kids transforming themselves into such brave speakers.
Imagine, speaking to a crowd of not less than 500 people with high spirit and confidence. Look how motivated and brave children can turn out to be. A boy actually invited his father up the stage and hugged him while asking for forgiveness. For those who are pessimistic, they would say, the change wont last long.
To me, it was an emotional moment, a moment which might be a turning point in the boy's life. Yes my dear brothers and sisters. I believe we must stay positive in whatever we do. Because the world out there is so full of negativity, we have to differ and believe that something can be done to achieve excellence in life.
And so I salute those parents and thought of how lucky their spouses are for having partners who are concerned about their children's education. I hope you will turn out to be like these responsible parents so that we can be a stronger Ummah. In the middle of all these, I came up with this quote. I am not sure whether you can relate to this (as all of you are still not married). But one day, when you are, you can always come back to this blog and confirm whether it is true.

" When you have someone who takes good care of the family, what is there NOT to LOVE"

- Norhayati Mohd Rasip

18 comments:

Anonymous said...

hye.. well, that was such a g00d th0ught.. speaking t0 a cr0wd is n0t as easy as one's th0ught.. even being a debater 0nce couldn't help me to face the cr0wd and debated well.. there was 0nce y0u said that practice makes perfect.. s0 f0r me, t0 end up well and sm00thly talked in fr0nt 0f cr0wd, 0ne needs t0 practice and practice and practice.. the same g0es t0 ENGLISH and 0thers..
[jannah]

Anonymous said...

salam~
remember in order to have the rainbow, u must have the rain. There is no other way hard times should make u BETTER and not BITTER. u can only BE BETTER if u learn from the following statements:
"We learn wisdom from failure much more than from success.We often discover what we will do, by finding out what we will not do.And probably he who never made a mistake never made adiscovery..
frOm husna~

Anonymous said...

Assalamualaikum madam,
As usual, i am always feel motivated by your words...

Truly, u have a great personality. alhamdulillah, i am glad to be your student and have the opportunity to learn a lot from you ^_^

Erm, i dont know whether i can be a good mother or not, hopefully i can be the one...
-husna,section 11-

Anonymous said...

"Marriage is a pure bond between a man and a woman who are love each other"<3<3<3

whoop-woot said...

Mdm,my mom actually sent me to MAP almost 6 years back with a hope that I will change to a better person.
Well,when I went out from the course I was in full energy and high spirit to actually practice what had been thought.
But you know,each individual actually responds differently.For me it only lasted for like 2 months,then I turned into my old habit (procrastinating and stuffs).

Recently,I went to a training called ESQ 165.Well,I can say it was the best course I'd ever attended.Its not something related to academic,it teaches you how to know yourselves,Who is our Sole Creator and everything.It seriously left me enthralled on how the course changed me to be a better person with of course the guidance from Allah.

And I want to quote something inspirational I heard this morning by Dr.Muhaya{gosh I love her so much}
"Success is not defined-when you achieved better than someone else, it is defined-when you are better than yourself yesterday"
She talked about being a good teacher this morning :)

And your quote,I can relate and comprehend :)

-Aisyah, Group 30 EOP

thuraiya said...

"Your marriage is a journey, run it with trust and honest"

- Thuraiya Ahmad

za said...

A successful marriage requires falling in love many times, always with the same person.

- Mignon McLaughlin, The Second Neurotic's Notebook, 1966.

afifah happas 0812064 said...

"LOVE is BLIND...MARRIEGE is a REAL EYE OPENER..." hehe.. dats my sister said.. :)
A'FIFAH HAPPAS

nadia zainudin said...

marriage is like a box of choclates.. pure sweetness will come with bitterness...

didi said...

i would have to agree that we need positive thinking in such a negative world..
we always hope for the positive in life. we hope that people will change, that things will get better and that the world will be a nicer place to live in.
while i personally advocate positive thinking especially when times are down, i feel that sometimes we do need to see life as it is, and not through rose- tinted glasses. sometimes we need to deal with the fact that the world IS cruel. sometimes we need to face reality in the face when it hits us hard. in the case of motivational talks, it's good to assume that people's hearts do flip around, but when things fail, it's always okay to face the truth, not be disappointed and still hope. -(miss)hasna-

meera said...

'Toleration should be the marriage middle name.'

For me, tolerance does not mean that you constantly have to "put up" with your spouse, it means that there are times when you need to be patient and choose not to argue when it is not necessary.

- Nurul Amira Ahmad Fadzil, Parenting G6 & LE4000K G30

hasnedza said...

'Marriage is about two different people with two different thoughts but similar objective that is happiness.'

- Nur Hasnedza Radzali,
Parenting G6 & LE4000K G30

hafizulfazly0818979 said...

salam....
"marriage is simple through sacrifies"
faces all the challengers in our life through sacrifies and "sabar" and always thingking that all those things can muture us as a servant of Allah and also have something that come out beside that....its will make marriage simple

Anonymous said...

salam.
I agree with you mdm. i'm facing it now. For this moment, what i need just my parents and my siblings.

p/s: no need to tunggu after marriage... ehhehehe

0817754 said...

"Marriage...Marriage...Marriage...
the transformers of life"

nurhanim said...

If I am your daughter, I really want to thank you for giving me support to attend a motivational program. I believe that attending motivational program can actually help people to stay motivated especially for teenagers. Unfortunately, from what my mom had discussed with me before, I can see that it’s not a common practice for some parents (particularly in rural area) in encouraging their children to attend motivational program. One more thing, after doing some social interview at megamall, I felt a bit frustrated when the teenagers said that they came to release stress and their parents just don’t care what they do. I personally think that if parents really care about their children, always being their children best friend and encourage them to stay motivated, maybe the teenagers will not end up loafing at mall.. [hanim sec 30]

nor atiqah said...

i hope, i can become a good mother..
can motivate my family, to do the best for our life. i know it is difficult, with challenges in our surrounding. every second we learn, so i hope i can learn something through my life now, to faces any challenges in the future.

0816532 NOR ATIQAH ROZLIN

Anonymous said...

love..love..love...
love has many definition, right??
love Allah, love Rasullullah, love pets, love people and many more...
to be loved by someone is happy
but to love someone sometimes makes you sad, less energetic.. and sometimes asks you to sacrifice your valuable things...
for some people, love needs you to release your loved one...
whatever the meaning of love to you, take it positively...
if you love something, just appreciate it when it still be there...by doing so, you'll not regretting when you lost that LOVE
(Aimi)