Thursday, 26 April 2012

facebook to God's book!!

i need to get this thing out of my head!!!!!! arghhhh...

like seriously rse mcm "urghh" npe la dok bkk fb ja..bkn ade ape ponnnnnn..setakat hang nk cek noti tu sekali suda...2 min je dlm hati bg alasan tp end up?? iskkk2......tipah, sila la fokus study plizzzzzzz!!!!!!!!!! exam lg 6 hari kottttt!! da abes study kaaaaaaaaa???? aiyooo..sabo jela..qarin ni jahat sgt tau salu nk i cek2 fb when infact bru je bkk 10 mins ago? iskkkkk2..kritikal2..

the exact moment dlm ade ape dgn fb?

so, tbe2 terjmpe plak video psl "is facebook haram?"


and so, i went searching for the answer of this illness called fb addiction!

and the answer is simply u are not keeping in touch with Al-Quran obsessively like you do with fb..arghhhhh. (especially during that time when ehmmm..)

Many of us have an addictive relationship with Facebook. We check our accounts compulsively, multiple times a day. It is sometimes the last thing many of us do before we sleep and the first thing we do when we wake up; time flies when we’re on it, and it is obsessive.Yet how many of us have an addictive relationship—have any relationship—with the Qur’an? This is the Book that transformed alcoholic, oppressive, baby-girl-burying people into callers for justice, defenders of the oppressed, soft-hearted, humble worshippers of the Lord of All the Worlds. If what is contained in this Book brought eternal peace to the hearts and freedom to the souls who were chained to the whims of their own desires, it undoubtedly can emancipate us from our own problems, heartaches and stresses. However, its ability to powerfully impact us may go a lifetime unrealized if we continue to decide that other relationships are more important.
Building Our Relationship
Having taken the Qur’an as a best friend, we must also make a commitment to building our relationship with it. Best friends don’t happen overnight; we become continuously attached to the person we’ve already connected with because of our consistent ability to reconnect and re-align. So too, with the Qur’an. The Qur’an is always there, waiting to be your closest homie! Why? Because when we establish a relationship with the Qur’an, we are, in reality, establishing a relationship with the One Who created us and knows us best.
He tells us, “I am as My servant thinks I am. I am with him when he makes mention of Me. If he makes mention of Me to himself, I make mention of him to Myself; and if he makes mention of Me in an assembly, I make mention of him in an assembly better than it. And if he draws near to Me an arm’s length, I draw near to him a fathom’s length. And if he comes to Me walking, I go to him at speed,” (Hadith Qudsi, Bukhari). 

When we think about God, when we make an effort to draw nearer to Him, He comes to us with speed. Therefore, let us run to Him through our relationship with the Qur’an!

easy said than done ? but hey that's not  an excuse ya!!!! so, stop it!! perhaps this is the time Allah really wants to test you on how good you are telling people to do good when in fact you your own not practising it? reflect2...

Surah AL-A'raf: 201
Indeed, those who fear Allah - when an impulse touches them from Satan, they remember [Him] and at once they have insight.

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