Firstly, congratulations to the newly elected MPPs (Student Representative Council). Please² give IPBA a makeover. Thanks.

I could not sleep (right now is 3.10 am) and so many things are boggling my mind.

I feel like a loser. I couldn’t even cry when I feel like to. I couldn’t even feel the pain even though I’m supposed to. I just feel lifeless, like my soul is somewhere else and my body is empty (that’s the best analogy I can give).

I was asking people to insult me because I could not feel any pain inside my heart and it’s very weird (abnormal) feeling. Girls don’t even dare to try. Boys? It turned out that I insulted them instead. (Huu~~ini merupakan cabaran dan peluang wahai kawan-kawan!)

Sometimes in life, although you know that past is past, but still, you couldn’t forget about it because it shapes and teaches you about life.

To err is human, to forgive is divine, but to forget??

The play count for ‘How to save a life’ by The Fray has already reached number 202. Yeah. I soooo need to get a life.

I need to send in an important assignment this Monday but I did nothing.

I tried to sleep, but I end up blogging.

I tried to get a life, but life picks up on me instead.

*take this dagger and stab me in my heart*

The highway not taken

(A modern version after Robert Frost’s)

Two lanes diverged in a PLUS highway
And sorry I could not travel both
And be one driver, numb my foot
And looked in front as far as I could
To where it goes at the exit.

Then took the other, as just as fair,
And having perhaps the better claim,
Because it was bright and more cars;
Though as for that the passing there
Had sworn them really about the same.

And both that morning equally lay
In leaves no tyre had trodden black.
Oh, I kept the first for another day!
Yet knowing how way leads on to way,
I doubted if I should ever come back.

I shall be telling this with a sigh
Somewhere ages and ages hence:
Two highways diverged in Malaysia, and I–
I took the one less travelled by,
And that has made all the difference.

I am muslim too!

Hey people. Zan Azlee sent me a facebook message and he is bugging people around to watch his film. What? When? Where?

I’m Muslim Too!
Malaysia, 2008; Zan Azlee, 73 mins

Many see Malaysia as a moderate Islamic country that has found a unique and harmonious balance between religion, secularism and multiculturalism. Zan Azlee decides to learn and find out more about Islam and his own identity as a Malay Muslim. He embarks on a journey to the heartland of Islam, the Middle-East, with nothing but his video camera and a bag full of instant noodles. He meets a brutal heavy metal band in Iran, discovers a Syrian version of Low Yat Plaza in Damascus, hangs out with a couple of Palestinian dudes in a camp in Beirut and learns about sex from a bunch of artists in Jordan.

Zan will be in attendance to discuss his film with the audience after the screening.

Introduced by Hassan Muthalib.

Tuesday 19 February, 8.00pm
HELP University College Theatrette, Pusat Bandar Damansara, KL
Free admission

ESQ: A new life

Many successful CEOs, executive managers, businessman, etc took ESQ course and change their life. ESQ (Emotional Spiritual Quotient) is not a new thing. It’s just that we’ve forgotten about it. It’s already been created 1400 years ago. ESQ is for everyone and it takes place globally. Regardless what religion you are. ESQ is a new way of life. Imagine how great these people. They even gave talk to the professors at Oxford University. (And there are numerous fascinating numbers and statistics being shown yesterday but I failed to stuff my head with everything–I’m just a weak human 🙁 ). The numbers of alumni members simply is getting bigger, globally. Their alumni members is not common people. Like I said, businessman, rich and famous intelligent people. The company who wants to do staff training and improve human resources send the staffs to ESQ talks. And I’m not talking crap. There are thousands people gave good testimonial about ESQ and probably now the number have reached millions.

ESQ is the new trend (Among elites and rich people for this time being). Why do we need ESQ? We only realise this when at the end of the day, we don’t know why we accumulate our properties, dollars and so forth. We only realise the need of ESQ in our life, then there are many intelligent people give up easily as they do not know what’s the purpose they are being created.

A glimpse from yesterday’s presentation: The Golden Gate Bridge in the US, is world’s finest architecture, but on January 2008, Mr. Arry went there and tell us the tragic story of the bridge. The numbers of suicide was being kept from the public, however, as the numbers reached 10K, the government decided to put high fence, to prevent people from jumping from the Golden Gate. Counselling line was also being placed on the bridge, hoping to give hope for losers (I call them losers because they quit from life). It’s no longer be the symbol of the greatness of United States. They are considered successful nation, but how many lead life peacefully and happily?


Yesterday, IPBA had ESQ preview and I don’t have to pay for it. I was so excited to come because I know it costs me 1K++ if I want to join it. (I was interested with ESQ since I watched the videos in Plymouth). So yeah, Mr Firdaus Djambri, gave talk and he is funny. Probably due to language differences (Malaysian Malay language and Indonesia’s), there are some stuffs that people don’t understand. But yeah, thanks to my exposure to Indonesian sinetron and movies, his jokes are understandable. Oh, did I tell you he’s cute? His Indonesian accent as well. Never heard such enthusiastic talk, for 22 years. He doesn’t give up although the crowd shows boring faces.

But what I had yesterday was only a glimpse of it (ESQ preview). Just a sneek peek and to know how great it is, is to taste it. So people, I highly encourage you to go to ESQ talks and experience a better life after that. May Allah bless the efforts of ESQ trainers and Insya Allah, we can make this world a better place and lead a peaceful life in this world and hereafter.

So tomorrow (16 Feb) they are going to conduct a session for university students and they give a very very good offer. You only pay RM 550 once and you can join the alumni and attend the talks as many as you want for the rest of your life. Wow. Very attempting offer but not for this time being 🙁

More info: http://www.esqway165.com/

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Tagged by Nisa: Life

10 years ago

Was studying in a primary school, drilled for UPSR exam. Bullying some friends. Quite hectic schedule I had actually. Morning at Sekolah Kebangsaan Seri Manjung. One and a half hour lunch break, then go to Sekolah Petang or Sekolah KAFA (Agama). Then I got like half hour to prep for tution. After Maghrib, read Quran. After Isya’ do homework. Sometime too bored (read: lazy), I’ll just skip the homework and watch TV. Got loads of cool action TV series like Knight Riders, MacGyvers, and Robocop.

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Membina masjid

Esok ada 4 kenduri. Satu di Pahang, satu di Kedah, kemudian di Selama dan ahirnya kenduri kesyukuran di Klang. Baguslah. Selamatlah walimah dan kenduri. Mudahan diberkati Allah. Baru tadi tengok Wedding Daze atau di US lebih dikenali dengan tajuk ‘The Pleasure of Your Company’. Dah lama download ia. Dulu takde masa nak tengok.  (Gosh my BeeEm is so broken). Sekarang ni musim nak membina masjid. Alhamdulillah. Dah sampai masanya. Tahniah semua. Mudahan bahagia hingga ke jannah.

Oh ye. Lagi satu kebaikan membina masjid (kahwin). Solat orang yang sudah berkahwin itu juga dua kali ganda pahalanya dari solat orang yang masih bujang. Jeles aku. Tetambah kalau dapat berjemaah dengan suami.

Sebarang soalan bonus atau cepu emas kepada penulis adalah dilarang sama sekali

Lagi satu kes membina masjid. Tadi sebelum Maghrib ada pelancaran Masjid Kristal di Terengganu (ni masuk subjek masjid tempat orang solat tu ye). Subhanallah hebat. Yang pertama dalam dunia kata Mamanda Menteri. Tiada masjid dalam dunia ni yang dibina menggunakan keluli dan gelas. Kalau siang warnanya bagai permata. Waktu malam ia bersinar mengikut cahaya lampu. Seni binaan memang hebat. Semuanya hasil kerja orang Terengganu (yeke? takkan takde sedikit orang Indon pun? Ahahaha) Hiasan dalaman pun cantik dan halus. Tapi malangnya ia tak digunakan untuk solat Jumaat (I pun tatau kenapa. Katanya belum taraf masjid jami’). Baginda pun muka tak berapa ceria la membaca titah, mendoakan agar negeri takluk beliau dilindungi dari malapetaka. Mungkin kerana baginda terasa kehilangan seorang Mamanda yang bisa membaca doa tanpa mengharapkan Sang Mufti. Kemudian hati kecil ini bertanya:

Orang datang solat di masjid ni, nak lihat keindahan masjid ke sebab nak solat?

Apa point buat masjid lawa-lawa. Rasanya Al-Aqsa tu kalau solat di dalamnya, dapat pahala 500 kali ganda. Alangkah lebih baik disedekahkan duit rakyat Malaysia itu kepada saudara seislam disana. Panjang pahala rakyat Malaysia. Di sana Insya Allah ada orang melakukan solat sepanjang waktu. Bacaan lanjut.

I’m impressed with the geekiness of Terengganu people who read Quran using computer. Welcome to the club. Heheh.

Mudahan rakyat Terengganu dapat memanfaatkan dan mengimarahkan masjid tersebut.

Moral: Binalah masjid kalau anda mampu. Sekianterimakasih.


1. Name one person who made you laugh last night.
Nicholas Tse.

2. What were you doing at 0800?
I was still sleeping. (I know. I’m bloody unproductive).

3. What were you doing 30 minutes ago?
Surfing for SBPI Sabak Bernam map. Have to do some homework before going there.

4. What happened to you in 2006?
I remember that I’ve been really sick and loads of trials and turbulence.

5. What was the last thing you said out loud?
“Really?” to Omark @ 1209.

6. How many beverages did you have today?
A mug of MILO.

7. What color is your hairbrush?

8. What was the last thing you paid for?
My driving license.

9. Where were you last night?
In front of television, watching CNY movies and Dil To Pagal Hai.

10. What color is your front door?
Brownish and orange-y.

11. Where do you keep your change?
In my main purse and another coin purse.

12. What’s the weather like today?
Sunny and cloudy.

13. What’s the best ice-cream flavor?
Cookies and cream, or cheaper version: vanilla and oreo biscuit.

15. Do you want to cut your hair?
I really want to!

16. Are you over the age of 25?
No I’m not.

17. Do you talk a lot?

18. Do you watch the O.C.?
No I don’t.

19. Do you know anyone named Steven?
Steve adalah. Steven tadek.

20. Do you make up your own words?
Accidentally, yes. Lately I’m confused with BM and English and tend to mix them up and confuse myself.

21. Are you a jealous person?

22. Name a friend whose name starts with the letter ‘A’.
Azwan. He’s a gay guy who supports Arsenal.

23. Name a friend whose name starts with the letter ‘K’.
Khairunnisa. She’s my mate since primary and we only realise that we share same ex-crush by the age of 23.

24. Who’s the first person on your received call list?
Omar Khayam.

25. What does the last text message you received say?
From Alin @ 1137: Ahahaha. Biarlah. Saje nk menguji kesetiaan. Haha. Amin lah mimpi u tu (when I told her I dreamt her as my bridesmaid)

26. Do you chew on your straw?
If there’s a stuck cendol or red bean, then yes.

27. Do you have curly hair?
Mine is in between, they call it wavy. Curly at the end.

28. Where’s the next place you’re going to?
I think the pharmacy. My allergy is getting worse when I’m in Manjung.

29. Who’s the rudest person in your life?
C****. She’s equipped with vulgar vocabularies that sometimes make me want to piss in my pants. (Name is not reveal for the sake of upholding her dignity).
30. What was the last thing you ate?
Gardenia Toast ‘Em (and I toast them again before I ate).

31. Will you get married in the future?
Of course. It’s nature’s call.

32. What’s the best movie you’ve seen in the past 2 weeks?
Shroom. Scary.

33. Is there anyone you like right now?
Daniel Wu.

34. When was the last time you did the dishes?
Lasagna. Like few weeks ago.

35. Are you currently depressed?
Yes. The pound sterling currency rate drop to the longkang and my allowance is not banked in yet. Oh, assignments make me depress as well. I wonder who on earth enjoy their assignment?

36. Did you cry today?
Nowai. The tears in my eyes is due to dust allergy.

37. Why did you answer and post this?
Because I want to?

38. Tag 5 people who would do this survey
I’m sorry but, the madness ends here.