Friday, December 18, 2009

Tuesday, December 8, 2009

Your Resume..

Contrary to Legally Blonde, dyeing your resume pink and bathing it in Chanel No. 5 will not get you into Harvard, nor will it get you a job. In case you take career advice from Elle Woods, below you will find the worst resume mistakes in the history of resume mistakes, followed by why these little errors are the reason why you're not even granted a pity interview. Spell check doesn't catch everything, and no one cares how active you were in Girl Scouts, unless you traveled to India to empower girls to sell Thin Mints. Which, in that case, we'll take two boxes.

The header

The idea of a resume is to fit the most pertinent information into a small space. (On that note, a resume should NEVER, under any circumstances, be more than one page long.) Your name and contact information should not be size 40 font, and you should include multiple ways of contacting you; phone, address, and email are sufficient.

The objective

This should be no more than 5 or 6 words, and should state exactly what you are looking for. Keep in mind your wording could give them an impression of how experienced, or inexperienced you are. If it says "Seeking an entry-level position," guess what? That's the salary you'll be offered.

Your experiences

Think of a resume like an upside-down pyramid. The most important information should be on the top, and the farther down the page you go, the less important the information is. Your potential employers know how to skim resumes, and if they don't see something impressive in the beginning, they will move on. Make sure your experiences are first--recognizable names and companies are more impressive than what school you went to.

Things not to include

Reasons why you were fired or left a job, how you won a spelling bee in high school, and your high school GPA and SAT scores. Also, do not include typos. Have ten people read your resume over after you, so that they might catch any grammatical errors that you may not have caught. Also, do not include your Myspace or Facebook page link. Chances are, if you're being considered for the job...they'll see it soon enough, anyway. Also, do not link to your personal blog unless it is somewhat successful or extremely relevant to the job you're applying for. Lastly, do not rhyme. (Saying you have a passion for fashion is more than not okay.)

The worst thing you could do

And finally. Never appear at an interview without a copy of your resume. Can't find a printer in time? Reschedule the interview. Unless you won the Nobel Peace Prize, showing up sans resume is what Liz Lemon calls a dealbreaker, people.

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“Sesungguhnya kebijaksanaan adalah laksana barang yang hilang dari seorang mukmin. Maka di mana sahaja ia temui, dialah yang berhak mengambilnya”-Daripada buku ‘Bahtera Penyelamat’, Fathi Yakan

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Means, strong in BODY, MIND, SOUL.

I want to survive this world with bless of Allah!

"Mukmin yang kuat itu lebih disukai Allah dari Mukmin yang lemah"

Ayyuhal syabab, lakukan anjakan paradigma! Berubah kearah yang lebih baik!!!

Sunday, December 6, 2009

Almost too cute ^_^

Almost too cute


Think your cat is cute? Well, it's a hideous beast compared to the "surprised kitty." The kitten shredded the Search box and became a Web sensation, thanks to an a-dor-a-ble video. In the video, a person stands over the tiny kitten and tickles the cat's tummy. Each time the person pulls their hands away, the surprised kitty mimics the motion. It really is just about the cutest thing you've ever seen and would melt the heart of even the staunchest cat-haters. Searches on "surprised kitty" and "surprised kitty video" both posted triple-digit gains. Me-ow!

Thursday, December 3, 2009

The world~



The world rules whoever loves and seeks it,
and serves whoever abandons and denies it.
The world is that which desires and that which is desired.
Whoever desires the world is rejected by it.
Whoever rejects the world is followed by it.
The world is a bridge over the road to the Hereafter.
Cross that bridge, but do not behave as if you will remain on it forever.
It is unwise to build palaces on bridges.
Take as much from the world as will lead you to the Hereafter,
but leave behind that which will prevent you from entering it.

Yahya ibn Muadh

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Think about it ;)

Addunnia..
It's hell for muslim, yet heaven for kuffar..

Al-Akhirat..
heaven for the muslim, yet hell and remaining hell for kuffar...




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currently,
final exam is around the corner..
well my dear sis (refer it to my self)..
please put your full effort to get what you want..
yet..

don't be too confident that you are good enough with
your note,tutorials,stay up etc..
if you did not get any bless from Allah and your parents..

Study hard, Pray Harder...





Sunday, November 8, 2009

25 PESANAN LUQMANUL HAKIM KEPADA ANAK-ANAK

25 PESANAN LUQMANUL HAKIM KEPADA ANAK-ANAK

diambil dari :

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Pesanan #1:

“Hai anakku, ketahuilah sesungguhnya dunia ini bagaikan lautan yang dalam, banyak manusia yang karam di dalamnya. Bila engkau ingin selamat agar jangan karam, layarilah lautan itu dengan sampan yg bernama Takwa, isinya ialah Iman dan layarnya adalah Tawakkal kepada ALLAH.”

1 - dunia ibarat laut yang dalam

Pesanan #2:

“Orang-orang yang sentiasa menyediakan dirinya untuk menerima nasihat, maka dirinya akan mendapat penjagaan dari ALLAH. Orang yang insaf dan sedar setelah menerima nasihat orang lain, dia akan sentiasa menerima kemulian dari ALLAH juga.”

2 - terima nasihat

Pesanan #3:

“Hai anakku, orang yg merasa dirinya hina dan rendah diri dalam beribadat dan taat kpd ALLAH, maka dia tawadduk kepada ALLAH, dia akan lebih dekat kepada ALLAH dan selalu berusaha menghindarkan maksiat kepada ALLAH.”

3 - tawadduk

Pesanan #4:

“Hai anakku, seandainya ibubapamu marah kepadamu kerana kesilapan yang dilakukanmu, maka marahnya ibubapamu adalah bagaikan baja bagi tanam tanaman.”

4 - baja bagi tanaman

Pesanan #5:

“Jauhkan dirimu dari berhutang, kerana sesungguhnya berhutang itu boleh menjadikan dirimu hina di waktu siang dan gelisah di waktu malam.”

5 - hutang

Pesanan #6:

“Dan selalulah berharap kepada ALLAH tentang sesuatu yg menyebabkan untuk tidak menderhakai ALLAH. Takutlah kepada ALLAH dengan sebenar-benar takut ( taqwa ), tentulah engkau akan terlepas dari sifat berputus asa dari rahmat ALLAH.”

6 - putus asa dari rahmat Allah

Pesanan #7:

“Hai anakku, seorang pendusta akan lekas hilang air mukanya kerana tidak dipercayai orang dan seseorang yang telah rosak akhlaknya akan sentiasa banyak melamunkan hal- hal yang tidak benar. Ketahuilah, memindahkan batu besar dari tempatnya semula itu lebih mudah daripada memberi pengertian kepada orang yang tidak mahu mengerti.”

7 - pendusta akan hilang kpercayaan

Pesanan #8:

“Hai anakku, engkau telah merasakan betapa beratnya mengangkat batu besar dan besi yang amat berat, tetapi akan lebih berat lagi daripada semua itu, adalah bilamana engkau mempunyai tetangga (jiran) yang jahat.”

8 - jiran tetangga yang jahat

Pesanan #9:

“Hai anakku, janganlah engkau mengirimkan orang yang bodoh sebagai utusan. Maka bila tidak ada orang yang cerdik, sebaiknya dirimulah saja yang layak menjadi utusan.”

9 - orang bodoh sebagai utusan

Pesanan #10:

“Jauhilah bersifat dusta, sebab dusta itu mudah dilakukan, bagaikan memakan daging burung, padahal sedikit sahaja berdusta itu telah memberikan akibat yang berbahaya.”

10 - dusta dan daging burung

Pesanan #11:

“Hai anakku, bila engkau mempunyai dua pilihan, takziah orang mati atau hadir majlis perkahwinan, pilihlah utk menziarahi orang mati, sebab ianya akan mengingatkanmu kepada kampung akhirat sedangkan menghadiri pesta perkahwinan hanya mengingatkan dirimu kepada kesenangan duniawi sahaja.”

11 - pilih majlis

Pesanan #12:

“Janganlah engkau makan sampai kenyang yang berlebihan, kerana sesungguhnya makan yang terlalu kenyang itu adalah lebih baiknya bila makanan itu diberikan kepada anjing sahaja.”

12 - jangan makan sampai kenyang

Pesanan #13:

“Hai anakku, janganlah engkau langsung menelan sahaja kerana manisnya barang dan janganlah langsung memuntahkan saja kerana pahitnya sesuatu barang itu, kerana manis belum tentu menimbulkan kesegaran dan pahit itu belum tentu menimbulkan kesengsaraan.”

13 - pahit dan manis

Pesanan #14:

“Makanlah makananmu bersama-sama dengan orang-orang yang taqwa dan bermusyawarahlah urusanmu dengan para alim ulamak dengan cara meminta nasihat dari mereka.”

14 - makan bersama orang yang bertakwa

Pesanan #15:

“Hai anakku, bukanlah satu kebaikan namanya bilamana engkau selalu mencari ilmu tetapi engkau tidak pernah mengamalkannya. Hal itu tidak ubah bagaikan orang yang mencari kayu api, maka setelah banyak ia tidak mampu memikulnya, padahal ia masih mahu menambahkannya.”

15 - ilmu untuk diamalkan

Pesanan #16:

“Hai anakku, bilamana engkau mahu mencari kawan sejati, maka ujilah terlebih dahulu dengan berpura-pura membuat dia marah. Bilamana dalam kemarahan itu dia masih berusaha menginsafkan kamu, maka bolehlah engkau mengambil dia sebagai kawan. Bila tidak demikian, maka berhati-hatilah.”

16 - mencari kawan sejati

Pesanan #17:

“Selalulah baik tutur kata dan halus budi bahasamu serta manis wajahmu, dengan demikian engkau akan disukai orang melebihi sukanya seseorang terhadap orang lain yang pernah memberikan barang yang berharga.”

17 - bertutur dengan baik dan sopan serta bermanis muka

Pesanan #18:

“Hai anakku, bila engkau berteman, tempatkanlah dirimu padanya sebagai orang yang tidak mengharapkan sesuatu daripadanya. Namun biarkanlah dia yang mengharapkan sesuatu darimu.”

18 - pilih teman yang berharap

Pesanan #19:

“Jadikanlah dirimu dalam segala tingkahlaku sebagai orang yang tidak ingin menerima pujian atau mengharapkan sanjungan orang lain kerana itu adalah sifat riya' yang akan mendatangkan cela pada dirimu.”

19 - jangan riya' dan mengharapkan sanjungan

Pesanan #20:

“Hai anakku, janganlah engkau condong kepada urusan dunia dan hatimu selalu disusahkan oleh dunia saja kerana engkau diciptakan ALLAH bukanlah untuk dunia sahaja. Sesungguhnya tiada makhluk yang lebih hina daripada orang yang terpedaya dengan dunianya.”

20 - jangan condong kepada dunia

Pesanan #21:

“Hai anakku, usahakanlah agar mulutmu jangan mengeluarkan kata-kata yang busuk dan kotor serta kasar, kerana engkau akan lebih selamat bila berdiam diri. Kalau berbicara, usahakanlah agar bicaramu mendatangkan manfaat bagi orang lain.”

21 - berdiam diri lebih baik dari berkata yang kotor

Pesanan #22:

“Hai anakku, janganlah engkau mudah ketawa kalau bukan kerana sesuatu yang menggelikan, janganlah engkau berjalan tanpa tujuan yang pasti, janganlah engkau bertanya sesuatu yang tidak ada guna bagimu, janganlah mensia-siakan hartamu.”

22 - berjalan tanpa tujuan dan mensia-siakan harta

Pesanan #23:

“Barang siapa yang penyayang tentu akan disayangi, sesiapa yang pendiam akan selamat daripada berkata yang mengandungi racun, dan sesiapa yang tidak dapat menahan lidahnya dari berkata kotor tentu akan menyesal.”

23 - disayangi dan tiada penyesalan

Pesanan #24:

“Hai anakku, bergaul rapatlah dengan orang yang alim lagi berilmu. Perhatikanlah kata nasihatnya kerana sesungguhnya sejuklah hati ini mendengarkan nasihatnya, hiduplah hati ini dengan cahaya hikmah dari mutiara kata-katanya bagaikan tanah yang subur lalu disirami air hujan.”

24 - bergaul rapat dengan orang yang alim dan berilmu

Pesanan #25:

“Hai anakku, ambillah harta dunia sekadar keperluanmu sahaja, dan nafkahkanlah yang selebihnya untuk bekalan akhiratmu. Jangan engkau tendang dunia ini ke keranjang atau bakul sampah kerana nanti engkau akan menjadi pengemis yang membuat beban orang lain. Sebaliknya janganlah engkau peluk dunia ini serta meneguk habis airnya kerana sesungguhnya yang engkau makan dan pakai itu adalah tanah belaka. Janganlah engkau bertemankan dengan orang yang bersifat talam dua muka, kelak akan membinasakan dirimu.”

Monday, October 26, 2009

The sweetness of Iman..


~The sweetness of Iman..~

The Prophet Muhammad (S) said in authentic hadith,

" Three (traits)
whoever has them,
finds the sweetness of Iman:
i) that Allah and His Messenger be more beloved to him than anyone else,
ii) that he loves a person and does not love him expect for Allah,
iii) and that he hates returning to Kufr after Allah has saved him from it just as he hates to be thrown into fire"

-Bukhari and Muslim-

:)

"Verily in the remembrance of Allah do hearts find rest"

[13: 28}

Tuesday, August 25, 2009

A lesson In life

Thank you Allah for these peaceful stretches of time where I can just relax my mind somewhat...

I have problems but.... the sun is shining and so am I.


Everything happens for a reason.

Nothing happens by chance or by means of good or bad luck.

Illness, of injury, love, lost moments of true greatness and sheer stupidly all occur to test the limits of your soul, without these small tests, if they be events, illness or relationships, life would be like smoothly paved ,straight,flat,road to now where.

If some one hurts you, betrays you or breaks your heart, forgive them, for they have helped you learn about trust and the importance of being cautious to who you open your heart to.

If someone loves you, love them back unconditionally, not only because they love you, but because they are teaching you to love and opening your heart and eyes to things you would have never seen or felt without them.

Make everyday count, appreciate every moment and take from it everything that you possibly can, for you may never be able to experience it.

Talk to people you have never talked to before and actually listen. Hold your head up because you have every right to tell yourself you are a great individual and believe in yourself, no one else will believe in you either.

You can make of your life any thing you wish, create your own life and then go out and live it.

None Can Stop You From Living YOur Dream
Just Pray To Allah And Everything Will Turn Easy

May We All Meet In Jannah InsyaAllah

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~ what a wonderful world we have..

if we open our eyes and thanks to Allah..

for every single things happen in our life.. ~

Thank You Allah (SWT): Did we get a bill from Allah (SWT)?

Thank You Allah (SWT): Did we get a bill from Allah (SWT)?

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Dihantar Oleh: NJ maniac*

Editor: b_b



A man reached 70 years of age and was affected by a disease which made him unable to urinate. The doctors told him that he needs an operation to cure the disease. He agreed to do the operation as the problem was giving him severe pain for days. When the operation was completed the doctor gave him a bill which covered all the costs. After looking at the bill, the man started crying. Upon seeing this, the doctor said, "If the cost is too high then we could make some other arrangements for you." The old man replied, "I am not crying because of the money but I am crying because Allah (SWT) let me urinate for 70 years and HE never sent me a bill!"SubhanAllah

And He gives you of all that you ask Him; and if you count Allah's favors, you will not be able to number them; most surely man is very unjust, very ungrateful.- Noble Qur'an (14:34)






Moral: We rarely thank Allah (SWT) for these things which are indeed great favors. Take a little pause and think for a while about the bounties of Allah Almighty within yourself. May Allah (SWT) grant us the ability to recognize His bounties and thank Him more often.





















* Source: islamicoccasions.com

Wednesday, July 15, 2009

Why we must read Al-Quran?

Why we must read Al-Quran?
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editor : everjihad





Why do we read Quran, even if we can't understand a single Arabic word? This is beautiful story, please read till end and forward to all you knows...

An old American Muslim lived on a farm in the mountains of eastern Kentucky with his young grandson. Each morning Grandpa was up early sitting at the kitchen table reading his Qur'an. His grandson wanted to be just like him and tried to imitate him in every way he could.

One day the grandson asked,
"Grandpa! I try to read the Qur'an just like you but I don't understand it, and what I do understand I forget as soon as I close the book. What good does reading the Qur'an do?"

The Grandfather quietly turned from putting coal in the stove and replied,
"Take this coal basket down to the river and bring me back a basket of water."

The boy did as he was told, but all the water leaked out before he got back to the house.

The grandfather laughed and said,
"You'll have to move a little faster next time,"

He sent him back to the river with the basket to try again. This time the boy ran faster, but again the basket was empty before he returned home. Out of breath, he told his grandfather that it was impossible to carry water in a basket, and he went to get a bucket instead.

The old man said,
"I don't want a bucket of water; I want a basket of water. You're just not trying hard enough,"

He went out the door to watch the boy try again. At this point, the boy knew it was impossible, but he wanted to show his grandfather that even if he ran as fast as he could, the water would Leak out before he got back to the house. The boy again dipped the basket into river and ran hard, but when he reached his grandfather the basket was again empty.

Out of breath, he said,
"See Grandpa, it's useless!"

"So you think it is useless?"

The old man said,
"Look at the basket."

The boy looked at the basket and for the first time realized that the basket was different. It had been transformed from a dirty old coal basket and was now clean, inside and out.

"Son, that's what happens when you read the Qur'an. You might not understand or remember everything, but when you read it, you will be changed, inside and outside. That is the work of Allah in our lives."

Moral of the story : Read Al-Quran frequently as it will purify our heart. When we have pure heart, it is easy to do righteous and leave jahiliyah and badness in ourselves.

Tuesday, July 7, 2009

What a wonderful world.

Really Allah loves us..



Thursday, April 30, 2009

UNDER CONSTRUCTION


this page,
REALLY
under HEAVY CONSTRUCTION...

bare with me.. hi333

"Sabr and syukr.. let's us do it"

time...