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Friday, 26-Aug-2005 00:00 Email | Share | | Bookmark
Apa dikira merdeka?

pokok yg menyaksikan kuala lumpur
hambar menyambut merdeka?
deretan JG boleh dikira ini tahun
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Apa yang dikira,
digit besar di menara,
terpekik terlolong, terkinja-kinja
kononnya, keranamu Malaysia.

Apa yang dihitung,
saat untuk melaung,
menyerak suara terlolong-lolong,
kononnya, keranamu Malaysia.

Tepat detik, anak muda melaung,
"Merdeka! Merdeka! Merdeka!"
Kononnya, berjiwa merdeka,
yang tua, juga terlolong,
"Merdeka! Merdeka! Merdeka!
Ditanya, "Pakcik pun nak sambut merdeka."

Saban tahun lebih empat dekad,
dataran menanggung sesak dan padat,
manusia yang mengaku cintakan negara,
mendabik bangga, "kami anak merdeka!"
"kami perwaris bangsa!"
Cis, meludah aku pada mereka!

Mereka fikir,
hanya laungan kekal merdeka?
mereka ingat,
aman merdeka kekal selamanya?
Hingga terlupa,
sujud syukur pada Yang Esa,
beri peluang kita merasa,
nikmat merdeka Malaysia milik kita.

Sepatutnya dikira,
berapa dekad lagi untuk merasa,
aman sentosa anugerah Yang Esa,
sepatutnya dihitung,
ramai mana anak muda melencong,
lupa tugas sebagai penyambung,
kemerdekaan yang diagung!


-puisi 'sambal belacan' nukilan GLID-


Thursday, 25-Aug-2005 00:00 Email | Share | | Bookmark
Walimatul Urus Zaki dan Ita

From Kajang 6.30 am
 
 
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Pengantin: Zaki Faisal and Norhasnita
Tempat: Jln Md Salleh, Pontian Johor
Tarikh: 21 Ogos 2005

Nota Kaki:
1) Pengantin sampai lambat sbb ujan rahmat agak lebat
2) Kiter tk dpt snap byk, yg sadisnya... gmbr pengantin dari blkg ja... sbb bz siapkan meja pengantin, lalu letih dan malas nk snap byk2

To Abg Zaki: congratulation, may Allah bless you with millions barakah


Wednesday, 10-Aug-2005 00:00 Email | Share | | Bookmark
Basic Feng Shui

 
 
 
Marites says that feng shui adheres to common sense. For example, a very cluttered table is considered bad feng shui as it creates too much yin. Even without knowing this, we are already aware that on a practical level, a messy desk can hinder work progress and create chaos.

Other features believed to cause bad feng shui are the sharp edges of tables and open bookshelves resembling blades that send out killing energy. The solution is to remove them, move away from them so you are not directly in their path, or to place obstructions between you and them.

Here are other ways to foster positive chi in your workplace:

1)Position your desk at the far corner diagonal to the entrance door. The more internal your location is, the better your feng shui will be.

2)You should not sit under an exposed overhead beam. Otherwise, you'll often feel pressured and suffer from headaches.

3)Don't situate your desk at the end of a straight corridor or across the entrance door.
Your opportunity for advancement will be badly hindered if your desk directly faces a staircase or a restroom.

4)Avoid sitting with your back to the door.

5)Sharp table corners are considered "poison arrows, or use plants to block the negative effect.

6)Do not sit directly opposite a square pillar. The cutting edge of the pillar will wreak havoc in your work life. Success will be difficult to obtain, and you will often be sick. The best solution is to move out, but if you can't deflect the bad energy by surrounding the four sides of the pillar with plants or mirrors. This symbolically makes the column or pillar disappear.


The Trouble with Doors
If the office door is at the end of a corridor, it receives killing chi everyday
Having doors that face the elevator is discouraged. The constant opening and closing of elevator doors creates a great deal of imbalance.
If the door faces a staircase, the chi is extremely negative. If there are two staircases, there will be a great deal of disharmony and altercations in the office.


Saturday, 6-Aug-2005 00:00 Email | Share | | Bookmark
Kemahiran Hidup Bersepadu Teras Tingkatan Tiga





harap2 og dbp or dawama tak anta legal letter kat aku sbb copy layout mereka dari buku teks yg asli. wakakakakakakaka


Friday, 5-Aug-2005 00:00 Email | Share | | Bookmark
money wisdom

 
 
 
The quickest way to start on your way to keeping an effective budget is to simply start by tracking how you currently spend your money no matter the amount. On of the hardest tasks of keeping a budget is determining how much to make the budgeted amount for each category. But, if you start by just tracking what you currently spend, you will have a good starting point to figure out your limits for each budget category. Also, people tend to spend less when they track how much they spend and are surprised at how quickly it adds up.

The following percentages will give you good rule of thumb for what you should be spending as a percentage of your income on some of the major budget categories :

35% - Housing -- Spend no more than 35% of net income on housing. That includes mortgage or rent, utilities, insurance, taxes and home maintenance.

20% - Transportation -- Spend no more than 20% of net income on transportation. That includes car payments, auto insurance, tag or license, maintenance, gasoline and parking.

15% - Debt -- Spend no more than 15% of net income on all consumer debt: student loans, retail installments contracts, credit cards, personal loans, tax debts and medical debts.

10% - Savings -- Save at least 10% of income throughout your working life

20% - Other -- Spend no more than 20% of net income on all other expenses: food, clothing, entertainment, child care, medical expenses, tithing and charity.



Separating wants from needs is a matter of self-control. The ability to distinguish between wants and needs is essential for having life’s “extras”. Dream-shattering debt will result from the inability to distinguish the point at which need deceitfully starts to take over want. Now is the time to convert your hidden wants into cash.

To start saving, take an inventory of your current needs identifying areas of excess spending. Start with the biggest items first (these items have the most potential for savings), and move down the scale to the less expensive items. Even a moderate savings on one of the larger items (houses and cars, for example) can bring a big reward. You can then start to maximize your saving effectiveness by starting to save on some of the smaller expenses.

Smart purchases
Fitting in nicely with saving money on items that you need is making smart purchases. Nearly every person in the world wants to be a wise purchaser, but few are able to achieve that goal. Have you ever looked around your home and taken inventory of items that you paid too much for, items you purchased that you didn’t really need, and maybe even broken or non-functioning items which are costing you money in repairs or upkeep?

Use the following 5 techniques to saving on purchases!

Differentiate between Wants and Needs.
(Needs are those items that are necessary to sustain you and your loved ones lives.)

Ignore the Jones’.
(You don’t have to have the biggest and the best, irregardless of cost.)

Capitalized on power of group purchasing.
(Credit Unions and Warehouse Clubs often have group discount purchasing agreements.)

Extravagant purchases will lose their glitter.
(After the complements of family and friends have faded away, there still remains the big payment, maintenance, and repairs.)

Try before you buy.
(Before you buy anything, especially items with big price tags, borrow one, rent one, or try one out before you fork over the cash.)


Remember that this all might look good on paper, but unless you can truly visualize yourself reaping the rewards of your savings in future years you will never have the discipline to ignore the wants that tempt you in the present!



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