Sultan Of Perak .
I made a graphical view using Microsoft word of the royal Sultan of Perak since 1916 til present
No direct father/son involve after when new Sultan changed.
Untuk ayg semoga bermotivasi untuk kerja.
arah yang ingin ku tuju
rasa resah ku
dengan ilham ku tempuh
aku cuma mahukan
bayangan resah ku akan hilang
tapi keadaan memaksa
atau hanya ilusi
bagaikan mimipi jadi realiti
masa depan ku
diriku dalam dilema
benarkah anjakkan paradigma
susuli ku terima
aku cuma mahukan
bayangan resah ku akan hilang
tapi keadaan memaksa
Got this article from MohdImran Blog
It’s the talk of the town now – Windows 7 Beta is finally ready to be downloaded. This article at LifeHacker is a good starting point on how to easily download Windows 7 Beta. If everything is ok, you will be getting a product key to be used during the installation.
Now move on to the hard part, especially if you are in Malaysia and on TMnet broadband. Getting the 2.43GB ISO file downloaded. Wow! That’s 7 hours 25 mins to go? I turned out going out on Sunday afternoon, and let the download continue.
Upon reaching home, it’s 2 more hours to go. I’ve waited patiently. And this is the longest 30 mins of my life. I keep looking at the download window to see the progress.
Finally, at 11:32pm, I managed to get the ISO download. It went longer that when it first reported. I started my download at 1:56pm. That’s about 11 hours 30 mins worth of waiting time.
I just hope that ISO is fine. I will be a nightmare to find out that the file that you downloaded is corrupted. I don’t have spare PC to use for testing. I also don’t have any unused hard disk if I were to do dual boot. I also don’t want to risk myself of re-partitioning my current hard disk using Partition Magic or any tools of that kind. My last resort if to use Virtual PC. This is the software that I use a lot at work.
Phew. It’s so relief to see that the ISO boots fine on Virtual PC. Even though it’s late, let’s the installation begins.
The installation went quick smooth, and quite fast as well I have to say. And this is something new that I see during installation – homegroup password – to be used to add another computer to the group. This has been called WORKGROUP since the release of Windows 3.11 Workgroup. Now they calling it homegroup for home PCs. It’s time.
Finally, the installation has finished, and Windows 7 is booting for the first time. I kinda like the Windows logo animation during the start up.
The login screen. No different from the one that you see on Vista, but,
once you get the desktop, I have to say the the look is very refreshing. I kinda like how the taskbar looks like. Now it’s only showing icon, pretty much the same thing as how MacOS shows opened application on its dock.
The sidebar is no longer here this time. Well, in Vista, that is really something that uses lots of resources when enabled. It’s good to see it’s gone. I never actually use that sidebar anyway in Vista. This time, the gadgets can be drag directly onto desktop.
Overall, speed is something that has been improved a lot in Windows 7. And with me running it on Virtual PC where I share hard disk read time, memory and CPU cycle with my main OS – I can feel the speed, it will be a lot better I suppose if this is running on dedicated machine for itself, with I don’t have that luxury this time.
Daihatsu Mira L7 Inspection VIP Style.
Kelisa milik otai si aboy melaka. Sangat world.
- Eye lid inspection
- Spoiler Inspection
- Bumper Inspection ( Front + Back )
- Side Skirt Inspection
- Door cover Inspection x4
- Interior walnut Gino 1000
- Gino 1000 ejve engine
- Full Mira Gino Interior
- Momo Tiptronic walnut steering wheel
- SSR Type X chrome 15″ x 7
Get the first preview from Paultan.
Looks like they also use Kcar-like cars for this movie.
I believe that are SUV but looks like kcar because comparing to those big cars. Just like a big Nissan Murano can also looks like kcar when side-by-side with Toyota Alphard
The Autobots go on a cross-continental convoy in this new trailer of the Transformers 2: Revenge of The Fallen movie. The convoy goes from Long Beach all the way to some desert area with pyramids, damn! It’s a massive GM marketing exercise featuring cool new upcoming GM cars such as the blue Chevrolet Volt, the now-production Chevrolet Beat and the equally as cute Chevrolet Trax concept car. There is also a new concept car just introduced at the Chicago 2009 show called the Chevrolet Corvette Stingray Concept, which is called Autobot Sideswipe in the movie
suitable for spm candidate who wait for spm result.
From Umar ibn Al-Khattab from the Prophet (PBUH) who said:
“If only you relied on Allah a true reliance, He would provide sustenance for you just as He does the birds: They fly out in the morning empty and return in the afternoon with full stomachs.”
(Ahmad, An-Nasaa’I, Ibn Majah, Al-Hakim and At-Tirmidhi who said: “Hassan sahih”)
Students (and, in fact, everyone else) are like birds. Just like the bird leaves its nest everyday to look for worms, students leave their halls of residence or rented apartments or even their homes everyday in search of knowledge. Just like the bird which looks everywhere its wings can take it to find the sustenance for itself and its young, students attend lectures and tutorials in order to find the knowledge that they need. Indeed, food is found everywhere, so why do birds have to fly far and wide in order to find it? The key here is what birds regard as beneficial food. Mulberry leaves may be food for a caterpillar, but certainly it is not for most birds. Similarly, every day the student is inundated with information. Receiving this information is considered learning. So why, for instance, does an Imperial College student goes to Imperial College and not to Oxford? Apart from the plain fact that he is only enrolled in Imperial College, the Imperial College student goes to Imperial College because that is where he can find the information he needs to graduate with top honours in his field.
If Allah wills that the bird will meet the pellets from a hunter’s shotgun, will the bird be flying back to his nest with a full stomach? Unlikely.
If Allah wills that the student will meet, head on, the bonnet of a car speeding at 80km/h, will he be able to return home satiated, full of knowledge? Unlikely.
If Allah wills that the food that the bird seeks has run out, will the bird be able to satisfy his hunger? Unlikely.
If Allah wills that all lecturers go on strike today, will the student be able to quench his thirst for knowledge? Unlikely.
The reality, my friends, is that we are all at the mercy of Allah’s will. We are like live puppets tied to a string. We might be able to move to our left, but if the string pulls us to the right, try as we might, we will not move one inch towards our intended destination. Fellow puppets might plan to stab us from the back, but if their strings pull them away from us, all that would be in vain. We might want to wake up at 8am on the day of a 10am paper to revise some notes but if the string only yanks us from our beds at 9.30am, our plans are thrown out the window. Just like that.
We are the live puppets, but Allah is the puppet-master. He controls everything, from the fate of the spectacle you are wearing, to the banana or the chocolate muffin you are eating, right down to every bacterium that is living in your stomach. It may be true that we may have our own intentions and desires, but that is because Allah lets us have it.
We might want to achieve first-class honours in our examinations this year, and we may study for every single second we are awake. If Allah wills that we come down with a sudden pain in our upper right abdomen which leaves us stricken in bed, what can we do my dear friends? What can we do? And if it turns out that the pain is caused by an abscess in the liver which could be fatal, who can help us?
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…and in Allah should the faithful (Ever) put their trust [3:122, 5:11]
That is the reality of it all. We are at the mercy of Allah’s will. This is why tawakkal is a very important aspect of a Muslim’s faith.
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…And if any one puts his trust in Allah, sufficient is (Allah) for him… [65:3]
Whoever relies on Allah, and then Allah will suffice for him. If Allah helps us in our examinations, then bring the toughest papers on Earth. But if Allah leaves us in the examination room with a sudden mental block, even the simplest papers will leave us crying inside. What if Allah leaves us altogether?
Ibn ‘Abbas (may Allah be pleased with them) reported that the Messenger of Allah (PBUH) used to supplicate: “O Allah! To You I have submitted, and in You do I believe, and in You I put my trust, to You do I turn, and for You I argued. O Allah, I seek refuge with You through Your Power; there is none worthy of worship except You Alone; that You safeguard me against going astray. You are the Ever Living, the One Who sustains and protects all that exists; the One Who never dies, whereas human beings and jinn will all die”.
(Bukhari and Muslim)
Anas (may Allah be pleased with him) reported: Messenger of Allah (PBUH) said, “Whoever says (upon leaving his house):
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‘Bismillah, tawakkaltu ‘alallah, wa la hawla wa la quwwata illa billah (I begin in the Name of Allah; I trust in Allah; there is no altering of conditions but by the Power of Allah),’ it will be said to him: ‘You are guided, defended and protected.’ The devil will go far away from him.”
(Abu Dawud, At-Tirmidhi and An-Nasa‘i)
Abu Dawud reported it with this addition: “One devil will say to another: ‘How can you deal with a man who has been guided, defended and protected?’”
Let us rely on Allah fully after all our preparations have been made and after all efforts have been exhausted in revising for our examinations. Let us also make du‘a that He makes it easy for all our brothers and sisters out there who are struggling and working hard. We might be fighting for our first-class honours degree, but there are many others who are struggling to live and stay alive. Let us also pledge that we will train ourselves not only to be good students, but also good Muslims who will be genuine witnesses of the truth unto mankind.
All good is from Allah, but all that is bad comes from the results of our own doing.
from : tawakkal
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