Saturday, May 30, 2009

Asma Ul Husna

بِسْمِ اللهِ الرَّحْمنِ الرَّحِيمِِ


This videoclip is Copyright © of ESQ Leadership Center Sdn Bhd

“Dialah Allah, tidak ada Tuhan (yang berhak disembah) melainkan Dia, Dia mempunyai asma'ul husna (nama-nama yang baik).” (Surah Ta-Ha: Ayat 8)

“Serulah Allah atau serulah Ar-Rahman.Dengan nama yang mana saja kamu seru, Dia mempunyai al asmaa'ul husna (nama-nama yang terbaik) dan janganlah kamu mengeraskan suaramu dalam solatmu dan janganlah pula merendahkannya dan carilah jalan tengah di antara kedua itu”
(Surah Al Israa': Ayat 110)

“Allah memiliki Asma' ulHusna, maka memohonlah kepadaNya dengan menyebut nama-nama yang baik itu…” (Surah Al A'raaf : 180)


p/s: Sekadar untuk berkongsi keindahan dan kehebatan 99 nama-nama ALLAH S.W.T bukan sahaja sebagai halwa telinga tetapi juga sebagai santapan hati supaya dapat kita mengenali ALLAH yang maha Esa, supaya dengan rahmat dan hidayahnya dapat walau sedetik hati kita dekat kepada-Nya Insyaallah.

(Salam Semut, Alumni ESQ - Angkatan-33 KL 2009)

Wednesday, April 15, 2009

Manchester United







I don't know about you guys, but this is the football team i like the most, one of the team i've known since early days i ever heard the sport named football. Many asked me why i like this club so much. Well the truth is,i admire the quality of this club which seldomly have in other club anywhere in the world. Now, i want to share some fact about this great club that only few people know including MANCHESTER UNITED supporter itself.


Established
- 1887

Former known as - Newton Heath LYR (Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway)[1887],
Names before workers in the railway yard at Newton Heath indulged their passion for association football with games against other departments of the LYR or other railway companies


Current Official Name - Manchester United Football Club (MUFC) since [1902],
A.K.A - ManU, Man Utd, MU, Manchester United FC, Red Devils etc. After a couple of alternative names to replace 'Newton Heath LYR' was rejected such as Manchester Celtic & Manchester Central in 1902

Call Sign - The Red Devils


Managers:

  1. Ernest Mangnall - First club manager ( 1903 - 1912 )
  2. JJ Bentley - Second club manager ( 1912 - 1914 )
  3. John Robson - Third club manager ( 1914 - 1921 )
  4. John Chapman - Fourth club manager ( 1921 - 1927 )
  5. Clarence Hilditch - Temporary manager after John Chapman suspended by FA
  6. Herbert Bamlett - Fifth club manager ( 1927 - 1931 )
  7. Scott Duncan - Sixth club manager ( 1931 - 1945 )
  8. Sir Matt Busby - Seventh club manager ( 1945 - 1969 )
  9. Frank O'Farrell - Eighth club manager ( 1969 - 1972 )
  10. Tommy Docherty - Ninth club manager ( 1972 - 1977 )
  11. Dave Sexton - Tenth club manager ( 1977 - 1981 )
  12. Ron Atkinson - Eleventh club manager ( 1981 - 1986 )
  13. Sir Alex Ferguson - Twelve club manager ( 1986 - Current )

Stadium:


Name - Old Trofford
A.K.A - 'The Theatre of Dreams' Was given by Sir Bobby Charlton
  • Start Build: 1908 - Finished: 1910
  • Manchester United’s home since 1910, damage when it was bombed during World War II in 1941. rebuilding of Old Trafford was completed in 1949.
  • Capacity - 80,000 Crowds
  • First game - 19 February 1910 - Between MU vs Liverpool (Unfortunately MU lost 4-3)
  • The largest club ground in Britain, One of the finest in the world.

Archivement:


FA PREMIER LEAGUE / FOOTBALL LEAGUE DIVISION ONE
1908, 1911, 1952, 1956, 1957, 1965, 1967, 1993, 1994, 1996, 1997, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2003, 2007, 2008


FA Cup
1909, 1948, 1963, 1977, 1983, 1985, 1990, 1994, 1996, 1999, 2004


FOOTBALL LEAGUE CUP

1992, 2006, 2009, 2010


FA CHARITY / COMMUNITY SHIELD

1908, 1911, 1952, 1956, 1957, 1965, 1967, 1977, 1983, 1990, 1993, 1994, 1996, 1997, 2003, 2007, 2008


EUROPEAN CUP / UEFA CHAMPIONS LEAGUE
1968, 1999, 2008


FIFA CLUB WORLD CUP
2008


UEFA SUPER CUP

1991


EUROPEAN CUP WINNERS' CUP

1991


INTERCONTINENTAL CUP

1999


Darkest Day :


6th February 1958. a charter plane carrying MU's personnel from Belgrade for semi final match against Red Star Balgrade of 1958 european cup, crashed shortly after refulling in Munich while on the way back to england claimed 23 lives, among them were 8 MU players Roger Byrne (28), Eddie Colman (21), Mark Jones (24), David Pegg (22), Tommy Taylor (26), Geoff Bent (25), Liam Whelan (22) and Duncan Edwards (21) & 3 Club Officials, Club Secretary Walter Crickmer, Trainer Tom Curry and Coach Bert Whalley. among other who lost thier lives were Eight journalists, Alf Clarke, Tom Jackson, Don Davies, George Fellows, Archie Ledbrook, Eric Thompson, Henry Rose, and Frank Swift who was a former Manchester City player. Plane captain Ken Rayment, Willie Satinoff, Travel agent Bela Miklos and crew member Tom Cable


Official Anthem:


Glory glory Man united,
Glory glory Man united,
Glory glory Man united,
As the reds go marching on on on!

Just like the busby babes in days gone by,
We’ll keep the red flags flying high,
Your gonna see us all from far and wide,
Your gonna hear the masses sing with pride.

United, Man united,
We’re the boys in red and we're on our way to Wembley!

Wembley, Wembley,
We're the famous Man united and we're going to Wembley,
Wembley, Wembley,
We're the famous Man united and we're going to Wembley

In Seventy-Seven it was Docherty
Atkinson will make it Eighty-Three
And everyone will no just who we are,
They'll be singing que sera sera

United, Man united,
We’re the boys in red and we're on our way to Wembley!

Wembley, Wembley,
We're the famous Man united and we're going to Wembley,
Wembley, Wembley,
We're the famous Man united and we're going to Wembley

Glory glory Man united,
Glory glory Man united,
Glory glory Man united,
As the reds go marching on on on!

Glory glory Man united,
Glory glory Man united,
Glory glory Man united,
As the reds go marching on on on!

Glory glory Man united,
Glory glory Man united,
Glory glory Man united,
As the reds go marching on on on!




Notes: This topic will be constantly updated from time to time prior to changes!! Thank you...

Wednesday, April 1, 2009

Kalau Orang Pandang Rendah...



Tahu tak bila orang pandang rendah pada Anda, Anda boleh tukar perasaan tu jadi pencetus untuk Anda jadi bersemangat? Gunakan reverse thinking. Jadikan kata-kata kesat mereka sebagai pembakar semangat Anda. Jadikan ia pendorong untuk Anda membuktikan kebolehan Anda.

Kata-kata orang yang memandang rendah pada Anda, sebenarnya Anda boleh jadikan sempadan diri atau tahap pencapaian usaha Anda. Bila orang memandang rendah, kira macam dia ingatkan Anda yang Anda tu ada bakat, ada potensi, ada kebolehan cuma dia masih lum nampak! Oleh itu, Anda kena usaha kuat, biar dia nampak apa bakat Anda.

Kekadang Anda sendiri yang menghadkan kebolehan diri sebab terus menerus mengingat apa yang orang cakapkan pasal Anda. Orang cakap Anda bodoh, pastu Anda selalu ingat yang Anda bodoh, kesannya Anda jadi bodoh walaupun sebenarnya Anda ada potensi untuk jadi pandai dengan menukar panggilan bodoh sebagai pendorong untuk Anda berusaha jadi orang pandai.

Minda kita dibentuk oleh apa yang kita fikirkan selalu. Kita boleh jadi rajin, jika kita percaya yang kita boleh berubah jadi orang rajin pastu kita berusaha merajinkan diri serajin yang mungkin supaya kita terdorong jadi rajin. Target di minda, perlu seiring dengan usaha. Usaha perlu menuju kepada target dalam minda. Sebab tu Anda kena ada target!

Pada Anda yang selalu dipandang rendah, jangan simpan lama-lama ingatan tu. Tukarkan ia jadi pembakar semangat. Ubah kata-kata negatif, tukar menjadi kata-kata positif kemudian ingatlah selalu kata-kata positif itu supaya motivasi Anda sentiasa menyala.

Tiap kali Anda teringat kata-kata orang yang memandang rendah pada Anda, Anda bukan lagi rasa rendah diri tapi tetiba rasa bersemangat semacam, tetiba timbul inspirasi untuk Anda memajukan diri, lebih maju dari tahap sekarang ni. Bukan cobaan, tapi betul-betul punya story.

Kalo sekarang ni kerja cuma kerani, majukan diri jadi ketua kerani.

Jika sekarang ni cuma usahawan kecil-kecilan, majukan diri jadi usahawan industri.

Jika sekarang ni cuma guru biasa, majukan diri jadi guru penolong kanan atau guru biasa yang sumbangannya luar biasa.

Jika sekarang Anda cuma suri rumah, majukan diri jadi usahawan wanita. Kita ada hak untuk berubah, kerana ini diri kita, hidup kita!

Tiada siapa akan tahu apa yang boleh kita capai jika kita tidak terfikir untuk diri memperbaiki tahap pencapaian, lebih dari sekadar memperibaki taraf kehidupan. Sepatutnya kita yang kena beri dorongan positif pada diri sendiri, bukan asyik mengingat apa yang orang cakapkan negatif pasal kita. Jika Anda sering dipandang rendah, jangan mengalah. Tukarkan pandangan rendah mereka menjadi booster semangat buat diri Anda!

Sumber: http://www.imotivasi.com/

Wednesday, January 14, 2009

Doa Qunut Nazilah

Semoga Allah memberikan perlindungan dan kemenangan buat saudara-saudara kita di Gaza, Palestin bagi menegakkan panji-panji islam di tanah para anbia itu menentang kezaliman bala tentera yahudi yang dengan rakusnya meratah kedamaian penduduk Palestin, menidakkan kebebasan mereka dan membelakangkan nilai-nilai kemanusiaan atas nama mempertahankan diri menentang mereka yang berjuang untuk membebaskan tanahair mereka, disebabkan dasar zionis dengan sewenang-wenangnya merampas tanah Palestin yang makmur dan mengusir keluarga-keluarga Palestin dari tanah kelahiran mereka. Inikah yg dinamakan Keadilan?

Friday, January 9, 2009

Interviewer Top 10 Questions

Finding a good job is not an easy task nowadays, plus with the global economic crisis consequently resulting about 598,000 job loss on January 2009 in US alone worst since 34 years ago. That’s not add up to statistic from around the world which the percentage of job loss in other country would much be the same.
For jobseekers out there. Here are the “Compilations of 10 most common questions” (by: Koon Mei Ching) frequently asked by an interviewers around the world



1. Tell Me Something About Yourself ?

Now, this is a golden classic used at the start of interviews to break the ice and to get you to give them a good initial run down of who you are and your "hidden" characteristics, demonstrated in the way you present this self-story.You should prepare a 2 to 3 minute presentation that briefly introduces your self (where you're from), your personal interests (hobbies, community involvement etc), your work history, and recent career experience. The most time should be spent on the accomplishments in the last two areas.
Interviewers look out for three things:If you are able to give a brief, sequential summary of your life and career that relates to the job for which you're interviewing. Don't ramble on aimlessly on irrelevant nitty gritty details though. If you find yourself at the 5 minute mark talking about your high school days, you are WAY off the mark! Your conversational style, your confidence level, your ability to organize and present information. An idea of the person your are behind the suit.



2. Why Do You Want To Join This Company?

OK, now they want to know your motivations for joining the company. And this is usually where they can read between the lines in your answer, so think carefully when answering.
First, do your research on the company, its culture and market. Not enough job seekers do enough or ANY of this which is a real no-no! Make sure you understand who you are being interviewed by.
Second, DON'T give answers such as "Oh, because its such a cool place to work!", "I like your salary and benefits package," or "My friends are already there and it makes it easier for us to hang out together." OK, so maybe I exaggerate a little bit, but you should get the picture.
These answers seem "give-me" oriented and do not show the interviewer how your skills and experience deliver what the company needs.Third, DO demonstrate to them how you can contribute to the company's goals and how your skills and experience match their requirements. Use concrete examples as if you were already working there. For instance, when I interviewed with JobStreet.com for the role of Editor, I drew up a list of things that would add value to the job seeker. Similarly, if research shows that the company is trying to be market leader, tell them how your experience/skills will be able to let you contribute to adding market share for the company.



3. Why Are You Looking For A New Job?

This may seem like a straightforward question to answer, but look again. It is very easy to slip up here if you are unprepared. Most people seek another job because they are unhappy/unsatisfied with their current employment. But relating ANYTHING in a negative light at an interview is bad form. Most interviewers don't look so much for the reason you left, but they way you deliver your response. So, always be honest and positive. Even if you got fired from your last job, try to keep it brief yet honest. If you start ranting on about how your ex boss/company was a terrible employer, they may be thinking "Is he still dealing with bitter or sad feelings, or has he been able to focus his energy on the future and the next position? Does she place total blame on others for her situation or does she accept at least some responsibility for it?" Further, most terminations happen because of an ill-fit between company and employee, not so much performance. So, try to take this angle.
If you left voluntarily, don't dwell on the negative reasons for leaving, and focus on how you can contribute better to your new company/role.Some examples of answers that would work are below. But again, don't just memorize these answers and throw them out again without being really honest. Interviews never work if you approach them like textbook exams.
I wanted to move my career in a new direction. (Make sure you mention what this new direction is.) My company was restructuring and I chose to seek better opportunities elsewhere. I want to keep developing new skills but was unable to pursue this in my previous company. I decided to make a change to allow this to happen.



4. What Kind Of Position Are You Looking For?

Avoid vague answers such as "I want an exciting job" or "I want to grow my skills in this area." It shows lack of focus and motivation for your career objective. Instead, focus on your desired position and how your skills and experience can help you be an asset within that position. For example, "I have a strong ability to communicate and market a product as proven in my 2 years experience as marketing officer at University/company A. I believe that I understand the consumer industry and can add value to your company's marketing efforts."



5. What Do You Consider Your Strengths and Weaknesses?

This is a time to be honest, but don't go to extremes either way. You don't want to start telling them that you are really terrible at organizing and can never be on time. Neither do you make yourself out to be the next best thing since sliced bread. Instead, be clear and concise about qualities that demonstrate you take responsibility for your work ethic, actions, and experiences learned (or failures) on the job, problem-solving ability, and values.



6. What Do You Know About Our Company?

This is where your research has come in handy. It is a way to demonstrate that you are serious about joining the company and was motivated enough to learn about it before the interview. Don't respond by repeating each and every fact you learnt about the company, because it can seem arrogant and memorized. Do mention its major product, markets and latest development. Keep things positive. Also try to show your eagerness to learn more about the company by asking some questions to the interviewer him/herself.



7. What Do You Consider Your Greatest Achievements?

Try to mention about 2-3 achievements. This is a way for interviewers to gauge how you managed people/projects/yourself in a successful manner - which can translate into how you may be able to succeed in the company if they hire you. Try to choose a set of achievements that allow you to display a variety of strengths. Ie. A successful event that you set up showing your organizational skills, successfully resolving a situation at work which demonstrates your problem solving skills and delivering an important report under difficult circumstances which shows your ability to handle pressure.



8. Where Do You See Yourself One / Five Years From Now?

Respond to reflect your confidence and drive to reach a level of work that will be rewarded for your success. State realistic expectations and propose a real plan of where you intend to go within the company. Never sound overly confident, fearful or confused.



9. What Type Of Job Assignments Did You Perform In Your Last Job?

Be honest and to the point answering this, even if the assignments performed don't exactly match those required in the new position. However, also take the opportunity to mention any projects your volunteered for, special projects you took on outside your work scope or elected positions held in committees in other past jobs/university. The key point here is to try to tell them about experience gained in areas that might be relevant to your new position.



10. When You Start A New Job, How Do You Establish Good Relationships With Your New Colleagues and Supervisors?

It is important here to be enthusiastic and positive. Tell them how you worked well with your past colleagues or peers in projects etc. Networking skills is important so show how you used yours in your past to good stead.


Good Luck !!

Friday, January 2, 2009

Stop Zionis Act On Gaza !!

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