..::AiN d'HeArTy::..


Saturday, February 27, 2010

waFa n' scHooLing tiMe

in the 1st week of schooling, waFa is not excited at all and will cry everyday...thinking of mama & papa...hehehe...may be she feel no one is going to be her friend...2nd week is more convincing, tho her face still no sweetness...at least no cries...ahaks...everyday she need to be persuade and lots of promising given...and mak tok also need to bribe her with KitKat most of the days...(bangkrup ler kalu tiap2 hari)...and at last...3rd week is love going to school, coz' she already has friends, able to talk with, play with, eat with...but typical wafa always complaint this and that...hehehe...she love singing, drawing and colouring now...requesting mama to buy some exercise book for her...ok ok...no problem, as long as you wanna go to school and learn, my dearest wafa...

among the sister and brother, she is the easiest to be wake up during the morning time for schooling...tho she is the last to sleep...(tido siang daaa)...

P/S: Mama love u so much sweetheart...mama loves all three of my sweetheart...thanks sayang for the precious kiddos...

Thursday, February 25, 2010

***BE HAPPY ^-^ AT WORK***

Bila kita conggak2 balik...masa kita byk yg kita spend kat office dari kat rumah...mana tak nyer...kita keje 8 jam sehari plus traveling lagi, andaikan traveling kita amik 1 jam sehari, means kita spend masa tuk bekerja 9 jam x 5 hari = 45jam...kalau 6 hari = 54jam(lama tu)...sedangkan kat rmh byk masa yg kita guna tuk tido aje (kebiasaan 8 jam sehari) ini bermakna kita cuma spend masa 7 jam sehari di rumah berbanding 9 jam di pejabat...so kesimpulannyer...kita kenalah make sure yg kita praktik kan "Happy Working in the Office"...
...bercakap pasai mempraktikkan happy working...ada beberapa tips yg telah digodek2 dari 1 article written by David Wee...dalam article nye, David contribute 10 tips to increase job satisfaction...as well as helping us to get ahead.

"If you have been in your current job for a long time, you likely to get unhealthily comfortable in it or you may start to feel dissatisfied. You want something different or more"...
1. Rest and recharge...we must plan and book for vacations and do sthg fun for ourself, so that we can recharge
2. Rotate work tasks...instead of plugging away at heavy task alone, take a break and shift to another assignment
3. Re-evaluate your career path...to see whether you are on target with your professional goals.
4. Re-connect with your co-workers...take time while getting that morning cup of coffee or as pass the hallway to say "hello" and catch up, coz' they are an effective source of feedback and positive support.
5. Ramp up your skills...pick-up a self-help book or attend a lecture or seminar to better prepare urself for ur next challenge at work.

6. Romance yourself at work...strive to work more towards those task that give you the most satisfaction
7. Recipe for happy and healthy worker...balancing ur work and personal life by taking steps everyday, to find the right balance for you
8. Request help...if and when necessary, when you are in a tight spot
9. Retain your professional connections...maintaining professional contacts and connections helps keep your network strong and provides a solid base for future reference
10. Remember, it's all about you...if you are unhappy or unsatisfied at work, determine what is making u unhappy. If possible, make or request small changes in ur current job, so your work will be more appealing

Whatever it is you resolve to do, remember that taking time to review your goals or plans can help you stay on track with your ambitions, whether it be getting a promotion, a raise or finding that ideal new job or career.

Friday, February 19, 2010

irDiNa and her art's woRk


since very young irdina really loves drawing and nowadays she really enjoyed it. at all times she will do something which i found quite good at her age...and don't want to stop her interest if she like to do so...and a support from me if she want to join any art class. but at the moment her schedule quite pack and i afraid she will be too occupied and no time to do her other hobbies like reading and writing....

but, believe me, her 1st hobby actually is watching television....huh...all kids loves this...she enjoyed it until she need to wear spectacle since last year...watching TV too near...true or mitos? kekeke

a charming DAD
a lovely MUM
a lovely elder SIS
a sweet BRO
a cutie little SIS

Thursday, February 11, 2010

@@@_Copenhagen Accord_@@@

...in line with the talks attended yesterday organised by CSR Asia @ Bursa Malaysia, KL...i am interested in looking forward on the issue related to COPENHAGEN ACCORD...below is the info gathered from the net for my understanding and sharing....

and the talks conducted yesterday is really an interesting topics "Business Risk and Opportunities Post Copenhagen", chair by CSR Asia, talks by Ministry of Agriculture, Malaysian Airline System and Corston-Smith Assets Mgt

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The Copenhagen Accord is the document that delegates at the United Nations Climate Change Conference (UNCCC) agreed to "take note of" at the final plenary session of the Conference on 18 December 2009 (COP-15). It is a draft COP decision and, when approved, is operational immediately.

The Accord, drafted by Brazil, China, India, South Africa, and the United States, is not legally binding and does not commit countries to agree to a binding successor to the Kyoto Protocol, whose present round ends in 2012. The BBC immediately reported that the status and legal implications of the Copenhagen Accord were unclear.

The Accord:

Endorses the continuation of the Kyoto Protocol
Underlines that climate change is one of the greatest challenges of our time and emphasises a "strong political will to urgently combat climate change in accordance with the principle of common but differentiated responsibilities and respective capabilities"
To prevent dangerous anthropogenic interference with the climate system, recognises "the scientific view that the increase in global temperature should be below 2 degrees Celsius", in a context of sustainable development, to combat climate change.
Recognises "the critical impacts of climate change and the potential impacts of response measures on countries particularly vulnerable to its adverse effects" and stresses "the need to establish a comprehensive adaptation programme including international support"
Recognises that "deep cuts in global emissions are required according to science" (IPCC AR4) and agrees cooperation in peaking (stopping from rising) global and national greenhouse gas emissions "as soon as possible" and that "a low-emission development strategy is indispensable to sustainable development"
States that "enhanced action and international cooperation on adaptation is urgently required to... reduc[e] vulnerability and build.. resilience in developing countries, especially in those that are particularly vulnerable, especially least developed countries (LDCs), small island developing states (SIDS) and Africa" and agrees that "developed countries shall provide adequate, predictable and sustainable financial resources, technology and capacity-building to support the implementation of adaptation action in developing countries"
About mitigation agrees that developed countries (Annex I Parties) would "commit to economy-wide emissions targets for 2020" to be submitted by 31 January 2010 and agrees that these Parties to the Kyoto Protocol would strengthen their existing targets. Delivery of reductions and finance by developed countries will be measured, reported and verified (MRV) in acordance with COP guidelines.
Agrees that developing nations (non-Annex I Parties) would "implement mitigation actions" to slow growth in their carbon emissions, submitting these by 31 January 2010. LDS and SIDS may undertake actions voluntarily and on the basis of (international) support.
Agrees that developing countries would report those actions once every two years via the U.N. climate change secretariat, subjected to their domestic MRV. NAMAs seeking international support will be subject to international MRV
Recognises "the crucial role of reducing emission from deforestation and forest degradation and the need to enhance removals of greenhouse gas emission by forests", and the need to establish a mechanism (including REDD-plus) to enable the mobilization of financial resources from developed countries to help achieve this
Decides pursue opportunities to use markets to enhance the cost-effectiveness of, and to promote mitigation actions.
Developing countries, specially these with low-emitting economies should be provided incentives to continue to develop on a low-emission pathway
States that "scaled up, new and additional, predictable and adequate funding as well as improved access shall be provided to developing countries... to enable and support enhanced action"
Agrees that developed countries would raise funds of $30 billion from 2010-2012 of new and additional resources
Agrees a "goal" for the world to raise $100 billion per year by 2020, from "a wide variety of sources", to help developing countries cut carbon emissions (mitigation). New multilateral funding for adaptation will be delivered, with a governance structure.
Establishes a Copenhagen Green Climate Fund, as an operating entity of the financial mechanism, "to support projects, programme, policies and other activities in developing countries related to mitigation". To this end, creates a High Level Panel
Establishes a Technology Mechanism "to accelerate technology development and transfer...guided by a country-driven approach"
Calls for "an assessment of the implementation of this Accord to be completed by 2015... This would include consideration of strengthening the long-term goal", for example to limit temperature rises to 1.5 degrees

Emissions pledges
January 31, 2010, is the date set under the Accord for countries to submit emissions reductions targets.

The Australian Government committed to reduce emissions by at least 5% by 2020; this figure may increase if stronger commitments are made by other nations.
The US committed to reduce emissions by 17% below 2005 levels by 2020[citation needed]
Canada committed to reduce emissions by 17% below 2005 levels by 2020[citation needed]

The European Union labeled the conference and accord a "disaster".[citation needed]
South Africa, despite being one of the five draftees, described the accord as "not acceptable".[citation needed]
The G77 explained that it will only secure the economic security of a few nations.

Australia were happy overall but "wanted more".[citation needed]
India were "pleased" although related that the accord "did not constitute a mandate for future commitment".
The United States said that the agreement would need to be built on in the future and that "We've come a long way but we have much further to go."
Great Britain said "We have made a start" but that the agreement needed to become legally binding quickly.[6] Gordon Brown also accused a small number of nations of holding the Copenhagen talks to ransom.
China's delegation said that "The meeting has had a positive result, everyone should be happy."[6] Wen Jiabao, China's prime minister said that the weak agreement was because of distrust between nations: "To meet the climate change challenge, the international community must strengthen confidence, build consensus, make vigorous efforts and enhance co-operation."
Brazil's climate change ambassador called the agreement "disappointing".[citation needed]
Representatives of the Maldives, ALBA (so called Alternativa Bolivariana para los Pueblos de Nuestra América, this is, mainly Venezuela, Bolivia, Cuba), Sudan and Tuvalu were unhappy with the outcome .
Bolivian president, Evo Morales said that, "The meeting has failed. It's unfortunate for the planet. The fault is with the lack of political will by a small group of countries led by the US."

Concerns over the accord exist, some of the key criticisms include:

The accord itself is not legally binding
No decision was taken on whether to agree a legally binding successor or complement to the Kyoto Protocol.
The accord sets no real targets to achieve in emissions reductions.
The accord was drafted by only five countries.
The deadline for assessment of the accord was drafted as 6 years, by 2015.
The mobilisation of 100 billion dollars per year to developing countries will not be fully in place until 2020.
There is no guarantee or information on where the climate funds will come from.
There is no agreement on how much individual countries would contribute to or benefit from any funds.
COP delegates only "took note" of the Accord rather than adopting it.
The head of the G77 has said it will only secure the economic security of a few nations.
There is not an international approach to technology.
Forgets fundamental sectoral mitigation, as transportation.
It shows biases in silent ways such as the promotion of incentives on low gas- emitting countries.


Tiba-tiba dari luar pintu terdengar seorang yang berseru mengucapkan salam. 'Bolehkah saya masuk?' tanyanya. Tapi Fatimah tidak mengizinkannya masuk, 'Maafkanlah, ayahku sedang demam', kata Fatimah yang membalikkan badan dan menutup pintu.

Kemudian ia kembali menemani ayahnya yang ternyata sudah membuka mata dan bertanya pada Fatimah, 'Siapakah itu wahai anakku?'
'Tak tahulah ayahku, orang sepertinya baru sekali ini aku melihatnya,' tutur Fatimah lembut. Lalu, Rasulullah menatap puterinya itu dengan pandangan yang menggetarkan.

Seolah-olah bahagian demi! bahagian wajah anaknya itu hendak dikenang.

'Ketahuilah, dialah yang menghapuskan kenikmatan sementara, dialah yang memisahkan pertemuan di dunia.
Dialah malaikatul maut,' kata Rasulullah, Fatimah pun menahan ledakkan tangisnya. Malaikat maut datang menghampiri, tapi Rasulullah menanyakan kenapa Jibril tidak ikut sama menyertainya.

Kemudian dipanggillah Jibril yang sebelumnya sudah bersiap di atas langit dunia menyambut ruh kekasih Allah dan penghulu dunia ini.

'Jibril, jelaskan apa hak ku nanti di hadapan Allah?', tanya Rasulullah dengan suara yang amat lemah.
'Pintu-pintu langit telah terbuka, para malaikat telah menanti ruhmu.
'Semua syurga terbuka lebar menanti kedatanganmu,' kata Jibril.
Tapi itu ternyata tidak membuatkan Rasulullah lega, matanya masih penuh kecemasan. 'Engkau tidak senang mendengar khabar ini?', tanya Jibril lagi.
'Khabarkan kepadaku bagaimana nasib umatku kelak?'
'Jangan khawatir, wahai Rasulullah, aku pernah mendengar Allah berfirman kepadaku: 'Kuharamkan syurga bagi siapa saja, kecuali umat
Muhammad telah berada di dalamnya,' kata Jibril.
Detik-detik semakin dekat, saatnya Izrail melakukan tugas. Perlahan ruh Rasulullah ditarik.

Nampak seluruh tubuh Rasulullah bersimbah peluh, urat-urat lehernya menegang. 'Jibril, betapa sakit sakaratul maut ini.'
Perlahan Rasulullah mengaduh. Fatimah terpejam, Ali yang disampingnya menunduk semakin dalam dan Jibril memalingkan muka.

'Jijikkah kau melihatku, hingga kau palingkan wajahmu Jibril?'
Tanya Rasulullah pada Malaikat pengantar wahyu itu.
'Siapakah yang sanggup, melihat kekasih Allah direnggut ajal,' kata Jibril.
Sebentar kemudian terdengar Rasulullah mengaduh, kerana sakit yang tidak tertahankan lagi.

'Ya Allah, dahsyat nian maut ini, timpakan saja semua siksa maut ini kepadaku, jangan pada umatku.'
Badan Rasulullah mulai dingin, kaki dan dadanya sudah tidak bergerak lagi.
Bibirnya bergetar seakan hendak membisikkan sesuatu, ! Ali segera mendekatkan telinganya. 'Uushiikum bis shalati, wa maa malakat aimanuku'
'peliharalah shalat dan peliharalah orang-orang lemah di antaramu.'

Diluar pintu tangis mulai terdengar bersahutan, sahabat saling berpelukan.
Fatimah menutupkan tangan di wajahnya, dan Ali kembali mendekatkan telinganya ke bibir Rasulullah yang mulai kebiruan.

'Ummatii,ummatii,ummatiii?' - 'Umatku, umatku, umatku'

Dan, berakhirlah hidup manusia mulia yang memberi sinaran itu.
Kini, mampukah kita mencintai sepertinya?

Allahumma sholli 'ala Muhammad wa baarik wa salim 'alaihi

Betapa cintanya Rasulullah kepada kita.

Sampaikan kepada sahabat-sahabat muslim lainnya agar timbul kesadaran untuk mengingat maut dan mencintai Allah dan RasulNya, seperti Allah dan Rasulnya mencintai kita.

Monday, February 08, 2010


akhirnya...tercapai jugak impian aku nk memiliki E72 yg menarik hatiku sejak sebelum di"launching"kan oleh Nokia....last year...setelah asyik termimpi2 memilikinya...dan mengidamkannya...akhirnya tercapai jugak ler niat suci murni ku...inilah hasil titik peluhku bekerja...dgn bonus appreciation yg diberi oleh my co....i awarded myself with the special gift that i dream of....thanks to myself for making it true...ahaks

.....and now is the time to explore the handphone....with a lovely touch...my lovely gadget... =)

...:::diNNer @ CheNg hO resTauRaNt:::...

special thanks to Shaukat n Nana for threating us a special diNNEr @ Cheng Ho Restaurant...tho my tummy is not felling well...i manage to try all the food that they ordered. such a lovely food...tambah lagi bila org belanja...betul tak kak emy??? hehehe....but kak emy suggested to try chinese food next round, since the specialty is the chinese foods offerred by Amy Search...herm sapa lak nk treat for the next round??? hehehe...agaknyer sdn bhd la kot =)

besides eating at Restoran Cheng Ho nie....let's us recall back the history of Laksamana Cheng Ho, yg terkenal pada zaman dinasti ming....

Pada musim luruh 600 tahun yang lalu iaitu pada tahun 1405 Masihi, sebuah armada yang paling besar skopnya di dunia pada masa itu bertolak dari pelabuhan Sungai Yangtze di luar Bandar Nanjing, ibu negara kerajaan Dinasti Ming bagi belayar ke seberang laut. Laksamana Cheng Ho yang telah memimpin pelayaran secara besar-besaran tersebut.

Nama asal Cheng Ho ialah Ma Sanbao. Beliau dilahirkan dalam sebuah keluarga Etnik Hui yang menganut agama Islam di Yunnan, barat daya China. Datuk dan bapanya telah menunaikan fardu haji ke Mekah. Mereka mengetahui keadaan di luar negara dan suka menjelajah.

Semasa berusia 10 tahun, Ma Sanbao dirampas oleh pasukan pengawal maharaja lalu dibawa ke Nanjing, lantaran itu beliau telah dilantik sebagai sida dalam istana maharaja. Ma Sanbao yang cergas dan pandai telah disukai oleh maharaja dan dianugerahi nama Cheng Ho oleh maharaja.

Semasa Cheng Ho berusia 34 tahun, Maharaja Zhu Di mengambil keputusan untuk menghantar armada bagi melaksanakan pelayaran besar-besaran ke pelbagai negara di Asia dan Afrika untuk menjalinkan hubungan persahabatan dengan negara-negara di kawasan itu. Baginda menitahkan Cheng Ho memimpin pelayaran besar-besaran itu.

Bandar Nanjing terletak di pinggir Sungai Yangtze, sungai yang terbesar di China. Industri pengeluaran kapal sudah bersejarah lama dan sangat berkembang di Nanjing pada masa itu. Berdasarkan catatan sejarah, terdapat 34 buah bengkel pembuat kapal di luar Bandar Nanjing dan tukang-tukang kapal yang terbaik di seluruh China telah bertumpu di Nanjing. Taraf kemahiran pembuatan kapal daripada tukang-tukang tersebut merupakan taraf tertinggi bagi industri pembuatan kapal di dunia pada masa itu. Kapal "Baochuan" yang digunakan dalam pelayaran Cheng Ho ialah dibuat di Nanjing. Kapal "Baochuan" merupakan kapal layar bersaiz besar. Disebabkan pelayaran itu dilaksanakan berdasarkan titah Maharaja Zhu Di, maka kapal-kapal tersebut bukan sahaja ukurannya besar, tetapi juga diperlengkapi dengan kemudahan yang moden. Pada tahun 1957, sebuah batang kemudi sepanjang 11.7 meter daripada kapal "Baochuan" telah digali keluar daripada perut bumi di tapak bengkel pembuat kapal "Baochuan" di Nanjing. Kalau dikira berdasarkan panjang batang kemudi tersebut, maka kapal "Baochuan" armada Cheng Ho yang paling besar telah mencatat lebih seribu tan, ini merupakan kapal yang paling besar di dunia pada masa itu.

Armada Cheng Ho terdiri daripada beberapa puluh kapal yang berbeza-beza saiznya. Jumlah keseluruhan pegawai, pedagang dan anak kapal armada Cheng Ho mencatat lebih 20 ribu orang. Sutera, barang porselin dan barang seni kraf tangan lain dimuatkan di dalam kapal-kapal tersebut. Semasa armada itu berlabuh di setiap pelabuhan luar negara, Laksamana Cheng Ho akan menganugerahkan cap mohor yang diperbuat daripada perak dan menghadiahkan cenderamata kepada raja negara-negara yang dilawati. Laksamana Cheng Ho juga menyampaikan titah Maharaja Zhu Di Dinasti Ming China yang menggalakkan negara-negara tersebut menghantar utusan melawat China agar meningkatkan pertukaran antara satu sama lain. 7 kali pelayaran seumpama itu telah dilaksanakan oleh Laksamana Cheng Ho dalam tempoh 28 tahun. Pada tahun 1435, Laksamana Cheng Ho yang berusia lebih 60 tahun meninggal dunia di India dalam pelayaran ke-7 semasa kembali ke China.Armada Cheng Ho berjaya tiba di pantai Laut Merah dan pantai timur Afrika dan telah melawat lebih 30 buah negara dan kawasan di Asia dan Afrika dalam 7 kali pelayaran itu. Pelayaran Laksamana Cheng Ho ke negara-negara Asia dan Afrika itu telah meluaskan pandangan rakyat China dan meningkatkan pengetahuan geografi rakyat China. Pelayaran itu juga telah meningkatkan petukaran, persefahaman dan perdagangan antara rakyat China dengan rakyat pelbagai negara Asia dan Afrika. Pelayaran Laksamana Cheng Ho lebih awal separuh abad daripada Comumbus, pelayar yang terkenal di dunia.

Sunday, February 07, 2010

hafizah...song by 9 Band

what a lovely song dedicated to me by Ibu Yaya...thanks so much...i love this song...x sangka famous gaks aku kat IndOnesia...kekeke

Hafizah's Lyric

Hafizah kau gadis yang paling cantik
Hafizah kau gadis yang paling manis

Hafizah kau gadis yang paling seksi
Hafizah kau gadis yang paling baik

Sungguh ku tak mengerti ini bisa terjadi padaku
Ku cinta padamu ku sayang padamu oh Hafizah

Sungguh mati ku ingin bisa mendapatkan dirimu
Walau begitu jauh ‘tuk bisa berjumpa denganmu
Sungguh mati ku ingin bisa mendapatkan dirimu
Walau begitu jauh ‘tuk bisa berjumpa denganmu

Dengarkanlah hatiku ku yang mencintaimu sejak dulu
Jangan engkau ragu-ragu kepadaku oh Hafizah

Back to Reff:

Sungguh mati ku ingin bisa mendapatkan dirimu
Walau begitu jauh ‘tuk bisa berjumpa denganmu