Monday, 27 August 2012

World's Oldest Person, Besse Cooper, Turns 116

By Jennifer Abbey | ABC News Blogs 
World's Oldest Person, Besse Cooper, Turns 116
It's difficult enough to fit 16 candles on a birthday cake, but trying squeezing 116 on one.
But Besse Cooper, the world's oldest person according to the Guinness World Records, chose to use numbers instead of actual candles when she celebrated her 116 th birthday Sunday. Guinness claims Cooper is one of only eight people who have reached 116.
In honor of Cooper's achievement, a bridge was named after her in Monroe, Ga., where she lives by the Walton County Board of Commissionersaccording to the Walton Tribune. A ribbon cutting ceremony was held Friday, Aug. 24 for the bridge opening.
"The older she has gotten the more wittier she has gotten," her son, Sidney Cooper, told the Walton Tribune. He also relayed a message from Cooper, who was unable to attend the ceremony, who said, "I'm glad I gave them a reason to name it."
Cooper was certified as the world's oldest person by Guinness World Records in January 2011, although she briefly had to give up her title when it was discovered that Brazilian-born Maria Gomes Valentin was 48 days older. But when Valentin died six months later, Cooper was reinstated as the world's oldest person.
Cooper was born in Sullivan, Tenn., in 1896, according to the Walton Tribune. She moved to Monroe during World War I to become a teacher. In 1924, she married her husband Luther and the couple had four children. Today, Cooper has 12 grandchildren and many great-grandchildren and great-great grandchildren, according to the Guinness World Records.
Cooper has a secret to achieving 116 years of life.
"I mind my own business," she told the Guinness World Records. "And I don't eat junk food."

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Friday, 24 August 2012

Breastfeeding Dad Raises New Questions About Motherhood

By Piper Weiss, Shine Staff 
Trevor MacDonald and his son in a photo posted on MacDonald's Milk Junkies blog. (Trevor MacDonald/MilkJunkies …

Up until last week the great breastfeeding debate was centered on where to do it and for how long. But Trevor MacDonald, a 27-year-old transgender parent, has raised an ever bigger question: who gets to do it?

The Winnipeg-based MacDonald has been chronicling his unique breastfeeding experience in photos and anecdotes on his blog for almost a year. But he gained national exposure this month, after a disagreement with La Leche League, an international breastfeeding support organization, over their definition on motherhood.

After nursing his now 16-month-old son, Jacob, he hoped to become a coach for one of the club's local support groups, but was informed only women could serve as group leaders. 

MacDonald was born a female but transitioned to a male at age 23 through a course of hormone treatments and chest contouring surgery. "I retained my female reproductive organs, but I felt (and still feel) fully male, and anybody seeing me on the street would never guess that I'm anything but a regular dude," he writes in an Out Magazine article published in April. He also firmly identifies himself as a father, rather than a mother.

He also identifies himself as homosexual ("yes, I'm that complicated," he quips) and wed his husband before becoming pregnant with their child. Before giving birth naturally he found about a breastfeeding method for women who've had mastectomies. 

His main goal was providing his newborn with the kind of nutrients only breast milk can provide. (The World Health Organization recommends breast milk for at least the first six months of a child's life.) Through SNS, a tubular device that connects a bottle to the nipple area so the child can simulate the experience of nursing, MacDonald began feeding his son, supplementing his own minimal production with lactation donations. 

At first, he found it "physically very challenging to latch a baby on when you have next to zero protruding breast tissue," but with the help of LLL's services Jacob's  nursing improved.

In a letter to LLL contesting their women-only policy MacDonald praises the institution, recognizing that a breastfeeding dad is "entirely new territory." 

"Without the support and information provided to me by LLL, I doubt that I would be breastfeeding today," he writes in the letter republished on his blog MilkJunkies. "It is my hope that I could some day reciprocate the compassion, encouragement, and expertise that made such a difference to my personal breastfeeding experience."

But LLL maintained their policy that leaders of groups must be female. In fairness, LLL's response to MacDonald, republished on his blog, emphasizes it's mission to "help all mothers…irrespective of their background." Even MacDonald, who identifies as a father, was supported by the LLL. But their leadership policies are staunchly in place. "I think there may be confusion between whom we support and who can be a Leader…in this case it is the experience of mothering through breastfeeding which qualifies a Leader to help others."

MacDonald's story was widely covered in Canadian press this week, raising new questions particularly among women.

“La Leche League Canada’s decision is discriminatory,” PhD in Parenting blogger Annie Urban, told the Toronto Star. “It is time for La Leche League to update its guidelines and recognize that breastfeeding is not exclusively a mother’s domain.”

A Montreal-based woman named Jill disagrees. In a letter to the Montreal Gazette, one of the outlets covering the story, she defended the LLL's decision, believing they were protecting mothers who might be self-conscious opening the intimacies of breastfeeding to male participants. "I believe they came to the decision that the best thing for the people they’re mandated to help would be to have a woman leading the support groups," she wrote. 

But this particular breastfeeding debate isn't about taking sides, it's about the evolution of the way we define motherhood, fatherhood and everything in between. California's recent bill to allow multiple legal parents of kids is another example of how family structures are evolving due not only to widening acceptance of sexual and gender orientation, but also of, divorce and single parenthood. 

Within the growing transgender community, an estimated 38 percent are parents, according to the Williams Institute. Those numbers will continue to rise with scientific and educational progress. Does that mean one institution should change its policies? Not necessarily, though interest in MacDonald's case may breed more support groups for all types of fathers looking to breastfeed.

The biggest lesson learned from MacDonald's interaction with the LLL, however, may be civility. Unlike other breastfeeding controversies, this particular exchange has been handled sensitively, with both MacDonald and the LLC trading compliments despite their disagreement.

At the end of the LLL's explanation for barring MacDonald from leadership, he's thanked for his interest "in helping others." MacDonald, meanwhile, is urging readers of his blog to voice their opinion, but to continue to support the LLL organization. "Don't simply withdraw your support from the organization – there are TONS of amazing, forward-thinking Leaders," he writes. "Let's not forget about them and the great work they do!"
Watch Man Gives Birth here
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Wednesday, 22 August 2012

Want to get over that awful argument?

Simply forgive and forget – it’s better for your health
by Sarah Jordan

You’ve yelled, screamed, sworn and stomped around but now the argument is over and it’s time to move on. Here are five ways to forgive and forget and one VERY good reason why you should....
New research from the University of California, San Diego, has revealed that people who stay calm and forgive their loved-ones after an argument are less likely to suffer serious spikes in blood pressure.
They asked over 200 volunteers to pick a moment in their lives when a friend or partner had deeply offended them. They then asked half the volunteers to think about how it had angered them and the other half to ponder the incident in a moreforgiving way.
The participants were then distracted for five minutes before being asked to consider the sameargument again in any way they liked. Despite having the time to ‘calm down’, the angry group showed the greatest increase in blood pressure, however there was no difference in heart rate between the groups.
So, what does this mean?
High blood pressure isn’t necessarily dangerous in the short term, but in the long term it can lead to hypertension that causes strokes and heart attacks.
The authors of the study believe that forgiveness can lower our reactivity to stressful events and even offer ‘sustained protection’ from the physicals effects of anger, worry and stress.
To help you forgive and forget (which isn’t always the easiest thing to do after a blazing row) we’ve compiled some top tips to help you get past that upsetting argument and back on track....
1. Get some perspective: That big fight you just had may seem like the be-all-and-end-all at the moment, but remind yourself that it’s just one moment in your life. In the grand scheme of things it’s just one ten minute glitch. Don’t let the event overwhelm you.
2. Learn a lesson: It takes two to Tango and usually when two people argue they both say hurtful things. Don’t consider yourself the only victim – try and find out how the argument started, its root cause and how you can prevent another similar scuffle in the future.
3. Let go of resentment: When you resent someone it will eventually start to eat away at you. Get your feelings off your chest; it may be tricky and embarrassing but it will be worth it in the long term.
4. Don’t retaliate: It’s easy when someone snaps at you to snap back, but that just perpetuates the problem. Don’t get sucked in – simply discuss the issues you’re having then revert straight back to normal as soon as possible. An atmosphere is a difficult thing to deal with.
5. Positive revenge: The best kind of revenge is to show the other person that you’re happy, healthy and enjoying your life. Show them that their hurtful words don’t impact your day-to-day existence. Prove that your confidence and self belief isn’t determined by their actions. You will feel empowered and they will learn that your relationship is not defined by the bad times.  
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Sunday, 19 August 2012

Men's worst swimsuit mistakes

Diesel medium fit swim trunks(Courtesy of Piperlime)From baggy to boring, avoid these big beach fails, so you'll look your hottest when you soak up the sun. 
Olympians like Michael Phelps and Ryan Lochte make a splash when they hit the pool — literally.
But if you're the kind of guy who doesn't know the butterfly stroke from that winged insect that flutters around the garden, you can still make a gold medal-worthy statement when you suit up for a day of swimwear-mandatory activity. And looking hot can be as easy as a lap around the kiddie pool — if you avoid these mistakes that fizzle with the bikini-rocking ladies you may be trying to impress.
"A guy's swimwear choices say a lot about his style and level of confidence," Style Editor Marie Kojitani tells Yahoo! Shopping.
You're already getting off on the right (flip-flop-clad) foot: "The biggest mistake men make when shopping for swimsuits is not shopping for swimsuits," Bloomingdale's Men's Fashion Director Josh Peskowitz explains. "Guys tend to not plan it out in advance and only when it's necessary. Just the other day I was at the beach, and a friend said, 'I need swim trunks.' But we were at the beach!"
Cue the lifeguard: Yahoo! Shopping is breaking down the other fashion fails otherwise hunky dudes make when they come close to baring it all. Summer may be winding down, after all, but you still have plenty of time — and beach days — before you have to trade in your swim trunks for your warmer winter wardrobe.
Go for the Gold
Forget the Summer Olympics. We're talking about an original fairy-tale: the saga of Goldilocks and the Three Bears, in which a slick intruder strives for porridge perfection.
"The most common mistake men make is buying the wrong size," says Joshua Carter, Target spokesperson. "Find one that fits your body best."
Taking a cue from Miss Goldilocks, you'll need a suit that's just right, like this Diesel "Dolphin" medium-fit trunk (Above; $40, Avoid a baggy silhouette, cautions Kojitani. "Oversized shorts tend to make you look like a teenager," she says.
But that's not an excuse to size down.
"On the flip side, guys should avoid anything too tight or revealing at the beach," Kojitani explains. "Leave a little something for the imagination, and pick a pair that flatters your body type without showing off too much."

Penguin solid trunk(Photo courtesy of Short Can Be Sweet
It's your last chance to show some skin before you have to bundle up again, so embrace the less-is-more mantra (much like you encourage female beach-goers to do).

Whether your body type reflects months of hot-weather prep at the gym, or a little snowstorm-induced hibernation, "buying a trunk that is too long will make you look shorter and stockier than you really are," Kojitani says.
Another plus: A shorter cut, like this solid Penguin trunk ($65,, adds height.
The most universally figure-flattering style hits right above the knee.

Target board shorts with pockets(Photo courtesy of Target)Think About It
Sometimes you feel like catching a wave — and some days you'd rather just catch some rays. Don't pick out a bathing suit solely for its design; consider what purpose it has to serve, Carter says.
"If you're headed to the beach,board shorts with pocketsare the best and most functional choice," he says ($19.99, "If you're looking to swim laps, a slim-fitting short is a great option."

Theory trunk's trouser-waistband style(Photo courtesy of Bloomingdale's)Double or Nothing
Plan on taking your swimwear get-up from the water … to the boardwalk bar? Opt for a polyester suit. "It's light, dries fast and is very comfortable," Carter says, so you won't be making the wrong kind of splash among fellow happy hour-goers.
Guys shouldn't strictly think of their bathing suit as a beach day-staple. Get double the bang for your buck — ahem, more money to put away for a tropical vacation — when you invest in a pair than can pass for shorts, such as thisTheory trunk's trouser-waistband style($145,
"Not only can you wear them in the water, but you can pair them with a tee when hanging out on the beach or, better yet, with a nice linen shirt when it comes time for happy hour," Peskowitz says of the trouser-cut.
Another perk of this waistband, for the gentlemen who'd rather trudge through the snow than strip off their shirts at the shore: "As long as you get the right size," adds Peskowitz, "they offer a forgiving fit that almost all guys can feel comfortable in."

Tommy Bahama swim trunks(Photo courtesy of Me Fun
If your office-dress code requires any form of tie (or if you're already dreading the stuffy sweaters you'll need in no time), now is your time to shine — so how does bright orange sound? Grab a print-happy one by Tommy Bahama($62,
"Don't be afraid of color," Peskowitz says. "Especially for guys who don't have a lot of color in their wardrobe, this is a great opportunity to infuse new hues and patterns." (Here's another summery dare: If you're feeling brave, and tan, show off your sun-kissed skin in a white suit that will make your glow pop.)
And that might be enough to catch the eye of a special someone.
"My biggest pet peeve is when men are afraid of vibrant colors and prints. Be adventurous," Kojitani says. "You're hanging out at the pool or the beach, so don't be shy and have a little fun."
She adds: "If [a guy] shows up at the pool wearing a bold-colored swim trunk, it conveys that he's stylish and not afraid to be seen."


'Rich Kids of Instagram': Overserved and Oversharing

First came Paris Hilton. Then the documentary about heirs of the One Percent, "Born Rich," and MTV's series "My Super Sweet 16." Now comes the dot-com version of silver-spoon voyeurism: "The Rich Kids of Instagram."

The blog on Tumblr features photos set in gilded frames of rich kids and wanna-bes in various states of excess, undress and indulgence, and ever since its launch last month, "The Rich Kids of Instagram" has touched off a firestorm of debate over rich kids and social media.
One shot shows three teens swimming at a lake - and pouring Dom Perignon into one other's mouths. Another shows a guy sticking a giant foam finger out of his Ferrari, while in another kids slide down a giant inflatable slide attached to the side of their mega-yacht.
The site also marks the debut of a whole new genre: "receipt porn." Some posts consist of a photograph of a 100,000-euro meal receipt from St. Tropez or a $42,000 bar bill. (Read: Millionaires Say Their Kids Are Unfit to Inherit Their Wealth.)
Dom Perignon also features prominently throughout: being poured on heads, being poured into a spaghetti sauce and being paired with a hot dog (and girl with bikini) "at poolside." The site might as well be called "Dom Gone Wild" (since bikinis also feature prominently).
The captions would be the stuff revolutions are built on - if the whole site were not so proudly and ridiculously superficial. There is a shot of a guy getting off a yacht with the caption "How else do u expect to get around in the Hamptons."
A shot of five dudes in a private jet bears the caption "Flying private with friends." Shoes, watches and jewelry make up the bulk of the shots, and there is one shot captioned, "All my Amex," exhibiting a gold card, black card and platinum card. Another depicts a guy wearing a necklace made of money.
That's not to mention the photos that have been taken off the site for being, well, too much. According to Bloomberg, Michael Dell's daughter Alexa posted a photo of her brother, Zachary, enjoying a feast on their private-jet flight to Fiji. Alexa has also been tweeting information about her schedule and shopping plans, creating a potential security risk. The photo and some of her over-sharing was taken down.
What to make of all this? The site has generated more than its share of scolding and class warfare on the web. Rebecca Greenfield writes in The Atlantic that "Preteens posing with helicopters they did nothing to earn and posting the pictures online for others to ogle provides an easy in for commentary on the state of the American dream. (Dead.)"
But let's be real: many of the kids on "Rich Kids of Instagram" are not really rich. And most of the stuff they're doing is not all that unusual - like wearing a suit and sunglasses. Most of the photos are just young people partying by pools or nightclubs.
The site's founder, contacted by email, wants to remain anonymous. "We find anonymity is a hard thing to replace," they wrote. Regarding the site's popularity and mission, the founder said it's "more popular than most ideas that take shape over a few glasses of wine. It's going well."
He/she added that the site has taken down "a few" photos.
Like the "Housewives" and other stars of rich-reality shows, the "Rich Kids of Instagram" is as much of a frivolous pose as it is a real window into the lives of rich kids. Those real lives, no doubt, would not always be as interesting or photogenic.

-By CNBC's Robert Frank

Miss China crowned Miss World 2012, in China

Miss China won the coveted title of Miss World on Saturday, triumphing on home soil in a mining city on the edge of the Gobi desert.
The mostly Chinese audience erupted in cheers when it was announced that the home candidate, Yu Wenxia, had been awarded the title.
"When I was young I felt very lucky because so many people helped me and I hope in the future, I can help more children to feel lucky," said Yu, who was wearing a glittering blue dress, after the result was announced.
Last year's Miss World Ivian Sarcos of Venezuela handed over her crown in the futuristic Dongsheng stadium in the northeastern city of Ordos.
A total of 116 contestants -- the highest number ever -- took to the stage during the contest, watched annually by about a billion people around the globe.
Ordos, around 700 kilometres (440 miles) from the nearest beach, is an unusual venue for the world's biggest beauty pageant.
Besides the traditional swimsuits and evening gowns, participants also donned outlandish costumes, with some dressed as belly dancers.
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Saturday, 18 August 2012

Boyfriend sets teen on fire

By G. Prakash | Malay Mail 

KUALA LUMPUR: A boyfriend is believed to have set a 16-year-old girl on fire, the third such case of jealousy in two months.
City CID chief Datuk Ku Chin Wah said the victim, identified as Nurul Firzanah Mat Zaki, is now in a coma after being torched by her beau in Wangsa Maju, early Monday morning.
Firzanah is suffering from 25 per cent burns on her face and body.
"Her 18-year-old boyfriend, identified as Mohd Amir Mohd Anuar, is believed to have gone into hiding," Ku said at a press conference at the KL police headquarters.
Police said the motive could be jealousy and that the boyfriend could have done it after a fight with the victim who had dined with him on Sunday night.
Firzanah had told her stepmother she was meeting her boyfriend.
It is learnt the family had allowed her to go out with him.
At about 4am, the stepmother received a call from Firzanah who told her she had been torched in Wangsa Maju, and was rushed to hospital by residents.
Her father, Mat Zaki Mat Hussin lodged a police report and produced a picture of the teen.
Police have classified the case as attempted murder.
On June 22, Chan Yee Mun, 22, was allegedly torched by her boyfriend after a tiff.
She succumbed to her injuries, four days later.
Police arrested her 33-year-old boyfriend and charged him with murder on July 1.
On June 29, bank clerk P. Yoga Ambiga was brutally attacked and set on fire outside her apartment in Ampang.
Three men, aged between 20 and 33, were charged with her murder.

Friday, 17 August 2012

Pandelela gets marriage proposal on Question Time

The Malaysian dive queen talks to fans about her achievements, her hobbies and what she looks for in a guy.

When a question popped up from a fan asking if she's still single, Pandelela Rinong blushed, and answered: "Yes and no ;)"

In a Question Time session with the Olympics bronze medalist this morning, the 19-year-old shared with fans her experience in London, her inspiration, her favourite past-time and yes, even her private life.

While most of the questions were focused on her bronze medal feat at the recent Olympics (she hasn't bitten on her medal yet, she's revealed) and her favourite pastime (she likes listening to K-pop, and she's a huge fan of Big Bang), the nature of the web chat took a quirky turn when readers asked her about her personal life.

A reader asked if she would like to go out on a date with him tonight, while another is willing to bring her to the upcoming Big Bang concert in KL in September and another asking if he could keep her "winning bikini". However, the highlight of the chat came when a reader proposed to her during the webchat!

When a reader who goes by the name of Wangdu asks: "Will you marry me?", a blushing Pandelela cheekily replied: "YES....IN the SIMS. be my neighbour!!"  

Pandelela is on a high after her superb performance in the Olympics turned her into an overnight sensation and the darling of 28 million Malaysians. The Sarawak-born diver gave Malaysia a largely unexpected medal in the 10m springboard event. Pandelela is the fifth personality to appear on Yahoo! Malaysia's hugely popular Question Time chat. Previous personalities to chat with Yahoo! Malaysia users include Opposition leader Anwar Ibrahim, pop star Siti Nurhaliza, Umno Youth leader Khairy Jamaluddin and Bersih leader Ambiga Sreenevasan.

Like all those before her, Pandelela had huge fun chatting with her fans during the session and went beyond the initially allocated one hour for the web chat. 

Monday, 13 August 2012

Maria Elena gunakan blog untuk berinteraksi

11 Ogos - Sesiapa yang banyak meluangkan masa di Internet sudah pasti kenal akan Maria Elena, seorang blogger dan juga vlogger terkenal di alam maya. Cantik, peramah dan gemar berjenaka, tidak hairanlah populariti Maria kian meningkat, menyebabkan gaya fesyen beliau dijadikan ikutan ramai.
Mari kita kenali dengan lebih dekat personaliti Maria yang sebenar!
Boleh Maria ceritakan serba sedikit tentang diri Maria? 
Nama saya Maria Elena binti Zarul Ahmad. Saya dilahirkan pada 15 Disember, 1987 dan berumur 25 tahun. Saya bekerja sebagai jurutera sepenuh masa, blogger / vlogger dan juga seorang tutor separuh masa. Insya Allah tidak lama lagi saya akan melanjutkan pelajaran ke peringkat Sarjana.

Bagaimana Maria boleh mula berkecimpung dalam dunia blog? 
Saya menulis blog semenjak zaman Friendster lagi hanya kerana saya memang suka bercerita dan menulis. Apabila Blogger mula-mula diperkenalkan, saya pun terus daftar masuk untuk menulis blog. Pada waktu itu internet mudah untuk didapati dan menjadi faktor utama saya semakin rancak menulis.

Maria mula bertudung setelah beberapa lama terlibat dalam dunia blog secara serius. Apakah motivasi Maria di sebalik perubahan tersebut? 
Saya mempunyai 101 sebab untuk memakai tudung, tapi saya selalu cakap pada diri yang saya masih belum bersedia lagi. Namun,pada tahun 2010, saya sudah tidak mahu lagi menunggu sehingga bersedia untuk bertudung. Saya tidak mahu lagi berasa takut untuk berubah. Motivasi saya pastilah keluarga saya sendiri serta matlamat saya untuk menjadi seorang Muslimah yang lebih baik.

Adakah Maria menulis hanya untuk dikenali ataupun memang gemar berinteraksi bersama peminat menerusi tulisan? 
Saya tak pernah terfikir ada orang nak baca blog saya semasa saya mendedahkannya kepada umum pada tahun 2010. Seperti yang telah saya katakan, saya menulis blog kerana saya suka menulis dan bercerita.

Pernah tak Maria menerima sebarang komen pembaca yang tidak dapat dilupakan? 
Pernah. Biasalah dalam hidup ini memang ada baik buruknya. Suatu ketika dulu semasa saya sedang bersedih, seorang insan telah menegur saya untuk membaca Al-Fatihah dan mengingati maksudnya, terutama sekali di ayat kelima yang berbunyi "Engkaulah yang kami sembah dan kepada Engkau kami meminta pertolongan". Disebabkan tegurannya, saya terus membaca tafsir Al-Quran untuk mendalami ilmu agama Islam dan Allah SWT.

Apakah komen Maria mengenai mereka yang sentiasa memberikan kritikan negatif terhadap blog Maria? 
Saya dulu senang terguris dengan komen berunsur negatif, tetapi sekarang saya berasakan komen tersebut adalah kelakar, tidak relevan, dan kadang-kadang juga benar. Kadang-kadang komen negatif ini membolehkan kita sedar akan kesilapan kita. Jadi, kita mestilah sentiasa bersikap terbuka dan tenang.

Suatu masa dahulu, Maria pernah tak menyangka diri Maria akan dikenali dan dihargai ramai? 
Tidak. Sebab saya rasa saya ni berperangai aneh, bukan saja terhadap kawan, tapi juga kepada keluarga sendiri. Saya tak sangka orang lain boleh terima diri saya sebegini (ketawa).

Dari mana datangnya idea penulisan Maria? 
Idea biasanya datang dari pengalaman sendiri. Ilhamnya boleh datang dari mana-mana saja, sama ada dari kawan-kawan, kerja, filem, buku, dan lain-lain.

Apakah keuntungan serta cabaran yang didapati selepas Maria terlibat dalam dunia blog? 
Cabaran yang saya dapat adalah orang akan mudah mengambil kesempatan untuk menilai dan mengutuk tanpa sebab yang kuat. Namun, saya berasa beruntung kerana dapat menyebarkan ilmu-ilmu yang bermanfaat di samping dapat berkenalan dengan orang ramai.

Maria ada sebarang nasihat untuk para pembaca yang meminati hasil penulisan anda?
Untuk para pembaca yang rajin melawat laman blog saya, anda tidak perlu menunggu masa untuk berubah kepada yang lebih baik kerana kita mampu melakukannya. Ia mungkin tidak akan berlaku dengan cepat, tapi berusahalah dan Insya Allah, ianya akan datang juga. Hidup ini bukan terhad kepada hal dunia sahaja, kerana hal akhirat juga perlu dititikberatkan. Carilah ilmu walaupun hanya menerusi Internet kerana nilainya lebih tinggi dari beg, kasut, baju ataupun kereta termahal di dunia.

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