Tuesday, March 14, 2006

With Abadi on the way to Bray (Mt Sinai of Ireland)

There's one chapter in Sabilul Iddikar or Life of a Man by Imam Habib Abdallah Alawi al--Haddad that quote a poem;

"If a youth has nothing to boast of when reaches
twenty years, he'll never have anything to boast of!!"

After reaching 24, I'm still not sure whether I achieved anything worthy enough to boast about myself.Hmmm......

YM Chat
Puteri Nad: Happy Besdayyyyyyyyyy!!

He is very emotional and always allow himself to be very emotional. He can have a good night sleep and be in a good mood, and less than few hours at work he can be very moody. He does not understand things or try to understand things easily. If you notice him carefully, you will notice what kind of moods he is in. He is a thinker and able to do well at work and always succeed. His normal gestures mean he always look at other people faults, but he will not talk about it. He has the ability to know your thought and able to tell you what you are thinking about. He can mostly memorize all his anger, his loves. They are his important secrets and he will keep them to himself and will never let you know. He is not a very ambition man and careless about his position in society. Wealth does not drawn his attention, because he is not greedy man and as well he thinks money is not something that will last. He could be very careless about his future. He does not like to fight against all odds, but instead following the stream and make life easier. Sometimes because he likes to take an easy path, which cause him very unsteady future.
He is kind and slightly lazy, but it is his cute character. He hates rules and regulations. He will never look down on people. He is a polite guy and can be very aggressive when he is mad. He loves to think that he lives in a beautiful world and surround by nice people, so if he finds his world is cruel and not what he expects, he will live in his world instead. His other charm is that he is a funny guy, and it is his real weapon. He can tease you and yet make it looks like one of his joke. Even when he is sad, he still has that funny face, so you could hardly tell if he is mad or depress. He likes to hide his feeling and help other people especially those who need friend or lonely.
He will be everything that you want and everything you do not want. He has a chance to make it as much as a chance to fail. He can determine to make it work and can do it well, except he tends to lost his energy with other important things, that's how he miss many of his good opportunity. He can be happy and content by himself. What he think is important is not "Love" ,but firm status and stability. He has plenty of love for you. He is a good speaker, as much as he is a good listener. When he is with you, he wants to be happy. He understand his partner's emotional. He likes to take a long rest and sometimes being alone. If he needs to be alone, try not to disturb him. He is a sensitive, quiet , shy and easily hurt. He wants to feel worthy. He can be mad and noisy, but once he calm down, he will be that happy person again. He is not a jealous or possessive guy, and if he feels jealous he will hide it. He has many friends of both sex, and he care about his friends. He likes to have lots of friends, so you can not get jealous or else you will loose him.
He likes beautiful things, so if a pretty woman walk by he will look ,so do not get mad at him knowing this fact.
When he is lonely or feeling sad, be close to comfort him. He does not like to take advice,so if you want him to listen or to follow your advice, you have to act as a good sample for him first. He likes a cheery and a smart woman. If you treat him like he is your special person, then he will be that special person for you. He will trust you if he is in love, but try not to over doing it and spoil him too much. You have to know yourself worth all the time too.

Puteri Nad: Memang macam awak boleh?Part tengok pretty woman tuh....
Me: Chet.......


|PrincesSs| said...

hohoh.. x benarke?? part pretty woman tuh??

hata05 said...

epi belated bufday buddy..
nak wish lebey awal. tapi komp aku dah rosak 3 hari ok heheh..
moga dipanjang kan umur dimurahkan rezeki
bertambah ilmu amal n taqwa

Shafiq Ayman said...



Thanks....rindu kat korang di irbid.doakan aku kat sini and keep in touch walaupun dah balik ke msia.carilah aku kat mana2.korang bila nak dtg ireland?

wénkt said...

happy birthday... dari syazwan..

kita pernah jumpa kat Jordan, Mesir dgn Ireland dlu.. ingat tak?

hata05 said...

erm ko habes biler ek? 2007 ker? nak datang ireland takde duit ok , siler sedar bahawa kitorang sgtla miskin, jpa kasi sikit sajor, tapi tetap bersyukur hehe

Shafiq Ayman said...

Syazwan Hilton,

mana leh lupa.glamer ala-ala Paris Hilton gitu.Bilalah saya nak ziarah awak kat France.Balik Msia tak summer ni?boleh saya dtg ke kelantan.....

Anonymous said...

Happy birthday too.

You know, Imam abdallah al-Haddad's books are really great, even if you read it on your own, the benefits are untold. I read the Malay translations first, oh boy, arent they so boring. But the English translations by Syeikh Mostafa Badawi are so fluent, lovely and inspiring,; they make me wonder so much how good the texts are in their pure, pristine Arabic. They must be very good; but too bad I dont really have any good opportunity to learn Arabic.

I am reading Fusul al-Hikam at the moment. I was hoping to buy it but they are all sold out that I have to resort to borrow from the local library - thanks God they have one. This Sabilul Iddikar is next on my list.


Shafiq Ayman said...


Thanks for the wish.Please make some dua for me,okey?

About Imam Haddad's book, I cant agree more.You see, during last year's DID, Ustaz Fauzi was teaching the Sabilul Iddikar.The original corpus was written in (what you say) pure,pristine Arabic.So high in standard that Ustaz Fauzi himself(who studied under Ba'alawi scholars for 5 years in Yemen) sometimes had to struggle to think of the best Malay/English word to fit the real meaning of the text(especially of the poems).Most of the time, Ustaz Fauzi will refer and asked us to refer Mostafa Badawi's translation.Indeed, Dr Mostafa is the most brilliant translator of traditional works.May Allah benefitted us thru' him.

P/S :Fusul al-Hikam a.k.a Fusul Ilmiyya wa Fusul Hikamiyya? Used to read part of its translation.Bought by Dr Zikri few years back.
Work in UK after grad, AA.....You'll have enough money to buy every single Imam Haddad's books in store.

|PrincesSs| said...

jadi hadiakan dua tiga buku kepada diriku dan rakan2 yg lain juga utk perkongsian ilmu lebey berkesan..heheh

aa said...

One foot is already home. I am preparing my heart to do the same. I love books and it would be good if I can acquire them all, but as Imam Abdallah al-Haddad said, books are only last resort after one cannot find a righteous scholar or a virtuous brother, both of which I find it extremely hard to find here. They do exist, but distance and circumstances make me think, 'it is almost Asr, even the birds return to its nest'.

me said...

abg jordon?
oo bagus ada abg kandung belajar jordan kan