بسم الله الرحمن الرحيم
الحمد لله رب العالمين
والصلاة والسلام على أشرف الأنبياء والمرسلين وعلى آله وصحبه أجمعين

We went out yesterday. Me, mum, uncle, auntie and my auntie’s mum. (No, not my grandmother)

I was walking waaaaaay ahead of everybody. I don’t know why. Habit? It is either I’ll walk behind of people or way ahead of people.

When we were at the second mall, my auntie’s mum suddenly say that we should all go ahead to look for the things we were looking for and she shall wait at the canteen area.

She said that because she thought she was holding us back as she needs to walk slowly.

Of course I felt bad.

Afterwards I walked behind everybody.

I don’t know if she was hurt but the situation was too close to home.

“You guys go ahead. Don’t need to wait for me.”

And everybody did just that.


Harmless Comments

بسم الله الرحمن الرحيم
الحمد لله رب العالمين
والصلاة والسلام على أشرف الأنبياء والمرسلين وعلى آله وصحبه أجمعين

D: But it is not impermissible. It was just a harmless comment.

K: Okay. Harmless. Yang hang duduk termenung fikir die reply ke tak, die reply ape, excited tk tentu pasal ngan aku bile die reply, malam-malam check-check segala.

Bende haram ni kdng ustaz tak boleh nak directly kate haram kt muke hang. Kadang hang sendiri tahu hati hang cane. Dah die buat otak hang serabut, ganggu fikiran segala, sampai dok terfikir die segala.

Ey ni baru hang punye ‘harmless comments’. Setan licik. Nanti lame-lame ‘harmless messaging’, ‘harmless whatsapping’, ‘harmless dating’.

(Inspiration from Hang FM dan teman-teman terlebih excited)


Nadrah Naim’s Notes – Mu’min

بسم الله الرحمن الرحيم
الحمد لله رب العالمين
والصلاة والسلام على أشرف الأنبياء والمرسلين وعلى آله وصحبه أجمعين

This post is about the few sentences that the writer took note of from the talk given by Sheikh Musthofa Al Bugha on the 9th of September 2015 at Al-Muhajirin Mosque, Singapore.

The writer actually can’t remember who translated the speaker’s arabic speech though.

The writer wrote down the follwings in her notebook:
“Bersiar2 org mu’min:
– Bace Hadith
– Taat kepade Allah”

Basically means that the believers way of sightseeing/relaxation/enjoyment is by reading the text of hadith (the sayings of the Prophet Muhammad صلى الله عليه وسلم) and by doing acts of obedience to Allah عز وجل.

This came in as an ‘answer’ to the writer’s queries that she had in her head. When she heard it, it is as if everything made sense.

The writer was struggling to try not to indulge in things that are non-beneficial, syubhah or worst, haram. So she tells herself that as a human being, she needs some kind of relaxation. This is indeed true.

Yet the issue arises when the nafs (desire) part wants to do non-beneficial ‘fun’ things yet the other part was saying no. Inevitably, there will always be a constant war between those two. And apparently sometimes (most of the times), the writer indulges in those things because ‘it is not haram’ and because ‘human beings need to relax’.

The few sentences came in as a strong counterpoint to the nafs. Basically asking itself ‘Don’t you want to be a mu’minah? (Believer)’, ‘Don’t you want to raise your standard of living?’, ‘Do you really want to watch all those non-beneficial videos in the name of relaxation?’.

Obviously these things really takes time, practice, effort, strong support, strong willpower etc. Most importantly, the help and the taufeeq of Allah عز وجل.

And it needs to start somewhere. Start leaving the non-beneficial things. Slowly increasing the beneficial things. Planning out the day, plan with a friend etc.

May Allah عز وجل help us to put in us a strong and sincere intention to slowly leave the laghaa. May Allah عز وجل make us busy with things that will benefit us both in this world and in the hereafter. May Allah عز وجل help us in striving to become true believers. May Allah عز وجل put barakah in our lives.

اللهم بارك لنا في رجب وشعبان وبلغنا رمضان

اللهم آمين

وصلى الله على سيدنا محمد وعلى آله وصحبه وسلم


All the Best Nadrah

Nenek Dok passed away on a thursday when she was about to break her fast.

Cik Musa passed away in ramadhan while at work.

Great grandfather passed away in Jeddah, buried in Madinah. Grandfather said after he finished his hajj.

Dad had a chance to say the syahadah.

Maybe one day I shall sit down and think about how these people live their lives.

And look how I am living my life.

May Allah grant us all Jannah. Allahumma aamiin.



Quran 76:22

إِنَّ هَٰذَا كَانَ لَكُمْ جَزَاءً وَكَانَ سَعْيُكُمْ مَشْكُورًا

[And  it  will  be  said],  “Indeed,  this  is  for  you  a  reward,  and  your  effort  has  been appreciated.”

Rasulullah صلى الله عليه وسلم :
“Let not any of you belittle or look down upon a good deed, even if it be that you smile in the face of your brother.”

Basically, the little things matter.💕

(Even when it is a small bad thing)



Wei. Start Prepare Pls.

K: Hi
A: Yo?
K: Dah rejab tau
A: Abestu?
K: Please ey. Behave. Sila start jgn buang mase. Ramadhan dh nk tibaaa
A: But tak haram ape….
K: Wei. If mase esek fill ngn mubah je then kau ngn binatang pun same je uh.
A: Ey apehal tetibe samekn aku ngn binatang.
K: Yelah. Dh binatang pun duduk makan tengok langit, jalan-jalan, tidur….naseb tkd tv, kalau tk same je…..tapi actually kau lagi teruk. Binatang pun zikir membesarkn tuhan. Kau je tu. Drama, facebook, insta melebih. Kau like2 quote2 motivasi tapi aku tngk kau macam…..makin setengah mati je.


Rejab is on sat btw. 9th April