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Doa...

Dalam kehidupan kita seharian..adakah kita terfikir suatu hari nanti ada tak orang akan mendoakan kesjerahteraan ketika kita terlantar sakit...atau pun ada tak org akan mengingati kita (mengenai kebaikan yg kita lakukan )semasa kita tiada lagi di dunia ini...

Orang tua -tua cakap..kalau kita buat baik..merendah diri..sentiasa menolong orang susah...tidak menzalimi org..dan sentiasa bersikap adil..insyaAllah kita akan diingati dan di doakan...

Kalau kita jadi Boss...jangan bersikap tidak adil ,pilih kasih dgn anak buah kita..dan jgn menzalimi orang...Doa org yang dizalimi..makbul dan mujarab.

Kita renungi kisah ini (tazkirah ,kiriman kwn) ...ambil pengajaran nya bersama-sama.......


Adakah yang akan mendoakan kita?
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good relationship

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..................bandaraya kuching dari kpg di seberang....

Received sms this morning...kita kongsi bersama..

5 things to make a good relationship

1. It's important to have a woman who helps at home, who cooks from time to time, cleans up and has a job.

2. It's important to have a woman who can make you laugh.

3. It's important to have a woman who you can trust and who doesn't lie to you.

4. It's important to have a woman who is good in bed and who likes to be with you.

5. It's very, very important that these four women don't know each other

..the need to judge...

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................"look...what have you done?...you MONKEY? "

• Your ability to make judgments can serve you well. It can also cause a lot of needless trouble, anxiety, and pain.

• Stop making judgments about the things that don't matter. And you'll free yourself to focus on the things that do.

• Imagine a world in which there was nothing to annoy you. When you let go of the constant need to judge, the annoyances drop quickly away.

• Many times judgment can be replaced with understanding. And by truly seeking to understand others, you will yourself be far better understood.

• Certainly there are times when a judgment is necessary and appropriate. Your judgment at such times can be much more powerful and effective when you haven't wasted it on things that don't matter.

• Use your judgment wisely. And just as wisely, give it a rest.