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Thursday, September 21, 2017 at 2:15 PM with 4 comment(s)

Hi and Assalamualaikum wbt. 

As someone who is not-so-naturally calm and quite (I talk nonsense pretty much sometimes) and rather subdued temperament, I would be bluffing if I said I dont feel furious when reading news concerning Malaysia. However, I view  something that recently happened in Malaysia as such a *blessing and calamity* respectively. How at first, to our own dismay, we heard about the pre-dawn horrific fire at the religious boarding school on Thursday that resulted almost twenty-one students and two teachers died in the blaze after the fire blocked the only exit from the dormitory. To reveal the culprits, seven were arrested in connection with the school fire and the biggest shocker was that they were all who range in age from 11 to 18 and were "school leavers and dropouts." At first,  public believed it was caused by some disservice act due to the dissension from some ah long (correct me if I'm wrong),  but the assumption went astray - the seven suspects intentionally  starting the deadly blaze as they were 'mocked' by the students before, and to our another dismay, six of them had drugs in their system. Fret not, I'm not going to divulge profoundly upon this both ordeal and forlorn September tragedy. 

In the most positive thinking, I would like to manifest on what I have starred above. If you are reading this post, bear in mind that I'm going to rant about the conspicuous enlightenment. Ready?

A little retrospect regarding this tragic issue, people don't really miss the chance to speak up their outlooks and perspectives, leaving comments which aren't necessarily based on fact or knowledge but however, the judgements appear to condemn one another using most inappropriate ethic,  looks like the people personally enjoyed the careless writing grooves. Everyone jostled to prove their own points, they feel like they were perfectly true and finally get swallowed up in their ego. Hostile words were thrown at each other as if they were in a wild riot. This is not a mere squabble or altercations, people got to know the evil discontentment and went through mental assault, and trust me, it was enough to drag the person into dejection and leaving him/her traumatised and cry for days until their eyes were spent. My fellow readers, you are ought to not being ignorant to disregard what you are about to write in socmeds. Never let yourself succumbed to your moods. Spread positivity, not hatred. Because at the end of the day, you can never be able to erase the feeling of remorse inside you. (I'M TALKING ABOUT HOW CERTAIN PEOPLE SO AGGRESSIVE AND SHAMELESSLY POINTING BLAME AT ONE PERSON WITHOUT KNOWING THE UNERRING TRUTH). "O you who believe! If a Faasiq(liar-evil person) comes to you with any news, verify it, lest you should harm people in ignorance,  and afterwards you become regretful for what you have done." (Al-Hujurat 49:6)

Let's jump to the main erudition that has been bold to all of us.

1)Life without guidance- Quran is totally a futile. All of the victims were 'hafiz'- person who memorized Kalamullah. It is time actually for reflection to us. "Verily Allah does not take away knowledge by snatching it from the people but He takes away knowledge by taking away the scholars, so that when He leaves no learned person, people turn to the ignorant as their leaders, then they are asked to deliver religious verdicts and they deliver them without knowledge, they go astray and lead others astray. (Sahih Bukhari). This is indeed a scary hadith to whom who believed in it. Their demise gave a warning to us to treasure and take care of the knowledge we have, be it knowledge concerning Islam, its belief or its rules( Shari'ah).

2)The awareness of the public (PM, public figures and to mention but few) to donate their things and raise funds for the reliability and soundness of the religious education haven. (This is so far so good,  finally people open up their eyes).

3)Our generations now are so sick. Parents ought to make a formidable force in raising their children. The idea of not letting teachers give a punishment to their kids for good matter is really awful, I tell ya. Like, teachers aren't going to punish for unclear reasons, unless the students make mistakes. Raising children is not as easy as counting 1 to 10, it costs a sacrifice and it isn't only a half-arse care.  For every drop of blood,  sweat and tears being profusely drawn out in the process of developing at least a decent prepubescent child,  it is clear an adequate effort that parents had put in to better their children. Curfew is a good idea to start with, in order to control the children movement. Let say, if the curfew start at 7p.m, it helps to tackle the issue of nocturnal kids that spotted loitering around doing unhealthy activities -smoking, making fuss in the residential area and some are worse, caught having promiscuity and taking drugs.

4)This is the most tensional part. SMOKE. It is clear that cigarette can cause a serious addiction and contains conspicuous deleterious features and has no benefits to mankind. I just can't brain why there aren't any authorities volunteer to ban this devil for goodness sake. Shame is on us. Smoking cigarettes and consuming drugs(if taken beyond prescription) are dangerous and they should be banned no matter what. Allah said, "Do not throw yourself into destruction with your own hands.". (Al-Baqarah 2:195)

All in all, I was so touched with the equanimity of the parents' victims albeit the ordeal enshrouded them and left perpetual mark. I'm sure it took a lot of consolation and appeasement from their relatives to dodge the sadness. The greatest reward comes with the greatest trial, In shaa Allah.

Allah knows best.

(I wrote this as one of the steps to ameliorate myself, too)

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Blogger khairulanuar abd rahman said...

Subhanallah... Nice to read! Agreed with u, sis!

October 24, 2017 at 5:58 PM  
Blogger Int.Qillxh said...

@khairulanuar abd rahman. Hehehehe angah.

October 28, 2017 at 6:00 PM  
Anonymous ikhwan said...

thumb up

November 12, 2017 at 3:24 PM  
Blogger Int.Qillxh said...

@ikhwan Thanks a bunch.

November 29, 2017 at 2:04 PM  

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