Thursday, December 19, 2013

Rasulullah mengaminkan Doa Jibril...

Mimbar Masjid Nabawi : Asal mulanya mimbar yang dibangunkan oleh Rasulullah SAW pada tahun 7 Hijrah (628 Masihi) mempunyai tiga anak tangga.
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Dari Ka’ab Bin ‘Ujrah (ra) katanya:

Rasulullah S.A.W bersabda: Berhimpunlah kamu sekalian dekat dengan mimbar.
Maka kami pun berhimpun.
Lalu beliau menaiki anak tangga mimbar, beliau berkata: Amin.
Ketika naik ke anak tangga kedua, beliau berkata lagi: Amin.
Dan ketika menaiki anak tangga ketiga, beliau berkata lagi: Amin.
Dan ketika beliau turun (dari mimbar) kami pun bertanya: Ya Rasulullah, kami telah mendengar sesuatu dari tuan pada hari ini yang kami belum pernah mendengarnya sebelum ini.

Lalu baginda menjawab:
“Sesungguhnya Jibrail (A.S) telah membisikkan (doa) kepadaku, katanya: Celakalah orang yang mendapati bulan Ramadhan tetapi dosanya tidak juga diampuni.
Lalu aku pun mengaminkan doa tersebut.
Ketika aku naik ke anak tangga kedua, dia berkata lagi: Celakalah orang yang (apabila) disebut namamu di sisinya tetapi dia tidak menyambutnya dengan salawat ke atasmu.
Lalu aku pun mengaminkannya.
Dan ketika aku naik ke anak tangga yang ketiga, dia berkata lagi: Celakalah orang yang mendapati ibubapanya yang sudah tua atau salah seorang daripadanya, namun mereka tidak memasukkan dia ke dalam syurga.
Lalu aku pun mengaminkannya.

Hadits Riwayat Bazzar dalam Majma’uz Zawaid 10/1675-166, Hakim 4/153 disahihkannya dan disetujui oleh Imam Adz-Dzahabi dari Ka’ab bin Ujrah, diriwayatkan juga oleh Imam Bukhari dalam Adabul Mufrad no. 644 (Shahih Al-Adabul Mufrad No.500 dari Jabir bin Abdillah)

Wednesday, December 18, 2013

Book Launch: RAINBOW

On 10th November 2013 at Perdana Lake Club Kuala Lumpur, a book entitled Rainbow, Poetry & Prose was launched. The Book Launch was performed by President of Royal Military College Old Putera Association(OPA) Tan Sri Dr Salleh Mohd Nor. The writer is my uncle Mr. Hamzah also known as Hank Kaykuala. The book is a compilation of all poetry & prose from his blog within one year if my mind serve me right, together with his cherished moments. I was there on that day. A good day to be inspired.

Image 1: RAINBOW: Poetry & Prose

Image 2: Autography session

Image 3: Adam with his cool face.

Image 4: Photography session with Uncle Hank & Ayah.
Uncle Hank's speech.

Sunday, November 3, 2013

My Convocation Day; UKM 41st Convocation

The convocation was held on October 2013

For Faculty of Medicine, it took two days. One day for "Hari Mesra Graduan" at Dewan Perdana Mestika, Institut Latihan Dewan Bandaraya Kuala Lumpur, Jalan Yaakob Latiff, Cheras,and second was "Majlis Konkokesyen" at Dewan Canselor Tun Abdul Razak (DECTAR), Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia (UKM), Bangi. This is the UKM 41st Convocation and I'm in the 3rd session which take place on sunday morning; 27th October 2013 together with Faculty of Education & Faculty of Law.

My teacher, Pn. Norziana on briefing session
With my teacher before entering the hall.

I was lucky on that time because I met my teacher who taught me Bahasa Melayu during my secondary school. She graduated in Master of Education in the same session at the same day with me. A very fortunate event.

Lined up before entering the hall
YAM Tunku Laxamana Tunku Dato' Seri Utama Naqiyuddin Ibni Almarhum Tuanku Ja'afar; Pro-chancellor who award us the degree.

Family photo in studio.

I'm graduated of Bachelor of Science in Emergency Medicine in UKM. It took 4 years to finish the studies. Alhamdulillah.

Below are some pictures taken on Hari Mesra Graduan, a Saturday evening before graduation day.

With Prof. Raymond Azman Ali, Dean of Faculty of Medicine, PPUKM
With one of my lecturer Prof. Harlina, Obstetric and Gynecology(O&G) HOD and Specialist.

My friend, Muhammad Syukri who always give moral support and fighting spirit.

My family & Prof. Harlina
Some pictures before entering DECTAR.
My coursemate, EMed the third.

The 3rd batch EMedian

With Rosli Ahmad who shared his knowledge and his valuable experience together with other coursemate.

The Emedian's guys.
Inside the DECTAR

Outside the DECTAR. 
We had trouble finding friends because it too crowded. Only a few we managed to found.

My friend Ali, who always gave me support in terms of transportation, logistics and studies.

 Pictures with my eldest brother and his children.

I would like to thank to my mother and father, relatives, lecturers, friends and others who helped me to achieve success in my studies. Special thanks to my eldest brother and his family who spend their time on that day.
The fight will be continue. From now on, I'll work and gain experiences and then I will continue to learn until the highest level of education. Insyallah. Ameen.

UKM 41st Convocation, Session 3.

Saturday, January 26, 2013

Info: Cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR)

Cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) is an emergency procedure, performed in an effort to manually preserve intact brain function until further measures are taken to restore spontaneous blood circulation and breathing in a person in cardiac arrest. 
It is indicated in those who are unresponsive with no breathing or abnormal breathing, for example, agonal respirations.

CPR involves chest compressions at least 5 cm deep and at a rate of at least 100 per minute in an effort to create artificial circulation by manually pumping blood through the heart. In addition, the rescuer may provide breaths by either exhaling into the subject's mouth or nose or utilizing a device that pushes air into the subject's lungs. This process of externally providing ventilation is termed artificial respiration. Current recommendations place emphasis on high-quality chest compressions over artificial respiration; a simplified CPR method involving chest compressions only is recommended for untrained rescuers.

CPR alone is unlikely to restart the heart; its main purpose is to restore partial flow of oxygenated blood to the brain and heart. The objective is to delay tissue death and to extend the brief window of opportunity for a successful resuscitation without permanent brain damage. Administration of an electric shock to the subject's heart, termed defibrillation, is usually needed in order to restore a viable or "perfusing" heart rhythm. Defibrillation is only effective for certain heart rhythms, namely ventricular fibrillation or pulseless ventricular tachycardia, rather than asystole or pulseless electrical activity. CPR may succeed in inducing a heart rhythm which may be shockable. CPR is generally continued until the subject regains spontaneous circulation (ROSC) or is declared dead.

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