Quote of the day

We touch the future,

We teach..

In one of the talk that we had in the orientation week in IPBA, I had come across one fascinating fact that made me feel energetic but at the same time feel guilty.

In the talk, a lecturer share the experience that he had when he studied oversea. To make it short, he went to Palestine and saw how the Israel children were raised and educated. Every morning before the class starts, the children would gather and one of the activities in the assembly was to read their oath. Some of the content of the oath were ‘the tastiest drinks is the blood of Muslims, the tastiest food is the meat of the Arabs, and their belonging is between the river of Nile and Fura’ (basically all of the Arabs’ land)’. That is how the Israelis brainwash their citizens. Create the never exist myth into a reality.

What about us?

We teach our children all the artists’ name since they were small but do we teach them at least the 99 names of Allah? We know the gossips about people around us.  We are too busy talking about others but we lost track about who we really are. Polytheism happens everywhere although we claim that we are the believer of the Muhammad’s faith. We blame everyone for what happen in our daily life, especially for what happens in Gaza. But what have we done? Pointing finger at others will only result other four fingers pointing back to us.

I feel energetic because I will be one of the heroes educators who can touch the future, but at the same time feel guilty because am I the right person, taking the responsible? Huhuhu.

Thats all for now. Actually I want to put just the quotation but my fingers won’t stop typing things. huhuhu.. Is there any link between the quote and the bark? as well as the song? Hmmm..

4 Comments

  1. mrwarid85 said,

    January 11, 2009 at 1:32 pm

    we will work together in achieving the “we touch the future”. If we keep thinking this profession as a second class work then it will be like that, but if we change our mentality it will be the first class profession ever… its time to change pal!

  2. Hafzan Lazim said,

    January 11, 2009 at 4:55 pm

    Don’t you worry. This great profession is running in our family blood.

  3. hafiz lazim said,

    January 11, 2009 at 9:43 pm

    policy…policymaker…policyholder…

  4. traveller said,

    January 12, 2009 at 3:59 am

    …bila ubudiyah pada materi bukan pada Yang Maha Mencipta. selamat menyentuh hati & membetulkan niat. fastaqim kama umirta…


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