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Jun 30, 2014

World Food

Posted By Snow at 6/30/2014 4 comments
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In memory of Halim (birth - 2013)
Cycling for odd jobs to feed his family in Bangladesh


Congratulations to laborers & servants who feed & school their family back home.
They feed others even when poverty is their own. This is success. ماشاء الله
... ويؤثرون على أنفسهم ولو كان بهم خصاصة ... [Q59:9 | Q64:16]

The World Food Programme is part of the United Nations, and the world's largest humanitarian agency fighting hunger. From emergency response to nutrition etc, it's funded entirely by donations from around the world. Locally in Malaysia, we also have soup kitchens, among them is Pertiwi. ❤ الحمد لله

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Jun 24, 2014

The Look

Posted By Snow at 6/24/2014 1 comments

I dunno why but the guy has a certain look

I dunno. That guy just seems to have a look. I can't quite say what it is... I dunno how to even elaborate. OK fine. *whisper* He makes me wonder how the 12 children of Israel looks like, but I don't know how they look. Maybe I can only wonder. والله أعلم

"He looks dead" What... Ahahah.

Anyway, may I say this. I think he will look handsome if he has a peaceful glow in him. But if he's temperamental, it just takes that away. Beauty is that peaceful light in you - when you have it, you will be beautiful & happy no matter how you look. يهدي به الله من اتبع رضوانه سبل السلام [Q5:16] ماشاء الله

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Jun 6, 2014

Ummah

Posted By Snow at 6/06/2014 4 comments

The variations of the word "mother" across the world: [Q30:22]
umm. ima. aem. emak. umma. amma. mae. me. mam. mama. mummy
mata. mutter. mother. madar. madre. mère. mitéra. maty. maci. matka. matushka

For "mother", is it possible that it starts with "umm أم אֵם". & then it varies into "umma, amma, mama, mummy". Then the "ma" adds with the "ta" & varies into another set "mutter, mother, madre, mère".

We could do that with father as well. Does it starts with "ab أب אב". & then it varies into "abah, abu, abeoji, baba, papa". Then the "pa" adds with the "ta" & varies into another set "pater, pedar, padre, father"... Hmmm... ماشاء الله و الله أعلم
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The universe is "cakerawala" in Malay. It roots from the word "cakera (disc)" or the sanskrit "चक्र (wheel)", which can describes its circular motions.

the universe | heart chakra

malay

Isn't it amazing - it has words from the East to the West.

Still, I do feel the Malay language is under appreciated as people seem to prefer english, as if the malay language is less civilized? But it's actually rich in vocabulary - it may even explain human migration by the language transfer. ماشاء الله
Anyway. May I share that, it's amazing that sometimes I can understand foreign languages simply bcoz it's in the Malay language. Seriously. E.g:

Arabicمعمل (makmal : lab) | more
Hebrewכפה (kopiah : skullcap) | more
Persianتخت (takhta : throne) | more
Greekδύο (dua : two), βουνό (gunung : mountain), γλυκύς (gula : sugar), γένος (jenis : kind), κεφάλι (kepala : head), κουτάκι (kotak : box), λάμπα (lampu : lamp), μάτι (mata : eye), νησί (nusa : island)
Latinmas (mister)
Spanisharmada (navy), bomberos (bomba : firefighter), carabao (kerbau : buffalo), zapato (sepatu : shoes)
Portuguesearmário (almari : cabinet), balde (baldi), banco (bangku : bench), bandeira (bendera : flag), bola (ball), boneca (boneka : doll), garfo (garpu : fork), janela (jendela : window), manteiga (mentega : butter), queijo (keju : cheese), roda (wheel), saco (saku : sack)
Dutchboontjes (buncis : green beans), cursus (kursus : course), gage (gaji : wage), hengsel (engsel : hinge), kantoor (kantor : office), laatje (laci : drawer), spandoek (sepanduk : banner), tas (bag)
Englishbabble (bebel), basin (besen), bottle (botol), book (buku), button (butang), cheer (ceria), glass (gelas), haunt (hantu), ice (ais), lantern (lentera), mind (minda), redden (radang), sad (sedih), same (sama), school (sekolah), towel (tuala)
Indianचक्र (cakera : disc), माफ़ (maaf : pardon), கப்பல் (kapal : ship), கட்டில் (katil : bed), மீசை (misai : moustache) | more
Chinese茶碗 (cawan : cup), 姐 (cik : miss), 公司 (kongsi : cooperate), 啦 (lah), 萝卜 (lobak : radish), 麵 (mee : noodle), 豆腐 (tauhu : tofu), 包 (pau : bun)
Japaneseあらまあ (alamak : oh dear), 参る (mari : come), 好き (suka : like)
Korean하루 (hari : day), 사랑 (sayang : love)


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Only Allah SWT Knows Best والله أعلم

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