You get what you give – The story of Rasheed

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This is a true story about a man named Rashed. He tells his story as follows…

I was not more than thirty years old when my wife gave birth to my first child. I still remember that night.

I had stayed out all night long with my friends, as was my habit. It was a night filled with useless talk, and worse, with backbiting, gossiping, and making fun of people. I was mostly the one who made people laugh; I would mock others and my friends would laugh and laugh. I remember on that night that I’d made them laugh a lot. I had an amazing ability to imitate others – I could change the sound of my voice until I sounded exactly like the person I was mocking. No one was safe from my biting mockery, even my friends; some people started avoiding me just to be safe from my tongue. I remember on that night, I had made fun of a blind man who I’d seen begging in the market. What was worse, I had put my foot out in front him – he tripped and fell, and started turning his head around, not knowing what to say.

I went back to my house, late as usual, and I found my wife waiting for me. She was in a terrible state, and said in a quivering voice, “Rashed… where were you?”

“Where would I be, on Mars?” I said sarcastically, “With my friends of course.”

She was visibly exhausted, and holding back tears, she said, “Rashed, I’m so tired. It seems the baby is going to come soon.” A silent tear fell on her cheek.

I felt that I had neglected my wife. I should have taken care of her and not stayed out so much all those nights… especially since she was in her ninth month. I quickly took her to the hospital; she went into the delivery room, and suffered through long hours of pain.

I waited patiently for her to give birth… but her delivery was difficult, and I waited a long time until I got tired. So I went home and left my phone number with the hospital so they could call with the good news. An hour later, they called me to congratulate me on the birth of Salem. I went to the hospital immediately. As soon as they saw me, they asked me to go see the doctor who had overlooked my wife’s delivery.

“What doctor?” I cried out, “I just want to see my son Salem!”

“First go see the doctor,” they said.

I went to the doctor, and she started talking to me about trials, and about being satisfied with Allah’s decree. Then she said, “Your son has a serious deformity in his eyes, and it seems that he has no vision.” I lowered my head while I fought back tears… I remembered that blind man begging in the market who I’d tripped and made others laugh at.

Subhan Allah, you get what you give!

pretended and hypocrite

I can’t stand to be pretended and hypocrites all the time while with this family member. It is not about forgive and forget about the past. Also not about blaming others for all the incident happened.

I can’t face to face with them anymore for the time being. There are a lot of feels deep inside my heart right now. All the feels such anger, frustration, hurt and having a strong feel of dislike towards this family member especially for the eldest.

Seems that I can’t accept the fate (is it what we call fate?). No. It is not that the point. I accept the entire destiny given by Allah with all my souls. But, it might take some time... it is not easy for me to go through all the hardest time in my life.

Until this second, I still remember and can’t forget the words and statement said by them on the day. It always appears in my mind and it hurt me (us) too much after what we had sacrificed for this family.


It is no longer strange that those we miss the most are those we take for granted. So let's appreciate it accordingly.

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money is everything in life?

its all about money.. and the relationship of this family has been broke...
money is everything in this family.. not the relationship, not the appreciation, not the give and take or word of thank you

dont have any words to say anymore...
let wait and see... what is the end of this game in this family

as outsider I cant say anythings.. silence and move away is might be the best thing should be think..

Brownies Kukus


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100gm gula castor
150ml susu cair
100ml susu pekat manis
150gm majerin

50gm serbuk koko

150gm tepung gandum
1 tsp baking powder
1/2 tsp soda bicarbonate
Secubit garam
2 biji telur gred A


1. Masak di atas api, gula castor, susu pekat, susu cair dan majerin hingga larut.

2. Larutkan koko dengan beberapa sudu adunan susu dan majerin tadi. Tuang kesemua adunan susu dan kacau sebati hingga larut kesemuanya. Masukkan telur dan kacau sebati.

3. Ayak tepung, baking powder, soda bicarbonate dan secubit garam.

4. Kaupbalikkan tepung ke dalam adunan koko.

5. Tuang dalam loyang dan kukus selama 45min - 1 jam. Sejukkan dahulu sebelum dituang ganache.

Roti Arab

Kek Kurma Kukus


2 cawan tepung gandum (250 gm) + 1sudu besar serbuk coklat (sendiri tambah)
8 biji pisang emas (kurang lebih 200 g isi pisang) - tukar jadi kurma 200gm, kukus n lenyek
3/4 cawan gula halus - aku guna gula biasa
4 biji telur

3/4 cawan mentega cair - aku guna minyak masak

1 camca teh baking powder
1 camca teh soda bicarbonate
1/4 camca teh esen pisang - tak ada esen aku letak vanilla bagi wangi

Secubit garam


1. Panaskan air dalam kukusan, balut tutup kukus dengan kitchen towel bersih, lenser tin bulat berukuran 9 inci dengan sedikit mentega atau minyak. Ketepikan (dalam gambar mat guna "bunt-pan")

2. Gaul tepung bersama baking powder, kemudian ayak. Lecek pisang bersama garam dan soda bicarbonate hingga hancur. Ketepikan.

3. Dalam satu bekas, satukan telur, gula dan mentega cair. Kacau dengan whisk hingga pekat dan berkrim (berubah jadi warna pucat). Masukkan pisang lecek, gaul rata dan masukkan tepung sedikit demi sedikit sambil digaul hingga sebati.

4. Masukkan esen pisang (jika guna), kacau rata dan tuang dalam bekas tadi. Kukus selama 45 minit. Kalau guna acuan kecil2, kukus 10 minit. Gunakan api sederhana besar.

Kuih Lapis

Pancake Coklat