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Sunday, November 30, 2008

Allah Knows

Assalamualaikum w.b.t..

Sometimes and the most of the times, I feel like giving up. Giving up on what I'm doing. I'm sick of tiredness. All my soul are soo weary every now and then day after day.

Oh Allah.. give me a strength.

Because of Allah, I'm not quitting. Because of Him, I'd never fret never frown. Because of Him, I'm not throwing in the towel. And me, I'm keep on doing this. Even I dont certainly know till when I should go through all these. Even I dont certainly what would the end be and what it'll look like. All I know, I put all my trust on Him all the time. Only Allah knows the rest.

Allah Knows
By Zain Bhika and Dawud Wharnsby Ali

When you feel all alone in this world
And there?s nobody to count your tears
Just remember no matter where you are
Allah knows, Allah knows.

When you're carrying a monster load
And you wonder how far you can go
With every step on that road you take
Allah knows, Allah knows.


(Cause) No matter what, inside or out
There's one thing of which there's no doubt
Allah knows, Allah knows.
And whatever lies in the heavens and the Earth
Every star in this whole universe
Allah knows, Allah knows.

When you find that special someone
Feel your whole life has barely begun
You can walk on the moon shout it to everyone
Allah knows, Allah knows.

When you gaze with love in your eyes
Catch your glimpse of paradise
And you see your child take the first breath of life
Allah knows, Allah knows.


When you lose someone close to your heart
See your whole world fall apart
And you try to go on but it seems so hard
Allah knows, Allah knows.

See we all have a path to choose
Through the valleys and hills we go
With the ups and the downs never fret never frown
Allah knows, Allah knows.

Chorus 2x

Every grain of sands in every desert plants
He knows

Every sheet of palm, every closed hand
He knows

Every sparkling tear on every eye lash
He knows

Every thought I had and every word I share
He knows

Allah knows

Saturday, November 29, 2008

The 10-mins-Test

Assalamualaikum w.b.t

This is all I wanna share you. Its about our 10 minutes Pharmaco test today. Isn't that sounds funny? Haha. And the most funniest thing is..we studied to death for that 10 minutes. (Well hurmm.. It doesnt really like WE since I pun takdelaa study kuat sangat (haha) but my housemates did.huuu~)

It's more likely my first time entered the well- or BETTER-organized exam hall. Since this exam hall are basically use during the second exam for those who reseat their paper or probably any exams not that I know of, that makes me never been here before. (alhamdulillah so far tak pernah reseat for any paper).

Takde laaa macam the narrow terowong yang selalu kitorg exam bawah ni~

But still had to went through the crowd. It apparently wont change. Urghhh~

There were 10 questions and Alhamdulillah I answered all the question even if I certainly know my answers are wrong! kuik3~ Bantai je laaa.. Its better than nothing isnt it?~

Bole lagi tersengih after kuar from exam hall. Psstt..They probably did well~

And the lessons of the day are:
  • Don't believe Doctor as regards what would the questions be. Its okay to read off from their limits. huhu. Doc kate soalan wont be out from his note.
  • Even your exam will only be in 10 minutes, dont take things easy. Bacelah buku dengan gigih! huuu~

  • Dont you ever watch the korean movie with pizza on your right hand and notes on your left hand at night before the exam. The left hand wont work!

  • Marilah kite study Pharma hari2. Susah weii!

Balik rumah je terus tido~ (basic routine after any exams even the exam only 10 minutes.huahua)

Budget malam tu ade tuition Pharma but it suddenly canceled (yeay!!) with unknown reason. (If there's reasons, I je yg tak tau kot~ malas nak amek tahu.kuik3.)

Went back home and continue on doing my delayed job bcos of the 10 minutes exam lah. Making envelopes for my Engagement Invitation Card.. jemput datang ye~

haha tipu je lah! Adoii manyaknye~! Seb baik ade Asma membantu sambil layan cite korea lagi..Thanx Asma! And I post this entry just after finishing them. Huaarghhh. I feel like sleeping~ Let's hit the hay! kuik3.

Thursday, November 27, 2008

I miss 'em & those moments!

The truth is...i'm suffering from CHRONIC HOMESICKNESS!!

Permata Keluarga - UNIC

Saturday, November 22, 2008

Hiccups a.k.a Sedu

Assalamualaikum w.b.t
What Causes a Hiccup?
People have been pondering the precise cause of hiccups for thousands of years. Ancient Greek physician Galen, for example, hypothesized that hiccups were simply violent emotions that began in the stomach and erupted out the mouth. This hypothesis has not exactly been disproved, but since then, we have come up with many more.
We know what happens during a hiccup. During normal breathing, we take in air from the mouth and nose, and it flows through the pharynx, past the glottis and into the larynx and trachea, ending in the lungs. The diaphragm, a large muscle between the chest and abdomen, aids this airflow. It moves down when we inhale, and then up when we exhale. The phrenic nerves control the movement and sensation of the diaphragm. Any irritation to these nerves induces a spasm of the diaphragm. This spasm causes a person to take a short, quick breath that is then interrupted by the closing of the epiglottis (a flap that protects the glottis, the space between the vocal cords). The sudden closing creates the sound we all know as a hiccup.

So, hiccups are the result of diaphragm spasms. But what causes the irritation that leads to the spasm? There are only a few culprits for common hiccups, which usually disappear within a few minutes. One of the main irritants is a full stomach -- a result of swallowing too much food or air. A distended stomach pushes against the phrenic nerves of the diaphragm, increasing the possibility of irritation and, therefore, hiccups. A full stomach of spicy food can do double damage -- hot foods can be especially irritating to those nerves. As any smoker on a bender can tell you, excess smoking and drinking alcohol can also cause hiccups. A rapid temperature change outside or inside your stomach, from a cold night or a hot beverage, can be irritating enough to induce hiccups. Finally, emotions -- shock, excitement and stress -- can also trigger a hiccup fit.
Persistent and intractable hiccups can have more serious causes. There are hundreds, from hysteria to heart attacks, but most fit into one of five categories: central nervous system problems, metabolic problems, nerve irritation, anesthesia or surgery, and mental health issues. Because these causes are so varied and potentially serious, anyone suffering from hiccups for more than 48 hours should head straight to a doctor.

How to Stop Hiccups?
Once you have hiccups, you'll probably want to get rid of them ASAP. And you'll probably be overloaded with treatment options from well-meaning onlookers -- anything from swallowing a spoonful of sugar to pulling on your tongue. But no one solution has been proven to be more effective than another -- it seems to depend on the person and the specific situation. And medical advice can be just as varied, with treatments ranging from a digital rectal exam to surgery.

Before you start slurping down peanut butter, though, hang on for a few minutes -- most cases of hiccups resolve on their own. However, if you just can't wait, or if they just won't stop, a home remedy is worth a try. Some of the most popular home remedies work by stimulating the nasopharynx, the part of the pharynx behind the tonsils that is continuous with the nasal passage. These remedies -- drinking from the far side of the glass, biting into a lemon, or pulling on your tongue -- are often helpful in relieving hiccups that have lasted for a few minutes.
Other popular methods -- like holding your breath - can stop hiccups by interrupting the respiratory cycle. Breathing into a paper bag, quickly downing a glass of cold water and being startled also work for the same reason. No one is exactly sure why, but mental distraction often stops hiccups. To try it out, simply have someone put you on the spot and demand to see a hiccup. If these methods aren't effective, acupuncture and hypnosis have been successful for some persistent hiccup sufferers.
Medical maneuvers are usually reserved for those with persistent or intractable hiccups. Tapping or rubbing the back of the neck, massaging the carotid sinus (an artery in the neck), and applying pressure to the eyeball can stimulate the nerves of the diaphragm. Diaphragm-relaxing medication is also an option for some patients. More invasive treatments include stimulation of the pharynx using a tube through the nose or mouth, a digital rectal massage that may stimulate the nerve controlling the glottis, emptying the stomach through a tube in the nose, and surgery to block the nerves to the diaphragm.