Wednesday, December 31, 2008

Palestine Relief Fund

MERCY Malaysia appeals to the public to donate to the PALESTINE RELIEF FUND

MERCY Malaysia has initiated an emergency response assessment team on the 30th December 2008 to Egypt in response to the humanitarian crisis resulting from the Israeli attacks on the Gaza Strip, which has killed more than 300 people and wounded more than 1,500 people.

The team, aimed at conducting a rapid assessment of the humanitarian needs, will be led by MERCY Malaysia President Datuk Dr. Jemilah Mahmood and EXCO Member Norazam Ab Samah.

We appeal to concerned Malaysians to send in cash donations.

MERCY Malaysia's basis of assistance to the beneficiaries relies on the support and generosity of individuals such as you to contribute to the PALESTINE RELIEF FUND.

It will support our efforts to procure emergency surgical kits, additional medicine and hospital equipment which will be channeled to the affected communities in Gaza.


Cheque payable to MERCY MALAYSIA
CIMB Account No : 1424-000-6561053

please help!inshaAllah serba sedikit kita boleh membantu mereka.:(

Monday, December 29, 2008

Hari Keluarga Al-Bajuri yang ke-34

They called themselves Upin dan Ipin. Cute...;)

Hari Keluarga Al Bajuri 281208

A short but memorable lecture by abang Hamid aka bapa ayam for the day. Also, this picture is meant to focus on the drawings at the back.Airil's art is on top, Ahmad's the second one, and Rauha's the bottom one. Hehee.

Some other impressive ones. :)

Aryssa's attempt.:)
Aqif, janganlah sedih sangat..practise buat papercups castle kat rumah ok!

Gadis-gadis Melayu.oh wow.:D

How do you translate ulat gonggok bertelur? Caterpillar with eggs?

Busana Muslimah mommy meets blood thirsty mummy.

Mak Ude

Monday, December 22, 2008

cucu-cucu yang rajin !

Atuk & Uwan,

Though we are young & small, we are dedicated to helping & contributing at the very least to our beloved family !!

Friday, December 12, 2008

Listen to Love

There are times when we are timid and shy about expressing the love we feel. For fear of embarrassing the other person, or ourselves, we hesitate to say the actual words "I love you." So we try to communicate the idea in other words.

We say 'take care' or 'don't drive too fast' or 'be good.' But really, these are just other ways of saying 'I love you,' 'you are important to me,' 'I care what happens to you,' 'I don't want you to get hurt.'

We are sometimes very strange people. The only thing we want to say, and the one thing that we should say, is the one thing we don't say. And yet, because the feeling is so real, and the need to say it is so strong, we are driven to use other words and signs to say what we really mean. And many times the meaning never gets communicated at all and the other person is left feeling unloved and unwanted.

Therefore, we have to LISTEN FOR LOVE in the words that people are saying to us. Sometimes the explicit words are necessary, but more often, the manner of saying things is even more important. A joyous insult carries more affection and love within the sentiments which are expressed insincerely.

An impulsive hug says I LOVE YOU even though the words might be saying very different.

Any expression of a person's concern for another says I love you. Sometimes the expression is clumsy, sometimes even cruel. Sometimes we must look and listen very intently for the love that contains. But it is often there, beneath the surface.

A mother may nag her son constantly about his grades or cleaning his room. The son may hear only the nagging, but if he listens carefully, he will hear the love underneath the nagging. His mother wants him to do well, to be successful. Her concern and love for her son unfortunately emerge in her nagging. But it is love all the same.

A daughter comes home way past her curfew, and her father confronts her with angry words. The daughter may hear only the anger, but if she listen carefully, she will hear the love under the anger. "I was worried about you," the father is saying. 'Because I care about you and I love you. You are important to me.'

We say I love you in many ways - with birthday gifts, and little notes, with smiles and sometimes with tears. Sometimes we show our love by just keeping quiet and not saying a word, at other times by speaking out, even brusquely. We show our love sometimes by impulsiveness. Many times we have to show our love by forgiving someone who has not listened to the love we have tried to express.

The problem in listening for love is that we don't always understand the language of love which the other person is using. A girl may use tears or emotions to say what she wants to say, and her boyfriend may not understand her because he expects her to be talking his language. Thus, we have to force ourselves to really listen for love.

The problem with our world is that people rarely listen to each other. They hear the words, but they don't listen to the actions that accompany the words or the expression on the face. Or people listen only for rejection or misunderstanding. They do not see the love that is there just beneath the surface, even if the words are angry. We have to listen for love in those around us.

If we listen intently we will discover that we are a lot more loved than we realize. Listen for love and we will find that the world is a very loving place, after all.

LOVE is a happy thing.
It makes us laugh.
It makes us sing.
It makes us sad.
It makes us cry.
It makes us seek the reason why.
It makes us take.
It makes us give.
Above all else it makes us LIVE.

It is not the presence or absence of people that makes the difference because a person need not be lonely even if he is alone. Sometimes it is good to be alone. But that does not make us lonely. It is not a matter of being present WITH someone. It is a matter of being present TO someone.

So remember...If you love someone, tell them. Remember always to say what you mean. Never be afraid to express yourself. Take this opportunity to tell someone what they mean to you. Seize the day and have no regrets.

Most importantly, stay close to your friends and family, for they have helped make you the person that you are today and are what it's all about anyway.

Friday, December 5, 2008

Supervising the surgeon.

... in the interest of the family jewels....

Tuesday, November 25, 2008

Monday, November 24, 2008

Ritual circumcision

Management plan for General Anaesthesia:
NBM 6 hours
EMLA patch dorsum [R] hand
Cannulation 22G
Replace fluid deficit 20ml/kg Ringers Lactate
Pre02 3mins
IV induction with Propofol 2mg/kg LBW
Analgesia: IV Fentanyl 2mcg/kg on induction
Penile block Levobupivacaine 0.25% 5ml
Supp PCM 30mg/kg
Airway secure with supraglottic device LMA Proseal #2-3
Maintenance 02 / Air / Sevoflurane 2%
Extubate deep in lateral position

Thursday, November 20, 2008






Thursday, November 13, 2008

Doa Rabitah - Abah might like this one for future doa recital :)

Ya Allah Engkau mengetahui bahawa..
hati-hati ini telah berkumpul kerana mengasihi Mu
Bertemu untuk mematuhi perintah Mu
Bersatu memikul beban dakwah Mu
Hati-hati ini telah mengikat janji setia..
untuk mendaulat dan menyokong syariatMu

Maka eratkan lah ya Allah akan ikatannya
Kekalkan kemesraan antara hati-hati ini
Tunjukkanlah kepada hati-hati ini..
akan jalannya yang sebenar
Penuhkanlah piala hati ini..
dengan limpahan iman, keyakinan dan keindahan tawakkal kepada Mu
Hidup suburkanlah hati-hati ini..
dengan makrifat, pengetahuan sebenar tentangMu

Jika Engkau mentakdirkan mati
Maka matikanlah pemilik hati-hati ini..
sebagai para syuhada' dlm perjuangan agama Mu

Engkau lah sebaik-baik sandaran..
dan sebaik-baik penolong ya Allah
Perkenankanlah permintaan ini
Amin ya rabbal A'alamin..

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Wednesday, November 5, 2008

Dina's Graduation 021108

Dina had her Graduation Day from Nuh's Ark Kindergarten on the 2nd nov, 2008. Held @ Kelab Shah Alam, she 'mesmerized' us with her recitation of Surah An-Nahl vs 36-37 and planting rice dance :)

Alhamdulillah, Dina was also in the Honours list (top ten achievement award - no. 5).

We are very proud of her and hopes she continues her enthusiasm in primary school next year !


Saturday, November 1, 2008

Mak Ude's Excursion

Merhaba! :)
Instead of attending Kosas's jamuan Raya, :D Mak Ude went here.

It was a short trip, 2 hour drive to Pahang to an elephant sanctuary in Kuala Gandah, where you can feed, bathe with and ride the elephant. FOC! FYI, some of the elephants here are captured after they've bulldozed human's territories. So, Jabatan Perhilitan took charge of them and trained and cared for them here. After they're assured completely safe, they'll be sent to Taman Negara to roam freely.

Next to the sanctuary, was a Deerland. Also, so much fun. Admission fee was Rm5. There were some awesome collection of animals. Hedgehogs, ostriches,a sugar glider ;) well, apart from the astonishing number of deers as you can see. All in all, its well worth it. oh and i found out how a burung puyuh looks like before they become burung puyuh at pasar tani. Well, but this one is white because they said its from Holland.

burung puyuh cap Holland


Thursday, October 23, 2008


Wednesday, October 15, 2008


Seronok berhari-raya di rumah atuk karim & nenek sarah di jalan makan cokolat dr lembaga koko !! 


sudah larut malam,
mata mahu pejam.

oh disertasi
yang sensasi
kalau mahu graduasi
jangan ikut nafsu-nafsi

Tuesday, October 14, 2008

Raya 2008/The Cucus - Part 2

Iman Soraya yang cantik jelita..
Aqif Farhan yang 'multi-talented'..
Airil Luqman yang murah senyuman..
Missing in action - sya & had !

Raya 2008/The Cucus Part 1

Shaikh Izz Zubair yang sungguh comel..
Shaikh Ahmad Firzan yang gagah perkasa..
Nur Irdina Zahirah yang montel & celoteh dan Shaikh Irfan Zikry yang tampan..
Aryssa Fateha yang anggun & sopan-santun..
Ariff Farhad yang hensem (terutama bila menangis wewe..hihi..)

Thursday, October 2, 2008

Modern rubber-tapper armed with screwdriver, 12 feet wild boar killed

Concerned with rural proverty, an anaesthesiologist accompanied by a biomedical engineer ventured into modern rubber tapping using a screwdiver (pic). The yield from this ground breaking technique is postulated to be far superior from archaic albeit proven ways of conventional rubber tapping.

However, their ground-breaking cutting edge adventure was terminated abruptly by the scurrying presence of 5 wild boars trying to escape meat-eating Indian hunters and their 2 bitches. Armed with laser-pointed semi-automatic hunting rifle, the serene tranquility of the deep forest of Beranang was shattered by 4 thunderous shots that left 3 boars squeeling for life.

4 escaped into safety i.e oblivion ( 2 boars, the anaesthesiologist & the biomed engineer)

Moral of story: Do not always believe what you read on printed news. 3 x 4 feet each = 12 feets.

Tuesday, September 23, 2008


FUTURE IMAMS' Family Iftar