The Rule of Friendship

Interacting amiably with family and friends is a super stress reducer. Instead of the mind working overtime on worries and problems, it is occupied with thoughts of other things and other people. There is less mental capacity left for anxieties and self doubt. Friendship improves happiness and abates misery by the doubling of our joy and the dividing of our grief.

Good friendship is healthy but it isn't easy for everyone. Getting people to like you is the starting point, and that should be fairly easy to do. People have a basic need to be liked themselves. Show interest, appreciation, and kindness. Smile. Praise given out sincerely is a great act of friendship. Be a good listener and try to see the good, not the bad qualities in people. These actions will usually be returned to you, sooner or later. The only way to have a friend is to be one. A friend is a person with whom I may be sincere. Before him I may think aloud.

As a friend, try to let an unfavorable incident or remark fly right over the top of your head. We all blurt out something stupid or do something regrettable at times, and it's so nice when the other acts as if it never happened. This is a dear friend. The rule of friendship means there should be mutual sympathy between them, each supplying what the other lacks and trying to benefit the other, always using friendly and sincere words.

Happy Ramadan Al-Mubarak

Dedicated To:
My Family (Mom, Along, Adik, Jaja & Mia)
All My Friends & Blog Visitors

The holy Month of Ramadan has arrived.Muslim faithful throughout the world are currently observing the holy month of Ramadan. Observant Muslims participate in fasting, one of the five pillars of their faith, this entire Lunar month .

Eating, drinking, smoking and sexual activity is prohibited from dawn until sunset, when the fast is broken with the evening meal. Local customs define varying traditions, including differing types of food used to break the daily fast. The fasting is meant to teach a person patience, humility and sacrifice, to set aside time to ask forgiveness, practice self-restraint and pray for guidance in the future.

I would like to give All Muslim community my sincerest best wishes for the Holy Month of Ramadan. Ramadan marks an important time in the Islamic calendar. Throughout this Holy Month, the universal element of Islam is evident as Muslims across the World take stock of their lives and their faith.

"Wish You Happy Ramadan Al-Mubarak"

Set Our Thoughts Properly

Life is thought, and when we cease to think, we are not living. How we think, is the kind of life we live. Since we are able to control our thoughts, we can determine the course of our life and the way we feel during our time here.We are what we think.It is very important to establish good thinking guidelines and follow them. Placing thoughts of peace and happiness in our minds will help to make our lives peaceful and happy.

If we do not set our thoughts properly, we travel through life by way of places where we will wish we had not gone. It is the mind that make us being good, happy, rich and poor. Our daily life includes thoughts associated with responsibilities concerning work, other people and handling problems. If possible, try not to think of too many different things during your day and don't move or think too quickly.

Start your morning with a plan to come through to bedtime relaxed, contented and ready for a restful night's sleep.Your own mind is a sacred enclosure into which nothing harmful can enter except by your permission. Reflect about things that can improve your feelings, learning, completing tasks, duties, pleasant, relaxing experiences and kind words.

Finally, think about your happiness, goals, life pleasures, your principles and your conduct. Think about enjoying the moment.

Ramadan Wishes to Noorsha...

Ramadan eCard From : Noor Shafiah Mohamad Adam
To : Her Blogger Friends (Including me, Mohd Yazri Bin Yahaya)
Ramadan Wishes to Noorsha :
Ramadan is the holy month of fasting from morning until sunset.
A beautiful and heartfelt wish for a dear friend.
May Allah's Rahmat Shine On You.
Wish you and your hubby the blessings of Allah on Ramadan.
It is also the occasion to get together with your loved ones,
and hopefully both of you Happily Ever After.

Changing Our Thoughts

All of us face some situations in our life that cannot be changed and that make us feel helpless and hopeless. Perhaps it is less serious than that but we are stressed and worried.
It might be an event that has happened, happening or will happen.

It should provide some immediate comfort to consider that these situations do not directly cause these awful feelings but it is what we think of these situations. Changing our thoughts can have an enormous effect on how we are feeling. This has been stated by many great minds over very many years.

By reviewing some of the good things in our life past and present we can feel good even in what appears to be a very disturbing situation. As long as there is nothing we can do to fix a problem dwelling on the negative aspects of it will only make us feel worse and will do absolutely no good.

Since it all depends on what is in our thoughts we can control this. So start listing the things in your life that make or have made you happy. Stuff your mind with other things that make you smile or laugh. Keep it up so as not to let the negative creep back in.

Something good about babies. They fall and get up and try again and again and then they walk.
They are usually always ready to laugh at the littlest things. They are constantly interested in new things to learn about and normally sleep well. If they brood about a bad experience it's not for long.
Finally, things turn out best forthe people who make the best out of the way things turn out.