I went to PWTC yesterday with my parents and lil sis. Planned to participate in the conference, but woke up a bit late and kebetulan my pakcik and makcik are coming that morning to drop the fruits from grandma’s place. So we arrived at PWTC quite late, but it’s still considered early if we are only to see the exhibition. Met my colleagues, and my ex-schoolmates back in Al-Amin an Maahad. Seronok, but seeing some of them were walking with someone that they were not supposed to walk with, I think it’s better if I don’t see them here.
“Husband akak ke?”
“Eh, akak belum kawin!”
“Oh, sy dengar2 akk dah kawin…”
“Belum… sapela yg cakap akak dah kawin tu…”
Ah.. menyesal tanya. Really thought that she’s already married to the man beside her. How I wish I didn’t ask her about that. Bukanlah menyesal kerana bertemu dgnnya, but coz till now, i still don’t have the courage to force myself to forbid them from the ‘disapproved‘ deeds.
On the authority of Abu Sa’id al-Khudri r.a. who said: I heard the Messenger of Allah s.a.w. say:
“When any one of you sees anything that is disapproved (of by Allah), let him change it with his hand. If he is not able to do so, then let him change it with his tongue. And if he is not able to do so, then let him change it with his heart, though that is the weakest (kind of) faith.”
[Muslim. Hadith #34 from Arba’ien Nawawi]
Such an easy hadith to memorize, but to practice it, it’s not that easy… haih.. katanya mau jadi da’ie?