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PUISI 2007

BismiLLah…

Alhamdulillah, dan insya’Allah, sekali lagi PPIMI akan menganjurkan Perhimpunan Ukhuwah Insaniyyah Seluruh Ireland atau lebih dikenali dengan nama PUISI pada musim sejuk yang akan datang. PUISI bukanlah program yang berbentuk sastera yang mengajak para pesertanya bersajak atau berdondang sayang, tetapi PUISI adalah sebuah program yang menghimpunkan warga Malaysia khususnya pelajar di seluruh Ireland dan United Kingdom bagi bersama-sama berbincang dan berkongsi wadah yang tidak mungkin kita perolehi daripada kuliah-kuliah di kolej-kolej dan universiti di sini. Lebih-lebih lagi, pada penghujung musim sejuk, rata-rata pelajar di UK dan Ireland akan bercuti. Jadi, PUISI adalah antara solusi terbaik untuk memenuhi masa yang terluang.

 

PUISI 07

Tema:
Begin With The End In Mind

Tarikh:
23 – 26 Disember 2007

Tempat:
Mt. Melleray Scout Centre

Yuran:
35 Euro Sahaja!

 

PUISI 07 kali ini merupakan kesinambungan daripada PUISI 06 yang lalu, yang bertemakan “7 Habits of Highly Effective People“. Bagi memenuhi tuntutan habit yang ke-7, iaitu ‘sharpen the saw’, pada tahun ini PPIMI membawakan ‘Begin With the End in Mind’ untuk sama-sama kita saling muhasabah, adakah langkah yang kita aturkan dan jalan yang kita lalui akan benar-benar membawa kita untuk mencapai matlamat hidup kita yang sebenar? Speaker utama yang akan mengupas tajuk ini adalah Us. Hasrizal Abdul Jamil.

Promo PUISI 07:

 

Untuk maklumat lanjut mengenai PUISI 07, sila layari: http://puisi07.ppimi.org/ 
atau laman penganjur: http://www.ppimi.org/v1/news.php
atau emailkan pertanyaan anda kepada: puisi07@ppimi.org

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Ramadhan Kareem

BismiLLah… 

Welcoming Ramadhan… just a reminder.

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Sahoor
(The pre dawn – meal)

  •  It is a blessed meal that should not be neglected.

  • Delay it as much as possible i.e. right until the time for Fajr begins.

  • The best form of Suhoor is dates.

  • The intention for fasting is in the heart, no verbal intention is to be uttered.        

While You’re Fasting

  • Recite the Qur’an as much as possible and reflect upon its meanings.

  • Observe the five prayers properly at their times.

  • Increase in good actions such as charity.

  • Provide foods at the time for your brothers and sisters who are fasting.

  • Refrain from backbiting, lying and indecent speech    

Iftar

  • Do not delay in breaking the fast once the sun has set.

  • It is preferable to break the fast with dates (or else with water)

  • It is a time when supplications are accepted.The best supplications are that of the prophet (pbuh) he would say at the time of breaking his fast;

“Dahabadh dhama’u wab tallatil ‘urooqu, wa thabatal ajru inshaallaah”
(The thirst has gone, the veins are moisturised and the reward is certain, if Allah wills.)

Etiquette of Eating

  • At the beginning of a meal say, Bismillaah (“In the name of Allah”.

  • Eat with your right hand.

  • Eat that which is nearest to you.

  • Do not criticise the food.

  • Do not waste food or be extravagant.

  • Do not eat too much.

  • Any food left on ones finger should be licked.

  • On completion of a meal recite;   

Alhamdulillaahi- ladhee at’amanee haadhaa wa razaqaneehee min ghairi  hawlin minnee wa la qowwah”
(All praise is for Allah, who has given me this (food to eat) and provided me without any effort or power on my part)

The Prophet  said:

“Every action of the son of Adam is given manifold reward, each good deed receiving ten times its lmes. Allah the Most High said, ‘Except for fasting, for it is for Me and I will give recompense for it, he leaves of his desires and his food for me’.”

“For the fasting person there are two times of joy; a time of joy when he breaks his fast and the time of joy when he meets his Lord, and the smell coming from the mouth of the fasting person is better with Allah then
the smell of musk.”

exerpted from: http://www.bbc. co.uk/birmingham/faith/2004/10/ramadhan2004/ramadhan_ guidance. shtml

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