Baru je pindah bilik baru. Hari ni aku ponteng kelas petang sebab aku macam nak rehat. Pagi tadi waktu mula2 masuk kelas I felt like that was not me. Less spirited, cam tak semangat, adakah kerana malam pertama tidur di bilik baru? Ahoi. Ingat petang ni nak rehat (tido le) lepas lunch, titibe Mr Presiden of Nasyeed Club call sebab nak tanye + mintak sign untuk proposal. Dah macam CEO or manager je, kerja menyain2 dokumen haha. Padahal bukan signature aku yang diperlukan, orang lain je, tapi sebab depa cuti aku pun tolong menyamar. Bincang2, tenkiu encik kerana blanje aku mangga susu haha. Bagus dia nih, susah aku nak jumpa orang yang bersemangat. To be honest, aku cam dah tak larat dengan kelab nih. Tunggu nak turun je sem baru nanti. I still love nasyeed, but Im afraid I can’t stand with the hectic and I’m afraid that I will lose everything while learning. The purpose of coming to IIUM is to learn, I know it is not limited to in-class lessons, but to increase my CGPA is very important. Well, I mentioned before, the first thing company will look for is CGPA. Ape2 pun, satu benda yang tidak dapat tidak adalah semua itu ada di Lauh Mahfuz, sudah ditentukan Allah. Usaha perlu, namun the result is determined by Allah. Kalau Allah kata tak dapat, tak lah. Tapi kita boleh usaha untuk mengubahnya, dengan izinNya.
Oh, nak cerita tentang sir yang ajar interpersonal skill kami. Namanya Mr. Kumaran, obviously an Indian. Umur dah 40 tapi masih belum berkahwin, sebab dia tak focus pada kahwin lagi. A great person, full of spirit. I love to hear his stories, examples. Former head prefect of St. Michael Secondary School at Ipoh. Can speak Malay better than other Indians. Knows a lot of general knowledge. Love to see something from different point of view from the others. Pendek kata, I respect him. Love to watch movies, one of our similarities. Keh3. Rasa nak pinjam je sir punya DVDs semua huhu. Tapi sir suruh add dia kat FB dulu to keep in touch. Yang tu aku cam malas plak hehe
I still learn to cope with my new room. Thanks to the previous residents (Bravo Ayn Azhana!) for the clean bathroom and toilets. Saye beri sepuluh bintang! Hihi. The qiblah direction did change. And for me that is a big problem. Because usually I don’t like changes. Why people resist changes? Because they are comfortable at the current state. Adapting with double stairs, leg pain maa.. wondering what will happen to me during my long semester. Should I drink anlene for 50 ++ years old people? Huuu. Still adapting with new direction of qiblah, the sunshines that totally different with previous room that eventually change my schedule of washing garment hihi.
For the past 3 days in the class, I learnt a lot. I learnt how to express my opinion, how to talk in front of others confidently, how to counter your nervousness, the characteristics of me in the future (based on people I close with), the steps to solve problems, and the urgency to change and the importance of being myself! Yeah! Hihi. Changing yourself, being ‘ditegur’ by others, how to adapt with changes, seems it matched with my situation at the current time. Well, I did not like changes that much, but if they are for my own goodness, why not we try, isn't it?
May my colleague and I benefit through this program and can use it for the Deen. See ya next time inshaAllah! :D
Halwa telinga kali ni hikhik
p.s : got WIFI at new room! Yeay! (Alhamdulillah)