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*THE BEST WAY OF STAYING OUT OF H1N1 TROUBLE

RECENTLY, I saw photos in newspapers showing people wearing "surgical masks" at shopping malls, schools, mamak stalls and other public areas. I have even noticed people wearing them out in the open with no one around.
Because of this, I would like to explain why the mask may do more harm than good.
The H1N1 virus is not airborne. To be considered an airborne virus, the microorganism would have to survive or remain in the air for long periods of time. The H1N1 virus does not stay airborne.
I have noticed many people wearing masks in crowded places. However, places like airports, shopping malls and schools are full of germs and bacteria. If a small amount of bacteria gets into a hole in the mask, you will provide a breeding ground for the bacteria, which may lead to an illness or infection. The moisture you produce in your mask is perfect for bacteria and viruses, and may be a recipe for disaster.
The way to prevent exposure to H1N1 virus is to avoid physical contact with people who may be sick or infected. Also avoid commonly touched surfaces like escalator railings, poles and public toilet doorknobs.
The H1N1 virus usually spreads when someone touches surfaces with the bacteria and then touches his own nose, eyes or mouth.
Washing your hands frequently is the best defense against exposure.
And yes, the virus may travel from point A to point B in the air. But it will drop, not stay airborne.
WEARING A MASK IS ONLY GOOD AT HELPING YOU NOT TO SPREAD YOUR ILLNESS TO OTHERS IF YOU ARE INFECTED.

*skin cancer






Skin cancer is a malignant growth on the skin which can have many causes. The most common skin cancers are basal cell cancer, squamous cell cancer, and melanoma which all trace back to the mutilation of melanin cells. Skin cancer generally develops in the epidermis (the outermost layer of skin), so a tumor is usually clearly visible. This makes most skin cancers detectable in the early stages. There are three common and likely types of skin cancer, each of which is named after the type of skin cell from which it arises. Unlike many other cancers, including those originating in the lung, pancreas, and stomach, only a small minority of those afflicted will actually die of the disease. Skin cancer represents the most commonly diagnosed cancer, surpassing lung, breast, colorectal and prostate cancer. Melanoma is less common than basal cell carcinoma and squamous cell carcinoma, but it is the most serious—for example, in the UK there are 9,500 new cases of melanoma each year, and 2,300 deaths. More people now die of melanoma in the UK than in Australia. It is the most common cancer in the young population (20 – 39 age group).It is estimated that approximately 85% of cases are caused by too much sun.[citation needed] Non-melanoma skin cancers are the most common skin cancers. The majority of these are called basal cell carcinomas. These are usually localised growths caused by excessive cumulative exposure to the sun and do not tend to spread.


Risk factors

Skin cancer has many potential causes, these include:

1. Studies have show that smoking tobacco and related products can double the risk of skin cancer.[4][5]
2. Overexposure to UV-radiation may cause skin cancer either via the direct DNA damage or via the indirect DNA damage mechanism. Overexposure (burning) UVA & UVB have both been implicated in causing DNA damage resulting in cancer. Sun exposure between 10AM and 4PM is most intense and therefore most harmful. Natural (sun) & artificial UV exposure (tanning salons) are possibly associated with skin cancer.[citation needed]
1. UVB rays primarily affect the epidermis causing sunburns, redness, and blistering of the skin when overexposed. The melanin of the epidermis is activated with UVB just as with UVA; however, the effects are longer lasting with pigmentation continuing over 24 hours.
3. Chronic non-healing wounds, especially burns. These are called Marjolin's ulcers based on their appearance, and can develop into squamous cell carcinoma.
4. Genetic predisposition, including "Congenital Melanocytic Nevi Syndrome". CMNS is characterized by the presence of "nevi" or moles of varying size that either appear at or within 6 months of birth. Nevi larger than 20 mm (3/4") in size are at higher risk for becoming cancerous.
5. Human papilloma virus (HPV) is often associated with squamous cell carcinoma of the genital, anal, oral, pharynx, and fingers. It is believed that the HPV vaccine might help to prevent these cancers as well as cervical cancers.
6. Skin cancer is one of the potential dangers of ultraviolet germicidal irradiation.

Many believe that skin cancer can be prevented altogether by avoiding sunlight entirely, or wearing protective clothing while outdoors. However, studies show that Melanoma Skin Cancer is more common in those who work indoors. Skin Cancer is most common on areas of the body that are not normally exposed to the sun, and then exposing the skin to UV rays excessively.

Skin cancer generally has a 20- to 30-year latency period[citation needed]. Many instances of skin cancer in older individuals today can be traced to behaviours as young adults in the 1970s and early 1980s[citation needed]. Sunburns represented an inconvenient rite of spring or an awkward preliminary stage in the process of acquiring a "healthy" tan. Severe burns were commonplace. Today we know the approach to be reckless. The incidence rates of skin cancer today in persons over 50 years of age reflect that day's popular ignorance[citation needed].


Types

The most common types of skin cancers are:

* Basal Cell Carcinoma
* Squamous Cell Carcinoma
* Melanoma

Basal cell carcinomas (BCC) is the most common. They are present on sun-exposed areas of the skin, especially the face. They rarely metastasize, and rarely cause death. They are easily treated with surgery or radiation. Squamous cell carcinomas(SCC) are common, but much less common than basal cell cancers. They metastasize more frequently than BCCs. Even then, the metastasis rate is quite low, with the exception of SCCs of the lip, ear, and in immunosuppressed patients. Melanomas are the least frequent of the 3 common skin cancers. They frequently metastasize, and are deadly once spread.

Less common skin cancers include: Dermatofibrosarcoma protuberans, Merkel cell carcinoma, Kaposi's sarcoma, keratoacanthoma, spindle cell tumors, sebaceous carcinomas, microcystic adnexal carcinoma, Pagets's disease of the breast, atypical fibroxanthoma, leimyosarcoma, and angiosarcoma

The BCC and the SCC often carry a UV-signature mutation indicating that these cancers are caused by UV-B radiation via the direct DNA damage. However the malignant melanoma is predominantly caused by UV-A radiation via the indirect DNA damage.[citation needed] The indirect DNA damage is caused by free radicals and reactive oxygen species. Research indicates that the absorption of three sunscreen ingredients into the skin, combined with a 60-minute exposure to UV, leads to an increase of free radicals in the skin, if applied in too little quantities and too infrequently. However, the researchers add that newer creams often do not contain these specific compounds, and that the combination of other ingredients tends to retain the compounds on the surface of the skin. They also add the frequent re-application reduces the risk of radical formation.

Skin cancer as a group

Many laymen and even professionals consider the basal cell carcinoma (BCC), the squamous cell carcinoma (SCC) and the malignant melanoma as one group - namely skin cancer. This grouping is problematic for two reasons:

* the mechanism that generates the first two forms is different from the mechanism that generates the melanoma. The direct DNA damage is responsible for BCC and SCC while the indirect DNA damage causes melanoma.
* the mortality rate of BCC and SCC is around 0.3 causing 2000 deaths per year in the US. In comparison the mortality rate of melanoma is 15-20% and it causes 6500 deaths per year.[7]:29,31

Even though it is much less common than BCCs and SCCs, malignant melanoma is responsible for 75% of all skin cancer-related deaths.

While sunscreen has been shown to protect against BCC and SCC it may not protect against malignant melanoma. When sunscreen penetrates into the skin it generates reactive chemicals. It has been found that sunscreen use is correlated with malignant melanoma. The lab-experiments and the epidemiological studies suggests that sunscreen use correlates with melanoma incidence. The question that has to be asked is: "Are sunscreen users also the ones with the highest lifetime exposure to ultraviolet lights?" or are sun screens tumor promoters or carcinogens themselves. Logics might suggest that sunscreen users also are the ones most likely to be burned or have been burned by sun light. If it is true that some suncreen induces the formation of skin cancers, the physical sunscreen which are metallic in nature (zinc and titanium) are likely safer and likely to be inert. In the past, most sunscreens were chemical blockers (benzones, etc.).

Signs and symptoms

There are a variety of different skin cancer symptoms. These include changes in the skin that do not heal, ulcering in the skin, discolored skin, and changes in existing moles. Such as jagged edges to the mole, and enlargement of the mole

* Basal cell carcinoma usually looks like a raised, smooth, pearly bump on the sun-exposed skin of the head, neck or shoulders. Sometimes small blood vessels can be seen within the tumor. Crusting and bleeding in the center of the tumor frequently develops. It is often mistaken for a sore that does not heal. This form of skin cancer is the least deadly and with proper treatment can be completely eliminated with not so much as a single scar

* Squamous cell carcinoma is commonly a red, scaling, thickened patch on sun-exposed skin. Ulceration and bleeding may occur. When SCC is not treated, it may develop into a large mass. Squamous cell is the second most common skin cancer. It is dangerous, but not nearly as dangerous as a melanoma.

* Most melanomas are brown to black looking lesions. Signs that might indicate a malignant melanoma include change in size, shape, color or elevation of a mole. Other signs are the appearance of a new mole during adulthood or new pain, itching, ulceration or bleeding.

* Merkel cell carcinomas are most often rapidly growing, non-tender red, purple or skin colored bumps that are not painful or itchy. They may be mistaken for a cyst or other type of cancer.


Diagnosis
A dermatoscope.
A modern polarized dermatoscope.

Clinical diagnosis is made with visual appearance or with the aid of a dermatoscope. The ABCD guideline is helpful for identifying dysplastic nevus and melanoma. Clinical diagnosis can only be confirmed with a skin biopsy. Most skin biopsies are done under local anesthetic with an injection. A shave biopsy is good for diagnosing basal cell carcinoma, while not as well for squamous cell carcinoma. A punch biopsy is preferred for diagnosing squamous cell carcinoma and melanoma over the shave biopsy technique. Excisional biopsy (where the entire lesion is removed down to the deep dermis and subcutanous fat) is the method of choice for diagnosing melanomas. However, for cosmetic reason and practical reasons, a punch biopsy is often used to initially diagnose many large melanomas or melanomas of cosmetically important anatomic locations (nose, face, eyelids, nails, fingers and toes).

Treatment

Treatment is dependent on type of cancer, location of the cancer, age of the patient, and if the cancer is primary or recurrence. One should look at the specific type of skin cancer (basal cell carcinoma, squamous cell carcinoma, or melanoma) of concern in order to determine the correct treatment required. An example would be a small basal cell cancer on the cheek of a young man, where the treatment with the best cure rate (Mohs surgery) might be indicated. In the case of an elderly frail man with multiple complicating medical problems, a difficult to excise basal cell cancer of the nose might warrant radiation therapy (slightly lower cure rate) or no treatment at all. Topical chemotherapy might be indicated for large superficial basal cell carcinoma for good cosmetic outcome, whereas it might be inadequate for invasive nodular basal cell carcinoma or invasive squamous cell carcinoma.
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For low-risk disease, radiation therapy, topical chemotherapy (imiquimod or 5-fluorouracil) and cryotherapy (freezing the cancer off) can provide adequate control of the disease; both, however, may have lower overall cure rates than certain type of surgery. Other modalities of treatment such as photodynamic therapy, topical chemotherapy, electrodessication and curettage can be found in the discussions of basal cell carcinoma and squamous cell carcinoma.
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Mohs' micrographic surgery (mohs surgery) is a technique used to remove the cancer with the least amount of surrounding tissue and the edges are checked immediately to see if tumor is found. This provides the opportunity to remove the least amount of tissue and provide the best cosmetically favorable results. This is especially important for areas where excess skin is limited, such as the face. Cure rates are equivalent to wide excision. Special training is required to perform this technique.

In the case of disease that has spread (metastasized), further surgical procedures or chemotherapy may be required.

Scientists have recently been conducting experiments on what they have termed "immune- priming". This therapy is still in its infancy but has been shown to effectively attack foreign threats like viruses and also latch onto and attack skin cancers. More recently researchers have focused their efforts on strengthening the body's own naturally produced "helper T cells" that identify and lock onto cancer cells and help guide the killer cells to the cancer. Researchers infused patients with roughly 5 billion of the helper T cells without any harsh drugs or chemotherapy. This type of treatment if shown to be effective has no side effects and could change the way cancer patients are treated.

A cream used to treat pre-cancerous skin lesions also reverses signs of ageing, a study released in April 2009 indicated.

Reconstruction after removal of skin cancers

Currently, surgical excision is the most common form of treatment for skin cancers. The goal of reconstructive surgery is restoration of normal appearance and function. The choice of technique in reconstruction is dictated by the size and location of the defect. Excision and reconstruction of facial skin cancers is generally more challenging due to presence of highly visible and functional anatomic structures in the face.

When skin defects are small in size, most can be repaired via simple repair whereby skin edges are approximated and closed with sutures. This will result in a linear scar. If the repair is made along a natural skin fold or wrinkle line, the scar will be hardly visible. Larger defects may require repair with a skin graft, local skin flap, pedicled skin flap, or a microvascular free flap. Skin grafts and local skin flaps are by far more common than the other listed choices.

Skin grafting is patching of a defect with skin that is removed from another site in the body. The skin graft is sutured to the edges of the defect, and a bolster is placed atop the graft for seven to ten days, to immobilize the graft as it heals in place. There are two forms of skin grafting: split thickness and full thickness. In a split thickness skin graft, a shaver is used to shave a layer of skin from the abdomen or thigh. The donor site, regenerates skin and heals over a period of two weeks. In a full thickness skin graft, a segment of skin is totally removed and the donor site needs to be sutured closed. [19] Split thickness grafts can be used to repair larger defects, but the grafts are inferior in their cosmetic appearance. Full thickness skin grafts are more acceptable cosmetically. However, full thickness grafts can only be used for small or moderate sized defects.
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Local skin flaps are a method of closing defects with tissue that closely matches the defect in color and quality. Skin from the periphery of the defect site is mobilized and repositioned to fill the deficit. Various forms of local flaps can be designed to minimize disruption to surrounding tissues and maximize cosmetic outcome of the reconstruction. Pedicled skin flaps are a method of transferring skin with an intact blood supply from a nearby region of the body. An example of such reconstruction is a pedicled forehead flap for repair of a large nasal skin defect. Once the flap develops a source of blood supply form its new bed, the vascular pedicle can be detached.
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Reduction of risk

Although it is impossible to completely eliminate the possibility of skin cancer, the risk of developing such a cancer can be reduced significantly with the following steps:

* avoid the use of tobacco products.
* reducing overexposure to ultraviolet (UV) radiation, especially in early years
* avoiding sun exposure during the day, especially from 9 AM to 4 PM when the sun is highest in the sky
* wearing protective clothing (long sleeves and hats) when outdoors
* using a broad-spectrum sunscreen that blocks both UVA and UVB radiation
* reapply sun block every 2 hours and after swimming
* chemoprevention using topical imiquimod or 5-fluorouracil[citation needed]

Australian scientist Ian Frazer who developed a vaccine for cervical cancer, says that a vaccine effective in preventing for certain types of skin cancer has proven effective on animals and could be available within a decade. The vaccine would only be effective against Squamous Cell Carcinoma.[20]

Pathology

Squamous cell carcinoma is a malignant epithelial tumor which originates in epidermis, squamous mucosa or areas of squamous metaplasia.

Macroscopically, the tumor is often elevated, fungating, or may be ulcerated with irregular borders. Microscopically, tumor cells destroy the basement membrane and form sheets or compact masses which invade the subjacent connective tissue (dermis). In well differentiated carcinomas, tumor cells are pleomorphic/atypical, but resembling normal keratinocytes from prickle layer (large, polygonal, with abundant eosinophilic (pink) cytoplasm and central nucleus). Their disposal tends to be similar to that of normal epidermis: immature/basal cells at the periphery, becoming more mature to the centre of the tumor masses. Tumor cells transform into keratinized squamous cells and form round nodules with concentric, laminated layers, called "cell nests" or "epithelial/keratinous pearls". The surrounding stroma is reduced and contains inflammatory infiltrate (lymphocytes). Poorly differentiated squamous carcinomas contain more pleomorphic cells and no keratinization.

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hari ini aku berbuka agak simple sahaja..
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sangat mencabar.....

alamak dah azan lah.....
dah masuk waktu berbuka lah...
selamat berbuka buat semua...

bismillah.......

(setengah jam selepas itu....aku tersandar kekenyangan....)

*tengok anak bulan...



hari ini tengok anak bulan






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*tag /award yang tertunggak

salam buat semua...
buat sementara waktu ini saya kekusutan pikiran....
dan buat beberapa ketika....
saya x dapat mengupdate blog saya ini ,atas sesuatu masalah yg x dapat di elakan...
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saya berjanji akan menjawab tag/award anda,setelah saya mengatasi masalah saya ini...
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tag yang diterima dari...


1.noor afzan

2.farahzaidah

3.kuina


dan award dari..

1.titihan hati

2.boo

di harap sahabat2 semua dapat bersabar yea...
saya akan menjawab tag/award setelah jiwa saya tenang......

harap maklom..
sekian...
wassalam...

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tetapi buat sementara waktu, saya berehat seketika untuk menenangkan fikiran...
kita ttp bersama..

bosannn............



sejak ahkir nie aku merasa bosan...hari2 yang di lalui kosong sahaja....
sepi....

kosong...
suasana hidup aku rasa muram...
entah lah mengapa....
hari yang ku lalui x ceria...
walaupun kedukaan telah lama ku tinggalkan...
bersama2 sinaran yang malap.....
aku meneruskan perjalanan...
namun kebosanan telah menghantui diri ku...
sepi...
dan ...
kosong...


tolong jawap soalan saya...

saya ada satu soalan....
di harap anda semua dapat memberi jawapannya.....
soalannya adalah....

Burung apakah yang boleh berdiri, boleh baring tetapi tak boleh duduk?


jawab jangan x jawap...

ramadhan akan tiba...



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diam x diam kita dah hampir ke penghujung bulan syaaban...
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berahkirnya bulan syaaban...
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kang silap2 masuk t.v satu dunia tahu...
glamour tu...
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malu keluarga kita di buat nya...
mggu depan kita dah nak berpuasa...
rebutlah sesuatu di dalam bulan ini...
kerana ia tiada di bulan2 yang lain...
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so banyak lah perubahan telah di buat...
kita dah 52 tahun bebas dari penjajah...
dari tahun 1511 kita mula di jajah sehingga ke tahun 1957 ...
dan pada bulan ogos 31 hb.kita telah merdeka..
ini bermakna pada bulan september 1hb,kita telah bebas...
bebas dalam segaja cengkaman penjajah...




pemimpin kita dari yang pertama sampai sekarang..
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cuba sahabat -sahabat renungkan...
adakah kita bebas dari penjajah...
atau kita masih di jajah....
renungkanlah....

note:bebas kita dari sebarang penjajah...dulu, kini dan selama-lamanya

Miracle for H1N1 patient (Real Experience)

salam buat semua sahabat....
saya harap anda semua sihat dan dilindungi dari gejala wabak H1N1..
dan sesiapa di antara kita yang x berapa sihat tu,saya harap berehatlah di
rumah...untuk mengelakan di jangkiti wabak ini.....
dan jika keluar ke tempat awam tu,sebaik2nya pakai lah penutup mulut..
mari lah kita berdoa agar ia cepat berakhir...
amin....

hari ini saya menerima satu email dari sahabat saya...
saya rasa info ini amat berguna buat kita....
jadi saya nak berkongsi bersama sahabat2 mengenai info ini...



Date: Thursday, August 13, 2009, 8:4
>
> TO ALL FREINDS
> JUST A SMALL BUT MEANINGFUL INFO FM ME TO YOU AND YR
> FRIENDS...MY PERSONAL
> EXPERIENCE OF H1N1 SINCE IT PRACTICALLY HIT US LIKE A TIME
> BOMB.....
>
>
>
> My staff was crying herself sick on Tuesday morning...was
> told that her son was
> confirmed of H1N1 in his Uni at Kangar, Perlis...worse was
> that when he was
> bedridden 2 days the warden didnt even bother to sent to
> hospital till his dad
> came fm KL and with his friends assistance brought him to
> GH Kangar....
>
>
>
> No one bothered in the hospital and he was put in the
> normal ward for another 2
> days!!! (imagine the amount of people he has infected!!)
> .....after 2 days and
> his eyes were turning yellow and saliva greenish...he was
> put in quarantined
> room...
>
>
>
> His mom practically fainted just telling me the story..
> cant do much cos she
> does not have enough money to go to the north with the
> father...
>
>
>
> First thing we did was made her call the hospital and
> insist that they sent him
> to Sg.Buloh Hospital or any other hospital in KL since they
> seemed to be more
> alert and more equipt...they refused of course...so I sent
> her off to Kangar
> the same day to solve the problem.
>
>
>
> Whilst this was happening, I had a call from one
> Ustaz who was in
> town to "help cure" another H1N1 child in Shah
> Alam....and was told
> this simple prescription by him.....
>
>
>
> EAT
> MINIMUM 6 GREEN APPLES A
> DAY AND FRESH ORANGE
> JUICE
>
> for those with sore throat please blend the
> apples and keep on
> taking till your fever disappear and yr symtoms are
> gone....I cannot explain it
> but the child in Shah Alam was ok too after taking this
> tip....
>
>
>
> my staff's son was given the apple juice for the whole
> day on Monday/Tuesday
> and he was out of the fever yesterday Wednesday...
> .she called me and was
> crying on the phone to say that her son was out of ICU and
> was able to eat
> normally...all these happened within just 4 days today
> (thursday 6 august)...
>
>
>
> This is just to share with my fellow sisters and brothers
> and hope this small
> info could assist others as well, No harm in trying and
> anything can
> happen!!!!

Thanks & Regards,

jaga lah keselamatan



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semua bandar besar mengunakan perkhidmatan ini...
ia sangat cepat dan pantas berbandingkan pengangkutan awam yang lain..
dengan beberapa minit sahaja sampai ke tempat yang di tuju...
tetapi semasa kita berada didalam nya...
keselamatan kita harus lah di jaga...
sebagai contoh lihat lah gambau ini
ini adalah salah satu contoh terbaik semasa di dalam LRT

allo kawan ...PLEASE refer kat pakcik yang berbaju ijau tu...
tangan nya memegang tegap pada tempat pemegang...
jangan bersandar kat tepi tiang...
kalau LRT tu emegency break....
x dapat lah saya nak bayangkan..
ingat jaga lah keselamatan di mana2....
x kira dimana anda berada...


note:rindu pd kebahagian...bila ia akan tiba...

sekuntum mawar sebuah puisi


kehadiran mu menyerikan hidup ku...
memberi sinar setelah gelap melanda hidup ku...
ku berasa bahagia bersama mu...
berseri hidupku apabila bersama mu....
sungguh indah hidupku...
kau penyeri hatiku..
walau pun kita berjauhan..
tetapi itu bukan alasan..
kita tetap bersama,berdua-duan...
tampa mu...aku tidak karuan...
tidak tentu arah tampa tujuan..
kau bertakhta di ruang hatiku..
kaulah pelengkap hidup ku...
aku gembira bersama mu...
ku hadiahkan sekuntum mawar untuk mu..
sebagai tanda kasih ku pada mu..



note:buat mu disana...yang jauh di mata...dekat di hati..

majlis pertunangan

salam buat semua...
apa khabar semua...
saya harap anda semua sihat dan sejahtera...
oh...dah dekat satu minggu saya x update blog saya nie..
sebenarnya bukan saya ketandusan idea...
tetapi saya balik kampung..buat persiapan sikit...
persiapan untuk hari pertunangan...
oppssss.....jangan salah sangka yea...
bukan saya yang bertunang...
adik saya yang no 4...
so banyak lah persiapan yang dibuat...
itu... ini...semua nak di buat dalam masa 1 minggu..
penat di buat nya...
majlis pertunangan adik saya di buat pada hari sabtu yang lepas(08.08.09)
wah x lama lagi saya dapat adik ipau lelaki lah...hi..hi..
bersama2 ini saya sertakan beberapa gambar buat tatapan sahabat2 semua...
jom kita lihat...



ini lah adik saya....
dari pihak lelaki

dari pihak perempuan


jejaka yang brbaju putih belang ijau tu bakal adik ipau



bersama mak andam nya...

nie lak bigboss saya




nie membesar

salam buat semua.


suasana pagi di kampung ku

salam buat semua...sya harap anda semua sihat dan sejahtera di samping menjalankan tugas seharian.saya pula skrg tengah cuti..merehat kan badan. Yelah asyik bkerja aje. Kepala pn menjadi kusut...tu yg saya amik keputusan bercuti..tenang2 kan pikiran....dan minda..al maklumlah banyak beban yang di tanggung...
Sesekali kena rehat kan minda kan.bila pikiran dah tenang..hidup pn jadi aman dan damai...

Setakat nie dulu celoteh saya nie..
Sekian
wasalam

note:sedang mendengar lagu memburu impian dari blog sahabat setiasahabat.

di antara madu dan hempedu

di antara madu dan hempedu , di mana kah pilihan anda...
mungkin di antara anda semua memilih madu kan...
kerana ia manis...dan sedap...
dan di antara anda semua tidak memilih hempedu....
betul tak....
rasa madu adalah manis...
dan sedap di makan...
dan salah satu bahan dalam perubatan tradisional..
tampa madu tidak lengkap lah ia...

bergitu juga dalam penghidupan kita..
madu di ibaratkan sebagai sesuatu kenangan yang manis..
merupakan kebahagian hidup,tetapi..
hidup bermadu paling tidak disukai oleh cik2 puan..
he..he... (bermadu ini sensitif..so saya tidak akan cerita lebih)..

manakala hempedu pulak rasanya pahit yang amat..
semua orang tidak suka rasa hempedu kan...
bergitu juga dengan perjalanan hidup kita..
ramai di antara kita tidak mahu mengalami pengalaman pahit kan..
ia menyeksakan hidup....
membuat kita menderita...betul atau tidak...
semestinya betulkan...

hempedu juga salah satu bahan didalam perubatan tradisional..
tampa hempedu ,ubat itu kurang berkesan...
ttp pengunaan nya kurang lah jika di bandingkan dengan madu...

namun kesimpulannya kedua -duanya adalah di antara bahan penting...
didalam bahan /ramuan perubatan tradisional..

bergitu juga dalam penghidupan kita ...
kedua -duanya sama penting...

madu adalah keindahan/kebahagian hidup,
manakala
hempedu /kenangan pahit membuat kita semakin matang untuk menjalankan penghidupan..
ia membuat kita lebih dewasa...

jadi madu dan hempedu adalah rencah yang penting didalam penghidupan...
ia merupakan warna2 kehidupan...

coti..coti...coti...

salam buat semua...
pe kabo semua..
cammana cuti hari minggu nie..best kan..
seronok yea bawa keluarga berjalan2...makan angin...
ttp nasihat saya ,
kalo bawa kerluarga berjalan2 tu..harap2 lah ke tempat yang nyaman dan selamat....
bukan apa ,semesti nya sudah di ketahui umum....bahawa VIRUS H1N1 nie semakin menganas....jumlah kematian yg disebabkan wabak nie semakin meningkat...
mampak nya virus nie semakin bertapak di negara kita...
saya harap ada terciptalah ubat untuk menangkisi wabak ini...amin...

setelah penat bersuka ria bersamping keluarga...hilang rasa bosan di tempat kerja...tiba lah masanya untuk menjalan kan tugas seperti biasa sok hari...(hari isnin dan seterus nya) saya harap anda semua dapat menjalankan tugas dengan penuh semangatt....

saya lak ,sok saya start coti satu minggu...nak menenangkan fikiran yang berserabut ini...yea lah banyak perkara yang di pikirkan...masalah dalam negeri dan luar negeri(wah macam PM lak)....saya nak balik kampung....kampung yang indah lagi damai...dapat lah makan makanana masakan mak saya....

insya allah jikalau ada cerita2 yang menarik saya akan muatkan ddlm blog saya ini....sebagai tatapan anda semua.....

sekian lah celoteh dari saya wat masa ini
saya akan sabbung lak d n3 yang akan datang...
salam...


pakai lah penutup mulut dika anda berada di tempat umum


note:apa khabar orang disana...