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Friday, May 27, 2011

Renungan Hari Jumaat

Jika selawat dr Allah swt ertinya rahmat dan jika ia drpd Malaikat dan selainnya,ia bererti doa.Allah Ta’ala berfirman :
Ertinya : “Wahai mereka yg beriman,berselawatl ah kamu ke atasnya dan berilah salam sepenuhnya ke atasnya”.
[QS Al-Ahzab : 56]

Nabi saw bersabda : “Barangsiapa berselawat ke atasku satu kali,nescaya Allah berselawat sepuluh kali (iaitu Allah memberi rahmat ke atasnya sepuluh rahmat)”.

Sesetengah sahabat bertanya kpd Rasulullah saw: “Adakah yg demikian itu dgn kehadiran hati?” Baginda saw menjawab dgn sabdanya : “Tidak. Tetapi org yg berselawat dgn hati yg lalai pun diberikan rahmat oleh Allah seumpama bukit besarnya dan para Malaikat memohon doa agar diampunkannya. Apabila disebutkan selawat itu dgn kehadiran hati, maka tidak diketahui betapa besar kadar kurniaan rahmat ke atasnya melainkan Allah swt shj yg mengetahuinya” .

Ketahuilah bahawa segala zikir tidak diberi pahala dan tidak diterima melainkan dgn disertai dgn kehadiran hati kecuali membaca Al-Quran dan berselawat ke atas Nabi saw yg mana kedua-duanya diterima dan diberi pahala tanpa kehadiran hati.

Nabi saw bersabda : “Barangsiapa yg berselawat ke atasku seribu(1000) kali, nescaya ia tidak mati sehinggalah dibawakan berita gembira mengenai Syurga utknya”.

Sabda Nabi saw : “Barangsiapa berselawat ke atasku satu kali nescaya Allah Ta’ala berselawat ke atasnya 10 kali. Barangsiapa berselawat ke atasku 10 kali, nescaya Allah berselawat ke atasnya 100 kali.Barangsiapa berselawat ke atasku 100 kali, nescaya Allah berselawat ke atasnya 1000 kali. Barangsiapa berselawat ke atasku 1000 kali, nescaya ia tidak disentuh api Neraka”.

Nabi saw bersabda : “Barangsiapa lalaikan dirinya dari berselawat ke atasku, maka sesungguhnya ia tersalah jalan ke Syurga”.

Sabda Nabi saw : “Sesungguhnya manusia yg paling utama bersama-samaku pd hari Kiamat (iaitu yg paling hampir kpdku dan yg lebih berhak dgn syafaatku pd hari Kiamat) ialah yg paling banyak berselawat ke atasku di dunia di kalangan mereka”.

Sabda Nabi saw : “Selawat kamu ke atasku akan menghapuskan dan menghilangkan dosa-dosa kamu spt air menghapuskan api”.

Sabda Nabi saw : “Tiada satu doa seseorg itu melainkan antaranya dan langit terdapat hijab sbg pendinding sehinggalah ia berselawat ke atasku.Apabila ia telah berselawat, maka terkoyaklah hijab itu dan doa itu pun diangkatkan ke langit iaitu diperkenankan” .

Sabda Nabi saw : “Barangsiapa berselawat ke atasku 100 kali dlm satu hari, maka Allah tunaikan 100 hajatnya. 70 hajat utk akhiratnya dan 30 hajat utk dunianya”.

Nabi Muhammad saw bersabda : “Jibril telah dtg kpdku dgn berkata : “Wahai Rasulullah, tiada siapa yg berselawat ke atasmu melainkan 70 ribu Malaikat berselawat ke atasnya”.

Sabda Baginda saw : “Malaikat yg berjalan di muka bumi menyampaikan salam drpd umatku”.

Wednesday, May 25, 2011

Pemantauan Berfokus Akademik di SK Limau Kasturi

Agaknya tuan masih ingat tentang sebuah drama rakyat yang ditayangkan lebih sedekad lalu. Pengkisahan mengenai seorang guru yang di'posting' kan di sana. Kisah suka duka mengharungi hidup mendidik anak bangsa dan komuniti masyarakat setempat akan pentingnya ilmu dan nilai murni bermakna.

Maka pada pagi jam 4.00 bertolak dengan kereta ke stesyen keretapi Kuala Krai. Bukan kerana tak nak naik di stesyen Wakaf Baru, tapi dek tidur begitu lena, teringgal.. sepatutnya berada di Wakaf Baru jam 3.00 pagi sebagaimana yang dijanjikan bersama Tuan KSPA dan rakan-rakan pegawai SPA yang akan ke SK Limau Kasturi. Alhamdullilah rakan Tn. Hj. Mohd Husaini menelefon. Bangun jam 3.30 pagi, nak gi atau tak nak, kalau ke Wakaf Baru tentu tak sempat, jika ke Pasir Mas juga tak sempat maka dengan bertawalkal kepada ALLAH SWT, bertolak ke Kuala Krai. Speed tak juga sekitar 60-70 km/j, biasa saja. Alhamdullilah, tiba dan terus parking di stesyen jam 5.30 pagi. Selang 10 minit, tibalah keretapi dan dapatlah bersama semua pegawai berkereta pai ke SK Limau Kasturi.

Dalam keretapi ramai guru dan pelajar menggunakan perkhidmatannya untuk ke sekolah. Dari pelajar sekolah rendah hingga pelajar tingkatan enam. Setiap hari tanpa jemu, berulang alik rumah -sekolah untuk mendapat ilmu bagi mencorak hidup yang ceria di masa depan.

Tiba di hentian Limau Kasturi jam 8.30 pagi dan dijemput oleh Tuan Guru Besar dan pengurusan sekolah. Terius ke SK Limau Kasturi dalam sekitar 5 minit perjalanan. Suasana ceria menyambut deligasi kami. Seperti biasalah urusan akademik kami dengan pihak sekolah, dari aspek pengurusan kurikulum sehinggalah pelaksanaan P & P di bilik darjah. Saya sempat berinteraksi dengan pelajar UPSR dengan berkongsi input dan resipi kejayaan. Agar ia menjadi pendorong kepada mereka semua.

Jam 12.30 selepas menikmati judah tengah hari, kami sekali lagi dihantar ke stesyen untuk bertolak balik. Bertolak jam 1.30 dengan keretapi Lokal ini, saya tiba di Kuala Krai jam 4.00 petang. Dengan berteman dengan En. Zamri Zakaria balik ke rumah dan tiba jam 5.30 petang setelah menghantar En. Zamri di rumahnya di Chica, Kubang Kerain.

Begitu banyak pengajaran yang diperolehi, tahniah kepada Tuan Guru Besar serta guru yang komited dengantugasan walaupun berada nun agak jauh di pendalaman. Jasa kalian semua hanya ALLAH sahaja yang dapat membalasnya.

Friday, May 20, 2011

Intisari Jumaat Hari Ini

Antara intisari khutbah Jumaat di Masjid Kubang Kachang hari ini ialah:

1. Hendaklah kita sentiasa tolong menolong dalam menjalankan kebaikan dan janganlah tolong menolong dalam menjalankan keburukan.
[ Tetapi mengapa perkara buruk juga yang selalu ditonjolkan secara bergotong royong oleh kebanyakan manusia ]

2. Janganlah kita menghina cerca orang lain dengan menunjuk hebat siapa kita
[ Tetapi kita juga perlu akur kadang kala kita lebih hina dari mereka yang kita perhinakan itu ]

" berat sama dipikul ringan sama dijinjing
Hati gajah sama dilapah hati nyamuk sama di cecah "

Barulah harmoni dunia kehidupan kini.

Thursday, May 19, 2011

Mesyuarat KSPA Bersama BPSH Bil.2/2011

Bertolak dari rumah jam 5.00 pagi hari Rabu 18 Mei 2011 ke airport Pengkalan Chepa untuk ke Putrajaya mewakili Jabatan ke Mesyuarat Akademik antara Ketua Sektor Pengurusan Akademik JPN Negeri bersama Bahagian Pengurusan Sekolah Harian, Kementerian Pelajaran Malaysia. Mesyuarat kali ke dua tahun ini diadakan selama 2 hari iaitu pada 18-19 Mei 2011. Mesyuarat kali ini memberi fokus kepada perkara beriku:

1. Analisis SPM 2011
2. Analisis Ujian Bulan Mac UPSR, PMR. SPM dan STPM 2011
3. Perkongsian Maklumat Tingkatan Enam
4. Pengurusan Pemantauan Akademik
5. Pelaksanaan School Enhancement Program
6. Pentaksiran Berasaskan Sekolah (LP)
7. Memperkasakan SK
8. Penggunaan Teks Interlok Dalam Kesusasteraan Melayu (BPK)

Pencapaian murid dalam peperiksaan awam menjadi tugas penting bagi Sektor Pengurusan Akademik disamping peranan utama asas memantapkan P & P.Setiap negeri perlu mencapai lebih dari GP Nasioanal untuk tahun 2011

Gred Purata UPSR – 2.29
% Lulus UPSR SK – 75.00
% Lulus UPSR SJKC – 70.00
% Lulus UPSR SJKT – 65.00
% Lulus Semua A UPSR – 11.00
% Lulus (ABC) – 70.00

Gred Purata PMR – 2.72
% Lulus Minimum D – 70.41

Gred Purata SPM – 5.18
% Layak Sijil – 94.20
% Cemerlang – 2.78

Untuk tahun ini, focus perlu diberi kepada Sejarah dan PI yang tidak banyak menyumbang kecemerlangan. Sejarah menjadi mp wajib lulus SPM 2013.

Program Kecemerlangan Mata Pelajaran untuk SPM 2011 melibatkan :
BM, BI, Pi, Sej, Mat, Sc, Sastera, Geo, PSV, Add. Math, Pdg, PA, EA, Fizik, Kimia, Bio, Tasawwur Islam, LK ( berdasarkan mp popular)

Perancangan Strategik (2011-2015) Negeri sepatutnya dah mantap tanpa mengabaikan pelaksanaan HC, Peningkatn Pencapaian Peperiksaan Awam, Analisis pencapaian keseluruhan mp dalam peperiksaan awam 2006-2010, P & P berkesan, pemantauan akademik, NKRA( LINUS, Pra sekolah, SIP), MBMMBI, Transformasi Kurikulum (KSPK/KSSR/KSSM)

Pencapaian kecemerlangan murid dangi kelas di Skim Tuisyen Felda untuk 2011 : UPSR – 15 %. PMR- 6 %, SPM 3 % termasuk PPS

Pencapaian LINUS Peringkat Kebangsaan terkini:
Literasi – 91.0 %
Numerasi – 98.5 %

Sepatah kata dari YBrs. Dato Isa bin Abu, Pengarah BPSH.. jaya dan capaikan KPI kecemerlangan untuk tahun ini bagi semua kelas.

Pada hari kedua ini, mesyuarat ditangguhkan jam 1.30 tgh, dan dengan mengambil teksi bertolak ke LCCT untuk mendapatkan penerbangan balik ke KB dengan AirAsia tepat jam 6.15 petang.

( Bermalam pada 18 Mei 2011, di Concorde Inn KLIA sempat jumpa pegawai jpn negeri-negeri yang menghadiri mesyuarat di sana mengenai pendidikan swasta )

Marilah kita semua berkerja untuk mendapatkan kecemerlangan ini berlandaskan apa yang diperolehi dari SIP iaitu meningkatkan band yang rendah kepada band yang lebih baik.

Tuesday, May 17, 2011

Selamat Hari Guru buat semua yang ber'title' DG

Setiap kali tibanya 16 Mei maka itulah tarikh meraikan jasa dan pengorbanan insan yang bergelar guru. Insan yang bekerjaya rasmi ber'title' DG inilah yang mengasuh didik semua kita ini. Dari sekolah rendah sehinggalah ke sekolah menengah.

Saban tahun ada saja hadiah yang diumumkan untuk kaum pendidik ini. Mengharapkan mutu pendidikan negara bertambah kualitinya ke arah negara maju dengan insan yang hebat.

Bernama

Perdana Menteri Datuk Seri Najib Razak hari ini mengumumkan berita baik buat warga pendidik yang akan menikmati lima kaedah kenaikan pangkat berkuat kuasa 1 Januari depan, dalam usaha menambahbaik skim perkhidmatan guru.

Dalam perutusan khas Hari Guru melalui rakaman video yang ditayangkan sempena pelancaran sambutan Hari Guru peringkat kebangsaan Ke-40 di Kuching, beliau berkata kerajaan telah memutuskan sedemikian kerana menyedari bebanan tugas dan pengorbanan yang telah dibuat para guru.

Pelancaran sambutan Hari Guru bertema "Guru Penjana Transfromasi Pendidikan Negara" itu di rasmikan oleh Timbalan Perdana Menteri Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin, yang juga Menteri Pendidikan.

Perkhidmatan perguruan adalah satu-satunya perkhidmatan yang diperuntukkan dengan lima kaedah kenaikan pangkat iaitu kenaikan pangkat mengisi kekosongan jawatan, kenaikan pangkat secara Khas Untuk Penyandang (KUP), kenaikan pangkat berdasarkan tempoh perkhidmatan, kenaikan pangkat untuk pengetua atau guru besar cemerlang dan kenaikan pangkat guru cemerlang.

education high school girls 040405Najib berkata sebagai kesinambungan kepada keperluan transformasi kecemerlangan dalam perkhidmatan berkenaan dan dalam memartabatkan profesion keguruan di samping mengambil kira keunikan fungsi tugas guru, kaedah kenaikan pangkat khususnya berdasarkan tempoh perkhidmatan perlu diberi nafas baru.

"Kerajaan mendapati sekarang ini, majoriti guru yang bertungkus lumus di bilik darjah hanya akan mengakhiri perkhidmatan mereka cuma pada Gred DG48 setelah sekian waktu menabur bakti selama 25 tahun," kata Perdana Menteri.

Katanya, kini sampai masanya laluan kerjaya guru ditambah baik demi memastikan mereka yang membentuk modal insan negara diberi pengiktirafan dan ganjaran sewajarnya.

NONEKaedah baru kenaikan pangkat diperkenalkan khusus kepada guru yang terlibat dalam pengajaran dan pembelajaran (PDP) iaitu guru wibawa dan pendeta guru, yang akan dikategorikan mengikut empat lapisan jawatan pertamanya, katanya.

Beliau berkata pewujudan lapisan tersebut, termasuk guru biasa, guru kanan, guru wibawa dan pendeta guru, akan membolehkan peningkatan ke gred yang lebih tinggi berdasarkan kecemerlangan.

Melalui konsep guru wibawa dan pendeta guru itu, Najib berkata laluan kerjaya guru dalam PDP akan diperluaskan sehingga mencapai ke gred DG54 dalam tempoh perkhidmatan 25 tahun dengan memenuhi tahap kecemerlangan serta lain-lain syarat yang ditetapkan Lembaga Kenaikan Pangkat Perkhidmatan Pendidikan.


"Satu lagi berita baik bagi mereka yang menunjukkan kecemerlangan terkemuka mutunya seperti ditetapkan oleh Lembaga Kenaikan Pangkat Perkhidmatan Pendidikan," katanya sambil menambah bahawa mereka boleh mencapai Gred Khas C dan ke atas sebelum bersara.

Namun guru-guru yang tidak dinaikkan pangkat ke Gred Khas masih berpeluang untuk menikmati Pergerakan Gaji Tahunan, katanya.

Beliau berkata kerajaan bersetuju menambahkan lagi jawatan Gred Khas C bagi laluan pengajaran dan pembelajaran sebanyak seratus peratus dengan menambah sejumlah 72 jawatan berbanding 36 jawatan sedia ada di bawah konsep guru wibawa dan pendeta guru.

Kerajaan juga bersetuju untuk menaikkan gred jawatan semua pengetua sekolah menengah Gred DG48 ke gred DG52 yang melibatkan 1,228 jawatan sebagai membuktikan lagi kesungguhan kerajaan dalam memartabatkan profesion keguruan, katanya.

Beliau berkata manakala semua guru penolong kanan (GPK) pentadbiran, hal ehwal akademik dan kokurikulum sekolah menengah gred DG44 dinaikkan ke gred DG48, akan melibatkan 6,585 jawatan.

Najib berkata semua GPK pentadbiran, hal ehwal akademik dan kokurikulum di sekolah rendah kluster turut dinaikkan dari gred DGA32 ke gred DGA34 yang melibatkan sejumlah 99 jawatan.

"Hakikatnya, setiap seorang daripada kita tidak kiralah sama ada beliau seorang pemimpin, pentadbir, doktor, peguam, akauntan, jurutera, ahli sukan atau apa jua pun kerjayanya, telah terasuh dan dibimbing oleh insan yang bernama guru," katanya


Pada kesempatan ini, saya mengucapkan Selamat Menyambut Hari Guru dan laksanakan tugas dengan penuh dedikasi. Kepada rakan yang bukan ber'title' sedemikian, tuan juga merupakan seorang guru kepada anak generasi keturunan mendatang. Didiklah generasi ini menjadi manusia yang hebat dunia dan akhirat. Tanamkan kepada mereka tentang amal makruf dan nahi mungkar. Insyaallah menjadinya mereka ini.

Teringat akan kata seorang kawan, Prof di salah sebuah Universiti di Malaysia .." Kita ni bukan guru ke?.. Kata saya "Selamat Hari Pendidik"... tersenyumnya, kita semua ini adalah seorang pendidik.

Monday, May 16, 2011

Program USM-JPN Komuniti 2011



Hari ini, bangkit dari tidur seawal jam 4.00 pagi untuk ke airport Pengkalan Chepa bagi mendapatkan penerbangan MAS ke Putrajaya. Tiba disana betempat di Palm Garden IOI Resort berlangsunglah majlis KTP- Knowledge Transfer Programe yang melibatkan Universiti dan Komuniti serta Industri. Mewakili JPN Kelantan sebagai Komuniti kepada program USM, telah berjaya mendapat kelulusan kewangan dalam bentuk Geran yang mana akan melibatkan seramai 1000 pelajar dari semua PPD negeri Kelantan.

Juga terlibat dalam majlis ini ialah Pn. Mazinah Muda dari SM Sains Tengku Muhamad Faris Petra yang mewakili Komuniti bagi program Kelab Neurosains di sekolah berkenaan dan SK Kubang Kerian 3.

Terima kasih kepada Prof Madya Azwany, Prof Jefri dan pensyarah dari USM yang hadir bersama dalam majlis ini. Sesuatu yang tak diduga ialah dapat bertemu dengan waris dulunya menuntut dan berkerja di UK selama 14 tahun, kini kembali berkhidmat di USM.. Dr. Dr. Muzamil.

Balik ke KB jam 6.30 petang dengan Airbus Air Asia buat kali pertama melalui LCCT. Suasana sibuk disini, tambang murah yang banyak permintaan. Dapatlah juga makan nasi lemak yang diberikan oleh pihak Air Asia semasa penerbangan, mengalas perut menambah energi badan yang dah agak lesu.

Saturday, May 14, 2011

Plane hit by lightning



By Gaby Leslie, Yahoo! UK

A man was lucky enough to capture this footage of two bolts of lightning striking an airplane minutes before it landed at Heathrow airport.

All five hundred passengers on-board the Emirates Airbus A380 escaped unharmed after two powerful lightning bolts hit the aircraft in a thunderstorm.

During the four-second-long video, the powerful lightning strikes can be seen touching the body of the aircraft from all sides.

The awesome moment was captured by photographer Chris Dawson in south west London over the warm Easter weekend last month.

The plane was left completely intact following the incident.

"I saw the storm clouds gathering and I thought the conditions would be perfect for a lightning strike," he told the Daily Mail.

According to the UK Civil Aviation Authority (CAA), if airplanes are not adequately protected from lightning strikes — extremely high voltages and currents can pass through the aircraft, which are capable of damaging component assemblies or destroying wiring and equipment.

However, the body of a plane must be bonded with metal so it can act as a conductor, allowing electricity to pass through it in order to survive the jolts.

Without the metallic bonding, lightning could cause a plane to explode on impact.

The worst incident ever recorded involving a lightning strike occurred in 1976 when a lightning bolt hit the fuel tanks of a Boeing 707 flying over Maryland in the US, killing 81 people on-board.

Sentiasalah mensyukuri nikmat ALLAH SWT.. semoga sentiasa selamat dalam gerak kerja seharian.

Saturday, May 7, 2011

Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg - The young billionaire’s


Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg Buys $7 Million Home
By Morgan Brennan, Forbes.com
May 6, 2011

Mark Zuckerberg is, at age 26, on the young side for a first-time home buyer these days. But the Facebook cofounder and chief executive isn’t exactly stretching financially to make his first purchase. Valued at $13.5 billion, and with a persona made famous by the Oscar-winning film The Social Network, Zuckerberg recently plunked down a relatively paltry $7 million for his first home.

The restored historic Palo Alto, Calif. abode encompasses 5,617 square feet on a 17,100 square-foot plot. It includes five bedrooms, five and a half baths, a banquet-size dining room, a music alcove and glassed-in porch. The backyard has a saltwater pool, a spa, an outdoor gazebo with a wood-burning fireplace and a carport. The lot, located on Edgewood Drive in the Crescent Park neighborhood, is shielded from nosy neighbors and gawkers by a wall and citrus trees. Crescent Park itself is a high-end neighborhood where median single-family homes went for an average of $1.9 million in February, according to the Zillow Home Value Index.

The young billionaire’s new pad hails from an earlier structure erected by William A. Newell, a physician and politician who helped establish and govern the area in the late 19th century. It was razed and rebuilt by another physician in 1903. Since then, it changed hands roughly seven times, going through several remodelings, before being acquired by the social media entrepreneur.

The property was listed through Sherry Bucolo of Alain Pinel Realtors. Both Bucolo and Facebook declined to comment on the sale, but public records indicate the deal closed in mid-March. As with most real estate transactions involving rich and famous homebuyers, the sale was conducted through a third party LLC.

The young billionaire has long been a fan of renting and of relatively modest digs. His last two places were rentals in the College Terrace neighborhood of Palo Alto, both of which were close to Facebook’s offices and significantly smaller than the new home.

Zuckerberg, who ranks 52nd on Forbes’ list of the World’s Billionaires, paid $1 million more than the previously listed asking price of $5.85 million. The $7 million paid is about what the home is valued in the expensive 94301 zip code, according to Zillow.com.

That might seem like a hefty price tag to many middle Americans, but it’s pee wee league among billionaires. Yuri Milner, a venture capital billionaire and Facebook investor, shelled out $100 million for an 11 acre, 25,000 square foot estate in the area earlier this year. In April, news broke that Rinat Akhmetov, Ukraine’s wealthiest billionaire, had snatched up a London penthouse for $221 million, the most ever paid for an apartment anywhere.

Hebatnya orang muda... orang kita pun boleh jika berusaha!!!!

Friday, May 6, 2011

Minggu Osama bin Laden


Osama bin Laden, nama yang begitu menonjol apabila ia dikaitkan dengan tragedi 11 September 2001, ranapnya WTC di Washintong DC, USA. Entah dia ke atau entah tidak, ramai yang menunding jari kepada nya dan kumpulan AlQaeda. Segala ketidaktenteraman dunia Osama dan kumpulannya adalah penyebabnya. Jika orang lain yang melakukan, dia juga yang ditunjukkan sebagai pelakunya.

Kini dia kononnya telah ditembak mati di tempat persembunyiannya di Pakistan dan di kuburkan dilaut Arab. Bersorak sorailah Amerika dan kunconya dengan mengatakan tanpa nya dunia ini akan aman tenteram. Tetapi seingat dulu sebelum mashyur namanya, dunia juga tidak kurang hebatnya dengan segala peperangan. Jelas Amerika juga pencetusnya. Perang Vietnam masih dalam ingatan sehingga Amerika cabut lari dengan muka yang teramat malunya. Setelah Afganistan kini di Iraq yang tak pernah ada penyudahnya . Terbaharu Libya kini digayang habis-habisan untuk menamatkan Muaamar Ghadaffi.

Masyarakat dunia kini, tertanya-tanya betulkan itu orangnya. Mengapa tak diserahkan jasadnya yang telah ditembak itu kepada keluarganya di Arab Saudi, negara kelahirannya. Tunjukkan kepada dunia, ini dia Osama bin Laden. Kini mereka juga keliru kerana banyak terdapat andaian tanpa fakta yang konkrit. .. Osama sudah tiada.

Jika tiada nas yang betul maka ia boleh dikatakan sebagai satu pembohongan. Dan mengikut kata bijak pandai, jika dah bermula satu pembohongan maka akan timbul pembohongan seterusnya bagi menutupi pembohongan sebelumnya. Pembohongan demi pembohongan ini yang bakal meruntuhkan ketamadunan manusia Dan dah ada kajian mengatakan bahawa peristiwa September 9 ini adalah perancangan licik Bush untuk menjahnamkan Iraq.

Selamatkan dunia untuk masa akan datang apabila tiada lagi orang yang digelar Osama bin Laden oleh Amerika ??? Dan sesungguhnya ISLAM itu adalah rahmat seluruh alam.

Wednesday, May 4, 2011

12 Foods With Super-Healing Powers



As part of a healthy diet, whole foods play a significant role in helping our bodies function at their best. There are hundreds of extremely nutritious whole foods, but the dozen on this list do more than contribute healthy nutrients -- they help you heal. In fact, every food on this list boasts multiple healing effects, from fighting cancer to reducing cholesterol, guarding against heart disease, and more. Eat these super-healing picks and start feeling pretty super yourself.
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Kiwifruit
This tiny, nutrient-dense fruit packs an amazing amount of vitamin C (double the amount found in oranges), has more fiber than apples, and beats bananas as a high-potassium food. The unique blend of phytonutrients, vitamins, and minerals found in kiwifruit helps protect against heart disease, stroke, cancer, and respiratory disease. Kiwifruit's natural blood-thinning properties work without the side effects of aspirin and support vascular health by reducing the formation of spontaneous blood clots, lowering LDL cholesterol, and reducing blood pressure. Multiple studies have shown that kiwifruit not only reduces oxidative stress and damage to DNA but also prompts damaged cells to repair themselves.
Kiwifruit is often prescribed as part of a dietary regimen to battle cancer and heart disease, and in Chinese medicine it's used to accelerate the healing of wounds and sores.
How much: Aim to eat one to two kiwifruit a day while they're in season, for the best taste and nutrition. California-grown kiwifruit are in season from October through May, and New Zealand kiwifruit are available between April and November.
Tips:
Kiwifruit contains enzymes that activate once you cut the fruit, causing the flesh to tenderize. So if you're making a fruit salad, cut the kiwifruit last.
The riper the kiwifruit, the greater the antioxidant power, so let them ripen before you dig in.
Cherries
Cherries boast a laundry list of healing powers. For starters, they pack a powerful nutritional punch for a relatively low calorie count. They're also packed with substances that help fight inflammation and cancer. As if that weren't enough, in lab studies, quercetin and ellagic acid, two compounds contained in cherries, have been shown to inhibit the growth of tumors and even cause cancer cells to commit suicide -- without damaging healthy cells. Cherries also have antiviral and antibacterial properties.
Anthocyanin, another compound in cherries, is credited with lowering the uric acid levels in the blood, thereby reducing a common cause of gout. Researchers believe anthocyanins may also reduce your risk of colon cancer. Further, these compounds work like a natural form of ibuprofen, reducing inflammation and curbing pain. Regular consumption may help lower risk of heart attack and stroke.
In Chinese medicine, cherries are routinely used as a remedy for gout, arthritis, and rheumatism (as well as anemia, due to their high iron content). Plus they're delicious.
How much: Aim for a daily serving while they're in season locally. And keep a bag of frozen cherries in your freezer the rest of the year; frozen cherries retain 100 percent of their nutritional value and make a great addition to smoothies, yogurt, and oatmeal.
Tip:
Buy organic or wash thoroughly, since conventionally grown cherries can be high in pesticides.
Guavas
Guavas are a small tropical fruit that can be round, oval, or pear-shaped. They're not all that common, so they might be hard to find, depending on where you live. But if you can track them down, it's more than worth it. Guavas contain more of the cancer-fighting antioxidant lycopene than any other fruit or vegetable, and nearly 20 percent more than tomatoes. Our bodies can't process much of the lycopene in tomatoes until they're cooked; the processing helps break down tough cell walls. However, guavas' cell structure allows the antioxidant to be absorbed whether the fruit is raw or cooked, and the whole fruit offers the nutrition without the added sodium of processed tomato products.
Lycopene protects our healthy cells from free radicals that can cause all kinds of damage, including blocked arteries, joint degeneration, nervous system problems, and even cancer. Lycopene consumption is associated with significantly lower rates of prostate cancer; in addition, men with prostate tumors who consumed lycopene supplements showed significant improvements, such as smaller tumors and decreased malignancy. Lycopene has also been found to inhibit the growth of breast cancer cells, and research suggests that this antioxidant may also help protect against coronary heart disease.
This strange-looking little fruit is also packed with vitamin C and other antioxidants. Serving for serving, guava offers more than 60 percent more potassium than a banana, which can help protect against heart disease and stroke. In fact, the nutrients found in guavas have been shown to lower LDL and boost HDL cholesterol, reduce triglycerides, and lower blood pressure.
How much: Aim to eat fresh guavas as often as you can when you can find them in stores. They're not commonly available in the freezer section; and most guava juices are processed and sweetened, so they don't provide the same superior nutrition that the whole, fresh fruit does. One to two guavas a day is a good goal.
Tip:
Opt for the red-fleshed variety if you can; both are loaded with antioxidants, but the red type has more than the white-fleshed apple guava.
Beans
Beans are a miracle food. They lower cholesterol, regulate blood sugar and insulin production, promote digestive health, and protect against cancer. If you think of fiber, protein, and antioxidants and immediately think whole grains, meat, and fruit, think again -- beans offer all three in a single package.
An assortment of phytochemicals found in beans has been shown to protect cells from cancerous activity by inhibiting cancer cells from reproducing, slowing tumor growth. Researchers at the Harvard School of Public Health reported that women who consumed beans at least twice a week were 24 percent less likely to develop breast cancer, and multiple studies have tied beans to a reduced risk of heart disease, type 2 diabetes, high blood pressure, and breast and colon cancers.
Beans deliver a whopping amount of antioxidants, which help prevent and fight oxidative damage. In fact, the USDA's ranking of foods by antioxidant capacity places three varieties of beans (red beans, red kidney beans, and pinto beans) in the top four -- and that's among all food groups. Beans are a great source of dietary fiber, protein, and iron. They also contain the amino acid tryptophan; foods with high amounts of tryptophan can help regulate your appetite, aid in sleep, and improve your mood. Many are also rich in folate, which plays a significant role in heart health. And depending on the type of bean you choose, you'll also get decent amounts of potassium, magnesium, vitamin B1 and B2, and vitamin K. Soybeans are a great source of omega-3 fatty acids.
In Chinese medicine, various types of beans have been used to treat alcoholism, food poisoning, edema (particularly in the legs), high blood pressure, diarrhea, laryngitis, kidney stones, rheumatism, and dozens of other conditions.
How much: Aim for a minimum of two servings of beans per week.
Tip:
Adzuki and mung beans are among the most easily digested; pinto, kidney, navy, garbanzo, lima, and black beans are more difficult to digest.
Watercress
Not only is watercress extremely nutritious, it's about as close as you can get to a calorie-free food. Calorie for calorie, it provides four times the calcium of 2 percent milk. Ounce for ounce, it offers as much vitamin C as an orange and more iron than spinach. It's packed with vitamin A and has lots of vitamin K, along with multiple antioxidant carotenoids and protective phytochemicals.
The nutrients in watercress protect against cancer and macular degeneration, help build the immune system, and support bone health. The iron helps red blood cells carry oxygen to your body's tissues for energy. The phytochemicals in watercress battle cancer in three ways: killing cancer cells, blocking carcinogens, and protecting healthy cells from carcinogens. They've also been shown to help prevent lung and esophageal cancer and can help lower your risk for other cancers.
In Chinese medicine, watercress is thought to help reduce tumors, improve night vision, and stimulate bile production (improving digestion and settling intestinal gas). It's used as a remedy for jaundice, urinary difficulty, sore throat, mumps, and bad breath.
How much: Eat watercress daily if you can. In some regions, it's more widely available during the spring and summer, when it's cultivated outdoors. But since it can also be grown hydroponically in greenhouses, you can find it year-round in many grocery stores and at your local farmer's market.
Tip:
You can cook it, but watercress is better for you when you eat it raw. Tuck it into a sandwich in place of lettuce.
Toss it with your favorite vegetables and eat it in a salad.
Watercress is great in pesto -- just replace the basil with watercress -- and soups.
Use watercress as a wonderfully detoxifying ingredient in a juice or smoothie.
Spinach
You already knew spinach was good for you, but did you know just how good? Spinach protects against eye disease and vision loss; it's good for brain function; it guards against colon, prostate, and breast cancers; it protects against heart disease, stroke, and dementia; it lowers blood pressure; it's anti-inflammatory; and it's great for bone health. Spinach has an amazing array of nutrients, including high amounts of vitamin K, calcium, vitamin A, vitamin C, folate, magnesium, and iron.
A carotenoid found in spinach not only kills prostate cancer cells, it also prevents them from multiplying. Folate promotes vascular health by lowering homocysteine, an amino acid that, at high levels, raises the risk of dementia and cardiovascular disease, including heart disease and stroke. Folate has also been shown to reduce the risk of developing colorectal, ovarian, and breast cancers and to help stop uncontrolled cell growth, one of the primary characteristics of all cancers. The vitamin C and beta-carotene in spinach protect against colon cancer in addition to fighting inflammation, making them key components of brain health, particularly in older adults.
Spinach is loaded with vitamin K (one cup of cooked spinach provides 1,111 percent of the recommended daily amount!), which builds strong bones by helping calcium adhere to the bone. Spinach is also rich in lutein, which protects against age-related macular degeneration, and it may help prevent heart attacks by keeping artery walls clear of cholesterol buildup.
How much: Fresh spinach should be a daily staple in your diet. It's available in practically every grocery store, no matter where you live, it's easy to find year-round, and you'd be hard pressed to find a more nutritionally sound, versatile green. So do yourself a healthy favor and aim for a few ounces -- raw, sauteed, or lightly steamed, every day.
Tips:
Add a handful of fresh spinach to your next fruit smoothie. It'll change the color but not the taste.
Conventionally grown spinach is susceptible to pesticide residue; stick to organic.
Onions
Onions get a bad rap for their effect on breath, but that's not the only part of the body where they pack a wallop. Onions contain potent cancer-fighting enzymes; onion consumption has been shown to help lower the risk of prostate and esophageal cancers and has also been linked to reduced mortality from coronary heart disease. Research suggests that they may help protect against stomach cancer. Onions contain sulfides that help lower blood pressure and cholesterol, as well as a peptide that may help prevent bone loss by inhibiting the loss of calcium and other bone minerals.
Onions have super antioxidant power. They contain quercetin, a natural antihistamine that reduces airway inflammation and helps relieve symptoms of allergies and hay fever. Onions also boast high levels of vitamin C, which, along with the quercetin, battles cold and flu symptoms. Onions' anti-inflammatory properties help fight the pain and swelling associated with osteo- and rheumatoid arthritis. Onions are also extremely rich in sulfur and they have antibiotic and antiviral properties, making them excellent for people who consume a diet high in protein, fat, or sugar, as they help cleanse the arteries and impede the growth of viruses, yeasts, and other disease-causing agents, which can build up in an imbalanced diet.
How much: For all the health benefits onions provide, it would be ideal to eat one a day. However, if that's not doable for you, add a few onions to your weekly grocery list and try to eat a little bit every day. All varieties are extremely good for you, but shallots and yellow onions lead the pack in antioxidant activity. Raw onions provide the best nutrition, but they're still great for you when they're lightly cooked. And cooking meat at high temperatures (such as on a grill) with onions can help reduce or counteract carcinogens produced by the meat.
Tip:
Onions should be stored at room temperature, but if they bother your eyes when you cut them, try refrigerating them for an hour beforehand.
Carrots
Carrots are a great source of the potent antioxidants known as carotenoids. Diets high in carotenoids have been tied to a decreased risk in postmenopausal breast cancer as well as cancers of the bladder, cervix, prostate, colon, larynx, and esophagus. Conversely, diets low in carotenoids have been associated with chronic disease, including heart disease and various cancers. Research suggests that just one carrot per day could reduce your risk of lung cancer by half. Carrots may also reduce your risk of kidney and ovarian cancers. In addition to fighting cancer, the nutrients in carrots inhibit cardiovascular disease, stimulate the immune system, promote colon health, and support ear and eye health.
Carrots contain calcium, potassium, magnesium, phosphorus, fiber, vitamin C, and an incredible amount of vitamin A. The alpha-carotene in carrots has shown promise in inhibiting tumor growth. Carrots also contain the carotenoids lutein and zeaxanthin, which work together to promote eye health and prevent macular degeneration and cataracts. In Chinese medicine, carrots are used to treat rheumatism, kidney stones, tumors, indigestion, diarrhea, night blindness, ear infections, earaches, deafness, skin lesions, urinary tract infections, coughs, and constipation.
How much: Eat a serving of carrots each day if you can, and enjoy them year-round. Carrots are good for you whether they're raw or lightly cooked; cooking helps break down the tough fiber, making some of the nutrients more easily absorbed. For the best nutrition, go for whole carrots that are firm and fresh-looking. Precut baby carrots are made from whole carrots and, although they're convenient, they tend to lose important nutrients during processing.
Tips:
Remove carrot tops before storing them in the fridge, as the tops drain moisture from the roots and will cause the carrots to wilt.
Buy organic; conventionally grown carrots frequently show high pesticide residues.
Cabbage
Cabbage is a powerhouse source of vitamins K and C. Just one cup supplies 91 percent of the recommended daily amount for vitamin K, 50 percent of vitamin C, good amounts of fiber, and decent scores of manganese, vitamin B6, folate, and more -- and it'll only cost you about 33 calories. Calorie for calorie, cabbage offers 11 percent more vitamin C than oranges.
Cabbage contains high levels of antioxidant sulforaphanes that not only fight free radicals before they damage DNA but also stimulate enzymes that detoxify carcinogens in the body. Researchers believe this one-two approach may contribute to the apparent ability of cruciferous vegetables to reduce the risk of cancer more effectively than any other plant food group. Numerous studies point to a strong association between diets high in cruciferous vegetables and a low incidence of lung, colon, breast, ovarian, and bladder cancers.
Cabbage builds strong bones, dampens allergic reactions, reduces inflammation, and promotes gastrointestinal health. Cabbage is routinely juiced as a natural remedy for healing peptic ulcers due to its high glutamine content. It also provides significant cardiovascular benefit by preventing plaque formation in the blood vessels. In Chinese medicine, cabbage is used to treat constipation, the common cold, whooping cough, depression and irritability, and stomach ulcers. When eaten and used as a poultice, as a dual treatment, cabbage is helpful for healing bedsores, varicose veins, and arthritis.
How much: The more cabbage you can include in your diet, the better. A study of Polish women found that those who ate at least four servings of cabbage per week as adolescents were 72 percent less likely to develop breast cancer later in life than their peers who consumed only one weekly serving or less.
Tips:
Try raw sauerkraut. It has all the health properties of cabbage, plus some potent probiotics, which are excellent for digestive health.
Use the whole cabbage; the outer leaves contain a third more calcium than the inner leaves.
Both are nutritional stars, but red cabbages are far superior to the white variety, with about seven times more vitamin C and more than four times the polyphenols, which protect cells from oxidative stress and cancer.
Broccoli
You'll find it difficult to locate another single food source with as much naturally occurring health-promoting properties as broccoli. A single cup of steamed broccoli provides more than 200 percent of the RDA for vitamin C (more than oranges), nearly as much of vitamin K, and about half of the daily allowance for vitamin A, along with plentiful folate, fiber, sulfur, iron, B vitamins, and a whole host of other important nutrients. Calorie for calorie, broccoli contains about twice the amount of protein as steak -- and a lot more protective phytonutrients.
Broccoli's phytochemicals fight cancer by neutralizing carcinogens and accelerating their elimination from the body, in addition to inhibiting tumors caused by chemical carcinogens. Studies show evidence that these substances help prevent lung and esophageal cancers and may play a role in lowering the risk of other cancers, including gastrointestinal cancer.
Phytonutrients called indoles found in broccoli help protect against prostate, gastric, skin, breast, and cervical cancers. Some research suggests that indoles also protect the structure of DNA and may reduce the risk of prostate cancer. Extensive studies have linked broccoli to a 20 percent reduction in heart disease risk. In Chinese medicine, broccoli is used to treat eye inflammation.
How much: If you can eat a little broccoli every day, your body will thank you for it. If you can't swing it, aim for eating it as regularly as possible. Like many other vegetables, broccoli provides fantastic nutrition both in its raw form and when it's properly cooked. Cooking reduces some of broccoli's anticancer components, but lightly steaming it will preserve most of the nutrients. Broccoli is available fresh year-round in most areas, but if you can't find it where you live, frozen broccoli is a good substitute.
Tip:
Steaming or cooking broccoli lightly releases the maximum amount of the antioxidant sulforaphane.
Kale
Kale is highly nutritious, has powerful antioxidant properties, and is anti-inflammatory. One cup of cooked kale contains an astounding 1,328 percent of the RDA for vitamin K, 192 percent of the RDA for vitamin A, and 89 percent of the RDA for vitamin C. It's also a good source of calcium and iron.
Kale is in the same plant family as broccoli and cabbage, and, like its cruciferous cousins, it contains high levels of the cancer-fighting compound sulforaphane, which guards against prostate, gastric, skin, and breast cancers by boosting the body's detoxification enzymes and fighting free radicals in the body. The indoles in kale have been shown to protect against breast, cervical, and colon cancers. The vitamin K in kale promotes blood clotting, protects the heart, and helps build strong bones by anchoring calcium to the bone. It also has more antioxidant power than spinach, protecting against free-radical damage. Kale is extra rich in beta-carotene (containing seven times as much as does broccoli), lutein, and zeaxanthin (ten times the amount in broccoli). In Chinese medicine, kale is used to help ease lung congestion.
How much: Like cabbage, the more kale you can eat, the better. A daily serving is ideal. Eat it as much as you can, as long as you can find it fresh at your local grocery or farmer's market. In some areas, it's available all year; in others, it only makes an appearance during summer and fall.
Tips:
Kale's growing season extends nearly year-round; the only time it's out of season is summer, when plenty of other leafy greens are abundant.
Steam or sauté kale on its own, or add it to soups and stews. Cooking helps tenderize the leaves.
Kale is also a great addition when it's blended in fruit smoothies or juiced with other vegetables.
Dandelion
The same pesky weed known for ruining lawns has a long history of being used as a healing herb in cultures around the globe. One cup of raw dandelion greens provides 535 percent of the RDA of vitamin K and 112 percent of the RDA for vitamin A. Dandelion greens are also a good source of vitamin C, calcium, iron, fiber, and potassium. Among all foods, it's one of the richest sources of vitamin A; among all green vegetables, it's one of the best sources of beta-carotene.
Dandelion has been used for centuries to treat hepatitis, kidney, and liver disorders such as kidney stones, jaundice, and cirrhosis. It's routinely prescribed as a natural treatment for hepatitis C, anemia, and liver detoxification (poor liver function has been linked to numerous conditions, from indigestion and hepatitis to irritability and depression). As a natural diuretic, dandelion supports the entire digestive system and increases urine output, helping flush toxins and excess salt from the kidneys. The naturally occurring potassium in dandelions helps prevent the loss of potassium that can occur with pharmaceutical diuretics.
Dandelion promotes digestive health by stimulating bile production, resulting in a gentle laxative effect. Inulin, a naturally occurring soluble fiber in dandelion, further aids digestion by feeding the healthy probiotic bacteria in the intestines; it also increases calcium absorption and has a beneficial effect on blood sugar levels, therefore being useful in treating diabetes. Both the dandelion leaves and root are used to treat heartburn and indigestion. The pectin in dandelion relieves constipation and, in combination with vitamin C, reduces cholesterol. Dandelion is excellent for reducing edema, bloating, and water retention; it can also help reduce high blood pressure. On top of all that, dandelion contains multiple antidiarrheal and antibacterial properties.
In Chinese medicine, dandelion is used in combination with other herbs to treat hepatitis and upper respiratory tract infections such as bronchitis and pneumonia. The sap from the stem and root is a topical remedy for warts. Imagine -- all this from a lowly weed!
How much: How much dandelion to incorporate into your diet boils down to two factors: availability and personal preference. Dandelion greens are considered a specialty item in some areas and therefore can be difficult to find. They also have a pungent taste, and people tend to love or hate the flavor. If you can find fresh dandelion greens and you enjoy the taste, make them a regular part of your diet.
Tip:
Use the root in soups or sauté it on its own.
If the raw leaves are too bitter for you, try them lightly steamed or sautéed.


Maka banyakkan makan buah, buah timur pun banyak sebab buat barat agak mahal sikit...

Tuesday, May 3, 2011

Merasa Vs Terasa

Hari ini telah berlangsung mesyuarat penyelarasan JK Pelaksana bagi Kem Kecemerlangan STF UPSR 2011 bagi Gugusan Felda Kemahang. Bermula jam 10.00 pagi di SK Kemahang 3, selaku tuan rumah untuk tahun ini, banyak perkara telah dapat di selesaikan menjelang pelaksanaanya pada 7 dan 14 Mei nanti.

Pada kesempatan ini juga, En. Mohd Razali Abdul Talib selaku pegawai data STF/PPS telah memberi ulasan berdata mengenai pencapaian UBB1 yang telah selesai dilaksanakan dan kini dalam proses untuk kemaskini UBB2. Target perlu dicapai untuk UPSR 2011 nanti bagi kumpulan Kemahang seramai minimum 60 orang 5A dari semua pelajar STF seramai 99 orang.

Dalam kerja berpasukan ini, suatu pernyataan yang begitu terkesan untuk kita fahami dan hayati bersama ialah Merasa dan Terasa. Apabila organisasi mencapai kejayaan maka wajib players semuanya merasa akan kejayaan ini, jangan pinggirkan akibatnya ada yag akan terasa. Sekiranya berlaku, maka agak sukar untuk memantapkan kerja buat organisasi tersebut.

Ayuh, kita kita suburkan budaya merasa dan hindar membudayakan terasa.
Hebat organisasi kita

Terima kasih kepada semua yang menjayakan mesyuarat ini.

Sunday, May 1, 2011

Hari Pekerja @ Hari Buruh ?.. Selamat Menyambutnya

27 Jamadilawal 1432 Hijrah

Hari ini, Ahad 1 Mei Tahun 2011 Hari Cuti di Malaysia . Ia merupakan kali ke-32 cuti umum sempena Hari Pekerja disambut oleh golongan pekerja di Malaysia setelah Allahyarham Tun Dr. Ismail Abdul Rahman, mantan Timbalan Perdana Menteri Malaysia mengumumkan tanggal 1 Mei sebagai hari kelepasan am bagi pekerja di Malaysia.

Tahu kah anda bahawa Hari Pekerja tidak disambut serentak di kebanyakan negara di dunia yang mengiktiraf Pertubuhan Buruh Antarabangsa (International Labour Organization/ILO). Negara yang menyambutnya pada 1 Mei setiap tahun termasuk Malaysia ialah Argentina, Austria, Belgium, Jerman, Norway Itali, Korea Selatan Perancis, Singapura, Sepanyol, Sweden, Thailand, dan Vietnam

Kanada dan Amerika Syarikat menyambutnya pada 2 September; New Zealand (28 Oktober) dan Britain (6 Mei). Jepun, yang mengenalinya sebagai Hari Terima Kasih Pekerja, menyambutnya pada 23 November.

Dulu dikenali senagai Hari Buruh. Apa bezanya antara BURUH dengan PEKERJA ? Sama tak antara LABOUR dengan WORKER ?

Tetapi hari ini saya menyambut Hari Pekerja di rumah dengan menjadi Buruh mencuci kawasan rumah.
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