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Sunday, April 3, 2011
Monday, February 21, 2011
The Road Not Takenby Robert Frost
Two roads diverged in a yellow wood,
And sorry I could not travel both
And be one traveler, long I stood
And looked down one as far as I could
To where it bent in the undergrowth;
Then took the other, just as fair,
And having perhaps the better claim,
Because it was grassy and wanted wear;
Though as for that passing there
Had worn them really about the same,
And both that morning equally lay
In leaves no step had trodden black.
Oh, I kept the first for another day!
Yet knowing how way leads to way,
I doubted if I should ever come back.
Somewhere ages and ages hence:Two roads diverged in a wood, and I -
I took the one less traveled by,
And that has made all the difference.
Many authors had written on the subject of worry in their books, some of them are given as per below:
- Napoleon Hill (1883 – 1970), recognized as the all-time American best selling motivational author, once said: "If you are worried or afraid of anything, there is something in your mental attitude that needs correction. Unless you control worry, one day you will discover that it controls you".
- Jeffrey J. Mayer in this book entitled "Success is a Journey" (1999) wrote that worry is one of the six symptoms of fear. In this case, you feel anxious, you're uneasy, and you are not sure whether you had made the right decision.
- Georgette "Zeta" Galas in her book entitled "How to Break Through Invisible Barriers" (1999), wrote: "When we have a desire and hold on too tight out of fear we may lose it, the end result will surely be anguish. When we know our true selves, worry, doubt and fear will dissolve".
- Linda R. Dominguez in her book entitled "How to Shine at Work" (2003), wrote that part of turning problems into opportunities is to recognize that we always have a choice. We can choose to be angry, we can choose to worry, or we can choose to be thoughtful and respond in a way that moves us forward. It is up to us.
To learn how to conquer worry, the following worry-related rules adapted from "How to Stop Worrying and Start Living", first published by Dale Carnegie in 1944, can be used as evergreen examples.
In the early days, Carnegie made his living by teaching adult classes in night schools in New York. He realised that one of the biggest problems of these adults was worry. He wrote his book by reading what the philosophers of all ages have said about worry. He also read hundreds of biographies, all the way from Confucius to Churchill. According to him, we won't find anything new in his book, but we will find much that is not generally being applied in our daily life.
A businessman in Texas felt bitter for his thirty-four employees did not say "Thank You" to him after receiving a bonus of about $300 each for Christmas.
According to Carnegie, instead of wallowing in resentment and self-pity, that man might have asked himself why he didn't get any appreciation. Maybe he underpaid and overworked his employees. Maybe they considered a Christmas bonus not a gift, but something they had earned. Maybe he was so critical and unapproachable that no one dared or cared to thank him. Maybe they felt that he gave the bonus because most of the profits were going for taxes, anyway.
On the other hand, maybe the employees were selfish, mean, and ill-mannered. Maybe this. Maybe that. According to Carnegie, this man made the human and distressing mistake of expecting gratitude. He just didn't know human nature.
This was a story of a lady following her army husband who was stationed at an Army training camp near Mojave Desert, in California. The husband was ordered out to maneuvers in the desert, and she was left in a tiny shack alone.
The heat was unbearable --- 125 degrees in the shade of a cactus. There was nobody whom she can talk to. The wind blew incessantly, and all the food she ate, and the very air she breathed, were filled with sand, sand, and sand! She wrote to her father, telling him that she was going home as she couldn't stand the situation one minute longer.
Her father answered her letter with just two lines --- the two lines that completely altered her life:
Two men looked out from prison bars,
One saw the mud, the other saw the stars.
Her attitude changed after receiving her father's reply. She would look for the stars. She even wrote a book under the title Bright Ramparts ...she had looked out of her self-created prison and found the stars.
This was an insurance man's interesting story. When he first started selling insurance, he was filled with a boundless enthusiasm and love for his work. Then something happened. He became so discouraged that he despised his work and thought of giving it up. Then on one Saturday morning, he sat down and tried to get at the root of his worries. He began asking himself following questions:
He was not getting high enough returns for the staggering amount of telephone calls that he made.
He did pretty well at selling a prospect, until the moment came for closing a sale. Then the customer would say, "Well, I'll think it over, Mister. Come and see me again". The time wasted on these follow-up calls that was causing his depression.
He checked his record book for the last twelve (12) months and studied the figures carefully. He made an astounding discovery! He discovered that 70% of his sales had been closed at the very first interview! Another 23% of his sales had been closed on the second interview. And another 7% had been closed on those third, fourth, fifth, etc., interviews. He came to the conclusion that he was wasting fully one half of his working day on a part of his business which was responsible for only seven per cent of his sales!
He made a quick decision that he would immediately cut all visits beyond the second interview, and spent the extra time building up new prospects.
As stated by Bob Adams in his book entitled "The Everything Time Management Book" (2001): "Don't worry about things that are beyond your control. Let go. Unnecessary worry only creates unnecessary anxiety. He also added: "Constant worry leads to complications in life. Talk it out and make yourself believe that worry will not help anything; it will only harm. The fewer worries you have, the simpler life will seem".
We have to believe that part of turning problems into opportunities is to recognize that in anything that we do, we always have a choice. We can choose to be ungrateful, we can choose to worry, or we can choose to be thoughtful and respond positively in a way that moves us forward. It is up to us.
We do not have to go to Harvard to learn that we should worry less about what others think, say and do.
(Source: Artikel iluvislam.com)
Sunday, February 20, 2011
Betul3!!! Aku memang de perasaan macam dalam lagu ni…so lagu ni mengingatkan kita kepada firman Allah,
Katakanlah : "Hai hamba-hamba-Ku yang melampaui batas terhadap mereka sendiri, janganlah kamu berputus asa dari rahmat Allah. Sesungguhnya Allah mengampuni dosa-dosa semuanya. Sesungguhnya Dia-lah yang Maha Pengampun lagi Maha Penyayang"
(QS Az Zumar : 53)
Tuesday, January 25, 2011
Saturday, August 28, 2010
…selagi ada rindu…
…biar beribu batu…
…ingin aku bertemu…luu~
…ngah layan lagu ni masa mengarang post kali nih…aku ngah usha3 gambar3 masa3 kat3 ict dulu3…buat aku terkenang dan terfikir…ku rasa…banyak juga masa2 tuh…yang masa suma orang tersenyum riang dan gembira…tapi aku tak…~
…ada masa2 yang patut nya aku juga tersenyum riang dan enjoying the times…but aku tak…waktu2 hati rasa pedih, sedih, pilu dan sayu…tak tersenyum…kalau senyum pun, nampak tak gembira…~
…waktu2 yang meletihkan diri…waktu2 yang mengecewakan…waktu2 yang buat aku fikir, apa yang aku harapkan sebenarnya…tapi itulah yang berlaku…dan aku kehilangan senyuman yang tak dapat lagi aku buat untuk waktu2 macam tu…sebab memang tak boleh nak ulang kan…ruginya aku…~
…memang rugi…banyak benda aku nak wat…banyak sebab aku nak senyum…tapi mengapa banyak aku tak leh buat…mengapa ada sebab untuk aku tak senyum…~
…tapi aku boleh lupa suma tu…suma yang tak gembira tu…sebab kekadang suma tu wat aku tersenyum sekarang…buat aku tergelak sorang3…tapi, masih ada rasa rugi…~
…perasaan kecewa tu…aku tak nak rasa lagi dah…dan tak nak ada orang len rasa camtu gak…bila ada orang rasa, aku pulak akan rasa, apa yang teruk sangat bagi aku, ada yang rasa lagi teruk…~
…tapi, mungkin sebenarnya sama2 rasa…sama saja…sebab ketakdiran yang selalu dianggap kebetulan…tak sedar, tapi sebenarnya mengakui juga dalam hati, itulah suratan…~
…aku bukan nak sampaikan rasa sedih, walaupun pada mulanya memang disebabkan oleh rasa sedih…kerana hati juga tenang kerananya…bahawa pengorbanan yang dibuat tak pernah untuk rasa berbaloi…tapi kerana kasih dan sayang…:)~
…tiba3 bunyi gitar…teneneneneng…”Jaadu…teri nazar…khushboo…tera badan…tu hakal yanakar…tuhakal yanakar…tuhai meeeeri _ _ _ _ _ ;P”
“…selepas kesusahan ada kesenangan…”
p/s: mesej p/s pagi tadi wat aku terharu…;P
Sunday, August 1, 2010
…indah seperti biasa…tidur yang lena terhenti di sana…lululu~
ha, sapa tau sapa tau lagu pe? hee
erm…Balik Pulau…Taman Bandar Baru Air Putih…hijau…biru…dan merah…=.= ckit hari lagi bakal terlipat dalam memori…huhu…so, pagi itu, dengan sembangatnya teringin melihat matahari terbit di cni…maybe yg terakhir kalinya kan…huhuhuhuhu…erk, zooooooommmmm!
hoho…x nampak…=.= oleh sebab balik pulau ni dikelilingi dengan gunung ganang bukit bukau maka x dapat lah nampak the sunrise clearly…but it’s just okay ^_~ kalau nak tgk matahari terbenam maybe boleh la tgk kat Pulau Betong nun…hehe
pastuh xkan g tgk matahari ja…exercise la ckit kan…maka berefleksologi ckit!!!
berjalan-jalan bersiar-siar menikmati kenyamanan pagi yang tidak mungkin bisa dialami oleh mereka yang BANGUN LAMBAT!!! ekeke…jalan punya jalan punya jalan…tba2 nampak pelangi…twink3!!! x sgka lak…xde lam plan, tp mmg dah lama aku nak tgk yg pepagi nyer version…
nampak ckit ja…haha…aku try nak tgk lebeh dekat…tapi makin dekat makin hilang…lagi dekat lagi hilang…huhu…cam kena ja…hehe ;P
jap…asal cam pelik ja gaya penulisan kali nih…cam jiwang karat jah dgn pelangi segala!!! haish…wekkkkk3
ok…pastuh rsa nak mkn nasi lemak…g la kat depan lotus tuh…and, x sgka Kak Diya yg jaga plak…igt dia jaga rumah ja…ekeke
dah…xtau nak tulis pa…tapi hari itu bukan berakhir dgn nasi lemak tersebut sahaja…jeng3, to be continued…;P
-xbesh ah…x sedap nak taip…pasai pa tau!!!??
-haha…2 la, len kali taip bila masih panas3…ekeke